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JCR. 2020; 7(14): 736-737


CODE OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT AMONG DENTAL STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS

Smitha S. Shetty, Vignesh Kamath, Swapna B V.

Abstract
Dentistry like any other health care profession is abide by principles of ethics. The ethical principles helps to establish expectations for the dentists to practice their profession with code of professional conduct and also aid in their current skill and knowledge. This review focuses on the current knowledge and application of ethics by dental students and professionals in the present modern world.

Key words: Ethics; Code of conduct; Dentistry



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