Wisdom Teeth

Discussion in 'Military Academy - USMA' started by Jayhawk2325, Jul 28, 2011.

  1. Jayhawk2325

    Jayhawk2325 Jayhawk2325

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    During my medical history, I listed that I would be getting my wisdom teeth removed at the end of this month. I already had all of my exams and have been deemed qualified. I had the actual surgery two day ago so do I still need to notify dodmerb that it took place?
     
  2. Stopper8293

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    I would definitely follow up with DoDMERB and let them know that the procedure took place and your wisdom teeth are officially no longer a part of you. They will make a note of it, and this will ensure that you will never have to address DoDMERB with such a topic again.

    By the way, did you say that DoDMERB deemed you as "medically qualified?" If so, that is pretty impressive because supposedly it takes weeks and weeks for DoDMERB to get results back to a service academy/ROTC applicant.
     
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    Yep I got a letter a couple days ago saying that I was medically qualified for USNA and USMA and it also had directions for various things as well.
     
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    Oh wow. Good for you. When did you complete your exams?
     
  5. Jayhawk2325

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    About 2 and a half weeks ago. Luckily I got the information from Concorde early so I was able to get everything done pretty quickly. Now the waiting game for nominations begins.
     

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