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    typical workday for a dental hygienist.Dental hygienist work in a variety of healthcare locations that include public health clinics, private clinics, dental offices, schools, hospitals and long term health facilities etc...There are so many options for a dental hygienist to choose where they would like to work. Dental hygienists typically see around 8-10 patients a day, and are crucial to keeping dental practices operating smoothly. (“According to The Canadian Academy of Dental Health &…

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    children in preventive, restorative and emergency dental treatments. These treatments include education, fillings, crowns, prosthetics, sealants, fluoride adjustments and treatments, and radiography. During my clinical rotation with Dr. Campbell’s office, I was able to assist with sealants and several restorative procedures involving some wonderful children. Additionally, I was able to preview of the role of a Dental Hygienist. In this practice, the dental hygienist’s role was pivotal and in…

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    The dental hygienist has become one of the 30 fastest growing occupations, and with the growing population and increase in the elderly, the need for dental hygienists has become much greater. In a typical dentists office the dental hygienist would have many responsibilities, such as teaching clients how important it is to maintain good oral hygiene and instructing them on the principles of preventive oral care. They would also help demonstrate to the patient how to brush and floss their teeth…

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    into the dental hygiene career from the moment I made my first visit to the dentist. It started with the fascination I had for the tools used on the patients. Then, as I learn more about the importance of oral hygiene, and how it relates to one’s overall health, I grew more interest in the dental hygiene career because I know I can make a great impact in the community as a dental hygienist. So far, I have been maintaining my academic record in good standing and shadowing a dental hygienist to…

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    would you contribute to the health of society by becoming a licensed dental hygienist? In life, I would love to see everyone’s smile. I feel pitiful for someone whom is embarrassed about his or her smile, so I want to help everyone can achieve a beautiful smile and healthy tooth. I have been interested in teeth and health care, that’s why I chose dental hygiene as my career. Based on my work experiences at the dental office, dental hygiene is a challenging career that offers team work and…

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    For the interview group project, I chose to interview a Dental hygienist, Dentist, Dental Assistant and office administrator that works for the Union. When I asked them if they could participant in my interview I informed them that I would like to voice record them and if that would be okay with them. The Dental Assistant was a little hesitant at first because she said she was nervous, I told her I didn’t have to record her if that was the problem. I made sure to ask them if they wanted to have…

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    do with your life?”; the question everyone has been asked at least a million times in their teenage years. To be honest, I don’t know what I’m going to do with my life but all I know is that my goal is to go to a community college to become a Dental Hygienist. Dentistry has changed my life and all I want to do is to help others feel the same way as I do. The confidence, to be able to look at a picture with me smiling, knowing that I don’t have to hide behind my hand, my sleeve, or whatever…

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    The repair of dental caries is one of the most frequent procedures performed in the dental office. Even patients that regularly visit the dentist and receive routine cleanings are likely at some point to require a repair of dental caries or fillings. It is estimated that caries affect 60 to 90% of school children, the majority of adults, and their repair occupies most of a dentist’s time.1, 2 The management of caries is relatively standardized across dental offices. It involves making an…

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    I became interested in becoming a dental hygienist from a very young age. In the last year, I had applied to the dental hygiene program at UMB to dream my career. Finally, my dream began to come true, and I actually advanced to the interview process at UMB. However, my dream was stopped at the interview step. I got discouraged myself, but I thought differently and started to think what self-development and improvement are needed for my career. During the interview, all the candidates have a lot…

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    like to start off by saying, thank you for taking the time to consider me for the full-time Dental Hygiene position at your east office. Your consideration and time is greatly appreciated. Attached, you will find a copy of my official cover letter, resume, and professional references. I wanted to utilize this area to include a short description of myself. I am a recent graduate of the highly accredited Dental Hygiene Program at Wichita State University (Go Shocks!!). I graduated with Magna…

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