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    My journey to apply for the Texas A&M University Dental Hygiene program has been an adventure but I know I found my calling. When it came to choosing a career path, I knew that working with people to improve their health and lives was where I am meant to be. The connection between dental health and overall well-being is vital and I cannot wait to continue on my career journey. From a young age, I knew that the medical, dental, science fields interested me but I was never sure how to or even if…

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    Dentist Career Paper

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    Before attending dental school, a bachelor's degree is needed. A doctoral degree in dental medicine or dental surgery is what you will need to fully become a dentist ("What Does a Dentist Do?" The Balance). Some dental specializations require completion of a residency in addition to school. You also have to be licensed to practice in any state.…

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    career in dentistry. I have always had a strong desire to be in a profession that would grant me the opportunity to apply my scientific knowledge towards better treatment of my patients as well as improve the quality of life of those in my care; dental hygiene offers that perfect blend. With the constant advancements in treatment and patient care, along with endless opportunities for further study and specialization, I believe that dentistry would provide me with a stable and captivating…

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    insights about why and how he chose the dental profession, what skills are most useful, the advice he would give to students who are pursuing in the dental field and what goals he has yet to achieve in the near future. We also discussed his education, his plans on the dental industry’s current and future challenges, and what areas he feels that need improvements and his plans to improve. Thought the years as Dr. Castellano was growing up he had plenty of dental work done as a child. He was…

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    I currently work as an Executive Assistant and Human Resources Manager at a dental office Northern Nevada. It is a family owned practice and consists of sixty employees, including nine dentists and twelve hygienists. The practice was started by our owners’ father and then was bought in the early 2000s by our current owners, his sons. The objective of our practice is to treat patients with the highest level of care while using state of the art technology to improve the level of dentistry. Our…

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    May 29th, 2011 was the day my life changed forever. I had just turned 20 years old and was enrolled in college to be a dental hygienist. I had a funny feeling that something within me was very different; my friends told me not to worry about it, that it was nothing. I took the test anyways and stared at it in disbelief that the results were what I dreaded, positive. I quickly took another test in hopes that the first was faulty, and to no avail, it too had come out positive. I was pregnant. I…

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    young adult, I still do. I like interacting with all the nice ladies called dental assistants. I already knew that dental assistants help out the dentist by preparing the patient and keeping up with their records but I would like to learn more. I would like to know how they break down and clean the equipment, do they deal with children or adults more. I also want to know what school I would have to attend to become the dental assistant of my dreams. By using books, MS choices, the Internet, and…

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    Dental Hygiene: A Career

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    Dental Hygiene Choosing a career can be very difficult, especially when many are doing so at such a young age. When I first started looking into becoming a dental hygienist, it was really something I had never thought I would consider. I knew I wanted to be around people and be able to help them. This led me to going into the healthcare field. From there I leaned more towards becoming a nurse, which I decided after a little experience, was not for me. I still wanted to be able to help people and…

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    Dental Assistant Dental Assistant, a professional who cleans teeth, fills teeth, gives x-rays on teeth, assist the dentist, and cleans dental tools, is a career I wish to pursue because I find teeth interesting, I would be financially stable, and I would enjoy my job. I have been interested in this career since I was a little girl. I went to the dentist to get my teeth cleaned; they were all very friendly and looked happy. I have noticed a lot of people don’t like their jobs, and they don’t…

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    breakthrough discoveries in recent years when it comes to oral health. Many of those breakthroughs have shown new reasons why the health of children's primary teeth is just as important as the health of permanent teeth. If you let your child slack off on dental care, the you have a new reason to make sure they brush and floss every day and keep their smiles cavity-free, even while they still have their temporary, “baby” teeth. Local Anesthetic May Affect Development of Adult Teeth It has…

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