Dentistry

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  • A Career In Dentistry

    If nothing else, I have embraced the courage of my convictions. Although I have been influenced by family and friends to reconsider decisions that I have made, I feel strongly that my dream and passion will be realized in the U.S.A. In 2014, I told my family about my plans of moving to the United States to pursue my career in dentistry. Thankfully, my mother and sister decided to join me on this exciting journey. I did not heed negative attitudes or suggestions of disapproval. I was firm in my decision of following my passion of becoming a dentist in America. My story begins in 2011 in Cuba when I decided to take a leave of absence from the Professional Art School and pursue a career in dentistry. Although I spent nine years studying to be…

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  • Essay On Dentistry

    From middle school to high school I felt constantly pressured to figure out what I “wanted to do with my life” and now that I am in college it is time I start deciding what career I want to pursue. However, I am stuck between two careers that both interest me in different ways. On one hand I’d like to work in the dentistry field, more specifically pediatrics, and my other choice is Marine biology. Dentistry has always intrigued my but it wasn’t until I got the opportunity to intern at a local…

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  • Prosthetic Dentistry

    Searchin for the prosthetic dentistry in Coral Gables With the innovations in the prosthetic dentistry has revived the millions of the smiles, which were once lost. This dental speciality has not only revived the smiles, but has make them confident enough to flaunt in front of the world. This dentistry is a part of dental surgeries, which focuses the dental prostheses. The branch belongs to a group of nine specializations, which are recognized by the ADA (American Dental Association) with other…

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  • Passion For Dentistry

    Ever since I was in third grade I have always had a passion for dentistry. I love going to the dentist and have always thought becoming a dentist would be ideal for me. I have recently job shadowed my dentist. While job shadowing, I gained an abundance of knowledge by watching and questioning. He has been very helpful in my decision to pursue dentistry. In my sophomore year I also found a new passion for chemistry; I could apply this newfound passion to dentistry. My love for chemistry began my…

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  • Dentistry: Personal Statement

    I started to volunteer at the Allan Saxe Dental clinic to learn more about the field of dentistry. Soon after my first time volunteering, I gave dentistry a realistic thought and began volunteering at the clinic frequently thereafter. I began developing an interest and curiosity in the intricacies of dentistry similar to what I had with the natural sciences. A particular aspect of dentistry that caught my attention was the hands-on approach taken to treat patients which many other health…

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  • Why Attend Dentistry

    There are a variety of reasons as to why I wish to attend Meharry Medical College School of Dentistry. One of the most influential aspects of the college’s overall appeal is the fact that it endeavors to attain the goal of providing healthcare services to individuals in the community that would otherwise not be able to afford appropriate services. The college stresses the importance of becoming a caring and productive citizen in order to make a difference in the lives of those who are less…

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  • Dentistry Research Paper

    Occupation Description Dentistry involves being able to perform the procedures, diagnose problems, and also being able to communicate with the patients. Dr. Schoening says that her schooling really helped her become confident in performing procedures on her patients. She also says that she sometimes has to rely on other specialist’s help if she does not know an answer to something. “A dentist must be able to read and understand radiographs, look at a lesions or problems in a person’s mouth,…

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  • Evidence Based Dentistry

    (1). To overcome these problems, the implementation of evidence based dentistry provides a platform in enhancing the skills needed in a competent dental practice environment.…

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  • Cosmetic Dentistry Essay

    Cosmetic dentistry has become quite popular among people suffering from dental problems. Initially, the cosmetic dentistry trend was started by the celebrities, but slowly it has started to get popularity among the general population as well. It combines different techniques to correct the structure and overall appearance of the teeth. Various problems like irregularity, gaps between the teeth, fixing uneven teeth, replacing damaged teeth can be fixed with dentistry. Minor face lifts in order to…

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  • Comparison Of Dentistry And Chirlotry

    Two fields I am very interested in are chiropractic and dentistry. Chiropractors help patients by treating them using the neuromusculoskeletal system. This means that they can treat patients by using their bones, muscles, nerves, tendons, and even ligaments. Chiropractors use manipulation of these to help treat their patients pain. The main goal of goal of chiropractors is to reduce pain and to lower the resistance of disease by keeping the patients body in alignment. Chiropractors have many…

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