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Sarah247 views

How saturated is the cosmetic dentistry field?

Do a lot of people work in the cosmetic dentistry field?

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Nathaly511 views

In your opinion, how difficult is it for recent graduates of a college or job training program to get hired for a dentist job in the region of Salinas?

I'm currently in the Job Corps program, and I wanted more information on the career I want to peruse.

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Robyn 858 views

What is the typical day like in the career of being a dentist?

I want to become a dentist because i like being involved in things that require you to be hands on. I also know there are different types of dentists and i want to know how you came to the conclusion of which one you wanted to be. #dentistry #dental-hygiene #dental-assistant #cosmetic-dentistry

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Nancy1289 views

Curious about Dental Hygiene and Dentistry.

I am a senior in high school and I'm close to applying to schools. But I want to become a dentist in the long run. but as of now that isn't until i finish my pre reqs to get into a dental school. So what I'm hoping for is that, wouldn't it be better if i went in for a dental hygiene major/ program got my AS and BS (I'm aiming for a BS so i can get the degree and the pre reqs for dental school) and started working after i graduate and then apply to dental school. AND before even that happens, where do I start? What school should I go to, which schools have a dental program or major that i can go straight into? What schools did you go into and how was the process? would it be better if i got the pre reqs before going into a dental hygiene program too? #medicine #dentistry #dentist #dental-hygienist #dental #family-dentistry #dental-practice #cosmetic-dentistry

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Adenike5276 views

Hi, I want to be an Orthodontist but I want to first start with being a dental hygienist and move my way on up to be a orthodontist.

I have graduated from high school and will be attending a 2- year college but my plan is to be there for a year and might have to do some summer classes I believe and go to a four year college. I just want to know is this good route that I have planned for myself ? I'm also trying to find an internship that I can apply to get more knowledge of this profession. #dentistry #dentist #dental-hygienist #dental #orthodontist #dental-practice #cosmetic-dentistry

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Adenike1033 views

I want to be a dental hygenist and how many years will that be? Also after I achieved that I wanted to be an orthodontist so how long will that take?

I'm want to pursue both of those things not very fast though. #dentistry #orthodontist #cosmetic-dentistry

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Adenike1036 views

I'm planning on being a dental hygenist and I'm about to gradaduate from highschool but for right now I'm not going to a 4 year college just a 2 year college but I will be there for a year. I just wanted to know what classes I should take while I'm there

I'm heading into the dental field. I also do want to be a cosmetic dentist Also I live in Maryland #dentistry #dentist #cosmetic-dentistry

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Jennifer2195 views

Another question for dentists: would you say that it is an absolute MUST for one to be an extrovert in order to be a dentist?

Hello! My name is Jennifer, and I am a pre-dental student at Virginia Commonwealth University. I was wondering if any dentists out there would say that it is an absolute MUST for one to be an extrovert in order to be a dentist. A little bit about myself... For the majority of my life, I have been what most would consider extroverted. Most of my friends would tell you that I am a very outgoing, social, and personable individual. I do well in social/group settings because it's easy for me to meet new people and hold conversations. However, as I've grown older, I've learned a lot about myself and realized that the way I like to spend my free time has really changed. Whereas the "younger" me would prefer to meet with large groups of people and talk all day and night, the 23-year-old me prefers to be alone and relax by reading a book or watching television. In other words, socializing can sometimes be exhausting and deplete me of my energy. Being alone has the opposite effect now; I recharge and regain my energy when I am alone. So I guess you could say that I have become more introverted over the years. But having that said, I still thrive in social settings. I just prefer to be alone most of the time. I am asking this question because as a dentist, you interact with your employees and patients all day, and then when you come home, you interact with your family. To even have these interactions is a blessing because without the support of employees, patients, and family, you wouldn't be able to do what you do! But my concern is that if I know that I am the kind of person that needs my "me" time, is dentistry not the field for me? Or do you somehow make that time for yourself? Will I just end up miserable and tired? Thank you so much for your time. #dentistry #dentist #dental #family-dentistry #dental-practice #cosmetic-dentistry

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jayaprasad yadav1668 views

How can I become a famous doctor?

I want become a doctor #dentistry #dentist #family-dentistry #pediatric-dentistry #dental-school #dental-practice #cosmetic-dentistry #pre-dental

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