There are many different career paths and so many jobs for people to choose. Different people are made special for different jobs. I however have chosen to become a Dental Hygienist. I feel this career is the best choice for me. I think good dental hygiene is very important and I take pride in keeping my teeth clean and healthy. Helping others to have clean teeth and dental hygiene is very important and a goal of mine. I feel this job as a dental hygienist will provide me with a rewarding hands-on job and interaction with many people and possibly new friendships with patients, it’s always good to have them feel comfortable around you and look forward to coming back.
To understand just how important and needed dentistry and dental hygienist are, being to be able to see how it all works helps immensely. Just knowing how much work has to go into it so that it is possible to give it the correct amount of respect that it deserves, instead of just knowing what it is and thinking of it as a day-to-day job anyone can do. I wrote my essay so that everyone could be able to see the value and just how important the business of dentistry is so that people could tell just how each person in this field who has a separate job title is like a gear that helps keep everything going.
My top four priorities for work are stability/ reliability, balance, money, and passionate. I would need a stable/ reliable job so I wouldn’t have to worried about losing my job. A deal breaker would be a lack of financial stability because I need to be able to pay my bills and then still have money left over to leisurely spend or for emergencies. Some of the character strengths that I felt accurately described me are gratitude, humor, and curiosity. Humor describes me the most because I like joking around and making others around me laugh.
Nature of work Tasks that a dental hygienists does are: clean/polish teeth, remove tartar, stains and plaque, take x-rays, explain oral hygiene on model teeth, apply cavity-preventative agents, etc. According to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Other tasks hygienists may perform vary by State. In some States, hygienists are allowed to administer anesthetics, while in others they administer local anesthetics using syringes.
Dentists will diagnose and treat problems that occur in the mouths, teeth, and gums of the patients they oversee. Some of these treatments include filling cavities, removing decay from teeth, straightening teeth, place sealants, give whitening treatments, write prescriptions, examine x-rays, and administer anesthetics during procedures. They also counsel each individual on how to maintain good oral hygiene and base their diet around their teeth. Some dentists may also make models and take measurements of oral appliances such as dentures and retainers. To become a dentist, you must obtain a Bachelor's degree and then enter a dental school. Admission to dental school can be very competitive so they administer a test during their junior year of
It has been a long journey coming to a resolution for what I want to do with my professional life but finally, I have come to a decision. Dental hygienists are oral health professionals who are licensed in dental hygiene to provide educational, examination, medical, organizational and beneficial services for the sack of health for patients. The main reason I am interested in dental hygiene is, my whole life I’ve been interested in a profession in the health care division.
A dental assistant is a person who does what their job description implies. They “assist” the dentist in many procedures. Their duties are to take radiographs, assist in restorations, as well as dental extractions. These are just a few of the many responsibilities that a dental assistant entails. An assistant must be fully educated in all procedures that a dentist performs in order to efficiently assist.
The career field that I have chosen to go into is the medical field. In the medical field I would like to become a dental hygienist. The background that I have on dental hygienist is that you exam gums, clean teeth, and teach about oral care. The research that I have already done on this profession is a dental hygienist annual salary and required hour of work. Some more research I utilized is how many years of college are needed, what you do while at work, and if you work by yourself or who you work with.
A dental assistant is defined as a health professional who works closely with and under the supervision of a dentist. They assist the dentist during certain procedures as well as meet with patients. A couple of other job duties they preform are preparing the room for the patient, sterilizing and disinfecting equipment, and providing and laying out instruments for the patient’s procedure. Almost all dental assistants work in Dentist’s offices. Other jobs are Pharmacy Technicians, Physical Therapy Assistants and Aides, Surgical Technologists, and Medical Assistants. One of the most important government agencies is the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR). The mission of this agency is to promote general health, by improving
As a freshmen in college, I am supposed to know what career I want to pursue in the future. However, I am having troubles choosing one specific career due to the growing amount of careers we have today. At this moment, I am certain that I want a career that All that I know for sure is that I want to pursue a career that positively impacts another individuals life. For instance, being that person that boosted another individuals’ confidence or teaching/informing an individual something they never learned before. At this moment, I have two careers in mind: a Dental Hygienist or an Elementary School Teacher.
My ambition to study Dental Hygiene and Therapy at University commenced in my teenage years, when I first came to London and visited the dentist. The professional approach coupled with a kind and compassionate nature and all of the different instruments and scientific technology the Dental Hygienist and Therapist used fascinated me.
When we were all younger, most of us had an idea of what we wanted to be when we grew up. Whether it was a firefighter or president, we all had our future planned out. But once we got older and entered high school, plans changed. For me personally, I changed my mind a couple of times before I made a decision about what I wanted to do with my life. I decided that I wanted to go to Parkland College and get my degree in Dental Hygiene. Why dental hygiene? Well, being a dental hygienist is a very stable job. People will always need their teeth to be cleaned and I would be paid well even in the beginning of the job. I wanted a job that would be stress free but also help people at the same time also.
I remember going to the Dental Office to get my regular cleaning and after watching my Dental Hygienist at the time, conduct her regular duties such as cleaning my teeth and educating me on good oral health I was intrigued. At that very moment, I knew that I wanted to help others by becoming a Dental Hygienist. I think that promoting and educating others on good oral health is very important because it
When I first came to University of Bridgeport, I first heard about their dental hygiene program from my advisor, who had positive feedback to say about the program. Yet, he told me how competitive it was, because he wanted to make sure this was going to be the right path for me to pursue and that I could handle the pressure. My grades were not the question matter in this case. I set a pretty good standard for myself to follow to keep my place in the deal list, while aiming to advance myself in the presidential list. The most important thing for me was to make up my mind on what I see myself doing in the future, besides the need for nitpicking career jobs that are saved and guaranteed a satisfying salary. What influenced me to be part of the