During this time, I happened to meet a friend who was doing dentistry abroad after finishing her post graduation in India. She told me about her learning experience there and the amount of exposure she had attained. Although I was very excited about the idea of applying to a post graduate programme in India, the encounter with my friend and researching about programs abroad made me realize that if I wanted to grow in dentistry I need to have access to the best education and cutting edge technology. As I take this step forward I'm reminded of my grandfather's words "Man's greatest gift from god is the ability to acquire knowledge and use it to shape his talents and with it serve people. There lies his greatest Vocation. "
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Due to my compassionate and caring nature, I have participated in various activities these few years. I, together with my friends in school organized a carnival to raise funds for the needy. I also participated in a blood donation scheme and visited the old folks home. These experienced confirmed my calling and my passion for dentistry and I am sure that this will motivate me to strive the next goal in my journey of education. I am a very disciplined individual.
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.
Introduction For this assignment I decided to interview a friend, and find out all I could about the profession of being a dental hygienist. Marissa Crouch is new to the medical world and loves her job very much. In the interview we discussed; why she chose to become a dental hygienist, what schooling she went through, how she and her coworkers see the health care field changing, and how she uses health promotion in her job setting. Marissa helped me to learn a lot about her chosen profession and what to expect if I wanted to become a dental hygienist myself one day. Deciding on a Profession Marissa Crouch was deciding between two different careers both in the health care world.
I always enjoyed partaking in church’s mission programs like Swanthnam (a day with old age people), or taking care of sick people. At these missions I got to know more about Dr. Sunil Cherian, a member of the church and who is also an enthusiast in church’s activities. In my high school days, I got to take part in one of the dental camps conducted by him for Down syndrome kids. I was captivated by the way he approached kids. He was so compassionate with them that even the stubborn kids showed him their mouth.
Though I come from a small-town of India with minimal resources, my passion for dentistry has taken me too far reaching places, serving people of many backgrounds. Throughout my dental career, I have been fortunate to have a variety of experience. First, I worked as a practitioner in private and public health practice along with research work. After moving to the United States, I continued shadowing and volunteer work in the dental field. I define myself as a hard worker, careful planner and self-motivated individual with a goal of continuing long-term practice and research work I wanted to be a dentist since I was in 8th grade because this was the year my sister had her first visit to the dentist.
My immediate professional goal is to learn the American standard in dentistry. As a foreign dentist in United States, I need to accompany the development in dentistry here in the U.S., studying in a dental school that I respect and keep being updated in the field that I enjoy. My long-term professional goal is to be part of the development in dentistry in the U.S., Studying for a specialty program in periodontics which Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicineprovides, ultimately reaching higher positions in the dental school as they are available and research implants as new dental opportunity to move the field to a higher success
Basically, Long Island Emergency Dental Pros offer services such as counseling, after hours treatment, dental check-up and so much more. We believe that the dignity of an individual lies in their dentition. All our personnel are prompt to give a firsthand relief to any dental ailment. Long Island Emergency Dental Pros has been honored by various establishments based on their professionalism and work ethics. It is important to mention that a visit to the clinic can help to throw more light on subjects which you may need greater clarity.
As a dental assistant I have helped many get dental help and I have taught them how to defend themselves. By completing my education I would love to help the Spanish speaking community receive better treatment at hospitals and dental facilities.
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.
Morehouse School of Medicine is an appealing option for pursuing my medical education. When reading Morehouse’s mission statement, improving the health and well-being of individuals and communities grasped my attention. My clinical experiences revolve around communities that are underserved, and sharing the same mission as Morehouse is key to becoming the physician I aspire to be. One of the things that stood out to me about Morehouse is the student run Good Samaritan Health Center. I am very interested about being involved with God Samaritan, because it is akin to the Siloam Family Health Center that I volunteer at, and it is an embodiment of Morehouse’s mission.
I am thankful for my experience as an STNA and Restorative Aide at Darby Glenn in addition to my time at UD. Each has inspired my love for nursing and has influenced me to set new personal and professional goals. I ask for your consideration for admission into your program, which will facilitate my goal of becoming an Adult Gerontology Primary Care or Family Nurse Practitioner. I look forward to not only embarking on this new journey but also joining my mother and brother as a Buckeye