“Well, you’re all done.” As I Flicked my tongue across my teeth, an odd satisfying feeling came over me. No more metal, that disgusting, horrifying taste of metal was finally gone. My orthodontist handed me the mirror. I hesitated initially, but as I looked at my reflection, everything around me seemed to light up, not because of my obviously eye-blinding teeth, but because of the confidence that started to ooze out of me. My orthodontist took great pride in his work as I initially displayed my new smile. I was ecstatic because I had crooked teeth and overlapping canines since childhood and was always hesitant to smile even when I wanted to. I will be forever grateful to my orthodontist for giving me a new smile and a new perspective on what will
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.
I have gained work experience within the dental profession and understand the working environment, gaining job satisfaction from helping others. I would like to develop my knowledge within a Dental Practice as a Dental Hygienist and Dental Therapist. I am very responsible, caring and trustworthy which is paramount when working with clients, their personal data and records. I like to be organised and I can work well under pressure which I have shown through previous employment.
I believe that my Christian faith, cultural backgrounds, community service experience, leaderships skills, and creative thinking nature are the perfect match for the Orthodontic and Dentofacial Orthopedics Program. As I proceed with working towards my dream, I am reminded of the blessings that God has given me and how I could impact others with my talents. Sir Winston Churchill once said, “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we
When I was younger I was super self conscious of my teeth and the way they made my smile look. Once I stepped into the Orthodontist office and saw the magic my orthodontist could work on my teeth, I knew that I wanted to do the same for children once I grew up. An orthodontist is someone who specializes in the correction of crooked teeth by using braces. I chose this career because I want to be able to help kids have perfect smiles the way my orthodontist did for me. I think it would be amazing to transform my clients crooked smiles into something beautiful. It is important to understand the education or training requirements, skills or talents needed, salary and benefits offered, and the duties for a particular career when making this decision.
To be able to pursue my dreams to become a orthodontic assistant would be a dream come true. This career makes me happy as a person and is something that I would never get tired of doing. I am very passionate to put smiles on patients faces daily, and seeing them become happier and wanting to smile more. The following qualities that I possess are hardworking, understanding, and willingness to work as a team. Being able to hear what others have to say and their reasoning is important to me, and also
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.
Temporomandibular Joint is a hinge that connects the upper jaw (bone of the skull) and lower jaw (mandible of the jaw) to one another, it is also responsible for the movement of the jaw side to side, forward, and backwards. The temporomandibular joint is comprised of the outside parts of the mandibular fossae of the temporal bone, other ligaments, and parts of the eminences and mandible. This joint is one of the most complex joints in the human body. You can see a lot of the movement of the joint if you open your mouth wide enough. Temporomandibular Joint is usually a result of issues that occur within the jaw, or surrounding muscles in the jaw. No one knows the exact cause of TMJ/TMD it is usually impossible to determine.
Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that corrects teeth and jaws that are positioned improperly. Crooked teeth and teeth that do not fit together correctly are harder to keep clean, are at risk of being lost early due to tooth decay and periodontal disease, and cause extra stress on the chewing muscles that can lead to headaches, TMJ syndrome and neck, shoulder and back pain. Teeth that are crooked or not in the right place can also detract from one 's appearance.
I remember the day. I remember the day I had to get braces. That day, I went to the orthodontist’s office with my parents and the process began. After 3 hours of irritation and pain in my mouth, I walked out of the doctor’s office with braces on my teeth and instructions of what not to eat. Every time I think about that day, I remember my parents. I’m Daniel and I’m one of the few survivors of the flare. The flare was a large solar flare that scorched the Earth and killed almost billions of people. As the condition worsened, the food sources started to thin out. One day, I had to eat gummy bears for breakfast, lunch and dinner. As expected, I spent more time pulling remainders of gummy bears from my mouth than eating it. From that point on, I beckoned on an adventure to find the last orthodontist who could help me take off my braces.
The field of orthodontics is slightly different from general dentistry. While you don’t visit the orthodontist for teeth cleanings or to get your cavities filled, visiting an orthodontist can be a key part of achieving great oral health and the confident smile you’re looking for. At Rad Orthodontics in Potomac, MD, they assist both child and adult patients looking to improve their smile. Here are three signs you need an orthodontist from the braces pros at Rad Orthodontics:
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Since its inception, the general and family dentistry professionals at Family First Dentistry of Anchorage have been committed to continuously setting themselves apart from any other general or family dentistry group in the region. Part of what makes them unique is the familial atmosphere of their office and their genuine commitment to providing their patients with a dental experience that goes above and beyond the usual trip to the dentist. Today, the dentistry wants the public to learn about the five committed dental professionals that make up Family First Dentistry.
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.
Kellen Tadano DDS, PC is a dental practice that is located in Carlsbad, California. Kellen Tadano DDS, PC specializes in family dentistry and cosmetic dentistry. This dental practice delivers a full spectrum of comprehensive dental care including dental exams and cleanings and restorative dentistry. Kellen Tadano DDS, PC provides dental implants, veneers, teeth whitening, and Invisalign. Their dentist, Dr. Kellen Tadano has been practicing dentistry in the North County since 1999. Dr. Kellen Tadano strives to educate her patients for them to make informed decisions and achieve the optimal dental health. Kellen Tadano DDS, PC is changing lives one smile at a time. Their patients can feel at home in their dental office. Kellen Tadano DDS, PC