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.
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.
The career that fascinates me and what I plan to be when Im older, is a Dental Hygienist. A dental hygienist is a stressful job, but it helps a lot of people. You are helping people get better teeth and even look better, because when people have straight pretty teeth, they seem to have an upgrade in their looks. I haven’t always wanted to be a dental hygienist, I had many other career choices. But, something about making people smile when I’m the reason they look good doing it makes me happy.
The University of Michigan 's Dental Hygiene program is one that can grant me numerous and life-changing opportunities that I cannot attain at any other university. Their Dental hygiene program is the best of the best, providing me with the education and training necessary to become the most efficient dental hygienist I can be. The Dental Hygiene degree program, unlike any other, offers students an extensive variety of patient experiences, such as hands-on experiences in the clinic. The University of Michigan has millions of patient visits every year. Not only are you gaining additional knowledge and experiences as a student, you 're trained by and working side by side with dentists and dental hygiene faculty in the clinic who, in turn, are
Candace has been practicing as a dental hygienist since graduating from UAA in 1990. A National Dental Society member, local state Dental Hygiene society member, and lifelong resident of Alaska, Candace enjoys many outdoor activities such as hiking and skiing in her spare time.
Dental Hygienist can obtain their training from academic programs such as community colleges, technical colleges, and dental schools or universities. A community college program commonly takes about two years to complete, which is an associate degree. Dental hygienist candidates are required to at least have an associate’s degree. With an associate’s degree make licensure examination can be made, or become licensed to work at a dental office. Dental hygienist with a bachelor’s degree will stand out more than the others, due how uncommon it is of having one. A master’s degree should be obtained, by those who have a desire of going into fields of teaching or research. Bachelor and master degrees
Today, the position of a dental hygienist requires a person to polish and give advice about teeth and face certain type of issues regarding technology changes in various tools as well due to the problems of acquiring, upgrading, and sharing of these tools. The role of a dental hygienist is to take x-rays, clean teeth all while under the supervision of a dentist. As a dental hygienist one must attend at least two years of college. During the two years of college a hygienist is required to take a math, biology, English, and chemistry classes. When all the core classes are out of the way, the hands on learning done in the classroom make it easy to fall in love with this career choice. Taking a science class helps students understand how food and
Dental Assistants can help change a person’s life in many ways. Dental assistants provide their patients a way to stay healthy within oral activities while also providing general happiness to a patient. Assistants work hand in hand with a dental hygienist observing, supporting, and caring for the patients need, whenever they need them. They work with tools, sit and stand long periods per day, and work in one of the dirtiest places on the human body, the mouth (Summary). Dental Assistants practice safety measures, just like any other doctor would, to assure the safety of themselves, along with the safety of their patients and organs that are being worked on from infectious diseases. They wear goggles, gloves,
I prepared for my interview by researching questions that would really be essential to my essay. I chose questions that would be easy for her to answer and questions that could be incorporated into my essay. I also asked questions that would be fun for her to answer and that could help influence my decision on the career.
For some jobs you would need teamwork skills to get your tasks done in time. In my placement at Vellore Woods Density most of the time we need to use teamwork skills because we are handling with people’s teeth and need to communicate with each other on what we need such as equipment’s. Patients are sometimes hard to keep them calm when they are all worked up or simply really nervous. We would try to reassure them, and tell them things would work out well. I learned a trick from my co-workers that if you keep calm, the patients will keep calm as well. They will also distract them by having mini conversations or have a conversation with each other (dentist and assistant) when the patients is going through surgery. This makes the patient be focused on the conversation then what’s going on with the
When you are young, you are asked: "what do you want to be when you grow up?" Most children would reply by saying a superhero, a professional basketball player, a model, etc. My response was always, someone who can make a difference in an individual's life. Finding out how I was going to do that exactly was challenging until I reached my junior year in high school. 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