Having a medical background in family, my magnetism towards health profession was obvious. Since upbringing days, I have perceived health care wholeheartedly and I feel amazed how it helps patients to cure their problems. Two questions always baffled me - Why do people get into health problems and what is the best way to keep human lives happy? A truly desire to intricate artistic work in order to widen horizons of the field prospects is one of the essential characteristic of Dentistry and I have been encouraging to craft some creative art pieces with own hands ever since I was a child. Discussing with family, I could conclude that one of the best way to please people is to make them smile and as a result, my desire to pursue Dentistry makes sense to me. I am a young dynamic gentleman born and raised in India. I pursued ‘Bachelor of Dental Surgery’ from M.P. Dental College located in Vadodara, India. During college, my interest continued to grow as I engaged deeply in subject knowledge. Active participation in survey projects, research, conferences, seminars and group discussions remarkably fostered my professional skills. During a two day workshop on ‘Oral Health Care and HIV/AIDS’ held at our college , I met Dr. Jeffery Hill, an instructor in the department of Comprehensive Dentistry at the University of Alabama. He provided great insight into health education in the USA. That day I fully realized the value of obtaining U.S. dental school education. As a part of coursework, I had the privilege of serving in an internship position for one year. While serving as an intern in college, I worked at numerous free dental camps for rural population, among different cultures and languages, in which, I realized the potentially holistic approach to serve society in order to improve their oral hygiene. Acknowledging detrimental effects of smoking and chewing tobacco with the intention of inducing patients to maintain dental health was my primary crusade. To glimpse Dentistry in USA, I spent several weeks actively acquiring valuable work experience at two dental offices. I was offered the opportunity to shadow Dr. Nikunj M. Raiyani, a general dentist, for a month. It was a valuable…
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What is Dentistry?
Dentistry is the branch of medicine that is involved in the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders and conditions of the oral cavity, the maxillofacial area and the adjacent and associated structures, and their impact on the human body (Wikipedia). Doctors who practice dentistry are called Dentists or Dental Surgeons.
Explanation of Career
According to the American Dental Association there are 10 recognized fields of Dentistry…
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The dental office has many exciting areas in which to be a team member. Chairside assisting is an example of one such area. Assistants are utilized to their fullest capabilities. They must possess extensive knowledge in order to truly be effective at the chair. Dentists appreciate assistants who can anticipate their needs as operators and help them treat their patients. Efficient chairside assistants will increase the overall production of dental practices by aiding dentists in completing their procedures…
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Dentistry is the job concerned with the prevention and treatment of supporting tissues, oral disease, and diseases of the teeth. There are many different types of dentists. Each different specialist has their own requirements and duties to fulfill for their specific field, as well as oral surgery, prosthodontics, periodontics, orthodontics, endodontics, public health dentistry, general dentistry, pediatric dentistry, and oral…
Prosthodontics and Crown and Bridge, 1Oral Pathology and Microbiology, Drs. S and NR Siddhartha Institute of
Dental Sciences, Chinaoutpally, Gannavaram, 2Department of Prosthodontics and Crown and Bridge, 4Department of Prosthodontics
and Crown and Bridge, Dental Surgeon, Government Dental College and Hospital, Gunadala, Vijayawada, 3Department of
Prosthodontics and Crown and Bridge, SIBAR Institute of Dental Sciences, Takkellapadu, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Top 12 Tips to Perfect your College Application Resume
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Dental Hygienist Investigation
With the investigation of the dental field I had the honor to speak with Dr. Justin
Washington. Mr. Washington works four days a week from 10am6pm. He starts the day off
with a morning meeting that consists of going over patients files, organizing and prepping. He
sees about fifteen patients a day and they always leave with a smile on their face. He also said
“Dentistry Is Quick” implying that the day goes by fast…
Beckett’s Dental Office Case
1. Which of the eight elements of the services marketing mix are addressed in this case? Give examples of each ‘P’ you identify.
Dr. Beckett charges higher fees than competitors for better quality of service and refused to become an HMO provider as she feels that it wouldn’t allow her to give the quality she aims to deliver.
their goal as indicated on their mission statement is to “provide superior dentistry in an efficient…