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  1. Introduction.
  2. Researching careers as a dentist and dental hygienist.
  3. Dentists performing many different tasks in one day.
  4. Working as a dental hygienist.
  5. Talking about different requirements for the dental college.
  6. Talks with various dentists.
  7. Conclusion.
  8. Bibliography.

What do you want to be when you grow up? I've been asked this question many times since I was young. My reply was always rapid and quick from a teacher to a nurse to a tattoo artist. My answer changed as frequently as I changed my socks. This question, however, has slowly formulated to more serious questions. What are you majoring in? What kind of career are you going to have after you graduate college? These answers, unfortunately, I don't answer as rapidly or confidently. Discovering what I want to do with the rest of my life is an important and stressful decision. A career search is the perfect answer. I went on an investigation to help discover dentistry to a deeper level, answer some questions I had, and see the differences between careers as a dentist verses a dental hygienist.

[...] Kuster which career he thinks is better he stated that a career in dentistry and dental hygiene are both great. he replied ?have such amazing opportunities, is stable, fun, and would make a great career.? After Dr. Kuster enlightened me about the school part of a career in dentistry; I decided it was time for me to talk with a dentist currently owning his own practice. Dr. Shawn Kralik welcomed me with a very welcoming and happy grin. He immediately was joking around and made the interview very comfortable. [...]

[...] Kuster expressed how much he loves pediatric dentistry and how great it is to specialize in one area. are able to learn more about that one specific type of dentistry and focus specifically on your patients and their specific needs.? According to the University of Nebraska Medical Center: College of Dentistry booklet he gave me, ?there are nine different areas in which a dentist can specialize in. They include dental public health, endodontics, oral pathology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, oral and maxillofacial radiology, orthodontics, pediatric dentistry, periodontics, and prosthodontics.? Dr. [...]

[...] To qualify for a license in most States, candidates must graduate from an accredited dental school and pass written and practical examinations.? Being accepted into a dental school is very competitive and slim. On average a dentist will have spent eight years in college with an additional two to five years if they choose to specialize or conduct dental research. However, as in many careers today the education for a dentist is never really finished. The fast pace of technology causes dentists to continually keep up on the new advancements in the dental field. [...]

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