Dentist Essays

  • Dentist Career

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    Dentist Career Dentistry is a career in healthcare that works in the mouth. Dentists are trained to diagnose, prevent, and treat various problems associated with teeth and mouth tissue. It is the job of the dentist to be fully aware of different types of dental problems and be able to recognize those problems through analyzing x-rays, as well as visual variation between individual mouths. The primary focus of dental care is to teach prevention to its patients of how to prevent gum disease, tooth

  • Describe a visit to the doctors or dentists?

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    I was in my English lesson when I realised I was supposed to sign out at 10:20 it was10:35. I was already late I didn’t panic I just rushed to make it to my dentist appointment. As soon as I left school I texted my Mum, to tell her that I’m on my way to the dentist since I was late, so she can be there by the time I arrive. Once I got there I pushed open the door, the first thing that went through my mind was why isn’t my Mum here, then I realised the text I sent to my Mum didn’t send due to insufficient

  • Career in Dentistry

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    irresistible salary. Dentistry involves many tasks and a strict code of ethics that dentists must master. What do dentists do? The best definition of dentists’ duties, according to Hopke, an American writer who wrote an educational book about various careers is, “Dentists attempt to maintain their clients’ teeth through such preventive and reparative practices as extracting, filling, cleaning, or replacing teeth.” Dentists perform corrective work such as straightening teeth and treating diseased tissue

  • The Waiting Room- Creative Writing

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    The waiting room was still and quiet except for the hypnotic tick of the old plastic clock hanging on the wall. A smell evoking images of latex gloves and mouthwash hung in the air, as the dentist worked behind the closed door. The little boy across the room fidgeted uncontrollably while his mother chose to ignore it. Her face was drawn and pale. Her hands were placed on top of her lap and she wrung them continuously. She wore baggy red patterned trousers, a multi-coloured striped jumper and

  • A Short Story: Hell Room

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    It was not just like any room in the world. It was a room with special equipment and tools that let you think that you are going to die. That was not the only reason. The main reason was the monster who would do a few things with me while I was sitting on the tortured chair, and could not move. Every time I sat on that chair I closed my eyes. I was not brave enough to see that ugly monster doing his bloody game on me. When you see this monster, you would be scared from him too. his appearance was

  • Growing up Around Agriculture

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    biomedical science. With a biomedical science degree I have over fifty career choices I can go into. Also, this is my backup plan if I am not accepted into vet. School right away. The choices of careers range form agricultural economist, animal breeder, dentist, game manager, veterinarian assistant, and even zoologist. I have decided that what ever my career will be, it will be in agriculture and will deal with animals. Animals are so interesting and tricky they can’t tell you what is wrong with them like

  • Phantom Head: The Purpose of an RCT

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    preoperative radiograph provides the dentist with information regarding the RC obturation and its subsequent analysis. The dentist is able to see how far the blockage of the RCT reaches, allows the dentist to identify RCs orifice and to get an idea on how to negotiate the root canals15. An example of RC blockage is the appearance of calcification in the RC. Only in rare cases blockages are not identifiable. This location and region of RC blockage allows the dentist to choose the most effective method

  • Marquex, one of these days

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    These Days”, Marquez begins with a poor town dentist who is polishing false teeth when the mayor calls him threatening to shoot him if he does not fix his sore tooth. The mayor had been suffering from a five day severely sore tooth ache. So, the mayor finally wins by getting the dentist to fix his tooth. The Mayor arrives to the dentist’s office with his left cheek clean-shaved and a five day old beard on the other cheek with a swollen tooth. The dentist examines the mayor’s tooth without anesthesia

  • The Dentist's Office

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    say my name, "Genna, Dr. Rust is ready to see you now." On the outside, I am smiling and happy, but on the inside, I scream in terror. Although I had been there and experienced that extreme pain many times before, I dreaded yet another visit to the dentist. Fifteen minutes ago I drove up to the old brick building in Delta, Colorado. Out front was an old wooden sign reading, "Rust, P L D.D.S." I got out of my comfortable homey car, and headed toward the door that said, "ENTER." I took a deep breath

  • Character Analysis of Mr. Carter in John Collier's Thus I Refute Beelzy

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    selfish father, who is locked in a struggle with the invisible "Mr. Beelzy" for the love and soul of his son, Small Simon. Mr. Carter enjoys possessing power and being in control. He is used to everyone doing what he wants, without question. As a dentist, he is able to legally exercise this power on a helpless patient. They are at his mercy when they lie sedated on his chair. Mr. Carter comes home early because two patients cancelled their appointments, though the reason for this is not given.

  • A Trip to the Dentist's Office

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    A Trip to the Dentist's Office The phone rings, and I answer, “Thank you for calling Enterprise, how may I help you?” The voice on the other end asks for Andrea, and I reply, “This is she.” The voice says she is calling to remind me of my 11:00 AM dental appointment. I sigh and tell her I will be there on time. I enter the brick building and walk over to the elevator; I push the up button and patiently wait. The elevator door promptly opens, and I get in. I push the button with a number two

  • Medieval England

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    Medieval England It is said that 'An apple a day keeps the dentist away.' This has become a common saying among Society today. We do not stop to think of how it reflects our outlook of Medicine in our lives. We have come to understand the value of simple practices in order to keep ourselves healthy. This is not, however, the case of Medieval England. Most 'medical practices' of the time were based upon superstition, ancient texts, myth, or the direction of the church. Medical practices of Medieval

  • The Importance of Being Earnest

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    lives at Tunbridge Wells, calls you her dear uncle. Come, old boy, you had much better have the thing out at once. JACK. My dear Algy, you talk exactly as if you were a dentist. It is very vulgar to talk like a dentist when one isn't a dentist. It produces a false impression. ALGERNON. Well, that is exactly what dentists always do. Now, go on! Tell me the whole thing. I may mention that I have always suspected you of being a confirmed and secret Bunburyist; and I am quite sure of it now.

  • 19th-Century Surgery

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    19th-Century Surgery There were no real monumental changes in surgery techniques for the first half of the nineteenth century. In fact, before 1846, the only change in surgical practices was that the newer surgeons had a greater knowledge of anatomy and pathology. Surgery during this half of the century was a horrible experience that was only turned to as a last resort. Many people would choose to commit suicide rather than live through the agony of surgery, and the suffering afterwards. Operations

  • The Benefits Of Dentists

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    If you have choose a to medical job, I recommend you pick a dentist. They have one of the best jobs in the medical field and they get paid good money. Dentists try to help people get and keep healthy teeth ( They give you advice on how to keep your teeth, gums, mouth clean. They give you advice on how to keep your teeth and mouth clean. They get paid a lot of money to. They get paid almost 150,000 a year. That is a lot of money to have. In 2013 they

  • Fear Dentist

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    the primary reasons people do not go to the dentist. Before starting dental school, I observed fear in both kids and adults during my two years of internships at Children’s Dental Office and Toluca Lake Dental Office. I was further convinced that children and adults have fear of the dentist when I treated patients, during my time at dental school, at the AYUDA dental clinic and the Children’s Dental Van. As a child, I was also scared to go to the dentist. As an adult, I am still scared. In all of

  • A Career As A Dentist

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    Of all the knowledge and skills that I have gained during my undergraduate studies, it is the experience I have gained as a research and dental assistant that will contribute the most to my career as a dentist. Although a strong science background is essential to succeed in dental school, my unique combination of personal motivation, social skills, perseverance, and desire to help those in need will allow me to excel in this profession. To appreciate the characteristics that set me apart from other

  • A Visit To The Dentist

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    an appointment for my siblings and me to get our yearly check up at our local dentist. It was never easy for my mother to take me to the dentist. She had to convince me that we were going to go shopping afterward. My siblings, mother and I go in for our scheduled time and sign in at the front desk. When I walk in my heart immediately starts pounding and I feel a wave of heat going through my body. I look around the dentist office with curiosity. I see multiple teeth ornaments and paintings with happy

  • A Career As A Dentist

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    it so easily. Little did I realize then, that little accomplishment had nutured the idea in my mind to pursue a career as a professional qualified at tending to people’s teeth. I believe that choosing to be a dentist was definitely by choice and not by chance. For being the first dentist in my family, I received immense support and encouragement. For my undergraduation, I enrolled in Meenakshi Ammal Dental College and Hospital; a highly reputed dental school in Tamil Nadu, India. I was motivated

  • Speech On Becoming A Dentist

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    teeth, until one day when I had my first real dentist visit. The dentist office was very interesting, from the way it looked to the way they operated (I always thought the dentist did the same as a doctor). As I went in for my cleaning the dentist saw that I had a couple cavities, I was trying to figure out what was a cavity. How is this affecting my nice teeth? Am I going to lose the tooth? All these things ran through my mind as I heard the news. The dentist came in and explain everything to me and