Although I almost always enjoy trips to the dentist and find them interesting, I never considered dentistry as a profession until I discovered that I had hypodontia. Then when I learned that my mother and brother also had hypodontia I at started to really get me interested in what was going on in my mouth. My interest was kindled to learn more about dentistry and dental abnormalities. I started to shadow and felt that I would like to drill and fill but more importantly transform someone’s pain and discomfort into a source of satisfaction.
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...have to be two of the highlights of my character. And when presented any opportunity, I will not fail. I already have the willingness and the discipline necessary for me to put in the hard work that is waiting for me this summer at the University of Detroit Mercy and ultimately in dental school. However what I am missing is the supplemental refinement. My participation in the Summer Enrichment program will assist me in getting one step closer to fulfilling my goals by molding me into even better applicant. The Summer Enrichment program will mold me into an applicant that is more competitive because the UDM summer enrichment program offers Intensive DAT preparation, an applicant more culturally competent because the Summer enrichment provides diversity training seminars and trainings and ultimately an applicant more in position to accomplish her wildest dental dreams.
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