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If dentistry didn't exist, what would you do?
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1. If dentistry didn't exist, what would you do?
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If dentistry did not exist, I would still pursue a career somewhere in the medical field. I was born to make people smile and take care of them, and if I was not able to care for their teeth, I would care for them in other ways by either being a nurse or maybe a radiologist.
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If dentistry didn't exist i would still want to do somethng in the medical field affiliated with cosmetology. ive always had a passion for working with my hands and if dentistry didnt exist i would probably be a cosmetic plastic surgeon.
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Make sure i take care of my teth.
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Work in the health field still. Probably in community health- promoting healthy lifestyles and educating the public
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I would work in agriculture.
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2. How would you describe your overall academic performance?
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I would say i have been successful at some things and others things i've had to try things and work things out.
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Im am strongly dedicated to my education. With difficult classes I studied longer to get where I needed to be.
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I have really gotten into the school groove since my second semester of college. High school i noticed did not prepare me for college so my first semester I struggled. However, ever since then I have become very stable with my academics and it has became my top priority.
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Considering the rigorous courses and having to make tough choices along with the personal search, I believe I did fairly well, of course it could have been better. Overall, in the end, it was a tremendous learning experience which I am thankful to have gone through.
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Overall I'm pleased with my academic performance. There are a few classes that I think I could have pulled an A in if I had pushed myself harder but for the most part I'm proud of how I've done.
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3. What if you aren't accepted into Hygienist school?
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I would be saddened but I would try again at the next possibility.
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Then I would try again next year and continue practising as an assistant, looking to further my assisting career by volunteering in Costa Rica and taking the orthodontic module.
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I will continue my job as a surgical assistant and will apply again for the following year!
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I would study no more.
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I will all I can to be accepted into Hygienist school because this is something I am extremely passionate about.
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4. Will you keep a client, even if they had the worst hygiene imagineable?
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Yes absolutely.
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Yes, they are the people that need the help and education the most.
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Yes. These are the clients that need are help most. If the periodontal disease is above my level of expertise I may have them alternate between us and the periodontist but yes, these are the people that most need our help.
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Yes they clearly need help and education about good dental hygiene.
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YES! Everyone deserves the best oral care that can be provided, no matter how bad their teeth are. And if they do have bad oral hygiene, they need to be taught how to properly take care of their teeth.
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5. What has been the highlight of your academic years?
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I can think of a few really tough semesters where I was taking many difficult classes and working. In the beginning it looked like too much for me to handle but I worked hard, stayed focused, and took advantage of various resources such as study groups and instructors and I was able to succeed in all my courses. It was hard work but it payed off and was very rewarding.
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I would have to say the highlight of my academic years was being able to work hands on with various patients and learn through doing so.
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After my second semester here I had attempted that largest class load I've ever tried to take on before. It was hard work and a lot of sacrifices but at the end of the semester I had an A in every class and had made the Dean's list. It was a huge personal accomplishment to know I had taken on so much, done my best and the hard work had paid off.
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ghlight of my academic career was recieving the Excelence award from the state ADHA chapter at the yearly meeting. I felt that my hard work and professionalism hadn't gone unnoticed, and helped me feel confident in my work.
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The highlight of my academic years would be maintaining a 3.5 or higher in college.
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6. How did you manage your time among school, work, and or other activities?
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Thankfully, my parents are very supportive of me and they let me make school my number one priority. They tell me not to work while im in school so besides school, I am always with my family and I love spending time with them.
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I have a weekly schedule that I follow and this routine allows me the ability to complete all of the tasks that I need to accomplish. There are a lot of tasks with a husband and 3 kids.
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School and work always came first before other activities I am pretty good at multi-tasking.
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I am blessed to have a great family support system. I've been married for three years and my husband has given me an opportunity to make school my number one priority. Truthfully, I don't have many activities outside of school, family and work, which I will be resigning from the clinic next semester.
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I had to prioritize my time and I used my spare time to study and get caught up on work.
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7. What type of learner are you?
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visual and hands on
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I am a very hands on learner. I need to physically have something in my hands like models of human organs or dental tools to really get the feel for what I am learning and to fully understand it.
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Visual.
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Hands on learner.
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I'm a visual learner, I like to supplement readings and lectures with pictures and models when I can.
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8. If you could do anything different in your education, what would you do?
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I wish I would have started school earlier. I feel as though I am alittle bit behind in my life plans because of returning to school later. But this also provides me with an advantage in knowing what I truly want to do and having work experience which provides me with more drive to reach my goals.
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If not a dental hygienist than something for sure relating to medical field.
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I would do nothing different. I love where I am at. I love my school and the comfortable atmosphere that is here and I would not change anything about it
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Take multiple years of Spanish.
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I might have been a little more proactive when I was deciding upon schools and degrees while in highschool.
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9. Are you involved in any pre-dental groups?
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Apart from working at a Pediatric Dental office for 19 months, I have not been involved in any other pre dental groups.
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I am a dental assistant.
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I plan to be involved in the club this year as well as continue my obsevation.
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I have been volunteering with a non profit organization that goes around to local elementary schools and provides kids with free dental care who are not able to afford it. Aside from that and doing dental office observations, I am not involved in any pre-dental groups
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I am not involved in any groups per say but I have been shadowing at various dental offices and I am in an intro course to get further information on the profession.
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10. Describe the people you work with best.
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Someone that has high work ethics like I do, someone that is willing to cooperate and lend a helping hand if needed.
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There is no one type of person I work with better than the next. I am friendly and outgoing and work well and get along with pretty much everyone. I can be a leader or a follower if necessary. I enjoy working with people that are easy going.
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I enjoy a variety of people to work with.
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I enjoy being around upbeat, happy people.
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Non-dramatic.
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11. Favorite thing you observed or highlights of your observation experience?
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interaction with people and making them feel confident and aware of their dental issues if any and giving them right advise.
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I enjoyed watching the dentist cut and pull wisdom teeth out. I thought it was so neat. It looked like it would hurt the patient. Good thing they numbed her up!
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My favorite aspect during my observation hours were the deep cleanings. It was an intense and impressive procedure.
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Watching the patient's satisfaction after a service was the most enjoyable part of observing.
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The highlight is that i get to ask questions, meet new people, and get to absorb everything.
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12. What do you think you will dislike the most about being a hygienist?
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may have nerve problem in hands, arms, and back in the future due to repititive hand work.
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Honestly, not being able to control the cost of cleanings or the ability to financially work with low income patients.
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I cant think of anyhting i would dislike. there are many reasons i wanted to become a hygienist. i care for pateints and i love my job. i know i am going to have difficult days but i think i am prepared for it.
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Seeing patients with oral cavity problems beyond fixing hygienically which could have been prevented earlier by someone like myself with a proper hygiene advice.
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Getting back achs and neck pain.
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13. Are you aware of options in the profession?
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Reseaechers, educators.
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Yes. I can go into education, research, travel to northern remote communities and I can also work in an ortho, private or public work setting.
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Yes, I am aware that there is a master's program.
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Yes, you can work in private practices, clinics, hospitals, vets, or even as educators.
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Yes, because in my intro to dental hygiene course, we discussed all the different career paths one can take in dental hygiene. For example, you could work in the dental office or as an educator teaching students about dental hygiene.
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14. A patient has AIDs, would you still treat them as a hygienist?
Best Answer
yes..not everyone's truthful about their medical health so you treat everyone the same ie that includes those with AIDS
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if a patient has AIDS i will still treat them as a hygienist because that is part of my job discription. i am in no position to discrimant agianst anyont because of their condition or background. i would make it my duty to perform the job careful and cautiously.
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Thankfully in todays world of Denistry and the general medical world, each individual who is exposed to any type of open wounds or blood exposure has the propper equipment to keep them safe. with the propper PPE no hygienist should ever be exposed to AIDs or any other disease. With this being said, the answer is yes, you should treat every patient as if they have AIDs so you keep yourself protected and the patient protected.
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I see no reason why a patient with AIDs, in the right environment, and with the dental hygienist taking proper safety precautions, should not be treated.
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Yes, as long as I use the appropriate barriers (gloves, mask, eye protection) then there should not be any concerns.
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15. What hobbies do you have that require hand skills?
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I actually took an art class at TXCC and it was all about being gentle with your hands and I took up that skill very quickly and I think that it will help me as I start doing clinical work in hygiene school
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I paint and draw and have obtained a degree in dental technology last year which requires excellent dexterity skills.
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Crafts - Made my own mukluks including beading. Nails - nail art, complicated small designs that take a lot of patience and a steady hand. Cooking.
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I like to paint, draw and do anything artistic and constructive
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I enjoy knitting and crocheting. I have also spent some time learning the violin.
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16. When did you discover you want to be a hygienist?
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I discovered i wanted to be a dental hygienist when i was in high school.
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I originally thought I wanted to be a dentist. But after working as a dental assistant for 5 years, I discovered that I did not want the responsibilities of a dentist but would rather help individuals with oral help by becoming a dental hygienist. I have a love for teeth and working with my hands so being a hygienist is a perfect fit.
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Upon completion of my dental assisting school and after having worked in a dental setting. Being an assistant was wonderful, but I feel I would prevail in a DH setting. I would like to work one on one with patients and be an educator, not just an assistant to a a dentist.
4.
Upon speaking with my dental hygienist about how much she loves her job.
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Freshman year of college.
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17. What exposures have you had to the dental industry?
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I took a summer internship with my family dentist after graduating high school and assisted the doctor with routine check ups, cleanings, root canals, and fillings. Also, I worked with a dental hygieniest this past winter at mission grove dentistry and learned the proper ways to measure teeth, detect dental caries, gingivititis and periodontial diseases.
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I had a shadowing experience my senior year of high school and I was able to ask the hygienist questions and watch her go through her daily routene.
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I have worked as a dental assistant for almost 5 years after graduating college, I have volunteered at the dental clinic in town and I have helped organize and participated in two dental/medical missions trips, one to Kenya and one to Chile.
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The dental industry has been a part of my life since I can remember. My grandpa was a respected dentist in Independence for years and my aunt was a dental hygienist before she had children, actually a former graduate from this program. I have shadowed at a few different dental offices and had extensive conversations with my dentist about the dental field.
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No.
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18. Describe the people you find most difficult to work with.
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I am very much a team player. I want to know that I've been heard, not necessarily that you agree but that you listened. I am very big on mutual respect, making sure everyone feels their opinion is valued and then coming to a group consensus about what the best course to take is. Having said that, traits that undermine that philosophy can present a challenge to work with.
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People who nit-pick every detail that is not exactly right, someone who talks down to you instead of to you, someone who does not have a good sense of humor.
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I dont have difficulty working with anyone. I am very adaptable
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Just someone who is not a team player. If they are not willing to work together to get a job done I find it difficult to work alongside them.
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The people I find most difficult to work with are the ones who do not show good team work skills.
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19. Do you enjoy working with your hands?
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I enjoy working with my hands. It is one of the ways that I learn
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Yes, i find it very rewarding.
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Yes, very much so.
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I have always been a hands on person, which is on of the reason why I wanted to go into hygiene, so yes I love working with my hands.
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Yes. I enjoy the fine motor skills.
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20. Why do you want to be a dental hygienist?
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To help educate people about prevention of decay and disease of their teeth.
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Its the next step to take in my career.
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I am seen my family suffer from not taking good care of their dental health. I would love to help them and my community to be aware of the various issues that lead to dental problems.
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I know how important oral hygiene is but I also know that is is not considered that important by most individuals. I see how oral hygiene affects the big picture. It can be so simple an yet individuals neglect their mouths. I want to educate individuals on the proper ways to care for their mouths.
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An interest in biological science, helping people, and personal hygiene.
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21. If you are stressed, what signs occur and what do you do about it?
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I deal with stress very well.
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Sleep deprived and seek advice.
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I usually get really frustrated when in a stressful situation. Usually I just step back and take a deep breath. Then I think about what is a priority in what I need to get done. I feel much better after I take the time to think and plan rather than get everything done at once.
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if i am stressed i get quiet. and i like discussing my probelems with my husband.
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I sometimes can feel my immune system start to weaken and I have to get rest and take a supplement to help me bounce back.
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22. How would you rate your previous college education?
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From a scale from one to ten i would say an eight.
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I worked all throughout college and it has been difficult, but it has taught me how to manage my time and to prioritize. I have always liked school, but I like school even more when I get to learn about things that I am interested in.
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my previous college, are alright to a certain extent but it would be best if i attained better grades
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I would say that I have successfully been able to correct any of my previous mistakes and drastically improve my GPA which has shown me that I literally can do anything I want to if I sincerely try.
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My previous education was at Dental school , this helped me to understand and communicate with people from different socio economic background & different cultures.
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23. What do you feel are the most important qualities in being a good hygienist?
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Manual dexterity, an at ease personality, being personable.
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Being knowledgeable in your field, passing it onto your clients, being organized, team worker, have good clinical skills, proper ergonomics, friendly, and having a great attitude towards the day.
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Patience, outgoing, personable, good team work, responsible, organized, helpful, caring.
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Thouroughness, dedication, approachability.
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Patient care. Performing good clinical skills while keeping the patient comfortable.
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24. What do you think will be your greatest challenge in completing hygienist school?
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Balancing my family time and school time, and making sure everyone's needs are met. I know going to school with three kids is tough, but I'll have the family support I need, and we'll be fine. We're tough.
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I know that is is a tough program but I know that when I am focused on a goal I will do whatever it takes to reach it.
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Having a baby while studying.
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Being focused enough to continue with my degree instead of entering the work force after two years once becoming an hygienist.
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I am aware that it is a tough course and i have prepared myself for it. However i may find the start of the course challenging but once i know the volume of work required i can adapt to the situation.
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25. What are the negative aspects of being a hygienist?
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Having uncompliant patients.
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I honestly just got out of school, so I haven't experienced a whole lot of negativity, but if I had to say one aspect that could be negative might be the physical strain on your hands.
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I suppose some negative things would be that it is at base a service job dealing with people. And for every great person, there is a nasty one. Sometimes dealing with people can be hard in totally other ways too such as when you loose someone. But these are all subjective.
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One of the few negative aspects of dental hygiene is that it is easy to develope back and neck pain.
5.
I dont think there are any.
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26. Why have you chosen to pursue this profession?
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I worked as a dental assistant and felt that I would be very sucessful as a hygienist, having my own area and patients is very appealing to me. I enjoy connecting with the public on a one on one basis.
2.
Always been something i wanted to do since a young girl. I love helping others and being able to make a change in their lives and health.
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I have chosen dental hygiene because I was put on this Earth to make people feel good about themselves and to make them smile. I want to be the one to put that finishing touch on that young girl who just had her braces off. I had 3 sets of braces and when my hygienist cleaned my teeth, I felt like a million bucks. I want to make that 13 year old girl feel like a million bucks like I did, and I want her to feel confident about her smile.
4.
I love dental Hygiene... peoples teeth are part of the first impression, and a smile leads to emoion.. someones smile and dental hygeine says a lot about themselves
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Through my lifetime experiences, i have come to realise the importance of one's health and how health is the base of everything. Pursueing a career in the field of dental hygiene is a commitment i have made to my health and to the health of others.
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27. Do you have any sales experience?
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Yes, I have been in the banking industry for several years and my main roles are sales based. I constantly make sure customers are getting the best out of thier accounts by taking advantage of all the products and services we offer to make thier banking experience positive.
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none at this time
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No.
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Yes, when I was in high school, I worked as a sales representative and Aeropostale. Even though it is a clothing store, it gave me sales experience and they showed me how to sell products.
5.
No, I dont have very much sales experience. Although, I did have to try to sell Family Tree Maker while working for an inbound call center.
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28. After hygienist school, and a few years experience, will you be applying to dental school?
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no, hygiene and dentistry are two separate entities and hygiene is my main interest no dentistry!.
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No, If I were I would go to dental school.
3.
Being on the preventative side of dentistry is where i want to be as i feel it is much more rewarding than providing generic restorations to patients oral cavity. I always promote keeping natural teeth as long as possible. Nothing can compare to it.
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It is definitely something that has been in the back of my head. I like to take on one thing on at a time so it isn't something that I have looked into, but I figure when I get through they hygiene program, if I decide I would like to go on then I will start to look into it then. However, for now my main focus is dental hygiene!
5.
Possibly but it depends on where I am at as far as my personal life goes.
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29. What do you think you will most like about being a hygienist?
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Knowing how important oral hygiene is, I think I will most enjoy being able to help my patients achieve complete oral health and being able to watch them progress. It will a very satisfying feeling to know that you have been able to educate them and get them to a healthy state which will make them happy.
2.
What i would like most about being a dental hygieniest is having that passion to help patients achieve optimum oral health that can help maintain healthy life styles. it would be a truely rewarding experience to help my patients get that boost of confidence with a healthy smile.
3.
Becoming a hygienist has many outstanding benifits; it is haard to narrow down just one, but having the opportunity to meet people daily, and not becoming just their hygienist, but becoming someone that they trust, as well as a friend to your patients; giving patients something to look forward to, instead of dreading. I know i have what it takes to be that friendly hygienist.
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will be able to educate and help people when they are in pain, and help them lead a healthy life.
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What I like most about being a dental hygienist is being to meet new people. Also being able to see the how important it is for people to manage to care about their teeth.
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30. Describe your work ethic.
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My work ethic is strong. I feel it is important to use evidence based knowledge when working with patients. I also view my time at work as working time, I am more than happy to help out others during down time.
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My work ethic is to practice using evidence based information in a preventive manner and always have the clients best interests at heart
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I have a very strong work ethic. I am not the kind of employee that will be using my phone during my shift. If a patient cancles at the last minute I will make sure I continure to work by helping in sterilization or by auditing the charts.
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My work ethic is very percise. I love to be organized and have everything in it's place before I can start my work. Being organized sets the mood for me for the entire day.
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I would say i've very driven, competitive.
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31. What are your 2 weakest points?
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I can be a perfectionist at times and tend to check my work to reassure myself that everything was completed correctly.
2.
I tend to have a tendancy to be perfectionistic. I dislike causing discomfort to a patient I need to remember that sometimes it is necessary to cause a little discomfort in order to completely remove the calculus.
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My two weakest points would have to be, that i get very anxious and want to do everything at one time and have to learn to slow down and not get as stressed out.
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Perfectionist!
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O I can sometimes come off as very quiet when I first meet people so they think I am shy; but I am getting a lot better about this since working in customer service for the last 6 years. Also at the orientation last Saturday it was mentioned that many students come into the program shy but itís taught to them how to be more outgoing and communicate. o I get anxious when I am uncertain or unprepared to do something, for example if I havenít studied enough or if I donít have a plan for an event or know that there is a certain plan in place. I usually prefer to have a set plan, and if not I get anxious about it. E.g. My birthday.
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32. Do you think you would learn well in a small-group setting? Explain.
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i feel as though i am able to learn in any type of setting. it is important to make every experience a learning experience. whether working in a small group, a large group, or alone i will make it a learning experience and learn from it.
2.
it depends..when it comes to learning its my effort that makes me learn better..size should not matter
3.
Personal feedback and independant attention is an advantage in a learning environment, but an advanced scholar is able to learn in any situation.
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Yes of course. a small group setting allows for discussions which will help understanding greatly. If any questions arise we can ask each other as we will all have different levels of experiences.
5.
Yes because theres less people and I could of more things to plan.
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33. Are you aware of issues facing Dentistry today?
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The issues that I am aware of in Dentistry are strongly based on finance and the cost of checkups and treatments. Coming from a family that was not very wealthy , i didn't get as many checkups and cleanings as i should have. Dentistry is expensive for patients to get cleanings and check ups and my family was not able to provide the money for those necessities as i grew up. Another issue would be time.
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Yes. At the moment the economy has cut down on dental patients and is hard for small businesses to function.
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Not many people are able to afford dentistry and will only seek dental treatment when at their absolute worst stage and in a lot of pain. This makes it difficult for hygienists and dentist as the treatments are most likely going to be complicated. As a result the treatment will be expensive and the patient will have to pay in small amounts over long periods of time. This affects the funds of the surgery in question and may even lower quality.
4.
I might have to get back to you with an answer to that question, but i remember a few years ago there were a few dentist charged and had their licenses taken away for being violent and aggressive with patients.
5.
Healthcare is at a complicated crossroad. There are problems with our system and means of delivery but many are uneasy to implement solutions for fear of risking the part that does function. The field of dental hygiene is currently over saturated and finding employment out of college can be challenging.
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34. What are your 2 greatest strengths?
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Thorough cleanings and a gentle touch.
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I find my strengths to be that I am not afraid to ask for advice, and to get the correct answer if I am unsure. I also think a strength of mine is patient relations and making someone feel comfortable in the dental setting.
3.
My first greatest strength is my ability to communicate with patients. I think I am able to help ease their anxiety, relate to them and show empathy whenever possible. I also think knowing your clients and their interests or oral health needs makes you more genuine hygienist. Secondly, I am very versatile, having the ability to relate and fit in almost everywhere I go.
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I am persistent and work well under pressure.
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leadership and responsiblitiy- i like to take control of the sitiuation and handle things in the best way possiblle and help others around me achieve their strengths
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35. How would you control the cost of healthcare?
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I would definitely want to bring the problem to the team I am working with first. I would present a solution in ways of offering specials for certain services and monthly promotional offers. I would research and advise patients about the best insurance providers and options to help maximize there health benefit. Also I would advise the patients to keep up on visits in order to prevent the chance of a more expensive visit for uncared teeth.
2.
I would properly educate my patients on the proper oral care so they wouldn't have to come back for restirtions.
3.
Can save money by knnowing how to properly care for your oral health care.
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I would educate my patients so they would not need any restorations.
5.
I would allow people to build a healthcare plan around what would work best for them.
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36. What interests you about this profession?
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What interests me about the dental hygiene profession is being the one who puts a smile on an individuals face. With dental hygiene, you have the oppurtunity to have that quality one on one time with your patients to educate them on proper oral healthcare techniques and how this affects thier personal lifestyle. dental hygiene definetly is a rewarding career because you are changing peoples life through a smile.
2.
I enjoy the contact with patients.
3.
i am interested in this profession because i have learned from reseaech that it is a profession that is constantly advancing and growing. i always knew as a child that i would have a career that required hands on activity whether it meant that i would be a doctor or an artist, when i combined my passion of the two it lead to de4ntistry.
4.
I love that there is always something new and exciting in dentistry. The field changes so often and there are always so many options that people have when it comes to the care and restoration of their teeth. Also, every individual is different so there is always an opportunity on helping people with their own unique dental needs.
5.
I enjoy making people smile everyday, and making them feel good about their teeth.
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37. Are you aware of the multifaceted nature of Dentistry?
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As in the very many avenues such as orthodontics periodontics, and endodontics?
2.
Yes, ofcourse and I have been Lucky to be a part of Clinics where they have been doing different treatments and dealing with different clientel.
3.
Dentistry is a service business, it addresses preventative care as well as treatment, it is making people feel save and comfortable in a stressful setting, most of the time there are many different options for various financial situations.
4.
No, can you please tell me more?
5.
I have been part of different Clinic and seen and do e different aspects in dental treatments.
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38. Are you prepared for the heavy course load an RDH title demands?
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Yes, I am.
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I am comp;letely ready, i love to learn new things everyday... i have tried my hardest all my life to maintain all a's to get to where i am today! im always ready for a challenge.
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I have been preparing myself for the coarse load of an RDH title because this is something i really have my heart set on, and i dont like to quit things once i have started them.
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I have been preparing myself for the coarse load of an RDH title because this is something i really have my heart set on, and i dont like to quit things once i have started them.
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I set a high standard for myself in regards to education. I manage my time around what goals needs to be accomplished for finishing school and that is my primary focus. I'm not entering the program haphazardly, I have put a great deal of prayer, thought and planning into preparing for every aspect of the dental program and feel confident I am ready.
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39. What do you think about HMO's and the changes taking place in medicine?
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I know that insurance will always be a struggle in the medical field. What will it pay for and what will I have to pay out of pocket? It is up to the dentist of the practice in deciding on what insurances the office accepts or not, but if we stress the need of oral health to our patients they should feel the need to regularly get their teeth checked. They will find a way to pay if it is important to them.
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I believe that HMO is a very structured way of handling healthcare costs depending on the patients needs. Healthcare costs are costing us billions of dollars each year, and sometimes if a persons needs better fits an hmo it might help save some of these costs.
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Everything has their time periods and things do change with time. I only hope they are for the best of everyone.
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I hope they are for the better.
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40. Describe to me the dental practice you observed.
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I watched both dental hygienists perform their routines. I also observed the dentist pull wisdom teeth, do a root canal, and make a filling. I enjoyed watching all aspects of the jobs in the dentist office.
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I observed the dental hygienist doing fluoride and deep cleaning.
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The office observed was clean and friendly. It had a well running schedule and someone at the fron to greet everyone. The office unfortantely had some infection control concerns and were working them out at the time.
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I observed Ms piccioni, she workds for a pediatric dentist Dr Judd.Ms Piccioni was very sweet and caring with the younger children, easing their concerns and fear of visiting a dentist. Some of these patients were visiting the dentist for the first time and were afraid to even lie down, let along being operated upon by an instrument. But Ms Piccioni's gentle manner helped them get comfortable and make the entire experience positive. I observed her performing tooth scaling and polishing, take x- rays, use scalers, currettes, irrigators and other tools and also educated the children and parents about flossing and general dental care. She was very encouraging to me as well and reinforced my resolve to becoming a fine dental hygienist.
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I observed a busy general dentist office. The dental hygienist had a very busy schedule and time is a critical component. I learned speed will come in time, but it is very important to do your job well in a timely manner and to make the patient feel comfortable.
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41. Describe how and where you study best.
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I study best by going to the library and researching each quiestion.
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I study best in quite places. Most of the time i escape to the library
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I need to study in a quiet setting. I love going to my local library. It is always so quiet in there and when it is quiet, that is when I can concentrate and focus. I am a hands on learner so any educational games on science websites help me memorize and learn things for science classes. Flashcards work as well, and repetative writing helps me as well.
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I study best with music or somewhere quiet.
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I study best in a quiet place with no distractions, like the library. Repetition of note cards and flash cards help me to remember best.
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42. What would your last employer say about you?
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I'm a hard worker.
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I believe they would say I am a hard worker, I care alot about what I do. I put my all into everything I do.
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My last employer would say I am a hard worker, dedicated to the job, and that I create a relaxing easy going atmosphere.
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They would say that I am a very hard worker and a fast learner.
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They would say that I am very hard working. If there is something to be done I will do it.
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43. Discuss a dental ethics issue.
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not to share patients information with other patients.
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I think a major ethics issue in the dental field is to not share any information about any of your other patients to people not apart of your workspace.
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Confidentiality is a huge ethics issue among others in dentistry. I find it extremely important for the dental hygienist to recognize this and re-enterate consistantly with the patient. It is our duty as healthcare providers to attain the the mutual agreement between us and the patient. Anything that I or the patient discusses is exclusively private, unless given consent. Many people have refrained from healthcare in fear of this privacy getting invaded, it is up to us to show them this is not the case.
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Patient information confidentiality such as keeping information on computers away from patients or any visitors to the surgery by password entry, letters to be kept away and locked in a cabinet, patients information or names must never be discussed outside of work, or whilst patients or visitors are around.
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Patients not understanding what treatment is needing to be done or that is being done, without having the knowledge of making an educated descision based on the information given to go forth with a dental procedure.
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44. What will you do if you have a client that refuses to floss or take care of their teeth?
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Educate them on what will happen to their teeth if they do not take care of them. Explain to them how expensive it will be to fix them when they start to have tooth infections and aches.
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Use pictures and be descriptive of the downfalls of neglecting their oral health. Also, find something the client values. If it's money for example, describe the costs of restoring and repairing and remind them that prevention is basically free!
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You attempt to insist that flossing and taking care or their oral health is important to their overall health. It is best to use examples and personal experience to help drive the point home to the client
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I would recommend a different oral hygiene aids over the course of time such as interproximal brushes,t
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Discuss the systemic outcome and other interproximal devices.
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45. How will you pay for hygienist school?
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I have been lucky enough to have parents that have offered to pay for my first degree in school. I have also been working since I was 15 and have been saving up money so I can help out with all that I can.
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I'm very thankful that my parents have agreed to pay for my college.
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After i finished with my dental school program. I will try to work hard to pay for my dept.
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I will take out a student loan and my husband will help me with the rest.
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Loans and parents and savings.
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46. Any leadership roles in pre-dental groups?
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I currently work at a dentist office, just doing filing work, learning when i am abl.. and i have job shadowed at my local dentist office
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The only dental experience i have ever had was sinply job shadowing my dental hygienist in grade ten. It was a fun experience and other than that i have not had any dental experience leadership roles.
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I am a co-team clinical leader as an assistant in my current office.
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No because I have not been in any pre dental groups.
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I always want to be a health care professional. And working in a hospital would be my next choice.
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47. Will you worry about any infections while performing work with patients?
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Yes i'll practice universal percaustions.
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No because I know how to keep myself and others safe from infection by the standard disinfecting and bio safety techniques.
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Always practice universal precautions.
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There is always a slight risk in a dental cleaning, because it is a slightly invasive procedure. However, it is important to evaluate the patients contributing risks, such as pocket depths, medications, and immunodeficiencies.
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Of coarse. That is normal to worry. That means you will be careful while treating every patient as if they have a disease.
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48. What do you know about dental hygienist?
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First line of defense to obtaining optimal oral health and overall health.
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Someone that specializes in preventive oral health and teaches patients on good oral hygiene.
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I know that dental hygienists clean teeth and educate you on how to keep a great smile.
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Dental hygienist is something I always wanted to do. dental hygienst help out the doctors and clean teeth.
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The first line of defence of maintaining good orla health as well as good overall health.
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49. How did you, or do you, handle blood and gore?
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I handle it just fine. It doesn't make me uncomfortable at all.
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It doesn't bother me in the least. I try to keep it at a minimal level.
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I handle blood and gore quite well. I have a strong stomach and I do not let it bother me. Also, I have had experience with dental work (extractions, infections, pus, blood.)
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It does not bother me to see or work with blood. I have no issues with blood or gore.
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I never try to think about myself when dealing with blood or gore. I always focus on the patient and make them as comfortable as possible.
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50. Any art / graphics / design background or courses?
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I keep an agenda that includes due dates of assignments and tests and plan ahead to allow adequate time for studying. By keeping my priorities straight, school being most important, I am able to stay on top of school, work, and other activities.
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Linking dental care with other aspects of healthcare in order to provide a coordinated service to the patients that is more comprehensive.
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I think I would learn well in a small-group setting because it is personal and intimate. The instructor is often times more available for questions and extra help. You learn how to work with others and there is a small team of support as you work on assignments and study the material.
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There are many graduating hygienists each year filling up the the field, making it more difficult to find a job.
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I am very organized with my time. I use a planner to help keep track of my responsibilities and activities. It requires balance to manage the different aspects of my life. A big key is not to procrastinate.
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51. Do you feel that the government should be involved with mandating insurance? Subsidizing insurance?
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This is a touchy subject for most people. Some people feel like it should be left to the individual to find insurance, some feel entitled to the fact that the employer should provide the insurance, and some feel like it's the government's duty. I see pros and cons for all three situations. I personally feel like its either the governments or the individuals' job, not the employer. From what I know about government-run health care programs like in
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Not sure how i really feel about that.
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The government should not mandate insurance because it is the people decision on whether or not to have it.
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Yes, I do feel they should mandate and subsidize the insurance, with a change of approach.
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No because it is not fair to people. Even though it does have some benefits, it has even more drawbacks. Like even though everyone gets dental insurance, you dont get to choose how good of a plan. Everyone get one dental plan and has to make it work for them instead of choosing one that would best suit their lives.
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52. What is the biggest responsibility that you have ever had?
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The bigest responsability I have ever had is being a mother. Knowing that I am responsible for another individual's life is of great importance and creates a lot of pressure to perform.
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During my time at HOHC I was responsible for scheduling patients, scheduling Doctors to volunteer at the clinic, greeting them and ensuring they had every thing they would need from prescription pads to a volunteer nurse, and they knew what room to head into. I assist volunteer doctors with answering questions about labs, referral resources and patient updates.
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I started babysitting when I was 11. This was a great responsibility for me which increased as I got older as the number of children I would care for would increase. I was responsible for the well-being of these children.School-wide service project senior yearMoving out- responsible for my own bills and such
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Having a Job. It is a big responsibilty. its not just you youd be affecting. its the customers, your managers and associates.
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53. What role does humor play in your life? Can you laugh at yourself?
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A huge role in my life and yes i can most defiantly laugh at myself.
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Humor is a huge part of my daily life. I think that my day is not complete without laughing or smiling. I love making people laugh and making my family smile. I laugh at myself all the time, especially when I do something out of the ordaniary.
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Yes, infact I think having a good sense of humor can help lighten up any mood.
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Humor plays a big role in my life. I believe that we need a certain amount of humor to stay healthy and sometimes it is good to laugh at ourselves because it reminds us that we are human. Life needs to be fun and not so serious.
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There are times to be serious, and times to joke. There is always a time of day to add a little joke in to make someones day better. I can laugh at myself and my mistakes because no one is perfect.
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54. What do you like best about our school?
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i like being able to learn how to do things for my career and be a help to the patient
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its the best and is with the same the same city. i dont have to relocate
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Good academic results, heard good comments about it.
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The environment. Between the center for academic success, the tutors and student instructors and the teachers, everyone is so helpful. You are really given every opportunity to succeed here.
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I love how interested all the professors are in helping the students achieve their goals.
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55. How do you feel about working with indigent patients?
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It does not bother me to work with indigent patients, in fact I think working with indigent patients would be the most rewarding.
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i do not mind working with indigent. i have experience working with needy customers in retail and needy children when i was a summer camp counselor. i always handled situations well, and am looking forward to working with any type of patient.
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Fortunate to be able to provide care for those who cannot help themselves. Indifferent because every patient should be regarded equally.
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I am very familiar and feel comfortrable with working with indigent people since those were the main group of patients that i have treated on the past.
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In my experience in working with VA patients, I love it. It can be the most rewarding at times. It feels great to provide for those who really need it who may not otherwise be able to afford it.
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56. A dental practice, acts like a business, do you have any business experience?
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I have been the Administrative Assistant for a non-profit dental clinic for the past two years. I have trained new employees and new volunteers for the clinic and established projects that utilize their time wisely. I have effectively come up with new solutions like implementing EMR for the nurse triage. Throughout the course of these two years I have handled conflicts with patients and resolved them in a diplomatic manner.
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No, i dont.
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No, i dont.
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I am currently taking business classes. I hope to emphasize in business.
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Selling dentistry.
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57. Who or what has influenced you in this decision?
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My family and the first hygienist that i went for my dental cleaning. it was after i moved here from pakistan, where i have been so particular about my dental care.
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I am the only thing that has influenced my decision in dental hygiene. Family and friends and my personal hygienist have motivated me with my decision, but I am the reason for the decision.
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My dentist influenced my in my decision. I loved how passionate he is about dental health and i hope that i can show as much compasion as he does.
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My family and friends helped me recognize what i was good like hand coordination and helping people and science and encouraged me to further investigate the field.
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Myself and seeing past dentists and the pressure they are under.
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58. Have you ever had a bad experience at the Dentist before you were a Hygienist? What did you learn from it?
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I spit up Versed all over an assistant when I was 3 because they wanted to papoose me to do treatment on a small cavity. I still remember the nurse telling me about the experience in a negative way. I learned that you have to stay positive to patients.
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I can remember one time when I had braces, the assistant that came to adjust my wire obviously didnt know what she was doing. She was pushing and pulling all over the place and couldnt figure out what was wrong. I kept thinking I dont want this lady again. I learned from that experience that I want to make sure I know what im doing at all times, and if I dont, I need to find help so I dont make my patient uncomfortable.
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Prolonged treatment. Be honest.
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59. Why do you care about other peoples teeth?
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Because a smile is one of the most important features of expression. I also think dental hygiene is something that many people tend to neglect and/or are not educated about. Its important to educate people on the possible risks of poor oral hygiene and the effects it can have on other parts of your body.
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Because I care about the health of people. I want to be able to help solve their issues or concerns about their teeth. When it comes to kids they are our next upcoming generation! If we show them techniques and healthy oral habits to maintain the health of their teeth then they will most likely pass that down.
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Because if people do not have good oral health then it can lead to them having other health problems that could cause them serious health problems.
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60. How would friends describe you?
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Fun loving, easy to get along with, loves helping others and very honest..
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Determined, outgoing, active.
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Determined, accountable, friendly and a good listener. They would definitely say that I always have a positive attitude.
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Loving, caring, outgoing, compassionate, easy to talk to, fun loving and hard working.
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I think my friends would describe me as a quiet and sweet girl. In a large group, i would be the listener and not the talker. And i am kind hearted to people and I respect people opinions and and considerate towards situations and people. I am crazy at times but i am reserved.
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61. Do you have any experiences volunteering in such underserved areas?
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No but i would love to particate in one.
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Upon graduating from a dental hygiene program and gaining experience in the work field I plan to join the peace corps and volunteer my time.
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Not as of now, but during breaks at school I plan to get in contact with the Department of Human Health, and participate in such.
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Personally I don't. This is just another reason why pursuing a career in DH will be very rewarding to me.
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No, but I would love to get involved with a dental charity and do what I could to help serve.
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62. Did you grow up in an area that has a dental health professional shortage?
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I grew up in a very rural area of North Carolina and the nearest dentist was over an hour away. Good Morning America came to the local elementary school and did a segment emphasizing the importance of oral health. It had a significant impact on the community.
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No i did not.
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No, I did not, I was lucky enough to have dental health services available to me.
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I grew up in a small town with no dentists or doctors, but everyone would always drive 30-45 minutes to go see them.
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I would not say that that area that I grew up in had a dental health care shortage because we have at least two in Chalmette and multiple others in Metairie.
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63. What are you looking for in this profession?
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I am looking for the profession as a long term career which provides peace of of mind by benefitiing others through fufilling their preventive dental needs and improving their overall health.
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In this career, I am looking for a passionate and professional setting that I can be comfortable in and enjoy doing.
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I am looking to master this profession, and hopefully become world reknown and help those in need.
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I'm looking to enter into a profession that I am passionate about. I was to establish a career that is conducive to the goals I have for my future family. I was to obtain a skill set that will allow me to give back to my community and be the bridge that allows me to reach others through over seas mission.
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64. Do you have specific interests related to Dentistry?
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White bright smile.
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I would love to be a Pediatric Dental Hygienist. I love working with kids and I want to be the one to teach them how important dental care is and I think that I would make a great role model for them.
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I like to examine xrays. I find it very interesting.
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I have a passion for art, especially three dimensional art like pottery and jewelry making, so I really enjoy lab work and building prosthesics etc. I also enjoy working with people and I feel working with patients as a hygienist with give me an opportunity to build a relationship with them on their regular recalls that working as an assistant did not with the patients who only pass through the restorative side.
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When I was a child I loved playing with playdough and I like intricate things that require attention to detail.
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65. What do you have to offer the profession?
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I have so much to offer to the dental hygiene profession. I have my outgoing personality which I feel would make any patient feel comfortable, I have a big caring heart as well and I care about my patients and how I am making an impact on them.
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I am service oriented. I love helping individuals and teaching them how to live healthier lives. Healthier lives means happier lives.
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Dedication and believe that the profession is a worthwhile cause and should be offered and presented to the community. I am willing to challenge myself in advancing my learning, and also to find new and innovative ways to connect with my patients.
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I am fresh hout of college therefore, i am equipped with the most current knowledge. Also, i am very kind and compassionate and i work well in a team setting.
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A hardworking, hygienist that will treat her patients with care and will be around for them for many years to come.
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66. What do you think are two major ethical issues facing dentistry today?
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Not having Dental insurance and people not having proper DH education.
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The lack of dental insurance and lack of DH education are two major ethical issues facing dentistry today.
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I have noticed lately that a big one is not having dental insurance or not being able to afford dental care.
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Dentists who are in it just to make money and don't think of the interest of the patient.
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Excessive/unnecessary treatment and insurance fraud.
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67. Tell me about yourself.
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I am very outgoing and it is easy for me to make friends. I think that I am easy to talk to and people are able to tell me things easily without worrying I will tell others. I have alot of drive. I am not one to give up and call it quits. When I don't succeed at something the first time it makes me work harder and strive to succeed. I genuinely care about people. I enjoy talking to people of all ages, and after I talk to someone I feel like I am friends with them.
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Strong, determined and focused.
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I'm 21 i'm from little rock arkansas. i am from a family of 7 girls and 1 boy.
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i am a well-educated and experienced student seeking a profession as a dental hygenist. i am dedicated to making this my career, and have been very passionate about this for a few years now.
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I graduated dental hygiene this past year. I am in the process of completing my undergraduate degree via distance and online education. So I will have a degree and diploma by 2013. I have always had a passion for oral health, because unfortunately I had alot of caries as a kid. Now that I am a dental hygienist, I educate and promote dental hygiene as much as I can to those who are in my chair, because I feel so strongly about it.
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68. What do you do in your spare time?
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In my spare time i am either studying and reading about things that interest me, or doing some type of activity with my hands. i always try to keep busy in an educational form.
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In my spare time i am either studying and reading about things that interest me, or doing some type of activity with my hands. i always try to keep busy in an educational form.
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In my spare time i am either studying and reading about things that interest me, or doing some type of activity with my hands. i always try to keep busy in an educational form.
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I enjoy shopping and relaxing.
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Maintaining my household, gardening, taking care of my sons and dogs, outdoor activities.
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69. Describe your volunteer experiences.
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For the past five years I have volunteered at my church with the children's program. This is a very rewarding position. You have the opportunity to impact a child's life every week what may seem like small ways but invariably results in establishing a very strong relationship. I have worked for HOHC for the past two years, starting off as volunteering, seeing a need and making a career change that I am very passionate about.
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Ive worked in several leadership positions in my church with many opportunities to serve. I was part of my high school's peer leadership team. We travelled to various elementary school providing a drug free and antiviolence message. We also had many opportunities to serve in our school and in our community. Currently I am part of a group that tutors students whose primary language is not English.
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Eversince I came here in Canada, I joined the Calgary Bridge Foundation. At first I'm a member, but I wanted to become a peer leader and help new immigrants to be able to adjust to their new life here. I also volunteered in the Drop In Centre. We give foods to the homeless.
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I went in everyday eager to learn and never knew what was in store for me.
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I have been volunteering at a non profit organization called Miles of Smiles, where I have been allowed to work chair side assisting the dentist and hygienist, helping them rinse and isolating a tooth while doing a sealant. I also helped out with charting and the cleaning of the tools.
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70. What do you have to offer our school?
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I have many things to offer. The best I have is my experience in the Dental Field for the last 12 years. Knowing how to speak, and deal with people are two of my strongest points.
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I am a very hard worker, I have had a good amount of experience in the field, and I enjoy helping people.
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I can offer good interpersonal skills and the ability to care for others. I have good time keeping abilities as I hate to run late for things. My heart is set on helping people to live a healthy life and by being able to offer brilliant oral hygiene advice I am able to improve their health and make sure they dont catch illnesses that way.
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I would try to be a role model for future students and be a success story for the school. I would also try to succeed in all my courses and clinicals that I partake in during my years at the school to really prove how proud and grateful I am to have such an amazing oppurtunity to attend such a great school.
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I have ambition and the passion to do the best job that I can in the dental hygiene program. I have spent a few years with this being my primary goal. Now that I am here, I will give it my all.
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71. What is your weakness?
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My weakness is being upset with me when I do not do something perfect or make a mistake.
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My weakness would be that I am a perfectionist. Usually if I dont perform as well as I would like, it makes me very critical of myself.
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72. When did you make this decision?
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I made this decision when I was in high school.
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2 years back, when I got laid off
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I made this decision my senior year of high school.
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I made this decision to become a dental hygienist when I was a junior in highschool. I was inspired by a dental career booth at a career day at UConn Hospital in CT. The tools inspired me and the way that they presented their table and I just wanted to learn more.
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I made this decision my junior year of high school.
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73. Which do you recommend to patients, water flossing vs string flossing?
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I would definitely recommend string flossing because even though water flossing can remove food particle from your teeth, it will not remove buildup from between the teeth and it should not substitute flossing and brushing.
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String flossing and if possible water flossing to go with it.
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74. What did you dislike about your career that made you to switch to Dental Hygiene?
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Nothing, my career as an assistant made me love dental hygiene so much more.
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I have always wanted to be a hygienist. Dental assisting was just to put my foot in the door before I could apply for hygiene school.
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My current career is very monotonous. I do get to help people, which is great, but I sit in a chair and stare into a computer screen all day. Doing the same thing over and over.
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75. Do you belong to ADHA?
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No. This is something I would be interested in being a part of though.
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I currently do not belong to the ADHA, but will definitely become apart of it at some point.
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Yes, when applying I created an account and submitted part of my application through ADHA
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76. Describe a day without stress.
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Easy going.
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Patient flow smooth and timely.
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A day without stress is a day hiking the mountains with my husband and a campfire with marshmallows to follow.
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A saterday for an employed person, with no obligations or thinking.
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Growing up Sunday was always my stress free day. We started with Church, then of course some great fried catfish, and went home to play dominoes around the kitchen table with my amazing family.
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77. Do you enjoy socializing with patients?
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To a certain degree yes, but only about the general topics, nothing personal.
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I do. I would enjoying getting to know a patient and interacting on a daily basis because you can build relationships and see them as they progress while they are being comfortable with you.
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