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ks at the clinic have been to develop x-ray films and set up trays for treatments, but, I also had the opportunity to observe doctors performing root canal treatments and various Endodontic procedures.
Dental procedures and the use of instruments have not been the only aspects of dentistry that I learned there. The doctors I have been working with are graduate dental students. I was able to observe how much time and efforts they have invested to succeed there. The doctors always shared with me that their hard work has always paid off at the end when patients thank them and tell them how dental treatments make their lives easier.
To explore different fields in dentistry, I have also volunteered at the Dental Fear Research Clinic at the University of Washington, School of Dentistry for five months, from three to five hours a week. This clinic specializes in patients that have some type of dental fears. I was very impressed to observe Dr. Tar-Chee Aw at work with his team of dental assistants and psychologists, seeking the best methods to relieve the patient’s anxieties and discomforts. My experiences at the dental clinics shaped my desire to help people with oral health needs. These lessons have been invaluable to me to succeed in a dental school. I am also planning to volunteer in a community (public) clinic and a private clinic in the near future.
I have also had the opportunity to learn many laboratory techniques from my prior experiences in different laboratories. I have worked in a Biochemistry laboratory since my freshman year. The focus of our research is to study the metabolic mechanisms of Saccharomyces cerevisiae (yeast species), especially the interaction between BMH and ADR1 proteins, which are known to be involved in transcription regulation of the carbohydrate utilization in yeast.
The focus is to identify the specific binding site of BMH to ADR1 and how this affects the glucose´s repressible pathway in the metabolism. This research is not only
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Having read the article on the dental hygienist’s task, it has opened new avenues to understanding not only the responsibilities of a dental hygienist but also the ways of performing one’s duties efficiently. Oral communication is very important in this job because oral hygiene is a personal matter and not all people are open to the idea of having their mouths examined by other people.
In fact, poor oral health has been found to cause pain and infection in children that can result in several issues like difficulty in eating, speaking, playing, or paying attention in school (The Healthy States Initiative, 2008). Research has revealed that dental health issues result in loss of nearly 50 million school hours each year – an issue which is 12 times more prevalent in low-income group children (The Healthy States Initiative, 2008).
This service mainly targets children unable to obtain treatment from private dentists. School children access free dental checkups at least once every year. About half of children from low income households experience dental decay. The school dental programs aim at reducing the occurrence of dental carries among school children.
Even highly skilled and qualified members of the labor market are at times denied of employment because of bad, crooked teeth. Thus, many are supporting the proposal to lower dental fees in order for low-income people to be able to pay for important dental procedures.
The most important aim of dental practise in prisons is to reduce the future occurrence of dental problems. This is achieved only by modification of the life style. The important things include using fluoride toothpaste, stopping tobacco chewing and modification of diet for proper dental health.
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