Why consider a career in dentistry?
- Hands on
Dentistry provides terrific opportunities to apply knowledge of techniques in the clinical setting and deliver various forms of non-invasive and invasive treatment on a daily basis.
Dentists must draw upon a broad range of knowledge, including human anatomy and physiology; extensive understanding of the application of dental procedures and good patient management to provide effective treatment for patients of all ages.
- Varied career pathways
There are plenty of pathways available to you in dental practice. You might consider one of the dental specialties, such as oral surgery or orthodontics, working for the armed forces or perhaps pursue a desire to work with children or disabled people in the salaried dental services. Each field presents a host of new and rewarding challenges.
- Continued Professional Development
Dentistry is a dynamic and evolving profession; thus, it is required that dentists update and develop their professional knowledge and skills throughout their working life.
- Working with people
Dentistry provides fantastic opportunities to build relationships with patients and co-workers alike.
As a dentist you will not be subjected to some of the interferences that other professionals have to deal with at the start of their careers, you have freedom to make decisions within the context of a supportive professional environment. Not only this, but as a dentist you have the opportunity to make a business out of your profession.
- Job security
Dentistry yields up to 98% employment rates for university leavers.
Dentistry can earn you a comfortable living, but it is hard work, both at university and in practice.
If there aren’t enough reasons here or there’s something you’re unsure about, send us an email and we’ll endeavour to answer any queries you may have.
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