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Why Choose Dentistry

Choosing a career in dentistry can be a rewarding and fulfilling decision for many reasons. Here are some factors to consider that we will discuss in much more detail on the FutureDent course.


Helping Others

Dentistry is a healthcare profession that allows you to directly impact people's lives by promoting oral health. Helping patients achieve and maintain healthy smiles can contribute to their overall well-being.

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Variety of Specialties

Dentistry offers various specialties, including orthodontics, oral surgery, paediatric dentistry, dental public health and much more. This diversity allows you to find an area that aligns with your interests and passion within the field.

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Art and Science Integration

Dentistry is a unique blend of art and science. The craftsmanship required for procedures like cosmetic dentistry or prosthodontics allows for creative expression within the parameters of scientific principles.

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Positive Patient Relationships

Dentists build long-term relationships with their patients. Establishing trust and rapport can lead to a fulfilling sense of connection and make a positive impact on the lives of those you serve.

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Job Stability and Demand

Dental services are consistently in demand. The need for preventive and corrective dental care ensures a stable job market, potentially providing job security and financial stability throughout your career.

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Community Impact

Dentists often play a crucial role in community health. By providing dental care and education, you contribute to the overall wellbeing of the community, addressing oral health inequalities and promoting healthier lifestyles.

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Lifelong Learning

Dentistry is a field that continually evolves with advancements in technology and research. This allows for ongoing learning and professional development, keeping the profession intellectually stimulating.

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Professional Autonomy

Dentists often have the opportunity to run their own practices, giving them a sense of professional autonomy. You can shape your practice, decide on treatment plans, and create a work environment that aligns with your values.

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Global Opportunities

Dentistry is a globally recognised profession. With the right qualifications, you may have the opportunity to work in different countries, contributing your skills to diverse communities and gaining a broader perspective on healthcare.

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