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For as many applicants as possible, I draft the first part of your Statement completely free of charge to promote my service. More than half of these applicants decide to commission me to finish drafting the entire statement. This is how I support myself and my only child Davy Dylan, laying a little something aside for his future. 

drrobertedinger@gmail.com

DMD Dental School, Oral Surgery

February 24, 2012

 


Throughout my undergraduate years, I have immersed myself in the field of dentistry. It began with the Certificate in Conceptual Foundations of Medicine Program where I was given an overview of medical ethics, the nature of explanation and evidence in the biomedical sciences, and social problems such as assessments of alternative forms of health care delivery; this was eighteen credit hours over and above my major course-load.

It was by shadowing three oral surgeons, however, that I became increasingly inspired to begin a career in dental surgery. While the seeds had been planted long ago in high school, sympathizing, for example, with a fellow classmate who could not afford dental care, and seeing his mouth deteriorate over the course of several years was disturbing to me; I wanted to help people like him.

When I watched a jaw reconstruction with a major bone graft, I found the process of the surgery especially fascinating and exciting. I couldn't believe I was watching a jaw, assuredly destroyed, being seamlessly restored, with minimal scarring that could be cosmetically restored with a modicum of plastic surgery. I had felt sympathy for this poor individual with such a terrible disfigurement. Afterwards, I marveled at the seemingly miraculous process of dental surgery and how it can give back so much more than just "structure" to a patient. I have my heart set on becoming part of the oral and maxillofacial surgery field. It is where my central passion lies.

I am currently working with one of my advisors on a project using mercury sensors in the mouth. Soon, I will be beginning a teaching assistant position for an upper-level science course in Biochemistry. What better way to sharpen, practice, and keep my education alive than to teach others. I live to excel, increase my education, and become a well-rounded professional that is ready to meet the challenges of our future in dentistry.

I come from an impoverished area, and I give back in any way I can: I give organized a food drive, helped with blood drives, as well as volunteering with XXXX Hospital's surgery ward, organizing and preparing the required safety seminar and video for all employees.

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