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Anonymous Samples of My Work in Dentistry
- International Dentist, DDS Application, Oral Surgeon, Latin America
- Saudi Arabian Applicant, Pediatric Dentistry Residency
- Puerto Rican Dentist, Endodontics Advanced Education
- DDS Degree, Endodontics, India
- Advanced Endodontic Certificate Program
- DDS International Dentist from India, Advanced Standing
- DDS Applicant, Ethiopian, Community Dentistry
- Korean DDS, Admission Application Personal Statement for Dental School, Bioengineering
- DDS Admission, Iranian Immigrant, Woman
- Advanced Education in Pediatric Dentistry, AEPD
- Pediatric Dental Residency, Cheerful Taiwanese
- Sample Admission Hook, Indian Woman
- Sample Admission Hook: Yemeni Man
- DDS Dental School, Iranian Woman
- DDS Dental School, Romania, NYC
- DDS Dental School, Hispanic, Latino, Mexican Adventure
- DDS International Dentist, Poland, Explaining TOEFL Scores
- DDS Dental School, African American Woman, Young, Black, Artist
- DDS Dental School, Shadowing, Korean Immigrant
- DDS, Dental School, Diversity, Korean Latino
- DDS: Dental School Korean, Biomedical Engineering
- DDS Dental School, Non-Traditional Admission, Artist, Korea
- DMD Dental School Shadowing Oral Surgeons, Surgery
- DMD Dental School, Not Materialistic, Privilege of Alleviating Pain
- DDS, Dental School, Dentist Father Role Model
- DDS Dental School Internationally Trained Dentist
- Dental Residency, Advanced Education General Dentistry
- MDS, Orthodontics, Master of Dental Science, Orthognathic Surgery
- DMD Dental School, Advanced Standing, Chinese, Hospital Experience
- DDS Dental School, International Dentist, India
- MSD, Master of Science in Dentistry, Orthodontics, Indian Woman
- MS Masters in Prosthodontics Personal Statement, Iranian Christian
- MS Masters, Prosthodontics, Kuwait, Ireland
- MSD Dental School, Masters Orthodontics, Professional Organizations
Helping you is my social service.
I turned my PHD in World Religions (University of Southern California, 1995) into a celebration of diversity in dental school admissions, especially for applicants born in the Developing World who look forward to returning to their countries of origin to help with the great need that exists for new initiatives in oral health care for the masses of ordinary people, many if not most of whom have never seen a dentist. I do this because I see Jesus in the faces of poor children without adequate health care. Since finishing my own doctoral studies almost 20 years ago in religion, ethics, and liberation, I have dedicated my professional life to the study of what makes the Personal Statement or Statement of Purpose most effective, with special attention to dental school.
Most of my clients are people for whom English is a second language. Almost all are multilingual and many have extensive experience from outside the United States. Some are already dentists who have completed their training and already practiced dentistry in their country of origin; and now they are applying to Advanced Placement Programs leading to the DDS degree in America, Canada, England and Australia. Most of our clients also share an interest in serving the desperate need for extensive new initiatives in oral health care geared towards meeting the needs of societies’ most vulnerable sectors in the Developing World.
I am convinced that one’s ethnicity, language skills, and multicultural experiences need to be woven together in a most eloquent fashion in your Personal Statement, as interconnected themes that radiate throughout your admission essay. Your ethnic or racial background and international aptitudes are your greatest assets as an applicant, and they need to be carefully related to both your short and long term goals. Along with my associate Steve, I do everything that I can to make your personal statement to dental school as effective as possible. After a careful review of your material, we ask you highly specific questions born from our many years of experience writing dental statements. We are seasoned experts concerning what is important to include, and what is not. We have also had a great deal of practice at condensing a lot of material onto two double-spaced pages (we like to think of it as brain surgery).
Often, in both the questions that we write for you as well as the statement itself, we contribute creative ideas that help to make your case for admission much more powerful. Dental school is extremely competitive. It is not enough to suggest that you are hoping to contribute to the diversity of the program; you must demonstrate in especially creative ways how your own unique combination of high motivation and multicultural background makes you uniquely suited to dentistry and that you have enormous potential for meeting the oral health care needs of the planet’s underserved populations.
The anonymous examples of our work on our web site are several years old and are placed here with the permission of the applicant .