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1Ipparxos · 7/19/12 7:29am · 2 years 4 months ago · Edit · Delete
I am a Registered Dental hygienist who just gruaeatdd in the spring. I have had serious health problems in the past that severely affected the state and apprearance of my teeth. Although I am healthy now, I still have an unattractive smile, one that looks unhealthy. I am in need of a full mouth rehabilitation but cannot afford it. I have always wanted to be a hygienist but I felt too embarrassed of my smile and lacked the confidence to pursue my dream. One day I decided to quit my job and let go of my teeth insecurites in order to pursue my ambition to become a hygienist. I obtained my lisence to practice in July. Unfortunetly is has been 6 months that I have been looking for a job and I still have not secured any type of employment. I am getting interviews and even though I am a very skilled, qualified and talented individual, I am not getting any job offers. I suspect my less than perfect smile has something to do with this. All my other collegues have all secured employement by now. In one instance both my friend and I applied for the same job. She got hired although she is only fluent in French and can barely manage to speak English. I , on the other hand can speak 4 lanquages fluently.. I did not understand this hiring decision.Working in the dental industry definitly increases the pressure to have an attractive smile. An attractive smile means a healthy indivudual and a healthy individual is a perfect role model for clients to follow. A dental office also has a certain image to maintain. Just as a Hair Salon would not hire a hairdresser with damaged unhealthy looking hair, or a Clothing boutique would not hire a clerk who is not clean and neet of appearance, A dental office would not hire an individual with an unhealthy and unattractive smile, regardless of the circumstances. And that is unfortunate for me!
2Hayder · 8/19/12 2:55am · 2 years 3 months ago · Edit · Delete
White teeth!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? I really want white teeth like Katy Perry mine are white but not brghit white I don't want to bleach them or use fruit because that destroys the tooth can anyone tell me how many times I should brush my teeth for super white teeth and what tooth paste makes them whiter and any other tips that are natural and aren't harmful
3Shakur · 9/9/12 12:03pm · 2 years 2 months ago · Edit · Delete
My AVG free edition canont heal three viruses.? I scanned my laptop with AVG free edition and it found three viruses which it moved to the Virus Vault. It canont heal them. Their Names are: Trojan Horse SHeur.AACD Trojan Horse Small.2.BC Trojan Horse Small.2.BC Please tell me if they are bad and if so, how do I clean them for good and make sure these never infect my computer again. Help is appreciated. By the way, I use Windows Vista Thank You
4Haya · 8/6/13 6:39am · 1 year 3 months ago · Edit · Delete
Answer:By:LarrySmile Hello Doc!No. Post 9/11 G.I. Bill is for enlisted pelpoe.Officers already have a college degree.If you are getting a direct commission then you are either: a doctor, dentist, lawyer, clergy, or nurse.If you have a doctorate you are probably a lawyer.If you have dependents in the future you will have to sponsor them for their college much the same way as you received your advanced degrees up the academic chain of education.Congratulations on being direct commissioned.Best wishes,Larry SmithSenior Master Sergeant, USAF (Ret.)First Sergeant

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