Dental school nurtures ties with industry

http://www.buffalo.edu/ubreporter/2009_08_26/dental_partnerships

Congratulations Carlos! Your expertise, care, drive and experience continues to shine through. We are proud of you – keep up your good work!

-Dr Dan Fischer, Neil Jessop and the Ultradent team.

Category: From the Field
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Paterno
Hi Mary,I would advise you to try and gain some work eneeripxce in a dental practice or hospital, and do anything you can to show potential employers that you are serious about becoming a dental nurse, for example, complete an approved first aid course, make sure you are up to date on CPR techniques, read about what is involved in being a dental nurse and learn as much as you can about the dental profession and dental treatments. There is lots for you to read about on my website!!With some eneeripxce and knowledge behind you, you will be able to show your enthusiasm not only in your covering letter and CV, but also in an interview!!Good luck.Katy.