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Sample 1st Paragraph in Endodontics, Applicant from Iran

I am a dentist originally from Iran who is now licensed to practice dentistry not only in Iran but also Western Europe as well as California. A hard worker, I distinguish myself by my love for a smile. Ever since I became a dentist almost 20 years ago, I have been drawn to endodontics. I believe this is because it is my nature to go to the root of the problem that I am attending and I prefer to make the person well; if possible, I would rather save my patients’ teeth than pull them. Since 2004, I have been devoted primarily to endodontics work, first in Germany, 2004-2009, and now California, 2012 to the present, working as an Associate Dentist. It seems appropriate to me that I now finish the terminal degree in my area. I want to become the very best endodontist that I can possibly be; so I ask for admission to your distinguished program.

This is a video presentation of an actual root canal procedure. It's meant to ease your fear of it, and show you how simple of an experience it is in the hands of a root canal specialist. This patient is not an actress. It is performed by Dr. Nima Dayan

altMy name is Dr. Robert F. Edinger.  I help dentists and students of dentistry from all over the world to be selected for admission to advanced education programs. 

I only do my best, taking the time to reflect on your story as well, usually doing some internet research on your behalf.

I especially enjoy working on behalf of those clients whose stated long term goals represent a significant contribution to helping the underserved.

I attend to my clients, generally speaking, in the order in which I have received their payments.​

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