“I’m a pediatric dental assistant at Belmont’s Albany and I’m looking to move to Oakland,” the Redditor wrote.
“What would you like to do for a living?”
The AMA answered the question, and I thought to myself, “I’ve been a dentist for the past five years and have seen a lot of people doing amazing things that have made a big difference in their lives.
So I thought I’d see if I could find out how I could do my part and give back to this community.”
Here are the things I would like to see done in Oakland, California, and other cities: * Start a new dental clinic or clinic.
* Find a way to have a dental appointment at home with a partner.
* Give out a free dental plan to anyone who is sick or injured and need dental care.
I’m currently a pediatric assistant at Albany’s Albany Family Dentistry, which is located in the heart of downtown Oakland, near the intersection of Fifth and Mission Streets.
I also do general office work and I’ve been teaching my patients how to make dental floss, which are often used to fill cavities.
I’ve seen this work first-hand and know how much it can save a family from having to deal with dental insurance and other medical expenses.
My current colleagues at Albany are so supportive of my efforts that I decided to try to do something to help them too.
For those of you who have never heard of me, I’m Anna.
I’m 31 years old and I live in the Bay Area.
I work in the community, and my primary job is to help people with their dental needs.
I love working with kids and I am a great example to all the younger dentists out there, and especially to dentists in my community, who have to deal daily with kids who don’t want to wear a toothbrush.
I also have a passion for teaching kids how to use dental equipment, which helps keep teeth clean and healthy.
I have an impressive teaching background, and have taught more than 700 students over the last four years.
In 2016, I became the first person to complete a two-year program at a high school in Oakland.
I am passionate about improving the lives of children and their parents.
Here’s my advice for those of us in the dental profession: Don’t be afraid to ask questions and seek out help.
Ask me about the process for finding a dentist and if I’m the right fit for you.
It’s always a good idea to be open to hearing other perspectives when you’re considering a career in the industry.
Do a Google search for “dental office in Oakland.”
There’s tons of great information out there and I hope you find something you like.