One Dental will supply all your dental equipment, be sure to treat them with care.
As daunting as it may seem in the beginning, the Bachelor of Oral Health coordinators and educators are very friendly and supportive and will be glad to offer any assistance you may require - don't be afraid to ask for help from the staffs and fellow students.
The semesters are generally slightly longer than those on other University courses, but it's worth it in the end.
Managing your time will become second nature to you throughout this course, which is an added benefit when you start working and very beneficial during the examination and assessment periods.
Taking an exam while nodding off is difficult to say the least. It gets even worse when treating a child who won't sit still while your eyes won't focus. To get the best results and to enjoy the time you have together as a cohort, get seven - nine hours of sleep every night, and try to have a regular pattern of sleep.
The oral health therapy profession encourages not only good oral health, but also overall wellbeing. Don't forget to keep a smile on your face.7. Always keep a smile on your face.
Studying always comes with challenging hurdles. Perseverance is the key to overcoming these barriers. Always try your best to become the best oral health practitioner you can be.
Socialising with your peers is important, as they will be your support network for the duration of your studies.
As an oral health student, you will practise and perform many procedures that are extremely intricate and detail sensitive. During simulation sessions, take things one step at a time, know your content and your procedure inside out before proceeding. Increasing your attention to detail will ultimately aid your development and the precision of your work.