Why I love being an Orthodontic Nurse

i-love-being-ortho-nurse-dnnMy typical day as an orthodontic nurse is full of variety. From bonding treatments to space closure, every case is different because each patient requires a unique prescription.

Today’s list included a de-bond for a Class III surgical patient, which is always interesting.

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I've never been able to leave dental nursing behind!

Natalie-Wallace-interviewWhat's your background in dental nursing?

My whole working life has been spent in dentistry. My career began when I left school at sixteen and went to work in a hospital. They offered me a two-year trainee contract and I began my training as a community dental nurse.

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Interview with Michelle Meredith.

Michelle-MeredithHow did you begin as a dental nurse?

If I’m honest, it was by accident! I was 19 at the time and I was training in theatre school as a dancer. I saw an advert for a dental nurse position while in between jobs and I thought I could do it through the winter when there was no dancing work.

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Meet Kimberley - we love her enthusiasm.

K-SteeleWhat was your route into dental nursing?

I knew when I was 16 that I wanted to leave school, so I spoke to my parents about what my options were, and they recommended dentistry. I was undergoing orthodontic work at the time, and I asked my orthodontist about it. 

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