After receiving further training in Periodontics in the USA, I look forward to returning to my native Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, to give my all to Periodontics in the city that I most love. Jeddah is one of the most beautiful international cities in the Middle East. I look forward to bringing my cutting-edge training to good use, providing this kind of top-notch dental care to people from all over the world in the practice I look forward to developing in Jeddah. I also look forward to networking with other Periodontists throughout the Middle East, building professional solidarity, organization, and advancement in Periodontics in our part of the world. I also look forward to teaching in my field, passing on the torch of progress in Periodontics to new generations of students in Jeddah.
It was always my intention to spend my life ‘making a difference rather than merely making a living. I thought long and hard about how I could translate my meaning into reality and considered several healthcare career paths. When I looked at dentistry, I noted that every dentist I spoke to reported a very high level of professional satisfaction. It was also an excellent fit for me as I have a solid esthetic sense and a wish to work on a one-to-one basis with patients over the long term. It is a decision that I have never regretted. As my training and work have progressed, I have become more interested in periodontics and now wish to acquire the specialist skills and knowledge to enable me to practice, research, and teach this vital specialty in which so many exciting developments in techniques and materials are taking place.
From the time I was a small child, I dreamed of helping people, especially as a healthcare worker, a doctor, or a dentist treating people and curing them of their ills. Later, I daydreamed about educating them, especially about oral hygiene and lifestyle choices, and learning to live in optimal, healthy ways. Nothing brings me greater joy than seeing people with beautiful smilelargest and most belargestautiful teeth, significantly if I have contributed to the beauty of this smile in particular. For years, I have spent much if not most of my free time reading about dentistry; most recently, I have invested countless hours in a close examination of the use of natural sources in the promotion of oral health, as well as ways to go about assisting with public health education about the importance of lifestyle choices and oral hygiene for the maintenance of oral health in people of all ages. When possible, I like being able to recommend natural remedies to my patients rather than chemical or synthetic ones; I look forward to learning a great deal about this area of dentistry while giving my all to a residency program in the USA. People the importance of good health and are aware of the natural source to improve their health,
I graduated near the top of my class in dental school in 2013, at King Abdulaziz University, with a GPA of 3.69. I sent on to practice general dentistry, spending most of 2015 and 2016 with the Saudi Ministry of Health. I currently serve as a dental officer at the Saudi Ministry of the Interior. I also do as a dentist at a ManI polyclinic in Jeddah.
I feel called to leadership in Periodontics in Saudi Arabia and keenly look forward to advanced training in this field. Self-reliant and hardworking, I will give my all to the institution that selects me to serve. Calm and humble, I am looking forward to long hours on my feet. Having seen much of the world, living in France for a year-and-a-half, and getting to know Switzerland, Germany, Turkey, and much of the Middle East, I am multicultural and multilingual. Flexible and adaptable, I thrive working with people from all over the world, walks of life, and diverse backgrounds.
I thank you for considering my application.