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My Mission is to get 'You' into Dental School by helping you to articulate highly effective, strategic, long term goals of service to those who are underserved by our oral health care resources worldwide.

How My Service Works

I work together as a team with international dentists and other applicants to DDS and DMD as well as Masters and residency programs so as to produce the most effective Statement possible on your behalf. First, you provide me with all of the information that we need by filling out my Online Interview Form and sending me your resume or CV if you have one. Most clients also send me a rough draft of at least one page. The more information you provide me with—your ideas, how you think—the more authentic and effective your Statement will be. I can usually finish the statement within 24 hours from the time that you make your payment. 

First, I read your Online Interview and rough draft, as well as looking over your resume or CV if you have one. Then I edit and enhance your material, often completely re-writing your statement if necessary. Whenever possible, I add creative ideas, along more eloquent and sophisticated word choices and artful transitions. When I send your Personal Statement for Dental School, I ask that you make any changes that you might deem appropriate yourself first, making the document more your own so that it sounds a bit more like you, especially for non-native speakers of English. Delete what you do not want and add what you do, before I provide the final revision.

We Work Together as a Team!

Step 1.) Complete my Online Interview Form with as much detail as possible.

Step 2.) Send resume/CV and/or rough draft to: drrobertedinger@gmail.com

Step 3.) Often, I need additional information and I send you a detailed list of specific, personal questions so that your personal statement for admission to a dental program stands out from the crowd of applicants fighting for a limited number of seats..

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My Mission: Your Acceptance to Dental School

I help scores of applicants each year to be accepted to programs of advanced study in dentistry, DDS, DMD, Masters,  residency and fellowship programs. I have spent well over a decade doing research concerning the underserved all over the world, those who have the greatest need for and the least access to oral health care resources.

Having spent many years investigating what makes a Personal Statement or Statement of Purpose most effective for dental school, I am able to provide my clients with an edge, a leg up, the very best admission hook that I am capable of writing for each and every applicant who turns to me for support. A great deal rests on your statement. If you are to meet with success, it must be succinct, free of repetition, and eloquent, with appropriate word choice.

Coming from a long background of academic and professional training and volunteer work in the advancement of human rights, I have spent decades getting to know much of the Developing World, particularly Latin America. I place an emphasis on moral principals in dentistry, including respect for ad celebration of diversity, working to strengthen principals of gender and racial equality, human liberation, progressive communication, religion and spirituality, all in a search for increasingly creative and constructive ways to make the world a more egalitarian and harmonious place to live, particularly through the advancement of environmentally friendly technology.

Most of the work that we do is on behalf of women, minorities, and applicants from other parts of the world who wish to study in the USA, Canada, Europe, or Australia. I look forward to helping you soon with your Personal Statement for Dental School. If you are available to answer any final questions that I might have by email, then I can almost always finish your essay within 48 hours from the time that you make your payment and provide me with the information that I need (not necessarily in that order). This is one of the great advantages of my service, that I provide rapid, timely service without asking clients for a rush service fee.

Professional Personal Statements in Dentistry

I weave your ethnicity, travels, language and professional experience into an eloquent portrayal of the best that you can be and the contributions that you look forward to making to the underserved. I especially enjoy working on behalf of those clients whose stated long term goals represent a significant contribution to the progressive enrichment of humanity.

All of the Statement samples on this web site were written more than 2 years ago and all are anonymous.

Up to 1000 words: US$199  + CV/Resume Edit US$299.00

Up to 1500 words: US$249  + CV/Resume Edit US$349

Up to 2000 words: US$299  + CV/Resume Edit US$399

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Professional Personal Statements in Dentistry

I weave your ethnicity, travels, language and professional experience into an eloquent portrayal of the best that you can be and the contributions that you look forward to making to the underserved. I especially enjoy working on behalf of those clients whose stated long term goals represent a significant contribution to the progressive enrichment of humanity.

Indian International Dentist Program Personal Statement Sample

My long-term objective in life since adolescence has been to become the most effective and compassionate dentist possible. This is part of an ethic of service to one’s fellow man that has deep roots in my native India and this is the kind of person that I was raised to become by my parents and extended family – dedicated to a life of service to the community. I take special pride in my sensitivity and my ultimate goal with every patient is to take the necessary time to adequately understand their specific oral health issues. I am in the process of cultivating a lifetime specialty helping geriatric patients because I appreciate and have spent a great deal of time studying the way that they often need tertiary care. May of the underserved are also geriatric patients, especially in my native India and particularly in rural areas, where I hope to return someday in my career as a dentist, after completing my DDS/DMD Degree in America.

Since my arrival in the USA in January of 2016 to begin my Master of Public Health with a focus on Education at XXXX University, I have been a model student and will earn my MPH Degree in early 2018. I have stayed very busy preparing myself to enter a DDS/DMD Program in the United States so that I can continue to advance in my career with the finest training possible. From this coming August 21 forward (36 hours), I will be completing an externship at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, Texas. I have a special, lifetime passion for Endodontics generally speaking and geriatric oral health care in particular; and I see my lifetime focus in these areas as complimentary.

I was 18 years old when I started dental school and not sufficiently mature so as to fully appreciate the opportunity that dental school represented. For this reason, my grades in my first year where not as high as those that I would go on to earn during the following three years of my dental program, showing my ongoing and constant improvement and advancing level of dedication to my studies through my completion of the program in September of 2015. As a student of dentistry, I completed 2 table clinics presentation at 2 different conferences -  "Smear Layer in Endodontics" and "Secondary Retention Form in Amalgam Restoration"

After finishing dental school in India, I worked as a dental assistant at XXXX Multi-specialty Hospital in Ahmedbad, full time for a full year, to complete my internship. I also practiced as an Associate Dentist at XXXX Multi-Specialty Hospital for 3 months where I remained until leaving for the USA to begin my MPH Program.

As a Master’s Student in Public Health at XXXX University, I am also a very active member of our Public Health Undergraduate & Graduate Student Association. Heavily immersed in learning Spanish, I practice my new language at every opportunity that I have to use it. I place great value and priority on learning to communicate well in Spanish because this is the language of such broad sectors of the underserved in the USA and I hope to focus much of my energy in the future helping the least fortunate among us without access to dental care – in America as well as back in my native India at some point in my career.

I am currently working towards publication of an article that began as a project for one of my classes in the MPH Program:”” "Oral Health and Systemic Health: Measuring the Impact of Periodontitis on Diabetes.” I am heavily engaged in the study of data analysis and have taken two classes in this area "Basic Biostatistics” and “Advanced Biostatistics” and I am also becoming proficient in SPSS and SAS software programs for health data.

A treasurer of our elected student committee for 2 consecutive years, community and social service stands at the center of my career priorities. I have spent countless hours serving in no less than 12 community service camps while in dental school, as a leader and an organizaer.  Here in Kentucky, I have volunteered for the K-PHAST (Kentucky Public Health Assistance and Support Team) in addition to shadowing a dentist, Dr. XXXX at XXXX Oral Health Center in XXXX, for 3 months in order to get an exposure to how dentistry is being practiced here in the USA, meeting and collaborating with a variety of dentists in different areas of specialization. This coming August 21st I will begin a 36-hour externship in Endodontics and I was also recently accepted as an intern at the XXXX District Health Department (Oral Health Division) an organization that attends to maternal and child oral health in 8 different counties (September through December, 2017).

I look forward to serving my community for a long professional lifetime here in the USA as well as in India, investing each second of my life in the fulfillment of my professional dreams in dentistry and oral health education as well as research, increasingly multicultural and at the service of the underserved in particular.

I thank you for considering my application.