If you’re looking at starting a new career, you may be employer shopping. Finding the right career can be difficult no matter what your current education or work experience is. If you’re interested in a career where you can either own your own business or work under a competent professional, you may want to become an orthodontist.
Orthodontists help children and adults correct problems with their teeth and jaws. Their work goes beyond the installation and upkeep of traditional wire braces.
They may also handle some oral surgeries, depending on their education level. Orthodontists sometimes work underneath more senior orthodontists. Some orthodontists start their own practices and only work with a small number of patients.
Depending on your career goals, becoming an orthodontist may be a great way for you to enter a high-income field that allows you to be independent and support your community by providing essential services. The video posted above can teach you more about what to expect from a career as an orthodontist, including your earning potential, education requirements, and more. If you’re interested in this career path, consider watching the video fully and reaching out to orthodontists in your area to learn more about what it’s like to work as one in the long term.