It’s time to give everyone a great smile in BitLife! Dentist is one of the career choices in the game, and since it has its own dedicated school choice, it is pretty easy to become a dentist. There are a limited amount of things left up to chance in this career path, so if you’re looking to become a dentist you’ve found the right guide – here it our BitLife guide on how to become a dentist!
Be a Good Child
During your early years, you’ll want to focus on being a good sport to your family and friends. Stay in school, keep up with your grades, be nice to your parents and siblings, and try to avoid trouble as much as possible.
You don’t have to worry too much about one attribute in particular, so just focus on keeping all of them up. You don’t need to be perfect, but having your smarts high is a great way to make your career transition easier.
When you get vaccines or your parents take you on vacations, make sure to cooperate and be appreciative, as that will increase your relationship with them. A good familial relationship is very helpful later on, as you’ll see.
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Head to Dental School
Once you get to high school, just keep on doing what you’re doing and stay healthy and smart. When it’s time to take your driving test, be sure to refer back to our guide on all the traffic signs in order to make sure you pass.
If you have a good relationship with your parents, they’ll offer to buy you a vehicle which will help you get around. This is why we mentioned it was important to be nice to your parents!
Not only that, but once you graduate high school you’ll need to go to university. We don’t think your choice of study effects your chances of becoming a dentist, but we went with nursing just in case.
Once again, your parents will save the day and help pay for your university tuition if you can’t get approved for a scholarship (though that should always be your first choice of paying for university). Being nice pays off, huh?
After four years you’ll be out of university where you can jump right into dental school, skipping over graduate school. You should be able to get in no problem, and applying for a scholarship now will usually result in a success.
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Become the Tooth Fairy
You can start looking for dental jobs as soon as you graduate from dental school. Browse the full-time job listings and look for any job that is at a dental office. They will most likely be a full-fledged dentist job at the top of the list, but don’t be afraid to apply for it – you’ll most likely get it!
Applying and successfully landing the job will immediately collect the dentist career for you in your collections, which is different from the other jobs that require you to have the job for a couple of years.