Dental Specialist

A pre-dental undergraduate degree is not required for admission to dental school, but dental students must complete pre-dental science requirements by taking courses such as biology, chemistry and physics. Before enrolling in dental school, applicants must take and pass the Dental Admission Test (DAT).

Upon acceptance to a general dentistry school, potential dental specialists will go on to complete four years of dental school and pass the National Board Dental Examination (NBDE) to attain a state license to practice general dentistry. The individual will earn a DDS or DMD. It is important to note that there is no difference between a DDS or a DMD; it is just a matter of which nomenclature your school uses.

Skin Specialist

Skincare specialists use a variety of methods to beautify and cleanse the body and face to enhance the skin’s appearance. They have many tasks and responsibilities, including analyzing the conditions of their clients’ skin, recommending products they should use, providing facial and full-body treatment services and performing hair removal.

On your skincare specialist job description, there are some specific qualities you should highlight that you want your candidates to have. It is important for these professionals to have exceptional customer service skills because they regularly work with people. They need to be friendly so they bring back repeat customers.