Hello everyone I'm considering career between dentistry and pharmacy. I'm currently at 2nd year of college as a business major. I was wondering if I can get some of you experts opinions on whether dentistry is right fit for me. To introduce little bit about myself, I'm a 1.5 generation immigrant, so English is not my first language. I'm definitely not an outgoing person, but not too shy either. I like to have procedures or guidelines when I'm doing something. I like talking with people if they have similar interest with me, and I don't like strangers too much. But, I have been working as a waiter for past 2 year, so I can put up with any rude people. Also, although I'm not an outgoing person, when I'm working I can pretty much talk to anyone from my work experience. I helped my dad to learn the business as well so I have prior knowledge and experience on how to run my own business. The thing that I'm concerning about the dentistry is that I'm not a big fan of the drilling sound that comes out of the dental office. But, I'm sure it would not be a big deal with training. Also, I have neck and back problem from the car accident. I asked my chiropractor and he told me that I need to receive the treatment continuously if I want to become a dentist. The reason that I like about the dentistry is the life style and of course the money. Also, the respect that I get from people. I thought about going into medicine, but I just can't see myself disecting human body and perform surgery on it. Also, my last concern is that with 8 more dental schools opening up, would that have a great impact on Dentist's salary? I like to decide what I want to do with my work so dentistry attract me more than pharmacy. I think being a dentist would give me more control of what I do with the job. Pharmacy would give me less stress and stable salary, but having potential of making more money as a dentist attracts me more.... I know I'm considering too much abou the money, but is this career right fit for me?