Hi. I have a serious concern and want to hear opinions from dentists. I am predental and there's a lot of aspects I like about dentistry (as one of my relatives is a dentist and I think what he does is cool). I think I might be interested in being a pediatric dentist because I like kids and I will be applying next year. My concern is that I think my hand shakes. Or more exactly, my fingers/finger-tips. For example, when I hold a light pen, I can see it shaking very slightly and it seems like I can't hold it still 100%. The shaking is not severe, but just a little and u can see it. it's not like I have a problem with my normal life due to hands, actually, I live a normal life just like everyone else and have no problem whatsoever in activities using hand. (although I have to say that I really suck at pool game, if this relates to hand-skill activity) but as I wanna test for my manual dexterity, and one day, I saw that I couldn't hold a pen 100% still and this got me thinking that 'maybe I am very clumsy with my hands' and this led me to think that maybe dentistry is not for me. Maybe I am too much over-concerned, but right now, I really don't know. Should this deter me away from pursuing dentistry and make me go for another career? Or am i just being way over-concerned?