Hi, as the title states I have a hard time deciding if dentistry is something I should pursue. The thing is that I love alle the sciences (mathematics, chemistry, physics and biology), but particularly physics and chemistry. Furthermore, I see some applications of these sciences (chemistry, biology, physics) in the field. Someone once said to me that it's like micro engineering. So I think I have the passion for the subjects even though I would like to admit that I want more of the physics/math aspect into the field.\n\nMy problem is that I don't know if i'm the right person for this job. I don't know if my manual dexterity is good enough for pursuing this field. I'm familiar with the fact that practice makes perfect and you'll get a lot of practice during the years, but i 'm afraid I won't handle the dexterity. I don't consider myself a clumsy person, but at the same time I don't know if my dental hand skills are good enough. Is macro hand skills applicable as a dentist who works the majority of the time in the micro? I don't even play any instruments so i'm kind of scared. Do you have any recommendation of things that I can implement in my every day life/in summer know that will remotely improve my dental hand skills/eye-to-hand coordination? \n\nAlso, I know that communication is something vital, but is this something that can be developed? I will characterize myself as a introvert, but I know that I can be a extrovert if the situation requires to me to be it. Are my social skills gonna be a problem? \n\n\n\nI'm so confused if I should pursue this field. I can envision myself as a dentist one day, but at the same time I don't know if this is the right career path for me. Btw; I live in Europe so things are a bit different than in the North-America.