Meghan Hodder Informative Speech OutlineMichelle Talasis22217062Topic:OrthodonticsPurpose: To inform the audience about Orthodontics.Thesis: It takes a lot to become an Orthodontist for such a rewarding outcome.I.IntroductionA.Attention Getter:In 1954, William S. Brandhorst said in the AmericanJournal of Nursing that around 28.9% of schooled childrenhave teeth imperfections to such a degree that orthodontictreatment is almost necessary. Orthodontist, Michael Thurman says that now, 70% of the US population could benefit from orthodontic treatment. B.Reason to Listen:Orthodontists are becoming more and more popular and more people are recommended for treatment as the technology advances. C.Thesis Statement: It takes a lot to become an Orthodontist for such a rewarding outcome.D.Credibility Statement:1.I have experienced Orthodontics from the age of 12, from being a patient to assisting the Orthodontist on his or her patients. 2. I am currently enrolled here at Central Michigan University to major in Biomedical science and to later pursue my dreams on becoming an Orthodontist. E.Preview of Main Points:1. I will begin with explaining the steps it takes to become an Orthodontist.2.Then I will discuss with you what an Orthodontist does day-to-day.3.Finally, I will talk about the rewarding outcomes an Orthodontist receives.II.To become an Orthodontist, one has to be dedicated and patient to successfully achieve.