How would you like to explore the dental profession, connect with dental schools and admissions officers from all over the country and have fun—all while saving travel fees, time and energy? We are excited to tell you that it is ... See More
Last year when I signed up for the ADEA GoDental Workshop and Recruitment Fair in San Antonio, TX, I knew the experience would be extremely valuable. Upon further reflection, I realize I got much more out of the program than I ever anticipated. This year the event will be held on March 7 in Boston, MA. I hope reading about my experience will help solidify your decision to attend in March.
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Predental student Tabitha Asher tells of her initial struggles in college and how seeing her prehealth advisor put her on the right path. ... See More
Congratulations on your decision to start a predental club at your school. Before you commit to starting a club, make sure you are passionate about dentistry and willing to devote the time required to start and maintain a predental club. ... See More
I want to be a dentist “when I grow up,” but how can I make a career like this work with a husband in the military since we move constantly? ... See More
In a thriving practice, the patients are the number one priority. In the new hire packet for employees at a Eugene dental practice, there is a reminder and promise that “the patients are why we are here." ... See More
People take gap year(s) for different reasons. I took time off to explore different careers. No matter the reason, taking time off can be helpful if done correctly. ... See More
You’re taking the appropriate predental coursework in school and you’ve shadowed the local dentist down the street. So, what other enriching pre dental opportunities can you seek? Let me tell you about what I did. ... See More
My experience in Brazil was educational in more ways than one. I learned that Brazil is one of the most diverse countries I’ve been to so far. ... See More
During the school year, I take many science
courses, as well as humanities and social sciences. I've almost completed my
first semester of the course which every pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy,
and pre-veterinary student fears the most: organic chemistry.
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