If accepted into multiple dental schools, choosing which dental school to attend can be an incredibly tough process. Many things can come into play, such as tuition and cost of living, program values, clinical experience, research, location, etc.; since programs can vary vastly, it is really up to you to decide what you want to … Continue reading How I chose Which Dental School to Attend
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Figuring out if taking a "gap year" is right for you is always a stressful process. Whether you want to do it strengthen your application, to work and save money, to take time off and relax before dental (med/pharm/vet/etc.) school, to travel, or for some other reason, its definitely a very personal decision. In this … Continue reading The Gap Year
We all know the phrase "an apple a day keeps the doctor away"; however, this doesn't apply to the dentist! Although apples, and all sorts of other acidic fruits, have great health benefits, they can also be destructive to your teeth. Here's why and what you can do to protect your awesome chompers: The outermost … Continue reading Acidic Foods and Teeth: Why an Apple a Day Won’t Keep the Dentist Away
Oh, the wonderful Dental Admissions Test. Burning out while preparing for this exam is a very probable occurrence, and no matter what you do to try to avoid it, the pressure just gets to be too much. In my experience, as I got closer to my test date, the building stress made me more and more anxious; … Continue reading The DAT: tips to stay sane and succeed
Known as the "Twin Cities", and for the Mall of America, Minneapolis is probably the one place I wish I had more time to explore. I was only here for two days, for a dental school interview at the U of M, and it was unfortunately in the middle of the week. Since I couldn't … Continue reading Minneapolis, MN
My first dental school interview was at NYU, and my parents were so excited that they both came along! This weekend trip was not only amazing because my interview went great, but I got to have a mini vacation with both my parents - something I haven't gotten the chance to do in a long time. … Continue reading New York, NY
In October 2016, my mom and I headed out to L.A for one of my dental school interviews. We stayed an extra day and a half to check out what the City of Angels had to offer. I had already been to LA before but my mom hadn't, so she was really excited to explore. If … Continue reading Los Angeles, California
Dentistry is what I love. Before I explain why I chose this as my career path, here is a little explanation of what it takes to become a dentist: -4 years of Undergraduate Education. -4 years of Dental School. After these four years, depending on your school, you will receive your DMD (Doctor of Medicine in … Continue reading Why Dentistry?