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December 2017

December 1: Decision Day and How to be Proud of Yourself

2017-12-01T15:23:37+00:00 December 1, 2017|

December 1, 2016 6:48 AM---It was probably the best call of my life. I cried like a baby on the phone as Abel at UFCD finally announced the words, “Congratulations!…”. My heart was pounding as I dialed my [now fiancé] at work---we did it! We really did it! I called my parents. Then, I went [...]

October 2017

The D1 Deal: My First Month in Dental School!

2017-10-31T13:10:10+00:00 October 30, 2017|

Confession: I’m actually writing about my first two months of school (sorry!). It’s been pretty busy since classes started, so here’s what you’ve missed! We’re better sticking together For the first couple weeks of class, I have to say I felt a little isolated because I tend to be an introvert before I’m comfortable in [...]

September 2017

Shave After Waxing + Orientation Week

2017-09-06T14:09:00+00:00 September 8, 2017|

My work-in-progress. Photo credit to the wonderful Abel Gilbert of the Dean’s Office at UF College of Dentistry. 08/11/2017. About ten days before orientation, an optional hand skill tutoring workshop was offered to students who wanted to start exercising their psychomotor skills. In one of our first courses this year, Dental Anatomy, we [...]

July 2017

Dental School Diaries: What the Heck… they’re Giving Us Homework?

2017-11-06T14:22:27+00:00 July 27, 2017|

Don’t let them lie to you when they release that calendar that says classes start August 21st… it’s July and there’s already homework due! I’m completely kidding. I mean, yes, there is homework but the assignments are really simple. [Maybe] even fun. So here they are, a few of my first assignments as a DENTAL [...]

Dental School Diaries: From Ds to DMD—My Journey into Dental School

2017-07-26T15:34:15+00:00 July 26, 2017|

I’m completely convinced that some people leave the womb knowing exactly who they were destined to be. They’ve planned their entire lives to make the grades and the decisions that align them perfectly with the career for which they’ve always dreamed. I am not one of those people. Only four years ago, I was working [...]

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