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Maryuri Apr 27, 2023 707 views

Can I get in med-school or dental school with a biochemistry degree?

I'm considering in getting biochemistry for my major, but I'm not sure of what I want to study. I want to be a dentist, but I'm also interested in cardio thoracic surgery and I haven't decide what to do yet. I'm also thinking in not declaring until my sophomore year in college.

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Stacy Mar 12, 2021 504 views

Would biology be a good major if I want to work in the dental field?

#career #dental hygienist #college
#tips #dentistry

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Adam Mar 13, 2020 769 views

do you have to go to college to go to dental school?

two things that I’m good at is talking to people and getting stuff done when I have too I have always wondered if you have to go to college to go to dental school. #dentistry #career #job #college #dentist

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Kolby Nov 20, 2019 702 views

What field of dentistry is the best to go into?

I am a junior in High School #dentistry #college #dental

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Morgan Nov 20, 2019 491 views

Are there any dental schools in South Dakota?

#college #dental #dentistry

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Morgan Nov 20, 2019 980 views

What is the difference between a dental hygienist, a dental assistant, and dental technologist?

#dentistry #dental

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Thalia Sep 13, 2019 684 views

What professional journals and organizations should I be aware of?

#medicine #dentistry

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Thalia Sep 13, 2019 393 views

Are there too many or too few people entering this field?

#medicine #dentistry

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Thalia Sep 13, 2019 462 views

What is the most challenging part about your job?

#medicine #dentistry

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Ashlynn Apr 15, 2019 1434 views

How precise should you be to practice dentistry?

#dentistry
Is it possible for someone with trembling hands to even consider being a dentist?

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Nicholas Aug 30, 2018 702 views

Do I need to have a major in science to attend dental school?

Do I need to major in, for instance, Biology or any hard science to attend a dental or medical school? #science #dental #dentistry

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Emily Aug 06, 2018 498 views

I will soon be attending dental school and am trying to gather information on specialties. General dentists seem to see a wide variety of cases, whereas specialists focus only on certain types of situations. In what ways do specialties, such as periodontics and endodontics, remain exciting if many of the patients present similar problems?

#dentistry #specialties

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Jasmine Jan 15, 2018 1533 views

What is better, majoring in Chemistry or Biology to attend Dental School ?

I am a sophomore in college. I was in a pre-dentistry program but unfortunately it was removed due to few people going for pre-dentistry. So now I have to choose between Chemistry or Biology. I need Help Please. #dentistry #dentist #pre-dental #dental-school #chemistry #biology #college

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Julia Oct 18, 2016 950 views

Hello! I'm interested in dentistry, but I have a few concerns. Why is becoming a dentist a better choice than becoming an orthodontist? I feel like being dentist is very interesting, but even my local dentist has told me to look into what orthodontists do

Hello! I'm very interested in becoming a dentist. I first struggled with picking a career path, but I feel like dentistry is right for me. However, my local dentist has given me many questions that were left unanswered. I think being a dentist would be a very fulfilling job, but I don't know if...

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Cleo Oct 23, 2016 2308 views

If I were to become an orthodontist, which STEM field would be the most beneficial to major in for my undergrad?

I am a high school senior and plan on becoming an orthodontist. I know that your undergrad degree doesn't have to be of a specific major, but it is recommended to major in a science. I am debating between biology (general) and biochemistry. Orthodontics is largely overlooked and it's difficult...