TY - JOUR. T1 - Analyzing Medication Documentation in Electronic Health Records. T2 - Dental Students Self-Reported Behaviors and Charting Practices. AU - Burcham, Wesley K.. AU - Romito, Laura M.. AU - Moser, Elizabeth A.. AU - Gitter, Bruce D.. PY - 2019/6/1. Y1 - 2019/6/1. N2 - The aim of this two-part study was to assess third- and fourth-year dental students perceptions, self-reported behaviors, and actual charting practices regarding medication documentation in axiUm, the electronic health record (EHR) system. In part one of the study, in fall 2015, all 125 third- and 85 fourth-year dental students at one U.S. dental school were invited to complete a ten-item anonymous survey on medication history-taking. In part two of the study, the EHRs of 519 recent dental school patients were randomly chosen via axiUm query based on age ,21 years and the presence of at least one documented medication. Documentation completeness was assessed per EHR and each medication based on proper medication ...
The International Association of Dental Students (IADS) is a non-governmental organization representing interests of dental students worldwide. It was founded in August 1951 in Copenhagen, Denmark and currently has more than 200,000 students from 60 countries of six world continents. In February 1951, the national organization of French stomatology students invited some of their colleagues from other countries to attend their annual meeting in Paris, France where the Danish, Dutch and Swedish representatives proposed to establish international dental students organization. Such proposal was unanimously welcomed. A committee consisting of representatives from Denmark, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom was formed to work out the basic principles on which to build the constitution of the association. This constitution was drafted and the first executive committee was elected; Leslie Sorling from Sweden was elected the first president. Dental Students Scientific Association of Egypt ...
Dental students are often described as stressed. The stress has, among other things, been connected to stressors in their psychosocial environment and inconsistent feedback. The hypothesis of this study was that the psychosocial work environment in dental schools leads to stress and affects the satisfaction of dental students and that tolerance for ambiguity shields students from stress. A web-based survey was sent to the entire Swedish dental student population in clinical training (N=805); the response rate was 40 percent. Structural equation modeling used in the analyses contains four main constructs: psychosocial work environment, tolerance for ambiguity, perceived stress, and student satisfaction (chi(2)=267.437, d.f.=174, p,0.001, Normed chi(2)=1.537, RM-SEA=0.041, CFI=0.98). Psychosocial work environment influenced both perceived stress and satisfaction: it accounted for almost all of the explained variance in perceived stress for women, while about half of the variance for the men was ...
Introduction: New technologies in dental practice, such as laser, have enabled new strategies to be established in dental education. The aim of this study was to analyze the difficulties that dental students encountered with performing surgical incisions using Er:YAG laser (LE), and the morphology of these incisions. Material and Methods: Sixteen undergraduate dental students and ten dental professionals (DP) enrolled at The Master of Science Program in Laser Dentistry were asked to perform 15 incisions using an LE and 15 with a conventional scalpel. The incisions were compared, based on the shape factor (relation between area and perimeter), which was obtained by a digital image system and by a morphometry software. Data was submitted to statistical analysis of variance (p 0.05). Results: Considering the incisions performed by scalpel, DP showed statistically significant differences (p < 0.01) in relation to control group (CG). Considering the LE, all groups showed significant differences ( ...
Background: Depression is a common mental health problem which affects all strata of life. As a result of the increase in competitiveness, there is a need to pay attention toward the presence and level of depression among students. Aim: The aim of the study was to assess the depressive symptoms and its associated factors among clinical dental students in Bengaluru city. Settings and Design: A cross-sectional study was conducted among third and final years dental students (n = 200) randomly selected from four dental colleges in Bengaluru city. Materials and Methods: A self-administered questionnaire was used to assess depressive symptoms using Becks Depression Inventory. Statistical Analysis Used: Association of depression with non-academic and academic factors was assessed using the Chi-square test. Students t-test was used to compare mean depression scores among study years. P | 0.05 was considered as significant. Results: The prevalence of depression was found to be 49%. Significantly higher
Program Description: The Dental class is a one-year program, with the option of a second year advanced class, established to provide students, both men and women, with the skills, knowledge, and attitudes required by the dental profession to work in a dental environment.. The program will teach students the skills necessary to work in a dental practice in various roles. Over 50% of the instruction in this program is devoted to hands-on experience in the on-site dental clinic. The remaining portion of the instruction will be devoted to building professionalism skills, traditional chairside dental assisting duties, dental x-rays, dental materials, terminology, safety issues, and career development. Students completing the dental program will have entry level skills in dental and will be encouraged to further their training at a post-secondary institution or dental environment.. The second year program will take the basic skills learned in the first year and narrow the focus on more complex, ...
The first-year dental students at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry are excited. Prior to today, many, if not all, have never seen a human cadaver.
Dental students had always had one lecture on ergonomics from a physical therapy professor, but when Kenneth Kim, instructor of clinical physical therapy, took over that lecture, he thought the schools could do more together.. I felt like a lecture once a year wasnt enough - especially because we were seeing so many dental students at the clinic, he said. Sometimes the students were getting pretty emotional because of all the pain.. Kim worked with Jin-Ho Phark, associate professor of clinical dentistry, to set up the ergonomics and body mechanics collaboration after the lecture. This is the first year that physical therapy students go to the dental students sim lab once a week, for two hours in the morning and two hours in the afternoon. We can follow up on body position and patient position, and they have been really receptive, Kim said.. The biggest issues that dental students face are forces on their hands, necks and arms as they work on models of patients.. They sometimes forget to ...
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Dental students at the University of Leeds Dental Institute will be the first in the UK to cut their teeth on new simulation technology, allowing them to hone their drilling skills on virtual patients.
This study evaluated a pilot workshop for teaching communication skills to dental students. The methodology is based on an experiential learning approach, the use of realistic clinical scenarios, simulated patients, and an integrated teaching team of both educational researchers and dentists. Furthermore, the methodology was adapted for short workshops, which is thought to offer better possibilities for frequent and effective training of communication skills throughout the curriculum. The workshop was piloted with groups of six to ten students from the sixth and tenth semesters (n=94). Results show that the majority of students found the tasks meaningful and well aligned with how they perceived their future profession as dentists. Most students also thought that they learned from the task. An interesting finding is that students not only found it instructive to practice how to communicate in authentic situations, but that they generally found the workshop to be thought-provoking while at the ...
Ann Arbor, MI - February 17, 2015 - A dental student who is investigating how to use a patients own stem cells to correct large jawbone defects received a major award during the School of Dentistrys annual Research Day program on Feb. 11. Andrei Taut, a second-year dental student, received the ADA/Dentsply Student Clinician Research Program Award for his research on the safety and effectiveness of using adult stem cells to grow craniofacial tissues, primarily bone, in patients with large jawbone defects who also have missing teeth.
Dr MacFarlane is employed as a senior dental officer (student outreach)/honorary clinical teacher with NHS Ayrshire, and Arran and the University of Glasgow.. The case concerns his treatment of a patient between December 2009 and June 2010, at the Teach and Treat Dental Clinic, Kilmarnock, where he practises - the clinic is part of the adult outreach programme for final year undergraduate dental students.. Patient A attended the clinic on 11 February 2010, when a dental student, under Dr MacFarlanes supervision, identified an area of ulceration around the LR8 crown ...
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ASDAs F-4 policy states: The American Student Dental Association supports initiatives to reduce the burden of debt for dental students. The association urges Congress, state legislatures and state dental associations to pass measures that include, but are not limited to:. ...
Human Papilloma Virus vaccination: knowledge, attitude and uptake among female medical and dental students in a tertiary institution in Benin-City, Nigeria
Dental students in a Seattle study had very high rates of colonization with the MRSA, the drug-resistant strain of staph, raising new questions about the prevalence of the bacteria outside of hospitals in community health care settings.
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Calcutta, Sept. 15: A 23-year-old dental student was found dead in her Barrackpore flat this morning, hours after a classmate came to meet her.
Aims: The aim of this study is to determine the current knowledge, awareness and levels of vaccination of undergraduate dental students of a Rural Dental College regarding the hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection. Settings and Design: A total of 277 students of Rural Dental College at Gandhinagar district of Gujarat voluntarily participated in this exploratory study. Subjects and Methods: An instrument of thirteen questions was designed to assess knowledge and awareness about hepatitis B infection and transmission. It was the tool of data collection. The knowledge assessment of the HBV disease was done prior to starting the hepatitis B education program (HEP) by noting the scores and it was again repeated 1 year later. In the knowledge assessment, 9/13 correct was deemed adequate. Statistical Analysis: Decision Analyst STATS™ (http://decision-analyst-stats.software.informer.com/2.0/) was used. Average, probability of significant difference and Z test was utilized to draw conclusions. Results: The ...
Dr. Davenport gave an overview of the preliminary 1999-2000 recommendations for faculty budgets, student aid, and fees, detailed in a memorandum previously received by all board members via a separate mailing.. The document is a step toward preparation of the 1999-2000 University Budget, which will be brought forward for consideration by the Senate Committee on University Planning (SCUP), the Property and Finance Committee, Senate, and the Board of Governors in the Spring. Dr. Davenport highlighted the following areas:. Tuition Fees:. Dentistry: The maximum tuition fee for undergraduate dental students will remain at $14,000 in 1999-2000, 2000- 02, and 2001-02. In program students will be grandparented at an annual fee increase of 20% until their tuition fee levels reach the maximum.. Medicine: Tuition fees for incoming undergraduate medical students will increase to $11,000 in 1999-2000, to $12,000 in 2000-01, and remain at $12,000 in 2001-02. The tuition fee for medical residents is already ...
After graduating from Tufts in 1966, Athena Papas passed on the dental school because she didnt want to be the only woman in her class. She finally joined the school eight years later as an assistant professor, and in the four decades since has secured dozens of grants for groundbreaking research, helped launch countless life-changing medications and mentored generations of colleagues. Today, half of all dental students are women… and Papas seems to be just getting started.. ...
After graduating from Tufts in 1966, Athena Papas passed on the dental school because she didnt want to be the only woman in her class. She finally joined the school eight years later as an assistant professor, and in the four decades since has secured dozens of grants for groundbreaking research, helped launch countless life-changing medications and mentored generations of colleagues. Today, half of all dental students are women… and Papas seems to be just getting started.. ...
Students and faculty from the Dental Hygiene, Dental Assisting Programs are inviting kids ages 2 to 15 years old to receive a free dental cleaning.
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With all the talk of affordable health care in the country, have you ever heard of dental care being mentioned? Quite a little, if ever, especially when it comes to senior dental care. In fact, the basic Medicare policy doesnt provide dental coverag
Students taking Dentistry - Practicum in Health Science gain knowledge in preparing patients for dental procedures, ensuring the sterility of the dental environment, assisting dentists during procedures by providing tools and materials, working with suppliers to schedule deliveries, helping patients schedule appointments, teaching patients about proper oral health, and taking patient x-rays ...
Dental students at University of the Pacifics Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry will hold screenings to select potential patients on Thursdays May 9, 16, 23, 30, and June 6. 2019 between 9:00 am and 12:00 pm at 155 Fifth Street in San Francisco. No appointment is necessary, and patients will be screened on a first-come, first-served basis. There is no charge for the screening. Please note: no treatment will be done at the screening appointment.. ...
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In memoriam - Dr. Mahdi Al Darwish - Dec. 22, 2010 Call for Applications - Vice-Dean Hospital & Interfaculty Relations - Dec. 22, 2010 Dental students raise $10,000 for Make-A-Wish - Dec. 22, 2010 Vivian McAlister makes Westerns newsmaker list - Dec. 21, 2010 CAHS releases report on care for chronic health conditions - Dec. 14, 2010 More hands-on training for Schulich students - Dec. 13, 2010 Western lands $27 million imaging centre - Dec. 13, 2010 Three endowed chairs renewed at Schulich - Dec. 9, 2010 Deans video message and newsletter - 2nd edition - Dec. 9, 2010 Western is open! - Dec. 9, 2010 Western re-opens today, December 9 - Dec. 9, 2010 New centre to lead medical imaging commercialization - Dec. 7, 2010 Classes and Exams cancelled - Dec. 6, 2010 University remains open - Dec. 6, 2010 Bhagi Singh to co-chair federal advisory board - Dec. 2, 2010 Western Cares Food Drive underway - Dec. 2, 2010 PMA reaches tentative agreement - Dec. 1, 2010 Health policy research and collaboration - ...
Im a father of three children and it is inherent to want to share ones experience and knowledge to the next generation. It would be my dream for one of my children to choose dentistry as their career, but that would be my desire and not theirs. I consider all of my dental students as my sons and daughters and I enjoy sharing my life experience with all of them. Currently, I teach in the Simulation Lab with D1 and D2 students and the externs that select my site in my community clinic. I get the best of both worlds ...
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The aim of the present study was to compare self-reported dental fear among dental students and patients at a School of Dentistry in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Eighty students ranging in age from 20 to 29 years and 80 patients ranging in age from 18 to 65 years participated in the study. A self-administered pre-tested questionnaire consisting of 13 items was used for data acquisition. The city of Belo Horizonte Social Vulnerability Index (SVI) was employed for socioeconomic classification. The chi-square test and binary and multinomial logistic regression were employed in the statistical analysis, with the significance level set at 0.05. The majority of dental students (76.5%) sought the dentist for the first time for a routine exam, while patients (77.3%) mostly sought a dentist for the treatment of dental pain. Dental fear was more prevalent among the patients (72.5%) than the students (27.5%). A total of 47.1% of the students and 52.9% of the patients reported having had negative dental experiences in
TY - JOUR. T1 - Patient aggression toward dental students. AU - Rhoades, Kimberly A.. AU - Heyman, Richard E.. AU - Eddy, J. Mark. AU - Fat, Sammie Jo. AU - Haydt, Nicole C.. AU - Glazman, Jacqueline E.. AU - Dispirito, Zachary F.. AU - Rascon, Allison N.. AU - Guerrera, Charlotte M.. AU - Wolff, Mark S.. PY - 2020. Y1 - 2020. N2 - Aggression from patients is one of the risks faced by healthcare workers during a typical work week. This risk begins during training. Although rates of patient aggression have been estimated for nursing students and medical residents, studies of aggression toward dental students have not been conducted. To begin to address this knowledge gap, we surveyed 160 D.D.S. student dentists in their third- or fourth years who were attending a large urban college of dentistry during the 2018-2019 academic year. Each class had approximately 375 students, leading to a response rate of 21%. Approximately 28% of students reported experiencing at least 1 instance of physical ...
Ann Arbor, MI - February 19, 2013 - A third-year dental student recently participated in a U-M program, Future U, encouraging students in middle schools in Michigan to consider higher education. Read more...
Background: Formative assessment with its feedback component has a powerful effect on students learning. Aim: This research aimed to appraise how teaching and assessment practices were organised in dental undergraduate teaching institutions to inform the development and piloting of a novel peer-assessment protocol for undergraduate dental students pre-clinical competence and clinical performance. Subsequently, the protocols utility as a framework for immediate dialogic peer-feedback to boost students academic learning and achievement outcomes as well as their reflective skills, was evaluated. Materials and methods: An initial review of the literature on peer-assessment together with a scrutiny of the Kings College London Dental Institute undergraduate curriculum and assessment practices of 39 selected international dental teaching institutions was undertaken. This underpinned the development of a novel longitudinal, formative and structured peer-assessment protocol based on traditional ...
The main objective of this present study was taken to determine the knowledge and awareness on diabetic Ketoacidosis among the dental students. This study was a cross-sectional Questionnaire based observational study conducted among dental students from various universities in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. It was carried out in December 2016. Study instrument was a self developed, pre-validated, semi-structured questionnaire which consisted of 10 questions and distributed among participants which had both undergraduates and postgraduates, 101 in number between the among group of 18-45. From the study it was concluded that not many students were aware of the basic knowledge regarding diabetes Ketoacidosis, its clinical features and management and they were not able to answer most of the questions. This concludes that more awareness camps were required to spread awareness about Diabetic Ketoacidosis.. ...
Description: This causal-comparative and correlational study examined cross-cultural adaptability of randomly selected licensed dental hygienists, 1995-2005 graduates, practicing in the state of Texas and first and second-year dental hygiene students attending 5 randomly selected accredited 2 and 4-year dental hygiene schools in the state of Texas. A sample of 289 individuals: 194 enrolled students and 95 licensed dental hygienists, alumni of the 5 schools, completed the 50-item Cross-Cultural Adaptability Inventory (CCAI ®) and a brief demographic survey. The purpose of this study was to determine if statistically significant differences existed among and between licensed dental hygienists and first and second-year dental hygiene students in the state of Texas on a cross-cultural adaptability measure. The study also examined relationships among and between cross-cultural adaptability scores, as measured by the CCAI, and several independent variables. The data were analyzed by using the ...
First, we now understand the importance of developing rapport with research participants; therefore, we plan to perform a separate consent and baseline assessment visit in the home setting before the first dental visit. However, although these home visits were helpful in increasing research quality, because of costs home visits may not be a practical strategy to enhance clinical care. Second, the inclusion of Spanish-speaking personnel to ensure parental understanding of the consent process and overall study was critical; it was not needed in the dental clinic because the clinic in which we conducted the study had a large Spanish-speaking population, and bilingual dental staff were part of the team. Third, we plan to reexamine the coding system for the videotaped dental visits. The goal will be to more clearly separate the behaviors that interrupted dental treatment (e.g., screaming, biting) from those that indicated mild patient distress (e.g., grimacing), and identify those that best ...
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Objectives: To investigate the quantitative impact of experience on competence in local anesthetic administration amongst final-year Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) students.. Methods: A Longitudinal cohort study design was employed. Purposive sampling was used to enrol final year BDS students and assess their competence longitudinally over a full academic year. The assessment criteria and scoring structure were reviewed during inspection of the institution by the regulator and the external examiner. Participants were assessed on four occasions, namely, after they had gained experience in performing 15, 40, 70 and 100 patient encounters involving local anesthetic administration.. Results: A total of 177 participants who were assessed including 31 males (18%) and 146 females (82%). Assessment of the participants on four occasions provided a total of 885 data points. A chi-square test was carried out to test the hypothesis. Students in Group 4 with over 100 patient encounters were most likely to ...
This book is directed primarily at undergraduate dental students and the newly-qualified dentist but it will also be of value to medical and dental educationalists. In its concept and content it is closely aligned to recent developments in dental education in the United Kingdom by reference to the General Dental Councils recommendations for the Undergraduate Dental Curriculum and the Quality Assurance Agencys Benchmark Statements for Dentistry.
This book focuses on essentials of physiology for dental students. Physiology is different from other biomedical sciences as it deals with the functional aspects of various systems in the living body along with the emphasis on the regulatory mechanism that maintain the normalcy of the functions within narrow limits. The primary aim of this book is to meet the needs of the dental, paramedical and health science students precisely in the examination point of view, in getting knowledge of recent developments in the field of physiology and in knowing the important applied aspects of various topics. This book covers general physiology, blood and body fluids, muscle physiology, digestive system, renal physiology and skin, endocrinology, reproductive system, cardiovascular system, respiratory system and environmental physiology, nervous system and special senses. In the starting of each chapter, we have included the topics that are to be learnt in that particular chapter which will help the reader to
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THE SEVENTH EDITION NOW COMES WITH ACCESS TO AN ONLINE QUESTION BANK CONTAINING A WIDE RANGE OF MCQS AND CLINICAL CASES TO HELP REINFORCE LEARNING! Under the editorship of Bun San Chong, a team of international experts have come together to present the scientific basis of current endodontic practice together with hands-on advice on what to do, and when and how to do it. Perfectly tailored for undergraduate dental students and those pursuing specialist training, including extended skills in endodontics, Hartys Endodontics in Clinical Practice reflects the latest clinical and scientific developments in the field with topics ranging from diagnosis and treatment planning to the management of the primary dentition, trauma and the relationship between endodontics and periodontal and systemic disease. Areas of debate are explained while other chapters also look at infection control, pharmacological advances and the management of pain. Approfondisci ...
In this study, we examined the degree of grit and core competency in a group of dental hygiene students and confirmed which factors affected core competency.. The mean score of grit in dental hygiene students who participated in this study was 2.85±0.40. This was lower than the 3.31 points seen in a previous study, using the same tool, on the effect of grit and stress on college life adaptation in third and fourth grade nursing students21). It was also lower than the 3.12 points seen in a study on the effect that grit had on turnover intention in university hospital nurses26). It is difficult to compare the results because there have been no prior studies conducted on dental hygiene students. However, the participants in these studies were 3rd grade, 4th grade, or clinical nurses, which may lower the results. I think these results differ because second-grade students who have not yet experienced clinical practice were included.. Among the sub-factors of grit, the consistency of interest ...
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Good news dental students: soon you will no longer have to approach your first victim patient with shaky, unsure hands. Researchers at Showa University in Japan have unveiled a new dental dummy, a realistic robot for dental students to practice on before taking the drill to real, human mouths.. I use the term dummy here loosely. Showa Tanako 2, as the researchers call her, has a wide range of human-like features. She can engage in simple conversations, flinch, roll her eyes, cough, and close her mouth like a real patient suffering from jaw fatigue. Oh, and she has a gag reflex.. So how did a group of dental researchers build such a realistic-albeit slightly scary-looking robot? Naturally, they sought help from Japanese sex doll maker, Orient Industry, who helped fashion the robots skin, tongue, and mouth. If the dolls face didnt look realistic, it wouldnt have the same effect on users psychologically, Showa University professor Koutaro Maki said in the video released by DigInfo. How ...
The level of education and clinical training required to earn a dental degree, and the high academic standards of dental schools, are on par with those of medical schools, and are essential to preparing dentists for the safe and effective practice of modern oral health care.. Most dental students have earned Bachelor of Science Degrees or the equivalent, and all have passed rigorous admissions examinations.. The curricula during the first two years of dental and medical schools are essentially the same - students must complete such biomedical science courses as anatomy, biochemistry, physiology, microbiology, immunology and pathology. During the second two years, dental students coursework focuses on clinical practice - diagnosing and treating oral diseases. After earning their undergraduate and dental degrees (eight years for most) many dentists continue their education and training to achieve certification in one of nine recognized dental specialties.. Upon completing their training, dentists ...
Methods: An interactive web-based education course for the interpretation of craniofacial CBCT images was recently developed at our institution. Self-evaluation modules on correlative anatomical features were also included to support the learning process. Three e-learner groups were selected to evaluate the effectiveness of the educational modules. The three groups were (1) oral health specialists (OHSs) (comprising periodontologists, prosthodontists, orthodontists and maxillofacial surgeons); (2) third grade (DS3) and (3) first grade (DS1) undergraduate dental students. The assessment modules that were part of the interactive web-course content were administered after delivery of the course material. In addition, each group received a computer affinity questionnaire to quantify the extent of knowledge about computers and a perception questionnaire to assess their attitudes toward the web-course ...
Overwhelmingly, students reported their enthusiasm for training in an outreach teaching unit, preferring it to traditional dental school environments. Inherent in the comments recorded for each student was a sense of growing confidence in their abilities and development of reflective practice. Furth …
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A recently announced $2.5 million grant to the College of Dentistry will be used to that end. The Health Resources and Services Administration awarded the grant for the college to improve faculty education in support of ongoing curriculum changes that emphasize giving students more time in the field and less in the classroom.
The Evans Dental Institute, today known as the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, was founded in 1878 as the Pennsylvania College of Dental Surgery. After merging with the University of Pennsylvania in 1909, Thomas W. Evans, a prominent dentist to European nobility including Napoleon III, left the school a generous sum of money to construct what would be, at the time, the best equipped dental building in the United States. The Stomatological Society was a professional organization based within the school, active during the middle of the twentieth century, that served to further the knowledge and interests of dentists and dental students. ...
When you have a bad day at the office, its fairly reasonable to want to get as far away from your line of work as is humanly possible. Unfortunately, as a final year dental student, such an escape often involves a binge-eating session of desserts, chocolate, and anything else remotely antagonistic to both the dental…
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