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Student loan-repayment options for dental residents

With the introduction of a dedicated refinancing program for dental residents, dentists in training now have more options for repaying their dental-school loans. It’s good […]

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Together to learn: New dentists from around Colorado attend a
study club sponsored by the Colorado Dental Association New Dentist
Committee to learn about business matters.

Study clubs from a business perspective

Englewood, Colo. — For new dentists, there can be a lot to learn when it comes to creating or running a small business. Establishing the […]

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Price Is Right: The Greater St. Louis Dental Society hosts
a spoof of the popular game show as part of an effort to
engage new dentists in a fun and educational way. Vendors
donated more than $2,000 of products and prizes for the
event.

Greater St. Louis Dental Society finds key to engaging new dentists: Fun

St. Louis — “The Price is Right.” “Family Feud.” “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” Spoofing classic game shows and morning talk shows into activities may seem […]

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Peak: Dr. Bruce Terry holds the American Dental Association flag at the summit of Vinson Massif, the highest point in Antarctica.

Q&A: Dr. Bruce Terry, full-time dentist, part-time mountaineer

Dr. Bruce Terry is best-known around the ADA for bringing the Association’s flag to the highest point in Antarctica. At home in his Pennsylvania community, […]

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Sister follows brother’s footsteps into dentistry

“Growing up, I always followed in the footsteps of my older brother,” Dr. Kamaxi Patel said. Dr. Patel, who graduated from the Texas A&M University […]

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Drs. Donna and Jennifer Thompson

Different generations, same love of dentistry

When Dr. Donna Thompson entered dental school in the fall of 1974, she was one of five women in her class of 71 students at […]

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