We get it, networking isn’t easy. But it is necessary, especially for a client-based profession like dentistry. Join Dr. Lesia as she speaks to Akhil Chawla on the importance of networking as a dental student now.
What is a dental support organization (DSO), and should you as a newly graduated dentist enter into a DSO-affiliated clinic right away? This week, Dr. Lesia Waschuk and Sina Amiri of EDMS are breaking down the varying opinions of DSOs and what that could mean for dentists entering the field.
What is it really like to be an associate dentist? That’s the question Chief Learning Officer, Dr. Marwan Al Rayes and Lecturer and Clinical Instructor, Dr. Ibrahim Saadeldin at Prep Doctors, is answering in this week’s edition of our Careers in Dentistry Series.
For anyone looking to sink their teeth into Canadian dentistry, the National Dental Examining Board of Canada’s (NDEB) equivalency process is the place to start. But what exactly is the NDEB process and what does it entail? Find out here.
You’re ready to take the next step in your journey and establish your dental career in Canada. Now the question is, “How do I become a dentist in Canada?” Here are three routes to get you started.