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5 Ways to Stand Out for MATCH The final year of dental school is an extremely difficult year for many reasons. Where missing requirements meet “Senioritis,” there’s really a lot through which I have found myself wanting to fast forward. The most difficult part of D4 for me so far has been PASS...

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How to behave on your interview/ phone interview When you get the call for your interview, ask to speak to the doctor or someone in charge of hiring. Your time is valuable, and you don’t want to waste it chasing the wrong office. A few questions I ask on the phone:  What kind of insurances [&hell...

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Some things you want to remember throughout the interview process After you have decided what kind of office you want to work for here are a few tips I have learned through the countless mistakes I have made. The best preparation for your interview is writing an effective resume and cover letter. Li...

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Preparing for your interview begins long before you step foot in the office  You need to figure out what kind of office you want to work for. Here are just a few versions you will come across: DSOs, Medicaid Clinics, Private PPO/DMO, Private PPO/Fee for Service (FFS), Private FFS, Private Medicaid....

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What happens when you leave dental school?   I think we all wait for that glorious moment that we leave our assigned clinics and throw our lab coats in the air and never look back, but what happens after? If you are lucky you picked a good residency, or maybe the right residency picked you. [&h...

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