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36.9% of brittanygoestodentalschool's followers are female and 63.1% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 6.90%. The average number of likes per post is 577 and the average number of comments is 45.
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Today’s the day, finally a dentist! #brittanywenttodentalschool Thank you Plaque Pals for joining me on my dental school journey. It’s been a rollercoaster ride not only these last four years, but of course my pre-dental years too. I’m so glad I stuck through it and pushed through my fears even though I doubted myself so many times. To my pre-dental Plaque Pals caught up in their lack of self confidence, to my dental student Plaque Pals with doubts if they are cut out for dentistry, and to my new dentist Plaque Pals who are not exactly sure what the future holds, always remember to Dream Big, Work Hard, and Never Give Up! 🥰 P.S. I’m not ready to let go of my IG name @brittanygoestodental school just yet... I will be taking my WREB license exam next Monday - Wednesday. Let me pass that test first! 😅 Also, be sure to check out my latest YouTube video- “New Dentist Reacts to Her Old Dental School Vlogs” 😇 Link in bio!
What I wish I knew as a ... (Part 2) D3- The human mouth is so different from the mannequin mouths you’ve been working on... not only the teeth, saliva, tongue, but oh wait, your patients have emotions and pain receptors! Just because you have a few bad patient encounters does not mean you are a “bad clinician”. Remember when you hated dentures in your D2 year? Jokes on you, you’re going to have so many denture cases to work on ... and dentures on clinic are so different from in lab classes. Even though you are unsure of many things, you will be so happy to have the support of so many professors that you look up to. D4- Oh gosh, faculty naturally expects more from you because you are a senior. You will doubt your decision to pursue dentistry a couple times, but that does not mean that it’s time to give up completely. You will learn that you stress out so much but it’s because you care a lot. You will realize you don’t have all the answers but with time and practice, you get better. You will remember the first screening patient appointment you had as a D2 and laugh at how nervous you were. Now you can do screenings with your eyes closed. You will feel angry that you did not get to spend the last few months practicing on clinic because of the unpredictable circumstances. You will realize that learning does not stop, even after dental school, and you know you’ll make the most of your given circumstances. ❤️ 🔑What are your D3 and D4 tips?
What I wish I knew as a... D1- Everyone comes into dental school with different skills. Embrace your own abilities and learn from others. Don’t lose hope when you find out you “suck” with your handskills. You’ll learn, slowly but surely. That’s why you’re in dental school, to learn. Take a breather! You don’t always have to be studying all the time. Take breaks when needed, hang out with your friends, talk to your family more. What I wish I knew as a... D2- This year is going to be so full academically, it’s going to test your emotions a lot, but it doesn’t mean you won’t get through it. You’re going to be stressed out with juggling schoolwork and the new lab classes but you will be so happy and excited to learn more about dentistry. You’re going to suck at setting denture teeth, and you’re going to fail almost every typodont competency but you’re going to realize that it’s okay to fail, just as long as you learn from your mistakes and keep going. (D3 and D4 parts coming in the next post!) What are some things you wish you knew as a D1/D2? Comment your thoughts!
I haven’t been making videos on YouTube for a while, but you probably knew that. Earlier this year, I was SO excited for my channel because I wanted to document my job hunt, my license exam, my last days at dental school, and of course my dental school graduation! But of course, we all know that everything changed abruptly and I found myself feeling very upset and discouraged. I didn’t want to vlog my “quarantine life” because I found it was too uninspiring and worried that plaque pals would find it bland. 😢 But the other day I had a surge of inspiration and motivation! 💡 I have some video ideas- 1. An update on my senior year/ and how covid 19 has affected things. 2. A Q&A video about my entire experience as a dental student (good, bad, ugly, everything) 3. I recently cleaned out my dental school locker and I’ve brought all my supplies home. Maybe an organization dental supplies video? Making this will definitely motivate me to clean (Idk if this even remotely interesting for plaque pals 😢) Not sure if you all want a combined video for options 1 and 2 or you’d like it to be separate? Please let me know! Also, comment any video ideas! (I probably will not do any vlogging at home because I think my home life is incredibly lackluster 😂)
“My grades aren’t competitive enough.” “I haven’t even taken the DAT yet!” “I’m a non-traditional student.” “My advisors messed me up.” “I’m so afraid to fail!” “Should I even apply to dental school this cycle?” How many of you are so caught up in your heads? Who feels like their negative mindset and lack of guidance is holding them back? Everyone’s path to dentistry is different. My story is different than yours, and your story is different than that of the other dental student instagrammers you follow. There is no one clear cut way! Your journey is your own unique journey and you have to take action to take control of it! P.S. If you’re ready to let go of your fears that are holding back, stop comparing yourself with others, and get the PERSONALIZED guidance and help you deserve with applying to dental school, DM me RIGHT NOW about my 1 on 1 Coaching Program! I am only working with highly motivated action-takers who are ready to invest in themselves! (Spots are LIMITED - I will be dedicating my time to work with only a handful of students!)
DENTAL SCHOOL APPLICATIONS MISTAKES- Around this time five years ago, I was preparing to apply to dental school. I know how overwhelming and scary the application can be because I’ve been there before too! To all my pre-dental plaque pals, I’d like to share some potential mistakes students can make... 💛 Not starting early 💛 Second guessing yourself 💛 Not having enough guidance By starting early, I’m not talking about just a few months before applications open. I’m talking about preparing yourself in university, taking the right classes, studying for the DAT, creating relationships with your professors and dentists long before you apply to dental school. I get a lot of messages from pre-dental students asking when I felt ready to take the DAT, or ready to apply to dental school. The truth is, you can’t be 100% ready for everything. The longer you wait, the more opportunities you miss, you never know unless you shoot your shot! Not having the proper guidance or support can also hinder pre-dental students with applying to dental school. The application is, I’m not going to lie, kind of confusing. 💛 If you’re done feeling lost and confused about your upcoming dental school application, I want to work with you! DM me for more info about my 1 on 1 Pre- Dental COACHING Program! (I will be working with a few students this cycle so spots are LIMITED!)
We can make an impact in our PATIENTS’ lives, but our patients can make an impact in OUR lives too. Dentures have always been a pain for me. I remember when we first started learning about removable prosthodontics it was so frustrating! Setting teeth took me hours and when I would do try-ins, I would often have to reset the teeth multiple times! 😱 In the past, I have been discouraged by difficult patients who had high expectations for their dentures. It would hurt me so much! But... on the flip side, although we have those challenging patients, we have to remember the ones who support us, who are kind and patient and are a major part of our learning experience. It’s so easy to zone in on the negative. But it’s important for us to stop spending so much time on the things that bring us down. I’m so thankful for the patients who have believed in me, lifted me up, and helped me be more confident in myself and my skills. What is your favorite unforgettable patient experience?
PERSONAL STATEMENT CLICHÉS- I’ve been reading and providing feedback on pre-dental personal statements for over two years now and here are some of the most common things that I read... 🦷 Having braces changed my life. 🦷 Dentistry is a perfect blend of science and art. 🦷 I want to become a dentist because I want to help people. 🦷 Dentists have the ability to create lasting relationships with their patients. Obviously, not all of us will have amazing and unique stories to share. In fact, we probably have similar, if not the same reasons why we are pursuing dentistry, and there’s nothing wrong with that. In that case, if so many students write similar content in their personal statements, what exactly makes them stand out? The student’s VOICE! It’s HOW the pre-dental student executes and shares their story. It’s the STYLE that helps the student’s voice shine through, not necessarily the content. So whenever you’re ready to make YOUR VOICE be heard in YOUR personal statement, DM me about more info on how you can get the feedback that you deserve.
“Dentistry is a combination of science and art”... How many times have I read that in pre-Dental personal statements? More than I can count! Pre-Dental students, what are YOU doing to hone in your handskills RIGHT NOW? And dental students, what are you doing to keep those skills alive? 🎨🤹♀️🎮🎯🛠💅🏼💇
How do you deal with comparing yourself to others? It is so hard, especially during this day and age to not compare yourself to others. There’s social media, there’s your classmates, the list goes on! I remember when I was a pre-dental student, I was struggling with my academics. It didn’t help that the person I lived with would leave their exam results lying around. I would catch glimpses at their A’s and feel disheartened. Flash forward to dental school, when I was first learning pre-clinical lab skills. My friend and I would spend hours practicing for lab exams. One time, we went to school the night before to practice only to find one more student there. There were only three of us and we literally had to rethink if the exam was actually the day after or not. It was. 😂 It is going to be hard to completely stop comparing yourself to others. But what you can do is try to focus on your own journey. What are your strengths? What can you do better than the average person? I try to have my motivation stem from self-improvement, not from comparing myself to others. Remember your pre-dental and dental school journey is your own. It’s going to be unique with its own challenges but also wins! Who is guilty of comparing yourself to others? How do you deal with it? 😆
Do you have to major in Biology to go to dental school? No! You can receive a Bachelors degree in anything you’d like, as long as you complete the pre-dental prerequisites- ✅Biology✅ Physics ✅ General Chemistry ✅ Organic Chemistry ✅ Psychology (some schools) ✅ Biochemistry (some schools) ✅ English (some schools) So why do people major in science? I personally have a Bachelors in Biological Sciences. I chose so because a lot of my requirements for my major lined up with the pre-dental requirements too. I also was under the impression that majoring in science was preferred. Your pre-dental experience doesn’t have to be limited to science! I was very limited in my college studies outside of science. I wish I had explored more fields such as psychology, business, and even art. Sometimes I wonder what it would be like if I majored in something else... Don’t let the expectation that you have to major in science bring you down! Dental students, what did you major in? 🕵️♀️🕵️♂️ Please share! (Also thank you Sean for being a great patient!)
I remember what it was like to get below a 50% on my first physiology midterm in college. I thought that I was for sure done for. I went to my professor and my pre-dental advisor looking for help. I wanted to know whether I should withdraw from the physiology class or if I should stick it through and try to get a passing grade. Sadly, I received little guidance and I felt like was ready to kiss dental school goodbye. 👋🏼 💋 Navigating through my pre-dental journey was tough. I had a lot of questions and I frequently felt lost. I know just how confusing being a pre-dental student is and although I am familiar with my story, I want to know what YOUR pre-dental goals and struggles are. Please fill out the survey in my bio so I can get to know your story too! I’ll send over a motivational sticker to one lucky Plaque Pal who filled out the survey. ~
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