On this In-between-isode, Ryder talks about The Mandalorian, the live-action Star Wars series on Disney+. Star Wars is one of Ryder’s passions outside of dentistry and would love you to join him for this bite-sized episode of the Dental Realist Podcast.
Disclaimer: No Jawas were harmed in the recording of this podcast.
It has been six months since the ADA and local governments told dental offices to shut down temporarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On Episode 52 we discuss if that was the right decision, how it affected dental offices in the short term, how it is still affecting practices, and much more. We start the show talking about our favorite seasons of the year and end it with an exciting announcement. We would be honored if you would join us!
**Note: There is a bit of an audio technical difficulty for the first 5 minutes but clears up after that.**
On Episode 50 we welcome back Brian Trecek, Director of Admissions at Marquette University School of Dentistry, to discuss all aspects of dental school and the dental school application process in the midst of the pandemic.
-How will dental school be different this year?
-Has the application process changed during the pandemic?
-What makes a strong dental school applicant?
-Has the pandemic affected the number of dental school applications?
We discuss these topics and much, much more with Mr. Trecek. Don’t miss out on this valuable information!
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Imposter Syndrome is the persistent inability to believe that one’s success is deserved or has been legitimately achieved. It can affect people in any profession, including dentistry. On Episode 49 we discuss what Imposter Syndrome is, how it can affect dentists, and what can be done to manage it.
We start the show by discussing our favorite bands and musicians and we would love for you to join us!
Even though most dentists are only allowed to treat emergency patients right now, there are still some ways to stay positive and also tackle some necessary projects at the office. We discuss some ways to find positivity during this stressful time, as well as continuing to be productive even when patient treatment is not an option.