Today’s Friday random video features Clint, a 2nd-year dental student, who explains what a typical day is like at dental school.
Clint is attending the University of Minnesota’s school of Dentistry.
The University of Minnesota was established in 1851, and it took over the Minnesota College Hospital in 1888 in order to establish its own Department of Medicine. Its Dental School, originally a part of that Department, was separated off in 1892, and in 1932 it took the name of the School of Dentistry. (Wikipedia)
Early students used a dental hand-piece driven by a foot pedal and made some of their own laboratory and clinical instruments in class. A lot has changed with dentistry since then…
Enjoy reliving dental school with Clint, and a day in the life of a dental student —
Dentists, what is your favorite memory of dental school?