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Since we last heard from Eric Nunnally in LMT’s February 2013 issue, he’s finished dental school, successfully passed his Boards and started practicing dentistry in Louisville.
After three long years at the University of Louisville School of Dentistry, Eric Nunnally begins his countdown to graduation.
Technician-turned-dental student Eric Nunnally details why dentists are so apprehensive about new products and proceduresâand what you can do to help them get on board.
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A Technician Goes to Dental School: the Exciting, Terrifying and Rewarding Experience of Working With Patients
Now in his third year at the University of Louisville School of Dentistry, technician-\r\nturned-dental student Eric Nunnally is doing what heâs waited years to do: treat patients.
Now in his second year at the University of Louisville School of Dentistry, technician-turned-dental student Eric Nunnally identifies the trends he sees in today\\\'s dental studentsâyour future clients.
In part IV of his ongoing column, technician-turned-dental student Eric Nunnally, CDT, shares his experiences in his second year at the University of Louisville School of Dentistry.
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In Part II of his ongoing column, technician-turned-dental student, Eric Nunnally, CDT, chronicles his experience at the University of Louisville School of Dentistry.
In Part III of his ongoing column, Eric Nunnally, CDT, finds that technicians and dentists have more parallels than he thought, and that his technician background is finally giving him a leg up.
A year ago, Eric Nunnally was working in his fatherâs laboratory. Today, heâs a student at the University of Louisville School of Dentistry, wearing scrubs, dissecting a human body and learning to drill a cavity prep.