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Children’s book explains why dentists are not ‘monsters’

As a dental student, Dr. David Markiewicz said, he noticed that when he told people he was studying to become a dentist, people would often share their genuine fear and anxiety of going in for a dental visit. To them, he said, dentists were people to be scared of — almost like monsters.


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The ADA New Dentist News is a member resource for new dentists and dental students offering in-depth stories, news and insight about new dentists and their experiences across the practice paradigms in dentistry. The publication is a quarterly print supplement to the ADA News, while its website offers the latest news affecting new dentists today. The New Dentist News was created by the ADA New Dentist Committee, which advises the ADA Board of Trustees on the needs, interest and concerns of dentists who graduated from dental school less than 10 years ago.