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- February 2014
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.
- November 2012
After three long years at the University of Louisville School of Dentistry, Eric Nunnally begins his countdown to graduation.
- February 2012
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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- October 2011
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.
- May 2011
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.
- April 2011
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.
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 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.
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.
Technology in our industry is advancing at warp speed, and a new generation of tech-savvy technicians is embracing the change. Here, members of this new e-generation share how they think new technology will continue to shape the industry and why they