A blog for dental students!

I'm always thrilled to see blogs being used for educational purposes. Recently I was asked by a dental lecturer how he could put useful images and information on the net for his students and of course I said: 'Put them on a blog!' Then I told him how to go about doing it.

So starts the beginning of My Best Student - a blog for Libyan dental students. But really if you think about it it's not just for Libyan students because blogging is global. How wonderful to have teachers who care about their students. Good work Dr.Ziad!


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  1. Great with all the dentists here in the US you would think someone may have done the same thing. Its a great way to share problems that may not be prevelent in other countries. During a recent visit to the dentist I met a woman who said in a country her husband worked in, the father pulled all his daughters teeth so that when she was married her hubby would never have to take her to the dentist! Thousands of beautiful teeth pulled for money? Yikes. By the way I need a good dentist when I get to LIbya again maybe he will have a few who would enjoy a adventure in dental work?


    Oh and a PS to those who may not know. Khadijah is in the hospital this week, we hope for her a speedy recovery. We would surely miss the blogs of this nice woman.

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  2. No! No! Wrong KhadijaH... there is more than one Khadija in Libya... I'm perfectly fine. Please don't confuse me with anyone else.

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  3. This is exactly what I expected to find out from an article related with dental industry. But I couldn’t understand some parts of this article. This is a growing topic. So I guess I just need to check some more resources regarding this, because it sounds interesting. Last day I came across another article .It is also good. That’s also to really one good article to read. Thank you so much for the information. Once again I appreciate your post very much.

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