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Newsletter at a Glance

OU ASDA Picture Poetry..................................2 OU ASDA Reaches out to OKC Douglass Mid-HIgh School..................................................5 Recap: National Leadership Conference........6 Liaison Lair............................................................8 Old New York was Once New Amsterdam............................................................9 Spotlight on Faculty ..........................................10 Words of Wisdom/Meet the DS1s................12 Letter from the President................................13 DS2, BECKY RAMOS GIVES TOOTH WAXING ADVICE TO FIRST YEAR ALI SOMJEE AT ASDA’S FIRST EVER “WAX AND RELAX”

Just for Fun..........................................................14

Tis the Season: OU ASDA Gives Back The theme of this quarter’s newsletter is giving back. OU ASDA has truly made an effort this semester to reach out to its members and also to the Oklahoma City community. Dental students are among the most busiest type of student with endless hours studying for tests and board exams along with seeing

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patients. Here at OUCOD, upperclass members of ASDA remember how stressful it is just starting out and found a great way to give some advice for the DS1’s on tips and methods of waxing up teeth. This year OU ASDA members also teamed up with the Oklahoma Dental Foundation to administer dental

NATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE RESOURCES Our OU ASDA representatives had a great time at the first ever National Leadership Conference. You can gain online access to resources from the conference including PowerPoint presentations and CV’s by visiting ASDA’s website, www.asdanet.org

screenings at an OKC mid-high school. This newsletter will give you an inside look at these events and others held this fall semester. Thank you to all OU ASDA members who helped make them possible. -Diane Vincent, ’15 OU ASDA Publications Editor

CHILL AND DRILL “Wax and Relax” was a huge success! As a result, OU ASDA has decided to implement their first “Drill and Chill” next January. Upperclassmen will be available to give tips to the DS1’s on setting up operative cassettes and kits as well as tips on cavity preparations and insertions. Date and Time- TBA

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OU ASDA Picture Poetry: A reflection on the fellowship, free food, and fun side of OU ASDA

By Diane Vincent, ’15 (Photos by Loan Vu, ’14 and Chandler Hall, ’15)

An overhand serve started the new school year right When OU ASDA members played volleyball all through the night.

The Oklahoma Dental Association is one of a kind At the BBQ picnic, we had such a good time

There were vampires... The fellowship was amazing and

s... and lifeguard

...and turtles

the food was delish

oh my!

All ASDA events should have bouncy

castles, we wished

And spectators that hung out with this very hairy guy.

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Some of our members prefer a differen t kind of game The Open-Wide golf tournament put s others to shame

It was a great time away from books, cast models, and

Happy Hour at Iguana Grill happened in mid-September Good food and drinks with friends we will always remember

tests

Events like these are truly sentimental

For nature lovers, there was plenty to

see of Oklahoma’s best But couldn’t have been done without Patterson Dental

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ent of the year ith the grandest ev w ga e beer sa ry et po r t free stuff and fre ge We end ou ts en ud st al nt de me and Where vendors co

DentFest allows students to learn about new dental products, services and such

But winning things like an Apple TV and Thunder tickets sure adds a nice touch

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OU ASDA  reaches  out  to  OKC  Douglass  Mid-­‐High  School By Sneha Patel, ’15, OU ASDA member

Being a member of OU ASDA has multiple benefits. Access to vendors, fellowship with other dental students, gaining leadership skills, building confidence, and learning about organized dentistry are priceless entities to a future dentist that can be gained by joining. However, often we get caught up in what ASDA can do for us as dental students that we forget what it can do for our community. The executive officers of OU ASDA have made a goal to get more involved with helping out our local community this year. On October 12, OU ASDA teamed up with the Oklahoma Dental Foundation and Douglass Mid-High School in Oklahoma City to perform dental screenings on the students at the school. The students ranged from 7th grade through 12th grade. A total of 151 students were screened. Of those students, 83 students were referred to the ODF for needing treatment – either fillings or extractions – on the mobile dental van. Dental students volunteered through OU ASDA to perform the dental screenings/oral health education as a prelude to the dental treatment that would be scheduled to take place on October 29, 30, and 31. DS3s performed the screenings, while DS1s & DS2s talked to the students about oral health, brushing, and flossing. It was a very valuable experience for all the dental students to be able to get out in the community and apply the skills they have acquired in their education. This screening was a continuation of an ongoing collaboration between Douglass Mid-High School, the ODF, and the OU College of Dentistry. The principal of the school attributes health as a major factor

contributing to student absences. As a response to this issue, a huge effort has been made to bring in outside community health resources to help reduce the number of school absences so that the students can receive the best education possible.

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Update: National Leadership Conference

Ryan A.  Johnson   Class  of  2014

The ASDA  National   Leadership  Conference   in  Chicago   was  unlike  any  conference   I  have   ever  attended.  I  was   blown   away   by   all   the   great  speakers   and   continued   to  sit  at  the   edge   of   my   seat   waiting  for  the  next  bit  of  great  advice  for  dentists.  One   of  my   favorite   sessions   was   titled,   Personality   Plus:   Understanding  Your   Individual   Leadership   Style.   Mary  Byers,  speaker   and   consultant,  spoke  about  taking  the  time   to  understand  people   and   how   they   work,   i.e.   what   makes   them   tick.  This   was   an   extremely   helpful   lecture   because  leaders  (or  dentists  for  that  matter)   easily   fall  into  the   trap   of   asking  others   to   do  things   a   certain   way   and/or  by  a  certain  time.  For  dentists,  we  might  have  the  wrong   people   working  the   front  desk.  We  might  want  to  move   them  from  being  an   assistant  to   a   front  office   manager,  or  vise   versa.   Having   the   right   people   in  the   right  spot  can  take   your  business   to   a   new   level   by   allowing  individuals   to   work   in   their  strengths.  We   all   know   this   to  be   true,   but   Mary   gave   some   fantastic   examples   for   dental  practitioners   and  how  it   would  ultimately   help   you  out  in  the   long   run.  I   found  all  of   the   speakers   at   the  NLC  excellent  and  hope  to  see   them  in  the  future.  I  am  glad  the   OU  Chapter  was   able   to  send  me  to  the  1st  ever  NLC  event  in  Chicago.

This was  my  first  time   to  ever  attend  an  ASDA  National   meeting  and  I  am  so  grateful   that   I  was   given  the  opportunity  to   do  so.  I  have   never   felt  so  inspired  and  motivated   in   one   weekend   as   I   felt   after   leaving   the   National   Leadership   Conference.   Each   speaker  was  wonderful  and  offered  excellent  advice  for  how  to  improve   yourself  as   a   leader  and  as  a  future   dentist.  My   favorite   session  I  attended  was  "Workforce  Forum:   Protecting  Your  Profession"  given  by  Dr.  Carter  Brown  from  the  Academy  of  General   Dentistry.  Dr.  Brown   spoke   about   some   of  the   "hot   topics"   involving   our   profession   today,   focusing   a   lot   on   student   debt  and   mid-­‐level   providers.   It   really   opened   my   eyes   to   how   uneducated   law   makers   and   the   general   public   are   when   making   decisions   about  our   profession,   and   that  we   as   dentists   and   leaders   need   to   express   our  voices  more   and  be   proactive  in  the   direction  we  want  our  futures  to  go.  Being  the   ASDA   Communications   Chair,   I   also   enjoyed   the   session   "Communications   Ideas   Exchange"   where   we   got   to   interact   with   other  schools   and   hear  how  they   develop   their  newsletter,  recruit  new   members,   and  give   back   to   current  members.   I   cannot   wait  to  implement  these   ideas   to  our  ASDA   chapter,  and   make   it   the   best  it   can   be!   Overall,  I  feel  this  weekend  pulled  me   out   of  my  jaded  mentality   toward  the  stressful   second   year  of  dental   school,   and   put   me  back   on  track   to   seeing   the   big   picture   of   being   apart   of  an  AMAZING   profession.  Of   course   being   in   my   favorite   city   in   the   world,  Chicago,  was  just  an  added  bonus  to  a  wonderful  experience!

Lindsay DeGuilio Class  of  2015

“A first   year   at   the   first   ever   National  Leaders  Conference”,  kind  of  rolls   right  off  the   tongue.  This  was   the   first  ASDA  conference   for   me  and  let  me  just  say  that  they  could   not  have   left   a   better  impression.  We   showed  up  ten   strong,  representing  OUCOD   in   best  possible   light.  Our   very   first   speaker,  Ryan  Estis,  came   out   swinging   with  one   of   the   best   keynotes   I  have   ever  heard.  Each  breakout  session  that  followed,  continued  to   expand  on  the   key   concepts   presented   in   that  keynote.   One   of   my   favorite   breakout   sessions  was   “Recruiting  First  Years  and   Pre-­‐Dental  Students,”   where   Kyle   Beulke  gave   some   great   ideas   on   how  to   increase   involvement   in   ASDA.  One   of   the   most   useful   ideas   I  took  away  from  the   session  was   how   to  give  an  “elevator   speech”  by  providing   60  seconds   about  what  ASDA  is  and   what  it  does.  Overall   the   experience   was  amazing   and  even   with  a  huge  Biochemistry   exam  looming  over  my  head,  I   managed  to  soak  up   as  much  of  the  big  city  and  conference  as  I  could. Shak  Feroz Class  of  2016 6


OU ASDA R E P R ES E NT I N G I N C H I CAG O

2012 NATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE OU ASDA REPRESENTATIVES DS3’S: SETH BROOKS, RYAN JOHNSON, PRIYANKA KAINTHLA, GABE LUTRELL DS2‘S: SAMANTHA ALI, LINDSAY DEGUILIO, DARYN LU, JIM TATE DS1‘S: SHAK FEROZ, ALISON SEAMANS

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N O S I LIA IR LA

Driving for ADPAC

By Carlie Mae Hall, ’15 OU ASDA Legislative Liaison

Gabe Luttrell ’14 (far left) and Dr. Raymond Cohlmia and Dr. Krista Jones (far right)

As students,  it  is  often  difficult  for  us  to  see  beyond   the  next  test,  next  practical,  next  patient,  or  even   envision  graduation  day.    We  find  ourselves  consumed   with  school  and  sometimes  are  willing  to  let  the  rest  of   the  world  fade  into  the  background.    Remember  when   you  used  to  work  out  after  school  in  undergrad?    Or   give  your  sweet  Nana  a  call  just  because?    Well,  you   get  what  I’m  saying.    We  are  busy  and  don’t  have  much   time  for  life  outside  of  school.    The  precious  time  we   do  have  we  spend  with  the  people  we  love  and  doing   the  few  easy  hobbies  we  have  that  are  still   manageable.    Time  is  everything  to  a  dental  student   and  it  can  be  a  powerful  gift  to  offer  to  the  field  of   dentistry.  The  point  of  ASDA’s  annual  Pizza  and   Politics  session  and  ADPAC  drive  is  to  ask  dental   students  for  an  hour  of  their  time  and  a  few  dollars   from  their  pocket  to  help  a  very  important  cause. ADPAC  stands  for  the  American  Dental  Political  Action   Committee.    It  is  the  bipartisan  branch  of  the   American  Dental  Association  that  represents  dental   issues  to  our  politicians.    They  represent  not  only   dentists,  but  also  dental  students.    Some  important   issues  that  ADPAC  frequently  discusses  with  our   lawmakers  include:  student  loan  debt  and  repayment,   access  to  dental  care,  community  dental  health   programs,  taxation  of  medical  equipment,  midlevel   provider  care,  reimbursement  rates  for  dentists,   insurance  company  influence  in  the  profession,  and   workforce  diversity.    We  are  fortunate  to  have  such  a   well-­‐represented  profession.    Our  lobbyists  celebrate   frequent  successes  and  their  opinions  are  considered   indicative  of  our  profession  as  a  whole.  Lawmakers  

know that  ADPAC  represents  the  approximately  80%   of  all  dentists  in  the  U.S.  who  are  ADA  members.     ADPAC  also  uses  their  powerful  voice  to  represent   dental  students,  and  we  have  a  simple  way  to  give  our   support  back  –  join  ADPAC.   Pizza  and  Politics  presents  this  information  to  OUCOD   dental  students  and  serves  as  an  outlet  to  ask  for   support  of  ADPAC.    This  October,  ASDA  Legislative   Liaison,  Gabe  Luttrell,  presented  the  purpose  of   ADPAC  to  our  students  and  why  it  is  important  to  join.   This  year  our  guest  speakers,  Dr.  Raymond  Cohlmia   and  Dr.  Krista  Jones,  spoke  about  how  they  work  on  a   state  level  through  the  Oklahoma  Dental  Association’s   DENPAC  (Dental  Political  Action  Committee).  The   turnout  this  year  was  great  filling  all  80  chairs  in  our   meeting  room.    Many  students  chose  to  join  ADPAC   during  our  membership  drive  and  will  be  receiving  an   ADPAC  membership  pin.    If  you  didn’t  get  a  chance  to   join  it  is  never  too  late!    ASDA  Legislative  Liaisons   Gabe  Luttrell  (DS3),  Carlie  Mae  Hall  (DS2)  and  Justin   Young  (DS1)  can  sign  you  up  anytime.    A  student   membership  is  only  five  dollars  and  demonstrates   your  commitment  to  supporting  the  dental  profession.   A  big  thanks  to  the  Oklahoma  Dental  Association  for   providing  pizza  and  drinks  for  us  again  this  year,  we   truly  appreciate  their  support  of  ASDA.    We  will  be   hosting  another  event  in  the  spring  to  bring  awareness   to  the  political  action  committee  that  works  at  the   state  level  called  Oklahoma  DENPAC.    We  look   forward  to  seeing  you  all  there!    

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Old New York was once New Amsterdam By Chad Carter, ’15, OU ASDA Member

I hope  many  of  you  had  the  opportunity  to  meet  our  

Gokay will  be  presenting  the  Pindings  of  our  research   at  his  university’s  version  of  ScientiPic  Day.  In  Turkey,   dental  school  starts  right  after  secondary  school.   Wouldn’t  it  be  nice  to  graduate  with  a  dental  degree   at  22  years  old!  Even  if  he  gets  into  a  residency   program  he  will  be  a  specialist  at  age  25  or  26.

Gokay and  I  have  been  working  together  on  a   research  project  over  the  Denver  Growth  Study.  This   fall  he  got  the  opportunity  to  travel  from  the   University  of  Instanbul  (not  Constantinople)  to  visit   OUCOD.  Through  the  IADS,  International  Association   of  Dental  Students,  he  was  able  to  travel  here  to  work   for  two  weeks.  

While Gokay  was  here,  we  had  fun,  ate  Mexican  food,   shared  family  time;  my  kids  even  got  to  learn  a  bit  of   Turkish.  Be  sure  to  read  Gokay’s  own  account  on  the   OU  ASDA  blog  page.  And  if  you’ve  a  date  in   Constantinople,  she’ll  be  waiting  in  Instanbul.

recent visitor  from  Turkey,  Gokay  Karapinar.  I  know   that  we  all  had  crazy  schedules  with  studying  for   classes  and  boards  and  seeing  patients  in  clinic  and   some  folks  didn’t  get  the  opportunity  to  get  to  know   Gokay.  

He does  not  envy  our  school  hours!  In  Turkey,  they   attend  school  from  9am  to  4pm.  That  doesn’t  mean   there  is  any  slacking  though.  He  was  killing  it  at  our   board  exam  quizzing  with  no  preparation  at  all  (any   volunteers  for  taking  their  boards  in  Turkish?).  

PHOTO BELOW: GOKAY KARAPINAR (LEFT) WITH CHAD CARTER AND HIS FAMILY

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Dr. Andrew Goldbeck Department of Endodontics Adapted from an interview given by Matt Lee, ’14

Where did you go to dental school? University of Kentucky

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What is your favorite thing to do when you are not at the school? I like to read and spend time with my family. What kind of genre do you like to read? Mostly either a thriller or mystery. Right now I’m reading the Jack Reacher series of books.

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MICHAEL KINARD HOMETOWN: Crossett, AR

Want advice on how to survive dental school? Why not go straight to those who have been there, done that, and learned the tricks of the trade!

THE DS1’S ARE GETTING READY TO TAKE THEIR FIRST MAJOR WEEK OF FINAL EXAMS IN THEIR DENTAL SCHOOL CAREER. DO YOU HAVE ANY ADVICE ON HOW TO SURVIVE UNTIL WINTER BREAK? “Take care of yourself! Eat good food, take your vitamins, get some sleep. Then buckle down and dedicate yourself to one week of good studying and it will pay off!” (Kayla Muszynski, DS2) “Well, my first bit of advice would be to start studying around a week and a half ago. Aside from that, the married students could look into having the inlaws fly out so their spouses won't be so lonely, and also they might want to take up a crack habit.” (Chris Goelz, DS2)

FAVORITE FOOD: Pasta FAVORITE QUOTE: “The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack in will.”- Vince Lombardi Jr. HOBBIES: Family, golf, basketball, camping

S T E F FA N S I G L E R HOMETOWN: Colorado Springs, CO is my hometown, but I was an army brat and I've lived in a lot of places. FAVORITE SONG: Tough question, so I'll give you three: Life in TechnicolorColdplay, Clarity- John Mayer, and Shoot to Thrill- ACDC. FAVORITE TOOTH: I'm going to have to say my sweet tooth is my favorite tooth. Reese's - plain and simple. Clinically, I like the canines - fun to wax!

LEAHA NELS HOMETOWN: Newalla, OK

“Be glad you're not a second year.” (Daryn Lu, DS2)

“Just take one day at a time! If you feel pressed for time, at least make sure you focus on what your professors go over in the review sessions.” (Diane Vincent, DS2)

UNDERGRAD/MAJOR: OUHSC Dental Hygiene FAVORITE THING TO DO OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL: Hang out with my husband DREAM JOB (BESIDES DENTIST): Pastry Chef HOBBIES: Baking, Crossfit, running, home remodeling, eating 12


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Letter From the President Seth Brooks, OU ASDA President, 2012-13

) (Photo by Shak Feroz, ’16

Winter is   around   the   corner   and   the   holidays   are   quickly   approaching— although   with  70   and  80   degree   days   still   lingering  around  you  would  never  guess   it.     What   does   all   this   mean   to   dental   students?     Well   right   now   it   really   just   means  a   ton   of  @inals!    DS1’s  are   inundated   with   exams,   DS2’s   have   @inals/@ixed   and   endo   projects/practicals/boards/more   @inals,   and   DS3’s  and   4’s  have   a   few   @inals   scattered   throughout   last   few   weeks.     In   the   midst   of   all  this   chaos,   we   wanted   to   remind   everyone   of   the   spirit   of   the   holiday   season   by   theming   this   issue   of   Sooner   Smiles   “ASDA   Gives   Back.”     There   are   a   lot   of   great   articles   on   everything   ASDA   does   to   give   back   to   the   student   body   and   our   community   alike,   plus   a   faculty   spotlight   on   Dr.   Goldbeck   and   a   Christmas   themed   “Just   for   Fun”   section.     We  hope  everyone  has  a  great  @inish  to  the   fall  semester   and  we’re  looking  forward  to   an  awesome  2013!

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Happy Holidays! You’ve been working hard this semester so we hope you enjoy the holiday break! Be careful in your travels and we will see you back in January refreshed and ready to tackle the new year!

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The 12 Days of Finals On the 1st day of Finals my professor said to me, get permission to proceed On the 2nd day of Finals my professor said to me, 2 crown preps, and get permission to proceed

What is the best Christmas gift you ever received? “One year my Dad got me a case of oil for my car. For real.” -Carlie Mae Hall, DS2 “Atari 2600.Yeah... I’m that old.” -Mark McLaren, DS2 “GoBots Big Wheel” -Chris Goelz, DS2 “My sisters got me a giant blanket that has a picture of me on one side of it. Probably the closest thing I’ll get to having one of those old school portraits that really powerful men have hanging above their mantles.” -Troy Schmitz, DS2 “A day in jail... (it was a tour given by a family-friend/ judge)” -Mike Lovda, DS2 “National Championship ticket and a plane ticket to the orange bowl!” -Kassidy Legako, DS2

Happy Holidays! From OU ASDA

On the 3rd day of Finals, my professor said to me, 3 fixed preps, 2 filled canals, and get permission to proceed On the 4th day of Finals my professor said to me, 4 GG Burs, 3 fixed preps, 2 filled canals, and get permission to proceed On the 5th day of Finals my professor said to me 5 full gold crowns, 4 GG Burs, 3 fixed preps, 2 filled canals, and get permission to proceed On the 6th day of Finals my professor said to me 6 last minute projects, 5 full gold crowns, 4 GG Burs, 3 fixed preps, 2 filled canals, and get permission to proceed On the 7th day of Finals my professor said to me 7 more injections, 6 last minute projects, 5 full gold crowns, 4 GG Burs, 3 fixed preps, 2 filled canals, and get permission to proceed On the 8th day of Finals my professor said to me 8 degrees of taper, 7 more injections, 6 last minute projects, 5 full gold crowns, 4 GG Burs, 3 fixed preps, 2 filled canals, and get permission to proceed On the 9th day of Finals my professor said to me 9 in the morning, 8 degrees of taper, 7 more injections, 6 last minute projects, 5 full gold crowns, 4 GG Burs, 3 fixed preps, 2 filled canals, and get permission to proceed On the 10th day of Finals my professor said to me 10 fatal errors, 9 in the morning, 8 degrees of taper, 7 more injections, 6 last minute projects, 5 full gold crowns, 4 GG Burs, 3 fixed preps, 2 filled canals, and get permission to proceed On the 11th day of Finals my professor said to me 11 true/ false questions,10 fatal errors, 9 in the morning, 8 degrees of taper, 7 more injections, 6 last minute projects, 5 full gold crowns, 4 GG Burs, 3 fixed preps, 2 filled canals, and get permission to proceed On the 12th day of Finals my professor said to me 12 lectures covered, 11 true/false questions,10 fatal errors, 9 in the morning, 8 degrees of taper, 7 more injections, 6 last minute projects, 5 full gold crowns, 4 GG Burs, 3 fixed preps, 2 filled canals, and get permission to proceed 14

Sooner Smiles Fall 2012  

Fall Issue of Sooner Smiles