Every year, not long after things get rolling in the summer, I lecture to the 3rd-year operative class about tooth whitening and vital and non-vital bleaching. I had some resources to share with the students, so one year, I discovered and started using this platform called Bublup. It reminds me a little of Pinterest, but it's easier to organize items, which can be pretty much any type of file. It's also easy to share information with anyone as a beautiful collection of items Bublup calls a roll. Here's the link to the roll I created to supplement my lecture:
A dentist and educator, sharing resources and experiences with her colleagues and students.
Side note - whenever I refer to Sturdevant or Summitt, I'm citing one of these two electronic textbooks:
- Heymann, Harold, et al. Sturdevant's Art and Science of Operative Dentistry. 6th ed., Mosby, 2012.
- Hilton, Thomas J. Summitt's Fundamentals of Operative Dentistry: A Contemporary Approach. 4th ed., Quintessence, 2013.