I am a second year dental student who has previously applied to medical school. I currently have a 4.0 gpa in dental school, and I probably have a shot at getting into specialty programs, but I have a problem. Dental school is not what I envisioned it to be when I applied and was accepted. Perhaps its the environment of the dental school I attend, but I feel as if it is a profession that is completely focused on outward appearances and so driven by money and buying and selling private practices... And I know this may sound trite, but when I applied to medical school and dental school, I did it with the sincere heart to help people. Well, here I am, second year in dental school... maybe it's just a mid-school crisis, but I wish I could have gotten into medical school to work in a hospital setting as a doctor. I was pre-med all throughout college, but I did not do very well on my MCAT... plus my below average gpa (3.58, California resident) could not back me up. Is it too late for me to change careers? I'm open to all the advice I can get. Thanks.