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Jul 9, 2016
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Hi all :)
I was wondering if anyone could give me some insight on the clinical strength of either University of Minnesota or University of Kentucky dental programs!
I have been lucky to be accepted to both but can't decide. I'm from out of state but since interviews were virtual, didn't get a chance to visit either... cost is not a deciding factor.
I think MN would be a more fun place to live (I love both the big city life and the outdoors) but I'm not sure if I want to deal with the brutal winters. On the other hand I love Kentucky's family vibes and everyone was just so friendly during interview day, though Lexington strikes me as a little boring to me...

I am pretty set on general dentistry. Does one offer a better clinical training? MN has a class size of 110 and UKCD just 65. UKCD students also see patients starting first year :O I'm really torn. Thanks for any advice!
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