McGill Discovery Day in Health Sciences is a one-day event that gives secondary school students (primarily Grade 11) who are interested in science the opportunity to explore a variety of career options in medicine and the health sciences. (source: http://www.cdnmedhall.org/discovery-days).
On November 23rd, 2018, the Faculty of Dentistry offered a hands-on workshop where participants learned how to take a dental impression on a stone model as well as learn about the importance and uses of panoramic radiographs.
Special thank you to Marie-Claude Loignon (Admissions and Recruitment Officer) and Sophie Maurice (Admissions Coordinator) who supported and oversaw the event as well as to activity leaders: Leo Nassani and Amélie Fournier (DMD IV) and student helpers: Jean-Daniel Azuelos, Wenjia Wu, Marise Saaman, Arielle Sabbah (all DMD III), Sophie Patenaude (DMD I).
See the photo gallery here