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JUNE 17, 2020


Dentistry Disrupted
Advice: National Board Dental Exam Part 1


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


Join us on Wednesday, June 17th, 2020 from 8:00 PM to 9:00PM EST via Zoom, register above. We invite you to join Saif Matti as he provides advice to dental students on how to prepare and what to expect from the National Board Dental Exam.

Dental students often have a lot of questions surrounding the NBDE Part 1. What are the specifics of the exam, eligibility, topics tested and format. What are some of the best materials to use and what can you do to prepare yourself for success. Schulich dental candidate 2022, Saif Matti will be live on Zoom sharing his tips.

A word from our speaker: “Due to the current circumstances around the world and in nearby communities, I ask that those attending this session donate an amount of their choice to a meaningful cause or charity, as a show of support for those most in need. We have come so far, yet still have so far to go. I recommend donating to LUSO as a worthy cause. It’s an organization that focuses on inclusion, diversity and youth. As a child growing up in London, Ontario, they would come to our schools and speak to us and I found it quite moving and powerful. Here is a link to their website:”




Saif Matti

Saif Matti is entering his third year of dental school at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry at Western University. Prior to being accepted into the Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) program he completed his Bachelor of Medical Science (BMSc) degree also at Western University where he graduated with distinction.

Saif is passionate about evidence-based clinical practice and brings to the table years of experience in the field of Quality Improvement (QI). Saif has published and presented his research at multiple medical conferences across the country. He is currently a Senior Representative on the Federation of Canadian Dental Student Associations (FCDSA) where he sits on the board of directors and represents the University of Western Ontario Dental Student Society (UWODSS). He is currently a member of the Ontario Dental Association (ODA), Canadian Dental Association (CDA), American Dental Association (ADA), American Dental Education Association (ADEA), American Student Dental Association (ASDA) and the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD).

Originally from London, ON, Saif strongly values public service and giving back to the community that helped raise him. In the past he has served as volunteer supervisor at Mount Hope, a local long-term care facility, in addition to coaching a children’s soccer team as part of the Southend Recreational Soccer League and mentoring/tutoring other students interested in careers in healthcare. Saif also visits his local high school where he speaks to the graduating class about transitioning into post-secondary education.

In his spare time, Saif enjoys an active lifestyle of playing tennis, biking and weightlifting. Moreover, he appreciates spending time with his family and friends, especially his two younger brothers.

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