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Spurring Social Change One Smile at a Time with Dr. Rania Habib, MD, DDS

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Spurring Social Change One Smile at a Time with Dr. Rania Habib, MD, DDS

Dr. Rania Habib has always had a knack when it comes to children which is what ultimately lead her to oral and maxillofacial surgery, specializing in repairing pediatric clefts. In…
June 22, 2020
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Spurring Social Change One Smile at a Time with Dr. Rania Habib, MD, DDS

Dr. Rania Habib has always had a knack when it comes to children which is what lead her to oral and maxillofacial surgery, specializing in repairing pediatric clefts. In this jam-packed episode, host D and Dr. Rania Habib not only demystify for listeners what oral and maxillofacial surgery actually is, they also get into their considerations when it comes to making social change. Rania shares with D her firm belief in the importance of multidisciplinary care in her field to make sure children and their families are adjusting to all changes, not just medical ones. They talk about the importance of having tough conversations on race, the politics of overseas medical mission trips, and what Rania is doing to try to improve the low percentage of women involved in oral and maxillofacial surgery.

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