Poverty coursework

Dr. Lizette Barzaga originally from Cuba, found her passion to help people at early ages and studied General Medicine for four years, and then decided to focus more on esthetics and a specific location of our body, the mouth. Dr Barzaga, completed successfully her degree as Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry ( DMD), at Nova Southeastern University. She started working for some years as an associate until 2013 became owner of this practice. She has participated on programs for dentists to join with others in the community and provide dental services to underserved children and seniors. Dr Barzaga has continue her education with advanced courses on Six Months Smile, Clear Correct, Implantology and other continuing education programs. When she in not practicing dentistry, Dr Barzaga, enjoys being with her beautiful children, family, friends and her hobbies include traveling, swimming and trying out new restaurants.
147 Alhambra Cir Suite 201 Coral Gables, FL 33134
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305-445-6006 .

Transfer courses are evaluated on a course-by-course basis to determine whether they meet the general core requirements. Students transferring from a regionally accredited institution of higher education in New Mexico with an earned associate degree will have New Mexico Highlands University proficiency, extended core, and minor requirements waived. Students are encouraged to complete the AA or AAS degree and the 35-hour common core and program prerequisites during their freshman and sophomore years to assure completion of the bachelor’s degree within two additional years.

Poverty coursework

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