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Founded in 1896, the School of Dental Medicine has been educating highly qualified professionals to serve the oral health needs of patients and families throughout the region and beyond.
Comprehensive, expanded programs in dental medicine, including continuing dental education programs, are available to train a broad range of care providers, from dental hygienists and doctors of dentistry in multiple specialties, to research faculty devoted to investigating basic and clinical science questions that affect oral health.

Degree Programs

School of Dental Medicine offers programs of study in doctor of dental medicine (DMD), doctor of philosophy (PhD), master of science (MS), master of public health (MPH) in conjunction with the School of Public Health, and bachelor of science (BS).