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Automated external defibrillators in the dental office

August 1, 2018
Dental hygiene students win a national award for their research on how dental providers can prepare for a worst-case patient scenario: sudden cardiac arrest

Operation Lone Star: Emergency preparedness exercise in South Texas

July 25, 2018
Partnership exercise brings free health services to South Texas and improves civilian-military cooperation

Braces by the sea

June 28, 2018
Graduate students take orthodontic care to the Caribbean

Could your gut be triggering migraine headaches?

June 13, 2018
Texas A&M researchers investigate how gut bacteria may affect the brain

Second-career professor is a first-rate mentor, students say

May 15, 2018
David Murchison ’80, DDS, MMS, teaches many of the same students twice: once as predental students at UT Dallas and once at the College of Dentistry

In pursuit of a cure for shingles pain

March 30, 2018
National Institutes of Health awards Texas A&M College of Dentistry researchers $1.25 million to explore post-herpetic neuralgia at the cellular level

You asked: What qualifies as a dental emergency?

March 12, 2018
From mild gum pain to serious infections and traumatic events, there's a spectrum of urgency

Get to know: Reginald Taylor, DMD, DMSc

February 26, 2018
A transformational educator at the Texas A&M College of Dentistry

The gift of a smile

February 23, 2018
For this North Texas teenager born with a rare form of dwarfism, a new smile in time for graduation didn’t seem likely. Then two Texas A&M College of Dentistry faculty members stepped in to help.
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