Dentistry Archives

Dentistry professor uncovers 1,300-year-old murder case

December 8, 2021
A skeleton discovered in an ancient tomb in China was determined by Qian Wang to be a victim of a brutal homicide

Quality sleep reduces dementia risk, dental researchers find

December 8, 2021
The study also suggests that an anti-snoring device may slow onset of Alzheimer’s disease

Dental students join the front-lines administering COVID-19 vaccines

September 10, 2021
College of Dentistry and College of Pharmacy work together to offer a selective course preparing dental students to administer COVID-19 vaccines

Improving dental education, patient care in a community health setting

May 25, 2021
National grant funding is allowing the Advanced Education in General Dentistry program to create better experiences for students and patients

Dental clinic in South Dallas named in honor of Texas’ first Black dentist

March 8, 2021
The Dr. M.C. Cooper Dental Clinic is slated to open in April, and no patients will be denied care due to inability to pay

Oral health and the heart

February 24, 2021
How healthy teeth and gums can affect overall wellness

Filling a void in special-needs dental care

January 25, 2021
College of Dentistry is building a special-needs dentistry program and plans to open a specialty clinic for teens and adults

How to indulge in Thanksgiving comfort food in a healthy way

November 18, 2020
Overeating this holiday season may be more tempting than ever

Outreach effort connects dental hygiene students to retirement home residents

October 28, 2020
A new pen-pal project, Hand in Hand, allows dental hygiene students to become comfortable interacting with older adults
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