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Cleft lip and cleft palate are the most common birth defects in the U.S., affecting 1 in 940 and 1 in 1,574 children, respectively; 3D technology is helping surgeons sharpen their treatment plans.
Two years ago, the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) sent a message to dental schools around the country: don’t forget the human element. Creating a culture of respect has emerged as a national priority in dental education.
Since 1868 Tufts dental school has been a community fixture, providing exceptional dental care to patients in New England and beyond. Today, more than 30,000 patients choose us for their dental care each year. We’ve changed a lot in nearly 150 years, but our commitment to the community has not. In the words more »
“Hacking” dental education: The American Dental Education Association (ADEA) held their 2nd annual New England Curriculum Hack-A-Thon, an opportunity for dental students to team up to create a model dental school and preclinical and clinical dental curricula. About 35 students took part in the hack-a-thon, representing TUSDM, Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of more »
At the TUSDM Craniofacial Pain Center, a team of specialists from many disciplines work together to unravel the puzzle of seemingly intractable facial pain.
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A recent article in CNBC recommends that consumers check out dental schools such as TUSDM to find affordable, high-quality care. As baby boomers approach retirement, cost is a growing concern as Medicare does not cover many dental procedures.
Shortcomings in protective eyewear have spurred a new look at standards. After some personal experience with eye injuries, Peter Arsenault, D94 and an associate clinical professor in the department of comprehensive care at the School of Dental Medicine, brought the eyewear safety issue to the ADA and now leads a subcommittee on the issue.
Pam Yelick, G89, a professor of orthodontics and director of the division of craniofacial and molecular genetics, and her colleagues are developing ways to grow healthy new teeth and bone from dental stem cells—a type of “universal cell” that can morph into many different types of oral tissue.