Dr. Baker is a standing member of the Oral, Dental and Craniofacial Sciences NIDCR Study Section. She also serves as a member of the University of Utah Academic and Executive Senate and Equity and Inclusion Committee in the School of Dentistry. ... Read More
The Future of Dentistry: Transforming Scholars into Leaders
The University of Utah School of Dentistry’s mission is to improve the oral and overall health of the community through education, research, and service based on: academic excellence; exceptional, compassionate, and innovative patient-centered care; research to advance knowledge and continually improve oral health; community collaboration, enrichment, and service; and leadership.
First Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) Degree Coming in 2017
The University of Utah School of Dentistry will grant its first DDS degree in 2017.
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Kids can be rambunctious and rowdy, especially during the warm summer months when they're outside playing sports and running around. When they eventually take a spill that knocks out a tooth, do you know what to do? Pediatric dental specialist Dr. Hans Reinemer explains what you need to do for everything from chips and cracks to fully knocked-out teeth. ... Read More
The Class of 2017 graduated on Saturday, May 20, 2017. Watch highlights from the event here.... Read More
Baby bottle tooth decay can be dangerous for a child. Enrique Varela, an assistant professor at the University of Utah's School of Dentistry stopped by to share what you need to know about tooth decay and how you can prevent it. ... Read More
TJ Ferrill, Assistant Head of Creative Spaces, and Ben Engel, 3D Media Support and Training Specialist, both staff members of the library’s Creativity and Innovation Services Department, have been working with Assistant Professor Mark Durham, DMD, on exploring dental and medical projects involving augmented reality and 3D scanning and printing. They’ve also toyed with using this technology for staff empowerment and visioning.... Read More
Tears streamed down Rachel Smith's face as she paid tribute to each of her fellow University of Utah School of Dentistry graduates at Saturday morning's commencement ceremony. She and the 19 other class of 2017 members were the inaugural graduates from the U.'s School of Dentistry, the first new school or college added to the university in 50 years. The class had a 100 percent pass rate for the National Board Dental Examination and the Western Regional Examining Board and 13 of the graduates will continue their education through residencies and fellowships across the country.... Read More