To further help in the effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, we are discouraging walk-in visits. Patients should call ahead at 304-293-6208.
"Dental school team is in constant communication doing the very best it can to make decisions we hope will ease some of the strain our dental school community is feeling," said Anthony Tom Borgia, Dean, WVU School of Dentistry.
For messaging directly meant for dental school faculty, staff, students and residents, visit www.dentistry.hsc.wvu.edu/coronavirus.
Seven clinicians from West Virginia and Maryland gathered at the West Virginia University School of Dentistry Feb. 14 to begin training for a research project focusing on a new method to screen for malignant oral cancer.
With help from alumni and friends, the next generation of West Virginia dentists and dental hygienists will be trained in radically modernized facilities that reflect the excellent education and quality patient care provided by the West Virginia University School of Dentistry.
Students who have a passion for music but also want a career in healthcare can now study both disciplines with a new degree program at West Virginia University. WVU will be one of the first universities in the nation with a music and health undergraduate program.
A limited number of scholarships remain for the May 20-22, 2020 continuing education course at the West Virginia University School of Dentistry.
Appointments are required, and space is limited. To schedule an appointment for the free services, call 304-293-0401.
During the International Orthodontic Congress in Yokohama, Japan, the Asian Pacific Orthodontic Society will recognize West Virginia University School of Dentistry Department of Orthodontics researchers and alumni for a study using a novel expansion appliance to correct posterior crossbite in young adults.
Fotinos Panagakos, DMD, PhD, MA, MBA, associate dean of research at the West Virginia University School of Dentistry, has been named the dental school’s vice dean for administration and research.