Kroener helps students build a bridge to dental careers

From the preclinic lab to patient care on the clinic floor, Rick Kroener supports students by sharing lessons in both dentistry and life.

Research into tooth decay biomarkers could shape diagnostic, treatment approaches

Research by postdoctoral fellow Dr. Dina Moussa in identifying biomarkers of dental caries (tooth decay) was recognized with the Ned Lally Award.

Dental Assisting program provides unique learning, career experience

Applications are open until May 1 for fall admission to the College of Dentistry's 10-month Dental Assisting certificate program.

Students inspired by work of national health survey

The opportunity to observe the Canadian Health Measures Survey's oral health team has strengthened the interest of Joanna Tran and Brooklyn Park in dentistry's role in public healt...

Student researcher recognized for study of proteins in saliva

An abstract by PhD student Andrea Escalante received high scores in a review by the International Association for Dental Research's Salivary Research Group.

New Dental Therapy program begins classes in August 2023

Application period for Canada's only dental therapy program runs from March 22 until May 15, 2023.

Translating oral health to serve Indigenous patients, communities

USask researchers work with communities to co-create dental education resources in Cree, Dene languages

Goulet hopes working group strengthens Indigenous oral health research

Assistant professor Trish Goulet appointed chair of the Indigenous Peoples' Health Working Group for the Network for Canadian Oral Health and Research

College creates DMD/MBA partnership with Edwards School of Business

The dual-track DMD and MBA opportunity will offer dentists knowledge, management skills for private practice.

New reality for dental training at USask

Augmented reality simulators provide Dentistry students with an experience that replicates patient treatment.

Research focused on income, housing security for residents with FASD

Dr. Keith Da Silva's research interest came from helping with a student-operated dental clinic in Saskatoon.

USask researcher's work highlighted on oral health series

Dr. Lina Marin’s presentation on omics technologies launched a new series of webinars featuring the research of early career investigators.