Doctor of Dental Medicine

Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD)

Become a dentist

Learn dental procedures and current techniques in a pre-clinical teaching area that includes a state-of-the-art clinic simulation facility. During the clinical training phase of the program, you'll gain experience providing direct patient care in our treatment clinic under the supervision of licensed dentists.

Doctor of Dental Medicine/MBA

Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD)/Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Beginning fall 2023, a dual-track DMD/MBA opportunity will be offered in partnership with the Edwards School of Business, a first among Canadian dental schools. The option will be available to one applicant on the DMD program waitlist. The individual will receive provisional admission to the DMD program for the following year, contingent on first completing the one-year MBA program.

Dental Assisting

Certificate

This 10-month certificate will prepare you for a new career as a dental assistant working with dentists, hygienists, and therapists. Students learn skills including preventative and restorative oral care, radiography, and working as part of a dental team. Students may enter the Dental Assisting program directly from high school.

Dental Therapy

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Dental therapists provide operative, pediatric, periodontic and oral surgery clinical care, along with preventive treatment and health education. Dental therapists are in high demand and students will be ready to enter the workforce immediately upon graduation. Dental therapists can earn $55/hour or more, according to recent Government of Canada Job Bank data. Registered dental hygienists and internationally trained dentists may apply for admission to a one-year program option.

Full information is available by clicking the button. The online application form will be available beginning March 23, 2023, with applications closing May 15.

Bachelor of Science in Dentistry

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

For students who are currently enrolled in the Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) program and have an interest in pursuing a research project and obtaining an additional university degree. The program provides an opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills in research design and methodology.

International Dental Degree Program

Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD)

The program is for students who have already earned a dental degree from an institution in a country not recognized by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of Canada. Students are able to complete a Canadian Doctor of Dental Medicine degree in two years.

Precision Oral and Systemic Health (PhD)

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

For students who have earned a degree in a relevant field and wish to design and conduct research related to oral health. Research topics will have a connection to oral health and students will be exposed to research and training using state-of-the-art technology, critical thinking, ethical considerations and clinical applications in a real-world context.

Precision Oral and Systemic Health (MSc)

Masters of Science (MSc)

For students who have earned a degree in a relevant field and wish to design and conduct research related to oral health. Research topics will have a connection to oral health and students will be exposed to research and training using state-of-the-art technology, critical thinking, ethical considerations and clinical applications in a real-world context.

Questions?

Information about admission requirements and deadlines, tuition, applying and more is available at the links included with each program listed above.

For questions or additional information, please email dentistry.admissions@usask.ca.