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By Kimber Solana

Dental schools are an integral factor in filling the shortage of dentists in the U.S. Several recently opened dental schools have cited the insufficient supply of dentists as a key reason why more...

CDA's team of experienced staffers can discuss one-on-one what early career dentists should do if they want to purchase a practice. 

By Caleb Vierkant

The Health Professional Scholarship Program is meant to help students focus on getting through dental school without having to worry about student debt.

China, India, the Middle East and other Asia-Pacific and Latin American countries present a lucrative opportunity for players in the market. 

UCLA School of Dentistry published a series of stories to introduce students who are making the most of their dental school experience. Jay Patel, D.D.S. ‘25, is Associated Student Body president...

By Stacie Crozier

The Hawaii Dental Association Foundation, with support from the Hawaii Dental Association, established a special Disaster Relief Fund to provide immediate support for dentists who have been affected...

By Mariana Lenharo, Nature News

An analysis of hundreds of publications finds limited efforts to accommodate scientists who are not native English speakers.

The global market stood at $17 billion in 2022 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.54% during the forecast period. The increase is due to increasing awareness about dental hygiene and a rise in...

By Kristen Tribe, Texas A&M Dentistry News

Funded by the National Library of Medicine, the program gives students tools to analyze data, connect it to behavioral sciences and utilize findings to better understand the oral healthcare needs of...

Practice revenues between 2018 to 2022 increased by 2.2 percent compared with 2013 to 2017, while expenses rose by 7.7 percent over the same intervals.

More than 300,000 people in the state face losing their Medicaid coverage due to changes in the federal insurance program.

The authors sought to identify the prevalence of burnout in oral medicine and orofacial pain residents and investigate potential contributing factors.

By David Burger, ADA News

The legislation addresses provisions in dental plans that dictate how much dentists may charge a plan enrollee — even though the services provided to the enrollee are not covered by the plan.

By Kori Johnson

Officials with the Metro Public Health Department in Nashville are urging parents to start thinking about dental care as students prepare to go back to school in just a few weeks.

The average amount of dental school debt has declined in recent years to $286,200, according to data from the American Dental Education Association. 

By Clare Hutchison, British Dental Journal

In this new, self-published book highlighted in the British Dental Journal, the dentist describes his initial disillusion from the profession.  He then took a research-based approach to overcome...

Longtime Tri-Cities dentist Lester Schilke celebrated his 100th birthday on July 11. He credits a mosquito bite in part for his good fortune in living such a long life — that and hard work.

Donation from Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to fund initiative

The pilot program within the Adams School of Dentistry will help fill in care gaps often faced by service men and women when seeking oral health care.

The British Dental Association has urged government to drop any pretense that NHS dentistry is on the road to recovery and finally deliver a meaningful rescue package, as the exodus from the service...

While this decision does not directly impact the University of California system due to Proposition 209, it narrows the funnel of diverse students applying to health professional schools like UCSF...

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