How the roots of teeth develop has long been a mystery. Professor Yang Chai aims to change that — and eventually regrow the roots of teeth.
Tabak serves as principal deputy director and deputy ethics counselor of the National Institutes of Health.
Dental enamel is tricky stuff. Even though it’s the body’s hardest material, if it wears away from cavities, acidic food or drinks …
There’s a change in leadership of Ostrow’s Board of Councilors as Carol Gomez Summerhays DDS ’78 takes the reins from longtime chair Ralph Allman Jr. ’57, ’60, DDS ’62, MS ’66 to lead the dental school’s governing body.
USC dental researchers developing special film that could revolutionize the way peri-implantitis treated
Three million people in the United States currently have dental implants, and every year that number increases by about 500,000.
More than 150 Taft Union High School students will receive much-needed dental care, thanks to a partnership between …
Yang Chai PhD ’91, DDS ’96 shares his discovery in recent study published in the journal Bone Research.
Ostrow mourns the loss of Professor Emeritus and longtime Trojan Dental Family member Raymond Melrose.
Ostrow Associate Dean of Research Yang Chai PhD ’91, DDS ’96 elected to prestigious National Academy of Medicine.
Ostrow students Eumi Choi and Thomas Nguyen will graduate from USC without any dental school debt, thanks to a prestigious scholarship …