Treating “patients” in Second Life clinic will test dental students’ knowledge and decision-making skills.
Controlled formation of mineral layers could one day improve reparative and restorative dentistry methods.
Two new School of Dentistry publications highlight the oral impacts of HIV — as well as its treatment — on women.
USCSD Community Health visits California prisons to help dentists to fight the disease.
He will remain in the post until the university completes a national search for the successor to Harold Slavkin.
USC School of Dentistry students help fellow students learn Spanish for the dental setting.
Of the nearly 24 million Americans who have diabetes, Latinos are increasingly at risk.
Less invasive options for helping the locked temporomandibular joint are more patient-friendly and can get equivalent results.
Retired school nurse still caring for others by supporting USCSD’s Community Health Programs
CCMB, CHLA researchers and clinicians team up to understand craniofacial defects