University of Adelaide School of Dentistry

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University of Adelaide School of Dentistry is one of the Schools in the Faculty of Health Sciences at of the University of Adelaide.

The School of Dentistry at the University of Adelaide engages in teaching and research. Its programs include the Bachelor of Dental Surgery and the Bachelor of Oral Health together with a range of postgraduate courses. The School also offers to the dental profession a program of continuing education.

The teaching programs are highly regarded both nationally and internationally.[citation needed] The School is currently undertaking a major review of its undergraduate curricula.

Research[edit]

The School of Dentistry is home to the Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health [1] and the Colgate Clinical Dental Research Centre [2], which is an advanced dental research centre.

Areas of Research strengths include: Craniofacial Biology, Forensic Odontology, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Microbiology, Dental Education, Dental Materials, and Oral Pathology.

Graduate programs[edit]

The Faculty of Dentistry offers formal graduate programs leading to a Doctor of Clinical Dentistry degree (DClinDent) in the following areas:

The Faculty also offers graduate programs in Forensic Odontology and Restorative dentistry.

The Faculty also currently runs a 2-year clinical bridging course for overseas trained dentists who would like an accredited qualification to practice in Australia.

Notable alumni[edit]

Accreditation[edit]

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