Glasgow Dental Hospital and School
|Glasgow Dental Hospital and School|
Glasgow Dental Hospital and School, Sauchiehall Street
|Affiliated university||University of Glasgow|
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Dental students have been educated in Glasgow since 1879, and the Dental School began issuing the Bachelor of Dental Surgery Degree of the University of Glasgow in 1948. The current hospital is based in a 1931 Art Deco building on Renfrew Street. Designed by Wylie, Wright, and Wylie, is protected as a category B listed building. There is also a larger extension fronting Sauchiehall Street built in the brutalist style by Melville Dundas & Whitson in 1970. The West of Scotland Postgraduate Dental Centre is located adjacent to the Dental Schooland provides post-graduate and distance dental education.
- "Incorporated Dental Hospital: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland. Retrieved 23 November 2011.
- "Melville Dundas & Whitson". Scottish Brutalism. Retrieved 20 September 2015.
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