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Philadelphia —Penn Dental Medicine opened its doors this week to children in the community, providing free dental care as part of Public Citizens for Children and Youth (PCCY)’s 16th annual Give Kids a Smile. Penn Dental Medicine was one of 27 sites in Philadelphia, Montgomery, Bucks and Delaware counties to participate in this year’s program....
Philadelphia – Penn Dental Medicine debuted the recent renovations to the School’s Pediatric Clinic with an open house celebration on February 12. The Penn Dental Medicine community of faculty, staff, and students joined with alumni to tour the clinic and see the updates to both the clinical care and patient areas. “We are excited to...
Philadelphia — A grant awarded to Penn Dental Medicine and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia will help create a new program that focuses on providing dental care to children and adults with a rare genetic disorder. Cornelia de Lange Syndrome is a genetic disorder that causes a range of physical and cognitive challenges. Children diagnosed...
Dr. Maria Velasco of Penn Dental Medicine's Division of Pediatric Dentistry suggests coming up with a plan to allow for moderate but limited candy consumption on Halloween, then giving away the rest.
Twice-daily rinses of FDA-approved nanoparticles broke apart oral biofilms and prevented tooth decay in a study from the lab of Dr. Michel Koo, published this week in Nature Communications.
Dr. Koo received the 2018 William H. Bowen Research in Dental Caries Award at the opening ceremonies of the IADR General Session being held in London.
In the May 9 workshop, faculty from Penn Dental Medicine and Penn Engineering shared their research and explored new ways for interdisciplinary collaboration.
Awarded to the School’s Divisions of Pediatric Dentistry and Community Oral Health, the program is designed to enhance dental students’ course work and clinical experiences with young children.
Dr. Yuan Liu has been selected as the first recipient of the Fellowship. Her research will target the identification of risk biomarkers for early childhood caries.