Video welcome from Professor Shitij Kapur, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences.
Around 2,700 Victorian children aged 0-6 years are hospitalised each year for preventable dental conditions — most of them requiring treatment of dental decay under general anaesthetic.
Tiny, star-shaped molecules are effective at killing bacteria that can no longer be killed by current antibiotics, new research shows.
Academic success for Doctor of Dental Surgery and Bachelor of Oral Health students.
Dentistry at Melbourne has once again been ranked number one in Australia.
Most people remember braces as yet another part of an awkward adolescence: metal tracks, elastic bands, and unfortunate food choices.
Scientists at the University of Melbourne's Oral Health Cooperative Research Centre have warned about the damage sugar-free drinks can do to tooth enamel.
Melbourne Dental School students volunteered their time with the Sydney Poche Centre to provide dental care to children in remote Indigenous communities.
The Teddy Bear Hospital is an educational program organised and run by student
function to celebrate Professor Eric Reynolds' 16 year term as Head of the
Melbourne Dental School was held at University House and attended by over 100
friends and colleagues.
part of the Bachelor of Oral Health curriculum, students undertake a research
project with a public health focus designed to extend their skills in one
aspect of oral health therapy practice.
Debbie Ha spent three weeks in Arnhem Land contributing to
oral health education programs and working in a community clinic as part of an
Indigenous health research project in oral health.
At the recent 2014 Awards ceremony staff members Dr Samantha Byrne and
Dr Rebecca Wong were recipients of awards for excellence in teaching.