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Donors are honored for their continuing support of the university and its programs.
School of Dental Medicine Alumnus of the Year Dr. Dayne Jensen went from a linebacker at Weber State to a decorated dentistry student to an accomplished plastic surgeon.
UNLV researchers offer a new treatment option for age-related gum disease.
Her childhood experiences with dental problems fueled her career interests.
García is an accomplished researcher, teacher, and administrator whose leadership and advocacy have been recognized nationally; she begins at UNLV Sept. 1.
UNLV dental students build up models rather than dissect cadavers to learn the physical landmarks of the jaw.
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The impact of a Veteran’s military service can last years beyond retirement, even influencing the next generation of servicemen and women.
8 News Now produces community news special to highlight and honor the Valley’s Veterans. The half-hour special aired on Sunday, Nov. 10, 2019 at 6:30pm on KLAS Ch. 8.
Las Vegas Fire and Rescue has been drawing chalk outlines of bodies on city roads -- and they're being intentionally vague about why.
As student focusing on pediatric emergency medicine, Dr. Antonina Capurro volunteered to work on a mobile clinic as a way of broadening her pre-med experience.
Dental students typically dissect cadavers to learn about human anatomy. The University of Las Vegas Nevada School of Dental Medicine, however, uses a different approach. The second-year students in Clinically Oriented Anatomy use colored dental wax and thread to build anatomically correct models of the skull over the seven-week course.
The Delta Dental Community Care Foundation has awarded a $50,000 grant to the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) School of Dental Medicine to support its Saturday Morning Community Clinics, which provide care to underinsured and uninsured populations throughout Southern Nevada.