In The News: School of Dental Medicine
The next generation of dentists is entering a profession that suddenly has considerable risk associated with it—a fact already evident to the many dental students who recently graduated in virtual commencement ceremonies held using online platforms such as YouTube, Zoom and Facebook Live.
Never has health care been more critical and important to personal and community well-being than it is right now.
Deans of the UNLV Dental and Nursing schools Lily T. Garcia and Angela Amar discuss ways medical professionals are working to make doctor visits safe.
UNLV School of Dental Medicine has reopened its clinics to all patients of record on June 29, and will resume seeing new patients during the fall.
The UNLV School of Dental Medicine reopened its clinics Monday to existing patients but will not see new patients until fall.
After months of being closed to most patients because of the COVID-19 outbreak, the UNLV School of Dental Medicine will start welcoming back patients of record on Monday, June 29.
With their graduation gala cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Nevada School of Dental Medicine’s Class of 2020 were left to ponder what to do with about $9,000 they had raised to fund their celebration festivity.
Students in the UNLV School of Dental Medicine Class of 2020 donated nearly $9,000 they raised for graduation celebrations to local charities Three Square, Project 150, and Safe Nest.
Oral surgeons around the valley can also resume non-urgent dental procedures. Alumnus Dr. Jesse Falk shared some of the precautions his practice has in place.
It’s unnaturally quiet these days on the UNLV campus, which normally would be swirling with students preparing for final exams coming.
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak said the state is ready to resume limited medical and dental procedures that had been put off during the spread of COVID-19. Part-time faculty member Dr. Steven Saxe shares his perspective.
The Nevada System of Higher Education’s (NSHE’s) eight institutions have risen to help their local communities and state during the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic.