Health-care providers should have specialized training on caring for patients from diverse backgrounds
Tiny sensor may one day help dentists assess their patients’ oral and overall health
Dean Robert Kasberg says dental students must tend to their professional and personal lives
Class of 2012 urged to be mindful of its responsibilities to the underserved
D.M.D./M.S. student takes on the roles of researcher, inventor, teacher, advocate
Catherine Dahl, D12, was the inspiration behind record participation in giving
New chair of public health dentistry confronts the challenges of access to care
As co-chair of the Dental M Club, Mary Jane Hanlon, D97, champions a Tufts dental education
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