Tag archive for Dentistry


More questions than answers with ‘vaping’ craze

Sleek, tobacco free and with odorless vapors, are e-cigarettes the perfect drug? Are they safe?

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Pediatric dentistry residents provide care at home and abroad

Drs. Katie Egbert and Steven Hogan travel to Honduras with a local dental and medical mission, continuing a partnership more than a decade in the making.

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Outreach program inspires future dentists

Each year members of the Future Dentist Club visit the dental school campus as part of a program that introduces dental medicine as a potential career path.

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There’s something in the saliva

Research in dentistry could introduce an oral cancer saliva test in the future while reducing the test’s risk of false positive results.

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Findings about titanium durability lead to more questions, research

Patients faced with the decision of whether dental implants are right for them may have a few more things to consider.

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Dentist, surgeon begins new era in treating head and neck cancers

Dr. David Kang, assistant professor in oral and maxillofacial surgery, has joined Texas A&M University Baylor College of Dentistry as its first head and neck oncologic and microvascular reconstructive surgeon.

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Summer programs help local students learn about health careers

For many students, choosing the right career is one of the most important decisions they will make. But when it comes to choosing a career in health care, the

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Stem cell protein yields hope for cancer patients

Scientists engaged in basic research can spend years seeking a breakthrough. Once they do, the range of opportunities that rapidly open up may be surprising.

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TAMHSC addresses workforce shortage with most graduates ever

Helping to alleviate the state and national shortages in the health care workforce, the Texas A&M Health Science Center graduated 597 students at commencement ceremonies earlier this month across the state.

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