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Touro College of Dental Medicine's real-time visibility and alerting empower faculty and students to respond to issues before they compromise patient data or impact operations.
Touro College of Dental Medicine faculty and students are featured in this article on how innovations in digital dentistry over the last decade are revolutionizing dental practice.
Touro College of Dental Medicine Hosted its first Oral Health Forum where Hudson Valley Health Commissioners and other health officials discussed dental health issues impacting the community.
Touro College of Dental Medicine faculty members Rebecca Block, D.D.S., Clinical Assistant Professor of Dental Medicine, and Golda Erdfarb, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Dental Medicine, both shared their advice on the best things for cleaning your tongue.
Touro College of Dental Medicine faculty members Rebecca Block, D.D.S., Clinical Assistant Professor of Dental Medicine, and Golda Erdfarb, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Dental Medicine, both shared their advice on products and tools for keeping retainers and aligners fresh and bacteria-free.
A New York dental clinic is tightly restricting opioids for pain control, in part because teenagers are getting addicted to painkillers prescribed by dentists after wisdom-teeth extractions.
Benjamin Schwartz, D.D.S., an associate professor at Touro College of Dental Medicine, is featured in this interesting article on the growing trend of charcoal in the use of dental and skin care products.
Buena atención con equipos modernos y especialistas de todas las ramas de la odontología en un mismo lugar.
The Touro College of Dental Medicine (TCDM) and the Westchester Institute for Human Development (WIHD) have announced an academic affiliation designating WIHD as a teaching site for TCDM students. Dental students will conduct weekly rotations in WIHD’s dental department, which provides oral healthcare to more than 4,000 adults and children with special needs each year throughout the Hudson Valley.
The Touro College of Dental Medicine in Valhalla recently held its 2018 gala at The Ritz-Carlton New York, Westchester in White Plains. More than 300 attended the event, which was designed to raise funds that will support both student scholarships and patient care at Touro Dental Health, the school’s 32,000-square-foot dental clinical teaching facility.
In honor of Veteran’s Day on Monday, the Touro Dental Health hosted its first ever “Smiles for Veterans” program where over 50 veterans were provided with free oral screenings.
There were a lot of bright smiles recently when Senator Terrence Murphy presented Ronnie Myers, DDS, Dean and Professor of Dental Medicine, Touro College of Dental Medicine at New York College with a check for $1.5 million to support continued growth of the school.
Metal mouth could be linked to what you eat, but it could also have to do with any of these other health issues or conditions? TCDM's Isabel Garcia, D.D.S., weighs in.
Edward Farkas, D.D.S., Vice Dean at TCDM, was quoted in Dentistry Today regarding the 2018 Bureau of Labor Statistics report which shows projections for both salaries and growth in the dental industry.
Traveling for dental care to save some money is called "dental tourism" -- but as patients soon find out, cheaper care isn't always reliable. NBC Reporter John Chandler visits Touro College of Dental Medicine to discuss some affordable alternatives.
After two years of classroom training, students at the Touro College of Dental Medicine are getting real-life experience by providing dental care to patients.
(Courtesy of Touro College) Today, 105 students of the inaugural class of Touro College of Dental Medicine (TCDM) at New York Medical College received their white coats and pledged to focus on service to the community in keeping with the mission of the school. This summer, these students will begin caring for patients at Touro Dental Health, a state-of-the-art, 32,000-square-foot dental health facility. Under the supervision of expert faculty, TCDM students will provide reduced-cost dental care to members of the Westchester community and surrounding counties. The practice is designed to handle hundreds of patients daily, providing advanced oral health care in every dental discipline.
It was Dr. Edward Farkas’s vision to open a new dental college in the Hudson Valley. After all, the difficult process in establishing a place to train tomorrow’s dentists had been a contributing factor in New York State having gone nearly a half-century without the launch of a new dental school.