Faculty of Dentistry news
The Gazette: McGill is putting money where the mouth is. On Friday, McGill's Faculty of Dentistry and the Welcome Hall Mission will celebrate the official opening of the Jim Lund Dental Clinic, which provides free basic dental care to low-income families, homeless men and women and new immigrants enrolled in programs at the shelter.
The Faculty of Dentistry invites applications for A Tenure-track Position Posting in Translational and/or Health Services Research.
Dr. Kwong Li explains his approach to mobile dental care, including his own private practice and the Faculty’s Outreach program, on CBC TV
Dr. Kwong Li explains his approach to mobile dental care, including his own private practice and the Faculty’s Outreach program, on CBC TV.
This year, the CIHR Institute of Musculoskeletal Health and Arthritis (IMHA) created a new award to be given to the Principal Investigator who superiorly communicated the research plans for an IMHA-funded grant or award to a lay audience.
Dr. Dagenais answering questions from Paul Arcand on his radio show Nov 25th 2010, concerning the use of cone beam CT scans in dentistry, particularly in orthodontic care of children.
News on pain, arthritis and disparities in oral health are highlighted in the September 2010 Newsletter from the Institute of Musculoskeletal Health and Arthritis (IMHA), one of 13 Institutes of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).
Get ready for the Annual McGill Dentistry’s Run for Outreach! The goal of the Dental Outreach program is to work with the Montréal community to provide free basic dental care to those without access to private dental care due to physical or psychological disability or financial hardship.
McGill's Faculty of Dentistry has long been involved in research on pain, and many of our professors have large, internationally recognized research programs bringing new insight into how we perceive pain, and the mechanisms underlying pain. Pain research at McGill is amongst the best in the world, based on this large critical mass of exceptional pain researchers, and on a tradition of outstandin
A study conducted by Dr. Christophe Bedos was recently reported in Le Devoir. Dr. Bedos revealed that people on social assistance deplore the decline of their dental appearance and its devastating impact on self-esteem, social interaction and employability.