SNDA Impressions Program courts prospective dental students

    SNDA Impressions Program courts prospective dental students

    They say you never get a second chance to make a first impression, and the University of Mississippi School of Dentistry put its best foot forward on Thursday, March 23, for the 2017 Impressions Program hosted by the UMMC chapter of the Student National Dental Association.The program invites up to 35 undergraduate students from across Mississippi who are interested in a career in dentistry to the school for a day of networking, Dental Admission Test preparations, mock interviews and even some...


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  • School of Dentistry

    The School of Dentistry is one of six health professional schools at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. One of the nation's youngest schools, the school admitted its first class in 1975.

    Dentistry remains one of the most respected professions, and young men and women are seeking to enter dental schools in increasing numbers each year. Our student body represents an accomplished and diverse group of talented individuals from cities, towns and communities throughout this state.

    The School of Dentistry represents a leading site for the delivery of state-of-the-art dental care in Mississippi. Excellent oral health care is provided by student doctors in the school, by resident doctors in the school, University Hospital and Medical Mall, and by our full-time faculty in the school's faculty practice suite.

    Mississippi goes to Washington

     Several people from the School of Dentistry recently attended ADA Dentist and Student Lobby Day and visited Washington, D.C.

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    School of Dentistry delegation


    SOD students Bryan Rhoads, Chandler Llana, Trisha Patel and Kyle Tubb.

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    Dr. Mark Donald and SOD students Bryan Rhoads, Kyle Tubb, Trisha Patel and Chandler llana