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The University of New Haven Dental Center provides an ideal environment for learning. Constructed in 1993, the Center employs technological advances in dental hygiene standards and infection control and houses a lecture room and state-of-the-art facilities for practice, including:

    • A preventive dental clinic, housing nineteen patient treatment stations with chair-side computers 
    • Radiology and dental materials laboratories
    • A digital instrument transfer and central sterilization area
    • Multimedia computers, complete with an assortment of instructional programs for help in your studies

DentalNot all of our students’ time is spent in the Center, however. Collaboration with statewide public and private institutions gives you many opportunities to get out into the world and work with other healthcare professionals at clinical sites off the University of New Haven campus.

You’ll also gain experience working in public school systems, homeless shelters, group homes, elderly housing, and community-based clinics. 

It’s all part of our plan — to give you many, many chances to apply what you learn in class to real-life situations, acquiring professional-grade practice long before you become a professional.