College of Dentistry

  • Endodontics Graduate Clinic openong ceremony, 2013 photoDr. David Clement; John Voskuil of Dentsply Tulsa Dental Specialties; UTHSC EVC Ken Brown and Dr. Adam Lloyd open new Endodontics Graduate Clinic
  • Shiloah  photoDr. Jacob Shiloah and a College of Dentistry Student Doctor discuss a patient’s dental treatment while viewing the electronic health record
  • Dental Simulation photoFirst year dental students at the UT College of Dentistry learn dental procedures on the computerized Dental Simulation units in the College's DentSim lab.
  • OKU Honor Society Inductees, 2013 photo
    2013 Omicron Kappa Upsilon (Psi Chapter)
    Dental Honor Society Inductees April 2013 Convocation
    Co-sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent, Inc., & Oral Arts Dental Laboratories

  • UT College of Dentistry Give Kids a Smile, 2013Dr. Ken Brown, UTHSC Executive Vice Chancellor poses with Memphis students who participated in the Annual Give Kids a Smile Event at the College of Dentistry, 2013
  • UTCoD receives $1M grant from Delta DentalThe College of Dentistry receives a $1,000,000 grant from Delta Dental, March, 2013. Standing (L-R): Dr. Bill Slagle (Dean Emeritus), Dr. Jay Ragin (Chair, Dental Alumni Board), Dr. Phil Wenk (Delta Dental CEO), Dr. Steve Schwab (UTHSC Chancellor), Dr. Tim Hottel (Dean), Dr. Randy Prince (Past Chair, Dental Alumni Board. Seated: Dr. Joe Johnson (UT President Emeritus).
  • Dr. Mojdeh Dehghan assists dental studentsDr. Mojdeh Dehghan assists 4th year dental students working with a CAD CAM unit for producing dental prostheses
  • A Student Doctor discusses a radiograph in the patient's electronic health record with her patient.A Student Doctor discusses a radiograph in the patient's electronic health record with her patient.
  • Winfield Dunn photoDr. Winfield C. Dunn, D.D.S., former governor of Tennessee (1971-1975), for whom the Dunn Dental Building is named, signs copies of his recent book From a Standing Start: My Tennessee Political Odyssey .
  • Winfield Dunn photoDr. Winfield C. Dunn, D.D.S., former governor of Tennessee (1971-1975), for whom the Dunn Dental Building is named, signs copies of his recent book From a Standing Start: My Tennessee Political Odyssey .

The UTHSC College of Dentistry was founded in 1878 making it the oldest dental college in the South, and the third oldest public college of dentistry in the United States. The College is located in downtown Memphis, Tennessee, in the Winfield C. Dunn Building at 875 Union Avenue.

The College maintains a 4-year dental program totaling approximately 320 students. In addition, students in Postgraduate dental programs and Dental Hygiene are included.

The College is dedicated to provide professional, graduate, and postgraduate education; conduct dental research; and deliver state-of-the-art patient care and public service.

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875 Union Avenue
Memphis, Tennessee 38163
Phone: 901-448-6200
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