The pediatric dental residency program at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center has offered a nationally recognized residency program since 1959. The residency program has three distinct missions—clinical care, education and research.
Since the Community College of Baltimore County School of Health Professions opened its state-of-the-art Dental Arts Center at CCBC Dundalk, MD, in 2008, the college’s dental hygiene clinic has recorded more than 18,000 patient visits. The clinic offers preventive dental services to people across Maryland at significant savings over general dental fees.
Thanks to a new partnership, Lone Star College–Kingwood dental hygiene students can now earn an LSC Associate of Applied Science Degree and a B.S. in Dental Hygiene from Texas Woman’s University without having to leave the LSC–Kingwood campus.