A new era in dentistry is underway with changes that include deep data mining that could show the most effective treatments and wireless technology to support student learning.
- January 24, 2018
Psychological issues can keep some patients from getting the oral care they need. Columbia's dental and social work schools partner to address them.
- December 8, 2017
Visitors toasted and toured a new state-of-the-art facility, poised to lead dental medicine's growth in the information age.
- August 15, 2017
When Columbia's 80 new dental students tried on crisp white coats this Monday, we welcomed them to the field and the College of Dental Medicine family.
In The Media
Smoking weed on a regular basis drives up your risk of sever gum disease, new research Columbia University College of Dental Medicine suggests.
SourceNew Zealand Herald
New research from the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine has found a link between frequent recreational cannabis use and gum disease.
Recreational use of cannabis increases the risk of gum disease, according to a study from Columbia University College of Dental Medicine.
Frequent use of cannabis—marijuana, hashish, hash oil—may lead to gum disease and tooth loss, according to research done at the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine.
A recent study from Columbia University shows that the frequent use of marijuana, hashish and hash oil has significant long-term impacts on dental health.