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.
- April 11, 2018
Columbia University believes dentistry will change more in the next decade than it did in the last 50 years. Through a new initiative, we aim to lead that change.
SourceCenter for Precision Dental Medicine microsite
- 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.
In The Media
According to a study led by Jaffer Shariff, DDS, MPH, a postdoctoral resident at Columbia University College of Dental Medicine, recreational cannabis use increases risk of gum disease.
Columbia University dental researchers have found that frequent recreational use of cannabis--including marijuana, hashish, and hash oil--increases the risk of gum disease.
What can a dentist tell about your overall health? CDM’s Panos Papapanou, DDS, PhD, weighs in.
Columbia University’s ElderSmile is among programs that offers oral health care to seniors in low-income neighborhoods.
SourceNew York Times
Dean Stohler and Dr. Papapanou of CDM took home top honors from the 95th General Session and Exhibition of the AADR/ IADR/CADR in San Francisco during a ceremony on March 22.