The Texas A&M University College of Dentistry has dedicated its new Clinic and Education Building in Dallas.
The university says the 160,000-square-foot, nine-story facility will enable the dental school to increase under-served patients’ access to care and shift from a traditional disciplined-based approach to a “whole health” educational model.
The building features nearly 300 dental-chair stations and has the most advanced technology, specialized clinics, clinical support areas, classrooms and study spaces.
It is the first stand-alone building constructed for the dental school since 1950. Patient parking will be available on the first three levels of the new structure.