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Volunteers Needed! TeamSmile + Boston Red Sox

Volunteer at an exciting community service event to treat children on Friday August 31st at Fenway Park! Students can help screen and assist dentists who will treat the kids of all ages that come in for prophies, restorative work and extractions.

There are approximately 16 student spots left, if you’re interested in signing up click here!

“Efficacy of Er:YAG Laser in Decontamination of Dental Implants” Thesis Presentation

Dr. Hani Almoharib, a candidate for the Master of Science in Dental Research, will present his thesis defense on Tuesday July 17th at 12:00pm in the Glickman Library on the 12th floor of the Dental School.  The thesis is entitled “Efficacy of Er:YAG Laser in Decontamination of Dental Implants: an In-vitro Study.” 

This event is open to all members of the Tufts Dental Community, and we hope you can attend!


Don’t forget to join AO at their yearly Tooth Day at Fenway! Tickets are $36 each for bleacher seats together with BU, Harvard, and other Tufts Dental students.

Fill out this form below to reserve your tickets! Hope to see you all there!…/1FAIpQLSc3kcDgNbAvWlQTGu…/viewform

Free Museum Fridays!

Staying in Boston for the summer and looking for fun, free activities to do? Whether it’s having a picnic in Boston Commons or taking a stroll by the Esplanade there are plenty of things to do in and around the city. Check out the free museum dates running throughout the summer at institutions all around Boston here!


Support Oral Health Care for MassHealthMembers!

Please consider supporting the legislative efforts to extend periodontal service benefits to the adult MassHealth members. The ways you can advocate for this important legislation are outlined above! The funding is currently being considered as part of the final House of Representatives budget recommendations for the Commonwealth’s FY19 budget.


Touring Global Art Show on view on 15th Floor

Got a few minutes? Hike up to the 15th floor and check out the winners of the Tufts University-Wide Global Photo Contest.  The talented D19 Jessaca York  is amongst the winners! (Special thanks to Bill and James from Facilities for their help with the hanging!) The Exhibition will be up through the summer before heading off to another campus.



AO Tooth Day at Fenway Park!

Date: 7/10/2018 at 7:00PM
Venue: Fenway Stadium
Description: Come join Tufts, Harvard, and BU as we screen for Oral Cancer and give out toothbrushes to baseball fans. We have bleacher seats together with all three dental school. D22 Classes are invited to attend as a welcome to dental school event
CLICK HERE to fill out the form to reserve your tickets 🙂 
Tickets are now available for purchase and will be $36 each. Venmo Harjaap Singh at @Harjaap-Singh or e-mail us if you’d rather pay with cash.
Organizer: Alpha Omega
Contact: Molly Rosen (

D20 Spring Cleaning Clothing Drive!

The D20 class is hosting a Spring Cleaning/Summer Move Clothing Drive for the St. Francis House! The donation box is in the 7th floor student lounge. All students, faculty, and staff are welcome to donate any extra clothes they may have. The donated clothes will help clothe the local populations that the St. Francis House serves right here in our neighborhood.

D18 MiJung Myung selected as NHSC Students to Service (S2S) Scholar

Congratulations to MiJung for being selected to join the National Health Service Corps (NHSC) Students to Service (S2S) Loan Repayment Program (LRP)!

She is now a member of an elite group of healthcare providers who are dedicated to providing the highest quality clinical services to our nation’s most vulnerable populations. One in five people in the United States lives in a primary care shortage area, which means they go without essential health services, or have to travel long distances to see their primary care practitioner. Too many Americans—particularly in underserved rural and urban areas—go without checkups, preventive screenings, vaccines, routine dental work, and other care, simply because there is no one to provide care and treatment. At its heart, the NHSC is about bringing primary care to communities in need and you will help usto fulfill that mission. In order to fill this gap, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Health Workforce created a program to send doctors and dentists to the least-resourced areas of the country.   It is a competitive program and honor goes to those who serve.  A big shout out to MiJung. We are proud she is bringing her skills to those in most need!

Fourth year medical and dental students who are committed in serving the underserved can apply to S2S program and those selected are awarded $120,000 scholarship towards loan repayment to work at a qualifying community health clinic for three years.