The School’s current renewal process for dentistry involved a relocation and significant upgrade to the Simulation Clinic.
Our new Simulation Clinic, which became operational in September 2016, and officialy unveiled on November 29, 2016, presently provides a venue for practical training in undergraduate operative, fixed and removable prosthodontic, endodontic, and oral surgical technique. Additionally, it is an invaluable part of Western's Continuing Education programs, providing an ideal environment to teach advanced endodontic, surgical and dental implant procedures. Moreover, it enables the School to fulfill an important role as an educational partner in the practical training component of our local community college-based dental assisting and hygiene programs.
The new fully functioning preclinical hybrid lab facility contains the following state-of-the-art features:
In the fall of 2015, the space on LG level, which was occupied by the Simulation Clinic and First Year Lab, was completely renovated. The new facility is now located on the LLG level and includes:
A photo gallery can be viewed here.