Overview About Clinics
The Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry provides outstanding education within a research-intensive, distributed learning environment where tomorrow's physicians, dentists, health researchers, and other scholars learn to be socially responsible leaders in the advancement of human health.
The clinics at Schulich Dentistry are teaching facilities for the undergraduate students, providing students with an expanded scope of learning through involvement in practical case scenarios under the supervision of qualified instructors. The Schulich Dentistry clinics are run on a comprehensive patient care model, following the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario guidelines for infection control with accreditation every seven years. The School clinics include:
- Main Clinic
- Emergency Clinic
- Oral Surgery Clinic
- Radiology Clinic
- Paediatric Clinic
- Orthodontics Clinic
- Multi-functional Clinic
Renovated in 2007, the main clinic houses 86 cubicles and a prosthodontics lab where, under supervision, students learn to construct bridges, dentures, implants and crowns.
Not everyone is a suitable patient for our clinics. Due to teaching requirements for our students, potential patients are screened to determine suitability as a patient, with more complex cases being referred outside of the School.
To learn more about becoming a patient, please visit the Becoming a Patient page.