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A. T. Still University - Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health
A. T. Still University - Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health
  • Year founded: 2003
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A. T. Still University - Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health
Dental School
Kirksville, MO
  • INTERVIEW FEEDBACK 1 5 Responses
  • SCHOOL REVIEWS N/A 0 Responses



School Stats

  • Resident Tuition $73,347
  • Non - Resident Tuition $73,347
  • Application Fee $70
  • AVG DAT 19.0
  • AVG GPA 3.4

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  • Office of Admissions
  • A. T. Still University - Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health
  • 800 West Jefferson Street
  • Kirksville, MO 63501
  • United States

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The mission of the Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health is to educate caring, technologically adept dentists who become community and educational leaders serving those in need, and:

- to be the leader in the lifelong education of community responsive general dentists
- to prepare graduates with a strong foundation of critical inquiry, evidence-based practice, research, cultural competency, an orientation to prevention, and interdisciplinary healthcare experiences
- to promote the delivery of optimal patient care and for the transfer of newly acquired knowledge, skills, and technology to the profession and to the community


ASDOH uses an educational model that relies on an exceptional cadre of motivated, experienced, learning guides (mentors) for our students in both the pre-clinical and clinical phases of the degree program. In addition to the issues of oral health and the skills of dentistry, students will learn from, and be encouraged to become caring, community-minded healthcare providers. We expect that our graduates will be leaders in their communities and managers of public, not-for-profit, and private sector oral health organizations.

The dental program features:

- Innovative curriculum: integrating science, human systems, and clinical care
- Simulation technology: accelerating skill development for clinical excellence
- State-of-the-art facility: using a new facility and digital resources for the faculty and students of tomorrow
- Needs focused: educating competent, compassionate dentists for underserved communities
- Service education: coordinating student partnerships with communities of need
- Leadership training: educating dentists to be community health leaders


The Dental Clinic is a state-of-the-art facility, and we use the latest technology to provide a range of services unavailable at most private clinics. We offer painless periodontal therapy, and our laser therapy uses light energy to modify tooth, bone, and gum tissue. Our students are among the first in the country to graduate with a certification in laser therapy. We also use an advance Cone Beam CT for imaging used in diagnosis, and our special needs unit uses customized equipment to provide care to special needs patients.

Unlike other dental clinics or dental franchises, our clinic is part of a dental teaching institution, the Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health. We offer a range of dental services like many private dental offices; in fact, our faculty's expertise and available technology actually allows us to offer more services than many clinics.

We offer child and infant dental care, dental care for special needs patients, (i.e. patients with disabilities), and advanced surgical and non-surgical treatment options many clinics aren't equipped or qualified to offer. The Dental Clinic has cared for more than 6,000 patients and our dental emergency service regularly sees between 10 and 15 patients per day. We currently provide compassionate care to approximately 300 patients every week.

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