UW School of Dentistry
oral health sciences
Oral Health Sciences spans a broad range of fields, including molecular biology, microbiology, craniofacial biology, basic and applied behavioral science, dental public health, dental hygiene, clinical research, epidemiology, and biostatistics.
Oral Medicine is a global leader in patient care, teaching and research involving diagnosis and nonsurgical management of diseases of the orofacial complex and systemic and behavioral disorders that impact oral health.
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (OMS) is a specialty of medicine and dentistry that focuses on the diagnosis, surgical treatment, and management of diseases and disorders of the face and jaws.
Orthodontics is well known for its outstanding graduate program, and for training many US and international clinicians, academicians, and leaders in the profession.
The University of Washington and Seattle Children’s have joined forces to combat the growing crisis of childhood dental disease by developing the first facility of its kind in the world – The Center for Pediatric Dentistry.
Restorative Dentistry is responsible for teaching students how to plan to and treat damage inflicted by oral disease and trauma.