The Time is Now.
Oral health care is changing rapidly. So is dental education.
When choosing the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Adams School of Dentistry Doctor of Dental Surgery program, you are not just committing to being an exceptional care provider after four years.
By becoming a part of UNC Adams School of Dentistry, you are agreeing to be someone who shapes the future of oral health care.
You are committing to embracing our emerging DDS curriculum, ACT, and ensuring that after you leave our program, you continue practicing its Advocate-Clinician-Thinker framework. You are saying “yes” to a career advocating for your patients, providing clinical care at the top of the profession, and staying mentally agile so you can critically think while determining a course of care.
As a student, you will work with groundbreaking technology like Simodonts and digital dentistry to better serve patients. You will get the opportunity to provide care across the state to underserved populations in a variety of practice settings. You will collaborate in interprofessional practice with the best and brightest minds across the health professions.
When you join the Adams School of Dentistry, you are accepting the charge to ensure you left dentistry better than it was when you became a dentist. You are rising to the occasion. You want to guide the transformation of our profession.
You want to ACT.
Contact the Office of Academic Affairs with any questions 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday-Friday at (919) 537-3348 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to view the course catalog, or click here to learn more about the ACT Curriulum.