Welcome! I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the Marquette University School of Dentistry website. The School of Dentistry has been a significant provider of oral health care to patients and an excellent clinically based dental education to dental students for more than 100 years.
We are committed to providing the best comprehensive oral health care to our patients in a “patient-centered” environment, whether it is at our main clinic site or in any outreach site that our students and faculty provide care. We are also committed to providing our students with an integrated, patient-based dental education that focuses on clinical excellence and reflects current knowledge, research and practice of dentistry.
We will continue to build on our strengths and serve the needs of our patients, students and alumni for many years to come. We believe that you will enjoy your visit with us and trust that it will meet all of your needs.
William K. Lobb, D.D.S., M.S., M.P.H.
Dean, School of Dentistry
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COVID-19 Contact Tracing
Marquette University School of Dentistry is committed to protecting the health, safety, and well-being of our students, faculty, staff, and visitors. We are carefully monitoring the developments related to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Nevertheless, COVID-19 is a highly contagious virus and the danger it can pose to vulnerable populations demands that we take precautions to protect all members of our Marquette community.
Call (414) 288-6790, Monday through Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to speak with a representative or schedule your initial screening consultation. Patients of record with a dental emergency can contact their assigned student or the group coordinator.
Current patients that have an emergency outside of regular business hours may contact our After-Hours emergency service at (262) 521-4997.
Emergency walk-in service is available for people in the community who need emergency care. Patients may arrive after 8 a.m. (Monday-Friday) to receive one of the four available times for emergency care. While we will generally see four patients per day, that number may vary depending on our availability. Appointments will no longer be made for emergency services.
Please note, patients may not enter the building before 8:00 a.m. and may be asked to leave the campus if they attempt to do so.
- Dr. Emily Hahn (Bugger), Class of 2012, received one of the ADA's 10 under 10 Awards. The ADA 10 Under 10 Award honors dentistry’s rising stars: dentists who are making an impact on the profession less than 10 years after graduating from dental school. The 2021 winners are driving dentistry forward and inspiring their colleagues through their work in science, research & education, practice excellence, philanthropy, leadership and advocacy. (Read more)
Dr. Zazell Staheli Cummings D.D.S. has published an article in the Artic Sounder, a local paper in Alaska. Dr. Cummings graduated from MUSOD in 2016. In the article, she details the challenges faced by the officials in Alaska to ensure equitable distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine. Due to the remote location of several Alaskan villages the delivery and administration of the vaccine will be a challenge. Dr. Cummings, who is also a pilot, explains how cold weather and other inclement conditions can affect air transportation further complicating vaccination efforts. However, the people of Alaska are no stranger to the delivery and administration of vaccinations under difficult conditions. (Read more)
Dr. Christopher Okunseri has been installed as the President of the American Board of Dental Public Health. Congratulations ! (Read more)
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