With a mission to provide state-of-the-art patient care to under-represented populations, Texas A&M University’s College of Dentistry is currently underway in the construction of a new Clinic & Education Building to help increase their student enrollment and ability to provide patient care. The new nine-story building is envisioned as state-of-the-art, patient-centered facility dedicated to clinical training for upper-level and graduate dental students.
In partnership with BRW Architects, Kahler Slater designed the building to accommodate college growth and foster a paradigm shift in dental education as the college seeks to maintain competitiveness in both education and research. The new building will include over 300 dental chair stations which integrate the latest technologies, specialized clinics, support areas, faculty areas, classrooms and study spaces. In order to provide a convenient patient experience, patient parking will be available on the first three floors of the building.
Estimated increase in enrollment due to new facility
Estimated increase in capacity to provide patient care
College of Dentistry Dean Lawrence Wolinsky, PhD, DMD