Students of the University of Maryland Dental School “represent a link, a conduit, to the future,” due to the school’s leadership in teaching digital dentistry, Gary Hack, DDS, said today in Amsterdam at the annual meeting of the Association of Dental Educators in Europe (ADEE), “Digital Dentistry: A Space Odyssey”. “I believe that the University of Maryland Dental School is one of the most high-tech, digitally advanced dental schools in the world”, said Hack, an associate professor of operative dentistry at the school. He presented a list of technological innovations that have been implemented by Dental School Dean Christian S. Stohler and his faculty since completion of the school’s modern building in downtown Baltimore four years ago. Stohler’s vision is to teach students to use existing and cutting edge technology, which is not always evolving as it should in the dental industry due to a preponderance of dentists who operate in small independent practices. Read full post…