Continuing Dental Education

CE participantsContemporary health professions are marked by constant technological changes, innovations in health care delivery, new clinical procedures and an ever-increasing social awareness.

Such changes have accentuated the need for the professional to remain abreast of new developments by accepting the fundamental and lifelong responsibility for continuous study.

As a part of its obligation to the practicing profession, the Texas A&M University College of Dentistry vigorously supports continuing dental education and offers a full range of programs.

Lectures, seminars and electronic distance learning about topics of current interest to dentists and dental auxiliaries are taught by dental school faculty and other respected professionals.


ADA CERP Provider logosADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.

Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to ADA CERP at www.ada.org/cerp.


CE Mission

The mission of the Department of Continuing Education, Texas A&M University  College of Dentistry is to promote the most advanced continuing education curriculum for all dental professionals, enabling them to achieve elevated levels of knowledge and competency and to promote public safety with the highest standard of care and service to their patients and community.

What our students say

2015-2016 DENTAL IMPLANT CONTINUUM

Starting 24 September 2015


Our Classes in Action

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Dentistry Insider Discover Dentistry Insider! 

A New Source for What's Going on at the College

Greetings Alumni:

We are pleased to share with you an exciting development from the Office of Advancement, Communications & Alumni Relations at Texas A&M University College of Dentistry. Effective today, you can read college news and updates on your alma mater's newly designed web publication, Dentistry Insider.

This site was created with our college's community in mind. In one centralized news hub, Dentistry Insider content will include information that formerly was found in the Baylor Dental Record Online, NewsStand as well as news articles and features from the college's magazine, the Baylor Dental Journal, which remains in print format.

NewsStand has been the college's dependable source for web news for years. While NewsStand as we've come to know it is going away, Dentistry Insider will provide the same quality coverage with several distinct enhancements, including:

  • daily/weekly postings, so you receive frequent, up-to-date information
  • responsive design, so you can read college news articles on your computer, mobile device or tablet with ease
  • weekly emails and RSS feed subscriptions, so you can be the first to know when TAMBCD developments break

We hope you will enjoy using this new resource. In the meantime, please direct any comments or questions to Jenny Fuentes in the Office of Advancement, Communications & Alumni Relations at 214.828.8358 or jfuentes@tamhsc.edu. And don't forget to send story ideas and/or news to Jenny as well.

Support Your Alumni Association 

All graduates become full members of the  College of Dentistry Alumni Association.

The  Alumni Association provides a variety of opportunities for alums to stay connected with the school and each other.  To find out more about the BCDAA and how you get involved, visit the association’s website at http://alumni.bcd.tamhsc.edu or call the alumni relations office at the college at 214.828.8202.

Alumni Association members are exceptional professionals and are leaders in local, state and national dental organizations. Our alumni also are active volunteers in their communities through local government, nonprofit organizations, places of worship, schools, etc. Many alumni come back to the school to teach while maintaining outside dental practices. Others mentor prospective dental students or volunteer as members of our alumni or foundation boards.