New Giza University (NGU) School of Dentistry Clinic established
11 April 2019
The School of Dentistry at New Giza University has opened the first of its dental clinics.
The state-of-the-art facility, comprises 52 dental chairs and will allow undergraduates to provide supervised dental care of adults requiring restorative dentistry and/or oral surgery.
In addition the clinic will soon commence care of children. The opening of this clinic is a key achievement in the development of the School of Dentistry and is a further reflection of the commitment of New Giza University to both educate the clinicians of tomorrow as well as provide care to the local community.
Over the next year a further, larger clinical facility will be opened that will meet the needs of the expanding programme.
The NGU School of Dentistry was established in 2016, built on a collaboration with UCL Medical School, UCL School of Pharmacy and UCL Eastman Dental Institute. In the past three years the number of entrants has risen to a remarkable 100 students per academic year.