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Tawana Custard
· March 14, 2018
Only go here if you literally have no choice, I was told I was 1% risk at damaging other teeth next to the extracted. Well I just so happened to be that 1% and they didn't even tell me they did it. My... lip was cut and bruised and it took 2 students & 2 instructors to get my wisdom tooth out. I know their amateurs but I'll never sign up to be another ginuae pig for them. See More
BW Bridger
· February 27, 2018
Go somewhere else. Brenda is the rudest most unpleasant person on the planet. They are unorganized and incredibly rude. They don't care about your health. You are not a patient there, you are a lab rat...
Travis Pope
· July 25, 2017
TAMU School of Dentistry...Tearing down Dallas' history to put in another parking lot. Wow, what great neighbors y'all are!!!
Penny Dalton
· June 28, 2017
texas A&N Dentstry School is the best place to go
Christina Anneliesa
· August 28, 2015
Best experience I have ever had with an extraction! The students did awesome and had great bedside manner! I was well enough the next day, to go to the Water was a breeze!
Yolanda Ruffin
· September 16, 2015
I came here for an emergency wisdom extraction. This is the place to come!
Jeffery Hurst
· August 24, 2016
Gold crown 425, root canal 376. Need I say more?
Elias Achkar
· November 22, 2013
Best dental school ever!!!
Dr-hussein Almansour
· May 24, 2013
For those auditory learners out there, Drs. Burt Bryan and Amerian Sones take it up a notch with their surprise performance of "You Gotta Know How to Sprue 'Em." For this class of D1s, learning about spruing, investing and casting crowns will never be quite the same again!
Dental student fun in the snow
Why I give to BCD

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#ThrowbackThursday: Perhaps then-D4 Max Morgan was saying "Graduation is when?!" in this 1993 Burr yearbook photo. (And in case you're wondering, this year's commencement is May 25. D4s and DH2s, hang in there; just two months left!)

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