College of Dentistry

The UF College of Dentistry is a national leader in dental education, research and clinical care.

  • Home to 365 D.M.D. students and 148 advanced education residents, fellows and interns.

  • Ranked in the Top 10 for NIH research funding for the past 10 years for all dental schools in the U.S.

  • The Department of Oral Biology includes national leaders in oral infectious diseases and immunology research and is one of the top-ranked in the U.S. based on NIH funding among similar departments.

  • Dental care is provided to patients from all 67 counties in Florida, with almost 142,000 patient visits occurring annually.

UF Health College of Dentistry Statistics: #4 in N.I.H. funding among public universities ($13.3 million); 133 faculty; 365 D.M.D. Students; #8 in G.P.A., D.A.T. scores and acceptance rates among 65 U.S. dental schools; patients from all 67 counties in Florida.