These services are offered for patients at the Faculty of Dentistry clinics at three levels:
Undergraduate Clinics (A,B,C)
When you become a patient, you will be assigned to a student from third, fourth or fifth year depending on your case. Students will work together, each performing the procedures which they are allowed and trained for, thus providing continuity of care. All student procedures are supervised by faculty clinical instructors at every stage of treatment.
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Advanced General Dentistry Program (AGDP) and Postgraduate specialty clinics (1,2)
In cases of advanced comprehensive clinical cases, individuals are referred to these clinics where students are fresh graduates and specialist trainee that treat patients with the assistance of faculty mentors.
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Centre of Excellence
The Centre of Excellence is a full service dental practice that offers high quality total patient care services in one location.
We offer 1st class dental services through experienced dental professionals from all dental specialties who are leaders in their field.
State-of-art dental clinics are updated with the most recent technology and materials in cosmetics and contemporary dentistry.
+961 1 300110 Ex: 2778/2863
Patient Care Desk
The Faculty of Dentistry is committed to provide high quality, comprehensive patient-centered care.
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Special needs services
Patients with complex medical conditions and/or physical, emotional and mental disabilities
Patients with complex medical conditions and/or physical, emotional and mental disabilities are treated in the specialized dental clinics of Beirut Arab University. In addition to the institutional facilities that offer a suitable access to these clinics, we provide the primary and comprehensive preventive and therapeutic oral health care to individuals with special health care needs in a coordinated team-work between different departments of the faculty.
Patients with special health care needs
Patients with special health care needs are readily treated under conscious – nitrous oxide- sedation (N2O) or in complicated conditions, dental treatment is delivered in a hospital – based operation room under general anesthesia.
Wheel chair access
For individuals with physical disability, the access to diagnosis or even to specialty clinics is available.
Mobile Dental Clinic
The Mobile Dental Clinic is a well-equipped two-chair dental clinic prepared by the Faculty of Dentistry to travel across the country to provide greater physical access to dental care and oral health awareness for vulnerable population in poor urban and rural remote communities experiencing economic hardship.