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COVID-19 Announcement

COVID19

Due to COVID-19 pandemic, re-opening BAU dental clinics was a challenging decision. The Faculty of Dentistry clinics has updated their clinical guidelines and infection control measures following the international guidelines (CDC and WHO) to protect students, staff and patients.

The best quality of dental treatment continue to be provided in a completely healthy safe environment.


Diagnosis Clinics

Contains fully equipped 3 dental units for diagnosis and patient referral to other specialty clinics (A, B, C); also for patients who require emergency treatment.

Clinics A

Comprise a total of 30 dental units for undergraduate students to practice different disciplines. Mobile In-office bleaching unit is also available for tooth whitening.

Clinics B

Comprise a total of 22 dental units for undergraduate students to practice different disciplines.

Clinics C

Comprise a total of 20 dental units for undergraduate students to practice different disciplines.

Implantology Clinic

Contains four dental units connected to a lecture room with live transmission for postgraduate students to practice Pediatric Dentistry using nitrous oxide.

Conscious Sedation Clinic

Contains one dental unit for postgraduate students to practice Pediatric Dentistry using nitrous oxide.

Special Care Clinic

Contains one dental unit for bleaching.

Speciality Clinics 1

Comprise a total of 26 dental units, in-office bleaching unit, and surgical operating microscope connected to LCD for postgraduate students and trainees to manage more complex and comprehensive cases.

Speciality Clinics 2

Comprise a total of 13 dental units, in-office bleaching unit, and surgical operating microscope connected to LCD for postgraduate students and trainees to manage more complex and comprehensive cases.

Contains 4 dental units and X-ray room for clinical research performed by academic staff.

Radiology Unit

Diagnosis and treatment plan for all specialties.