1. Where are you located?
New Orleans, LA 70119
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2.What degrees or certificates do you
3. How many applicants do you
accept each year?
of dental surgery:
4 Arkansas residents
Out-of-state residents (other than Arkansas)
of science degree in dental
30 Louisiana residents in the
New Orleans program
6 Louisiana residents in
the Lafayette program
degree in dental laboratory
12 students annually (no
No in-state residency
requirements: number accepted varies according to
individual programs. Call 504-941-8113 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.
4. What is the
Dental school enrollment
Graduating dental class
Faculty size: 90
full-time and 104 part-time faculty members
the Dental School accredited by the American
Yes. All programs of the
dental school are fully accredited by the American
Dental Association. Our last accreditation was in
6. Who is considered a
Someone who has
resided in Louisiana for at least one year.
7. What are your admission
For dentistry, click here.
dental hygiene, click
For dental laboratory technology, click
For residency programs, click
8. Whom do I
contact to become a patient of the dental
Student Clinic: 504-619-8770
Clinic: 504-941-8201 (ages 0-6) or 504-941-8196
Faculty Dental Practice:
Oral Surgery Faculty Practice:
(referral by a dentist required)
9. Is dental care
No, dental care is NOT provided
free-of-charge. If a student or resident
provides the care, the fee is typically 50% of
what a dentist in private practice might charge.
In the faculty dental practice clinic, fees are
comparable to a private dental practice as care
is provided by LSUSD faculty. If you have dental
insurance, you will be provided receipts that
you can file with your insurer for
reimbursement, which will vary according to your
policy. The school does accept Medicaid.
10. Does LSUSD
have clinics in other parts of Louisiana?
Yes, the school has two satellite clinics,
in Baton Rouge and
Lafayette. Students and residents provide care
in various locations