Case Study

Expanding Dental Care

June 03, 2020 - by commARCH
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Project: College of Dentistry Clinic and Education Building Location: Dallas Architects: BRW Architects, Dallas; Kahler Slater, Milwaukee Client: Texas A&M; University 

Texas A&M; University College of Dentistry opened a new Clinic and Education Building in Dallas to expand dental care services to underserved patients. 

The 160,000 square-foot, nine-story Clinic, and Education Building feature nearly 300 dental chair stations ranging from general practice to prosthodontics and implant surgery, each equipped with the latest technology. It also includes specialized clinics, clinical support spaces, faculty areas, classrooms, and study spaces. 

Kahler Slater of Milwaukee led the programming, planning, and design for the new facility, partnering with the architect of record BRW Architects of Dallas. 

Dr. Lawrence E. Wolinsky, dean of the College of Dentistry, said, “No longer will students and patients be going to different areas of the school or clinic to seek information about treatment and care. The patient will actually be the center of the treatment and treatment will come to them.” 

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