A Time-controlled Study on the RTD-Teeth-Grossness Connection

Posted 6:39pm Sunday 9th October 2022 by Beth Wishart

Abstract This little piggy went to market, this little piggy stayed home. Eight little piggy’s teeth were submerged in RTDs to see how fast they’d dissolve over time. The teeth were sourced as humanely as possible and handed over to Critic’s Science Editor to run the Read more...

Uni Owns Shares in Weird Mouth-Clamp Device

Posted 12:55am Monday 9th August 2021 by Denzel Chung

Otago University, along with two researchers responsible for the DentalSlim Diet Control Device, holds shares in the company holding the global patent for the DentalSlim mouth-clamp.  The device uses magnets to clamp a patient’s jaw shut. It is designed to help weight-loss efforts. It Read more...

Big Harbour Molar Statue Extracted for Cavities

Posted 2:04pm Sunday 14th March 2021 by The Critical Tribune

Ōtepoti’s iconic sculpture, the harbour molars, have been extracted due to bacterial decay. The cavities were first observed on the annual DENT269 field trip, during which Otago dentistry students pilgrimage to the harbour inlet and marvel at the enamel delights. This year their fun was Read more...

Otago Uni Dentistry Chomps Into World Rankings

Posted 10:30am Sunday 3rd April 2016 by Henry Napier

The University of Otago may not be Harvard or Oxford, but Dunedin-trained dentists can rest assured that their degree is among the highest quality in the world after earning 12th place in the world university rankings. Last week the sixth edition of QS World University Rankings by subject was Read more...

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