Dental Schools in New York

By | April 19, 2019

Want to become a dentist, dental assistant, dental hygienist, dental nurse, dental technician, or dental therapist?  The following schools of dentistry in New York offer pre-dental studies, general dentistry, dental assisting, and dental hygiene studies towards a bachelor’s , master’s, doctorate, or a professional degree. Please know that some New York dental schools also provide certificates or postgraduate training in general dentistry. Check the following table for street address and official website of each school of dental medicine in the state of New York.

  • AllCityCodes: Articles about the state of New York, including nickname, area codes, and interstate highways of New York.
  • CityPopulationReview: Facts, symbols and history about the state of New York, including different types of highways of New York.
List of Dentistry Colleges in New York
Columbia University College of Dental Medicine
Address: 630 West 168th Street; New York, NY 10032
New York University College of Dentistry
Address: 345 E. 24th Street, New York, NY 10010
State University of New York at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine
Address: 325 Squire Hall, Buffalo, NY 14214-8006
State University of New York at Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine
Address: Stony Brook, NY 11794-8700
University of Rochester School of Dental Medicine

Columbia University College of Dental Medicine

National Monuments in New York State

The Statue of Liberty is a majestic sculptural monument installed in Upper New York Bay, one of the most popular attractions in New York and one of the most famous symbols of the United States. Also included in the national monument are the Statue of Liberty Museum and Ellis Island, which for decades was the largest entry point for immigrants to the United States. UNESCO World Heritage Site. Geographically refers to both New York City and the neighboring state of New Jersey. The status of a National Monument was given to the Statue of Liberty in 1924.

Governors Island (“Governors Island”) is an island located in New York Bay at the southern tip of Manhattan, on which a military outpost (Castle Williams and Fort Jay) was located from 1783 until the end of the 20th century, protecting New York from attacks from seas. Governors Island was granted National Monument status in 2001.

Castle Clinton (“Castle Clinton”) – built in 1811 in the south of Manhattan Island, a military fort. Clinton Castle was granted National Monument status in 1946.

The African Berial Ground (“Burial Place of Africans”) is a cemetery for immigrants from Africa (both free and slaves) that existed in the 17th and 18th centuries in Lower Manhattan. National Monument status was granted by the African Berial Ground in 2006.

Stonewall is a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan next to the Stonewall Inn gay bar, where the “Stonewall Uprising” began in 1969, which is considered the beginning of the struggle of the LGBT community in the United States for their rights. Stonewall was granted National Monument status in 2016.

Fort Stanwix is a fortress built in the middle of the 18th century in the central part of the state, whose task was to protect the waterway from the Atlantic to the Great Lakes. Fort Stanwix was granted National Monument status in 1935.

National Historic Parks in New York State

Harriet Tubman National Historical Park in Auburn includes three buildings associated with the biography of this famous abolitionist and fighter for social reform in the United States.

Saratoga National Historic Park in Stillwater, built on the site of the first major American military victory during the American Revolutionary War.

Women’s Rights National Historical Park – Several sites in Seneca Falls, including a church that hosted the first women’s rights convention in the United States in 1848.

National Historic Landmarks (Places) in New York State

Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site – buildings and other historic sites on the former Roosevelt estate in the village of Haviland, where this famous public figure lived for several decades.

House of Franklin D. Roosevelt in the city of Hyde Park, where the 32nd President of the United States was born and lived for a significant part of his life.

Home of Kate Mullany, one of America’s first female labor leaders. Located in Troy.

Tenements of the Lower East Side in Manhattan is a museum dedicated to the life of immigrants in New York in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

The mansion of the 8th President of the United States Martin Van Buren near the city of Kinderhook.

Sagamore Hill is the mansion of the 26th US President Theodore Roosevelt in Cove Neck.

St. Paul’s Church, one of the oldest in the state, in Mount Vernon

Birthplace of the 26th US President Theodore Roosevelt in Manhattan.

Inauguration site of the 26th US President Theodore Roosevelt in Buffalo.

Home of Thomas Cole, famous artist, in Catskill.

Vanderbilt Mansion in Hyde Park, built in the late 19th century in the Beauzar style of architecture and owned by Frederick William Vanderbilt.

National Memorials in New York State

Federal Hall National Memorial is a building in Manhattan that served as New York City ‘s first City Hall, which hosted the first meetings of the US Congress, and also hosted the first inauguration of the President of the United States.

The General Grant National Memorial (Grant Mausoleum) in Manhattan is the resting place of Ulysses Grant, the 18th President of the United States, and his wife.

The Alexander Hamilton National Memorial (“Grange”) is the home-museum of one of the Founding Fathers of the United States.