The school has thirty full-time faculty – fifteen with Doctor of Philosophy and fifteen with Masters degree. Each of them is specialized in some relevant field of Dentistry, covering basic, clinical, and community dental sciences. Enthusiasm in sharing knowledge and expertise is one of the common characteristics among them. The school is further supported by many professors from the clinics and other relevant fields. Problem-based learning （PBL）, emphasis on clinical problem guiding in basic dental sciences, and forum discussions on the most up-to-date topics are the features of teaching. The students are well-equipped to face the future challenges and make their informed professional choices.
Inside the Building, in addition to faculty offices and research laboratories, classrooms and laboratories, there are also the most advanced experimental equipments for molecular biology, oral microbiology, biomaterial, pathology, as well as oral medicine.
The school boasts one of the best places for clinical training in the country – the Veterans General Hospitals. The students participate in the programs of the Dental Department of the Hospital in fourth year. The clinical training during their clerkship program includes: physical examination, clinical techniques, chair-side observation and assistance, and pathological conferences. During their internship program from the fifth year, in addition to the General Surgery and Internal Medicine, the students have their training in each of the seven clinical divisions of dentistry, i.e. Orthodontics, Pedodontics, Periodontics, Endodontics, Prosthodontics, Family Dentistry, as well as Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. In order to promote teaching quality, the school has established specific links with the University of British Columbia (Canada), and the New York University (USA). Those who wish to study abroad will have the opportunity before graduating from the school.