Within this lab, there are designated work areas where various preclinical courses, including prosthodontics and orthodontics, take place. In these areas, dental students acquire hands-on training in the technical aspects of appliances, which they will later utilize in actual dental clinics.


At the College of Dentistry in KSAU-HS, the dental program is structured around the simulation concept for all clinical procedures. This means that students undergo practical training in a simulated environment. To facilitate this, the dental lab is equipped with dental simulation units, also known as phantom heads. These units provide students with a realistic clinical experience, enabling them to develop the necessary skills and proficiency required for treating real patients.
To enhance the teaching and educational experience, the simulation lab is also equipped with a multimedia system that offers internet access. This allows the course director and instructors to closely monitor and support students during their procedures.


The College of Dentistry Production Laboratory is operated by professionally trained and skilled Dental Technologists and Technicians to provide high-quality dental prostheses. The workflow of the Production Lab consists of the fabrication of stone and printed models, removable and fixed prostheses, and orthodontic appliances that meet the highest standards of care.
The production lab team uses biocompatible materials to craft restorations that withstand daily use. Each product undergoes rigorous quality control to produce durable, functional, and aesthetically pleasing dental work that meets the needs of the patients. In the heart of modern dentistry, the College of Dentistry Production Lab stands as a beacon of innovation.  Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, it seamlessly integrates CAD-CAM (Computer-Aided Design and Computer-Aided Manufacturing) and 3D printing to elevate the quality of dental prosthetics.
Furthermore, the dental lab utilizes the latest technologies from leading dental companies such as Ivoclar Vivadent PrograMill PM7 and AmannGirrbach Ceramill Motion 2 milling machines, 3d system’s ProJet® MJP 3600, ProJet® CJP 660Pro, NextDent® 5100, and Planmeca Creo® C5 3D printers to deliver the highest quality and efficiency.


The Dentroid robot is specifically designed for dental education, providing a valuable tool for dental students. This lifelike automaton assists students in developing practical skills and chair-side manners through its wide range of movements and advanced voice recognition technology. Additionally, it enhances communication and diagnostic abilities, effectively preparing students for a seamless transition from working with simulated models to treating real patients, ensuring safety throughout the process.


Dental clinics in the College of Dentistry have been equipped with modern dental units, machinery, and instruments necessary for delivering high-quality treatment and preventive care to patients aligning with international standards. The dental clinics are organized into several sections to cater to different needs, as follows:

– Emergency Clinic: This clinic provides immediate walk-in emergency services as determined by a dentist or physician.

– Undergraduate Clinics: These clinics serve as teaching clinics where dental students, under the supervision of faculty members, provide patient care. The clinics are equipped with the latest state-of-the-art equipment to ensure the students receive hands-on experience using advanced tools.

– Postgraduate Clinics: These clinics are dedicated to the clinical training of dental residents in various dental specialties. Residents gain practical experience using the latest state-of-the-art equipment.

– Faculty Clinics: These clinics are run by faculty members who are consultants or specialists in their respective fields. It offers a comprehensive range of services, providing specialized care to patients.


The College of Dentistry’s library houses an extensive collection of books that cater to the diverse range of specialties within the college. These books are accessible to all faculty and students through the book loan system. Additionally, the library is equipped with computers that can be utilized by faculty and students for internet searches and research purposes.


The computer lab has a number of computers and projectors that can be used by faculty and students.

Problem-Based Learning (PBL) Rooms

For interactive learning, there are a total of rooms equipped with projectors and smart board to facilitate and promote problem-based learning for small group discussion and operational tests.


Classrooms are designed as specialized learning environments that equip dental students with the essential knowledge and skills required to excel as proficient dental professionals. These classrooms are well-equipped with advanced technology to enhance the effectiveness of teaching and learning. Within these classrooms, students actively participate in a range of educational activities such as attending lectures, engaging in discussions, collaborating on group projects, and delivering presentations.


This auditorium has all the facilities to enhance the learning process that serves the varied requirements of quality education.


A regular venue for conferences, workshops and seminars, this auditorium has all the facilities to enhance the learning process and is a vast space that serves the varied requirements of quality education. The objective behind the auditorium is to enhance the quality of education. To make this possible, the auditorium offers facilities such as LCD projectors, screens for delivering lectures. It also provides ample opportunity for our staff and students to exhibit their talents in cultural activities.