Frequently Asked Questions

We do not currently offer 3D printing services at the Faculty of Dentistry. If you are interested in 3D printing, please contact the MADLab at Gerstein Science Information Centre. Click here to learn about their services.

A NextEngine 3D scanner is available for special projects. You can book an appointment with us to review your proposal, and set up a brief training session with the scanner.

If you are interested in producing a 3D project, please book an appointment with us to review your proposal.

Time permitting, we can create unique poster content. Please contact help@dentistry.utoronto.ca with all the pertinent details to apply for this service.

We offer a library of PowerPoint-based templates, many of which suit research posters. These templates are labeled by their orientation (horizontal vs. vertical), and by their size. Click here to view and download a template. After creating your poster you can book an appointment with one of our staff to review your poster layout and design.

Time permitting, we create unique content for PowerPoint templates. Please contact help@dentistry.utoronto.ca with all the pertinent details to apply for this service.

Our PowerPoint template library is available for faculty and staff presentations; click here to browse the library. All templates have a title slide, followed by a text slides. 

If you require use of the Faculty of Dentistry logo, please contact Erin Vollick, Communications Officer. Please note the rules and guidelines for any material branded with the University of Toronto name. We advise you refer to the University of Toronto Style Guide and Watermark website when preparing presentations and posters.

Yes! We have a variety of free Research Day poster templates available for download. We also provide one-on-one assistance, helping Faculty students develop and polish their posters. To schedule your appointment, get in touch at help@dentistry.utoronto.ca, or drop by Room 346.

Yes! Arrange a one-on-one appointment by emailing help@dentistry.utoronto.ca to for assistance. You can also drop by the IITS office in Room 346.