Sarah Grafton to chair Restorative Dentistry

Sarah E. Grafton has been named chair of Restorative Dentistry and Comprehensive Care at the Pitt School of Dental Medicine.

Grafton completed her doctoral degree in Dental Medicine at Pitt in 2000 and a post-graduate general practice residency at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Pittsburgh. Since 2014, she has been an assistant professor at the University and has most recently served as vice chair for clinical efficiency within the Department of Restorative Dentistry and Comprehensive Care.

Her scholarly interests include behavioral health and community-based dentistry, dental treatment for those with substance abuse disorders, and clinical efficiency with quality assurance in dental education.