The General Practice Residency (GPR) Program provides residents with a broad range of dental experiences in oral surgery, emergency medicine, anesthesia, care for the disabled and medically-complex, and other disciplines.
The Advanced Endodontics program provides residents with the biomedical and behavioral knowledge, and the clinical experience necessary to practice Endodontics. Research and teacher training are also emphasized.
The Advanced Standing Program for International Dentists (ASPID) is designed for qualified dentists from non-U.S. countries, leading to the Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree.
The DDS Program’s innovative learner-centered curriculum integrates biomedical, behavioral and clinical sciences, training students to assess dental patients and deliver cutting-edge comprehensive care.
The Advanced Prosthodontics Program provides foundational knowledge and clinical and technical skills for the specialized practice of Prosthodontics, incorporating studies in physical diagnosis, anatomy, oral pathology, pharmacology and oral biology.
The Advanced Periodontology Program is designed to train clinicians with the competency and advanced skills to practice Periodontology at the highest level.
The Advanced Pediatric Dentistry Program provides students with the background and clinical experience necessary for the practice of Pediatric Dentistry.
The Advanced Orthodontics Program prepares students for academic careers as clinical scholars through the integration of basic sciences with orthodontic education, as well as providing the clinical experience necessary to practice Orthodontics.
The Advanced Orofacial Pain program trains residents to become expert clinicians in orofacial pain.
The Advanced Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Program provides graduates with the necessary training, knowledge, tools and skills to prepare for certification by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.