The Endodontics Program for International Dentists is a full-time, one-year clinical and didactic course of study offered to dentists from countries other than the United States who seek to improve their clinical skills and knowledge of the discipline. The curriculum exposes students to a variety of endodontic techniques and new modalities of treatment.
Upon successful completion of the International Program in Endodontics, participants will have an increased understanding of the biological basis of endodontic theory and practice.
The program faculty is comprised of endodontists with many years of experience as educators and practitioners. They have lectured nationally and internationally and have published in leading endodontic texts and journals.
Participants treat a variety of cases under the guidance of an experienced faculty comprised of highly regarded educators and clinicians. An array of lectures, seminars, conferences, and patient care/clinical experiences are offered to further develop the participant’s expertise in the field of endodontics. The student will improve clinical skills by treating a wide variety of endodontic patients and will learn how to determine if a particular clinical situation requires consultation with other healthcare providers. The assessment and evaluation skills needed to explore endodontic literature and current research will be developed, and the student will be prepared to utilize new technology. Students will have access to the latest equipment, including operating microscopes, ultrasonic devices and rotary instruments. There are opportunities to participate in elective experiences such as teaching, research and society meetings. Ample time is made available for these and other individual student interests.
Paul A. Rosenberg, D.D.S., is Professor and former Chairman of the Department of Endodontics, Director of the Post-Graduate Program in Endodontics, Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Program Director for the Advanced Program for International Dentists in Endodontics at the New York University College of Dentistry. He has been recognized with numerous awards and distinctions, including Fellowship in the American College of Dentists, President of the NYU Omicron Kappa Upsilon Dental Honor Society and the 1999-2000 Distinguished Teaching Award from New York University, NYU's highest honor for teaching. A Diplomate and former Director of the American Board of Endodontics, Dr. Rosenberg is an active member of many dental committees and societies, including the American Dental Association, the International Association for Dental Research and the Research Policy Committee at the NYU College of Dentistry. Active in an ongoing array of research, Dr. Rosenberg has mentored several prize-winning students in their own scientific pursuits. He has published numerous articles and presented and lectured on both a national and international level.