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Comprehensive Dentistry

This program 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 in this discipline. The curriculum exposes students to a variety of comprehensive dentistry techniques and new modalities of treatment.

Objectives

Upon successful completion of the Advanced Program in Comprehensive Dentistry, participants will have an increased understanding of the biological basis of comprehensive dentistry theory and practice.

Faculty

Participants treat a variety of patients under the close guidance of a diverse and experienced faculty comprised of top practitioners in the fi eld of comprehensive dentistry and related areas.

Course Components

This program features an intensive clinical emphasis with lectures, seminars, conferences, and patient care experiences which will further develop the participant’s expertise in the field of comprehensive dentistry. Students who participate in the Comprehensive Dentistry program will perform all phases of dentistry on a post-graduate level. Phases include, but are not limited to, crown and bridge, implant supported prosthesis, root canal therapy, partial and full dentures, porcelain onlays and inlays and porcelain laminates. In addition, participants attend a pre-clinical practice component, which occurs simultaneously with the applied clinical portion of the program. This pre-clinical course is designed to increase the student’s skills in all disciplines of dentistry. Students will have access to the latest equipment, including computerized simulation equipment, ultrasonic devices and rotary instruments. There are opportunities to participate in elective experiences such as teaching, research and society meetings. The goal of this program is to provide the students with the ability to perform competently in private practice.