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Eastman Institute for Oral Health / Educational Programs / Orthodontics Residency Program

Orthodontics Residency Program

Emile Rossouw, M.Ch.D., Ph.D. photo

Emile Rossouw, BSc, BChD, MChD,
Cert(Ortho), PhD, FRCD(C)
Chair and Program Director

The Orthodontics Residency is a 2-year certificate program at the University of Rochester Medical Center’s Eastman Institute for Oral Health, where you'll be exposed to a talented, diverse faculty, fellow residents, and clinical research to enrich your experience.

We develop graduates with clinical expertise, emphasizing diagnostics and the technical knowledge to rectify complex, multifaceted problems within the craniofacial complex.

Program Highlights

  • Two-year certificate program
  • Three-year combined program offering certification and a Master of Science degree
  • Six candidates accepted each year
  • Admission and eligibility

Read Hot Seat, the division's newsletter for alumni, residents, faculty and staff.

By the Numbers – Eastman Institute for Oral Health

148

Total Residents

39

Residents' Countries of Origin

210

Total Faculty

190000

Yearly Patient Visits

What Sets Us Apart

Clinical Activities

You will gain an understanding of differential diagnosis, growth measurement, treatment planning, and outcomes assessment; and toward evaluation and use of these concepts in relevant professional decision-making processes.

Flexible Curriculum

Fundamental concepts of growth and development are studied together with basic human biology as it relates to the development of the craniofacial complex in terms of skeletal, soft tissue, and dento-alveolar structures.

Resident Life

Our emphasis on work/life balance is an important reason residents choose URMC. A focus on trainees well-being enables you to learn and thrive in Rochester.

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