Preceptorships & Fellowships
Our Preceptorships are designed to provide dentists with opportunities to obtain practical experiences in postdoctoral dental education, basic and translational sciences and to increase the knowledge base in advanced and specialty dentistry, dental public health, treatment of diverse patient populations, treating geriatric patients and dental emergencies. These experiences are obtained based on the Preceptorship program an individual applies to and is accepted into. Information for each opportunity can be found via the following links.
Center for Oral Biology
Clinical-Translational Dental Research
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Periodontics& Dental Implantology
Information on how to apply to any of these programs can be found by clicking on the “How to Apply” link on the left side of this page.
We here at EIOH look forward to assisting you as you explore your Preceptorship opportunities.
EIOH Admissions Office
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Informally known as the Gerald N. Graser Fellowship, this experience provides an opportunity for qualified candidates to learn implantology via didactic, clinical and research training.
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Fellowship in Implant Dentistry
Apply for the Fellowship in Implant Dentistry
Dental Career Fellowship
Eastman Institute for Oral Health has established a new Dental Career Fellowship to provide advanced education to dentists interested in increasing their knowledge in the various disciplines of dentistry. Concentrated one-year Fellowship program tracks are available in General Dentistry, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Pediatric Dentistry, Prosthodontics, Periodontics and Dental Implantology , Oral Medicine, Urgent Care, Geriatric Dentistry, Orthodontics, Community Dentistry and Translational Research in General Dentistry. Read more
Oral Medicine Fellowship
The Oral Medicine Fellowship is a 1 year program, culminating in a Certificate of Advanced Studies. The program is intended to train dentists in clinical aspects of oral medicine, such as oral diseases and clinical pathology, oral manifestations of systemic diseases, chronic orofacial pain, oral manifestations in cancer patients, and dental treatment of medically complex patients.