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Program at a Glance

Accreditation Status A - Approval Without Reporting Requirements
Number of Faculty Members 3 full-time, 7 part-time 
Accept students not trained in a US or Canadian dental school? Yes
State License Required No
Degrees/Certificates Offered Prosthodontics Certificate and Master’s diploma. Preceptorship available
Prerequisites TOEFL, Dental Degree, Three letters of recommendation, Class rank
Tuition per year Only for non-GME applicants; $62,080/year and $56,700 for the Masters’ degree (for the entire duration of the Master program)
Application Fee $195
Instruments & Equipment Magnifying loupes, Camera, Articulators, Instrument fees and others, approx. $10K/residency
Salary and/or Stipend Graduate Medical Education funding for tuition/stipend for U.S. and Canadian trained dentists
First Year Enrollment Three
Ratio of Acceptances to Applicants 1:40
Hours spent in clinical patient treatment Approximately 25 hours/week
Type of Implant System Taught Several implant systems
Available Digital Equipment Milling machines, desktop scanners, intraoral scanners, 3D printers, face scanners, smile design software and others
Clinical activities 60 percent
Didactic activities 30 percent
Research/Other activities 10 percent
Clinical Setting Dental school, Hospital
Associated Hospitals Strong Memorial Hospital
On-Call Arrangements None
Research Requirements All residents are required to complete a Master's degree (Master’s degree is obtained either through Clinical and Translational Science or a Systematic Review project)
Other Requirements Third year residents are strongly encouraged to take the written part (Section A) as well as one clinical case (Section B) of the American Board of Prosthodontics examination.