You’ll learn about fixed and removable prosthodontics, occlusion, TMJ dysfunction, maxillofacial prosthetics, cleft palate prostheses, implants, and implantology. After completing all required courses, residents may select, with faculty approval, the courses most appropriate to their needs. Students have opportunities to present lectures and participate in combined seminars with other disciplines.
Prosthodontic Course Listing
Residents learn to critically evaluate research and determine its potential application to clinical procedures. Residents will conduct a research project under faculty supervision.
Residents accepted into graduate academic programs at the University of Rochester's School of Medicine and Dentistry must complete a major research project and submit a thesis reporting on their investigation.
Fellowship in Implant Dentistry
This one-year fellowship is for those applicants wishing to expand their implant surgical training and/or pursue an academic career within dentistry or the Prosthodontic specialty. The fellowship begins each mid-June and ends the following June 30th. Graser Fellowship Website.