The Department of Restorative Dentistry and Comprehensive Care provides training in clinical dentistry and applied basic science. The department maintains the school’s Simulation Clinic for preclinical education and the Comprehensive Care Modules (CCM) for the clinical care of adult patients, both of which contribute to the transition from didactic through preclinical to clinical studies.
The department supports the education of pre-doctoral students in the practice of general dentistry through the didactic, preclinical, and clinical component. Advanced studies are offered to graduate students through the Advanced Education in General Dentistry Residency and Endodontics Residency Programs, and the Advanced Education in General Dentistry Externship.
Endodontics Residency Program
The two-year Endodontics Residency Program provides training in the specialty of endodontics; accepting four residents each year. Endodontic residents are responsible for treatment of patients for root canal therapy, trauma, and endodontic surgery. Residents participate in clinical research projects and publish in the Journal of Endodontics. They also participate in the American Association of Endodontists’ annual meetings with abstract and poster presentations. Learn More>>
Advanced Education in General Dentistry Residency Program
The Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) Residency Program provides training to recent graduates in clinical dentistry and applied basic science beyond the pre-doctoral level.
The program refines and enhances those skills necessary for the generalist to provide comprehensive patient care for all population groups. It is also designed to instill confidence in the resident to allow them to become a leader in the general dental community. Learn More>>
Referring Dentists: Refer a Patient to the Endodontics Department