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 EducationAdvanced Education     August 30, 2014  

Advanced Education Programs

E-mail: Kristin Yager, Advanced Education Admissions Coordinator (

Estimated Expenses, 2014-2015 Academic Year

Advanced Education in General Dentistry Program
Biomaterials, MS
Endodontics Certificate
Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology Certificate
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery MD / Certificate
Oral Biology, PhD
Oral Sciences, MS
Orthodontics, MS and Certificate
Pediatric Dentistry Certificate
Periodontics Certificate
Prosthodontics Certificate
TMD and Orofacial Pain Program

The School of Dental Medicine occupies facilities in Squire and Foster Halls on the University at Buffalo's health science-oriented Main Street (South) Campus. Laboratories, research facilities, and the latest in clinics offer the postgraduate and graduate student research and educational opportunities in six departments in the School of Dental Medicine, as well as specialty certification in various certificate programs.

Established in 1892 as the School of Dentistry with 46 students and 10 faculty, the programs and scope of the school as well as its name and orientation, have expanded. Today, the school offers education and training leading to the D.D.S., M.S., and Ph.D, degrees, as well as certificates of proficiency in seven specialty practice areas.

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The tradition of practicing dentists taking time to teach is as old as dentistry itself; the central role of practitioners as faculty is as old as the earliest organized dental schools.


As a proud member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), the University at Buffalo is committed to discovery, both basic and applied research, development and scholarship particularly related to oral health and disease.



Established in 1892, the School of Dental Medicine continues to educate general practitioners, specialists and biomedical scientists in the art and science of oral health through our comprehensive accredited programs.


In addition to steady activity in our laboratories and clinics, students and faculty are preparing and submitting abstracts for the annual meeting of the International Association for Dental Research.
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The complete classroom-to-clinic experience provided by Oral Diagnostic Sciences supported by several specialty care clinics including one associated with the Center for Orofacial Pain Research.
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For nearly five decades, the School of Dental Medicine has been a national leader in the science behind oral health.
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