Application procedures for each program vary but there are certain steps that relate to all applicants:
1) See the chart and corresponding links below to confirm the
deadline and correct electronic application to submit for review by
the appropriate admissions committee. Check the
program’s website for other required application
2) Candidates must submit the $50 application fee to each program for which an application is submitted. Exceptions are the following residency programs: Pediatric Dentistry, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and AEGD.
|Program||Cert||MS||PhD||Application Process||Application for Fall 2017 Enrollment|
|Advanced Education in
|Spring 2018: Sep 1 (US), Aug 1 (Intl)|
|Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology||√||UB Gradmit||Nov 1|
|Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery||√||PASS||Nov 1|
|Oral Biology||√||UB Gradmit||Feb 1|
|Oral Sciences||√||UB Gradmit||Feb 1|
|Pediatric Dentistry||√||PASS||Oct 2|
|Periodontics||√ **||UB Gradmit||Aug 3|
|Prosthodontics||√||UB Gradmit||Aug 31|
|TMD and Orofacial Pain Program||√ *||UB Gradmit||Dec 1|
NOTE: The SDM Advanced Education academic unit awards multiple degrees and certificates with synchronous conferral; both portions of a multiple-award program are awarded simultaneously at the conclusion of the entire program of study.
The School of Dental Medicine co-sponsors a General Practice Residency program with Roswell Park Cancer Institute. Information about the program and application procedures are outlined on RPCI's website.
Estimated Expenses, 2017-2018 (exact costs may vary, depending on program)
Please e-mail questions to the Advanced Education Admissions Coordinator
The University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine adheres to the University at Buffalo's Statement of Non-Discrimination. The full statement may be viewed as published on the University's Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion website.