The program leads to a micro-credential and single badge that reflects extended concentrated work in Esthetic Dentistry. The program involves enrollment in an advanced course combined with required participation in a number of supplemental specialized sessions.
This program is open to predoctoral (DDS) students in the first semester of the D4 program year, who are interested in gaining deeper concentration in esthetic dentistry.
Admission to the program is limited to a small number of students in order to provide specialized individual experience in advanced materials and techniques. Interested persons must formally apply for admission to the program. Applicant requirements include:
Upon successful completion of the program, the participant will be able to:
Upon completion of the full program you will earn a notation on your academic transcript as well as a badge that you may use on your digital resume or social media sites.
The purpose of this course is to develop a deeper and broader understanding of contemporary restorative dental techniques, materials and treatments than is currently taught in other restorative courses. In depth case presentations and discussion regarding preparation design and material choice for direct and indirect anterior and posterior restoration will be covered, including elective procedures such as veneers. Emphasis will be placed on non-metallic restoration of the adult dentition with an eye towards a superior esthetic and functional outcome.
Interested parties should complete and submit the following form.