M.S. and Certificate in Orthodontics

Since 1947, this program has prepared graduates for a career in clinical and/or academic orthodontics. Six residents start the program each year, and are exposed to extensive didactic, clinical and research experience and techniques in addition to teaching requirements.

Fall 2022 Enrollment

Applications will be accepted from May 13 - August 15, 2021

Interviews: October 15 & 18, 2021 (by invitation)

Program Start Date: July 1, 2022; Mandatory orientation activities take place the week prior

Class size: 6/year
Degree: Master of Science, Certificate in Orthodontics
Program Length: 36 Months

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About the Program

At the end of this 36-month program, residents are awarded with a Certificate of Advanced Study in Orthodontics and a Master of Science degree conferred by the University at Buffalo Graduate School.  Residents complete the written examination of American Board of Orthodontics examination before graduation and are encouraged to obtain board certification.

Application Information

MATCH & PASS Application

All candidates should apply to the program through PASS and the MATCH.

Fall 2022 Applicants — Important Dates

Step Date(s)
Applications Accepted May 13 - August 15, 2021
Interviews October 15 & 18, 2021
Acceptance Notices Sent Acceptance letters will be sent out within 10 days of the release of the MATCH results​.


Advanced Ed.

Advanced Education Admissions

Fax: 716-829-2731

Email: sdmpg@buffalo.edu

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