The didactic phase of the program consists of such medical and dental sciences as anesthesiology, advanced oral surgery, advanced radiographic interpretation and diagnosis, general dentistry conference series, oral and maxillofacial pathology, oral physiology, principles of medicine, physical diagnosis and problem case/patient care conference seminar.

Diagnostic and clinical experiences are provided in multiple settings to complement the didactic phase of the program.

  • Residents and faculty hold monthly teaching rounds whereby in-patients and upcoming surgical patients are reviewed
  • Residents attend conferences, seminars, and workshops annually throughout their residency.