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Advanced Education Program  In Prosthodontics



 Externship

  

 The  University  of  Maryland Prosthodontic Residency  offers a two-week externship program in the University of Maryland Dental School in  Baltimore,  Maryland.

The objectives of this externship program are:

1. expose junior and senior dental students to the full scope of  Prosthodontics at the specialty level

2. help students understand the process of residency education and training in Prosthodontics

3. expose students from other dental school to the University of Maryland Dental School and the Prosthodontic Residency

      Students selected for the externship come for a designated two-week period during which they observe the current residents in the clinic and participate in the seminars that are scheduled during their time at the  University  of  Maryland’s  Dental   School. Activities will include the observation of residents treating the complex needs of patients requiring fixed, removable, and maxillofacial prostheses as well as spending time with the residents in the laboratory. During seminars, the externs are expected to participate in all reading requirements and discussions. Each resident will be expected to give a short presentation during their externship on a prosthodontic topic and participate in a laboratory exercise fabricating a metal-ceramic crown.  The  University of  Maryland Prosthodontic Residency has ten residents with eleven faculty members. These include eight Diplomates of the American Board of Prosthodontics, two with training in Maxillofacial Prosthetics, one with an Implant Fellowship Training, and one with a Master’s in Craniofacial Pain.

      Interested students must submit:

1.       Curriculum vitae or resume

2.       Letter of recommendation from a Prosthodontist at their school

3.       Dental   School  transcript

4.       A copy of their Part I National Boards score (Xerox copy)

      For best dates, please submit material by the March 1st to :

      Dr. Carl F. Driscoll

      Director, Prosthodontic Residency

       University of  Maryland Dental School 

       650 West Baltimore St., Room 4219

       Baltimore,  Maryland   21201 

       Phone:  410-706-7047

       cdriscoll@umaryland.edu 



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