The Graduate Restorative Dentistry program provides advanced clinical training in direct and indirect esthetic restorations, crown & bridge and implant rehabilitation, affording comprehensive patient management experiences.
The evidence-based curriculum has recently been revised to incorporate the most current advancements in digital dentistry, chairside CAD/CAM technology and smile design.
Successful graduates are well qualified for positions as full-time clinical faculty in a dental school as an educator or administrator in both pre-doctoral comprehensive care and graduate general dentistry programs.
Students completing the three-year academic, clinical and research requirements receive:
- Master of Science degree from the Rackham School of Graduate Studies
- Certificate of program completion from the University of Michigan School of Dentistry
- Certificate of training completion in Computerized Dentistry and CAD/CAM
Application deadline is August 2.
- DDS degree or equivalent
- Application through Rackham
- 3 letters of recommendation
- Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) Report for any dental coursework completed outside of the US/Canada
- iBT TOEFL score of 84 or higher and less than 2 years old (international applicants)
The University sets tuition rates in July for the upcoming academic year.