The Advanced Specialty Education Program strives to develop proficiency in diagnosis, treatment planning and treatment of a wide variety of malocclusions using multiple appliance techniques and treatment philosophies.
Residents treat a broad age range of patients with emphasis on the adolescent. In addition, they manage adults requiring surgical, interdisciplinary or temporomandibular dysfunction treatment.
All students are concurrently enrolled in a graduate program and receive both specialty certification and a Master’s degree upon completion of their requirements. There is also a program that leads to a PhD in Craniofacial Biology in the Department of Biomedical Sciences.