Pediatric Dentistry Residency Curriculum
This is a two-year, hospital-based program offering a composite of clinical experience and didactic instruction at the Pediatric Dental Clinic, The Adolescent Dental Clinic, and the Mount Sinai Hospital and Medical Center. Pediatric dental residents receive extensive clinical training in all aspects of pediatric dental medicine and surgery. The program provides intensive operating room experience. Residents receive training in I.V. conscious sedation, pediatric emergency, pediatric medicine, and laser dental surgery. Residents also have the opportunity for clinical and didactic training in all phases of orthodontic treatment through enrollment in Clinical Orthodontic Training Curriculum and rotations at the Adolescent Health Center Orthodontic Clinic.
Public health pediatric dental experience are offered through the existing Mount Sinai school based health program and participation in local and international health fairs and missions.
Following successful completion of the certificate program, the resident will meet eligibility requirements for the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry examination and can become board eligible. All Mount Sinai board certified graduates have been successful in passing their written and oral boards on their first attempt.
Residency Coordinator, Dentistry
Department of Dentistry
Icahn School of Medicine
One Gustave L. Levy Place
New York, NY 10029