The Department of Dentistry at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is one of the longest standing departments at the institution with a record of achievement that extends over more than a century.
We constantly strive to provide a stimulating and comprehensive training experience that will enable clinical trainees to contribute to improving oral health through teaching, research, and innovative clinical practice that is accessible to all.
We are proud of the exceptional training programs we offer. Our main clinic at the Institute for Family Health offers an unparalleled opportunity for residents to learn from our large faculty and our diverse patient community — an experience that will prepare them to enter private practice or open the doors to further training, specialization, and research. Our other clinic at the Mount Sinai Harlem Center at the Jack Martin Fund Center focuses on working with medically compromised patients. We believe that working at both The Mount Sinai Hospital and the clinics allows you to perform a large number of procedures and assist with a variety of prevention education initiatives.
In addition, we have a strong commitment to community service, and we seek that in our applicants. We hope to begin other health care programs as well.
What distinguishes our program is how closely we work with residents to ensure their success. We are like a close-knit family. I encourage you to visit, spend time with us, ask questions, and see for yourself. We are committed to providing exceptional care for all of our patients.
Judy Lee Moy, DMD
Assistant Professor and Chair, Department of Dentistry
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai