A patient receives a consultation in the orthodontics clinic.

Preceptorship

Our two preceptorships in orthodontics and periodontics are non-degree courses of study. Programs can enhance a student's application to graduate programs in orthodontics and periodontics.

Overview

The Department of Orthodontics and the Department of Periodontics offer limited preceptorships to applicants that demonstrate educational interest and aptitude in these areas of interest.

Preceptorship

Orthodontics

This preceptorship can be up to three students per year dependent upon the applicant’s professional credentials and clinic space available. The program offers unique seminar and clinical experiences.

Preceptorship

Periodontics

This is a 12 month non-degree course of study. A non-academic certificate is awarded upon successful completion. One periodontics preceptorship is available a year.