|Boston University School of Dental Medicine||100 East Newton St. Suite G-305Boston, MA 02118||Dr. Jefffrey Hutler (Kim McGrath)
|No||Traditional assisting Duties (suctioning, passing instruments, mixing cement, etc...) Also able to view procedures under microscope, digital radiography|
|Case Western School of Dental Medicine||10900 Euclid Ave
Cleveland, OH 44106
|Dr. Jeffferson Jones
|No||Traditional assisting Duties (suctioning, passing instruments, mixing cement, etc...), able to view procedures through microscope, work on extracted teeth with microscope|
|Fort Gordon||38th St., Fort Gordon GA 30905||Stephanie J. Sidow 706-787-5531||N/A||
|Lutheran Medical Center||150 55th St. Brooklyn, NY 11220||Dr. Robert Goldberger 718-630-6207||N/A||
No Patient Contact
Mostly Observed and attended Lectures
Assisted in Endontic Procedures
|NYU College of Dentistry - Dept of Endodontics||345 East 24th St. 10th Fl., New York, NY 10010-4086||Dr. Brendan G. O'Connor 212-998-9116||N/A||
Mostly suctioning. Occasionally going to getting instruments.
|NYU College of Dentistry||345 E. 24th St.
New York, NY 10010
I observed and assisted on mulitple root canals each day. The faculty were extremely nice and welcoming to me. If Endodontics is of interest, the externship is a great way to get to know residents and understand what the specialty is really like.
I assisted with root canal procedures and apicoectomies
|RBHS Endodontics Dept||110 Bergen St
Newark, NJ 07101
|Dr. Gary Hartwell
Although it was not hands, by observing the endo porcedures and the surgical procedures there was alot to learn. In addition I was allowed to sit in on the lit review as well as attend a lecture given by Dr. Hartwell. I also got to know Dr. Hartwell
I only assisted during the week, but it was interesting to see the different systems and instruments they use.
Traditional assisting duties (suctioning, passing instruments, etc...); also had opportunity to view procedure under microscope, observed digital xray system.
Dr. Gary Hartwell and the residents are all very knowledgable, approachable, and are happy to help with any questions you may have.
|University of Pennsylvania||240 S. 40th St. Philadelphia, PA 19104-6030||Dr. Syngcuk Kim 215-893-4927||N/A||N/A|
|General Practice Residency|
|Annette Island Service Unit||PO Box 439, Metlakatla, AK 99926||Dr. Serban Olaruserban (907) 886-6601||Yes||EM, restorative (composite/amalgam -Class I, II, and III), composites veneers, pedo, OHI, FI, simple ops//I had a wonderful time, it was nice -pleasant environment and I got to do dentistry.|
|Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center||1770 Grand Concourse Suite 7F, Bronx, NY 10457||Dr. Paul Gates (718) 901-8410||No||
During the externship, I was able to provide cleanings, screenings, composite restorations, extractions, and I assisted during endo procedures and operative.
I believe this externship is all of what you make of it. I had an hands-on experience because I asked for it and I was assertive. I think if your personality is strong, the experience will be great, but if not, then the program may not be for you.
|Coler-Goldwater Specialty Hospital||1 Main St., Roosevelt Island, NY 10044||Dr. Ralph S. Kaslick (212)318-4488||No Info|
|Dublin Dental School and Hospital||Lincoln Place, Dublin 2, Ireland||Dr. Jacinta McLaughlin (353)-1-612-7273||Yes||
Very good, observational only
Do not wear scrubs
Great and Worthwhile
|Eastman Dental Center Div of Orthodontics & TMJD||Box 683 625 Elmwood Avenue, Rochester, NY 14620||Diane Prinsen||No|
|Hackensack Medical Center||30 Prospect Ave. Rm. 1653, Hackensack, NJ 07601||Dr. Kevin Heaney (212) 998-9687||No||
Filings, pupotomy. Extractions
Patient preparation, suctioning, retraction, radiographs, instruction
|Hunterdon Developmental Center||PO Box 4003, Clinton, NJ 08809||(908) 735-4031 Ext 1078||Yes||
Worked from 8am-3pm, Monday-Friday. The staff was excellent. Performed dental cleanings, root canals, fillings, post and cores as well as a three unit bridge on the mentally and physically handicapped.
We did full mouth rehabilitations on mentally handicapped patients in the ER. The patients were under local anesthesia.
Dr. Maggio is a great clinical instructor and I learned a lot about dentistry and working with specials needs patients from him.
|Indian Health Service||801 Thompson Avenue, Suite 335, Rockville, MD 20852-1627||Dr. Tim Lozon, Timothy.Lozon@mail.ihs.gov (301) 443-0029||Yes||
Student looking for a hands-on experience then THIS is the best externship. Professional doctors and staff. Entire experience is smooth from beginning to end.
|Jersey Shore University Medical Center||1935 Route 33, Neptune, NJ 07754||Dr. Sally-Jo Placa (732) 776-4212||Yes||
Externship is hands on. It is designed to expose the third year dental student to hospital dentistry, dental practice and the benefits of completing a General Practice Residency Program.
|JFK Dental Clinic||65 James St, Edison, NJ 08820||Dr. Dan O'Brien (908) 756-3388||Yes||
Scaling on medically compromised patients, operative amalgam, and composite restorations//crown insertion, PFM insertion
|Lehigh Valley Hospital||2545 Schoenersville Rd., Bethlehem, PA 18017||Dr. Bergman (610)751-2689||No Info|
|Lutheran Medical Center||150 55th St., Brooklyn, NY 11220||Dr. Silvia Perez-Spies (718) 630-7152||Yes||
Provided cleanings, screenings, composite restorations, extractions, and assisted during endo procedures and operative
Did complex extractions
|Monmouth County Medical Center||300 Second Ave, Long Branch, NJ 07740||Dr. Michelle Ziegler (732) 923-6790||Yes||
fillings, extractions, screenings// Director was great. Specialists were very interested in giving instruction. Lots of hands on experience.
prophy on emotionally challenged children; extractions; operative procedures
I assisted too but not "mostly"- did full auxiliary duties (not radiographs-the regular assistants did that)
I wanted to stay longer but the director was going on vacation and therefore could not accomodate me (even at another time). It was kind of unorganized, but I just tried to do as much as I could and jump in while I was there.
|Morristown Memorial Hospital||100 Madison Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07962||Dr. Harriet Goldman (973) 971-4059||Yes||
prophys, treatment plans for new patients, emergency patients, operative, endo, extractions
MMH has an excellent GPR program. The attendings are very helpful.
|Mount Sinai Medical Center||43 Alton Rd., Suite 209, Miami Beach, FL 33140||Ms. Lillian Menendez (305)674-2450||No Info|
|New York Presbyterian Hospital Cornell Campus||525 East 68th St., New York, NY 10021||Dr. Marcia Rubin (212) 746-5115||No|
|North Jersey Developmental Center||PO Box 169, Minnisink Road, Totowa, NJ 07511||(973) 256-1700||Yes||
90% of the time is spent treating patients, 10% is spent reviewing important articles . Students observed 5% of the patients that were too compromised for his experience. Staff was very good. Infection control was excellent. The program director was excellent and delegated responsibilities to the student according to his perceived level of experience.
|PHS Indian Hospital||Service Unit, E. Highway 18 PO Box 1201, Pine Ridge, SD 57770-1201||CDR. Jose Rodriquez, DDS (605) 867-3229||Yes||
Greatest thing I have ever done in dental school
alot of fun, ppl there need help, fulfilling
dr. vitaletti and dr. delahante are absolutley great
Lots of hands on experience, experience a different culture, gain more confidence
Cleanings, Operative, Extraction, Pulpotomies
|St. Joseph's Hospital||703 Main St., Paterson, NJ 07503||Dr. Robert Castracane (973) 754-4225||No|
|St. Lukes Med. Ctr./ Division of Dentistry||111 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NY 10025||Josephine Kende (212) 523-3171||Yes||
hands on experience//performed extractions
improved my clinical understanding
I went into the OR to see a full mouth rehabilitation case being treating which was interesting.
I took impressions on patients and did some initial screenings. I also gave injections.
|RBHS - Rutgers School of Dental Medicine||110 Bergen St., Newark, NJ 07103-2406||Dr. Samuel Quek (973) 972-0499||No||
extractions, operative, screenings
|RBHS - Dental Center at Galloway||4 East Jimmie Leeds Road||Dr. Mary Pollard (609) 652-0501||Yes|
|RBHS - University Dental Center at Somerdale||13 Somerdale Square, Somerdale, NJ 08083||Dr. Michael Cappuccilli Telephone: (609) 566-6969||Yes|
|RBHS - University John H. Cronin Dental Center||253 Dolphin Avenue, Northfield, NJ 08225||Dr. David Bolger (609)645-5814||Yes|
|University of Kentucky||800 Rose St., Lexington, NJ 40536||Dr. Judith Skelton (859)323-6071||Yes||
emergency patients, extractions, perio surgery, radiology, ortho//even balance of assisting, observing, and hands on// Observed complex procedures.
|University of Nevada School of Medicine||1707 W. Charleston Blvd, Suite 290, Las Vegas, NV 89102||Dr. George McAlpine/ Carol Einhorn (702) 671-5134||No||
Very nice place. Attitude of staff was not so great. Residents were nice but not interested in talking to externs.
very little. Pulpotomy.
|University of Pennsylvania||4001 Spruce St., Philadelphia, PA 19140||Ms. Hazel Dean (215)823-5822||No|
|VA New York Harbor Healthcare System||423 East 23rd Street, New York, NY 10010||Dr. Kathy Udell-Martin (212) 686-7500||No||
You get to observe mostly. Faculty and residents are helpful//extractions, prep, oral diagnosis, operative procedure, impressions//endodontic pocket reduction surgery, implant restoration, took x-rays, inlay prep
basically assisted in operative, endo, perio, pros, and even implant placement. Ii also helped out an OS resident
work up a patient and extract
|Vineland Developmental Center||1676 East Landis Avenue, Vineland, NJ 08360||(609) 696-6238||Yes||
80% of the time is spent treating patients, of this, 30% is spent observing and 70% is active treatment. Most staff members are very helpful. There are two clinics a few miles apart and the student rotates through the clinics on a daily basis. Students must bring their immunization records and results of a recent physical examination when they report to work
|West Jersey Health System||1000 Atlantic, Camden, NJ 08104||Dr. John Petrone (856)246-3554||No Info|
|Woodbridge Development Center||PO Box 189, Rahway Avenue, Woodbridge, NJ 07095||Dr. Diane Krencik (732) 399-5629||Yes||
90% of the time is spent treating patients, 10% is spent reviewing important articles concerning compromised patients. Students observed 5% of the patients that were too compromised for his experience. Staff was very good. The site strictly adheres to OSHA regulations, infection control was excellent. The program director was excellent and delegated responsibilities to the student according to his perceived level of experience.
|Albert Einstein Medical Center||5501 Old York Rd. Philadelphia, PA 19141||(215)456-7104||N/A|
|Christina Hospital||4755 Ogletown Scranton Rd. Newark, DE||Robert N. Arm 302-428-6468||N/A|
|Eastman Dental Center Div of Orthodontics & TMJD||Box 683 625 Elmwood Avenue Rochester, NY 14620||Diane Prinsen||N/A|
|Flushing Hospital Medical Center||45 Ave. @ Parsons Blvd. Flushing, NY 11355||Dr. Mark Shaefer 718-670-5521||N/A|
|Hopi Health Care Center||P.O. Box 4000 Polocco, AZ 86042||Dr. Danielle Barstad 928-737-6171||N/A|
|Kings County Hospital Center||451 Clarkson Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11203||Dr. Alfred C. Joseph 718-245-4914||N/A|
|Long Island Jewish Medical Center||270-05 76th Ave. New Hyde Park, NY 10040||Dr. William Stewart 718-470-7122||N/A|
|New York Hospital Queens||56-45 Main St. Flushing, NY 11355||Dr. Burton Wasserman 718-670-1062||N/A|
|Newark Beth Israel||201 Lyons Ave. Newark, NJ 07103||Dr. David Seldin 973-921-7642||N/A|
|North Shore University Hospital||300 Community Dr. Mahasset, NY 11030||Dr. William Stewart 516-562-4525||N/A|
|NY Presbyterian Cornell Hospital||525 East 68th St. NY, NY 10021||Dr. Marcia Rubin 212-746-8400||N/A||
suction, round around and get supplies for the residents
Treatment Plans, cleanings, sealants, filings, and extractions
Exams, Treatment plans, filings, extractions, pupotomies, and stainless stell crowns.
|Sells Service Unit||Highway 86 Sells, AZ 85634||Dr. Eric Jewell 520-383-7392||N/A|
|St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center||703 Main St. Paterson, NJ 07503||Dr. Robert Castracane 973-754-4225||N/A|
|UCLA School of Dentistry||10833 Le Conte Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90095-1762||Ms. Victoria Nicholas 310-825-3241||N/A||
Went into patient room and helped take tadiographs
|Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery|
|Carle Clinic Association||602 West University Avenue, Urbana, IL 61801-2594||(217) 383-3280||Yes||The objectives are: 1) To learn the scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery. 2) To learn the education programs available in OMFS. 3) To learn the expectations of OMFS residency training. 4) To gain experience in working in a hospital setting.|
|Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery||Harkness Pavilliion 180 Fort Washington Ave. R 866, New York, NY 10032||Renee Douglass, (212) 305-7626||No||
If you are considering oral surgery - this is a pretty weak externship. I would recommend RBHS or NYU in the Northeast
Assisting residents in the operating room
|Henry Ford Hospital||2799 West Grand Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48202||Scott B. Boyd, Telephone: (313) 876-2784||Yes||Program emphasizes outpatient management of the OMS patient, and the student will be intimately involved with treatment under the direct supervision of the senior staff. Special attention will be given to the workup of patients for the operating room including those for orthognathic and reconstructive surgery. Distribution of Students' Time: 20% Inpatient Care/Rounds, 50% Outpatient Care, 10% Conference/Lectures, 20% Operating Room.|
|Los Angeles County||Dr. Joseph Anselmo, (323) 226-5051||No||
One extern per month taken. The primary objective is to provide an opportunity to observe OMS in a major teaching environment and for students to acquire clinical experience
|Mayo Clinic/Mayo Graduate School of Medicine||200 1st St. Rochester, MN 55905||Dr. James Van Ess, (507)-284-8209||Yes|
|Medical College of Wisconsin||9200 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53226||Dr. Steven R. Sewall||Yes||
This OMS externship will include: 1) exodontia 2) trauma 3) management of the hospitalized patient 4) outpatient anesthesia 5) emergency room care 6) operating room protocol and 7) major OMS procedures. The following information must be received at least (3) months prior to the anticipated rotation: 1) transcript, two letters of recommendation, CV
|Monmouth Family Health Center: Dental Dept.||300 Second Ave., Long Branch, NJ 07740||Dr. Michelle Zeigler, (732) 923-6585||Yes|
|Montefiore Medical Center||111 E. 210th St., Bronx, NY 10467||Lori O'Reily, (718) 920-5993||No||
extractions, placing implant, placing particulate bone for sinus lift, retraction/suction in OR, prepping patient, etc
average 8 or more per day at nyu at montefiore, it was hard to see patients when there were a hundred residents in two rooms
at Montefiore, they all seemed very unhappy, very resentful, and all hated what oral surgery was about
|Mount Sinai Medical Center||New York, NY||(212) 241-1705||Yes||
Patient treatment began at 7am and ended at 5pm and/or 11pm. Student was given the opportunity to perform complicated exodontia and assist in O.R. procedures. Student will attend various lectures and seminars. The clinic consists of 14 GPR residents and 10-14 OMS residents.
|NYU College of Dentistry||345 E. 24th St. #2A, New York, NY 10010||Emma Fejardo, (212) 562-3222||Yes||
extractions, placing implant, placing particulate bone for sinus lift, retraction/suction in OR, prepping patient, etc
The quality of my externship at NYU was phenomenal because they treated me like a resident and were happy when I wanted to scrub in and go on call....but at Montefiore, they all seemed very unhappy, very resentful, and all hated what oral surgery was about
assisting and observing in oral surgery is a great learning experience, especially in retraction and suction in the OR
|St. Joseph's Hospital||703 Main Street, Paterson, NJ 07503||Dr. Hillel Ephros, (973) 754-2294||Yes||
extractions, biopsy with laser, went to OR and scrubbed in for surgeries//very nice and very informational
Scrubbed in OR
Assisted in Surgery, extractions, pulpotomies/pulpectomies. Seeing Emergency Pts.
For me, I didn't like this program and I didn't apply to it. But if you are planning to specialize in Oral surgery... then it's a good program for YOU!
|St. Lukes Roosevelt Hospital||111 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NY 10025||Josephine Kende, (212)-523-3171||Yes||
It was a different experience in a hospital setting versus a school setting. The program was a little smaller (only one resident per year) and a little more laid back.
|UCLA School of Dentistry||UCLA School of Dentistry, 10833 LeConte Ave. 53-076, CHS Los Angeles, CA 90095||Dr. Victoria Nicholas, (310)-825-3241||No||
This externship does not challenge students. It is unstructures, and although the people there are nice, you can't help but feel like its a big waste of time to assist at post-op visits or for simple extractions.
|RBHS - Rutgers School of Dental Medicine||110 Bergen St., Newark, NJ 07101||Dr. Vincent Ziccardi, (973) 972-4621||No||
Extractions, I and D, watched surgery in the OR, attended Morbidity and Mortality conference, attended Maxillofacial conference, attended Tumor Board conference session.
Assisted residents with operating room cases - mandible fractures, orthognathic surgery.
Work under direction of residents and attendants. Assisted with H/P, sutured facial lacerations, assisted in surgery, performed ID on patients//extraction, biopsy, went to OR, and scrubbed in OR//they work you hard
extractions, sutures, worked up patients, observed many surgeries and assisted many procedures
|University of Illinois at Chicago||801 South Paulina St., Chicago, IL 60612-7211||Dr. May Stern, (312) 996-7493||Yes||
The externship will be an intensive one-month rotation during which the students will work in the outpatient clinics. 1) Participate in the clinical management of patients in the hospital setting. 2) Participate in facial trauma call side by side with the OMS residents to gain experience in the early management of the injured patient. 3) Be able to participate in major surgical cases performed in the operating room. 4) Attend ward round which will expose them to the management of hospitalized patients. 5) Attend resident conferences and seminars.
|University of Maryland at Baltimore||666 W. Baltimore St., Baltimore, MD 21201-1586||Dr. James Hupp, 410-706-7060||Yes||
The externs will be placed on their medical center service and function as a sub-intern in the hospital clinic, emergency rooms and operating suite. Student externs will be expected to stay on call with residents and to scrub-in on operating room cases. Externs can expect to gain an understanding of the comprehensive dental and medical management of patients with traumatic and developmental disorders, and those afflicted with cancer of the maxillofacial region. Externs will also be involved with surgical patients requiring dental implants, TMJ procedures, nerve repairs and care for odontogenic infections.
|University of Pennsylvania||3400 Spruce St., Philadelphia, PA 19140||Connie Evancio, (215) 662-6147||No||
This externship was a waste of two weeks. For the most part I observed operating room surgeries. I did get to see procedures that I had never seen before - pleomorphic adenoma removal, dentigerous cyst removal, bilateral TMJ replacement
|Vanderbilt University||1623 The Vanderbilt Clinic, Nashville, TN 37232-5225||Yes||
Students participating in this one month externship will be encouraged to participate in all didactic and clinical activities. In-house accommodations are provided during the month long externship.
|LIJ/Northshore||270-05 76th Ave., New York, NY 11412||Ms. Lynn Gilbert,718-347-3483||N/A|
|Columbia University||180 Fort Washington Ave Harkness Pavillio, Room 86, New York, NY 10032||Dr. Sidney Eisig, (212) 305-7626||N/A||
Oral Surgery outpatient treatment, and Operating Room
Extractions in the outpatient dental school clinic
If you are considering oral surgery - this is a pretty weak externship. I would recommend RBHS or NYU in the northeast.
|Emory University School of Medicine||1365B Clinfton Rd. NE, Atlanta, GA 30322||Ms. Tracey Hollingshed, 404-778-4555||N/A||Only allow to assist and observe|
|LSU Health Sciences Center||1501 Kings Hwy., Room 3-215, Shreverport, LA 71103||Dr. David Kim, 318-675-6101||N/A|
|Madigan Army Medical Center||MCDS-NI-HDC, Bldg 9040, Fizsimmends Dr. Tucana, WA 98431||Col. Karen Keith, 253-968-1230||N/A|
|NYU College of Dentistry||530 1st Ave., New Yorkk, NY 10016||Dr. Marci H. Levine, 212-263-7552||N/A||
Oral Surgery outpatient treatment, and Operating Room
|Thomas Jefferson Univ. Hospital||909 Walnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19107-5211||Ms. Mary Mays, 215-955-6215||N/A|
|University of Tennessee Medical Center||1930 Alcoa Highway, Suite 335, Knoxville, TN 37920||Kathy Murphy, 865-544-9123||N/A|
|Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center||234 E. 149th St., Bronx, New York 10451||Ms. Addie Brown, 718-579-5692||N/A|
|Montefiore Medical Center||111 E. 210th St., Bronx, NY 10467||Dr. Anthony Maganzini, Attn: Cheri Williams, (718)920-5997||No|
|Children's National Medical Center||111 Michigan Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20010||Dr. Anupama Tate, (202)-884-3559||No|
|Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery||630 W. 168th St. 3rd Floor Rm 3-450, New York, NY 10032||Dr. Kavitha Kohli/Jackie Melendez, (212) 305-7951||No||
Although I did not actually do anything at my internship it was nice to see how the school works. My externship was spoken about SEVERAL times at the interview. I feel that this school really likes to have applicants show an interest
nothing really ... suction and clean, assisted the residents doing operative procedures
|Harvard School of Dental Medicine||188 Langwood Ave, Boston, MA 02115||Dr. Maritza Morell, (617) 432-4280/(617) 355-4822||Yes||Allow students time off during June and July to complete externships. The programs seem more willing to give you hands on experiences during this time period.|
|Long Island Jewish||270-05 76th Ave, New Hyde Park, NY 11040||Ronald Kosinski (Chief of Pedo), 718-470-3111||Yes||
new p/t, x-rays, operative, ortho, prophes, sealants // I enjoyed this externship very much
|Montefiore Medical Center||111 E. 210th St., Bronx, NY 10467||Dr. Kakanantadilok/Dr. Alice Lee, (718) 920-5996||No|
|St. Christopher's Hospital for Children||Front St. at Erie Ave, Philadephia, PA 19134||Dr. A.J. Chialastri, (215) 427-5082||No||
Cleanings, screenings, and fillings
|RBHS - Rutgers School of Dental Medicine||110 Bergen St., Newark, NJ 07101||Dr. Milton Houpt, (973) 972-4622||No||
I think you almost have to do it but it was the same as any closed rotation. It did not tell you anything about the residency
I only had hands on experience here at school. I did screenings and treatment plans, cleanings, fillings, and extractions.
Other schools like Columbia and at Montefiore I was not even allowed to assist, but at the end of the week the residents felt very comfortable with me and let me assist. I help them with oprerative, pulpotomies/pulpectomies, extractions, etc.
It is something that i would recommend to other students, specially if they are undecided.
|University of Pittsburgh||366 A Salk Hall 3501 Terrace Street, Pittsburg, PA 15261||Dr. Deborah Studen-Pavlovich, (412)648-8416||No||
They were very enthusiastic to explain all the procedures. / Minimal hands on work //Assisted residents in OR and with patient care. The majority of the care was restorative or SSC/pulpotomies
|Columbia University School of Dental Surgery||630 West 168th St., New York, NY 10032||James Fine/Marlene Sanchez, (212)305-9289||No||
All periodontic assisting
|Harvard School of Dental Medicine||188 Longwood Avenue, Boston, MA 02115||Dr. Paul Levi, Jr., (617)-432-3964||No||
Assisted in guided bone regeneration surgery, CT grafts surgery, implants surgery, treatment planning, charting, root/scaling
|NYU College of Dentistry||345 E. 24th St., New York, NY 10010||Dr. Robert Schoor, (212) 998-9731||No||
suctioned, assisted with surgeries and extractions
its good to see other schools and how they differ from RSDM
|RBHS - Rutgers School of Dental Medicine||110 Bergen St., Newark, NJ 07101||Dr. Michael Deasy, (973) 972-4210||No|
|Loma Linda University School of Dentistry||11092 Anderson Street, Loma Linda, CA 92350||Dr. Guillermo Bernal, (909) 558-4606||Yes||
Externship was great experience in observing post-graduate program. Learned a great deal about implants. Literature reviews were very informative. Assisted PG in mixing cements, patient transport, suctioning, pouring up
|Montefiore Medical Center: Prosthodontics Residency Program||111 E. 210th St., Bronx, NY 10467||Yes||
I assisted residents with placing implants; I saw complex full mouth rehabilitations; precisive lab work by a CDT on the premises; and assisted whenever it was feasible.
Great program to see!
|RBHS - Rutgers School of Dental Medicine||110 Bergen St., Newark, NJ 07101||Dr. Robert Flinton, (973) 972-2192||No||
I assisted the post-grad prosthodontic students, who were doing full mouth rehabilitations.
I assisted the post-grad prosthodontic students, who were doing full mouth rehabilitations. I asked questions about the procedures that they were doing and learned new techniques for restorative dentistry.
This externship was a wonderful way to learn about what prosthodontics is all about. You do not work on patients, but you assist and observe full mouth rehabilitations on many different cases. This allows you to learn new techniques.
|University of Maryland at Baltimore||666 Baltimore St., Baltimore, MD 21201||Dr. Carl Driscoll, (410)-706-7047||No||
Good opportunity to see another pros program, however two weeks of hands off activity is very challenging to get through. even assisting was not allowed
|University of Rochester Medical Center||625 Elmwood Avenue, Rochester, NJ 14620||Dr. Carlo Ercoli, (585) 275-0805||No Info|