UVM Medical Center dental team cleaning patient's teeth.
Our CODA-accredited GPR is a one-year dental program at the University of Vermont Medical Center that prepares dentists for general practice by exposure to comprehensive and medically compromised patient care.

Dental Residency Program Snapshot

Five dental residents perform comprehensive dental care in our dental clinic, using the latest dental materials and techniques. Residents have exposure to complex oral surgery cases performed in the operating room. Taking emergency calls allows dental residents to become proficient in treating any dental emergency. While here, residents have the opportunity to interact with general dentists and specialists in the community by working on cases together and through attending dental meetings and lectures.

One proud fact of our dental residency program is that approximately one half of former dental residents have stayed, and are now practicing in Vermont. The training dental residents receive from The University of Vermont and UVM Medical Center allows them to leave here confident and better prepared to treat their dental patients in private practice or to excel in a specialty training program.

Dental Residency Program

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