The resident will attend a course
in basic medical sciences, advanced fixed prosthodontics, removable
denture prosthodontics, maxillo-facial and implant prosthodontics.
At the end of the training, a resident will:
have had a scientific foundation for clinical and technical skill;
be proficient in diagnosis, planning and treatment of patients with prosthodontic problems;
be proficient in laboratory skills sufficient to evaluate technical work, communicate with technicians and be able to train others in these skills;
be effectively interfaced with other specialties and disciplines in the care of patients requiring interdisciplinary therapy; and
be able to conduct independent research.