- Short Courses
- Tufts Dental Mini-Residency Programs
- TUSDM Global Academy
- TUSDM Executive Academy
- TUSDM Academy for Heath Care Educators
- Interprofessional Pain and Headache Rounds [Virtual]
- Case Studies in Orofacial Pain and Headache Series [Virtual]
- Controlled Risk Mitigation Education Modules [Self-Study]
- Conference Services and Room Rentals
Implant Dentistry Program
Tufts University School of Dental Medicine offers a new two-year Certificate program in Implant Dentistry. This advanced graduate level program will include all important aspects of implant dentistry: diagnosis and treatment planning, implant surgery, implant prosthodontics, long-term maintenance as well as prevention and management of implant complications. At the end of the two-year program, the resident is expected to be competent in comprehensive treatment planning, straightforward to advanced implant surgical procedures including localized bone augmentation, and the restoration as well as the after care of simple and advanced cases involving dental implants. The program is supported by relevant didactic courses, seminars, and workshops.
- Become proficient in the areas of diagnosis and comprehensive treatment planning for patients, who are candidates for dental implants.
- Develop proficiency in the surgical and restorative treatment phases of straightforward implant indications, including after care.
- Become experienced with digital workflows in implant dentistry.
- Develop familiarity with interdisciplinary treatment approaches for patients with advanced to complex indications.
- Observe and assist during advanced and complex surgical procedures.
- Build on the experience gained in the first year of the residency.
- Develop clinical proficiency in the surgical and restorative treatment phases of more advanced implant cases.
- Become experienced in collaborating with specialty disciplines at TUSDM in the management of advanced or complex implant indications.
- Gain experience in the diagnoses and treatment of complications with implants and implant supported prostheses including emergencies.
Master’s of Science Program:
A Master of Science degree may be pursued in addition to the Certificate Program upon approval by the program director and the Graduate Studies Committee and is contingent upon the student’s academic performance during the first year of study. Successful completion of a Certificate in Implant Dentistry plus a Master of Science degree will require a three-year commitment.
Required Advanced Graduate Level Courses:
- Oral Medicine
- Bone Biology
- Postgraduate Head and Neck Anatomy
- Oral Pathology
- Implant Dentistry A-Z
- Treatment Planning Seminars
- Clinical Casework Review
- Hands-On Training Sessions
Dr. Ekaterini Antonellou (email@example.com)
- Surgical: Designated Faculty, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
- Restorative: Designated Faculty, Department of Prosthodontics
Chairs of the Departments of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Periodontology, and Prosthodontics
|Implant Dentistry Program||First Year||Second Year||
(only if completing Master's as well)
|Master's Tuition (if applicable)*||$23,528||$23,528||$23,528|
|Health Administrative Fee||$250||$250||$250|
|Disability Insurance Fee||$77||$51||$51|
|Clinic Gown Fee||$1,920||$1,920||$1,920|
|Total Billed Costs||$100,215 (plus $23,528 if completing Master's as well)||$100,189 (plus $23,528 if completing Master's as well)||$123,717|
|Total Cost of Education*||$135,015 (plus $23,528 if completing Master's as well)||$134,989 (plus $23,528 if completing Master's as well)||$158,517|
* Students enrolled in Implant Certificate only program are enrolled for 2 years; Students enrolled in Joint Implant Certificate and Master's Program are enrolled for 3 years and are charged certificate tuition plus the Master's surcharge.
NOTE: Students must have health insurance by enrolling in the school's plan or another comparable plan. Students may also be responsible for cost pertaining to course materials and equipment as deemed appropriate by the Program Director.