General Practice Residency
Welcome to Ohio State’s General Practice Residency Program
The General Practice Residency is a one-year program with an optional second year, designed to provide experience in hospital dentistry and management of medically compromised, disabled and elderly patients. You will gain extensive experience in all phases of general dentistry, including outpatient dental treatment with intravenous sedation in the College of Dentistry clinics and inpatient care in the operating room under general anesthesia at the Wexner Medical Center.
At a Glance
Certificate/degree: Certificate only
Students accepted each year: 9
Length of program: 12 months for general program; 24 months for a specialized area (chief resident)
Deadline for application: October 1, 2016
PASS application: yes
International students accepted: no internationally trained dentists, US or Canadian citizenship required
Fully accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation as a General Practice Residency.