Albert Einstein Medical Center
Albert Einstein Medical Center's orthodontic residency program is committed to its mission of providing unparalleled orthodontic education in a compassionate, professional and friendly environment. The program faculty is composed of individuals who are recognized for clinical, teaching and research expertise. The faculty and support staff of enthusiastic, innovative and highly dedicated professionals are devoted to resident education and quality patient care. The camaraderie present further encourages the development of knowledge and expertise. An important attribute of the program is the very positive faculty student ratio.
Albert Einstein Medical Center is truly a wonderful place to further one’s education. It is an inclusive academic medical center that respects and supports the educational mission of our program.
|Program Length||36 months|
|Program Start Date||July 1|
Required Standardized Tests
No standardized tests are required for this program.
- Requires supplemental fee
International Student Eligibility
Applicants Without U.S. Dental Degrees: May be Considered
Eligible Citizenship Types:
- US Citizen, US Permanent Resident
- Non-US Citizen/Resident (need sponsorship)
Wednesday, October 11, 2023
A passing grade on the NBDE Part I is required for application and Part II for matriculation into the program. If taken, INBDE must be passed for matriculation.
International applicants must also submit the following:
- Official TOEFL scores
- Evaluation of non-US dental degree by approved credentialing service