Residency Program

The two-year pediatric dentistry residency program, started after graduation from dental school, immerses dentists in scientific study and clinical experience. The trainee learns advanced diagnostic and surgical procedures, along with child psychology and clinical management, oral pathology, child-related pharmacology, radiology, child development, management of oral/facial trauma, care for patients with special needs, conscious sedation and general anesthesia.

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University of Louisville Pediatric Dental Residency Program

Pediatric Dental Residency Program
UL School of Dentistry
501 South Preston Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
Phone: 502-852-8000
Fax: 502-852-4388
Email: ann.greenwell@louisville.edu

Program Length and Number of Positions

24 months, 4 positions

Program Type

Dental School based program

Application

All applications must come through PASS. No additional information is required by the program.

Description

The UL Pediatric Dental Residency Program has a strong clinical foundation. Residents see patients with a wide variety of special healthcare needs and medical conditions. We work in Out Patient Surgery in the only pediatric hospital in the state. This is where the residents do rotations as well. There is a research component within the UL research infrastructure. Our residents graduate as very capable, competent pediatric dentists.

Curriculum

All of the residents study:
Microbiology
Immunology
Pharmacology
Anatomy
Biostatistics
Oral Medicine and Diagnosis
Research Methods
Pathology
Genetics
Rotations:
5 weeks in Anesthesia at Norton Children's Hospital
2 weeks in the Sedation Clinic at Norton Children's
2 weeks in the ED at Norton Children's Hospital

Program Stipend and Tuition

Stipend - $40,000 per year
No tuition, there is a Program Fee of $7,000
Benefits include medical insurance, free parking, free meals

Facilities

We are in the UL School of Dentistry 14 chair clinic and residents rotate to a suburban clinic with 7 chairs

Admission Requirements

Applicants for the 3 GME resident positions:
Must have dental degree from CODA approved school
Must be US citizen or permanent resident
Have taken National Board
Applicant for our 1 International resident position must:
Have a dental degree
Have taken National Board

Program Strengths

Strong clinical program with OR time 4 days per week.
Ample clinical space and resources.

Program Faculty

Ann Greenwell, DMD, MSD*
Liliana Rozo, DDS*
Katerina Kavvadia, DDS, MSc, PhD*
Priscilla Bond, DDS*
Hector Martinez, DDS
Alfonso Pozas, DDS

* Board Certified



School Profile

Program Type: University-based
Program Director: Full-Time
Board Certified
Program Faculty: 5 Full-Time
1 Part-Time
4 Board Certified
Program Length: 24 Total Months
July 1 Start Date
Program Accreditation: Approved
State Licensure: Required
Restricted License Available
Number of Entering Positions: 4
Tuition In-State: 7,000 First Year
7,000 Second Year
Tuition Out-Of-State: 7,000 First Year
7,000 Second Year
Salary/Stipend: 40,000 First Year
40,000 Second Year
Application: September 1 Deadline
Participant in National
Matching Service:
Yes
Participant in PASS: Yes
Only US citizens from ADA
accredited dental schools
considered:
No
US citizens from foreign dental
schools considered:
Yes
Non-US citizens from ADA
accredited dental schools
considered:
Yes
Non-US citizens from foreign
dental schools considered:
Yes
Acceptance Applicant Ratio: 140:3
Clinic Experience: Orthodontics
Conscious Sedation
Hospital Rotations
General Anesthesia
Emergency Call
Operating Room
Oral Surgery
Infant Oral Health
Medically Compromised
Mentally Disabled
Craniofacial Disorders
Physically Disabled
Community Clinics
Outreach
Public Health
Minimal and Moderate Sedations
Special Health Care Needs
Behavior Guidance
Didactic Experience: Seminars
Literature Review
Courses
Case Conferences
Lectures
Research Requirement: Thesis
Data Collection Project
Teaching Experience:
Facilities: 14 Chair/Operatories
2 Clinic Receptionist
4 Dental Assistants
0 Dental Hygienists