Resident Provided Care

Advanced Programs
After obtaining their dental license, dental school graduates may be selected to participate in an advanced/residency program in which they gain additional education and experience in a specialty or general dentistry. The four graduate programs at the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry are Advanced Education in General Dentistry, Graduate Orthodontics, Graduate Periodontics, and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

Advanced Education in General Dentistry (Click Here)
Residents in the Advanced Education in General Dentistry [AEGD] program obtain advanced experience and education in general dentistry. Individuals interested in becoming a patient in the program must be evaluated to determine if they are an appropriate dental case for a resident. The AEGD clinic is located on the third floor of the College of Dentistry.
Contact us: 405-271-5222.

Graduate Orthodontics (Click Here)
Students in the Graduate Orthodontics program provide orthodontic care using braces and, in some cases, surgery when correcting tooth and jaw positioning. Individuals interested in becoming a patient must be evaluated to determine if they are appropriate for the program. Graduate Orthodontics is located on the fourth floor of the College of Dentistry.
Contact us: 405-271-6969

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Residents in the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery [OMS] program obtain advanced education and skills in surgical techniques related to the head and neck area. A prospective patient must have a consultation with one of the residents or Oral Surgeons to determine if he or she is appropriate to receive care through the program. Extractions (removal of teeth) are also provided in this clinic by dental students and residents. The OMS clinic is located on the second floor of the College of Dentistry.
Contact us: 405-271-4079, press option #1 to schedule. 

Graduate Periodontics
Students in the Graduate Periodontics program learn advanced techniques in treating periodontal disease (gum disease). Individuals interested in becoming a patient must be evaluated to determine if they are appropriate for the program. Graduate Periodontics is located on the second floor of the College of Dentistry.
Contact us: 405-271-7020.