Center for Implant Dentistry Fellowship

Available to U.S. and Foreign Dental Graduates

Course Description

The Center for Implant Dentistry offers a one year fellowship program through the University of Florida’s Continuing Education Department. The fellowship is directed towards specialists in the field of dentistry that want to build upon the foundation of implant dentistry that was established in their respected specialty training programs. This fellowship is not available for the general practitioner. The program requires participation in the clinical sessions located in the Center for Implant Dentistry on Mondays – Fridays as well as scheduled didactic sessions with the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Prosthodontic Residents.

During the program, fellows will have the opportunity to participate in the daily implant center clinical practice activities including; consultations, treatment planning, surgical and restorative procedures in addition to limited laboratory including template and provisional fabrication. When patients are treated in an operating room setting (hospital), fellows will have the opportunity to observe OMFS faculty and residents as well as accompany the residents on hospital rounds.

This one year fellowship consists of a five day / week commitment that involves clinical and didactic sessions related to Dental Implantology (restorative and surgical aspects).

Program Details

This course is twelve months (1year) in length, beginning July 1 and ending on June 30. The tuition is $35,000.00 per year, made up of four non-refundable quarterly payments of $8,750.00. In addition, you may need to purchase a laptop (College’s choice), scrubs, and certain textbooks. Details will be provided upon acceptance.

Upon completion of the fellowship, 1200 CEU’s and a certificate of completion from the Office of Continuing Education is awarded.

Completion of the Continuing Education Fellowship Program is an educational goal in itself, and in no way insures acceptance to a Postgraduate Residency Program. Although many resources will be provided by the selected Department, this is a Continuing Education program and is not listed on the University of Florida Registrar’s records.

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this fellowship, participants should be able to:

  • Provide a comprehensive implant consultation including: diagnosis, examination (intra- and extra-) and data collection. Record legible progress notes and generate a comprehensive restorative and surgical treatment plan.
  • Understand the communication between other specialists and technicians in the overall rehabilitation of patients with dental needs.
  • Be able to setup and capture high quality dental photography and videography.
  • Be able to create a high quality topic-based presentation and deliver it to an audience.
  • Perform Straightforward and Advanced surgical procedures as highlighted by the ITI SAC Publication, 2007.
  • Perform Straightforward, Advanced and Complex restorative procedures as highlighted by the ITI SAC Publication, 2007.
  • Be able to troubleshoot complications as they relate to patients that report to the CID with treatment performed elsewhere.


William Martin, DMD, MS, FACP
Director, Clinical Professor
Diplomate, American Board of Prosthodontics

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UF College of Dentistry
1395 Center Drive
Gainesville, FL 32610


Monday – Friday – 8:00 AM – 5:00PM (Excluding University Holidays)
CE Units- 1200 Contact Hours – Lecture/Participation
Hands-On Workshop
Registration Fee- $35,000

Application Process

* Application deadline January 31st, all applications must be submitted online.

Applicants must submit the following documentation:

  1. Application
  2. Curriculum vitae
  3. Two letters of recommendation
  4. TOEFL scores (Test of English as a Foreign Language); the minimum acceptable score is 550 for the paper exam or 80 for the computer exam. Upon acceptance you will be required to send an original.
  5. Financial Guarantee (Government Sponsored)

Upon acceptance, Non-US residents requiring a visa must submit all required documentation, including proof of sufficient funds to support the cost of fees and living expenses (Student $1,500/month; Spouse $1,000/month; Per Child $500/month; plus tuition and fees).

Application, application fee and all required documents must be received on or before January 31st to be considered.

  • Fees (all fees are non-refundable):
  • Application Fee $50.00 (due with application)
  • Processing Fee $300.00 (due upon acceptance)

Notice to all applicants: Acceptance into any program is contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background check and obtaining the appropriate visa if you are a non-US citizen.

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