The 4-year Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Residency Program is an accredited, advanced dental specialty program designed to prepare residents for practice and consultation in oral and maxillofacial surgery (OMFS), possible subspecialty training, and academic leadership within the specialty.
Prerequisites for the OMFS Residency Program are as follows:
- Candidate must have dental degree from a United States and/or Canadian dental school.
- Candidate must be a US Citizen or permanent resident.
- Foreign graduate must have spent at least his or her third and fourth years of dental school in the United States and/or Canadian ADA-accredited school or currently have a Pennsylvania dental license (State Board of Dentistry, 33.102, Pennsylvania Code).
- Candidate must have successfully completed National Board Exam Part I as well as the NBME CBSE before applying. Subsequently, the candidate must pass the National Board Exam Part II.
Applicants should refer to the ADEA PASS website and click on OMFS for program details and application requirements.