Our General Practice Residency program, directed by Edward Mitnitsky, DDS, is dedicated to ensuring that residents get the best possible experience that will enable them to provide oral healthcare not only to the general public but also to patients who are medically compromised or have special needs—and to gain that experience in hospital settings, in private offices, or in public health clinics.
With oral health and systemic health so vitally connected, general dentists are expected to serve as important members of the health care team.
Part of the General Practice Residency program’s mission is to provide oral health care to underserved individuals, whether they be medically indigent or medically complex, and to those who may find it difficult to receive care in their private community.
Learn about the General Practice Residency Graduate Program at the CU School of Dental Medicine
Learn about the goals and objectives of the General Practice Residency Program
Learn about the six clinical rotations students will be exposed to as part of the General Practice Residency Program
Learn about the admission criteria and requirements for the General Practice Residency Program
Learn about the application deadlines and contact information for the General Practice Residency Program
Benefits and insurance for residents and their dependents
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