Skip to content Skip to navigation

Dental Preceptorship Programs (DPP)

Dental preceptorship programs (DPP) are fellowship or non-degree/non-accredited certificate-granting programs at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry. Participants of these programs are identified as "Dental Preceptor Students."

Programs

Computerized Dentistry
Academic work | Clinical work | Technology training
Advanced didactic education and clinical experience in the emerging field of digital and CAD/CAM technology while providing comprehensive dental treatment in a general dentistry clinical environment.

Periodontics
Academic work | Clinical work
An in-depth experience in the realm of periodontology and periodontics, involving clinical, didactic and research training.

Prosthodontics
Academic work | Clinical observation
Comprehensive academic exposure and experience to meet the changing needs of a diverse patient population, enhancing knowledge and skills in the area of prosthodontics and implant dentistry.

Restorative Dentistry
Academic work | Clinical work
Enhance fundamental restorative principles and to correlate oral sciences with clinical decision making and patient treatment.

Important forms and resources