Implantology Fellowship Program

The Boston University Implant fellowship programs are well-structured, unbiased training programs in both the surgical and restorative aspects of implant dentistry. Fellows completing these programs will have a good understanding of the biology necessary to successfully place and maintain dental implants, address complications both in the surgical and restorative arenas, and provide their patients with comprehensive treatments. The 12-month program is specifically designed to improve fellows’ surgical skills through flap design, bone grafting, soft-tissue grafting techniques, and socket-preservation procedures. The 24-month program is geared towards more advanced surgical procedures as well as restorations of implants. Both programs will offer integration of digital dentistry with single-unit cases to complex fully edentulous cases. The programs offer comprehensive knowledge and hands-on experience from virtual treatment planning, digital surgical guide design and fabrication, 3D printed/milled immediate temporization, to final prosthesis.

DDS or DMD from Accredited School
Year 1
OB 763 Basic Processes in Oral Biology
OS 831 Head and Neck Anatomy
PE 823 Periodontal Therapy I
PE 817 Grand Rounds
PR 844 Implantology Literature Review
PR 845 Implantology Literature Review Topics
PR 846 Implantology Case Presentation
PE 827 Applied Dental Pharmacology
PR 849 Introduction to Dental Implant Restoration
PR 807 Patient Presentation
PE 914 Clinical Implantology
PE 855 Advanced Surgical Topics
Year 2
PE 818 Grand Rounds
PR 847 Implant Case Presentation
PR 808 Patient Presentation
PE 856 Advanced Surgical Topics
PE 915 Clinical Implantology