If you would like to send an opportunity to our graduating DMD students, please fill out the following form with as much information as possible. If you are interested in hiring graduating dentists from our advanced education and residency specialty programs, please see the information below.
More than 150 dental students and residents graduate from the UF College of Dentistry each May. About half of the graduating students enter private general practices in Florida as an associate. The remaining members of the class enter specialty residency programs, the military or general practice residencies.
Please send your available positions or opportunities for our graduating Gator Dentists with as much information as possible.
Hiring UF College of Dentistry Residents and Specialists
Graduating residents and specialists want to know the following information, at minimum, so please indicate the below within your email inquiry to Dr. Roberta Pileggi, Associate Dean for Advanced and Graduate Education.
Each year we graduate dentists from our AEGD programs in Hialeah and St. Pete, as well as specialists in endodontics, operative and esthetic dentistry, oral and maxillofacial pathology, oral and maxillofacial radiology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, orthodontics, pediatric dentistry, periodontics and prosthodontics.
- Your practice configuration – name, website, location, building, type of practice, number of operatories, how long you have been in practice.
- Your treatment and patient mix – the type of treatment you provide and types of patients you have in your practice. Your level of participation in contract dental programs, dental insurance and fee-for-service dentistry.
- Your staff – the number of staff and their function within your office and years of experience in your office.
- Your practice background – how long you have been in practice, where you went to dental school, and something about your personal and professional experiences.
- The opportunity you are offering or would like to discuss with the graduating resident; e.g., a simple employee position, some type of ownership, and the timing of that transition. If you are interested in selling a practice, some professional evaluation of the practice should be available for the prospective buyer to review.