Community Based Programs

Hialeah Dental Center The University of Florida’s Hialeah Dental Clinic AEGD affords residents the privilege of serving underserved urban populations while, at the same time, gaining valuable educational and clinical experience under appropriate supervision with real patients. The objective of the program is to provide advanced training in clinical dentistry and the applied basic sciences beyond the level of pre-doctoral education. Dental residents provide a complete range of dental and oral health services for adults and children under faculty supervision.

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NCEF Pediatric Dental Center The NCEF Pediatric Dental Center provides specialized, comprehensive dental care to children in Southwest Florida. The center represents an innovative collaboration between the Naples Children and Education Foundation, the University of Florida College of Dentistry and Florida SouthWestern State College (Collier Campus). The two-year pediatric dentistry residency training program is a satellite program of the UFCD pediatric dentistry residency training program in Gainesville. Dental care is provided by pediatric dental residents under faculty supervision.

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St. Pete Dental Center Our 12-month AEGD certificate program in St. Pete is designed to provide advanced clinical and didactic training in all disciplines of general dentistry beyond the training received in dental school. Patient treatment is frequently complex and challenging, with multiple opportunities for experience in dental implants, periodontal surgery, advanced prosthetics, oral surgery, and orthodontics. Practice management is an integral part of the program. Dental residents provide a complete range of dental and oral health services for adults and children under faculty supervision.

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Nearly all patients seen at our four UF College of Dentistry clinics, and through the UF Statewide Network for Community Oral Health, live at or below 200% of the federal poverty level.