The Department of Restorative Sciences at Texas A&M College of Dentistry is responsible for both preclinical and clinical instruction of pre-doctoral students in the disciplines of operative dentistry, fixed prosthodontics, removable prosthodontics, dental implants, dental auxiliary utilization, dental materials, dental anatomy, occlusion and professional ethics.
The department also educates postgraduate residents, offering a 36-month combined master’s degree and certificate program in advanced Prosthodontics. The program provides residents with an integrated program of advanced didactic and clinical instruction in all phases of prosthodontics. Emphasis is placed on the basic sciences as they relate to daily prosthodontic practice as well as the need for research and its appreciation. The opportunity for a combined PhD and certificate program also is available.
The Restorative Sciences Department consists of the following Divisions:
- Graduate Prosthodontics
- Comprehensive Care
- Biomaterials Science
- Undergraduate Fixed Prosthodontics
- Undergraduate Removable Prosthodontics
- Undergraduate Operative Dentistry