Dental Residency Programs
Interfaith Medical Center’s General Practice & Pediatric Residency Programs are located in the ethnically diverse and historic Brooklyn neighborhood of Crown Heights. Interfaith Medical Center is a multi-site community teaching health care system with 287 beds and 9 ambulatory clinics serving over 250,000 patients in Central Brooklyn.
The Department of Dental Medicine, which has been in existence for over 50 years, offers a full spectrum of dental services including: Preventative, Restorative, Fixed/Removable Prosthodontics, Pediatric Dentistry, Orthodontics, Periodontics, Endodontics, Oral Surgery, Implant Dentistry, Special Care Dentistry and Dental Anesthesiology.
Our modern facility is a seven chair dental center with state-of-the-art ICAT and digital imaging systems. The General Practice & Pediatric Residency Programs are designed to provide training beyond the pre-doctoral level.
Our education model is based on the concept that oral health is an integral and interactive part of one’s total health. The program will expand the scope and the depth of the resident’s knowledge and clinical skill set enabling them to provide comprehensive oral care to a diverse population group. From daily didactic lectures and journal reviews to in-depth instruction on diagnosis, treatment planning and comprehensive care, residents complete the program with a solid foundation and confidence.
General Dental Residency Pediatric Dental Residency
Dr. David J. Miller, DDS, FACD, FICD – Chairman Department of Dental Medicine
Dr. David J. Miller received his dental degree (DDS) from Georgetown University School of Dentistry. He did a General Practice residency Program at Woodhull Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY. He was the Director of Department of Dental Medicine and General Practice Residency Programs (12 & 24 month) at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center (2009-2014) and the Director General Practice Residency Programs (12 & 24 month) Department of Dental Medicine at Catholic Medical Centers of Brooklyn & Queens (1985 – 2009).