Minnesota’s newest Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) Residency Program
Twin Cities-based Apple Tree Dental’s AEGD residency program operates in collaboration with NYU Langone Health to offer this accredited AEGD program giving two residents a one-year training opportunity at Apple Tree’s Mounds View Center for Dental Health. Through this program, residents gain unique experiences working with a large team of clinicians dedicated to serving patients with a broad spectrum of needs. In addition to general dentistry, residents also experience Mounds View Center’s Advanced Dentistry Clinic where IV sedation procedures are provided in collaboration with nurse anesthetists.
Under the direction of Dr. Teresa Johnson and Dr. Erin Guttormson, residents see a wide variety of patients of all ages, including those with special health care needs and access to care challenges. They will gain experience in all aspects of general dentistry, including restorative, fixed and removal prosthodontics, implant restoration, endodontics (including molars), and oral surgery (including third molar extractions). They will also treat patients under IV sedation in conjunction with faculty members. Individualized mentoring is provided by experienced, knowledgeable, and enthusiastic faculty dentists. This program also includes a strong didactic component developed by NYU Langone Health.
If you are looking for a future dental residency opportunity, please consider applying for Apple Tree Dental’s new Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) residency program, located in the beautiful Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, now the 16th largest Metropolitan Area in the United States.
Graduates of this program become more confident practitioners with bright futures in private practice, community clinics, and public health settings, or may go on to specialty training or to careers in academic dentistry.
For more information about the program, visit http://www.lmcdental.org/programs/mn/apple-tree-dental/aegd or contact Dr. Guttormson.