International Dentist Preceptorship

Program Information

  • Length: 1-3 months
  • Tuition:
    • $ 8,925 for 30 days
    • $ 13,350 for 60 days
    • $ 17,775 for 90 days
  • Non-course day Schedule: Monday through Saturday 7:30 am – 5 pm
  • Number of positions: 2 Per Period
  • Director: Richard G. Stevenson III, DDS, FAGD, FACD, ABOD

Graduate Benefits

Upon successful conclusion of the program, Preceptors will receive

  • a graduation certificate from Stevenson Dental Solutions,
  • CE credit hours for all ADA/CERP approved courses taken during the 30–90-day program,
  • a written letter or evaluation and a possible recommendation letter depending on performance.

The program’s mission is to provide International Dentists with an enhanced profile with increased competitive stature for admission into the 2-year DDS/DMD Program.

Training Structure

The intensive program is to provide internationally-trained dentists with simulated clinical training in restorative dentistry. Excellence in dentistry is at the core of our teaching values and commitment to you.

The Preceptorship starts with a 7-day intensive training program focusing on ideal typodont preparations and restorations. Then the Preceptor will further enhance his/her skill set by working on assignments, conducting research, anticipating Clinical Procedures, including implant and esthetic dentistry, while observing and assisting Dr. Stevenson during live patient care.

Each Preceptor will have 24/7 access to the teaching center and lab for practice and for completing projects.

Curriculum Content

Our program provides acceptable candidates with a highly structured and intense curriculum in general dentistry featuring numerous manikin-based typodont exercises, chairside observation and assisting, and detailed training in the following areas: CAD/CAM dentistry, including scanning, design, milling, and finishing ceramic restorations; 3D printing of appliances, provisionals, and guides; digital photography; ideal preparation design; rubber dam application; local anesthesia techniques; occlusal analysis, face bow mounting, articulator use; digital smile design; advanced diagnosis and treatment planning, and a possible poster presentation which may be given at a major dental meeting.

How to apply

Not all applicants can be accommodated. Please complete the following to the best of your ability and click to submit the application.

  1. Cover letter introducing yourself and why you wish to enter the program
  2. Current Curriculum Vitae
  3. Letter of Recommendation from an employer or educator

We will schedule an Online interview via Google Meet upon reviewing the above.