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  • •Small class size with positive faculty/resident ratio 

    Diverse patient population representative of expected private clinical experience

    Abundant clinical cases offers strong clinical experience

    A modern contemporary clinical site including digital imaging and storage systems

    36 month program allows residents to complete treatment on many cases they start

    36 month program allows resident research to include prospective clinical trials

    Medical Center-based program adjacent to general practice and endodontic residency programs along with multi-program conferences offers strong interdisciplinary experience

    Supplemental clinical and academic resources available from other Medical Center  departments 

    Enhanced practice management learning component prepares for private practice

    Close affiliation with the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine

    Associations with the Lancaster Cleft Palate Clinic and the Cooper University Hospital’s Regional Cleft-Craniofacial Program

    Strong alumni commitment enhances resident education

    Excellent success rate – American Board of Orthodontics

    Off-site continuing education experiences are encouraged

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    Current 3rd Year Residents with Dr. Vanessa Morenzi and Dr. Alan Borislow at the 2014 Greater Philadelphia Society of Orthodontists Annual Meeting. 3rd Year Residents: Drs. Erin Mahoney, Kathleen Pale and Justin Silvestre