The Advanced Graduate Education (AGE) program in Prosthodontics is a three-year program leading to a Master of Medical Sciences (MMSc) degree in oral biology and a certificate in prosthodontics. Trainees gain a thorough understanding of the biological sciences, clinical sciences, research methodology, and teaching.
Harvard School of Dental Medicine also offers a four-year Doctor of Medical Sciences (DMSc) degree in Prosthodontics. This option is aimed at those individuals whose primary aim is to pursue a career in academics or research. The purpose of the program is to develop highly competent prosthodontists with an extensive background in the biological sciences, clinical sciences, research methodology, and teaching.