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NEW YORK UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY, CED
345 East 24th St.
NY, NY 10010-4086

The Course Curriculum is structured to educate and motivate you and at the same time keep you up-to-date with changes in the dynamic Dental Industry.
Professionals know it is imperative to elevate their standards and goals by keeping themselves thoroughly informed about the latest advances in their profession.
Upon completing this Course, you will be re-motivated, gain a greater level of confidence, communicate more effectively, and become an integral part of the dental team.
The Course consists of eighteen sessions given in New York City, taken one weekend per month, which include anatomy, physiology, and hands-on practical maxillary-mandibular reconstruction cases.
Pre-positioned maxillary-mandibular casts and dies prepared for mounting on an Arcon Articulator with a mechanical incisal platform, provide the functions for reconstruction.
Determined condylar and anterior angles are programmed to waxed platforms with cusp cones to the function of the articulator.  Cusp analysis and waxed buccal-lingual cusp cones are placed to determine the height in lateral protrusive relationships.  Cusp ridges are formed and finally, puddled-in to define secondary anatomy.
Audiovisual with lectures simplifies the overall concept of learning.  After posterior occlusion has been established, you are taught how to develop anterior guidance for posterior disclusion.
Upon completion of the course, you need to appear before the Board of Examiners of A.S.M.D.T.  Once you have met the requirements set forth by the Board, you will be awarded the prestigious MASTER DENTAL TECHNOLOGIST Certificate.
The Course is complete with manuals, models, semi-adjustable articulator, instruments and all supplies.  Our Course is extremely comprehensive with substantial hands-on experience and lectures by leaders in the field of dentistry.
Upon course completion, you receive 150 hours of CDT Credits and 120 hours of Homework Credits.
In addition, following the Master Level, members may pursue Fellowship Level status.
Courses are also available in St. Petersburg, Florida, Southern California, Las Vegas, Nevada, and Tulsa, Oklahoma.
A minimum of twenty registrants is necessary to begin a Course in any of our locations.
New York City tuition is $7,500.00.
For more information please call us at (718) 746-8355.
 
PROCEDURE FOR NEW YORK CITY APPLICATION:
1. Complete Application and attach passport-size color photograph of yourself.
2.  Attach deposit in a $500.00 Check payable to ASMDP (American Society of Master
Dental Prosthologists) to this form.
3.  Mail Check and Form in envelope.  You will be notified confirming your space in class and a schedule of classes as soon as possible.
Note:   $500.00 deposit is required to reserve your space in the class.  Registration is on a
first come / first served basis and only with a deposit.

Ms. Sue Heppenheimer, Executive Director of A.S.M.D.T., is the New York City and Northeastern Coordinator of the On-Site Course.

Mr. Vincent V. Alleluia
146-21 13th Ave.
Whitestone, NY 11357
718-746-8355 Fax: 718-8355
Email: valleluia@nyc.rr.com

Ms. Sue Heppenheimer
73-01  263rd  Street
Glen Oaks, NY  11004
(718) 347-1239  fax:  (718) 347-3113
Email:   ASMDT1@AOL.COM
If you wish to register for the New York City On-Site Course, please complete the printable form and mail it with the required attachments.
Individuals interested in registering for the On-Site Course other than New York City, should fill out the printable form and contact our:
  
Midwest Region and Canada Coordinator:
Mr. Milko Lamos, M.D.T
519-738-2260 Cell: 519-980-3395

Florida and Southeast Region Coordinator:
Mr. Robert Jackson, M.D.T., T.F.
6399  142nd Avenue N.
Suite #112
Clearwater, FL  33760
Fax   (727) 535-8376  Cell:  (727) 415-9864
EMAIL:  robert.jacksonmdt@verizon.net
 
 
The American Society of Master Dental Prosthologists is committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its relations with its faculty, students, and staff members, without regard to age, citizenship status, color, disability, marital or parental status, national origin, race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation.  This includes, but is not limited to, recruitment, hiring or appointment, selection for training, layoff, promotion, rates of pay and other forms of compensation, and participation in ASMDP-sponsored educational, social, and recreational programs.

It is ASMDP’s firm policy, in accordance with the requirements of Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 and implementing federal regulations, not to discriminate on the basis of sex, including employment by ASMDP and admission to the Programs/Courses.  Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is similar in its prohibition of discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin.