This course is divided into five modules. The first, operative and esthetic dentistry, reviews basic principles of cavity preparation and restorative materials and relates these principles to more advanced and complex applications. Several basic and advanced esthetic dentistry procedures are also presented. A second module, fixed prosthodontics, in addition to providing a review of the principles of this discipline, includes presentations on cad-cam and laser technology, advanced techniques for the construction of provisional restorations, use of attachments in all fixed and combination fixed and removable prosthesis, and occlusal and esthetic concepts. The third module, removable prosthodontics, is a continuation of the second-year course on removable partial prosthesis. Clinically relevant topics from the fitting of the prosthesis framework through insertion and post insertion care of the prosthesis are presented. In addition, predoctoral students are exposed to the concepts and techniques related to tooth supported complete dentures and the crown and sleeve coping prosthesis in this module. The fourth module, implant dentistry, will present an approach to the biological and scientific basis for implantology, patient evaluation including diagnosis, treatment planning, and implant selection, implant surgery and post- surgical care, implant prosthodontics procedures, and maintenance protocols. The fifth module will present the student with advanced clinical cases focused on restorative dentistry.