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Rand F. Harlow, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant Professor Director of Predoctoral Implant Education University of Illinois at Chicago Biographical Sketch Dr. Rand F. Harlow is the Director of Predoctoral Implant Education at the University Of Illinois College Of Dentistry. He has had experience with the placement and restoration of dental implants since 1992. Dr. Harlow is a UIC College of Dentistry Alumnus, having been associated with the college for approximately 20 years. He received his D.D.S in 1992, and subsequently completed a General Practice Residency Program at the West Side Veterans Administration Medical Center, followed by a residency in Geriatric Dentistry at the same location. He then completed the Advanced Program in Prosthodontics at UIC in 1997.

Dr. Harlow joined the faculty of the department of restorative dentistry in 1997. From 1997-2006, he worked as a clinical instructor, was one of six original Group Practice Managers for the newly designed UIC Predoctoral dental clinics and curriculum, was the Head of the Central Dental Laboratory and was Course Director for the junior and senior restorative dentistry clinics.

Dr. Harlow is currently the Director of Predoctoral Implant Education. In this role, he is the course director for the preclinical didactic course in dental implants, as well as coordinator for the Predoctoral Implant Clinic where dental students provide implant therapy for single tooth and overdenture patients. He has also lectured to local and national organizations on dental implantology. He has maintained a referral based private practice at the College in the Faculty Dental Practice for the past 15 years.
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