Division of Prosthodontics
Department of Restorative Sciences
Dentistry and Certificate in Prosthodontics, MSD, University of Washington Graduate Dental Education, 1976-1978
Dentistry, Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS), University of Nebraska College of Dentistry, 1969-1973
9-176 Moos Tower
515 Delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Dr. Schulte is an Associate Professor and a Co-Director of Graduate Prosthodontics within the department of Restorative Sciences. He has authored publications in the fields of occlusion, TMD disorders and dental implants. His current research interests are the identification of physical factors which determine long term dental implant survival.
Dr. Schulte is very active in continuing dental education. He has presented numerous programs locally, nationally and internationally. The most satisfying aspect of his career has been the experience of watching his students learn and mature into fine clinicians.
Current course responsibilities in undergraduate and graduate education, University of Minnesota School of Dentistry:
Co-Director of Graduate Prosthodontics
Current Literature Review
Grad Pros Treatment Planning Seminar
Advanced Technical Restorative Dentistry
Advantage Clinical Prosthodontics
Schulte, JK: Manufacturing Tolerances of the External Hex of Six Implant Systems. Implant Dentistry 3:51-53, 1994.
Schulte, JK and Coffey J: Comparison of Screw Retention of Nine Abutment Systems. Implant Dentistry, Vol. 6, 1997.