This clinically based course encompasses all clinical patient care provided by dental students under direct supervision in all areas of dentistry.
up to 732 Clinical Hours.
This course integrates concepts and procedures related to endodontics, operative dentistry and prosthodontics.
Lectures 34 hours.
Oral Medicine and Forensic Odontology -12 hours;
Psychology - 8 hours;
Diagnosis Seminar - 8 hours.
These on-line case based seminars provide practical interpretive experience of various diseases including inflammation, benign and malignant processes. The approach to interpretation and development of differential diagnosis is emphasized.
Seminars: 6 hours.
A series of case based presentations review a variety of complex clinical problem solving and patient management scenarios.
Lectures: Oral Surgery 13 hours.
Emphasis is placed on treatment planning for periodontal patients and continued clinical treatment of these patients. Students are introduced to some of the more advanced treatment procedures including periodontal flap-approach surgery.
Seminars 12 hours.
Course includes lectures on the business of dentistry, dental jurisprudence, human resources management, and financial dental services.
Lectures 21 hours, Seminars 7.5 hours (Total: 28.5 hours).
The lecture course is designed to prepare the student to undertake more advanced treatment procedures which may include fixed orthodontic techniques, treatment of the special patient, experience with sedation and general anesthesia modalities of treatment.
Lectures 14 hours.