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DENT 573 PRECLINICAL INTERDISCIPLINARY CONCEPTS I 3 Credit Hours

Seminars and Laboratory exercises will review (D2 Fall and selected D1) preclinical course concepts and clinical protocols to prepare the student for integration into the Group Clinical Model. This course will serve as a foundation for subsequent didactic and clinical predoctoral courses.

Typically Offered: SPRING

DENT 575 PRECLINICAL INTERDISCIPLINARY CONCEPTS II 1 Credit Hour

This course is a continuation of seminars and laboratory exercises in DENT 573 preclinical course concepts and clinical protocols to prepare the student for integration into the Group Clinical Model. This course will serve as a foundation for subsequent didactic and clinical predoctoral courses.

Prerequisite:  DENT 573

Typically Offered: SUMMER

DENT 660 COMPREHENSIVE CLINICAL CARE 1 Credit Hour

Students are given the opportunity to learn, practice and demonstrate competency in several areas of patient care and professionalism in clinical practice.

Typically Offered: SUMMER

DENT 661 COMP CLINICAL CARE 5 Credit Hours

The CCC course is an interdisciplinary course for patient-centered comprehensive care. The course contains clinical modules, which are the following: Intro to Clinic, Group rounds/case presentations, operative dentistry refresher, local anesthesia injection, temporomandibular disorders, and patient management and professionalism. Each module has a Module Coordinator who will provide student assessment feedback to the Co-Course Directors (Group Leads).

Prerequisite:  DENT 660, ADRS 559

Typically Offered: SUMMER

DENT 662 COMP CLINICAL CARE 21 Credit Hours

The CCC course is an interdisciplinary course for patient-centered comprehensive care. The course contains clinical modules, which are the following: patient assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning, group rounds/case presentations, operative dentistry, prosthodontics, cariology, temporomandibular disorders, patient management and professionalism, dental emergency, digital dentistry, dental radiology, rotations (intramural and extramural), team-based care, periodontics, endodontics, oral maxillofacial surgery, pediatric dentistry, orthodontics and space management, and COVID-19 Vaccination Administration. Each module has a Module Coordinator who will provide student assessment feedback to the Co-Course Directors (Group Leads). To pass the CCC course, dental students must 1) pass each of the course modules, and 2) successfully complete each of the competency assessments.

Prerequisite:  DENT 660, DENT 661

Typically Offered: SUMMER

DENT 663 COMP CLINICAL CARE 16 Credit Hours

The CCC course is an interdisciplinary course for patient-centered comprehensive care. The course contains clinical modules, which are the following: patient assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning, group rounds/case presentations, operative dentistry, prosthodontics, cariology, temporomandibular disorders, patient management and professionalism, dental emergency, digital dentistry, dental radiology, rotations (intramural and extramural), team-based care, periodontics, endodontics, oral and maxillofacial surgery, pediatric dentistry, orthodontics and space management, and COVID-19 Vaccination Administration. Each module has a Module Coordinator who will provide student assessment feedback to the Co-Course Directors (Group Leads). To pass the CCC course, dental students must 1) pass each of the course modules, and 2) successfully complete each of the competency assessments.

Prerequisite:  DENT 660, DENT 661, DENT 662

Typically Offered: SPRING

DENT 694 REVIEW OF CLINICAL SCIENCES 1 Credit Hour

A brief review of clinical sciences to assist D-3 students in preparing for national and regional boards.

Typically Offered: FALL

DENT 706 DENT INDEPEN STUDY 1 Credit Hour

Typically Offered: FALL/SP/SU