AS 1

  • SDM RS 522: Removable Prosthodontics I
    This comprehensive lecture course addresses complete and partial denture construction.
  • SDM RS 523: Preclinical Removable Prosthodontics
    This simulated clinic course provides experience and skill development with the procedures related to complete and partial denture construction.
  • SDM RS 524: Fixed Prosthodontics I
    This course provides a comprehensive introduction to extracoronal full-coverage tooth restoration systems. The conceptual basis for both single-tooth crowns and multiple-tooth bridgework is presented.
  • SDM RS 525: Preclinical Fixed Prosthodontics
    This simulated clinic course provides experience and skill development with single-tooth crowns and multiple-tooth bridgework.
  • SDM RS 526: Biomaterials II
    An in-depth study of the physical and chemical properties of materials related to the practice of dentistry. It includes their uses, handling, and effects.
  • SDM RS 527: Occlusion
    This course takes the student from normal dental anatomy and occlusion, through analysis of deviations from normal or natural dentition, to an approach to maintenance of healthy occlusal patterns in restorative dentistry and correction of occlusal patterns and disharmonies. To help emphasize critical concepts, laboratory simulations provide students the opportunity to practice clinical procedures related to occlusal diagnosis and treatment. Concepts from the course are integrated with courses in operative dentistry, prosthodontics, periodontology, and orthodontics.
  • SDM RS 529: Operative Dentistry
    This is a lecture course that addresses all aspects of Operative Dentistry. Topics include diagnosis and treatment planning, caries prevention & treatment, the concept of minimally invasive dentistry, simple and complex amalgam restorations, anterior and posterior composite resin restorations, cast gold and ceramic inlays and onlay preparations & temporization , conventional and CAD-CAM scanning & fabrication of inlays & onlays, try-in and cementation of all types of indirect restorations, direct and indirect veneers, the restoration of endodontically treated teeth, the concept of pulpal protection and the techniques of pulp-capping. This course focuses on clinically relevant topics and compliments the preclinical and clinical courses in Operative Dentistry (RS 521, GD 630, and RS 540).
  • SDM RS 540: Implantology
    This course presents the scientific basis for diagnosis, treatment planning, surgical protocol, and prosthetic options in modern dental Implantology. Students will perform restorative Implantology procedures and CT scan evaluation in a simulated clinic setting.
  • SDM RS 542: Treatment Planning Seminar
    This seminar course focuses on real-world problem solving. There is a special emphasis on decision-making and patient communication in a private practice setting. It is an interactive course given in small group format.