Post-Doctoral Periodontology (PE)

  • SDM PE 764: Current Concepts in Periodontology
    Provides an overview of the clinical field of Periodontology. Emphasizes the recognition and diagnosis of periodontal disease states and their classifications. An overview of periodontal therapy is included emphasizing clinical procedures for the nonperiodontology specialist. 1st sem.
  • SDM PE 800: Histology & Embryology of the Periodontium
    This course includes resident presentations of salient aspects of the origin of periodontal structures. Examples of the importance of oral structures with respect to clinical procedures will be provided. Treatment options will be analyzed in terms of anatomic limitations.
  • SDM PE 801: Histology & Embryology of the Periodontium
    This course includes resident presentations of salient aspects of the origin of periodontal structures. Examples of the importance of oral structures with respect to clinical procedures will be provided. Treatment options will be analyzed in terms of anatomic limitations.
  • SDM PE 802: Histology & Embryology of the Periodontium
    This course includes resident presentations of salient aspects of the origin of periodontal structures. Examples of the importance of oral structures with respect to clinical procedures will be provided. Treatment options will be analyzed in terms of anatomic limitations.
  • SDM PE 803: Periodontology III: Selected Topics in Periodontology
    Lecture presentations by residents followed by discussion of the relevant components of periodontal anatomy, cell & molecular biology, epidemiology, diagnosis, prevention, treatment, maintenance and outcomes assessment. This course helps prepare residents for the (AAP) In-service examinations given by the American Academy of Periodontology and the American Board of Periodontology certification. For postdoctoral residents in Years 2 & 3 (3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th sem). 2 cr/yr.
  • SDM PE 804: Periodontology III: Selected Topics in Periodontology
    Lecture presentations by residents followed by discussion of the relevant components of periodontal anatomy, cell & molecular biology, epidemiology, diagnosis, prevention, treatment, maintenance and outcomes assessment. This course helps prepare residents for the (AAP) In-service examinations given by the American Academy of Periodontology and the American Board of Periodontology certification. For postdoctoral residents in Years 2 & 3 (3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th sem). 2 cr/yr.
  • SDM PE 807: Periodontology Case Presentation/Treatment Planning
    Clinical case presentations by residents followed by discussion of the diagnosis, treatment planning, treatment, and outcomes, including alternatives of periodontal therapy and related dental disciplines. This course fosters understanding of clinical decision-making processes and complements individualized instruction that residents receive from faculty in the clinic. For postdoctoral residents in Years 2 & 3 (3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th sem). 2 cr/yr.
  • SDM PE 808: Periodontology Case Presentation/Treatment Planning
    Clinical case presentations by residents followed by discussion of the diagnosis, treatment planning, treatment, and outcomes, including alternatives of periodontal therapy and related dental disciplines. This course fosters understanding of clinical decision-making processes and complements individualized instruction that residents receive from faculty in the clinic. For postdoctoral residents in Years 2 & 3 (3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th sem). 2 cr/yr.
  • SDM PE 810: Implant Dentistry for the Dental Specialist
    The purpose of this course is to provide post-doctoral residents with didactic instruction in basic surgical principles and techniques and to prepare them for the surgical placement of implants in selected patients. The need for and use of CBCT scans in implant dentistry will be explained and thoroughly covered. Diagnosis of edentulous spaces and correction of such spaces using dental implants will be discussed, together with extensive multi-disciplinary approaches to treatment planning.
  • SDM PE 811: Clinical Implant Dentistry for the Dental Specialist - Simulation
    This will be a hands on instruction in basic surgical prinicples, including basic flap design, atraumatic flap reflection, preparation of osteotomies, insertion of dental implants on plastic models and or animals and suturing techniques both simple and complex.
  • SDM PE 812: Clinical Implant Dentistry for the Dental Specialist
    Once the residents have completed both the didactic and hands on simulation (PE 810 and PE 811) they will be supervised in the placement of implants. The instruction will begin with a review of sterile technique and infection control then proceed with implant surgical assisting. The resident and faculty will review case selection criteria to select appropriate cases for implant placement. The resident will work with periodontal faculty to complete CBCT scan ordering, CBCT scan evaluation, selection of proposed implant and a full review of the planned surgery. Post-operative instructions as well as post-operative complications will be addressed and discussed with the faculty.
  • SDM PE 813: Clinical Implant Dentistry for the Dental Specialist
    Continuation of PE 812 as needed to complete clinical care.
  • SDM PE 815: Periodontal Literature Review I
    Weekly seminar focusing on critical evaluation of classic and current periodontal literature. Provides the resident with the background necessary to develop and defend rationales for therapy. 4 cr, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th sem.
  • SDM PE 816: Periodontal Literature Review II
    Weekly seminar focusing on critical evaluation of classic and current periodontal literature. Provides the resident with the background necessary to develop and defend rationales for therapy. 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th sem.
  • SDM PE 817: Seminar: Grand Rounds
    Weekly case presentations by periodontic, prosthodontic, endodontic and orthodontic residents, emphasizing comprehensive and evidence based treatment planning. Residents and faculty discuss various options of alternative treatment plans. Stresses importance of interdisciplinary coordination of treatment. 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th sem.
  • SDM PE 818: Seminar: Grand Rounds
    Weekly case presentations by periodontic, prosthodontic, endodontic and orthodontic residents, emphasizing comprehensive and evidence based treatment planning. Residents and faculty discuss various options of alternative treatment plans. Stresses importance of interdisciplinary coordination of treatment. 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th sem.
  • SDM PE 819: Seminar: Grand Rounds
    Weekly case presentations by periodontic, prosthodontic, endodontic and orthodontic residents, emphasizing comprehensive and evidence based treatment planning. Residents and faculty discuss various options of alternative treatment plans. Stresses importance of interdisciplinary coordination of treatment. 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th sem.
  • SDM PE 823: Periodontal Therapy I
    A comprehensive coverage of rationale and objectives, patient examination, diagnosis and treatment planning. This course includes specific aspects of surgical periodontal procedures and implant therapy. For first-year students. 3rd and 4th sem.
  • SDM PE 827: Applied Dental Pharmacology
    Discussion of the major drug classes relevant in the management of the patients in Periodontology and oral medicine. Emphasis will be given also in adverse reactions, including specific contraindications and drug interactions. 4th sem.
  • SDM PE 828: Periodontal Literature Review III: Periodontology Current Literature Review
    Review of current Periodontal literature. This course builds on the knowledge obtained by the residents of Periodontal Literature Review I and II. For postdoctoral students in Years 2 & 3 (3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th sem).