Post-Doctoral Prosthodontics (PR)

  • SDM PR 844: Implantology Literature Review
    A seminar course consisting of a comprehensive review of the current and classical literature in implantology and related fields. Review of the literature is followed by comment and discussion conducted by one of the masters in the field. 1st and 2nd sem.
  • SDM PR 845: Implantology Topics
    A presentation course given by leading experts of implantology topics with emphasis on current and classical implantology topics. 1st and 2nd sem.
  • SDM PR 846: Implantology Case Presentation
    A case presentation course by periodontology, prosthodontic and oral surgery residents on a variety of clinical implantology topics. 1st and 2nd sem.
  • SDM PR 847: Implantology Case Presentation
    A case presentation course by periodontology, prosthodontic and oral surgery residents on a variety of clinical implantology topics. 3rd and 4th sem.
  • SDM PR 848: Implantology Case Presentation
    A case presentation course by periodontology, prosthodontic and oral surgery residents on a variety of clinical implantology topics. 5th and 6th sem.
  • SDM PR 849: Introduction to implant restoration
    This course reviews principles and techniques of restoring osseointegrated root-form implants with fixed and removable dental prostheses. Instructional methods include a Powerpoint presentation of clinical and laboratory procedures for the fabrication of fixed and removable prostheses followed by a hands-on simulation session. 2nd sem.
  • SDM PR 852: Implantology for the General Practitioner
    A series of lectures covering the history of implants, tissue bio-compatibility, and bio-mechanics. Encompasses tissue biology, patient selection, diagnosis, treatment planning, and literature review. Includes presentation of oral surgery and prosthodontic considerations utilizing different implant systems. 1st and 2nd sem.
  • SDM PR 857: Advanced Prosthodontic Seminar
    "The purpose of this course is to provide residents additional knowledge to fill residents' weakness in the field of Prosthodontics, patient and case management through past final cases, residents' complex cases, Faculty members' clinical cases and presentations, guest lecturers and selected topics. Selection of topic and case will depend on the residents' weak points and interests. Round table case treatment planning discussion will be provided during course of the seminar. This is open discussion formatted seminar so that the students can ask any kind of questions without any hesitation and feeling of intimidation by others. At the end of third year residents will have well organized applicable prosthodontics, and patient case management knowledge. The students will prepare for prosthodontics board examinations."
  • SDM PR 858: Advanced Prosthodontic Seminar
    "The purpose of this course is to provide residents additional knowledge to fill residents' weakness in the field of Prosthodontics, patient and case management through past final cases, residents' complex cases, Faculty members' clinical cases and presentations, guest lecturers and selected topics. Selection of topic and case will depend on the residents' weak points and interests. Round table case treatment planning discussion will be provided during course of the seminar. This is open discussion formatted seminar so that the students can ask any kind of questions without any hesitation and feeling of intimidation by others. At the end of third year residents will have well organized applicable prosthodontics, and patient case management knowledge. The students will prepare for prosthodontics board examinations."
  • SDM PR 859: Advanced Prosthodontic Seminar
    "The purpose of this course is to provide residents additional knowledge to fill residents' weakness in the field of Prosthodontics, patient and case management through past final cases, residents' complex cases, Faculty members' clinical cases and presentations, guest lecturers and selected topics. Selection of topic and case will depend on the residents' weak points and interests. Round table case treatment planning discussion will be provided during course of the seminar. This is open discussion formatted seminar so that the students can ask any kind of questions without any hesitation and feeling of intimidation by others. At the end of third year residents will have well organized applicable prosthodontics, and patient case management knowledge. The students will prepare for prosthodontics board examinations."
  • SDM PR 861: Contemporary Prosthodontic Literature
    This course introduces residents to recent prosthodontic literature and familiarizes them with a variety of primary prosthodontic journals as well as secondary and tertiary journals. Various levels of scientific power within the literature will be investigated to highlight the depth, breadth, and complexity of this relevant body of knowledge. This course is designed to foster among the residents an attitude of "life-long learning" through regular, disciplined reading of the literature. 1st and 2nd sem.
  • SDM PR 862: Contemporary Prosthodontic Literature
    This course introduces residents to recent prosthodontic literature and familiarizes them with a variety of primary prosthodontic journals as well as secondary and tertiary journals. Various levels of scientific power within the literature will be investigated to highlight the depth, breadth, and complexity of this relevant body of knowledge. This course is designed to foster among the residents an attitude of "life-long learning" through regular, disciplined reading of the literature. 3rd and 4th sem.
  • SDM PR 863: Contemporary Prosthodontic Literature
    This course introduces residents to recent prosthodontic literature and familiarizes them with a variety of primary prosthodontic journals as well as secondary and tertiary journals. Various levels of scientific power within the literature will be investigated to highlight the depth, breadth, and complexity of this relevant body of knowledge. This course is designed to foster among the residents an attitude of "life-long learning" through regular, disciplined reading of the literature. 5th and 6th sem.
  • SDM PR 901: Prosthodontic Literature Review
    Current and classical prosthodontic literature as a basis for substantive discussion of concepts in therapy and research. Special emphasis is placed on the principles of evidence-based health care and critical review of the dental literature. 3rd and 4th sem.
  • SDM PR 911: Clinical Prosthodontics
    Advanced clinical experiences in all phases of complex fixed, removable, and implant prosthodontics under direct supervision of the prosthodontic faculty. 1st and 2nd sem.
  • SDM PR 912: Clinical Prosthodontics
    Advanced clinical experiences in all phases of complex fixed, removable, and implant prosthodontics under direct supervision of the prosthodontic faculty. 3rd and 4th sem.
  • SDM PR 913: Clinical Prosthodontics
    Advanced clinical experiences in all phases of complex fixed, removable, and implant prosthodontics under direct supervision of the prosthodontic faculty. 5th and 6th sem.
  • SDM PR 918: Student Teaching
    Graduate students have the opportunity to synthesize their knowledge and experience through involvement with limited, supervised teaching assignments. During these assignments, graduate students act as teaching assistants in the school's predoctoral program. 5th or 6th sem.
  • SDM PR 991: Research: Prosthodontics
    Approved investigative effort to satisfy requirements for the MSD degree. Research may involve preclinical and clinical subjects related to prosthodontics or restorative dentistry. 5th and 6th sem.
  • SDM PR 992: Research: Prosthodontics DScD
    Approved major research effort to satisfy requirements for the DScD degree. The results of this research must provide a meaningful contribution to the discipline that represents new knowledge. 7th and 8th sem.