Clinical Oral Surgery

SDM OS 640

This course provides a clinical rotation in oral and maxillofacial surgery in the third and fourth year. It is designed to give the undergraduate students clinical hands-on experience in office surgical procedures pertinent to the general dentist. The student may have the opportunity to observe and/or assist with more complicated procedures in the both the clinic and operating room setting during the rotation. Daily seminars are given throughout the rotation. The third and fourth year students are provided a review of the nitrous oxide -- oxygen sedation during one of the rotation seminars and the fourth year students are provided a clinical experience with the delivery of nitrous oxide -- oxygen sedation. The opportunity to observe and/or assist in the delivery of nitrous oxide -- oxygen sedation (as well as other sedation techniques) in the clinic is available throughout the rotation. Clinical rotation: Two weeks.

FALL 2024 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Dinnocenzo ARR 12:00 am-12:00 am

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