Clinical course in which each junior student evaluates a fellow student from an orthodontic perspective and obtains orthodontic models. Oral Hygiene and Recall Clinic. Removable Partial Denture Lecture. 2R, 8W; 1S, 6W. Primary focus is on utilization of the electronic health record (EHR). FA. Understanding the biomedical sciences and their relationship to oral health, oral diseases, and oral-related disorders. As a dental hygiene major, you’ll be prepared for residency programs, dental practice or continued education. Pierre Fauchard és l'autor més important de l'odontologia per les repercussions posteriors i innovacions que va introduir. COVID-19 Information and Resources. Many students have presented research projects and results at regional, national and international meetings and published findings in scientific journals. ORB 139. 1R, 16W. Equipment needs for a dental office are explored as well as the design and function of a dental office. FA, SP. Students are assigned to the pediatric dental clinic on a rotating basis. CPD 412A. Public Health Dentistry. 1R, 16W. GDS 135. FA, SP. 4R, 4W; 2R, 3W. Designed to introduce the student to practice management principles. Pedodontics/Orthodontics Technique. Specific drug classes include anesthetics, analgesics, sedative hypnotics, autonomic drugs, cardiovascular drugs, and central nervous system pharmacology. Provides an understanding of classical health care ethical principles which have direct relevance to students' training and future dental practice experience. 2 credits. Please visit the ADA’s Dental Admission Test page for details. I'm glad I stuck with it. Era un cirurgià menor que va assolir el succés a París.En la seva obra Le Chirrurgien dentiste, defineix totes les malalties i casos clínics, l'instrumental quirúrgic, les operacions a realitzar, pròtesis, consells sobre higiene dental i malalties periodontals. The local chapter of the ASDA promotes active participation of undergraduate dental students in their own dental organizations. C. CPD 416B. Students will have the ability to bring treatments in various stages to help facilitate questions and answers. The Creighton University School of Dentistry offers programs that prepare students for rewarding lives providing quality care and excellence in the dental profession. Elective courses, unless included in the foregoing list of departments and courses, are optional and carry no credit, and though they are credited on transcripts, they do not figure in grade-point averages. Grade is earned by combining treatment efforts across disciplines and departmental lines. 1R, 16W. Specifically, Class I, II and V amalgams as well as Class I, II, IV and V resin composition are covered. Credit hours, in general, are assigned on the following basis: Lectures and seminars - 1 hour of credit for each hour of contact per week per quarter (8-week period). Creighton School of Dentistry offers students a comprehensive curriculum and a first-rate educational experience that not only prepares highly competent dentists, but outstanding human beings. Detailed surgical excisions are made in harmony with principles of tooth anatomy, pathology of the lesions, and masticatory function. Dental Assisting. A number of elective courses are offered by various departments to meet the expressed interests of both faculty and students. C. DAR 315. Assessing the treatment needs of patients with special needs. DAR 414. SP. This course will be composed of small group teaching of 4 students for 2 hours during which time the interpretation of intraoral and panoramic radiographs will occur. SP. Medical emergencies and their management are integrated into the discussion of the major systems-syncope, airway obstruction, laryngospasm, bronchospasm, angina, MI, allergic response, hyperventilation and seizures. 2 credits. The rationale for materials selection, as dictated by clinical procedure and product comparison, will also be presented. Application of materials used in dentistry with an emphasis on the treatment of single surface tooth lesions. For the latest School of Medicine updates including GME information for residents and fellows click here. END 414. SP, PRS 234. 2 credits. • School of Dentistry graduates live and work in 48 of the 50 states and the District of Columbia. Application of the students’ fundamental knowledge of oral pathology, microbiology, public health, and oral diagnosis will be necessary for critical thinking as applied to actual and/or hypothetical clinical situations. Applying the basic principles and philosophies of practice management and having the skills necessary to function as the leader of the oral health care team. Creighton School of Dentistry offers students a comprehensive curriculum and a first-rate educational experience that not only prepares highly competent dentists, but outstanding human beings. FA. 851 Followers, 85 Following, 167 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Creighton School of Dentistry (@creightondental) 3 credits. Oral surgery cases are treated as required by each student. DAR 219. These include, but are not limited to topics such as empathy, rapport, communication, fear and anxiety, smoking cessation, domestic violence, and patients with disabilities, both physical and mental. This department is responsible for subject material dealing with dental sciences (GDS) and operative dentistry (GDO). The opportunity to apply the knowledge and principles learned in classroom courses in oral diagnosis, oral medicine, oral pathology, general dentistry, fixed and removable prosthodontics, endodontics, periodontics, and oral radiology to clinical situations is an integral aspect of this course. Managing a diverse patient population and having the interpersonal and communication skills to function successfully in a multicultural work environment. END 234. Endodontic Clinic. 1 credit. Since 1905, the Creighton University School of Dentistry has graduated nearly 5,000 students. A PDF of the entire 2020-2021 Graduate Catalog. This course is designed to provide clinical experience in oral diagnosis, radiology, treatment planning, oral hygiene and assessment of treatment outcomes. Demonstrating the ability to self-assess relative to professional development and to self-directed, life-long learning. 1 credit. Methodologies for predicting and modifying growth relative to growing patients with skeletal problems are presented. Senior students, working with an increased degree of independence, are expected to complete a variety of cases. This course will conclude with a pediatric dentistry clinic orientation. CPD 411. Business of Practice. The students is guided in the collection and analysis of acceptable treatment options for each patient. Specific dental laboratory projects will be accomplished to allow the student to become familiar with the handling characteristics of the dental materials presented in lecture. Many members of the baby-boom generation will need complicated dental work. FA. Emphasis on personal financial planning, OSHA and HIPAA regulations as affecting the dental practice and office computer management. Dental Materials Laboratory. CPD 431. Introduction to the philosophy and need for preventive dentistry by developing the student's concepts of self-motivation; knowledge of dental diseases and abnormalities; application of the principles of fluoridation; nutrition, patient motivation, and home care. in any major and fulfill the prerequisites for any graduate school in just four years. FA. 5 credits. CPD 111. Basic principles of endodontics including diseases of the pulp and periapical tissues, diagnosis and treatment procedures, prognosis, bleaching, and restoration of endodontically treated teeth. 1 credit. 2 credits. Provides knowledge of balanced nutrition and measurement of dietary factors as related to clinical prevention and health care. Composition and properties of the materials used in dentistry. Selecting, administrating, and prescribing appropriate pharmacologic agents to manage conditions that influence dental treatment including pain and anxiety, and using non-pharmacologic methods when appropriate. GDO 234. Students will discuss dental practice laws and licensing; impaired colleagues, peer review and whistle blowing; dental malpractice; prescription fraud and drug diversion; legal and social implications for treating mentally and physically challenged individual; and quality assurance in dentistry. Endodontic Problem Solving. Hence, 2R, 6L, 16W indicates two hours of lecture and six hours of laboratory per week for sixteen weeks (or one semester). Acute Care Clinic. 1R, 16W. 2 credits. Provides the dental student with an opportunity to apply motivational and instructional techniques regarding patient dental education through community field experience. A PDF of the entire 2020-2021 Medicine Catalog. Flexible scheduling means you’ll be able to get into the classes you want. Manipulative techniques of the materials commonly employed in operative dentistry are emphasized. Basic instruction in the gross anatomy of the head and neck. These include a number of diversified operations, both intra - coronal and extra - coronal using current restorative materials and techniques. Principles of Orthodontics and Dento-Facial Growth and Development. FA, ORB 117. A more extensive coverage of the diagnosis and treatment of orofacial infections, including a discussion of fascial spaces; diagnosis and treatment of orofacial trauma; diagnosis and treatment of skeletal deformities with orthognathic surgery; cleft lip and palate considerations; and surgery of the temporomandibular joint. There are still areas of the country where patients have little access to dental care. FA indicates fall semester; SP indicates spring semester. 3 credits. The students are introduced to pre-surgical and pre-anesthesia patient evaluation and risk assessment as it pertains to the major systems-cardiovascular, pulmonary, endocrine, renal and liver, hematopoietic and the cancer patient. The Creighton University School of Dentistry clinic has resumed clinical operations. This course is designed to develop an understanding of pre-surgical and pre-anesthesia patient assessment. ORB 133. The numbering system and its significance is as follows: 1. C. DAR 318. Dental students are engaged in research early in their academic career, participating in a research project as part of a course requirement. Genetic effects will be presented. 1R, 16W. Radiology Technique. The Creighton University School of Dentistry clinic has resumed clinical operations. Radiographic Interpretation Clinic. Retention, absolute anchorage and surgical-orthodontic modalities are presented. Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation. SP. 4 credits. The courses of instruction are listed here by department, and are subject to continual review and revision. 12 credits. CPD 314. Each student will be responsible for the diagnosis of at least one case. 5 credits. This course will provide hands-on instruction regarding imaging principles and various techniques of conventional and digital intraoral radiography. An overview of overdentures and implant prosthesis provided. Oral Surgery Lecture. 1R, 16W; 4C, 2W (Clinic sessions are split classes). GDS 115. GDO 314. The third digit indicates the type of course involved. An initial introduction of the students to the treatment of patients in a clinical setting. FA. FA. This course introduces the student to implantology, crown lengthening surgery and interrelationships between periodontics and other specialties. Employment law as well as communication with staff is emphasized. 2 credits. OMS 233. Unfortunately, as a result of COVID-19, Creighton University is not able to conduct in person tours at the present time. Radiographic features pertaining to craniofacial structures as well as to developmental, neoplastic and systemic diseases will be discussed. Oral Diagnosis and Treatment Planning Clinic. FA, SP. Oral Diagnosis and Treatment Planning Clinic. Postnatal growth with special consideration of development of the primary and permanent dentitions. Laboratories and clinics - 1/2 hour of credit for each hour of contact per week per quarter (8-week period). Provides the dental student with an opportunity to apply motivational and instructional techniques regarding patient dental education through community field experiences. DAR 214. 1R, 16W; 2R, 3L, 6W. The principles of purchasing a practice are explored including methods used in valuing a practice and financing the purchase of a practice. Special Care Dentistry. 1R, 16W. General review of endodontics emphasizing advanced clinical techniques, pain management, surgical endodontics and new trends in the field of endodontic therapy. Basic principles of maxillo-mandibular relationships, static and functional, as related to the occlusal surfaces of the teeth. DAR 216. axiUm Training Lab. 3 credits. Emphasis will be placed upon the use of standardized classification and diagnostic criteria for formulating and implementing conservative treatment/management plans. Replication and expression of genetic information are discussed in the context of growth regulation, hormone action, genetic disorders, and malignant disease. School of Medicine . 3 credits. Includes integration of basic pharmacology. Using critical thinking and problem solving skills to guide clinical decision making during the comprehensive care of patients as well as in scientific inquiry and research methodology. GDS 116. This course presents an introductory foundation for clinical orthodontics. Applying basic and advanced principles of fixed prosthodontics to restore the dentition to form and function using cast metals, porcelain restorations, porcelain-fused-to-metal restorations, and composite restorative materials as well as the restoration of implants. Students will provide structured written radiographic reports to include labeling of anatomy, image quality, irradiation geometry, and disease changes between seral radiographs. Creighton’s State-of-the-Art Dental Clinic. This course will consist of: Basic principles of radiation physics, biology, protection, geometry, and technique. C. OMS 315. Skip to main content. OMS 413. 2R, 7W. GDO 214. This course will feature advanced techniques for the manipulation of stainless steel materials and other materials and appliances used in preventive and interceptive orthodontic procedures. Understanding and applying ethical, legal, and regulatory concepts as they pertain to patient care and practice management. 4 credits. FA, SP. CPD 333. 2 credits. 1S, 8W. Clinical practice of endodontics. SP. All rights reserved.Privacy Policy | Non-Discrimination Statement. 2 credits. PRS 213. I love Creighton's dental school, and I feel like once I'm done, I'll be able to practice anywhere. Fixed Prosthodontics Lecture. Curriculum Vitae Joseph V. Franco Jr., D.D.S. GDO 414. Infectious Disease Control in Dentistry. FA. Performing uncomplicated periodontal therapies and in managing the care of patients with complicated or advanced periodontal problems. FA. Creighton University School of Dentistry. This course is designed to prepare each dental student with the ability to evaluate, diagnose, treatment plan and effectively deliver the surgical treatment that is expected of a dental professional. Practical Pharmacotherapeutics for the Dentist. Instruction will focus on the projection geometry of paralleling and bisecting angle techniques. This preclinical course introduces the student to axiUm, the patient management system used in the Dental School clinic. The opportunity to apply the knowledge and principles learned in classroom courses in oral diagnosis, oral medicine, oral pathology, general dentistry, fixed and removable prosthodontics, endodontics, periodontics, and oral radiology to clinical situations is an integral aspect of this course. A formalized course in Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation leading to CPR re-certification in Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers. FA, SP. FA. C. END 213. Patient Assessment Clinic. DAR 234. A formalized course in Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation leading to CPR certification in Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers. Also included in the course are the principles of filing an insurance claim, the terminology that accompanies patient billing practice and the different types of insurance networks and plans. This course is taught by lecture and by various multimedia resources. CPD 113. 3 credits. Etiology of malocclusion. OMS 414. C. PDO 418. 4 credits. Head and Neck Anatomy. Basic instruction in bacteriology, immunology, mycology, virology, and parasitology. 1R, 16W. 10 credits. C. PDO 213. This course is an introduction to contemporary operative dental procedures, including the evaluation and review of newly developed restorative materials. Practice Planning. SP. Radiographic review exercises will be used to gain additional experience in recognition of common pathology, including caries, periodontal disease, periapical lesions, and dental anomalies. This course is designed to provide the student with the foundational information necessary to understand the principles of evidence-based dental practice, to critically evaluate health sciences research literature, and to apply the findings of scientific inquiry to clinical practice. This course is designed to review and refine critical thinking skills that are necessary in diagnosing common diseases that involve the oral cavity and the head and neck regions. This course is designed to provide fundamental principles and basic knowledge in pediatric dentistry. SP. Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska is a Jesuit college where students, faculty and staff thrive in a community committed to Jesuit values. Performing patient examination, assessment, and diagnosis procedures. SP. Recognizing and managing oral mucosal and osseous disorders. The student is guided in the collection and analysis of data on patients and, subsequent to this, receives guidance in the formation of an acceptable plan and the application of the corresponding emergent treatment for each patient. Many schools strongly encourage applicants to take courses in the arts and social sciences; Creighton Term offered. This course presents the fundamental principles of dental materials science as it applies to clinical dentistry including an understanding of the basis for laboratory and clinical use. Clinical recognition of orofacial lesions and the continued development of reasonable and sound differential diagnoses will be the central theme. Creighton University School of Dentistry 2802 Webster St. Omaha, Ne. 2 credits. Administration, Supervision, and Academic Policies. The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Creighton University School of Medicine prepares future family physicians to serve as patient advocates while delivering personalized care inspired by Jesuit values. Immediate, interim and treatment dentures as well as relines, rebases and repair procedures are discussed. Since Creighton University School of Dentistry does not offer residency positions in specialty programs, students are given the opportunity to perform advanced dental procedures including oral surgery, dental implants, etc. 1R, 16W. Introduction to Electronic Health Record Management. 1R, 16W. 2 credits. Emphasis is placed on mechanical aspects of preparing and restoring individual teeth with specific restorative materials, the physical and biomechanical properties of these materials, and the development of problem solving skills to select appropriate treatments and materials. 2 credits. 2 credits. 1R, 16W. Finally, several mini-clinics will be conducted throughout the semester which will help prepare students for their junior year clinical pediatric dentistry experience. Patient control clerks assist dental students in patient management. FA. Covers the process of staffing and running an office. 2 credits. Performing, managing, and/or communicating requisite technical and laboratory procedures attendant to the provision of dental restorations. C. PRS 414. Oral Histology and Embryology. 1 credit. Download Pharmacy and Health Professions Catalog. Interpersonal Relationships and Communication. During the spring semester, oral surgery cases are treated as required by each student. 0.5 credits. Creighton School Division is situated in Treaty 10 territory and acknowledges that "We are All Treaty People", committed to honour the Spirit and Intent of Treaty. Through the Magis Core Curriculum, you’ll be able to earn your B.A. Since the clinic’s new state-of-the-art building was completed in 2018, the School of Dentistry has served additional patients, especially Omaha’s under-served. Key learning milestones include the understanding of scientific information sources, research study designs, hierarchies of evidence, basic statistics, and epidemiology. Participation in technical exercises designed to provide experience in the construction of basic fixed prosthodontic restorations. Communication styles, time management, problem solving, dealing with stress, and understanding various cultural differences will be addressed. 1R; 16W. This course is a general review of periodontics, including a more extensive coverage of periodontal anatomy, relevant immunology, pathology, diagnosis, treatment planning and management or periodontal diseases. Physical Growth and Development. Advanced Endodontics, Surgery And Review. Periodontology Clinic. Community Dentistry Field Experience Clinic. Special attention will be given to the neurophysiology of the masticatory system and how it relates to acute and chronic pain conditions. When you pursue your DDS at Creighton, you can take comfort in knowing that our School of Dentistry will: A bachelor’s degree is not required for acceptance into dental school, but it is preferred. Dental auxiliary utilization and four handed dentistry are emphasized. Exercises simulating clinical diagnostic and treatment procedures are employed to exemplify principles of maxillo-mandibular relationships. This course is a review of the basic principles of fixed, implants, partials, and complete dentures. 1R, 16W. 1R, 16W. Principles of radiographic interpretation will be covered and discussed. A PDF of the entire 2020-2021 Dentistry Catalog. Periodontology Clinic. Special Care Community-Based Dental Education. C. DAR 416. The student will learn electronic patient form entry (EPR Form), odontogram charting, CDT procedure codes, and treatment note entry with an emphasis on preparing the student for the spring and summer periodontics courses and fall clinic rotation in oral diagnosis. FA, SP. Introduction of Dental Public Health, noting the dentist has a "primary duty of service to the public." 1 credit. Non-Discrimination Statement, American Student Dental Association (ASDA), Student National Dental Association (SNDA), School of Pharmacy and Health Professions, Center for Interprofessional Practice, Education & Research (CIPER), School of Dentistry’s admissions requirements, please enjoy touring our Dental School virtually, Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Dental Certificate, Prepare you for a high level of professional competence, Instill caring, ethical and moral components into your professional life, Expose you to diverse patients as well as peers, who come from many backgrounds  and enrich campus with a variety of traditions and experiences, How to manage all phases of comprehensive dental care with confidence, How to manage pain and maximize your calming influence on patients, How to communicate professionally in both oral and written forms, How to embrace new technology and discover how it can enhance your ability to treat your patients, How serving others can enrich your professional life and improve the health of your community, Promotes public awareness of issues such as oral cancer, Fosters relationships with the local community to provide oral health education and screening to underserved populations, Provides opportunities to attend conferences and seminars at the local and national level, Research to improve healthcare delivery models and care of the underserved. FA. It strives to build a national and international reputation in research and the school conducts research across the spectrum of social needs, including: Numerous active clinical trials focus on advancing the quality and safety of dental materials and techniques. 9 credits. Demonstration surgery of complicated surgical procedures is performed by faculty for small-group instruction. SP. COVID-19 Information and Resources. This course emphasizes comprehensive dental care delivered by both specialists and generalists by addressing the multi-disciplinary needs of the patient. CPD 136. Building upon principles of office management in preparation for entering the practice of dentistry. OMS 331. 2R, 16W. Oral Surgery Clinic. Histology, physiology and functions of the pulp as well as the disease processes that involve the pulp and periradicular tissues. Relative Value Units. Field experience is gained during dental health and/or career presentations in public and parochial schools. Giving You What Employers Want Prognosis and treatment of these diseases will be stressed. PDO 234. Behavioral Science Aspects of Patient Care. The first digit indicates the dental college year in which the course is taken: 2. Junior dental students will participate in the Patient Assessment Clinic to assist senior dental students in the evaluation of patients applying as candidates for treatment at the dental school. This course will involve the completion of CITI web-based modules, identification of research project mentor, identification of research project topic and completion of all project research plan and IRB submission documents in draft form. 1 credit. Emphasis is given to clinical procedures such as diagnosis, treatment planning, mouth preparations, impressions, jaw relation records, framework adaptation, and occlusion. The second digit indicates the quarter (half of semester) within which the course begins, except that a zero indicates an elective course. FA. 5 credits. Dental Materials Lecture. Relative Value Units. Radiographic anatomy. 2 credits. This will help to ensure competent use of commonly used dental materials at the clinical level. 2 credits. Creighton University's Financial Aid Office coordinates the aid opportunities for all of Creighton's four undergraduate and five graduate/professional schools/colleges. The student provides patient education and home care instructions and performs coronal and subgingival scaling, prophylaxis and fluoride treatment. PRS 132. The student is taught nomenclature, chronology, and methods of designation of human teeth. 5 credits. In addition, the student will develop skills for effective oral hygiene with reference to disclosing agents, toothbrushing, flossing, oral physiotherapy aids, and topical fluorides. FA. The major components of a medical history are reviewed, including interview principles, elicitation of symptoms, observation of signs and documentation of information. History of Dentistry. General review to reinforce the principles of operative dentistry procedures with consideration for the transition to clinical application. Emphasis is placed on health promotion and education, epidemiology of oral diseases, sociology and cultural differences of the dental practice, dental public health research and prevention, clinician's responsibility to access and justice, delivery systems, and financing dental care. Prosthodontic Clinical/Lab Review. As part of this review, students will be expected to understand and articulate the practical application of this knowledge (i.e. Advanced course in removable partial dentures. FA, SP. The student also participates in case-based treatment planning exercises in preparation for the National Board Part 2 examination. A lecture course focused upon the classification, examination, diagnosis, and management of temporomandibular disorders and orofacial pain. Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Planning Clinic. 2 credits. 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