Courses listed below are taught by faculty departments in the school.
Ethical and legal considerations in the practice of Dentistry. The Dental Care Center is used as the practical laboratory for practice management. Ethics management law, and compliance with the rules of the clinic are monitored by faculty.
A continuation of HDM 601 where the Dental Care Center is the practical laboratory to demonstrate and reinforce effective principles of practice management and acceptable ethical behavior toward the patients, associates and staff. Includes small group discussion of comprehensive patient care in terms of variations of medical, psychological and economic factors which could impact treatment planning and/or treatment period. Record audits are conducted and reviewed by students under faculty supervision.
Prerequisite: HDM 601
12 course hours
See individual department listing for each selective course description. 112 course hours, various faculty
Comprehensive treatment planning is an essential step in providing care to patients. In this course, each student develops and presents a comprehensive treatment plan for a patient utilizing computer generated text slides, clinical slides, radiographs and handouts.
20 course hours
This is a comprehensive review of the treatment planning principles and basic clinical techniques and procedures. It covers all Dental disciplines, and is designed to prepare students for licensing examination (i.e. National Boards, NERB).
104 course hours, faculty members of all departments
(See HDI 821)