Courses

Faculty and student in lab

Preclinic courses

Pros 622.01 Preclinical Fixed Prosthodontics Lecture

Directed by Dr. Charles Janus this course is comprised of classroom instruction in the principles of both clinical and laboratory phases of Fixed Prosthodontics.

Pros 622.02 Preclinical Fixed Prosthodontics Laboratory

Directed by Dr. Charles Janus this course includes experience in tooth preparation, provisionalization, post & core fabrication, and basic laboratory steps of Fixed Prosthodontics.

Pros 624.01 Preclinical Removable Prosthodontics Lecture

Directed by Dr. Michael Huband this course includes classroom instruction in the principles of removable denture design, fabrication, and patient care combined with instruction in the principles of complete denture fabrication and patient care.

Pros 624.02 Preclinical Removable Prosthodontics Laboratory

Directed by Dr. Michael Huband this course encompasses the preparation of dentoform teeth to serve as RPD abutments and includes design and cast fabrication for a removable partial denture and includes experience in the fabrication of a complete denture starting with the making of an impression tray, teeth arrangement, waxing a complete denture, and polishing the final processed prosthesis.

Pros 731.01 Complete Denture Prosthodontics

Directed by Dr. Sorin Uram-Tuculescu this course consists of classroom instruction in the principles of complete denture fabrication with special emphasis on clinical phases and patient treatment.

Pros 735.01 Removable Partial Denture Prosthodontics Lecture

Directed by Dr. William Betzhold this course consists of classroom instruction in the principles of removable partial denture fabrication with special emphasis on clinical phases and patient treatment.

Pros 626.01 Clinical Principles of Dental Implantology

Directed by Dr. David Burns this classroom course presents topics of importance to the clinical practice of dental implantology. It provides a discussion of the biological and materials sciences as they relate to dental implants. In addition, the history of implants, patient selection, treatment planning, surgical and restorative treatment methodology, maintenance, and complications of implants are discussed.

Pros 626.02 Clinical Principles of Dental Implantology Laboratory

Directed by Dr. David Burns this course is a preclinical laboratory experience for predoctoral students, designed to introduce necessary clinical skills for dental implantology. Simulated activities include implant-related impression making and master cast fabrication, implant crown provisionalization, and implant overdenture treatment skills.

Clinic courses

Pros 739.01 Clinical Removable Prosthodontics 3

Directed by Dr. John Boyle this course begins the clinical portion of the dental program and includes treatment of clinical patients requiring Removable Prosthodontic care.

Pros 739.03 Clinical Fixed Prosthodontics 3

Directed by Dr. James Coffey this course begins skill development in the clinical portion of the dental program and is comprised of patients requiring Fixed Prosthodontic care.

Pros 749.01 Clinical Prosthodontics 4

Directed by Dr. James Coffey, this capstone course provides clinical experience in basic fundamental prosthodontic procedures, including diagnosis, management and treatment of patients in need of reconstructive fixed prosthodontic care.

Pros 700 Senior Selective in Prosthodontics

Directed by Dr. Sorin Uram-Tuculescu, this course provides students with experience treating patients with advanced prosthodontic needs.