DDS Curriculum

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DDS Periodontal Curriculum

In the past decade, the field of Periodontology has experienced rapid growth and important advances. As a result, dentists and their teams are experiencing an increase in their responsibility in the areas of the prevention and treatment of gingival and periodontal diseases.

The overall objectives of our periodontal curriculum is to prepare you as the future dental practitioner to:

  1. Recognize periodontal health.
  2. Recognize periodontal diseases.
  3. Prevent periodontal diseases.
  4. Develop the biological foundation and the clinical ability to treat patients with gingivitis, early and moderate periodontitis.
  5. Develop a referral program for patients exhibiting advanced periodontal diseases, and
  6. Learn how to organize and manage maintenance programs of periodontal health.

An outline of the periodontal curriculum is listed below.

 

Second Year Third Year Fourth Year
Periodontology I Lecture
DDS 6111, 1.5 Credits
Summer Semester
Bakdash & Faculty
Periodontology Clinic
Summer Semester
Bakdash & Faculty
Periodontology Clinic
Summer Semester
Bakdash & Faculty
Periodontology Technique
DDS 6112, 2.0 Credits
Fall Semester
Bakdash, Danielson & Faculty
Periodontology Clinic
Fall Semesters
Bakdash & Faculty
Periodontology Honor Elective
DDS 6640, 2.0 Credits
Summer Semester
Hinrichs & Faculty
  Periodontology III Lecture
DDS 6113, 1.5 Credits
Spring Semester
Bakdash & Faculty
Periodontology Clinic
Fall Semester
Bakdash & Faculty
  Periodontology Clinic
Spring Semester
Bakdash & Faculty
Periodontology Clinic
DDS 6122, 4.0 Credits
Spring Semester
Bakdash & Faculty
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