School of Dentistry
DSSD 7712 (Dental Pain and Emergencies) Course Description:
This course covers the diagnostic and treatment considerations for managing the patient in pain and other emergency problems encountered in general dentistry. It will examine dental conditions that cause pain. The skills achieved will enable the student to formulate a differential diagnosis of acute pain situations encountered in dental practice and describe an appropriate plan to treat those conditions. The knowledge base achieved during this course will be expanded during clinical patient care.
DISP 8120 (Endodontics III) Course Description:
The purpose of this course is to consider advanced concepts in the diagnosis and clinical management of endodontic disease. This course provides a continued foundation for the discussion of clinical events occurring in the student’s clinical practice of dentistry and endodontics.