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SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY
DENTISTRY
DENTAL GENERAL PRACTICE

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DENTGP 650 Advanced Topics in General Dentistry (3)
Faculty members from multiple departments participate with senior dental students in this course, which includes clinical practice management; ethics and jurisprudence; and coordinated multidisciplinary care; incorporating diagnosis and treatment planning; medical and surgical management; restorative dentistry; prosthodontics; implant dentistry; periodontics; endodontics; and orthodontics. Offered: S.
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DENTGP 652 Comprehensive General Dentistry 1 (7)
Immersion in group practice atmosphere that simulates general dental practice. Students will provide comprehensive dental care to patients of all ages and stages of life in UWSOD general practice clinic and the Center for Pediatric Dentistry. Offered: S.
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DENTGP 653 Treatments of Patients with Special Needs 1 (2)
Exposes students to the assessment process and treatment strategies for successful management of patients with developmental and acquired disabilities, medically complex patients, geriatric patients, and anxious, fearful, or phobic patients in a variety of treatment settings, including clinical, hospital, and extramural (nursing home or senior center). Credit/no-credit only. Offered: S.
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DENTGP 654 Dental Urgent and Emergent Care 1 (2)
Advanced instruction and clinical practice in the diagnosis and management of patients requiring urgent and emergent dental care as well as patients needing assessment and care in the discipline of oral medicine. Includes clinical rotations in oral maxillofacial radiology and oral medicine specialty clinics. Offered: S.
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DENTGP 655 Service Learning Rotation (6) P. HOWELL
Students practice clinical dentistry for 4 weeks at a designate rural and/or underscored community health center. The student further develops an understanding of cultural competence by analyzing and reflecting on the social and cultural factors that contribute to the oral health needs of these diverse populations. Offered: AWSpS.
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DENTGP 660 Advanced Topics in General Dentistry 2 (3)
Includes clinical practice management; ethics and jurisprudence; and coordinated multidisciplinary care. Incorporates diagnosis and treatment planning; medical and surgical management; restorative dentistry; prosthodontics; implant dentistry; periodontics; endodontics; and orthodontics. Offered: A.
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DENTGP 662 Comprehensive General Dentistry 2 (7)
Immersion in group practice atmosphere that simulates general dental practice. Students will provide comprehensive dental care to patients of all ages and stages of life in the UWSOD general practice clinic and the Center for Pediatric Dentistry. Offered: A.
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DENTGP 663 Treatments of Patients with Special Needs 2 (2) K. ESPINOZA
Exposes students to the assessment process and treatment strategies for successful management of patients with developmental and acquired disabilities, medically complex patients, geriatric patients, and anxious, fearful, or phobic patients in a variety of treatment settings, including clinical, hospital, and extramural (nursing home or senior center). Credit/no-credit only. Offered: A.
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DENTGP 664 Dental Urgent and Emergent Care 2 (2)
Advanced instruction and clinical practice in the diagnosis and management of patients requiring urgent and emergent dental care as well as patients needing assessment and care in the discipline of oral medicine. Includes clinical rotations in oral maxillofacial radiology and oral medicine specialty clinics. Offered: A.
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DENTGP 665 4th Year Clinical Competencies Part I (1)
Includes critical thinking; ethics, and professionalism; practice management; dental emergencies; pediatric and geriatric dentistry, orthodontics; and dental/medical emergencies. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: A.
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DENTGP 670 Advanced Topics in General Dentistry 3 (3)
Faculty members from multiple departments will participate with senior dental students in this active learning course, which will inch clinical practice management, ethics and jurisprudence, and coordinated multidisciplinary care, incorporating diagnosis and treatment planning, medical and surgical management, restorative dentistry, prosthodontics, implant dentistry, periodontics, endodontics, and orthodontics. Online content emphasized. Offered: W.
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DENTGP 672 Comprehensive General Dentistry 3 (7)
Immersion in group practice atmosphere that simulates general dental practice. Students will provide comprehensive dental care to patients of all ages and stages of life in the UWSOD general practice clinic and the Center for Pediatric Dentistry. Offered: W.
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DENTGP 673 Treatments of Patients with Special Needs 3 (2)
Exposes students to the assessment process and treatment strategies for successful management of patients with developmental and acquired disabilities, medically complex patients, geriatric patients, and anxious, fearful, or phobic patients in a variety of treatment settings, including clinical, hospital, and extramural (nursing home or senior center). Credit/no-credit only. Offered: W.
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DENTGP 674 Dental Urgent and Emergent Care 3 (2)
Advanced instruction and clinical practice in the diagnosis and management of patients requiring urgent and emergent dental care as well as patients needing assessment and care in the discipline of oral medicine. Includes clinical rotations in oral maxillofacial radiology and oral medicine specialty clinics. Offered: W.
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DENTGP 680 Advanced Topics in General Dentistry 4 (3)
Faculty members from multiple departments will participate with senior dental students in this active learning course, which will inch clinical practice management, ethics and jurisprudence, and coordinated multidisciplinary care, incorporating diagnosis and treatment planning, medical and surgical management, restorative dentistry, prosthodontics, implant dentistry, periodontics, endodontics, and orthodontics. Online content emphasized. Offered: Sp.
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DENTGP 682 Comprehensive General Dentistry 4 (7)
Immersion in group practice atmosphere that simulates general dental practice. Students will provide comprehensive dental care to patients of all ages and stages of life in the UWSOD general practice clinic and the Center for Pediatric Dentistry. Offered: Sp.
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DENTGP 683 Treatments of Patients with Special Needs 4 (2)
Exposes students to the assessment process and treatment strategies for successful management of patients with developmental and acquired disabilities, medically complex patients, geriatric patients, and anxious, fearful, or phobic patients in a variety of treatment settings, including clinical, hospital, and extramural (nursing home or senior center). Credit/no-credit only. Offered: Sp.
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DENTGP 684 Dental Urgent and Emergent Care 4 (2)
Advanced instruction and clinical practice in the diagnosis and management of patients requiring urgent and emergent dental care as well as patients needing assessment and care in the discipline of oral medicine. Includes clinical rotations in oral maxillofacial radiology and oral medicine specialty clinics. Offered: Sp.
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DENTGP 685 4th Year Clinical Competencies Part 2 (1)
In part 2 of this course, students will demonstrate competency as defined by UWSOD and CODA (Standards 2.9, 2.14, 2.16, 2.17, 2.18, 2.19, 2.20, 2.21, 2.22, 2.23 A through O, and 2.24). Students will also demonstrate global competency to practice dentistry. Offered: Sp.
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