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SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY
PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY

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PEDO 520 P-Pediatric Dentistry (4)
Introduction to clinical pediatric dentistry, including behavior management, oral diagnosis, preventive dentistry, dental anomalies, radiography, anesthesia, restorative procedures, pulpal therapy, interceptive orthodontics, and traumatic dental injuries of the child patient. Offered: S.

PEDO 550 P-Directed Studies in Pediatric Dentistry (*, max. 6)
See DPHS 449 for course description. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: S.

PEDO 560 Fundamentals of Pediatric Dentistry (1)
Preclinical laboratory, lecture course covering fundamentals of primary care in pediatric dentistry, including behavior management, dental emergencies, prevention, diagnosis and treatment planning, and infection control. Offered: S.

PEDO 570 Pediatric Dentistry Seminar I (2)
Series of seminars covering principles and theory of child development and behavior management for pediatric patient, including sedation, general anesthesia, and principles of informed consent, pathology of oral manifestations of diseases of children and adolescents, pediatric radiology, and use of computers in didactic, clinical, and research endeavors, and the scientific basis for the prevention and treatment of dental caries, periodontal disease, and developmental anomalies. Offered: S.

PEDO 571 Pediatric Dentistry Seminar II (2)
Series of seminars covering principles and theory of child development and behavior management for pediatric patient, including sedation, general anesthesia, and principles of informed consent, pathology of oral manifestations of diseases of children and adolescents, pediatric radiology, and use of computers in didactic, clinical, and research endeavors, and the scientific basis for the prevention and treatment of dental caries, periodontal disease, and developmental anomalies. Offered: A.

PEDO 572 Pediatric Dentistry Seminar III (2)
Series of seminars covering principles and theory of child development and behavior management for pediatric patient, including sedation, general anesthesia, and principles of informed consent, pathology of oral manifestations of diseases of children and adolescents, pediatric radiology, and use of computers in didactic, clinical, and research endeavors, and the scientific basis for the prevention and treatment of dental caries, periodontal disease, and developmental anomalies. Offered: W.

PEDO 573 Pediatric Dentistry Seminar IV (2)
Series of seminars covering principles and theory of child development and behavior management for pediatric patient, including sedation, general anesthesia, and principles of informed consent, pathology of oral manifestations of diseases of children and adolescents, pediatric radiology, and use of computers in didactic, clinical, and research endeavors, and the scientific basis for the prevention and treatment of dental caries, periodontal disease, and developmental anomalies. Offered: Sp.

PEDO 574 Pediatric Dentistry Seminar V (2)
Series of MCH (Maternal and Child Health) seminars covering principles and theory of child development and behavior management for pediatric patient, including sedation, general anesthesia, and principles of informed consent, pathology of oral manifestations of diseases of children and adolescents, pediatric radiology, and use of computers in didactic, clinical, and research endeavors, and the scientific basis for the prevention and treatment of dental caries, periodontal disease, and developmental anomalies. Offered: S.

PEDO 575 Pediatric Dentistry Seminar VI (2)
Series of MCH (Maternal and Child Health) seminars covering principles and theory of child development and behavior management for pediatric patient, including sedation, general anesthesia, and principles of informed consent, pathology of oral manifestations of diseases of children and adolescents, pediatric radiology, and use of computers in didactic, clinical, and research endeavors, and the scientific basis for the prevention and treatment of dental caries, periodontal disease, and developmental anomalies. Offered: A.

PEDO 576 Pediatric Dentistry Seminar VII (2)
Series of MCH (Maternal and Child Health) seminars covering principles and theory of child development and behavior management for pediatric patient, including sedation, general anesthesia, and principles of informed consent, pathology of oral manifestations of diseases of children and adolescents, pediatric radiology, and use of computers in didactic, clinical, and research endeavors, and the scientific basis for the prevention and treatment of dental caries, periodontal disease, and developmental anomalies. Offered: W.

PEDO 577 Pediatric Dentistry Seminar VIII (2)
Series of MCH (Maternal and Child Health) seminars covering principles and theory of child development and behavior management for pediatric patient, including sedation, general anesthesia, and principles of informed consent, pathology of oral manifestations of diseases of children and adolescents, pediatric radiology, and use of computers in didactic, clinical, and research endeavors, and the scientific basis for the prevention and treatment of dental caries, periodontal disease, and developmental anomalies. Offered: Sp.

PEDO 580 Developmental Disabilities Seminar (1)
Multidisciplinary approach to managing children with developmental disabilities. Offered: S.

PEDO 581 Developmental Disabilities Seminar (1)
Multidisciplinary approach to managing children with developmental disabilities. Offered: A.

PEDO 582 Developmental Disabilities Seminar (1)
Multidisciplinary approach to managing children with developmental disabilities. Offered: W.

PEDO 583 Developmental Disabilities Seminar (1)
Multidisciplinary approach to managing children with developmental disabilities. Offered: Sp.

PEDO 584 Pediatric Dentistry Seminar (2)
In-depth knowledge and understanding of the topics related to, and supportive, of, the clinical practice of pediatric dentistry.

PEDO 600 Independent Study or Research (*-)
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Offered: AW.

PEDO 610 Clinical Pediatric Dentistry (3)
Major clinical experience for graduate pediatric dental students in basic through advanced pediatric dentistry. Offered for the length of the program (two or three years) in the University of Washington pediatric dental program.

PEDO 630 P-Clinical Pediatric Dentistry (1-, max. 7)
Educational experiences in comprehensive clinical pediatric dentistry. Students register third and fourth years for 24 sessions in the pediatric dentistry clinic, a 3-day rotation at a community clinic, computer assisted clinical simulations, behavioral change projects, and a written analysis of videotaped patient/student clinic encounters. Offered: AWSpS.

PEDO 650 P-Pediatric Dentistry Extramurals (1-6, max. 6)
Clinical extramurals in the field of children's dentistry. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.

PEDO 660 P-Clinical Pediatric Dentistry (1-3, max. 3)
Clinical experience for graduate pediatric dental students in basic through advanced pediatric dentistry. Offered: S.

PEDO 661 P-Clinical Pediatric Dentistry (1-3, max. 3)
Clinical experience for graduate pediatric dental students in basic through advanced pediatric dentistry. Offered: A.

PEDO 662 P-Clinical Pediatric Dentistry (1-3, max. 3)
Clinical experience for graduate pediatric dental students in basic through advanced pediatric dentistry. Offered: W.

PEDO 663 P-Clinical Pediatric Dentistry (1-3, max. 3)
Clinical experience for graduate pediatric dental students in basic through advanced pediatric dentistry. Offered: Sp.

PEDO 664 P-Clinical Pediatric Dentistry (1-3, max. 3)
Clinical experience for graduate pediatric dental students in basic through advanced pediatric dentistry. Offered: S.

PEDO 665 P-Clinical Pediatric Dentistry (1-3, max. 3)
Clinical experience for graduate pediatric dental students in basic through advanced pediatric dentistry. Offered: A.

PEDO 666 P-Clinical Pediatric Dentistry (1-3, max. 3)
Clinical experience for graduate pediatric dental students in basic through advanced pediatric dentistry. Offered: W.

PEDO 667 P-Clinical Pediatric Dentistry (1-3, max. 3)
Clinical experience for graduate pediatric dental students in basic through advanced pediatric dentistry. Offered: Sp.

PEDO 668 Clinical Clerkship in Pediatric Dentistry: Yakima Valley (*, max. 5)
Comprehensive dental care for economically-disadvantaged children in a rural community health center. Offered: AWSpS.

PEDO 669 Supervised Clinical Teaching (1-3, max. 4)
Graduate pediatric dental students provide clinical instruction for predoctoral dental students by supervising clinical sessions. Offered: AWSpS.

PEDO 670 Hospital Pediatric Dentistry (1-3, max. 3)
Diagnosis, management, and treatment of patients with disabilities in Seattle Children's Hospital Dental Clinic. Offered: S.

PEDO 671 Hospital Pediatric Dentistry (1-3, max. 3)
Diagnosis, management, and treatment of patients with disabilities in Seattle Children's Hospital Dental Clinic. Offered: A.

PEDO 672 Hospital Pediatric Dentistry (1-3, max. 3)
Diagnosis, management, and treatment of patients with disabilities in Seattle Children's Hospital Dental Clinic. Offered: W.

PEDO 673 Hospital Pediatric Dentistry (1-3, max. 3)
Diagnosis, management, and treatment of patients with disabilities in Seattle Children's Hospital Dental Clinic. Offered: Sp.

PEDO 674 Hospital Pediatric Dentistry (1-3, max. 3)
Diagnosis, management, and treatment of patients with disabilities in Seattle Children's Hospital Dental Clinic. Offered: S.

PEDO 675 Hospital Pediatric Dentistry (1-3, max. 3)
Diagnosis, management, and treatment of patients with disabilities in Seattle Children's Hospital Dental Clinic. Offered: A.

PEDO 676 Hospital Pediatric Dentistry (1-3, max. 3)
Diagnosis, management, and treatment of patients with disabilities in Seattle Children's Hospital Dental Clinic. Offered: W.

PEDO 677 Hospital Pediatric Dentistry (1-3, max. 3)
Diagnosis, management, and treatment of patients with disabilities in Seattle Children's Hospital Dental Clinic. Offered: Sp.

PEDO 679 Care of the Disabled Pediatric Patient (1)
Clinical experiences in the management of disabled patients. Offered: S.

PEDO 680 Pediatric Dentistry under General Anesthesia (1-4, max. 4)
Clinical course involving preoperative assessment of comprehensive dental treatment under general anesthesia and follow-up care. Offered: S.

PEDO 681 Pediatric Dentistry under General Anesthesia (1-4, max. 4)
Clinical course involving preoperative assessment of comprehensive dental treatment under general anesthesia and follow-up care. Offered: A.

PEDO 682 Pediatric Dentistry under General Anesthesia (1-4, max. 4)
Clinical course involving preoperative assessment of comprehensive dental treatment under general anesthesia and follow-up care. Offered: W.

PEDO 683 Pediatric Dentistry under General Anesthesia (1-4, max. 4)
Clinical course involving preoperative assessment of comprehensive dental treatment under general anesthesia and follow-up care. Offered: Sp.

PEDO 684 Pediatric Dentistry under General Anesthesia (1-4, max. 4)
Clinical course involving preoperative assessment of comprehensive dental treatment under general anesthesia and follow-up care. Offered: S.

PEDO 685 Pediatric Dentistry under General Anesthesia (1-4, max. 4)
Clinical course involving preoperative assessment of comprehensive dental treatment under general anesthesia and follow-up care. Offered: A.

PEDO 686 Pediatric Dentistry under General Anesthesia (1-4, max. 4)
Clinical course involving preoperative assessment of comprehensive dental treatment under general anesthesia and follow-up care. Offered: W.

PEDO 687 Pediatric Dentistry under General Anesthesia (1-4, max. 4)
Clinical course involving preoperative assessment of comprehensive dental treatment under general anesthesia and follow-up care. Offered: Sp.

PEDO 690 Craniofacial Anomalies Clinic (1-4, max. 4)
Multidisciplinary clinic in which children with craniofacial anomalies are evaluated and complex treatment plans developed and assessed. Offered: A.

PEDO 691 Craniofacial Anomalies Clinic (1-4, max. 4)
Multidisciplinary clinic in which children with craniofacial anomalies are evaluated and complex treatment plans developed and assessed. Offered: W.

PEDO 692 Craniofacial Anomalies Clinic (1-4, max. 4)
Multidisciplinary clinic in which children with craniofacial anomalies are evaluated and complex treatment plans developed and assessed. Offered: Sp.

PEDO 693 Craniofacial Anomalies Clinic (1-4, max. 4)
Multidisciplinary clinic in which children with craniofacial anomalies are evaluated and complex treatment plans developed and assessed. Offered: S.

PEDO 694 Craniofacial Anomalies Clinic (1-4, max. 4)
Multidisciplinary clinic in which children with craniofacial anomalies are evaluated and complex treatment plans developed and assessed. Offered: A.

PEDO 695 Craniofacial Anomalies Clinic (1-4, max. 4)
Multidisciplinary clinic in which children with craniofacial anomalies are evaluated and complex treatment plans developed and assessed. Offered: W.

PEDO 696 Craniofacial Anomalies Clinic (1-4, max. 4)
Multidisciplinary clinic in which children with craniofacial anomalies are evaluated and complex treatment plans developed and assessed. Offered: Sp.

PEDO 697 Craniofacial Anomalies Clinic (1-4, max. 4)
Multidisciplinary clinic in which children with craniofacial anomalies are evaluated and complex treatment plans developed and assessed. Offered: S.

PEDO 699 Pediatric Orthodontic Clinic (1-4, max. 4)
Clinical orthodontic care for pediatric patients. Offered: AWSpS.