Dental - Oral Surgery (DOSP)

DOSP 770 Oral Surgery L

This lecture-based course provides students exposure to all aspects of the wide and varied scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery. The course promotes the integration of the basic sciences and medicine into the daily practice of oral and maxillofacial surgery and dentistry.

Activity: Lecture

2.25 Credit Hours

DOSP 772 Oral Surgery Clinic

Students perform uncomplicated exodontia and minor pre-prothetic surgical procedures that are approved by the clnical instructors, assist the instructors in complicated surgical procedures, and observe the administration of intravenous sedation and general anesthesia.

Activity: Clinic

1.0 Credit Hour

DOSP 872 Oral Surgery Clinic

Students perform uncomplicated exodontia and minor pre-prosthetic surgical procedures that are approved the the clinical instructors, assist the instructors in complicated surgical procedures, and observe the administration of intravenous sedation and general anesthesia. The bulk of the students' clinical experience is delivered in a continous 2-week block. This type of experience enables students to better understand the delivery of surgical care.

Activity: Clinic

2.0 Credit Hours