NSU HPD Catalog 2021-2022

512 College of Dental Medicine CDM 3277—Digital Dentistry: CAD/CAM and 3-D Printing Technologies This combined lecture and laboratory course in digital dentistry presents the theory and practical application of the use of CAD/CAM digital dentistry, 3-D Printing, and other emerging restorative technologies. Students will learn about the various systems for digital impression making and manufacture of restorations in the digital-assisted practice of the 21st century, including the CEREC OmniCam and PrimeScan (Dentsply/ Sirona), 3Shape Trios (3M), iTero (Align Technologies), Encode (Zimmer Biomet), Form Labs, and EnvisionTec, as well as other emerging systems. The laboratory component of the course will incorporate tooth preparations, digital impressions on natural teeth and implants, and completing the final restoration. Students will learn the theory and application of CAD/CAM technologies and 3-D printing to fabricate single crowns, inlays, onlays, implant crowns, and other prostheses. CDM 4410—Clinical Fixed Prosthodontics This clinical experience consists of preparing and placing anterior and posterior fixed partial dentures and single coronal restorations. Restorations may be of full gold, metalceramic, all ceramic, or CAD/CAM generated. Restorations on implants are an integral part of the clinical experience. All clinical treatment is accomplished under the direct supervision of faculty members. CDM 4411—Clinical Removable Prosthodontics Clinical application of preclinical skills in complete and removable partial dentures, overdentures on teeth, and implants are accomplished on patients. All patients are treated in the comprehensive care format with emphasis on the whole head and neck. All clinical treatment is accomplished under the direct supervision of faculty members. CDM 412H—Honors Program in Prosthodontics Advanced students with a high interest in prosthodontics attend advanced prosthodontic seminars and gain advanced experience in clinical prosthodontics, treating more complex patients. CDM 4898—Clinic Extension II This course is for students needing to complete requirements. CDM 4899—Clinical Extension III This course is for students needing to complete requirements. Department of Restorative Sciences and Public Health Dentistry—Chair and Associate Professor: E. Kilinc | Predoctoral Co-Clinical Director and Associate Professor: R. Gaines | AEGD Postgraduate Program Director and Assistant Professor: C. Robinson | Associate Professor: A. Brodie | Assistant Professors: A. Amini, A. Bezerra, R. Block, E. Chiang, R. Dobrin, A. Duarte, P. Fleisher, M. Georgescu, C. Gonzalez, T. Gonzalez, H. Gordon, M. Gutierrez, S. Hack, P. Keller, G. Kolos, M. Madera, M. Meskow, V. Noce, P. Papatzimas, P. Pugliese, H. Quinton, J. Rodriguez, M. Schweizer, J. Shiffman, R. Vogel | Adjunct Faculty Members: N. Bidkar, Y. Del Arca, R. Dulay, M. Faisal, E. Fellows, J. Garber, R. Jabarry, F. Jimenez, S. Kanowitz, R. Lev, N. Levy, A. Neto, H. Panahi, J. Ruble, B. Tandy, J. Vazquez Garcia, J. Velasco, J. Velazquez CDM 1015—Clinical Experience I This clinical rotation in the D1 fall semester provides the student with early exposure and experience in the professional clinical dental environment, including observation of diagnostic methods, dental procedures, and patient-student-faculty interaction. D1 students are instructed in basic dental assisting skills and infection control principles, and may have the opportunity to implement these skills while assisting D3 and D4 students in the CDM predoctoral clinics. The content and experience in this course will be integrated with the content in the following courses: Ethics and Professionalism and Multidisciplinary Introduction to Record Keeping. CDM 1016—Clinical Rotation II This clinical rotation in the D1 winter and D2 summer semesters gives the student continued and expanded exposure to the clinical dental environment in the CDM clinics. During this rotation, the D1 student’s knowledge of biomedical science, dental procedures, instrumentation, and record keeping is further integrated with the clinical setting. The content and experience in this course will be integrated with the content in the following courses: Ethics and Professionalism and Multidisciplinary Introduction to Record Keeping. CDM 1050 and CDM 1051—Ethics and Professionalism These courses will provide students with an awareness of the ethical issues in the dental profession and expected behavior at the College of Dental Medicine. In addition, students will develop an understanding of the impact of various ethical issues and communication skills in dental education and clinical practice. The content in these courses will be integrated with the content in Clinic Experience I and II and Multidisciplinary Introduction to Record Keeping. CDM 1135—Multidisciplinary Introduction to Dental Record Keeping This course gives first-year dental students hands-on experience in completing electronic dental treatment records. Students receive one lecture presentation on the importance and techniques of proper record keeping and one lecture on normal anatomic oral structures. One computer lab session is provided where students will learn components of the axiUm electronic health record, including recording of odontologic findings, clinical findings, codes, notes, and use of the personal planner. In the clinical setting, students create and complete a treatment record, includingmedical history, hard and soft tissue examination, and a treatment note, while working in pairs with

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