NSU HPD Catalog 2021-2022

College of Dental Medicine—Postdoctoral Programs 525 CDM 5070 Clinical Orthodontics IV CDM 5170 Clinical Orthodontics V CDM 5350 Clinical Orthodontics VI CDM 5360 Clinical Orthodontics VII CDM 5370 Clinical Orthodontics VIII CDM 5380 Clinical Orthodontics IX CDM 5390 Clinical Orthodontics X CDM 5400 Clinical Orthodontics XI Clinical Orthodontics I–XI These courses comprise the clinical component of the postgraduate orthodontic curriculum. Students will incorporate the knowledge gained from didactic studies as they provide orthodontic services for patients with a broad variety of malocclusions. Patients with typical malocclusions— those requiring early treatment, dentofacial orthopedics, orthognathic surgery, and/or interdisciplinary care—are selected as educational models. Techniques focus on standard edgewise technique including pre-torqued and pre-angulated brackets and lingual orthodontics. Various types of treatment approaches are presented. Orthodontic Didactic The orthodontic didactic courses include courses and seminars offered each semester. The courses follow the didactic process, fully developing a state-of-the-art understanding of contemporary orthodontics while being deeply built upon, the specialty’s historic foundations. The structure of the orthodontic didactic component of the curriculum continually contributes to residents developing a knowledge base, including evidence-based science, of sufficient depth and breadth necessary for proficiency in modern orthodontics. CDM 5060—Orthodontic Didactic I The first year, summer semester, didactic course curriculum consists of specialized course seminars includingCephalometrics, Biomechanics I, Introduction to Clinical Orthodontics, Management of TMJ Disorders, Tweed Wire Bending, and the Graduate Research Seminar I. Each seminar series provides an in-depth approach to the specific subject matter, with seminar syllabi outlining seminar topics, assignments, and outcome assessment of student learning. CDM 5160—Orthodontic Didactic II The first year, fall semester, didactic course curriculum consists of specialized course seminars including Biomechanics II, Graduate Research Seminar II, Introduction to Orthodontics, reading, and science. Each seminar series provides an in-depth approach to the specific subject matter, with seminar syllabi outlining seminar topics, assignments, and outcome assessment of student learning. CDM 5080—Orthodontic Didactic III The first year, winter semester, didactic course curriculum consists of specialized course seminars including Orthodontic Theory I (which focuses on the application of theory to diagnosis and treatment planning), Craniofacial Growth and Development, and History of Orthodontics. Each seminar series provides an in-depth approach to the specific subject matter, with seminar syllabi outlining seminar topics, assignments, and outcome assessments of student learning. CDM 5180—Orthodontic Didactic IV The first year, spring semester, didactic course curriculum consists of specialized course seminars including Orthodontic Theory II, which focuses on the application of theory to diagnosis and treatment planning, and the Early Orthodontic Treatment seminar. Each seminar series provides an in-depth approach to the specific subject matter, with seminar syllabi outlining seminar topics, assignments, and outcome assessments of student learning. CDM 5361—Orthodontic Didactic V The second year, fall semester, didactic course curriculum consists of specialized course seminars including Orthodontic Theory III, which focuses on the application of theory to diagnosis and treatment planning; Orthodontics and Interdisciplinary Diagnosis and Treatment Planning I; and Surgical Orthodontics I. Each seminar series provides an in-depth approach to the specific subject matter, with seminar syllabi outlining seminar topics, assignments, and outcome assessments of student learning. CDM 5351—Orthodontic Didactic VI The second year, winter semester, didactic course curriculum consists of specialized course seminars including Orthodontic Theory IV, which focuses on the application of theory to diagnosis and treatment planning; Orthodontics and Interdisciplinary Diagnosis and Treatment Planning II; and Surgical Orthodontics II. Each seminar series provides an in-depth approach to the specific subject matter, with seminar syllabi outlining seminar topics, assignments, and outcome assessments of student learning. CDM 5362—Orthodontic Didactic VII The second year, spring semester, didactic course curriculum consists of specialized course seminars including Orthodontic Theory V, which focuses on the application of theory to diagnosis and treatment planning, and Orthodontics and Interdisciplinary Diagnosis and Treatment Planning III. Each seminar series provides an in-depth approach to the specific subject matter, with seminar syllabi outlining seminar topics, assignments, and outcome assessments of student learning. CDM 5371—Orthodontic Didactic VIII The third year, fall semester, didactic course curriculum consists of specialized course seminars including Orthodontic Theory VI, which focuses on the application of theory to diagnosis and treatment planning, and Orthodontics and Interdisciplinary Diagnosis and Treatment Planning IV. Each seminar series

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