NSU HPD Catalog 2021-2022

College of Dental Medicine—Postdoctoral Programs 529 also encompasses the surgical placement of implants, as well as laboratory work supported by state-of-the-art technology and dental materials. In addition to the postdoctoral core courses offered during the first year of the program, all postdoctoral prosthodontics residents are required to take the following courses: CDM 7300—Advanced Fixed Prosthodontics Course This course is designed to standardize and elevate the firstyear, advanced prosthodontics resident’s clinical and laboratory knowledge in Fixed Prosthodontics. Techniques and skills required at a laboratory level to prepare and fabricate diagnostic wax-ups, single crowns, fixed partial dentures, and provisionals will be covered. In addition, demonstrations and hands-on training are to be provided in the simulation laboratory on teeth preparations for indirect and direct restorations and electrosurgery techniques for tissue management. CDM 5001—Advanced Dental Materials This is an advanced course covering dental materials science, test methods, properties of dental materials, and clinical applications. CDM 7000—Advanced Didactic Prosthodontics I This course offers didactic instruction related to the diagnosis and treatment of the advanced prosthodontic patient. Residents will review the classic and current literature related to fixed, removable, and implant prosthodontics. Articles are selected and discussed among the residents and faculty members. Residents will learn to analyze, summarize, and apply the literature to their clinical practice. Ultimately, residents will learn how to elaborate comprehensive treatment plans based on evidence-based dentistry. CDM 6090—Advanced Clinical Prosthodontics I This course focuses on the clinical aspect of prosthodontics, including fixed, removable, and dental implant-related therapies. Residents provide comprehensive therapy beginning with the complete examination, diagnosis, treatment planning, and treatment of patients with advanced prosthetic needs. CDM 7100—Advanced Didactic Prosthodontics II This course offers didactic instruction related to diagnosis and treatment of advanced prosthodontic cases. Residents will be able to demonstrate integration of fixed, removable, and implant dentistry in comprehensive diagnosis and treatment planning. Residents will also review the classic and current literature related to advanced prosthodontics. Articles are selected and discussed among the residents and faculty members. Residents will learn to analyze and apply the literature to their clinical practice. Case presentations involving multidisciplinary patient care will integrate concepts in the comprehensive understanding and planning of advanced cases. CDM 6190—Advanced Clinical Prosthodontics II This course focuses on the clinical aspect of prosthodontics, including fixed, removable, and dental implant-related therapies. Residents provide comprehensive therapy beginning with the complete examination, diagnosis, treatment planning, and treatment of patients with advanced prosthetic needs. In addition, residents will start developing clinical skills relating to implant dentistry, including the placement andmaintenance of dental implants. CDM 7020—Advanced Didactic Prosthodontics III Residents will continue to review all the concepts related to diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment planning of the prosthodontic patient in areas of fixed, removable, and implant prosthetics. This didactic course will also offer instructions on surgical and nonsurgical treatment modalities, including implant therapy. CDM 6290—Advanced Clinical Prosthodontics III This course focuses on the clinical aspect of prosthodontics, including fixed, removable, and dental implant-related therapies. Residents provide comprehensive therapy beginning with the complete examination, diagnosis, treatment planning, and treatment of patients with advanced prosthetic needs. CDM 7120—Advanced Didactic Prosthodontics IV This course provides in-depth knowledge related to the diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of the advanced prosthodontic patient in areas of fixed, removable, and implant prosthodontics. Residents will continue reviewing the classic and current literature related to advanced prosthodontics. Articles are selected and discussed among the residents and faculty members. Residents will learn to analyze and apply the literature to their clinical practice. Case presentations involving multidisciplinary patient care will integrate concepts in the comprehensive understanding and planning of advanced cases. CDM 7010—Advanced Clinical Prosthodontics IV This course focuses on the clinical aspect of prosthodontics, including fixed, removable, and dental implant-related therapies. Residents provide comprehensive therapy beginning with the complete examination, diagnosis, treatment planning, and treatment of patients with advanced prosthetic needs. In addition, residents will start developing clinical skills relating to implant dentistry, including the placement andmaintenance of dental implants. CDM 7040—Advanced Didactic Prosthodontics V This course offers didactic instruction related to diagnosis and treatment of advanced prosthodontic cases. Residents will be able to demonstrate integration of fixed, removable, and implant dentistry in comprehensive diagnosis and treatment planning. Residents will also review the classic and current literature related to advanced prosthodontics. Articles are

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