NSU HPD Catalog 2021-2022

530 College of Dental Medicine—Postdoctoral Programs 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 7110—Advanced Clinical Prosthodontics V 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 7140—Advanced Didactic Prosthodontics VI This course will offer advanced didactic information in the diagnosis and treatment of the advanced prosthodontic patient. Multidisciplinary approaches and modalities will be covered and instructed. This course offers a complete program on diagnosis, treatment planning, prognosis, andmaintenance of comprehensive and prosthetically involved patients. Patient management and patient communication will be emphasized. Practice management will also be covered. CDM 7210—Advanced Clinical Prosthodontics VI (CRN 10043) 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 7030—Advanced Clinical Prosthodontics VII (CRN 7030) 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 7130—Advanced Clinical Prosthodontics VIII (CRN 40448) 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. Anticipated Expenses Equipment costs for each programwill be equal to or less than the average for all U.S. dental schools. Admissions Requirements— Postdoctoral Programs The College of Dental Medicine selects postdoctoral students based on application content, academic record, letters of recommendation, test scores (if applicable), and personal interview. Most of the postdoctoral programs utilize the PASS application process, with the exception of endodontics. Applicants are required to complete an NSU College of Dental Medicine application for postdoctoral students for all specialties. Applicants should refer to dental.nova.edu for program-specific requirements. Prior to matriculation, applicants must have completed a D.M.D., D.D.S., or an equivalent degree. Application Procedures Applicants must send all required materials listed to Nova Southeastern University Enrollment Processing Services College of Dental Medicine, Office of Admissions 3301 College Avenue, P.O. Box 299000 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33329-9905 The deadlines for applications vary by program and can be found on the admissions website (dental.nova.edu). Applicants must complete and submit an application along with the appropriate documentation to the ADEA Postdoctoral Application Support Service (PASS) system. Applications are available online at adea.org/pass/. Please note that, if an official course-by-course evaluation of the applicant’s official transcript is necessary, ADEA PASS will accept only evaluations byWorld Education Services, Inc. or Education Credential Evaluators, Inc. The postdoctoral Endodontics Program requires applications to be submitted directly to NSU and not through the PASS system. The NSU/College of Dental Medicine Applicationwill be the only application completed and submitted for this program. All applicants must submit • t he completed NSU/College of Dental Medicine application for postdoctoral students • a nonrefundable application fee of $50 • official test scores, if applicable – A EGD applicants will need to submit National Board scores. – O rthodontic program applicants will need to submit Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores. – O ral and Maxillofacial Surgery applicants will need to submit National Board of Medical Examiners Comprehensive Basic Science Examination scores.

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