Graduate Program in Periodontics

Graduate Program in Periodontics

Description

The Periodontics Graduate Program at the University of Detroit Mercy is a 35-month full-time comprehensive program that offers a Certificate in Periodontics with an option for Master of Science. The curriculum has been developed so that upon completion, the student will have attained:

  • Competency in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of periodontal diseases.
  • Competency in non-surgical and surgical treatment modalities.
  • Competency in the placement and maintenance of dental implants.
  • Competency in the management of medically compromised patients.
  • Competency in advanced oral plastic surgical procedures.
  • Competency in the use of advanced information technological systems.
  • Competency in the administration of parental conscious sedation and advanced cardiac life support.
  • Competency in the scientific and evidence-based management of patient care.
  • The didactic knowledge, as well as the diagnostic, treatment, and maintenance skills necessary for successful completion of the American Board of Periodontology examination.
  • The knowledge and skills necessary to prepare the student for a successful clinical practice, or a position in academics or research.
All of our students are encouraged to actively pursue certification with the American Board of Periodontology.  To help prepare them for Part 1 of the ABP examination, we participate in the annual American Academy of Periodontology In-Service Examination.  In addition, each student gives a formal case presentation at the end of each year of the three-year program, these case presentations are modeled after the format set by the ABP for their examination.

 

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    Commitment

    Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry, as a part of the continuing tradition of Catholic education, is committed to provide quality dental care to our patients and to serve as a source of information and education to the community.

    Through our dedication to excellence in teaching and research, the School of Dentistry strives to develop technically and diagnostically skilled, scientifically based, socially and ethically sensitive dental professionals who are committed to continued professional growth and development.

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    Goals

    The goal of the postdoctoral certificate program in Periodontology is to guide residents as they achieve their goal of becoming highly skilled specialists who will take their place in and make their contribution to our diverse society. The program will provide residents a wide range of experiences and depth of study that will prepare them for clinical practice, research and teaching. The program will provide a context in which residents may develop ethical and cultural competence (a set of behaviors, attitudes and policies that enables the professional to work effectively in multi-cultural situations, thereby enhancing outcomes). The program is designed to meet the eligibility requirements of the American Dental Association for specialization in periodontics and will prepare residents for the certification examinations given by the American Board of Periodontology.

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    Periodontics Admission Policies

    Requirements

    Applicants must have a DMD/DDS from a dental education program accredited by the American Dental Association Council on Dental Accreditation or an equivalent international entity.

    Applicants must have a U.S. citizenship or permanent residency in the United States of America.

    Applicants should have successfully completed part I of the National Board Examination prior to applying for admission and must complete part II before they can begin the program.

    Applicants should submit a recent photo, curriculum vitae, personal statement and at least three letters of recommendation.

    Advanced Dental Admissions Test (ADAT) is recommended but not required.

    Candidates for admission should posses good academic credentials and should demonstrate a definite interest in periodontics. Additional experience beyond dental school including internships, private practice, etc. will strengthen the applicant's credentials.

    Apply

    Application process through the Postdoctoral Application Support Service program (PASS).

    The Department of Periodontology and Dental Hygiene at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry accepts three students each year into the graduate program. Applications for admissions to the periodontic program will be available in May through

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    The application must be completed and returned to PASS by November 2nd of the year preceding your desired registration. The completed PASS application should include all documents requested by PASS. On the PASS website is a connecting link to the University of Detroit Mercy's Periodontic program.

    Detroit Mercy is committed to the principle of equal opportunity for all regardless of age, sex, race, creed, national or ethic origin, handicap, weight and sexual preference.

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    Periodontics Program Fees and Expenses

    Applicants who are deemed acceptable by the Graduate Periodontics Admissions Committee are appointed for a personal interview. Applicants will be informed as to the decision of the Admissions Committee within two weeks of the interview. Upon written notification of acceptance into the program, the applicant must send a deposit fee of $2,500.00 within 10 days or he/she automatically loses his/her reserved place. This deposit fee is applied to the first term tuition; however, it is non-refundable should the applicant withdraw his/her acceptance prior to the start of the program.   If a student withdraws on or after June 26, he/she will be responsible for 25 percent of first term's tuition and 100 percent of assessed fees. 

    The following chart shows the estimated cost of three years of study leading to a Certificate in Periodontics and a Master of Science at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry.

    *FEES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. IT IS ANTICIPATED THAT THE COSTS OF TUITION AND BOOKS WILL INCREASE COMMENSURATE WITH INFLATION, BUDGET NEEDS OR SIMILAR AFFECTING FACTORS. CURRENT COST ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.*

    Perio I: Class of 2024*

    Tuition $86,500.00
    Dental Materials & Instrument Rental $7,000.00
    Dental Health Insurance Fee $2,846.00
    Dental Equipment Purchases $4,200.00
    Dental IT Fee $1,830.00
    Equipment Replacement Fee $200.00
    Credential Fee $46.00
    Subtotal $102,622
    Minus Tuition Deposit -$2,500
    Estimated Total $100,122

    Perio II: Class of 2023*

    Tuition $86,500.00
    Dental Materials & Instrument Rental $7,000.00
    Dental Health Insurance Fee $2,846.00
    Dental IT Fee $400.00
    Equipment Replacement Fee $200.00
    Total $96,946.00

    Perio III: Class of 2022*

    Tuition $80,740.00
    Dental Materials & Instrument Rental $7,000.00
    Dental Health Insurance Fee $2,846.00
    Dental IT Fee $400.00
    Equipment Replacement Fee $200.00
    Total $96,946.00


    *All post-graduate students must have health insurance coverage or must enroll in the University plan provided through Aetna Health Insurance Policy; for the Waive/Enroll process go to: www.aetnastudenthealth.com.  Fees are subject to change without notice. It is anticipated that the costs of tuition and books will increase commensurate with inflation, budget needs, or similar affecting factors. Current costs are available upon request.

    Gainful Employment Disclosure

    Occupational Employment Statistics
    Standard Occupational Classification: 29.1021.00

    Regulations of the US Department of Education (DOE) require institutions of higher education to disclose program cost, median loan debt, on-time completion rate, and (as available) graduate job placement information about non-degree certificate programs that prepare students for “gainful employment,” as a condition of receiving federal student aid under Title IV of the Higher Education Act. Pursuant to those regulations, Detroit Mercy SOD makes the following disclosures.

    1st year costs (based on 2021-22 actual costs)
    Tuition: $86,500.00
    Books, Fees, Insurance and Instrument Rental: $16,122.00
    TOTAL: $102,122.00

    Approximate Tuition and Fees for the three-year program is $94,000.  Room and board: $67,272 (total figure for three years, assuming on-time completion of the program, based on amounts budgeted for room and board by Detroit Mercy Dental Office of Financial Aid). 

    All financial aid applicants are required to file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Please contact Angela Orlando, Financial Aid Coordinator, School of Dentistry, for more information.

    Grants

    Michigan residents studying at Detroit Mercy Dental may qualify for the Michigan Tuition Grant, a need-based grant given to Michigan residents who show eligibility. The amount of the grant may vary; the current maximum award is $2,000.00  To apply, complete FASFA. 

    Loans

    Educational loans are available to help meet the cost of education, including living expenses if necessary. A complete FASFA is required before the Financial Aid Coordinator can certify a loan application. Graduate Plus loans and Federal Unsubsidized Stafford loans combined allow you to borrow up to $200,000.00 per academic year. For the Federal Stafford Subsidized loans, the government will pay the interest on the loan while you are in school; the interest rate varies annually and as of June 29, 2021, the interest rate will be 5.28%. This is subject to change after July 1, 2021.

    A variety of other education loans are available to credit worthy applicants who need additional funding to help meet expenses. Applicants are encouraged to borrow from the same lender as they have in the past. Applications are available from your lender or the Financial Aid office. Additional information can be obtained from the School of Dentistry Financial Aid coordinator:

    Ms. Angela Orlando
    Phone: 313-494-6617

    Office of Financial Aid
    University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry
    Office #460
    2700 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
    Detroit, MI, 48208-2576

    Because fewer than 10 students have been enrolled in this program in applicable years, DOE excuses Detroit Mercy SOD from disclosing (and urges that Detroit Mercy SOD should not disclose) median loan debt amounts and on-time completion rate information, in order to protect student privacy. See Gainful Employment FAQ.

    Institutions must disclose job placement information only if they collect such information about graduates for another reason (for example, for accreditation purposes). Detroit Mercy SOD does not collect job placement information and so does not disclose it here.

    For information on St. John's stipends, click here to see the benefits table.

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    Objectives and Curriculum

    Objectives by Year

    During the first year, students begin the summer semester with didactic courses as part of the core curriculum. These include advanced head and neck anatomy and embryology, microbiology, ethics, epidemiology pharmacology, and  introduction to teaching Periodontics. Students receive a major part of the didactic training, and learn to employ all of the diagnostic and therapeutic techniques employed in clinical Periodontics on the patients assigned to them during the course of their first year in the program. The students' clinical experiences are enhanced by in-depth reviews of both current and classic periodontal literature throughout their training, beginning in the first year.

    At the end of the first year of training, the students spend two weeks in general anesthesia rotation in the Department of Anesthesiology at Macomb Hospital and one week in the Department of Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) at Oakland and Botsford Hospitals, St. John's Health Systems. The students also receive training in Advanced Cardiac Life Support and attend a didactic course in Light Parental Conscious Sedation during the early part of their first year.  Additionally students receive didactic and hands-on training in implant dentistry. 

    The second year is devoted to comprehensive treatment of complex cases, further acquisition of an in-depth knowledge of the periodontal literature, and refinement of skills in the more sophisticated treatment techniques.

    During the third year, students conduct in-depth reviews of current technologies and topics of current interest in Periodontics. Clinical skills in Periodontics and IV sedation are refined and results of therapy are carefully analyzed.

    In addition to clinical experience in the dental school, each Periodontics graduate student assists in hospital oral surgical procedures.  All students are encouraged to initiate a research project in their first year and have their manuscript published in a peer-reviewed journal before their anticipated graduation date.

    Certification

    All of our residents are encouraged to actively pursue certification with the American Board of Periodontology. To help prepare them for Part I of the ABP examination, we participate in the annual American Academy of Periodontology In-service Examinations.  In addition, each resident gives a formal case presentation at the end of each year of the three-year program. These case presentations are modeled after the format set by the ABP for their examinations.

    PERIODONTIC POST GRADUATE CURRICULUM

    Three-year curriculum: July 1st to June 30th of third year                                                   

    Periodontic SUMMER TERM First Year

    Course #

    Course Title

    Course Director

    Credit Hours

    DBS 5010

    Head & Neck Anatomy

    (Lecture + Lab)

    Course Dir: M. Ahmad

    B. Kinaia, F. Plaza, B. Juday

    2

    DPE 5010

    Digital Photography

    Course Dir: D. Sherman

    DEF

    DPE 5020

    Clinical Periodontics

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: A. Neely, D. Sherman, M. Haddow, T. Thompson-Sloan, A. Janic, Z. Zhou

    DEF

    DPE 5030

    Periodontic Case Review (Seminar-Facilitated)

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: Z. Zhou, M. Haddow,

    DEF

    DPE 5050

    Current Literature Seminar

    (Seminar-Facilitated)

    Course Dir: A. Neely, Z. Zhou

    DEF

    DPE 5380 Implant Literature Review and In-Service Preparation

    Course Dir: A. Janic

    Faculty: B. Kinaia, A. Gupta

    TOTAL

    2.5

     

    Periodontic FALL TERM First Year

    Course #

    Course Title

    Course Director

    Credit Hours

    DBS 5140

    Microbiology & Immunology I

    (Lecture-Facilitated)

    Course Dir: D. Fischer

    Faculty: J. Thomson, E. Krukonis

    2

    DBS 5170

    Oral Pathology (Lecture-Facilitated)

    Course Dir: J. Ojha, J. Geist

    3

    DOD 5910

    Basic Research Methodology (Lecture)

    Course Dir: R. Al-Qawasmi

    1

    DPE 5040

    Periodontic Literature Review I

    Course Dirs: Z. Zhou

    2

    DPE 5010

    Digital Photography

    Course Dir: D. Sherman

    0.1

    DPE 5020

    Clinical Periodontics

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: A. Neely, D. Sherman, M. Haddow, T. Thompson-Sloan, D. Darany, M. Wojick, S. Zakaria

    DEF

    DPE 5030

    Periodontic Case Review

    (Seminar-Facilitated)

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: M. Haddow, Z. Zhou

    DEF

    DPE 5050

    Current Literature Seminar

    A. Neely, Z. Zhou

    DEF

    DPE 5060

    Introduction to Periodontics I

    (Facilitated)

    Course Dir: D. Sherman, Faculty: M. Haddow, A. Janic, L. Dobis, V. Rodriguiz, S. Zakaraia, Z. Zhou, H. Arbab, MCampos

    1.5

    DPE 5120

    Conscious Sedation

    (Lecture + Lab)

    Course Dir: M. Haddow

    Faculty: C. Sordyl, R. Blumberg, L. Morgan

    6

    DPE 5230

    Introduction to Teaching Periodontics

    (Lecture + Online)

    Course Dir: T. Thompson, M. Verdusco

    1

    DPE 5380 Implant Literature Review and In-service Preparation

    Course Dir: A. Janic

    Faculty: B. Kinaia, A. Neely, A. Gupta

    DEF

    TOTALS

    16.6

     

    Periodontic WINTER TERM First Year

    Course #

    Course Title

    Course Director

    Credit Hours

    DRD 5270

    Orofacial Pain

    Course Dir: F. Plaza Villegas

    0.5

    DSD 5111

    Ethics & Professional Responsibility

    Course Dir: P. Zarkowski

    1

    DBS 5750

    Microbiology & Immunology II

    Course Dir: E. Krukonis

    2

    DOD 5920

    Basic Research Methods Biostatistics

    Course Dir: R. Al-Qawasmi

    2

    DPE 5020

    Clinical Periodontics

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: A Neely, D. Sherman, M. Haddow, T. Thompson-Sloan, M. Wojick,  Z. Zhou, A. Janic, M. Kitto

    8

    DPE 5030

    Periodontic Case Review

    (Seminar – Facilitated)

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: M. Haddow, Z. Zhou

    3

    DPE 5050

    Current Literature Seminar

    Course Dirs: A. Neely, Z.  Zhou

    3

    DPE 5180

    Periodontic Literature Review II

    Course Dirs: A. Janic, Z. Zhou

    Faculty: N. Kapadia

    2

    DPE 5140

    Introduction to Periodontics II

    Course Dir: D. Sherman, A. Janic

    Faculty: M. Haddow, L. Dobis, Z. Zhou, M. Campos, L. Cabanilla, K. Hope, M. Lamble, K. Chokski

    1.5

    DSD 5250

    Tobacco Intervention for Dentistry

    Course Dir: J. Loewen, J. Geist

    DEF

    DPE 5380 Implant Literature Review and In-service Preparation

    Course Dir: A. Janic

    Faculty: B. Kinaia,  A. Gupta

    3

    TOTALS

    26

     

    Periodontic SUMMER TERM Second Year

    Course #

    Course Title

    Course Director

    Credit Hours

    DOD 5140

    Physiology of Bone & Tooth Movement

    Cours Dir: R. Al-Qawasmi

    0.5

    DPE 5070

    Current Literature Seminar

    Course Dir: A. Neely, Z. Zhou

    DEF

    DPE 5080

    Clinical Periodontics

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: A Neely, D. Sherman, M. Haddow, T. Thompson-Sloan, M.Wojick, Z. Zhou, A. Janic, M. Kitto

    DEF

    DPE 5090

    Periodontic Case Review

    (Seminar - Facilitated)

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: M. Haddow

    DEF

    DPE 5110

    Implant Dentistry

    (Lecture + Lab)

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: A. Fard, D. Gurun, A. Neely, A. Fard, C. Ziglor, D. Dadul

    2

    DSD 5250

    Tobacco Intervention for Dentistry

    Course Dir: J. Loewen, J. Geist

    DEF

    DBS 5320

    Oral Pathology Conference

    Course Dir: J. Ojha, J. Geist

    1

    DPE 5384

    Implant Literature Review and In-Service Preparation

    Course Dir: A. Janic

    Faculty: B. Kinaia, A. Gupta

    DEF

    TOTALS

    3.5

     

    Periodontic FALL TERM Second Year

    Course #

    Course Title

    Course Director

    Credit Hours

    DPE 5044

    Periodontic Literature Review I

    Course Dirs: Z. Zhou, A.Janic

    2

    DPE 5070

    Current Literature Seminar

    Course Dirs: A. Neely, Z. Zhou

    DEF

    DPE 5080

    Clinical Periodontics

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: A. Neely, D. Sherman, M. Haddow, T. Thompson-Sloan,  M.Wojick, Z. Zhou, A. Janic, M. Kitto

    DEF

    DPE 5090

    Periodontic Case Review

    (Seminar – Facilitated)

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: Z. Zhou, M. Haddow

    DEF

    DPE 5384

    Implant Literature Review and In-service Preparation

    Course Dir: A. Janic

    Faculty: B. Kinaia, A. Gupta

    DEF

    DPE 5100

    Periodontal Surgery Seminar I

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: D. Sherman, A. Neely, M. Haddow, M. Wojcik

    2

    DBS 5130

    Advanced Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology

    Course Dir: J. Geist, T. Dadul

    DEF

    DBS 5171

    Advanced Oral Medicine

    Course Dir: R. Geist

    2

    DSD 5250

    Tobacco Intervention for Dentistry

    J Course Dir: J. Loewen

    1

    DPE 5260

    Introduction to Periodontics III

    Course Dir: D. Sherman, A. Janic

    Faculty: M. Haddow,  L. Dobis, Z. Zhou, M.Campos, L. Cabanilla, K. Hope, M. Lamble, K. Chokski

    1.5

    TOTALS

    9

     

    Periodontic WINTER TERM Second Year

    Course #

    Course Title

    Course Director

    Credit Hours

    DPE 5070

    Current Literature Seminar

    Course Dirs: A. Neely, Z. Zhou

    3

    DPE 5080

    Clinical Periodontics

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: A Neely, D. Sherman, M. Haddow, T. Thompson-Sloan,  D. Darany, M.Wojick, Z. Zhou, A. Janic, M. Kitto

    8

    DPE 5090

    Periodontic Case Review

    (Seminar – Facilitated)

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: Y.Hsu, M. Haddow,

    3

    DBS 5130

    Advanced Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology

    Course Dir: J. Geist, T. Dadul

    2

    DPE 5150

    Periodontal Surgery Seminar II

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: J. Palanci, M. Hoen, A. Neely, Z, Zhou, M.Hoen, L. Cabanilla, M. Haddow

    DEF

    DPE 5184

    Periodontic Literature Review II

    Course Dirs: Z. Zhou, A. Janic

    Faculty: M. Haddow, N. Kapadia

    2

    DPE 5270

    Introduction to Periodontics IV

    Course Dir: D. Sherman, A. Janic

    Faculty: M. Haddow, L. Dobis, Z. Zhou, M. Campos, L. Cabanilla, K. Hope, M. Lamble, K. Choksi

    1.5

    DPE 5384 Implant Literature Review and In-service Preparation

    Course Dir: A. Janic

    Faculty: B. Kinaia, A. Gupta

     3

    TOTALS

    22.5


    Periodontic SUMMER TERM Third Year

    Course #

    Course Title

    Course Director

    Credit Hours

    DPE 5150

    Periodontal Surgery Seminar II

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: J. Palanci, M. Hoen, L. Cabanilla, Z. Zhou, M. Haddow

    2

    DPE 5160

    Current Literature Seminar

    A. Neely, Z. Zhou

    DEF

    DPE 5210

    Clinical Periodontics

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: A Neely, D. Sherman, M. Haddow, T. Thompson-Sloan, M.Wojick, Z. Zhou, A. Janic, M. Kitto

    DEF

    DPE 5220

    Periodontic Case Review

    (Seminar – Facilitated)

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: M. Haddow, Z. Zhou

    DEF

    DPE 5290

    Conscious Sedation Clinical

    Course Dir: M. Haddow

    Faculty: D. Sherman, T.Thompson-Sloan

    DEF

    DPE 5388

    Implant Literature Review and In-Service Preparation

    Course Dir: A. Janic

    Faculty: B. Kinaia, A. Gupta

    DEF

    TOTALS

    2

     

    Periodontic FALL TERM Third Year

    Course #

    Course Title

    Course Director

    Credit Hours

    DPE 5048

    Periodontic Literature Review I

    Course Dirs: Z. Zhou, A. Janic

    Faculty: N. Kapadia

    2

    DOD 5070

    Orthodontic/Periodontic Session & Clinic

    Course Dirs: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: Z. Zhou, R. Al-Qawasmi

    1

    DPE 5160

    Current Literature Seminar

    Course Dirs: A. Neely, Z. Zhou

    DEF

    DPE 5210

    Clinical Periodontics

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: A. Neely, D. Sherman, M. Haddow, T. Thompson-Sloan, M. Wojick, Z. Zhou, A. Janic, M. Kitto

    DEF

    DPE 5220

    Periodontic Case Review

    (Seminar – Facilitated)

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: M. Haddow, Z. Zhou

    DEF

    DPE 5240

    Introduction to Periodontics V

    Course Dir: D. Sherman, A. Janic

    Faculty: M. Haddow, L. Dobis, Z. Zhou, M.Campos, L. Cabanilla, K. Hope, M. Lamble, K. Choksi

    1.5

    DPE 5290

    Conscious Sedation Clinical

    Course Dir: M. Haddow

    Faculty: D. Sherman, T.Thompson-Sloan

    DEF

    DPE 5388 Implant Literature Review and In-Service Preparation

    Course Dir: A. Janic

    Faculty: B. Kinaia, A. Gupta

    DEF

    TOTALS

    4.5

     

    Periodontic WINTER TERM Third Year

    New Course #

    Course Title

    Course Director

    Credit Hours

    DOD 5080

    Orthodontic/Periodontic Seminar & Clinic

    Course Dirs: B. Kinaia,

    Faculty: Z. Zhou, R. Al-Qawasmi

    1

    DPE 5160

    Current Literature Seminar

    Course Dirs: A. Neely, Z. Zhou

    3

    DPE 5188

    Periodontics Literature Review II

    Course Dir: A. Janic

    Faculty: Z. Zhou, M. Haddow

    2

    DPE 5210

    Clinical Periodontics

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: A Neely, D. Sherman, M. Haddow, T. Thompson-Sloan, M. Wojick, Z. Zhou, A. Janic, M. Kitto

    DEF

    DPE 5220

    Periodontic Case Review

    (Seminar – Facilitated)

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: M. Haddow, Z. Zhou

    DEF

    DPE 5280

    Introduction to Periodontics VI

    Course Dir: D. Sherman, A. Janic

    Faculty: M. Haddow, L. Dobis, Z. Zhou, M. Campos, L. Cabanilla, K. Hope, M. Lamble, K. Choksi

    1.5

    DPE 5290

    Conscious Sedation Clinical

    Course Dir: M. Haddow

    Faculty: D. Sherman, T. Thompson-Sloan

    3

    DPE 5388 Implant Literature Review and In-Service Preparation

    Course Dir: A. Janic

    Faculty: B. Kinaia, A. Gupta

    3

    TOTALS

    13.5

     

    Periodontic SUMMER TERM Third Year

    Course #

    Course Title

    Course Director

    Credit Hours

    DPE 5210

    Clinical Periodontics

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: A Neely, D. Sherman, M. Haddow, T. Thompson-Sloan, M. Wojick, Z. Zhou, A. Janic, M. Kitto

    8

    DPE 5220

    Periodontic Case Review

    (Seminar – Facilitated)

    Course Dir: B. Kinaia

    Faculty: M. Haddow, Z. Zhou

    3

    TOTALS

    11