FA, SP. Specifically, Class II indirect gold as well as Class II, III, IV and V resin composites are covered. Elective courses, unless included in the foregoing list of departments and courses, are optional and carry no credit, and though they are credited on transcripts, they do not figure in grade-point averages. 1R, 16W. 9 credits. This course is designed to prepare each dental student with the ability to evaluate, diagnose, treatment plan and effectively deliver the surgical treatment that is expected of a dental professional. The student also participates in case-based treatment planning exercises in preparation for the National Board Part 2 examination. Students will discuss dental practice laws and licensing; impaired colleagues, peer review and whistle blowing; dental malpractice; prescription fraud and drug diversion; legal and social implications for treating mentally and physically challenged individual; and quality assurance in dentistry. Students will treat patients who present with some form of dental emergency during scheduled block rotations. 851 Followers, 85 Following, 167 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Creighton School of Dentistry (@creightondental) 2 credits. 0.5 credits. Relative Value Units. This course will prepare dental students to collaborate interprofessionally to evaluate and provide appropriate and comprehensive oral health care for special needs adolescents and adults with varying medical, physical and behavioral complexities in general practice upon graduation. General Neuroscience. Systemic diseases with oral considerations are stressed and actual clinical case histories are utilized whenever appropriate. Established in 1905, it is one of the oldest dental schools in the United States. 1R, 16W. A PDF of the entire 2020-2021 Pharmacy and Health Professions Catalog. The developmental anatomy of the organ systems will also be presented. Genetic effects will be presented. A PDF of the entire 2020-2021 Law Catalog. © 2020-2021 Creighton University. FA. Omaha, NE. Basic principles of endodontics including diseases of the pulp and periapical tissues, diagnosis and treatment procedures, prognosis, bleaching, and restoration of endodontically treated teeth. Relative Value Units. 2 credits. Operative Dentistry Clinic. 7L, 16W. This course emphasizes comprehensive dental care delivered by both specialists and generalists by addressing the multi-disciplinary needs of the patient. Creighton Community School 325 Main St PO Box 158 Creighton, SK S0P 0A0 Physical Growth and Development. Application of surgical principles to the treatment of diseases and defects of the teeth. Temporomandibular Disorders/Orofacial Pain. SP. The student is introduced to the diagnosis of periodontal diseases as well as the relevant etiology and contributory factors. CPD 132. Creighton University School of Dentistry is located in Omaha, Nebraska. The local chapter of the ASDA promotes active participation of undergraduate dental students in their own dental organizations. This course reviews National Board Part 2 issues, including the etiology, contributory factors, and diagnosis of bacterial plaque induced periodontics. 2R, 4 Sessions. Fixed Prosthodontics Lecture. Oral Surgery Lecture. Periodontology Lecture. DAR 232. Our vision: we will be a School of Medicine respected by our peers for excellence in teaching, research, and clinical care. General Pathology. The Creighton Dental School participates in the American Association of Dental Schools Application Service ... curriculum offered at Idaho State University has been certified by Creighton University as equivalent to the first-year dental curriculum offered at Creighton University. Students will treat patients who present with some form of dental emergency during scheduled block rotations. Assessing, critically appraising, applying, and communicating scientific and lay literature as it relates to providing evidence-based patient care. 3R, 4W and 1R, 3C, 12W (Split classes for clinic). This course presents an introductory foundation for clinical orthodontics. Creighton students are prepared to enter residency programs or dental practice, or continue with advanced degrees and specialty training. SP. 3L, 16W. This course is taught by lecture, laboratory dissection, models, radiographic images, and various multimedia resources. 4 credits. 6 credits. Oral Surgery Clinic. 2 credits. 1R, 16W. Creighton Community School 325 Main St PO Box 158 Creighton, SK S0P 0A0 The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Creighton University School of Medicine prepares future family physicians to serve as patient advocates while delivering personalized care inspired by Jesuit values. GDS 116. SP. Specifically, this includes general principles, central nervous system, autonomic nervous system, local anesthetics, cardiovascular system, chemotherapy, endocrines/immunosuppressants, analgesics, antihistamines, and autocoids. C. GDO 213. Study of the chemical components of the body with primary emphasis upon the structure, function and synthesis of the macromolecule components of cells and tissues. 2 credits. Detailed surgical excisions are made in harmony with principles of tooth anatomy, pathology of the lesions, and masticatory function. 1 credit. Occlusion Laboratory. Provides the dental student with an opportunity to apply motivational and instructional techniques regarding patient dental education through community field experience. FA. The student provides patient education and home care instructions and performs coronal and subgingival scaling, prophylaxis and fluoride treatment. Through the Magis Core Curriculum, you’ll be able to earn your B.A. C. GDO 333. 1R, 16W. Lectures and discussions on pharmacological principles and specific drug classes. Designed to provide background information to assist in making informed decisions when agreeing to work as a dental associate. Designed to acquaint students in small groups with area health problems and with area health services and agencies. C. PRS 415. 1R, 16W. C. DAR 315. GDS 114. FA, PDO 314. As a dental hygiene major, you’ll be prepared for residency programs, dental practice or continued education. Students will provide structured written radiographic reports to include labeling of anatomy, image quality, irradiation geometry, and disease changes between seral radiographs. 1R, 12W; 1F, 4W. Community Dentistry Field Experience. Course number. 1-8 credits. You’ll learn the basic principles of problem solving and decision making, critical thinking, communication and ethical behavior with a particular focus on life-long learning that can be applied to many career settings. 2 credits. 1R, 8W; 2R, 8W. 2.5 credits. The student provides basic restorative services in a clinical practice setting. 8 credits. 1R, 16W. FA, SP. Oral Histology and Embryology. FA. Advanced course in removable partial dentures. This course will conclude with a pediatric dentistry clinic orientation. Provides an understanding of classical health care ethical principles which have direct relevance to students' training and future dental practice experience. SP. Preventing, recognizing, treating, and managing dental emergencies including pain, hemorrhage, trauma, and infection of the orofacial complex. Technique application in the reduction and restoration of tooth structure as applied to the primary, mixed, and young permanent dentitions will also be covered. A group research project designed to lead to a table clinic presentation will be conducted under the guidance of a faculty mentor. Didactic courses are represented by odd-numbered digits; technique courses (laboratories, field experiences and clinics) by even-numbered digits. 3. FA, SP. Pulp Biology / Endodontics. It is also responsible for monitoring overall student compliance with clinical comprehensive care guidelines (GDP). C. PDO 418. C. DAR 331. 2 credits. Emphasis will be placed upon the use of standardized classification and diagnostic criteria for formulating and implementing conservative treatment/management plans. Field experience is gained during dental health and/or career presentations in public and parochial schools. Provides knowledge of balanced nutrition and measurement of dietary factors as related to clinical prevention and health care. State Licensure RequirementsAs an accredited dental school a conferred degree from Creighton’s School of Dentistry meets the dental degree requirement for licensure for all 50 US states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. FA. FA, SP. The approximate semester credit hour total can be derived by dividing this number by two. FA. Covers the process of staffing and running an office. Creighton School Division is situated in Treaty 10 territory and acknowledges that "We are All Treaty People", committed to honour the Spirit and Intent of Treaty. Basic concepts that are covered include: principles of surgical infection control, surgical armamentarium, uncomplicated and complicated dentoalveolar surgery, post-surgical complication recognition and management, and wound healing. COVID-19 Information and Resources. Endodontic Techniques. 2 credits. 2R, 16W. This course introduces the student to implantology, crown lengthening surgery and interrelationships between periodontics and other specialties. in any major and fulfill the prerequisites for any graduate school in just four years. This course builds on radiographic technique and diagnostic skills learned in DAR 121, DAR 131 and DAR 132. To assist in their orientation and adjustment to professional education, freshmen will participate in group introductions followed by discussions on interpersonal relationships. S. ORB 131. SP. Students will be expected to provide a comprehensive evaluation of a patient's orthodontic condition, obtain quality orthodontic records for proper diagnosis and treatment planning, present a treatment plan to the patient, and observe active treatment of patients. OMS 414. These credit hours represent the annual cumulative total for each academic year (two semesters). Senior students participate in seminars and present pediatric dental cases. 2R, 8W; 1S, 6W. This course presents the fundamental principles of dental materials science as it applies to clinical dentistry including an understanding of the basis for laboratory and clinical use. The results of these investigations provide valuable information that can be applied to clinical teaching situations and patient care. Demonstrating the ability to self-assess relative to professional development and to self-directed, life-long learning. Building upon principles of office management in preparation for entering the practice of dentistry. ORB 115 General Gross Anatomy Lecture  (10) FA. Creighton University's Financial Aid Office coordinates the aid opportunities for all of Creighton's four undergraduate and five graduate/professional schools/colleges. COVID-19 Information and Resources. F. CPD 412B. DAR 136. As part of this review, students will be expected to understand and articulate the practical application of this knowledge (i.e. Selecting, administrating, and prescribing appropriate pharmacologic agents to manage conditions that influence dental treatment including pain and anxiety, and using non-pharmacologic methods when appropriate. OMS 413. Creighton University School of Dentistry 2802 Webster St. Omaha, Ne. 12 credits. I'm glad I stuck with it. 3 credits. Prosthodontic Clinical/Lab Review. 1R, 16W. Creighton School of Dentistry offers students a comprehensive curriculum and a first-rate educational experience that not only prepares highly competent dentists, but outstanding human beings. 3R, 3L or C, 16W (Split classes). FA, SP. 1R, 16W. This course will involve the completion of CITI web-based modules, identification of research project mentor, identification of research project topic and completion of all project research plan and IRB submission documents in draft form. A PDF of the entire 2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog. CUSNDA: Creighton University School of Dentistry is nationally recognized for academic and clinical excellence. This diverse staging examines and addresses complex issues in a somewhat different environment and assists in the preparation for Part II of the National Board. 0.5 credits. 3 credits. FA, SP. Finally, several mini-clinics will be conducted throughout the semester which will help prepare students for their junior year clinical pediatric dentistry experience. Block assignment will be scheduled in the Main Radiology Clinic to gain experience in intra-oral and extra-oral dental digital radiography. Skip to main content. Occlusion Lecture. Using critical thinking and problem solving skills to guide clinical decision making during the comprehensive care of patients as well as in scientific inquiry and research methodology. Preparations and restorations are performed on natural teeth mounted in stone, typodont models, and plaster teeth. They are awarded by the Admissions Committee or the Committee on Scholarship and Financial Aid on the basis of need and merit. Ask a question Periodontology Clinic. Discussion of clinical application of basic techniques and introduction of more advanced and complex techniques employed in the construction of fixed bridges and ceramic restorations. school placeholder image. Students diagnose and treat patients presenting surgical conditions and are taught to refer care beyond their training. 2 credits. Students are assigned to the pediatric dental clinic on a rotating basis. FA. Since Creighton University School of Dentistry does not offer residency positions in specialty programs, students are given the opportunity to perform advanced dental procedures including oral surgery, dental implants, etc. Practical Pharmacotherapeutics for the Dentist. Browse the School of Medicine's student handbook and curriculum document. FA, SP. C. GDP 332. The first digit indicates the dental college year in which the course is taken: 2. The students are introduced to pre-surgical and pre-anesthesia patient evaluation and risk assessment as it pertains to the major systems-cardiovascular, pulmonary, endocrine, renal and liver, hematopoietic and the cancer patient. School of Medicine . Emphasis is placed on analyzing findings from patient histories, signs and symptoms, writing appropriate medical consultations and formulating treatment plans that are compatible with a patient's medical status. 9 credits. This course is taught by lecture and by various multimedia resources. I love Creighton's dental school, and I feel like once I'm done, I'll be able to practice anywhere. The University reserves the right to modify or to cancel any of the courses listed without notice. There is no separate application for scholarships. Dentists will continue to see an increase in demand for their services as studies continue to link oral health to overall health. FA. Emphasis is placed on health promotion and education, epidemiology of oral diseases, sociology and cultural differences of the dental practice, dental public health research and prevention, clinician's responsibility to access and justice, delivery systems, and financing dental care. Specific dental laboratory projects will be accomplished to allow the student to become familiar with the handling characteristics of the dental materials presented in lecture. 2 credits. Junior dental students will participate in the Patient Assessment Clinic to assist senior dental students in the evaluation of patients applying as candidates for treatment at the dental school. 1R, 16W. Special attention will be given to the neurophysiology of the masticatory system and how it relates to acute and chronic pain conditions. 2 credits. SP, GDS 113. 7 credits. The Program is comprised of three parts. FA, SP. After graduating in dentistry, your options may include: Approximately 1 in 4 of graduates of the School of Dentistry continue on to earn a specialty degree. OMS 233. Creighton University School of Dentistry. Curriculum Vitae Joseph V. Franco Jr., D.D.S. 5 credits. SP. PDO 313. The rationale for materials selection, as dictated by clinical procedure and product comparison, will also be presented. Interpersonal Relationships and Communication, Dental Materials and Introduction to Operative Dentistry Lecture, Dental Materials and Introduction to Operative Dentistry Laboratory, Introduction to Electronic Health Record Management, Introduction to Conduct of Research Lecture, Clinical Introduction to Scaling and Polishing, Behavioral Science Aspects of Patient Care, Oral Diagnosis and Treatment Planning Clinic, Evidence-Based Dental Care: Understanding and Evaluating Dental Research, Dental Management of Medically Complex Patients, Principles of Orthodontics and Dento-Facial Growth and Development, Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Planning Clinic, Temporomandibular Disorders/Orofacial Pain, Practical Pharmacotherapeutics for the Dentist. PRS 213. Basic instruction in the gross anatomy of the head and neck. 1S, 8W. 2R, 16W. Students may elect to directly provide active orthodontic treatment to assigned patients for extra credit. (Split class). FA. Designed to encourage comprehensive patient care. Exercises simulating clinical diagnostic and treatment procedures are employed to exemplify principles of maxillo-mandibular relationships. • School of Dentistry graduates live and work in 48 of the 50 states and the District of Columbia. The student will learn electronic patient form entry (EPR Form), odontogram charting, CDT procedure codes, and treatment note entry with an emphasis on preparing the student for the spring and summer periodontics courses and fall clinic rotation in oral diagnosis. Demonstration surgery of complicated surgical procedures is performed by faculty for small-group instruction. 3L, 16W. Behavioral Science Aspects of Patient Care. As a dental hygiene major, you’ll be prepared for residency programs, dental practice or continued education. 1R; 16W. Radiographic anatomy. In addition, caries, periodontal, apical and bone pathology including TMJs, will be assessed. SP. 2.5 credits. Designed to acquaint the student with the history of dentistry from ancient times to the present. SP. Understanding and demonstrating the principles of health promotion and disease prevention. 1 credit. DAR 224. Curriculum: • The dental school curriculum is focused on the development of a competent general dentist. GDO 233. 1 credit. CPD 415. 2L, 16W. 3 credits. PER 233. GDS 115. Weekly attendance hours are not assigned to clinical courses since students generally schedule themselves into the various departments as necessary. Study of the basic restorations involved in restoring oral function by use of fixed prostheses. Clinical Introduction to Scaling and Polishing. Pain Control/Anesthesia. The Creighton Global Surgery fellowship is intended to change Creighton University curriculums. Detailed surgical excisions are made in harmony with principles of tooth anatomy, pathology of the lesions, and masticatory function. The purpose of the School of Dentistry is to educate students who can demonstrate the attainment of competence and the progression toward proficiency in providing for the oral health needs of society. Fixed Prosthodontics Lecture. SP. Designed to introduce the student to practice management principles. Additional topics include: an introduction to orofacial infections and management; pre-prosthetic surgery; biopsy principles and techniques; surgical indications and risks associated with oral surgery; and the development of criteria for seeking consultation either before or after surgery. Restoring single defective teeth with appropriate materials and techniques to establish proper form, function, and esthetics. The following is a sample course description with the individual symbols explained in the order in which they appear in that description. Endodontics Laboratory. 3 credits. Dental Management of Medically Complex Patients. Rationale for possible extraction of teeth to facilitate orthodontic treatment along with the relationship of orthodontic tooth movement to the temporomandibular joint are presented. PER 413. This will require evaluation of the patient health history, chief complaint, and a screening of their oral health status to include requesting of appropriate minimal radiographs to identify and categorize dental treatment indications. 12 credits. C. PDO 213. SP. SP. Information may be new, advanced, controversial, or unique. 4R, 16W. Payroll management and tax regulations are introduced. 1R, 16W. Relative Value Units. A continuum of proficiency and independence is expected in providing comprehensive dental care for the pediatric population and special needs patients. 2 credits. Hence, 2R, 6L, 16W indicates two hours of lecture and six hours of laboratory per week for sixteen weeks (or one semester). R indicates "recitation or lecture"; L refers to "laboratory"; C denotes "clinic"; S indicates "seminar"; and F refers to "field experience.". Oral Surgery Lecture. This clinical rotation will prepare dental students to collaborate in an interprofessional manner to evaluate and provide appropriate and comprehensive oral health care for special needs adolescents and adults with varying medical, physical, and behavioral complexities in a general practice setting following graduation. 5 credits. The student is taught nomenclature, chronology, and methods of designation of human teeth. FA. 4 credits. 1R, 16W. 2 credits. This course presents continuing education level lectures covering implant topics of great interest to practicing dentists. Principles of oral hygiene, infection control, record keeping and extraoral/intraoral examination are applied to patient care. Grade is earned by combining treatment efforts across disciplines and departmental lines. Fixed Prosthodontics Lecture. 1R, 16W; 2R, 3L, 6W. Dental Materials Lecture. Microscopic anatomy of normal mammalian and/or human tissues and organs. DAR 234. Patient Assessment Clinic. 1 credit. C. END 413. Fixed Prosthodontics Clinic. These symbols are used to identify the subject area of course offerings in schedules, grade reports, transcripts of records, etc. FA, SP. Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.6 for Creighton pre-dental science courses as a Creighton undergraduate student at the time of application and matriculation to the Dental School. 2 credits. Endodontic Clinic. PDO 414. The broke ground on a new 200,000-square foot facility that is scheduled to open in July, 2018. The PDF will include all information unique to this page. Principles are discussed for disability insurance, dental malpractice insurance and general office insurance. Recognizing and managing oral mucosal and osseous disorders. 2F, 4W; 3F, 4W (Split classes). Term offered. SP. 2 credits. 4 credits. Therefore, the School of Dentistry has created a virtual tour so that you can get a walkthrough of the Dental School. or B.S. Prognosis and treatment of these diseases will be stressed. This will help to ensure competent use of commonly used dental materials at the clinical level. 2 credits. PER 212. Oral surgery cases are treated as required by each student. Emphasis is placed on mechanical aspects of preparing and restoring individual teeth with specific restorative materials, the physical and biomechanical properties of these materials, and the development of problem solving skills to select appropriate treatments and materials. Curriculum . Unfortunately, as a result of COVID-19, Creighton University is not able to conduct in person tours at the present time. FA. Participation in technical exercises designed to provide experience in the construction of basic fixed prosthodontic restorations. SP. Focuses on common ethical dilemmas found in the relationships between student and dental school, between dentist and patient, between dentists themselves, and between dentist and the community. GDO 314. The first is an 8-week Summer Diagnostic Session in which students are involved in academic pretesting and curricular … FA, SP. 4 credits. Creighton University School of medicine Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine Curriculum, Omaha, NE. More flexibility. SP. Histology, physiology and functions of the pulp as well as the disease processes that involve the pulp and periradicular tissues. Assessing the treatment needs of patients with special needs. Focuses on specific nutrition issues of dental patients and oral conditions with applications to clinical dental practice. FA, SP. 2 credits. Advanced Endodontics, Surgery And Review. Dental Assisting. Dental Student at CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY. Particular consideration is given to recognition of orthodontic situations that will be encountered in the general dental practice. Applying the principles and procedures involved in removable complete and partial denture prosthodontics; demonstrating competence in diagnosis, treatment planning, surveying, designing and constructing removable prostheses to restore complete and partial edentulism; and the restoration of implants. CPD 412A. Dental Anatomy Laboratory. Giving You What Employers Want Creighton School Division is situated in Treaty 10 territory and acknowledges that "We are All Treaty People", committed to honour the Spirit and Intent of Treaty. This course is an introduction to contemporary operative dental procedures, including the evaluation and review of newly developed restorative materials. The high demand for dental services means that employment of dentists will need to increase at a faster rate. Since 1905, the Creighton University School of Dentistry has graduated nearly 5,000 students. Special Care Community-Based Dental Education. Students diagnose and treat patients presenting surgical conditions and are taught to refer care beyond their training. Department abbreviation. Clinical practice of periodontal therapeutic procedures. Periodontology Lecture. Evidence-Based Dental Care: Understanding and Evaluating Dental Research. Clinical practice in the construction of the simpler types of crowns and bridges and in the restoration of implants, as appropriate C. PRS 317. CPD 433. Endodontic Problem Solving. Pedodontics/Orthodontics Technique. Infection control and relining of partial dentures are also discussed. 3 credits. Ethics in the Practice of Dentistry I. 2R, 3L, 8W; 3R, 3L, 8W (Split classes for laboratory). Biochemistry Lecture. These include, but are not limited to topics such as empathy, rapport, communication, fear and anxiety, smoking cessation, domestic violence, and patients with disabilities, both physical and mental. Through the influence of caring faculty mentors, to outstanding clinical experiences and an emphasis on giving back to the community through meaningful service, the School of Dentistry can provide you with a rich preparation for a career in dentistry. The new Dental School building is now open at 2109 Cuming St. Creighton’s state-of-the-art, centrally located dental clinic has been providing Omaha with quality and affordable dental care since 1905, where we serve more than 14,000 patients annually. Philosophies for conventional removable and fixed orthodontic appliances are discussed along with specific mechanical principles of each appliance system. Operative Dentistry Lecture. Preparations and restorations are performed on natural teeth mounted in stone, typodont models, and plaster teeth. Basic principles of maxillo-mandibular relationships, static and functional, as related to the occlusal surfaces of the teeth. 2 credits. Planning and design of various fixed restorations pertinent to complete oral health, stressing masticatory function. Application of the students’ fundamental knowledge of oral pathology, microbiology, public health, and oral diagnosis will be necessary for critical thinking as applied to actual and/or hypothetical clinical situations. Problem solving techniques and procedures including the management of endodontic emergencies, endodontic-periodontic problems, vital pulp therapy, traumatic injuries, and other endodontic problems. 3 credits. 2 credits. Treating completely edentulous patients, partially edentulous patients, and the restoration of implants. 1 credit. The student will work in managing various challenging situations through application of learned skills. Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Planning Clinic. 5 credits. Demonstration surgery of complicated surgical procedures is performed by faculty for small-group instruction. The Department of Pediatrics at Creighton University School of Medicine provides outstanding education for medical students, residents, fellows and other health professionals. Creighton University broke ground Sept. 15 on a new 200,000-square-foot School of Dentistry building to be located at 21st and Cuming streets. FA, GDP 432. Special emphasis is placed on the clinical application of anatomy to the various dental disciplines. GDO 214. END 414. For the 2020-2021 admissions cycle, DAT scores are valid only if completed after June 1, 2017. Omaha, NE Managing minor tooth movements and space maintenance as well as the care of patients with complicated or advanced orthodontic problems. 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