James B. Edwards College of Dental Medicine

Oral Medicine, Radiology and Emergency Services

Department of Stomatology: Division of Oral Medicine, Radiology, and Emergency Services

Clinical Courses

CLNDM - 812, 831,814 - Junior Oral Medicine/Radiology Clinic Rotation

CLNDM - 850, 851, 852 - Senior Oral Medicine Rotation/Emergency Cynic Rotation

CLNDM - 850, 851, 852
A three week rotation in the Oral Diagnosis emergency Clinic provides senior students experience in clinical application of the diagnostic process, as it relates to managing patients who are in pain or who believe they have an emergency. After identifying the chief complaint, diagnosing the cause and making treatment recommendations, the student is afforded the opportunity to provide definitive treatment or refer the patients to the appropriate specialty clinic or private sector in accordance with the student's capability and established treatment protocols within the College of Dental Medicine.

CLNDM - 812, 831, 814
A three semester rotation in Oral Maxillofacial Radiology provides junior students experience in the clinical application of the diagnostic process and utilization of treatment planning principles. In addition to formulating the treatment plans for the majority of patients accepted for treatment at the College of Dental Medicine, the students are expected to develop the skill necessary to take a full mouth radiographic series with optimal technical proficiency.