COMPREHENSIVE DENTISTRY PROGRAM COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY ...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

COMPREHENSIVE DENTISTRY PROGRAM COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY ...

on

  • 1,148 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,148
Views on SlideShare
1,148
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
11
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

COMPREHENSIVE DENTISTRY PROGRAM COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY ... Document Transcript

  • 1. COMPREHENSIVE DENTISTRY PROGRAM COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ADMISSION PACKET UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA COPYRIGHT 1981 (Revised May 2007) Table of Contents
  • 2. A MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN…………………………………………………………….4 PROGRAM DESCRIPTION………………………………………………………………….5 GENERAL INFORMATION…………………………………………………………………6 J. Hillis Miller Health Center The College of Dentistry The Florida Academy of General Dentistry ADMISSION INFORMATION………………………………………………………………8 Requirements for Enrollment Application and Fees Student Academic Regulations Graduation COURSE DESCRIPTIONS………………………………………………………………… 9 Basic Sciences Endodontics Esthetics Implants Operative Dentistry Oral Diagnosis and Oral Radiology Oral Surgery Orthodontics Pediatric Dentistry Periodontics 2
  • 3. Practice Management Fixed Prosthodontics Removable Prosthodontics Special Patient Care TMD/Occlusion ACADEMIC PERSONNEL…………………………………………………………………….12 APPLICATION FORM………………………………………………………………………...13 “University of Florida College of Dentistry is approved by the National Committee on Continuing Dental Education of the American Dental Association as a sponsor of continuing dental education for Activity Classification C. Sponsor approval granted by the National Committee neither constitutes nor implies approval or endorsement of any specific continuing education activity or course content.” The University of Florida encourages participation in its educational programs by qualified persons of both sexes from all cultural, racial, religious and ethnic groups. The University of Florida is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution and does not discriminate against persons because of race, national origin, religion or creed, sex, age, or handicap. While every effort is made to provide accurate and current information, the University of Florida College of Dentistry reserves the right to change without notice, statements in this document concerning rules, policies, fees, curriculum, or other matters. 3
  • 4. A Message from the Dean The University of Florida College of Dentistry is working hard to enhance the quality of Continuing Dental Education here at home and abroad. Our flagship program in this effort is the 25 month Comprehensive Dentistry Program. This two year AGD Mastership Track Preparation Course has been offered successfully for 26 years and 311 dentists have completed the program. As exciting as this exemplary program is, however, it is you, the dental professional, who drives our mission to achieve excellence in the art and science of dentistry. You, as a principle-based, value-driven dental professional, are the key to forging a committed dental community. Our job, then, as your partner in professional development and life-long learning is to provide a quality venue for this committed dental community to come together. The Comprehensive Dentistry Program provides that quality venue for the college to bring together faculty, alumni, course participants and the dental community at large. If we are successful in serving the dental community in this way, then we will have been successful in advancing our mission of excellence through teaching, research and service. Sincerely, Teresa A. Dolan, D.D.S., M.P.H. Professor and Dean College of Dentistry Teresa Dolan, D.D.S., M.P.H. Dean Samuel B. Low, D.D.S., M.S., M.Ed. Associate Dean for Continuing Education Lynn King, M.B.A., R.D.H. CDE Coordinator The University of Florida College of Dentistry is designated as a nationally approved sponsor by the Academy of General Dentistry. The formal continuing education programs of this sponsor are accepted by AGD for Fellowship/Mastership credit. The University of Florida College of Dentistry is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. Dental educational institutions have an obligation to disseminate new knowledge related to dental practice. In so doing, some presentations may include controversial materials or commercial references. Sponsorship of a dental continuing education course by the University of Florida does not necessarily imply endorsement of a particular philosophy, procedure or product by this institution. Continuing education courses do not necessarily reflect the philosophies of the University of Florida predoctoral or post-doctoral training programs. 4
  • 5. AGD Maste rship Pr epar ation Co ur se - Comprehensive Dentistry Program Class 25 LOCATION: University of Florida College of Dentistry LIMIT: 20 Participants REGISTRATION FEE: $19,875 Dentist: payable with an initial deposit of $2,500 and $695 monthly attendance fees COURSE DIRECTOR: James E. Haddix, D.M.D. COURSE DESCRIPTION: For over 26 years, the University of Florida has provided a unique program for dentists seeking an opportunity to:  Earn 600 credits applicable toward a Mastership in the Academy of General Dentistry. In fact, the University of Florida offers the only Mastership track program that allows you to complete all your Mastership requirements in 25 months.  Interact with excellent instructors specializing in different fields; with evidence-based, research supported insights into the latest advancements in the profession  Develop camaraderie with national and international practitioners  Compile a body of reference material for practical, immediate use in your practice come Monday morning  Review didactic materials for the AGD Fellowship Examination  Expand skills for dentists re-entering practice or deepen skills for newly licensed dentists In short, this two-year postgraduate course in comprehensive dentistry is designed to provide the general practitioner with an organized and structured educational program of dental sciences in a format that has something to offer everyone. Classes meet one weekend per month on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (with Continental Breakfast included all three days and lunch on Friday & Saturday), and consist of lectures, discussion, in-office projects, and intensive hands-on participation utilizing the College of Dentistry’s state-of-the-art Simulation Lab. The course curriculum parallels the requirements for Mastership in the Academy of General Dentistry. A certificate of completion will be awarded each candidate meeting all requirements of the following curriculum: T.M.D./Occlusion 46 hours Implants…………… ….….46 hours Operative Dentistry 46 hours Practice Management …. …24 hours Periodontics 46 hours Basic Science……….……….….12 hours Fixed Prosthodontics 46 hours Special Patient Care………….…12 hours Removable Prosthodontics 46 hours Oral Medicine/Oral Diagnosis….12 hours Endodontics 46 hours Orthodontics…………….………12 hours Oral Surgery 46 hours Pediatric Dentistry………………12 hours Esthetics 46 hours Electives……………………….102 hours Total Hours ……………..………600 hours Attention: AGD FELLOWS & CDP ALUMNI Just a few courses short of your Mastership requirements? You may attend selected CDP courses on an Ala Carte basis*. Simply Register for only the Course(s) you need by calling 1-888-550-4590. Each 24 hr. CEU Section only $875* ($775* Courtesy Fee for CDP Alumni) *on a Space-Available basis Call toll-free 1-888-550-4590 for information and/or Application for CDP 25 Course # 100001 5
  • 6. GENERAL INFORMATION J. Hillis Miller Health Center The J. Hillis Miller Health Center at the University of Florida in Gainesville is a modern complex of institutions advancing human health and educating tomorrow’s leaders in the health professions. The Health Center was developed to accommodate the space needs of the College of Dentistry as well as to provide space for the other colleges and the hospital. The College of Dentistry includes the most modern teaching laboratories, lecture areas and a modern comprehensive library. The educational and research programs of the colleges are integrated with the programs of the Gainesville VA Medical Center. The academic programs of the Health Center prepare students, interns, residents, and graduates in the health professions to understand the team involvement in health care, which has proven to contribute more effectively to patient’s well-being. The J. Hillis Miller Health Center, while committed to the preparation of health care professionals, the care of the sick, and the discovery of new health care science is also committed to community service. The colleges engage in community programs that seek innovative approaches to health care delivery and provide instructional continuing education to practitioners. The College of Dentistry The College of Dentistry, the first in the state of Florida, admitted its first 24 students in the fall of 1972. The dental building was completed in the spring of 1975. It includes dental outpatient clinics, postgraduate specialty clinics, seminar rooms, simulation lab, as well as teaching and research laboratories. The College of Dentistry programs are both innovative and state of the art. They reflect the creativity and professional talents of the faculty who are committed to educational processes which are relevant to society’s needs. The primary objective of the College of Dentistry is to develop graduates oriented to the biological sciences; sensitivity to the needs of others; skillful in all preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures; and appreciative of new knowledge through research activities. Dental educational institutions have an obligation to disseminate new knowledge related to dental practice. In so doing, some presentations may include controversial materials or commercial references. Sponsorship of a dental continuing education course by the University of Florida does not necessarily imply endorsement of a particular philosophy, procedure or product by this institution. Continuing education courses do not necessarily reflect the philosophies of the University of Florida pre-doctoral or graduate training programs. 6
  • 7. The University of Florida College of Dentistry is designated as a nationally approved sponsor by the Academy of General Dentistry. The formal continuing education programs of this sponsor are accepted by AGD for Fellowship/Membership credit. The University of Florida College of Dentistry is also an ADA CERP recognized provider. The Florida Academy of General Dentistry The Florida Academy of General Dentistry is a constituent of the Academy of General Dentistry. Their goals, like those of the national academy are fourfold: to promote quality continuing dental education for general practitioners; to maintain an accrediting agency for continuing dental education courses; to provide recognition for practitioners having completed rigorous continuing education courses; and finally to assist in improving the dental health of the nation through its educational and legislative efforts. Membership in the Florida Academy is voluntary and participation in the Florida Academy activities greatly helps to serve the organizational objectives as well as legislative efforts that have impact on the dental care provided in the state. 7
  • 8. ADMISSION INFORMATION Requirements For Enrollment The College of Dentistry reserves the right to accept only qualified applicants for this postdoctoral program. Each prospective candidate must submit a formal application. Candidates must be currently practicing dentistry or hold a teaching appointment, since some of the courses will require patient care. If a candidate is absent from one or more subcourses in a major course he may take the subcourse the next time it is offered without penalty and at the current rate at time of attendance. The University of Florida and the Academy of General Dentistry require that credit be awarded only for those hours in attendance or assignments completed. If a candidate has completed only a part of a major course he/she will have a period of three years to complete the component subject area. After that time the entire major course must be retaken and full fees paid. All course work is presented in English only. Application And Fees Each Candidate must submit a formal application to the College of Dentistry for acceptance into the program. That application must be approved by the Comprehensive Dentistry Director before the candidate is permitted to enroll in the Comprehensive Dentistry Program. The tuition for the two year Comprehensive Dentistry Program (600 contact hours) is $19,875.00. Candidates are required to furnish their own instruments, supplies and textbooks for each course. The breakdown of tuition cost is approximately $33.13 per clock hour. Payment of fees may be handled in one of two ways. The full tuition may be paid in advance, or an initial fee of $2,500.00 is due upon acceptance of the application, followed by twenty-five interest free consecutive monthly payments of $695.00 each. Student Academic Regulations Withdrawal From And Reentry Into Comprehensive Dentistry Certificate Program Registered postdoctoral students may request a break in the program and be reinstated within three years without loss of accumulated credit provided that all fees are paid and the student is reregistered with the Comprehensive Dentistry Program. Fees per weekend session will be assessed at current rate at time of re-entry. Graduation Postdoctural students completing the prescribed course of study, upon recommendation of the program director, will be granted a Certificate of Completion of the Comprehensive Dentistry Program by the University of Florida College of Dentistry. 8
  • 9. INDIVIDUAL COURSES PRESENTED IN THE COMPREHENSIVE DENTISTRY PROGRAM Basic Science 12 Hours This course will include an update in pharmacology as applied to dentistry. The impact of many systemic medications on the practice of dentistry will be reviewed. In addition a review of control of infections will be covered as well as the techniques to understand the etiology of caries and periodontal diseases. Fluoride and other caries preventive measures such as strep mutans substitution will be covered. Endodontics 46 Hours This course is divided into surgical and non-surgical endodontic procedures. The first session will emphasize rotary cleaning and shaping, thermoplastic obturation, and working length determination. A laboratory session on access, rotary cleaning and shaping as well as thermoplastic obturation is included. The surgical aspect will cover apicoectomy procedures, root amputation and other surgical techniques that enhance endodontic therapy. Esthetics 46 Hours Esthetic dentistry is presented in its many faceted areas from simple operative dentistry through complex prosthodontic and orthodontic cases. There will be a review of all ceramic restorations and esthetic implant restorations. The principle concepts of esthetic restorative procedures will be highlighted throughout the course. Implants 46 Hours This course will cover the use, selection, and alternatives in implant dentistry. The implant template design will be stressed. Discussions and cases will be presented for both partially and completely edentulous patients. Types of complete denture support systems will be discussed and presented. The rationale for immediate placement and load techniques will be scientifically discussed. Impressions and laboratory techniques and requirements will be covered. Operative Dentistry 46 Hours This participation course involves two complete weekends and the first section is devoted to adhesive dentistry’s latest developments, esthetic procedures, direct posterior composites, and etiology of tooth wear and treatment options. The second seminar will include cast restorations, indirect composites and porcelain restorations. Oral Medicine/Oral Diagnosis 12 Hours This course includes a through review of important oral pathology. Local and systematic disease processes affecting the head and neck region will be presented in a case based format to engage the participant in active learning. Emphasis will be placed on recognizing, diagnosing and treating oral pathosis. 9
  • 10. Oral Surgery 46 Hours This two part course begins with a thorough health status evaluation followed by management of medical emergencies. Both complicated and complex exodontia is covered with a thorough instruction in third molar and other impaction management. The surgeons present pre- prosthodontic surgical techniques to facilitate the success of prosthodontic restorations. Treatment of infections and medico-legal considerations are presented. Many cases are presented to explain the principles taught. Orthodontics 12 Hours The orthodontic section of this comprehensive dentistry course will include the all important timing of orthodontics care to provide maximum desirable results. Early treatment is desired between ages six and twelve. Adolescent orthodontics will be presented separately as well as adult orthodontics. The course will include surgical modalities available and craniomandibular concerns. Pediatric Dentistry 12 Hours The pediatric dentistry course covers periodontal diseases in children and management of dental trauma and odontogenic infections. The restorative section begins with behavior management, pediatric pain control and continues with restorative procedures for the pediatric patient, space management and pulp therapy. A laboratory experience completes the course. Periodontics 46 Hours This course is usually divided between non-surgical and surgical treatment of periodontal diseases and defects. The first non-surgical section covers the etiology of periodontal diseases relating it to risk factors. In addition the team concept of periodontal treatment is introduced with the emphasis on adequate data collection and treatment planning. Periodontal debridement and adjunctive care will be covered. In the second session surgical management and techniques for treatment of diseases and defects will be taught as well as proper patient selection for surgical therapy. Practice Management 24 Hours Promotion of the individual practice is necessary in today’s competitive society. This course will stress personnel techniques designed to enhance the staff’s ability to promote the practice. The techniques of professional marketing will be covered and shown how they can be applied to an individual dental practice. Much emphasis will be placed on training the dentist to make the most favorable impression on patients. This course is designed to maximize office productivity while minimizing stress. 10
  • 11. Fixed Prosthodontics 46 Hours This two part participation course is designed to review the principles of diagnosis and treatment planning, treatment position, anterior guidance, esthetic principles and current restorative materials. Predictable ceramic restoration fabrication will be taught as well as special restoration of endodontically treated teeth and implant supported fixed prosthesis. Concepts explored in this course will include traditional periodontal prosthesis, diagnosis and treatment of a debilitated dentition and preservation of the complete dentition. Removable Prosthodontics 46 Hours This two part course is divided into partial and complete removable prosthodontics. In the partial removable section subjects covered include treatment alternatives, minibases, claps designs, jaw relationship records, altered cast procedures and impressions for implant supported removable partial dentures. The complete denture section will include accurate impression techniques, tissue preparation, esthetics and phonetic considerations, accurate intermaxillary registration and case management. Special Patient Care 12 Hours This course is primarily geared to help the practitioner understand the needs and special treatment required for geriatric patients as well as those that are medically compromised. The influences on the dentition and oral cavity of certain therapeutic regimens for special diseases will be discussed and cases presented. TMD/Occlusion 46 Hours This participation course is provided in two weekend sections. The first course covers a complete examination technique for facial pain, functional anatomy of the temporomandibular joint, differential diagnosis of facial pain and sleep disturbance. The second weekend section is devoted to occlusal analysis and modification as well as indication for splints and their fabrication. 11
  • 12. Faculty and Staff for CDP 24* Teresa Dolan, D.D.S., M.P.H. Dean Samuel B. Low, D.D.S., M.S., M.Ed. Associate Dean for Continuing Education Lynn King, M.B.A., R.D.H. CDE Coordinator Ken Brauer CDE Customer Service Specialist Marta Miller CDE Program Assistant J. Frank Collins, D.D.S., M.S.D. CDP Consultant James Haddix, D.M.D. CDP Director Ken Anusavice, D.M.D., Ph.D. Biomaterials Karl Soderholm, D.D.S., Ph.D. Biomaterials James Haddix, D.M.D. Endodontics Frank Vertucci, D.M.D. Endodontics Amer Abu-Hanna, D.D.S., M.S. Esthetics John E. Thomas, D.D.S., M.S. Geriatrics Will Martin, D.M.D., M.S. Implants Dean Morton, B.D.S., M.S. Implants James Ruskin, D.M.D., M.D. Implants Don Antonson, D.D.S., M.Ed. Operative Dentistry Neel Bhattacharyya, D.M.D., M.S. Oral Pathology Donald Cohen, D.M.D., M.S., M.B.A. Oral Pathology Matthew Dennis, D.D.S. Oral Surgery Frank Dolwick, D.M.D., Ph.D. Oral Surgery Mark S. Coican, D.M.D., M.S. Orthodontics UFCD Pediatric Dentistry Faculty Pediatrics Samuel B. Low, D.D.S., M.S., M.Ed. Periodontics Gregory E. Oxford, D.D.S., M.S., Ph.D. Periodontics Richard L. Wynn, Ph.D. Pharmacology Joe Carnley, D.D.S. Practice Management Carl Hansen, D.D.S. Prosthodontics Irwin Becker, D.D.S. Prosthodontics Charles Smith, D.D.S. Sleep Disturbances Henry Gremillion, D.D.S. TMJ & Occlusion And Others *There is no guarantee that these instructors will be available to teach in CDP 25. 12
  • 13. Date: University of Florida Comprehensive Dentistry Program Application Class 25 PERSONAL INFORMATION AGD #: STATE LIC.# Name: Social Security # Office Address: MAILING ADDRESS: Office Telephone # Fax # Home Telephone # Office Contact: Date Of Birth: Place of Birth: Email: List states where you hold a license to practice dentistry: GENERAL EDUCATION College or University Dates of Attendance Major Degree from to from to from to PROFESSIONAL AND GRADUATE EDUCATION School Dates of Attendance Major Degree from to from to from to List any academic distinctions, fellowship, scholarships, awards or prizes obtained in college, dental school or subsequently. 13
  • 14. List any scientific or clinical publications or presentations given at meetings of scientific or dental societies: Have you ever been engaged in private practice, or practiced dentistry in the military? Location Type of Practice Full or Part-time Dates Please describe your current practice (solo; group [no. of associates]; no. of staff (assistants, hygienists) Please make a brief statement giving your reasons for seeking advanced education in the Comprehensive Dentistry Program: Please mail this completed application to: If you have any questions please call: UF Continuing Dental Education James Haddix, Course Director (352) 273-5444 P.O. Box 100417 Or email jhaddix @dental.ufl.edu Gainesville, FL 32610-0417 Or fax to: 352-392-2805 X_____________________________ Applicant Signature 14