Courses

PERIO 5700 Periodontic Residency I Credits: 1-2

Didactics, Seminars in Basic Periodontics with Clinical Practice.

PERIO 5701 Periodontal Residency I Credits: 1-6

Clinical Periodontics with Related Didactics and Seminar. This first year course introduces the incoming advanced education student to the principles and techniques in the field of advanced peridontics.

PERIO 5702 Periodontal Residency II Credits: 1-6

Clinical Periodontics with Related Didactic and Seminar. This first year course continues the instruction of the advanced education student to the principles and techniques in the field of advanced periodontics.

Prerequisites: PERIO 5701.

PERIO 5703 Periodontal Residency III Credits: 1-6

Clinical periodontics, with related didactics and seminar. This first year course continues the instruction of the advanced education student to the principles and techniques in the field of advanced periodontics, and builds upon the material taught in previous courses as well as introduces new information.

PERIO 5704 Periodontal Residency IV Credits: 1-6

Clinical periodontics with related didactics and seminar. This second year course is designed to transition the first year student into a second year advanced education student and builds upon the material taught in previous courses as well as introducing new information.

Prerequisites: PERIO 5701, PERIO 5702, PERIO 5703.

PERIO 5705 Periodontal Residency V Credits: 1-6

Clinical Periodontics with Related Didactics and Seminar. This second year course continues the instruction of the advanced education student to the principles and techniques in the field of advanced periodontics, and builds upon the material taught in previous courses as well as introducing new information.

Prerequisites: PERIO 5704.

PERIO 5706 Periodontal Residency VI Credits: 1-6

Clinical Periodontics with Related Didactics and Seminar. This second year course is designed to build upon the In-depth knowledge base of the advanced education student, as well as introducing new information, transitioning the student into a more proficient student in advanced periodontics.

Prerequisites: PERIO 5705.

PERIO 5707 Periodontal Residency VII Credits: 1-6

Clinical Periodontics with Related Didactics and Seminar. This third year course serves to transition the student into a clinician who by repeated action exhibits in depth levels of knowledge and skill. It builds upon material previously taught.

Prerequisites: PERIO 5706.

PERIO 5708 Periodontal Residency VIII Credits: 1-6

Clinical Periodontics with Related Didactics and Seminar. This third year course builds upon information previously taught and completes the transition of the student into a proficient specialist in Periodontology.

Prerequisites: PERIO 5707.

PERIO 5719 Implantology Credits: 2

This 2 credit hour seminar is designed for a student in the Advanced Education Program in Periodontology to develop in-depth knowledge of the concepts and theories of implant dentistry as they relate to periodontist. It will provide basic and advanced information and guidance which will serve to complement course work in PERIO 5702 through PERIO 5709, and the clinical implant dentistry experience offered in the program,at a minimum to a level of competency.

PERIO 5720 General Anesthesia Credit: 1

A rotation to the Department of Anesthesiology of K.C. Veterans Administration Medical Center. Students become familiar with operating room procedures, medical emergencies, venipuncture, airway maintenance and pharmaco-physiology of sedative, analgesic and anesthetic agents as well as drug interactions.

PERIO 5730 Biology Of The Periodontium Credits: 1-2

Biology of the Periodontium covers the embryology, histology, ultrastructure and biochemistry of stratified squamous epithelium, fibrous connective tissue, bone and cementum. These four tissues are studied in health and during inflammatory disease and healing of surgical wounds. Major emphasis is placed on immune system interactions with bone and fibrous connective tissue components during inflammatory periodontal disease.

PERIO 5799 Research And Thesis Credits: 1-6

PERIO 5899 Required Graduate Enrollment Credit: 1