Note: This is an archived Handbook entry from 2015.
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This subject has the following teaching availabilities in 2015:Semester 1, Parkville - Taught on campus.
Semester 2, Parkville - Taught on campus.
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|Time Commitment:||Contact Hours: ENDO, PERIO: Six 3-hr sessions each wk in assigned clinics. SND: 5-6 x 3 hr clinical sessions and 1 hr per wk clinical review meeting.PED DENT: Six 3-hr sessions each wk in assigned clinics. This may include one 3-hour session each week of clinical demonstration to undergraduate students and rostered after-hours and weekend on-call responsibilities. ORAL MED, PROS: Five 3-hr sessions each wk in assigned clinics. ORTHO: Five or six 3-hr sessions each wk in supervised clinic sessions. One of these sessions may include one 3-hour session each week of clinical demonstration to undergraduate students. |
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CoordinatorProf Ivan Darby
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Students enrolled in the Doctor of Clinical Dentistry undertake four advanced clinical practice subjects over four consecutive semesters in years 2 and 3 of the course. This is the third of these subjects. It is offered in the following specialties:
ENDODONTICS: The clinical management and presentation of a wide range of endodontic problems, with emphasis on complex cases.
ORAL MEDICINE: Exposure to more difficult and advanced cases of persons with a wide range of oro-facial and dental problems, those with complex pharmacological management of medical conditions and those with oral manifestations of systemic disease.
ORTHODONTICS: The clinical management at a specialist level of children, adolescents and adults with a wide variety of clinical problems.
PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY: The clinical management at a specialist level of children and adolescents with a wide variety of clinical dental problems. This subject includes a period of residency at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne.
PERIODONTICS: The clinical management at a specialist level of patients with a variety of periodontal conditions.
PROSTHODONTICS: Clinical management of individuals with advanced prosthodontic requirements at a specialist standard.
SPECIAL NEEDS DENTISTRY: The clinical management of a wide range of individuals with special needs at a specialist standard, including treatment using sedation or general anaesthesia.
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To provide advanced clinical practice in the student's chosen specialty.
ENDO: An overall pass in the end of year written and oral examinations must be achieved for a pass in this subject.
ORAL MED: An overall pass mark on the assignments and case presentations for the year must be achieved for a pass in this subject.
ORTHO: To pass this subject, students must demonstrate proficient management of clinical orthodontic problems under supervision.
PED DENT: To pass this subject, students must demonstrate proficient management of clinical dental problems in children and adolescents.
PERIO: Proficient clinical management of moderate to advanced periodontitis cases and pass in case presentations for the year.
PROS: An overall pass mark in the clinical examinations for the semester must be achieved for a pass in this subject.
SND: An overall pass mark in the clinical examinations for the semester must be achieved for a pass in this subject.
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This subject is not available as a breadth subject.
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