Ostrow School of Dentistry

Courses of Instruction

The terms indicated are expected but are not guaranteed. For the courses offered during any given term, consult the Schedule of Classes.

Interdisciplinary — Restorative Dentistry (INTR)

INTR 503 Preclinical Diagnosis and Treatment Planning (2) Interdisciplinary course focusing on diagnosis and treatment planning through didactic course work and workshops which will include data collection/assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning methodologies, and specialty considerations.

INTR 524abcdef Clinical Practice (0-0-0-0-0-3, FaSpSm) The clinical component of existing didactic courses in Practice Management and Human Behavior. Graded IP.

INTR 550ab Introduction to Clinical Dentistry (0-1) Clinical operatory preparation; asepsis and sterilization; preventive dentistry; introduction to physical evaluation, extra- and intra-oral examinations, treatment sequencing, dental specialty areas; includes clinical assisting.

INTR 551abcde Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment Planning (0-0-0-0-1) Large and small group seminars focusing on diagnosis and treatment planning involving multiple specialty case presentations; integrated therapy, contingency plans and case presentations will be included.

INTR 553abcdef Clinic: Diagnosis and Treatment Planning (0-0-0-0-0-2) Clinical experience in diagnostic procedures and treatment planning in care of dental patients. Includes student preparation of documentation of patient care and seminar.

INTR 652 Externship (1-6) Dental experience at an off-site location — not limited to clinical experience. Student participation must be approved by Associate Dean for Student and Academic Life.

INTR 690abcdef Directed Dental Research (1-12 each) Dental clinical and/or basic science research under faculty guidance; proposal developed, research conducted, conclusion drawn, paper written. Units determined by extent of research. Graded CR/NC.