The extensive educational activities of this Section include courses for dental students, residents, and international trainees.
Predoctoral instruction is provided in the areas of dental morphology, oral medicine, internal medicine, clinical patient assessment, dental management of medically compromised patients, treatment planning, TMJ disorders, orofacial pain of non-dental origin, occlusion, and dental therapeutics.
In addition, the Section’s faculty members supervise the patient assessment, the oral medicine, and the advanced treatment planning clinics. Students identify patients with jaw dysfunction and chronic pain, sleep related parafunction and sleep breathing disorders, for consultation and co-treatment with faculty and in the Graduate Orofacial Pain Clinic.
2-Year Postgraduate Clinical Training Programs