Oral Surgery (OSUR)

Courses

OSUR 6000. Introduction to Advanced Oral Surgery for Interns. 1 Credit Hour.

OSUR 6051. Oral Surgery 1. 1.5 Credit Hour.

Didactic presentation of basic principles of oral & maxillofacial surgery is included in this course. Detailed instruction in biopsy technique, suturing, tooth removal, preparation of the mouth for dentures, and minor oral surgery is included. Lab fee included in general laboratory fee.

OSUR 6056. Local Anesthesia. 1.5 Credit Hour.

This is a didactic course dealing with aspects of local anesthesia as they relate to dental practice. Neuroanatomy, physiology, and pharmacology of local anesthesia are presented, as well as the prevention and management of complications and emergencies encountered in clinical local anesthesia.

OSUR 6140. Nitrous Oxide. 0.5 Credit Hours.

This is a didactic and laboratory course presenting the fundamentals of patient anxiety control through the use of nitrous oxide conscious sedation for both the adult and child patient.

OSUR 7051. Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. 4 Credit Hours.

The junior Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery experience will be a concentrated exposure to the specialty. OSUR 7051 consists of clinical experiences and a self-study, Blackboard-based course. Biweekly seminars will supplement the self-study course. Junior students will be assigned to the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery service for four weeks. During this time they will treat patients in the outpatient OMS clinic, the University Hospital Clinic Downtown, and they will work in the OMS Suite. Outpatient dentoalveolar surgery will be the focus. Students will have an opportunity to administer nitrous oxide sedation and observe cases where intravenous sedation is used. Opportunities may also be available for a limited number of students to observe and participate in the OR, ER, and on rounds at the University Hospital.

OSUR 8055. Advanced Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. 0.5 Credit Hours.

This course provides essential advanced information about Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery as it relates to the practice of General Dentistry and covered on the National Board exam. The course encompasses material on advanced dentoalveolar surgery, trauma management, reconstructive surgeries, management of sinus and salivary gland disease, cosmetic surgery and other entities managed by the Oral and Maxillofacial surgeon.

OSUR 8501. Specialist Advanced Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 1. 1 Credit Hour.

Each course in this sequence contains modules in: case conference, dentofacial deformities, anesthesia and pain control, journal club, oral pathology, prosthetics conference, and morbidity and mortality conference. Students at each of the various levels participate in common session seminar, lecture, discussion, and case presentation sessions. At each progressive course level, increased knowledge, higher skills, and more-deeply-informed attitudes are expected of the student.

OSUR 8502. Specialist Advanced Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 2. 1 Credit Hour.

Each course in this sequence contains modules in: case conference, dentofacial deformities, anesthesia and pain control, journal club, oral pathology, prosthetics conference, and morbidity and mortality conference. Students at each of the various levels participate in common session seminar, lecture, discussion, and case presentation sessions. At each progressive course level, increased knowledge, higher skills, and more-deeply-informed attitudes are expected of the student.

OSUR 8503. Specialist Advanced Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 3. 1 Credit Hour.

Each course in this sequence contains modules in: case conference, dentofacial deformities, anesthesia and pain control, journal club, oral pathology, prosthetics conference, and morbidity and mortality conference. Students at each of the various levels participate in common session seminar, lecture, discussion, and case presentation sessions. At each progressive course level, increased knowledge, higher skills, and more-deeply-informed attitudes are expected of the student.

OSUR 8504. Specialist Advanced Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 4. 1 Credit Hour.

Each course in this sequence contains modules in: case conference, dentofacial deformities, anesthesia and pain control, journal club, oral pathology, prosthetics conference, and morbidity and mortality conference. Students at each of the various levels participate in common session seminar, lecture, discussion, and case presentation sessions. At each progressive course level, increased knowledge, higher skills, and more-deeply-informed attitudes are expected of the student.

OSUR 8505. Specialist Advanced Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 5. 1 Credit Hour.

Each course in this sequence contains modules in: case conference, dentofacial deformities, anesthesia and pain control, journal club, oral pathology, prosthetics conference, and morbidity and mortality conference. Students at each of the various levels participate in common session seminar, lecture, discussion, and case presentation sessions. At each progressive course level, increased knowledge, higher skills, and more-deeply-informed attitudes are expected of the student.

OSUR 8506. Specialist Advanced Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 6. 1 Credit Hour.

Each course in this sequence contains modules in: case conference, dentofacial deformities, anesthesia and pain control, journal club, oral pathology, prosthetics conference, and morbidity and mortality conference. Students at each of the various levels participate in common session seminar, lecture, discussion, and case presentation sessions. At each progressive course level, increased knowledge, higher skills, and more-deeply-informed attitudes are expected of the student.