Oral Surgery (OSUR)

Courses

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

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, Canvas-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 8501. Specialist Advanced Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 1. 1 Credit Hour.

Students at the PGY4 level of OMS residency training will rotate in General Surgery and Anesthesia at an intern level. Residents participating in the General Surgery and Anesthesia rotations are treated like all medical or surgical residents of the same level. Assignments are consecutive. One anesthesia month is dedicated to pediatric anesthesia service or ambulatory pediatric anesthesia. Residents will complete monthly rotations on surgical services that have been designed to capitalize on the true broad-spectrum general surgery practice including Vascular, CT Surgery, Neurosurgery, Trauma, VA Blue and SICU. All rotations will be performed at University Hospital and VA Hospital in San Antonio, TX. These rotations meet the accreditation standards set out by the Commission on Dental Accreditation and are a requirement to advance to the next year (4-3.1, 4-3.2 and 4-3.3). Prerequisites: Successful completion of PGY1-PGY3 years in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery training program.

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

Students at the PGY4 level of OMS residency training will rotate in General Surgery and Anesthesia at an intern level. Residents participating in the General Surgery and Anesthesia rotations are treated like all medical or surgical residents of the same level. Assignments are consecutive. One anesthesia month is dedicated to pediatric anesthesia service or ambulatory pediatric anesthesia. Residents will complete monthly rotations on surgical services that have been designed to capitalize on the true broad-spectrum general surgery practice including Vascular, CT Surgery, Neurosurgery, Trauma, VA Blue and SICU. All rotations will be performed at University Hospital and VA Hospital in San Antonio, TX. These rotations meet the accreditation standards set out by the Commission on Dental Accreditation and are a requirement to advance to the next year (4-3.1, 4-3.2 and 4-3.3). Prerequisites: Must successfully complete PGY1-PGY3 years in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery training program.

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.