Introduction to Advanced Prosthodontics I

DENT X 410.1A
This course is open to trainees of UCLA School of Dentistry’s Post DDS Certificate programs only. For information, please visit https://www.dentistry.ucla.edu/learning/post-dds.
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Starting at $4,700.00
As few as 13 weeks
20.0 Credits

About this course:

Students will participate in required seminars and observe in the advanced prosthodontics clinic and laboratory. Required seminars are designed to provide students with an understanding of the basics of advanced prosthodontics. Observation in the dental laboratory will permit students to become familiar with various laboratory diagnostic, preparatory, and prosthetic fabrication procedures. They will observe cases in various stage of treatment progress and discuss treatment with residents. Students will also observe clinical procedures performed by the advanced prosthodontics residents. This permits the student to become familiar with comprehensive clinical procedures of full-mouth rehabilitation including fixed, removable and implant prosthodontics.

This course is open to trainees of UCLA School of Dentistry’s Post DDS Certificate programs only. For information, please visit https://www.dentistry.ucla.edu/learning/post-dds.

Summer 2019 Schedule

These courses meet in person and make use of an online presence to varying degrees.

Available
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Location: UCLA
367343
Fee:
$4,700.00
36 days left. Enroll by Jun 24, 2019
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Notes
Visitors not permitted.

Non-refundable.
Refund Deadline
TBD

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