ENDN 534. Endodontic Treatment Conference. 1-2 Units.
Evaluates and discusses diagnosis, treatment planning, prognosis, and outcome of endodontic treatment cases. Repeated registrations required to fulfill the total units.
ENDN 601. Principles of Endodontics. 2 Units.
Comprehensive study of various aspects of endodontics. Repeated registrations required to fulfill the total units.
ENDN 604. Literature Seminar in Endodontics. 2 Units.
Reviews literature pertaining to the principles and practice of endodontics. Repeated registrations required to fulfill total units.
ENDN 654. Practice Teaching in Endodontics. 1 Unit.
Supervised teaching in the endodontic preclinical laboratory and predoctoral clinic. Repeated registrations required to fulfill total units.
ENDN 657. Written/Oral Board Review Course for the American Board of Endodontics. 2 Units.
Weekly lecture series that exposes advanced specialty students to the crucial content and format of the American Board of Endodontics (ABE) examination. Assists students with preparing for and taking the required written portion of the examination prior to completion of the endodontics program, and exposes them to the oral examination that is part of the board certification process for the endodontics profession.
ENDN 697A. Research. 1 Unit.
Student identifies a research project, prepares a protocol, and obtains approval for the protocol. Multiple registrations may be needed to complete these research activities.
ENDN 697B. Research. 1 Unit.
Conducting the actual research project, including the data collection. Multiple registrations may be needed to complete these research activities.
ENDN 697C. Research. 1 Unit.
Student completes research project, holds a public presentation of research, and submits a publishable paper to his/her research guidance committee (RGC) for approval. Multiple registrations may be needed to complete the publishable paper.
ENDN 698. Thesis. 1 Unit.
ENDN 725. Clinical Practice in Endodontics. 1-8 Units.
Provides practice and experience in all aspects of endodontics. Emphasizes obtaining experience in treating complex endodontic cases. Repeated registrations required to fulfill total units.
ENDN 726. Clinical Practice of Implant Dentistry in Endodontics. 1,2 Unit.
Clinical experience in the diagnosis and treatment of patients who may benefit from implant dentistry therapy. Repeated registrations required to complete total units.
ENDN 831. Endodontics I. 1 Unit.
Didactic course provides foundational knowledge to prepare the student to manage patients with diseases of pulpal origin.
ENDN 832. Endodontics II. 2 Units.
Preliminary laboratory course that introduces basic skills necessary to perform endodontic treatment on permanent teeth with uncomplicated root canal systems. IDP students complete 2 units over the D3 Spring and Summer quarters before a final grade is given.
ENDN 834. Endodontics III. 1 Unit.
Didactic course that contains essential information on various topics in endodontics and elevates the students' diagnostic and treatment-planning skills.
ENDN 835. Endodontics IV. 1 Unit.
Secondary laboratory course that reinforces prior basic skills taught in ENDN 832, and introduces additional skills necessary to perform endodontic treatment on uncomplicated permanent teeth using advances in technology.
ENDN 875. Endodontics Clinic. 1 Unit.
Endodontic clinical experience provides students with the opportunity to manage patients with endodontic disease through diagnosis, treatment of uncomplicated endodontic conditions, referral of complicated problems, and evaluation of treatment outcomes.