International Dentist Program/Restorative (IDPR)
IDPR 701. Operative Dentistry I. 2 Units.
Reviews the basic principles and techniques used in cavity preparation and restoration of teeth with silver alloy. Lecture and laboratory course.
IDPR 702. Operative Dentistry II. 2 Units.
Extends basic principles and techniques of cavity preparation and restoration of teeth with aesthetic restorative materials. Studies the source, use, and manipulation of dental materials and their physical properties relative to dentistry. Lecture and laboratory course.
IDPR 704. Introduction to Occlusion. 2 Units.
Studies the temporomandibular joint, muscles of mastication, and the teeth in static and dynamic positions.
IDPR 750. Dental Materials. 2 Units.
Reviews current dental materials, with evidence-based dentistry.
IDPR 761. Removable Prosthodontics I. 2 Units.
Reviews the basic clinical and laboratory removable prosthodontic procedures involved in the fabrication of removable prosthesis. Includes a laboratory component.
IDPR 762. Removable Prosthodontics II. 2 Units.
Reviews the laboratory phases of diagnosing, planning treatment for CD, immediate CD, and relines. Includes a laboratory component.
IDPR 763. Removable Prosthodontics III. 2 Units.
Biomechanics of removable partial dentures and their design and fabrication. Diagnosis and treatment planning for removable partial dentures. Clinical and laboratory procedures and sequencing of treatment for removable partial and complete dentures. Lecture and laboratory course.
IDPR 771. Fixed Prosthodontics I. 2 Units.
Reviews basic tooth preparation for single-casting restorations, tissue management, impression techniques, and temporary restorations. Lecture and laboratory course.
IDPR 772. Fixed Prosthodontics II. 2 Units.
Reviews the basic design and fabrication of multiple unit fixed partial denture, tissue management, impression techniques, and temporary restorations--including single units and fixed partial dentures. Lecture and laboratory course.
IDPR 773. Advanced Prosthodontics for IDP. 2 Units.
Introduces CAD/CAM restoration and laser use in dentistry. Course includes a laboratory component.
IDPR 801. Fixed Prosthodontics III. 2 Units.
Indications, treatment planning, and design of partial coverage metal castings. Introduces additional techniques for fixed prosthodontics. Lecture and laboratory.
IDPR 803. Operative Dentistry III. 2 Units.
Indications, preparations, and placement of the direct and indirect veneer, atypical cast gold, posterior, partial-coverage porcelain restorations, and WREB-type restorations. Lecture and laboratory course.
IDPR 854. Implant Dentistry for the IDP Student. 3 Units.
Scientific and technical foundation for implant surgery and expansion of basic implant procedures. Postplacement care, long-term maintenance, and clinical complications associated with dental implants. Emphasizes restoration of single implants, multiple quadrant posterior implants, and over-denture implants. Lecture and laboratory course.