This course covers a review of relevant clinical and surgical training and continues to explore appropriate areas of oral surgery including: the management of oro-facial pain including TMJ disorders. An opportunity for rural and/or international placements will be undertaken in regional centres and in North America and Asia.
Clinical assessment (30%) Participation in all, and presentation at three clinical meetings achieving a satisfactory mark (70%)
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(DENT5210 and DENT6215 and DENT6219 and DENT6012)Co-requisites
(DENT6385 and DENT5300 and DENT6013)