22. May 2019 - 9:00 till 11:00
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Faculty Development and Networking: Teaching Periodontics in the New Curriculum | Texas A&M University College of Dentistry | Wednesday, 22. May 2019

Faculty Development and Networking:  What we Teach
Teaching Periodontics in the New Curriculum
Course Summary: This presentation will provide an overview of the competencies that students are expected to attain in periodontics, including the diagnosis, treatment planning, and treatment of mild and moderate periodontitis cases. Procedures such as probing, measuring attachment loss, identifying furcation involvement, mobility, and mucogingival deficiencies will be addressed. The importance of plaque control will be emphasized; the new periodontal classification system will be reviewed, and best practices for incorporating periodontics into general practice will be highlighted.
Course Objectives:       
To provide COD faculty with an overview of the competencies we expect the students to achieve in periodontics
Deborah Foyle, DDS, MS, MSc 
Dr. Deborah Foyle is a Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of Predoctoral Periodontics at TAMCOD. She is a board-certified Periodontist with 30 years of private practice experience, seven of which were as a general practitioner.

Date/Time of Presentation:     Wednesday, May 22, 2019 / 9 – 11 am
C.E. Credit Requested: 2 hours
Location of Presentation:       Room 605
AGD Code: 734 Clinical Diagnosis, 735 Treatment Planning, 490 Periodontics    
Responsible Faculty Member:  Dr. Lavern J. Holyfield, Director of Diversity and Faculty Development

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