This discipline aims to equip students with the theoretical background and practical experience necessary for the practice of clinical Oral Medicine; being the non-surgical management of diseases affecting the oro-facial tissues and adjacent areas. Skills and knowledge in a range of relevant areas are developed including: history taking; examination; application and interpretation of special investigations including radiology, serology and biopsies; differential diagnosis; treatment planning; clinical records; quality of care evaluation; development of effective communication skills in interdisciplinary clinical practice; and the principles and practice of relevant pharmacology. In addition; Oral Medicine as taught and practiced at the University of Sydney and Westmead Centre for Oral Health includes diagnosis and treatment planning for dental management of medically complex patients.
utorials, lectures, clinical practice
Continuous sessional Assessment 20%; Viva Voce 15%, clinical viva 15%; written paper 15%
Burket's Oral Medicine; M Glick, 12th Edition, 2014; Oral Pathology Clinical Pathologic Correlations, JA Regezi, JJ Sciubba, RCK Jordan, 6th Edition, 2011; Scully's Medical Problems in Dentistry, Scully C, 7th Edition, 2014; Little and Falace's Dental Management of the Medically Compromised Patient, Little JW, , CS Miller, 8th Edition, 2012,; Management Of Temoporomandibular Disorders And Occlusion. Okeson JP, 7th Edition, 2012; Bells Orofacial Pain; Okeson JP, 7th Edition, 2014; Orofacial Pain; Zakrewska JM, 9th Edition, 2009
Comprehensive knowledge in all aspects of General Dentistry, particularly in Restorative Dentistry and Oral Rehabilitation
DENT5124 and DENT5125 and DENT5126 and DENT6013Co-requisites
DENT5225 and DENT5226 and DENT6014Prohibitions
physical and/or mental impairments jeopardizing performance of safe clinical dentistry and safety/health of patients and staff.