• Intraoral 1: Theory and Concepts DENT 9206

    Paper-based Distance

    Our Intraoral 1: Theory and Concepts course helps you expand your knowledge of orofacial anatomy, pathology, preventive dentistry, peridontology, pharmacology and emergency care. Review nutrition, oral self-care concepts (which provide the basis for client counselling), current regulations and concepts of practice as you develop the knowledge needed for a foundation in intraoral procedures.

    Note(s)

    Course Delivery Method:

    This is a self-directed paper-based course you complete at home. A study package will be provided to you on or before the start date. The teacher will contact you by telephone within two weeks after the start date to address any questions or concerns you may have.

    Exam(s):

    The mid-term and final exams for this course are held at our Waterfront Campus in Toronto, Ontario. If you live too far away to come to that campus, email cecommunity@georgebrown.ca to arrange to have your exam supervised by an approved test centre.

    Prerequisite(s)

    You must have a diploma from a recognized dental assisting school and you must be working in a dental office and you must have completed the appropriate clinical pre-placement health form and you must be Healing Arts Radiation Protection (HARP) Act certified. Additionally, you must secure approval before you register for this course by emailing cecommunity@georgebrown.ca with scanned copies of your transcripts and diploma, a letter from your employer, your HARP Act certification and your completed clinical pre-placement health PDF form.

    Contact Information

    Some courses require you to purchase a textbook. The cost of the textbook is not included in the course fee unless otherwise indicated. If there is a textbook assigned for this course, it will be listed on the bookstore website.