• Intraoral 2: Procedures, Practice and Clinics DENT 9279


    Our Intraoral 2: Procedures, Practice and Clinics course provides lab and clinical practice for such skills as client reception, working positions, mouth mirrors, explorers, instrument grasps and isolation techniques as well as intraoral duties (coronal polishing, fluoride treatments, sealants, alginate impressions, rubber dam, topical gel application, dental liners and oral self-care).


    Attendance Requirements:

    You must attend 100% of the classes scheduled to pass this clinical course. There are no make-up opportunities for missed lab skills practice or evaluations.

    Course Delivery Method:

    You will be expected to study the procedures at home during the week then attend class on the weekend to review the theory and take part in demonstrations and laboratory and clinical practice.

    Course Essentials:

    You will be required to have your own nursing scrubs, white socks, leather shoes, safety glasses, slow-speed handpiece and motor for labs and clinics, and you will be required to provide your own clients for clinics. (The teacher will provide more information on client clinics and client criteria.)


    You must have completed our DENT 9278 Intraoral 1: Theory and Concepts course. If you do not meet this requirement, you must have a dental assisting diploma and you must be working in a dental office and you must have completed the clinical pre-placement health form and you must be HARP Act certified. Additionally, you must secure approval to register 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.