• Intraoral 4: Restorative Theory and Clinics DENT 9225

    Our Intraoral 4: Restorative Theory and Clinics course uses lab and clinical practice to help you develop your skills with pit and fissure sealants, oral irrigation and polishing restorations.

    Note(s)

    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.

    Clinic Requirements:

    You must provide your own clients for for sealant application clinics. One month before the course start date, the teacher will provide a manual and a letter outlining sealant client criteria.

    Course Essentials:

    You must have your own nursing scrubs, white socks, leather shoes, safety glasses, slow-speed handpiece and motor for labs and clinics.

    Prerequisite(s)

    You must have completed our DENT 9209 Intraoral 3: Restorative Theory and Practice 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.