This is the most common question that we get in our Inbox. So we decided to blog on this so that the info could be of benefit to the aspiring foreign trained Dentists to practice Dentistry in USA.
Our course curriculum has been divided into 2, 4 and 7-day. How did we do this? First we assimilated the most commonly asked procedures by the Universities and dropped them into our 2-day training program bucket. This consists of the following lessons and modules.
- Introduction to the tools and techniques
- Introduction to different types of Burs
- Full cast crown preparation for Maxillary PreMolar
- Full cast crown preparation for Maxillary Molar
- Full cast crown to Mandibular Molar
- PFM crown prep for Maxillary PreMolar
- PFM crown prep for Maxillary Molar
- PFM crown prep for Mandibular PreMolar
- PFM crown prep for Mandibular Molar
- Full Porcelain Crown Prep for Maxillary Canine
- Full Porcelain Crown prep for Mandibular Canine
- Provisional Crown Restoration
- Class II Amalgam Prep Maxillary PreMolar
- Class II Amalgam Prep Maxillary Molar
- Class II Amalgam Prep Mandibular PreMolar
- Class II Amalgam Prep Mandibular Molar
- Class III Prep Maxillary Central Incisor
- Class V prep Maxillary PreMolar
- Amalgam Restoration
- Class II Composite Prep
- Class II Composite Restoration
Universities expect the foreign trained dental graduates to be familiar with the above procedures. You may be asked to perform any of the procedures from the above pool. The above list covers most of the universities. But there are exceptions, as always. A few universities demand more from the graduates. Following are the procedures that you are advised to be familiar, if you really want to maintain a competitive edge and admit no surprises.
- Endodontic access prep Central Incisor
- Endodontic access prep Maxillary Molar
- Endodontic access prep Mandibular Molar
- Instrumentation and Obturation
- Rubber Dam Placement
- RPD Designs
Our course work is intensive and will prepare the students for the Bench Test Exam. We expect all our students to pass the exam with ease. We wish you all a very best of luck!