Mini Residency in Pediatric Dentistry - September 2024

Enthusiastic, experienced professors and clinical thought-leaders will share advancements in pediatric dentistry over the course of three fast-moving days. The instructors will guide you through several clinical cases and hands-on workshops relevant to your pediatric practice. In addition, you will benefit from the individual attention from faculty and close interaction with fellow course participants afforded by the small class size. After this practical program, you will return to your practice with the knowledge, confidence, and skills to treat children using present-day materials and forward-thinking techniques. 

Course Audience:

Register for Upcoming Sessions

September 6, 2024 8:00 am - September 8, 2024 12:15 pm

All times for all events are in local Central Time.

Session Location: 

Lynda J. Young Conference Room
6-410 Moos HS Tower

Course Number: CF4416

Enrollment is limited to 30. 



Learn How To 

  • Assess updated pediatric guidelines of care 
  • Gather medical history and informed consent documentation 
  • Determine the benefits and pitfalls of parents' and caregivers' presence in the operatory 
  • Analyze current prevention methods 
  • Utilize updated strategies to manage pain and anxiety among children 
  • Select the most appropriate restorative procedures and materials
  • Understand assessment and removal of deep carious lesions
  • Diagnose the primary teeth and young permanent teeth pulp status
  • Prepare teeth for pulpotomy and pulpectomy 
  • Manage developing malocclusion in the primary and early mixed dentition 
  • Analyze ectopic eruptions during mixed dentition 
  • Design and fabricate space maintainers 
  • Prepare and restore primary molars with stainless steel crowns 
  • Prepare and restore class I and II primary molar lesions with RMGI 
  • Prepare teeth for pulpotomy and pulpectomy 
  • Implement current techniques in anterior strip crowns and posterior pediatric zirconia crowns 
  • Prepare and adapt teeth for zirconia crowns 
  • Evaluate traumatic injuries in the primary and mixed dentition 

Training Methods

Illustrated lectures, discussion, demonstration, case studies, laboratory exercises