705.728.1968, ext. 1173
Email: Amy Wilson
The Denturism program will prepare the graduate for a career as a Denturist. Students will develop knowledge, skills and attitudes consistent with their scope of practice in particular assisting clients in attaining and maintaining oral health through the provision of complete, partial and immediate dentures, and dentures over implants. Students are trained specifically in clinical and laboratory aspects related to their field. Students will use a problem-solving framework; basing all decisions, judgments and interventions on current research and theory. The program will prepare the graduate for the legal and ethical responsibilities of a Denturist and with a basic understanding of business practices related to self-employment.
Applicants following the OSS curriculum must have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD - 30 credits) or equivalent.
Applicants following the OSS curriculum must also have: Grade 12 English (C) or (U) (ENG 4C, ENG 4U), plus Chemistry (SCH 4C, SCH 4U, SCH 3U), plus Biology (SB13C, SB13U or SB14U), plus Math Grade 12 (C) or (U) (MAP4C, MCT4C, MHF4U, MCV4U, MDM4U).
Applicants will be assessed based on previous academic achievements in the prerequisite courses and an average of other courses within their final year of study prior to applying to the program.
BIOL1001 Anatomy and Physiology Introduction BIOL1002 Anatomy and Physiology - Advanced BIOL1013 Head and Neck Anatomy BIOL2007 Pathophysiology and Pharmacology - Introduction BIOL3000 Pathophysiology and Pharmacology - Advanced COMP1064 Computer Skills and Applications DENT1013 General and Oral Microbiology DENT1037 Dental Materials DENT1038 Complete Dentures Lab - Introduction DENT1039 Dental Anatomy DENT1019 Oral Histology and Embryology DENT1040 Removable Partial Denture Lab DENT2000 Oral Pathology DENT2009 Dental Radiography DENT2010 Complete Dentures Intermediate DENT2011 Introduction to Clinical Prosthodontics DENT2012 Partial Denture Design DENT2013 Preventive Dentistry DENT2015 Prosthodontic Theory DENT2016 Periodontology DENT3001 Nutrition DENT3002 Community Dentistry ETHC3001 Ethics and Professionalism GERT1000 Gerontology MGMT3007 Denturism Practice Management
DENT2014 Clinical Practice DENT3000 Clinical Practice - Intermediate DENT3003 Clinical Practice - Implants DENT3004 Clinical Practice - Advanced
To be selected at time of registration from the College list, as determined by testing.
General Education Courses
To be selected from College list
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