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168 Faculty of Clinical Dentistry Professor Smith phil sc Professor Sowray Inglis ph Alcalay Ellisdon orth Forman Β Millar orth O'Riordan Bhatia sc Β Eley ph Howard orth Langdon Schreiber Peta Smith Tinsley dip bact path Wright COURSES AVAILABLE clinical dentistry The course in Clinical Dentistry lasting three years and one term leads to the award of the degree and the Faculty trains students to sit the University-Based Final Examinations Parts Path- ology Part II Human Disease Part III Pharmacology and Thera- peutics Part IV Prosthetic Dentistry including the Properties of Dental Materials and Part Dental Surgery including Oral Path- ology Orthodontics and Paedodontics The course prepares the undergraduate for independent practice upon qualification and for full range of postgraduate activity At King's students are taught in small groups and are encouraged to assume an appropriate level of responsibility for patient care early in their clinical course Whole patient care which implies consideration of the patient's total medical and dental needs rather than the provision of items of treatment is given great emphasis Treatment planning with special regard to preventative dentistry is seen to be very important Postgraduate Courses Graduates are admitted to Sc courses in Dental Radiology Oral Surgery and Orthodontics and research students are accepted to
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