Tooth Anatomy for Dental Auxiliary 

Saturday, July 8, 2017
8:00 a.m. - Noon


Postle Hall
305 W. 12th Avenue
Room 0005H (Dental Hygiene Pre-Clinic Lab)

This course is a prerequisite for the EFDA continuing education course at The Ohio State University.

This course provides an overview of the terminology and characteristics of all teeth in the adult and deciduous dentition. The course is open to all dental professionals, but it is a mandatory prerequisite for acceptance into the EFDA Continuing Education program offered through OSU. The course will include hands-on identification of all important tooth structures (pits, fissures, fossae, cusps, ridges, contours, preparation walls and angles, etc.).  Registrants will receive a confirmation email that includes material to study prior to attending the course.

At the conclusion of the course, those certified dental assistants or registered dental hygienists who plan to apply for the EFDA Program will take a short written quiz on the course material and will be expected to complete an amalgam exercise. The results of the quiz and amalgam exercise will be used during the selection process for the EFDA course*.

Dress Code:
Scrubs
Lab coat
Safety glasses
Closed-toe shoes

*Participants of this course do not need to be a certified dental assistant, however, you will need to be certified by the time of application to the EFDA program.

Click here for more information on the OSU EFDA program

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