Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry
Below are the courses available from the PGDE subject code. Select a course to view the available classes, additional class notes, and class times
This general residency program is one calendar year in length., July 1 through June 30. Six DDS graduates are accepted each year, those accepted primarily being DDS graduates in the year in which they begin the residency. Under the direction of dental specialists and general practitioners, residents will provide care to patients who cannot be seen by undergraduate dental students because of the complexity and/or scope of the required treatment. Through seminar sessions and clinical teaching, the areas of endodontics, periodontics, prosthodontics, oral surgery, dental implants, pediatric dentistry, hospital dentistry, conscious sedation, advanced oral diagnosis and treatment planning, oral medicine, orofacial pain and advanced general dentistry are taught. Residents will also be involved in the University of Alberta Hospital Dental Service, providing clinical treatment to patients during scheduled daytime clinics, evening and weekend emergency walk-in clinics and on -call. An important additional component of this residency program is off site rotations to underserved areas of this province.