Reid Friesen

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry - Dentistry Dept

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Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry - Dentistry Dept
Email
rtfriese@ualberta.ca
Address
5-316 Edmonton Clinic Health Academy
11405 87 Ave NW
Edmonton AB
T6G 1C9

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About

Dr. Reid Friesen

BMSc, DDS, MSc, FRCD(C)

Dr. Reid Friesen is a board-certified Oral Medicine specialist.  He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Alberta in 2014. During his dental education, he won several awards, including the Gold Medal in Dentistry for graduating first overall in his dental class. Subsequently, he embarked on his Oral Medicine Specialty training at the University of Alberta, and obtained a master’s degree in medical sciences in 2018.  

He is currently an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Alberta and is involved in training Oral Medicine graduate students, as well as undergraduate dental and dental hygiene students.  Additionally, he is a fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada (RCDC). His clinical practice focuses on the treatment of Orofacial Pain/Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction, Oral Mucosal Disease and Dental Sleep Medicine.

Courses

DENT 520 - Temporomandibular Disorders, Orofacial Pain and Sleep-Disordered Breathing Clinics I

Applied clinical program in which clinical education and experience is obtained through supervised management of patients presenting with temporomandibular disorders, orofacial pain and/or sleep-disordered breathing.


DENT 521 - Temporomandibular Disorders, Orofacial Pain and Sleep-Disordered Breathing Clinics II

Clinical education and experience is obtained through supervised management of patients presenting with temporomandibular disorders, orofacial pain and/or sleep-disordered breathing. Prerequisite: DENT 520.


DENT 522 - Temporomandibular Disorders, Orofacial Pain and Sleep-Disordered Breathing Clinics III

Clinical education and experience is obtained through supervised management of patients presenting with temporomandibular disorders, orofacial pain and/or sleep-disordered breathing. Prerequisite: DENT 521.


DENT 620 - Temporomandibular Disorders, Orofacial Pain and Sleep-Disordered Breathing Clinics IV

Second year applied clinical program in which clinical education and experience is obtained through supervised management of patients presenting with temporomandibular disorders, orofacial pains and/or sleep-disordered breathing. Prerequisite: DENT 522.


DENT 621 - Temporomandibular Disorders, Orofacial Pain and Sleep-Disordered Breathing Clinics V

Second term for the second year applied clinical program in which clinical education and experience is obtained through supervised management of patients presenting with temporomandibular disorders and/or other orofacial pains. Prerequisite: DENT 620.


DENT 622 - Temporomandibular Disorders, Orofacial Pain and Sleep-Disordered Breathing Clinics VI

Clinical program in which clinical education and experience is obtained through supervised management of patients presenting with temporomandibular disorders orofacial pains and/or sleep-disordered breathing. Prerequisite: DENT 621.


DENT 720 - Temporomandibular Disorders, Orofacial Pain and Sleep-Disordered Breathing Clinics VII

Third year applied clinical program in which clinical education and experience is obtained through supervised management of patients presenting with temporomandibular disorders, orofacial pains and/or sleep-disordered breathing. Prerequisite: DENT 622.


DENT 721 - Temporomandibular Disorders, Orofacial Pain and Sleep-Disordered Breathing Clinics VIII

Third year applied clinical program in which clinical education and experience is obtained through supervised management of patients presenting with temporomandibular disorders, orofacial pains and/or sleep-disordered breathing. Prerequisite: DENT 720.


DENT 722 - Temporomandibular Disorders, Orofacial Pain and Sleep-Disordered Breathing Clinics IX

Third year applied clinical program in which clinical education and experience is obtained through supervised management of patients presenting with temporomandibular disorders, orofacial pains and/or sleep-disordered breathing Prerequisite: DENT 721.


DENT 763B - Temporomandibular Disorders/Orofacial Pain Clinics III

Third year applied clinical program in which clinical education and experience is obtained through supervised management of patients presenting with temporomandibular disorders and/or other orofacial pains. Prerequisite: DENT 663.


OBIOL 305A - Pathology

Introduction to the principles of pathology with consideration of the more common diseases affecting the human body. Visual differentiation between normal and abnormal tissues; the physiological and pathological changes which affect the teeth, their supporting structures and the oral mucosa, including oral manifestations of selected systemic disturbances.


OBIOL 305B - Pathology

Introduction to the principles of pathology with consideration of the more common diseases affecting the human body. Visual differentiation between normal and abnormal tissues; the physiological and pathological changes which affect the teeth, their supporting structures and the oral mucosa, including oral manifestations of selected systemic disturbances.


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Featured Publications

A systematic review on the association between clinical symptoms and CBCT findings in symptomatic TMJ degenerative joint disease

AADOCR/CADR. 2022 March;


Wu M, Almeida FT, Friesen R

Journal of Oral and Facial Pain and Headache . 2021 December; 35 (4):332-345 10.11607/ofph.2953


Ivonne A Hernández 1, Reid Friesen 1, Tim McGaw 1, Liran Levin 2

Clin Adv Periodontics. 2021 November; 10.1002/cap.10189


Shen, Y.; Yoon, M.N.; Ortiz, S.; Friesen, R.; Lai, H.

Dentistry Journal. 2021 August; 10.3390/dj9080094


Viegas-Costa L.C., Friesen R., Flores-Mir C., McGaw T.

Clinical Rheumatology. 2021 June; 10.1007/s10067-021-05813-5


Classifying Features for an Oral Lesion Image Learning Tool

American Academy of Oral Medicine. 2021 April;


Oral Small Fiber Neuropathy in Lyme Disease: is Botulinum Toxin type-A a therapeutic option in its management? - A Case Report

American Academy of Oral Medicine. 2021 April;


Orofacial Pain as the First Sign of Central Giant Cell Granuloma

American Academy of Oral Medicine. 2021 April;