DCG Holds Grand Rounds for Students and Practitioners

The DCG hosted Grand Rounds on April 24 in Education Commons 1210. Grand rounds are a methodology of education and patient care in which practitioners present complex, interesting, or illustrative clinical problems and treatment cases to an audience of professionals and students for discussion and evaluation. The event was sponsored by the DCG Office of Advanced Education and The DCG Dean’s Office.

Faculty and residents presented real-life cases for dialogue with their colleagues. Dr. Todd Schoenbaum, Professor in the Department of Restorative Sciences, served as guest speaker and also presented, “Rescue treatment for implants in the aesthetic zone: risks and realities.” Dr. Joshua Jernigan, Orthodontics Resident, and Dr. Rachel Elvis, Pediatric Dentistry Resident, co-presented, “Orthodontic Management of Intrusion: The Aftermath of an Intense Game of Musical Chairs.” Dr. Joshua Stewart, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Resident, and Dr. Christian Walker (DMD, 2023) presented, “Orthognathic Surgery with Prosthodontic Twist.” Dr. Diana Tran, Endodontics Resident, and Dr. Kevin ShepherdPeriodontics Resident, co-presented, “Anatomical Considerations in Flap Management and the Application of TEMS (Targeted Endodontic Microsurgery) for Bone Preservation.”


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Stacey Hudson

Stacey Hudson is communications coordinator for the Dental College of Georgia.

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