Loma Linda University

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Jeffrey Henkin, DDS, MS
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
6/2007 - 6/2014

PERI 611

July 2013  Overview of the Program July 2013  Review of normal structures July 2013 Diagnosis and treatment planning July 2013 Pathogenesis of Periodontal Disease July 2013 Epidemiology of Periodontal Disease July 2013 Basic Surgical Principles July 2013 Basic Suturing Principles July 2013 Crown Lengthening August 2013 Introduction to Implants August 2013 Mucogingival Procedures August 2013 Endodontic Periodontic Continuum August 2013 Case Presentation Format September2013 Case Presentation

Clinical Supervision
6/2007 - 10/2014

PERI 725 Clinical Practice of Periodontics

Interactive Teaching
7/2009 - 10/2014

PERI 604 Current Literature

This course is designed to review the current periodontal and implant literature and correlate the clinical treatment of patients with the evidence based literature and encourage critical thinking

7/2007 - 10/2014

Clinical Teaching

I presently attend the graduate periodontics clinic three days/week. This involves direct clinical supervision and teaching of nine graduate students

6/2007 - 10/2014

PERI 634 Clinical Conference

Administrative Teaching Roles
7/2011 - 10/2014

PERI 726 Clinical teaching of implantology.

Clinical supervision of implant cases.

6/2007 - 10/2014

Program Coordinator

I am the Course Coordinator for the following courses: PERI 604 Current Periodontal and Implant Literature PERI 611 Introduction to Periodontics PERi 634 Clinical Conference PERI 697A Research PERI 697B Research PERI 725 Clinical Practice in Periodontics PERI 726 Clinical Practice in Implant Surgery PERI 624 Moderate Sedation PERI 614 Implant Treatment Planning

6/2007 - 10/2014

Program Director

I have been the Director of the Advanced Education Program in Periodontics since June 2007

6/2007 - 6/2014 PERI 614 Implant Treatment Planning
Instructional Prep of New Material
6/2007 - 10/2014

PERI 624

This is a new course in Moderate Sedation that is offered to all graduate dental students. The course is designed to meet the didactic requirements of the Dental Board of California for issuance of a Sedation Permit. This is a 4 credit hour course that includes lectures and laboratory exercises. I developed the syllabus and the schedules for the course and assigned teaching topics to various faculty members. It also requires the completion of the ACLS course offered by the university