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L. Parnell Taylor, DDS
Associate Professor, School of Dentistry
School of Dentistry
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
9/2006 - 12/2006 Tooth MorphologyLaboratory Instructor
Assist course director in teaching and grading tooth waxing and anatomy projects.
7/2006 - 12/2006 Operative Lab Instructor
Assist in laboratory teaching of operative procedure of amalgam and composit procedures
7/2006 - 12/2006 Restorative Lab Instructor
Assist course director in teaching and grading students to prepare FPD''s, invest, cast and solder FPDs and make cast post and cores.
Interactive Teaching
 
1/2014 - 2/2015

Clinic Floor Instructor


Teach and assit students in performing clinical procedures

7/2008 - 9/2009 Prosthodontic Clinic Instructor
Demonstrate, teach and assist students in clinic wih all facets of removable prosthodontice as per their requirements
9/2007 - 6/2008 Removable Prosthodontic Clilnic floor instructor
Teaching and helping students on the clinic floor in all aspects of removable pros in the undergrad clinic
7/2006 - 12/2015

Clinic Floor Instructor


Assist and teach students in the various techniques and procedures of clinical dentistry

1/2006 - 9/2009 Primary Attending Faculty
Responsible for teaching and administering, Group IV in all facets of learning denatl skills. I mentor them regarding life, practice managment and learning skills of dentistry and people managment.
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
4/2016 - 4/2019 Single Tooth Occlusion Part B and "A Theory of Occlusion"
The first part of this lecture was showing an abridged version of Part A as a re-enforcment to how to care for single tooth occlusal issues.  The second hour was a seminar on the fossil record of the development of the TMJ and genetic changes/mutations noted in the mamalian fossil record.
3/2016 - 3/2019 Beyond Single Tooth Occlusion
Presented a 2hr voluntary class to student of Dr. Forde's class.  This occured after the Single Tooth Occlusion class. this was an expansion of the Optimum Biologic Model of Occlusion I had alluded to in the scheduled lecture. I also showed B&A's oif cases treated to this model of occlusion