This course is designed to ensure that the student acquired sound knowledge in various integrated areas of, periodontology, infection control, handling dental instruments and equipments, local anesthesia, operative dentistry, oral radiology and patient filing before real patient clinical work. Some of these areas had been covered previously and needs to be integrated together and applied clinically before actual management of the patient.
Block content :
Removable Prosthodontics, Fixed Prosthodontics, Dental Materials,
Periodontology, Oral Medicine, Endodontic, Community, Operative
The Restorative 1 course is a didactic course. This course is intended to provide information to the students about the followed steps for patients asking a prosthetic treatment, starting from diagnosis up to preprosthetic preparation prior receiving final impression.
Skill 3 is a preclinical course designed to familiarize the students with the preclinical stage of removable complete and partial denture construction. It is also concerned with preclinical experience of abutment preparations. The discipline of fixed prosthodontics is introduced with lectures and reading references related to the topics of terminology, principles of tooth preparation on a simulator, clinical procedures relevant to this preclinical course. Regarding Preclinical Endodontics, the course will introduce the student, under simulated clinical conditions, to the skills necessary to perform successful root canal treatment.
Dental restorative is among the most important branches of dentistry. The Restorative II course is didactic course. The course involves continuing the concepts and principles of complete and partial dentures construction discussed in Restorative I and its materials used. It is concerned with didactic knowledge of Removable (Complete, Partial) Prosthodontics, and Fixed Prosthodontics and its relation to the other branches of dentistry such as Dental Materials, Operative Dentistry, Periodontology, Endodontics, Oral Medicine, Oral Surgery.