This course is designed to serve the specialties of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery& Oral Radiology. The students will emphasis on his previous knowledge inpatient evaluation, diagnosis, and simple & complicated extraction of erupted teethas well as impacted teeth removal.

Introduction to clinical pediatric dentistry, including behavior management, oral diagnosis,  restorative procedures, pulp therapy, space maintenance, oral surgery for the primary dentition, and traumatic injuries in the primary and permanent dentitions. The course is structured so the student may gain experience in the skills necessary to integrate orthodontic treatment within the context of general dental practice.

This course is designed to provide students with the basic knowledge about the methods of diagnosis and treatment plan for children and adolescent. Introduce the students with clinical principles in preventive and interceptive orthodontics.

Restorative III

This course consists of series of lectures including oral & maxillofacial pathology, radiology, surgery, periodontology and endodontics. It dealt with management of the most common oral and para-oral diseases. It is aimed to provide the students with the basic understanding of the patho-biologic behavior of the oral diseases. The clinical data including patient examination by the oral surgeon, the applied different radiographic techniques by the radiologist, and the processing of the biopsy for pathological examination by the pathologist will be covered.

The course has been designed to introduce the students to more advanced aspects of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Pathology and Oral Radiologysuch as infections of the oral cavity, maxillary SINUS problems, non-odontogenic tumors of the oral cavity, salivary gland diseases and pre-prosthetic surgical procedures. The foundation knowledge acquired through this course contribute to the development of diagnostic capability to approach these more advanced aspects

The course has been designed to acquaint the students about the practical implications of the basic concepts of research methodology and oral surveys. The course discusses the issues related to the oral health care of the elderly people. It highlights the importance and application of evidence-based dentistry and forensic dentistry.  The course is intended to improve critical thinking and organizational skills of dental undergraduates.  The course will also enhance the ability of students to work as a viable member of a health team.

Dental Clinical Practice II

Scientific Presentation Skills