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Fixed Prosthodontics Ι

AIM

The therapeutic treatment of patients aiming in the preservation of good oral health, normal function and aesthetics on natural teeth and or replacement of missing teeth and their adjacent oral tissues, utilizing prosthetic restorations.

CONTENT OF THE COURSE

Treatment planning; Diagnostic models; Diagnostic wax-up; fabrication of a celluloid matrix based on the treatment plan; Tooth preparation; Fabrication of provisional restoration; Final impression; Master model fabrication, removable dies; Metal framework wax-up; Casting of metal framework; Porcelain build up and firing; Acrylic pattern fabrication for cast post and core on natural; endodontically treated teeth; Color selection; Optical properties of ceramic materials; Kinesiology of the mandible; Occlusal reference positions; Vertical dimension; Aesthetic principles.

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Lectures.
  • Laboratory exercise

SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION

  • Successful completion of the 90% of the laboratory exercises.
  • Successful midterm written examination.
  • Successful final examination.