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Operative Dentistry II (7th & 8th semester)

AIM

The aim is for students to enrich their clinical skills in diagnosis, prevention and restoration of dental caries and other types of lesions of tooth hard tissues. The student should restore functionality and aesthetics in a total patient care approach.

CONTENT OF THE COURSE

Diagnosis of several types of caries and other hard tissue tooth lesions; Clinical evaluation of restorations. Case studies and clinical practice; Retention of restorations (cavities, pins, prefabricated posts, enamel and dentin etching, bonding); Case studies and clinical practice; Pulp protection – Principles, case studies and clinical practice; Non-carious cervical lesions - Case studies and clinical practice; Treatment of incipient caries – Case studies and clinical practice; Treatment of moderate cavitated carious lesions - Case studies and clinical practice; Treatment of teeth with extensive tissue loss - Case studies and clinical practice; Treatment of fractured teeth - Case studies; Treatment of teeth with aesthetic problems - Case studies; Periodontium and dental restorations.

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Seminars.
  • Clinical practice in TPCC.

SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION

  • Attendance of 80%of seminar-type lectures.
  • Attendance of the treatment planning seminars in TPCC.
  • Successful completion of clinical requirements.