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Paediatric Dentistry II (8th & 9th semester)

AIM

The 10th semester graduate should be able to diagnose oral health problems in healthy children, adolescents and special patients, to plan and apply appropriate preventive dental care programs for such patients and to treat cooperative school aged children and adolescents.

CONTENT OF THE COURSE

Contemporary views for the psychologic techniques of behavioral control in potentially cooperative children; Caries in the deciduous and mixed dentition and its management; Multiple early childhood caries; Preventive sealants and restorations; Periodontal diseases in children and adolescents; Primary teeth trauma and sequalae to the permanent dentition; Management of sequelae to the injured teeth and periodontal tissues; Categories of special need individuals. Dental practice design for handicapped individuals; Dental management of individuals with mental retardation, autism; Dental management of individuals with physical disabilities; Dental management of children and adolescents with clefts; Dental management of oncology children and adolescents.

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Seminars.
  • Clinical practice.

SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION

  • Attendance of 80% of seminars.
  • Successful completion of clinical requirements.
  • Successful final examination.