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Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Knowledge and understanding :

  • Define the different principles of tooth preparation
  • Recognize the different surgical instruments
  • Identify the different technical laboratory steps employed in construction of various types of restorations
  • Define the basics of diagnosis and treatment planning
  • Recognize the different component parts of fixed restorations
  • Identify the different restoration designs
  • Explain all the clinical steps concerning tooth preparation in order to receive final restoration
  • Review the basics of infection control methods
  • Choose the appropriate chair position in relation to a working site
  • Employ different diagnostic aids for proper diagnosis
  • Practice the clinical steps according to the selected bridge design
  • Appraise the quality of the final restoration
  • Employ an appropriate final cementation procedures
  • Relate the basics of diagnosis with the treatment plan for the badly broken and endodontically treated teeth
  • Recognize the biological and periodontal aspects of the restorative procedures
  • Describe the principles of occlusion as regards fixed prosthodontics
  • Identify the principles of esthetics and their effects
  • Explain the principles of preparation, construction, and the clinical application of esthetic conservative restorations.

Intellectual skills

  • Recognize health and safety regulations within a laboratory environment
  • Maintain a professional image in a manner of dress, speech, and interpersonal relationships that is consistent with health care international standards
  • Identify the appropriate infection control and sterilization methods
  • Interpret the data obtained by different diagnostic measures
  • Apply the most comfortable patient-dentist chair position
  • Apply the different clinical steps involved in tooth preparation to receive final restoration
  • Treat badly broken down and endodontically treated teeth
  • Apply the protective measures during the steps of tooth preparation in order to fulfill biological and periodontal considerations
  • Assess properly the success and failure of final restorations and manage any subsequent problems.

Professional and practical skills

  • Apply the principles of tooth preparation
  • Use the appropriate instruments properly
  • Perform the different technical steps satisfactorily
  • Practice the steps of restoration of endodontically treated teeth
  • Perform properly the steps of tooth preparations taking into consideration the biological and periodontal aspects
  • Practice different replacement options according to the selected bridge design
  • Appraise the quality of final restorations and either correct any imperfections or order a recasting, if necessary
  • Assess a patient’s awareness of oral hygiene measures and post- operative care.

Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Vision and Mission Knowledge and understanding :Define the different principles of tooth preparationRecognize the different surgical instrumentsIdentify the different technical laboratory steps employed in construction of various types of restorationsDefine the basics of diagnosis and treatment planningRecognize the different component parts of fixed restorationsIdentify the different restoration designsExplain all the clinical steps concerning tooth preparation in order to receive final restorationReview the basics of infection control methodsChoose the appropriate chair position in relation to a working siteEmploy different diagnostic aids for proper diagnosisPractice the clinical steps according to the selected bridge designAppraise the quality of the final restorationEmploy an appropriate final cementation proceduresRelate the basics of diagnosis with the treatment plan for the badly broken and endodontically treated teethRecognize the biological and periodontal aspects of the restorative proceduresDescribe the principles of occlusion as regards fixed prosthodonticsIdentify the principles of esthetics and their effectsExplain the principles of preparation, construction, and the clinical application of esthetic conservative restorations.Intellectual skillsRecognize health and safety regulations within a laboratory environmentMaintain a professional image in a manner of dress, speech, and interpersonal relationships that is consistent with health care international standardsIdentify the appropriate infection control and sterilization methodsInterpret the data obtained by different diagnostic measuresApply the most comfortable patient-dentist chair positionApply the different clinical steps involved in tooth preparation to receive final restorationTreat badly broken down and endodontically treated teethApply the protective measures during the steps of tooth preparation in order to fulfill biological and periodontal considerationsAssess properly the success and failure of final restorations and manage any subsequent problems.Professional and practical skillsApply the principles of tooth preparationUse the appropriate instruments properlyPerform the different technical steps satisfactorilyPractice the steps of restoration of endodontically treated teethPerform properly the steps of tooth preparations taking into consideration the biological and periodontal aspectsPractice different replacement options according to the selected bridge designAppraise the quality of final restorations and either correct any imperfections or order a recasting, if necessaryAssess a patient’s awareness of oral hygiene measures and post- operative care. FUE