Future University is one of most promising private universities in Egypt. Through excellence in teaching, research and service, Future University strives to provide a comprehensive, high-quality education that prepares our graduates to be future leaders.
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New Cairo
Egypt

Mission

To instruct students in prescribing a suitable treatment plan for partial tooth loss, and train them to prepare for the provision of fixed dental prosthesis.

Objectives

  • Appreciate the full scope of endodontics
  • Be familiar with disease and conditions involving the pulpal and periradicular tissues in permanent teeth
  • Understand the possible etiology of disease and conditions involving the pulpal and periradicular tissues in permanent teeth
  • Be familiar with instruments and materials used in conventional endodontic treatment
  • Develop sound technical excellence in performing control cavity preparation, intraradicular cleaning, shaping, and obturation in uncomplicated signal and multicanaled extracted human permanent teeth
  • Be aware of procedural errors during root canal treatment; determine the effect on their prognosis; and select appropriate procedure for their correction
  • Develop some clinical experience in nonsurgical root canal treatment of anterior and or premolar teeth with irreversible pulpitis
  • To critically evaluate his or her level of competency
  • Develop and acquire general skills and attitudes, including: health safety and infection control; communication skills (student-staff relationship and with other healthcare professionals); lifelong learning; ethical behavior; and the profession’s wider responsibility towards the community as a whole
  • Demonstrate sound clinical judgment in the diagnosis and the selection of cases for treatment; and in formulating a treatment plan for individual cases. Be competent in performing root canal treatment clinically in uncomplicated single and multicanaled human permanent teeth with pulpal and periradicular including necrotic pulp with or without periradicular involvement
  • Provide appropriate emergency treatment for the relief of symptoms associated with pulpal and periradicular diseases
  • Reach a level of competency both diagnostically and technically with the capability to perform self-evaluation. The end result is independent thinking and action; the ultimate benefit is providing quality care for the patient
  • Be aware of preventive techniques for diseases and conditions involving the pulpal and periradicular tissues in permanent and young permanent teeth
  • Provide primary management of trauma
  • Be familiar with diagnosis and technical procedures involved in endodontic surgery
  • Be familiar with the etiology of tooth discoloration and perform appropriate bleaching procedures
  • Be familiar with interrelationships with other specialties, for example: periodontal, restorative, prosthodontic, and orthodontic specialties
  • Manage uncomplicated retreatment
  • Consider the possibility of referral to a specialist in complicated cases
  • Be updated with new technology in endodontics
  • Develop and acquire general skills and attitude including health safety and infection control, communication skills (patient – staff member and other healthcare professionals), lifelong learning, ethical behavior, and the profession’s wider responsibility towards the community as a whole

Mission

Mission

Vision and Mission To instruct students in prescribing a suitable treatment plan for partial tooth loss, and train them to prepare for the provision of fixed dental prosthesis.ObjectivesAppreciate the full scope of endodonticsBe familiar with disease and conditions involving the pulpal and periradicular tissues in permanent teethUnderstand the possible etiology of disease and conditions involving the pulpal and periradicular tissues in permanent teethBe familiar with instruments and materials used in conventional endodontic treatmentDevelop sound technical excellence in performing control cavity preparation, intraradicular cleaning, shaping, and obturation in uncomplicated signal and multicanaled extracted human permanent teethBe aware of procedural errors during root canal treatment; determine the effect on their prognosis; and select appropriate procedure for their correctionDevelop some clinical experience in nonsurgical root canal treatment of anterior and or premolar teeth with irreversible pulpitisTo critically evaluate his or her level of competencyDevelop and acquire general skills and attitudes, including: health safety and infection control; communication skills (student-staff relationship and with other healthcare professionals); lifelong learning; ethical behavior; and the profession’s wider responsibility towards the community as a wholeDemonstrate sound clinical judgment in the diagnosis and the selection of cases for treatment; and in formulating a treatment plan for individual cases. Be competent in performing root canal treatment clinically in uncomplicated single and multicanaled human permanent teeth with pulpal and periradicular including necrotic pulp with or without periradicular involvementProvide appropriate emergency treatment for the relief of symptoms associated with pulpal and periradicular diseasesReach a level of competency both diagnostically and technically with the capability to perform self-evaluation. The end result is independent thinking and action; the ultimate benefit is providing quality care for the patientBe aware of preventive techniques for diseases and conditions involving the pulpal and periradicular tissues in permanent and young permanent teethProvide primary management of traumaBe familiar with diagnosis and technical procedures involved in endodontic surgeryBe familiar with the etiology of tooth discoloration and perform appropriate bleaching proceduresBe familiar with interrelationships with other specialties, for example: periodontal, restorative, prosthodontic, and orthodontic specialtiesManage uncomplicated retreatmentConsider the possibility of referral to a specialist in complicated casesBe updated with new technology in endodonticsDevelop and acquire general skills and attitude including health safety and infection control, communication skills (patient – staff member and other healthcare professionals), lifelong learning, ethical behavior, and the profession’s wider responsibility towards the community as a whole FUE