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Learning Outcomes

Knowledge and understanding

  • Etiology and classification of pulp and periapical disease
  • Odontogenic and non-odontogenic pain
  • Pulpal and periapical microbiology and immunology
  • Application of therapeutics in endodontics
  • Pulp space morphology and macroscopic
  • The cleaning and shaping of the root canal
  • Root canal irrigation and intracanal medication
  • Root canal obturation
  • Define ethical principles including: autonomy, non-maleficence, beneficence, justice, veracity, and fidelity
  • List of items included in an endodontic treatment record including the follow up visits
  • Understand the importance of keeping a treatment record and of obtaining an informed consent
  • Endodontic examination and diagnosis
  • Plan of treatment and endodontic timetable
  • Endodontic radiography
  • Emergency treatment
  • Traumatic injuries to permanent teeth (ankylosis) and their respective treatment strategies
  • Relationship with other dental specialties
  • Restoration of endodontically treated teeth
  • Preventive endodontics
  • Geriatric endodontics
  • By the end of the course students will be able to describe the causes, prevention, and treatment of the procedural accidents that might occur during clinical endodontics
  • By the end of the course, students will be updated with new technology in endodontics
  • The student will interpret the subjective symptoms and objective finding to identify the nature of pulp or periapical disease
  • When pulpal and or periapical pathosis has been identified, the student will be able to distinguish its probable cause, estimate its severity, design proper treatment consistent with his or her training, and estimate the probable prognosis
  • The student will be able to demonstrate ability to critique completed clinical procedure.

Intellectual skills

  • By the end of the course students will be able to distinguish between clinical signs and symptoms and radiographic features of pulpal disease
  • By the end of the course students will be able to interpret radiographs for extracted teeth and determine adjusted working length, verify master cone, and evaluate postoperative obturation
  • By the end of the course students will be able to select and apply the appropriate instrumentation and obturation materials for simple cases.

Professional and practical skills:

Concerning the pulp space morphology and macroscopic anatomy, by the end of the course students will be able to:
  • Draw and label the most common internal and external anatomy of each tooth in the following planes: sagittal section of mesiodistal and faciolingual planes, and cross section through the cervical, middle, and apical thirds of the root
  • Draw and label the outline form of the access preparation for all teeth and show the location of each orifice relative to the occlusal or lingual surface
Concerning the endodontic coronal access cavity preparation, by the end of the course students will be able to:
  • Draw and label diagrams of the steps involved for complete access preparations on various teeth
  • Draw and label errors that might occur during access preparations
  • Perform with excellence coronal access cavities in anterior, premolar, and molar extracted permanent teeth
Concerning the cleaning and shaping of the root canal, by the end of the course students will be able to: 
  • Draw and label diagrams of both step back preparation crown down techniques
  • Draw and label errors that might occur during radicular preparation
  • Perform the step by step technique for obtaining the working lengths using Ingle's method
  • Choose the appropriate instruments and perform excellently step back preparation technique in anterior and extracted premolar teeth
  • Practice the proper use of root canal instruments and their file motions
  • Practice the use of gates-glidden drills in early radicular access
  • Choose and use the appropriate irrigating solution, needles, and techniques that provide maximal and safe irrigant effect
Concerning the root canal obturation, by the end of the course students will be able to:
  • Draw and label diagrams of lateral compaction techniques
  • Draw and label errors that might occur during obturation
  • Choose the appropriate instruments and perform with excellence preparation of the canal for obturation, master cone fitting, and sealer mixing lateral condensation technique, in anterior and premolar extracted permanent teeth.
  • By the end of the course, students will be able to perform the organization of instrument for various procedures and their sterilization
  • By the end of the course, students will be able to apply the rubber dam properly and choose the appropriate clamp for anterior, premolar, and molar teeth
  • By the end of the course, students will be able to apply the technical skills of coronal access preparation, working length determination radicular preparation, and obturation on clinical cases diagnosed with vital pulp disease
  • By the end of the course, students will be able to write a prescription for managing pain
  • The student will be able to perceive the patients and prepare the operating position and field accurately (either using the two hand technique or the four hand technique)
  • The student will be able to perform all cavity preparations designs to receive different restorative materials according to the patient’s conditions
  • The student should be able to deal with failed restorations either by removal or repair according to principles
  • Student will be able to give the patient the appropriate advice to prevent disease recurrence
  • By the end of the course, students will be able to manage emergency case and practice supplemental anesthesia techniques if possible
  • By the end of the course, students will be able to write a prescription for managing pain and infections
  • By the end of the course, students will be able to write a referral form for medical consultation if needed.

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes

Learning outcomes Knowledge and understandingEtiology and classification of pulp and periapical diseaseOdontogenic and non-odontogenic painPulpal and periapical microbiology and immunologyApplication of therapeutics in endodonticsPulp space morphology and macroscopicThe cleaning and shaping of the root canalRoot canal irrigation and intracanal medicationRoot canal obturationDefine ethical principles including: autonomy, non-maleficence, beneficence, justice, veracity, and fidelityList of items included in an endodontic treatment record including the follow up visitsUnderstand the importance of keeping a treatment record and of obtaining an informed consentEndodontic examination and diagnosisPlan of treatment and endodontic timetableEndodontic radiographyEmergency treatmentTraumatic injuries to permanent teeth (ankylosis) and their respective treatment strategiesRelationship with other dental specialtiesRestoration of endodontically treated teethPreventive endodonticsGeriatric endodonticsBy the end of the course students will be able to describe the causes, prevention, and treatment of the procedural accidents that might occur during clinical endodonticsBy the end of the course, students will be updated with new technology in endodonticsThe student will interpret the subjective symptoms and objective finding to identify the nature of pulp or periapical diseaseWhen pulpal and or periapical pathosis has been identified, the student will be able to distinguish its probable cause, estimate its severity, design proper treatment consistent with his or her training, and estimate the probable prognosisThe student will be able to demonstrate ability to critique completed clinical procedure.Intellectual skillsBy the end of the course students will be able to distinguish between clinical signs and symptoms and radiographic features of pulpal diseaseBy the end of the course students will be able to interpret radiographs for extracted teeth and determine adjusted working length, verify master cone, and evaluate postoperative obturationBy the end of the course students will be able to select and apply the appropriate instrumentation and obturation materials for simple cases.Professional and practical skills:Concerning the pulp space morphology and macroscopic anatomy, by the end of the course students will be able to:Draw and label the most common internal and external anatomy of each tooth in the following planes: sagittal section of mesiodistal and faciolingual planes, and cross section through the cervical, middle, and apical thirds of the rootDraw and label the outline form of the access preparation for all teeth and show the location of each orifice relative to the occlusal or lingual surfaceConcerning the endodontic coronal access cavity preparation, by the end of the course students will be able to:Draw and label diagrams of the steps involved for complete access preparations on various teethDraw and label errors that might occur during access preparationsPerform with excellence coronal access cavities in anterior, premolar, and molar extracted permanent teethConcerning the cleaning and shaping of the root canal, by the end of the course students will be able to: Draw and label diagrams of both step back preparation crown down techniquesDraw and label errors that might occur during radicular preparationPerform the step by step technique for obtaining the working lengths using Ingle's methodChoose the appropriate instruments and perform excellently step back preparation technique in anterior and extracted premolar teethPractice the proper use of root canal instruments and their file motionsPractice the use of gates-glidden drills in early radicular accessChoose and use the appropriate irrigating solution, needles, and techniques that provide maximal and safe irrigant effectConcerning the root canal obturation, by the end of the course students will be able to:Draw and label diagrams of lateral compaction techniquesDraw and label errors that might occur during obturationChoose the appropriate instruments and perform with excellence preparation of the canal for obturation, master cone fitting, and sealer mixing lateral condensation technique, in anterior and premolar extracted permanent teeth.By the end of the course, students will be able to perform the organization of instrument for various procedures and their sterilizationBy the end of the course, students will be able to apply the rubber dam properly and choose the appropriate clamp for anterior, premolar, and molar teethBy the end of the course, students will be able to apply the technical skills of coronal access preparation, working length determination radicular preparation, and obturation on clinical cases diagnosed with vital pulp diseaseBy the end of the course, students will be able to write a prescription for managing painThe student will be able to perceive the patients and prepare the operating position and field accurately (either using the two hand technique or the four hand technique)The student will be able to perform all cavity preparations designs to receive different restorative materials according to the patient’s conditionsThe student should be able to deal with failed restorations either by removal or repair according to principlesStudent will be able to give the patient the appropriate advice to prevent disease recurrenceBy the end of the course, students will be able to manage emergency case and practice supplemental anesthesia techniques if possibleBy the end of the course, students will be able to write a prescription for managing pain and infectionsBy the end of the course, students will be able to write a referral form for medical consultation if needed. 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