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Learning Outcomes

Knowledge and understanding

  • Identify the changes of state in interatomic bonds and in crystalline, and non- crystalline structures
  • Define the different physical properties
  • Define the different mechanical properties
  • Recognize the different testing methodology for different properties
  • Discuss the biocompatibility of dental materials
  • Define adhesion and cohesion and the factors affecting them
  • Explain enamel and dentin bonding mechanisms
  • Recognize the different classification of polymers and their structure
  • Explain the polymerization mechanisms
  • Define copolymerization, cross linking, and plasticizers
  • Outline the physical properties of polymers
  • List the applications of polymers in dentistry
  • Describe metals and alloys
  • Explain the solidification and microstructure of metals
  • Distinguish wrought metals
  • Relate between microstructure of metals and their mechanical properties
  • Define coring and homogenization
  • State the different methods of altering mechanical properties of alloys
  • List the different solid state reactions occurring in alloys
  • Define tarnish and corrosion, and state the different types
  • Explain the electrochemical corrosion, identify the different types, and their application in dentistry
  • Discuss protection against corrosion
  • Understanding the chemistry of setting, basic principles and technical considerations of gypsum products listed for the different die materials used in dentistry
  • Recognize the purpose, requirements, classifications, and general characteristics of materials used in molding impressions list the different types, properties, compositions of waxes
  • Identify casting procedures and their possible defects
  • Recognize the different types of dental casting alloys, their properties, methods of casting, and uses
  • Identify the different types of wrought base metal alloys and their properties
  • Describe soldering and welding procedures and metal terminologies
  • Recognize the structure, properties, and technical considerations of dental amalgam
  • Identify the types, properties, processing techniques of denture base resins
  • List the different resilient liners and tissue conditioners for dentures
  • Identify the different types of direct esthetic restorative materials, their requirements, compositions, properties and clinical applications
  • Recognize the different classes of ceramics, their compositions, and methods of strengthening
  • Discuss dental cements, their classification, uses, and properties
  • Discuss the newly introduced materials and describe the criteria for their selection.

Intellectual Skills

  • Demonstrate appropriate professional attitudes and behavior in dealing with staff members and helping personnel
  • Apply information technology as a mean of communication for data collection and analysis, and for lifelong learning
  • Handle with care any materials and equipments.

Professional and Practical Skills

  • Categorize the different materials according to their microstructure
  • Determine the use of different materials consistent with their physical, mechanical, biological, and chemical properties
  • Recognize the different testing machines and their use
  • Find out the behavior of different materials during their insertion in the oral cavity
  • Identify the different dental materials, and their mode of supply
  • Properly manipulate the different dental materials
  • Select the appropriate material suitable for each clinical situation
  • Point out the different prostheses

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes Knowledge and understandingIdentify the changes of state in interatomic bonds and in crystalline, and non- crystalline structuresDefine the different physical propertiesDefine the different mechanical propertiesRecognize the different testing methodology for different propertiesDiscuss the biocompatibility of dental materialsDefine adhesion and cohesion and the factors affecting themExplain enamel and dentin bonding mechanismsRecognize the different classification of polymers and their structureExplain the polymerization mechanismsDefine copolymerization, cross linking, and plasticizersOutline the physical properties of polymersList the applications of polymers in dentistryDescribe metals and alloysExplain the solidification and microstructure of metalsDistinguish wrought metalsRelate between microstructure of metals and their mechanical propertiesDefine coring and homogenizationState the different methods of altering mechanical properties of alloysList the different solid state reactions occurring in alloysDefine tarnish and corrosion, and state the different typesExplain the electrochemical corrosion, identify the different types, and their application in dentistryDiscuss protection against corrosionUnderstanding the chemistry of setting, basic principles and technical considerations of gypsum products listed for the different die materials used in dentistryRecognize the purpose, requirements, classifications, and general characteristics of materials used in molding impressions list the different types, properties, compositions of waxesIdentify casting procedures and their possible defectsRecognize the different types of dental casting alloys, their properties, methods of casting, and usesIdentify the different types of wrought base metal alloys and their propertiesDescribe soldering and welding procedures and metal terminologiesRecognize the structure, properties, and technical considerations of dental amalgamIdentify the types, properties, processing techniques of denture base resinsList the different resilient liners and tissue conditioners for denturesIdentify the different types of direct esthetic restorative materials, their requirements, compositions, properties and clinical applicationsRecognize the different classes of ceramics, their compositions, and methods of strengtheningDiscuss dental cements, their classification, uses, and propertiesDiscuss the newly introduced materials and describe the criteria for their selection.Intellectual SkillsDemonstrate appropriate professional attitudes and behavior in dealing with staff members and helping personnelApply information technology as a mean of communication for data collection and analysis, and for lifelong learningHandle with care any materials and equipments.Professional and Practical SkillsCategorize the different materials according to their microstructureDetermine the use of different materials consistent with their physical, mechanical, biological, and chemical propertiesRecognize the different testing machines and their useFind out the behavior of different materials during their insertion in the oral cavityIdentify the different dental materials, and their mode of supplyProperly manipulate the different dental materialsSelect the appropriate material suitable for each clinical situationPoint out the different prostheses FUE