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Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Knowledge and understanding :

  • Describe the anatomy and physiology of the oral cavity
  • Define different steps for complete denture construction
  • Explain various mandibular movements
  • Identify various types of impression trays
  • Define retention and stability
  • Define relief and posterior palatal seals
  • Define jaw relations
  • List types of face bows and articulators
  • List various artificial teeth
  • Define balanced occlusion
  • List steps of denture processing
  • Describe remounting, repair, relining, and rebasing of dentures
  • Classify and diagnose partially endentulous cases
  • Identify forces acting on partial dentures
  • List uses of dental surveyor
  • Define various components of partial dentures
  • Record partial denture design
  • List various types of artificial teeth used for partial dentures
  • Describe laboratory procedures for partial dentures
  • List repairs of partial dentures
  • Define the problem of flat and flabby ridges
  • Define the rational for using the remaining roots and parts of crowns of teeth to help preserve the bone and soft tissues underneath full dentures
  • List an appropriate plan for immediate dentures
  • Record the surgical and prosthodontics considerations involved in using implants to replace missing permanent teeth
  • List congenital and acquired maxillary and mandible defects
  • Define splints, stints, and radiotherapy prosthesis.

Intellectual skills

  • Interpret normal and abnormal edentulous anatomy and their relationship in order to complete denture fabrication
  • Assess the typical problems that can occur during complete denture construction
  • Make decisions regarding common technical discrepancies and faults using appropriate problem solving skills
  • Distinguish partial denture classes
  • Formulate appropriate partial denture designs
  • Compare various partial denture components
  • Make decisions regarding the repairs to partial dentures
  • Interpret and manage normal and abnormal situations of the oral structures
  • Assess the typical problems of mutilated oral tissues
  • Formulate appropriate treatment plan for maxillofacial patients
  • Make decisions regarding suitability of different techniques for different situation

Professional and practical skills:

  • Manipulate the dental materials necessary to fabricate a complete denture
  • Use various instrument used in fabrication of complete dentures
  • Perform the laboratory steps required to fabricate a complete denture
  • Perform repair for complete dentures
  • Demonstrate forces acting on partial dentures
  • Discuss partial denture designs
  • Demonstrate dental cast surveying
  • Perform all laboratory steps required to fabricate partial dentures
  • Discuss all partial denture components
  • Perform special impression techniques to manage flat and flabby ridges
  • Perform mouth preparation, tooth preparation, construction of over-dentures and periodic recall procedures
  • Effectively diagnose and plan the appropriate treatment sequences for a patient who must lose natural dentition
  • Demonstrate the advantages, disadvantages, indications, contraindications, and limitations of dental implants
  • Assess congenital and acquired maxillofacial defects
  • Demonstrate understanding of stints, splints, and radiotherapy prosthesis.

Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Vision and Mission Knowledge and understanding :Describe the anatomy and physiology of the oral cavityDefine different steps for complete denture constructionExplain various mandibular movementsIdentify various types of impression traysDefine retention and stabilityDefine relief and posterior palatal sealsDefine jaw relationsList types of face bows and articulatorsList various artificial teethDefine balanced occlusionList steps of denture processingDescribe remounting, repair, relining, and rebasing of denturesClassify and diagnose partially endentulous casesIdentify forces acting on partial denturesList uses of dental surveyorDefine various components of partial denturesRecord partial denture designList various types of artificial teeth used for partial denturesDescribe laboratory procedures for partial denturesList repairs of partial denturesDefine the problem of flat and flabby ridgesDefine the rational for using the remaining roots and parts of crowns of teeth to help preserve the bone and soft tissues underneath full denturesList an appropriate plan for immediate denturesRecord the surgical and prosthodontics considerations involved in using implants to replace missing permanent teethList congenital and acquired maxillary and mandible defectsDefine splints, stints, and radiotherapy prosthesis.Intellectual skillsInterpret normal and abnormal edentulous anatomy and their relationship in order to complete denture fabricationAssess the typical problems that can occur during complete denture constructionMake decisions regarding common technical discrepancies and faults using appropriate problem solving skillsDistinguish partial denture classesFormulate appropriate partial denture designsCompare various partial denture componentsMake decisions regarding the repairs to partial denturesInterpret and manage normal and abnormal situations of the oral structuresAssess the typical problems of mutilated oral tissuesFormulate appropriate treatment plan for maxillofacial patientsMake decisions regarding suitability of different techniques for different situationProfessional and practical skills:Manipulate the dental materials necessary to fabricate a complete dentureUse various instrument used in fabrication of complete denturesPerform the laboratory steps required to fabricate a complete denturePerform repair for complete denturesDemonstrate forces acting on partial denturesDiscuss partial denture designsDemonstrate dental cast surveyingPerform all laboratory steps required to fabricate partial denturesDiscuss all partial denture componentsPerform special impression techniques to manage flat and flabby ridgesPerform mouth preparation, tooth preparation, construction of over-dentures and periodic recall proceduresEffectively diagnose and plan the appropriate treatment sequences for a patient who must lose natural dentitionDemonstrate the advantages, disadvantages, indications, contraindications, and limitations of dental implantsAssess congenital and acquired maxillofacial defectsDemonstrate understanding of stints, splints, and radiotherapy prosthesis. FUE