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Learning Outcomes

Knowledge and understanding

  • Describe the physiologic mechanisms of pain modulation and pain control
  • Differentiate between acute and chronic pain
  • Identify the mechanism of action of local anesthetics
  • Recognize the different local anesthetic solutions and vasoconstrictors
  • Describe the different local anesthetic techniques
  • Recognize the local and systemic complications of local anesthesia
  • Describe principles of sterilization, disinfection and asepsis
  • Discuss the indications and contra-indications of tooth extraction
  • Identify and list the armamentarium needed for minor oral surgery procedures
  • Describe the techniques of forceps extraction and use of dental elevators for uncomplicated exodontias
  • Describe the principles of mucoperiosteal flap design and surgical removal of teeth
  • Recognize complications resulting from teeth extraction
  • Properly identify and diagnose those impacted teeth that require removal
  • Describe the surgical techniques for removal of impacted teeth
  • Discuss the complications associated with the surgical removal of impacted teeth
  • Enumerate and discuss the steps taken to properly
  • Manage the medically compromised patient
  • Perform a clinical examination of the maxillary sinus
  • Describe the management of oroantral communications and fistula
  • Recognize and discuss the management of medical emergencies that may occur during dental procedures
  • Describe the clinical signs and symptoms of salivary gland disease
  • Describe the medical and surgical treatment of the various salivary gland diseases
  • Describe first aid and basic life support measures
  • Identify the indications and contra-indications for general anesthesia
  • Describe the stage and techniques of general anesthesia for both outpatient and inpatient surgery
  • Describe the different inhalational and intravenous anesthetics used in clinical practice
  • Define conscious sedation and identify the indications and contraindications of conscious sedation
  • Describe the different techniques for conscious sedation
  • Recognize the causes of odontogenic infection and principles of treatment within the scope of general treatment
  • Describe the principles of surgical drainage and anti-microbial therapy for odontogenic infections
  • Recognize complications and management of odontogenic infections
  • Identify and classify cysts and tumors involving the oral and maxillofacial region
  • Describe the surgical management of cysts and tumors involving the oral and maxillofacial region
  • Identify disorders of the oral mucosa, including malignant and potentially malignant lesions and discuss the principles of cancer therapy
  • Describe the pre-prosthetic surgical procedures of the partially and completely edentulous patient and the role of the general dentist
  • Describe the various ridge augmentation grafts available to patients and performed by oral and maxillofacial surgeons
  • Identify indications and contra-indications for dental implant placement
  • Differentiate between various designs of root form implants
  • Identify the role of oral and maxillofacial surgeons in the placement of implants
  • Describe the surgical technique for dental implant placement and possible complications
  • Describe the emergency treatment of patients who have sustained facial trauma
  • Describe the principles of assessment and treatment of oral and maxillofacial trauma
  • Describe the principal reconstructive surgical techniques used to correct maxillofacial deformities
  • Define facial pain and a typical facial pain
  • Describe mechanisms of myofascial pain
  • Describe the management of facial pain
  • Recognize the different temporomandibular joint disorders
  • Describe the surgical management of temporomandibular joint disorders
  • Recognize the protocol in the management of the hospitalized patient

Intellectual skills

  • Consider and recommend the appropriate referral of patients for specialist advice, or treatment
  • Assess the moral and ethical responsibilities involved in the provision of care to individual patients, including to those with special needs, and to members of diverse and vulnerable communities
  • Consider appropriately patients' rights, particularly with regard to confidentiality and valid consent, and of patients' obligations
  • Relate the advantages and disadvantages of relevant treatment plans with patients
  • Interpret clinical laboratory data and special investigations to help formulate a proper diagnosis and treatment plan
  • Consider the relationship between oral health problems, nutrition, general health, drugs, and diseases that have impacted on dental care
  • Appraise lifelong learning, self- assessment, and professional development
  • Communicate and appraise clinical problems and treatment plans with other specialties involved in the treatment of patients

Professional and practical skills

  • Correctly perform an appropriate physical examination, including intraoral, and head, and neck examination
  • Properly prepare the armamentarium and the treatment environment for minor oral surgery procedures
  • Properly collect and record personal data, medical history, and vital signs
  • Properly execute infection control, and asepsis standards
  • Properly obtain an informed consent where necessary through the intermediate consent of a parent, or a guardian
  • Properly prepare and drape a patient for a minor oral surgical procedure
  • Properly write a referral letter
  • Distinguish between surgically clean and sterile surgical fields
  • Properly perform pre-anesthetic evaluation and premedication
  • Properly administer infiltration and block local anesthesia
  • Properly perform exodontia and basic minor oral surgery procedures including proper suturing technique
  • Give postoperative instructions to the patient
  • Write appropriate prescription of drugs and monitor their effectiveness and safety particularly in the management of fear and anxiety
  • Properly manage medical emergencies that may arise in the outpatient clinic
  • Properly perform and execute basic life support
  • Perform a clinical examination of the maxillary sinus
  • Properly manage an acute and chronic odontogenic infections within the context of the general dentist
  • Describe biopsy procedures as incorporated into general practice
  • Properly inspect and examine maxillofacial trauma patients.

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes Knowledge and understandingDescribe the physiologic mechanisms of pain modulation and pain controlDifferentiate between acute and chronic painIdentify the mechanism of action of local anestheticsRecognize the different local anesthetic solutions and vasoconstrictorsDescribe the different local anesthetic techniquesRecognize the local and systemic complications of local anesthesiaDescribe principles of sterilization, disinfection and asepsisDiscuss the indications and contra-indications of tooth extractionIdentify and list the armamentarium needed for minor oral surgery proceduresDescribe the techniques of forceps extraction and use of dental elevators for uncomplicated exodontiasDescribe the principles of mucoperiosteal flap design and surgical removal of teethRecognize complications resulting from teeth extractionProperly identify and diagnose those impacted teeth that require removalDescribe the surgical techniques for removal of impacted teethDiscuss the complications associated with the surgical removal of impacted teethEnumerate and discuss the steps taken to properlyManage the medically compromised patientPerform a clinical examination of the maxillary sinusDescribe the management of oroantral communications and fistulaRecognize and discuss the management of medical emergencies that may occur during dental proceduresDescribe the clinical signs and symptoms of salivary gland diseaseDescribe the medical and surgical treatment of the various salivary gland diseasesDescribe first aid and basic life support measuresIdentify the indications and contra-indications for general anesthesiaDescribe the stage and techniques of general anesthesia for both outpatient and inpatient surgeryDescribe the different inhalational and intravenous anesthetics used in clinical practiceDefine conscious sedation and identify the indications and contraindications of conscious sedationDescribe the different techniques for conscious sedationRecognize the causes of odontogenic infection and principles of treatment within the scope of general treatmentDescribe the principles of surgical drainage and anti-microbial therapy for odontogenic infectionsRecognize complications and management of odontogenic infectionsIdentify and classify cysts and tumors involving the oral and maxillofacial regionDescribe the surgical management of cysts and tumors involving the oral and maxillofacial regionIdentify disorders of the oral mucosa, including malignant and potentially malignant lesions and discuss the principles of cancer therapyDescribe the pre-prosthetic surgical procedures of the partially and completely edentulous patient and the role of the general dentistDescribe the various ridge augmentation grafts available to patients and performed by oral and maxillofacial surgeonsIdentify indications and contra-indications for dental implant placementDifferentiate between various designs of root form implantsIdentify the role of oral and maxillofacial surgeons in the placement of implantsDescribe the surgical technique for dental implant placement and possible complicationsDescribe the emergency treatment of patients who have sustained facial traumaDescribe the principles of assessment and treatment of oral and maxillofacial traumaDescribe the principal reconstructive surgical techniques used to correct maxillofacial deformitiesDefine facial pain and a typical facial painDescribe mechanisms of myofascial painDescribe the management of facial painRecognize the different temporomandibular joint disordersDescribe the surgical management of temporomandibular joint disordersRecognize the protocol in the management of the hospitalized patientIntellectual skillsConsider and recommend the appropriate referral of patients for specialist advice, or treatmentAssess the moral and ethical responsibilities involved in the provision of care to individual patients, including to those with special needs, and to members of diverse and vulnerable communitiesConsider appropriately patients' rights, particularly with regard to confidentiality and valid consent, and of patients' obligationsRelate the advantages and disadvantages of relevant treatment plans with patientsInterpret clinical laboratory data and special investigations to help formulate a proper diagnosis and treatment planConsider the relationship between oral health problems, nutrition, general health, drugs, and diseases that have impacted on dental careAppraise lifelong learning, self- assessment, and professional developmentCommunicate and appraise clinical problems and treatment plans with other specialties involved in the treatment of patientsProfessional and practical skillsCorrectly perform an appropriate physical examination, including intraoral, and head, and neck examinationProperly prepare the armamentarium and the treatment environment for minor oral surgery proceduresProperly collect and record personal data, medical history, and vital signsProperly execute infection control, and asepsis standardsProperly obtain an informed consent where necessary through the intermediate consent of a parent, or a guardianProperly prepare and drape a patient for a minor oral surgical procedureProperly write a referral letterDistinguish between surgically clean and sterile surgical fieldsProperly perform pre-anesthetic evaluation and premedicationProperly administer infiltration and block local anesthesiaProperly perform exodontia and basic minor oral surgery procedures including proper suturing techniqueGive postoperative instructions to the patientWrite appropriate prescription of drugs and monitor their effectiveness and safety particularly in the management of fear and anxietyProperly manage medical emergencies that may arise in the outpatient clinicProperly perform and execute basic life supportPerform a clinical examination of the maxillary sinusProperly manage an acute and chronic odontogenic infections within the context of the general dentistDescribe biopsy procedures as incorporated into general practiceProperly inspect and examine maxillofacial trauma patients. 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