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Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Knowledge and understanding :

  • Define the different principles of cavity preparation
  • Recognize different surgical instruments
  • Identify the different manipulation of various types of restorations
  • Describe the appropriate patient position and identify the requirements which will be fulfilled regarding the operative positions.
  • Infection control
  • Describe and apply the principles of infection control and universal precaution techniques used in dental practice
  • Describe the importance of infection control techniques to the dentist and his staff and patients
  • Examination of the patient
  • Perform a comprehensive patient evaluation that collects patient history including medication, chief compliant, biological, behavioral, cultural and socioeconomic information needed to assess the patient's medical and oral condition
  • Diagnosis
  • Perform a differential provisional, or definitive diagnosis by interpreting and correlating findings from the history and the patient interview, the clinical and radiographic examination, and other diagnostic tests and develop a problem list
  • Treatment Planning
  • Develop properly sequenced, alternative treatment plans as appropriate to achieve patient satisfaction, which consider the patient's medical history and all the diagnostic data, in order to discuss the diagnosis and treatment options to obtain informed consent, and to modify the accepted plan based upon regular evaluation, unexpected situations, or special patient needs
  • Isolation of the operating field
  • List the reasons and methods for moisture control
  • Describe the rational for using the rubber dam
  • Demonstrate the proper placement and use of the rubber dam, clamps, gingival retractor and frame, in order to achieve field isolation
  • State the cause of pain during operative procedures and postoperatively
  • List the methods used for pain control and choose the appropriate methods to control it during the operative procedures
  • Caries control and management
  • Describe the contributing factors in the disease of caries and their interrelationship with tooth saliva, diet, and systemic factors
  • Describe the clinical aspects and classification of dental caries
  • Describe the methods used to assess the patient caries risk
  • Describe the use of non-surgical intervention
  • Choose the appropriate method for controlling dental caries and point out the reasons why
  • Describe materials, techniques, and processes involved in managing deep carious lesion
  • Temporary restoration
  • Health hazards in operating theatres
  • Selection of restorative materials
  • Biological consideration
  • The traditional approach to restorative dentistry
  • Compare Black's principles of extension for prevention and the recent conservative approach
  • Discuss the main causes that caused the actual shift in the concepts and record the essentials to allow conservative approach
  • Discuss the rational for debridement of root canal system
  • Sort the advanced diagnosis tools and the minimal and non-invasive surgical tools required to apply the conservative and biological model of treatment
  • Sketch the recent conservative cavity designs and estimate when to be used
  • Explain the main causes of dentin hypersensitivity and how it can be managed in the traditional manner
  • Esthetic consideration on operative dentistry
  • List the components of the esthetic formula, the causes of esthetic defects and objectives of restoring esthetic defects
  • Categorize the limiting problems in restoring esthetic appearances and to what extend these problems can be solved
  • Describe the mechanism of color perception and color parameters
  • List the factors affecting the optical qualities of an object and the requirements for correct color determination
  • Solve some esthetic problems and plan for esthetic cavity design using different restorative materials and techniques
  • Define bonding and discriminate between different bonding mechanisms
  • List the factors essential for a successful adhesive junction and the requirements for an ideal dentin bonding agent
  • Compare between bonding to enamel and bonding to dentin, and correlate between the properties of the tooth structure and its influence on the bonding mechanism
  • Outline the developments performed in dentin bonding systems and classify them
  • Discuss factors affecting bonding to tooth structure
  • Indirect esthetic restorations
  • Classify the indirect restorations, and list the indications and contraindications of indirect esthetic inlays
  • Outline different techniques for fabrication of composite resin inlays and their advantages and disadvantages
  • Describe different types of ceramic inlays
  • Explain the placement technique of indirect composite and ceramic inlays
  • Management of non-carious lesions
  • List and differentiate between different non-carious lesions
  • Point out causes of different non carious lesions and describe how they appear clinically
  • Report on the treatment plan of different non-carious lesions
  • Management of badly broken down teeth
  • List the indications for pin retained restorations
  • Differentiate between different types of pins and their techniques
  • Outline the cavity preparation design of badly broken down teeth
  • Explain the mechanism of reinforcement of endodontically treated teeth
  • Failure of restorations
  • List the criteria of successful restorations and state the causes of their failure
  • Describe the failure manifestations of contemporary restorations
  • List the indication for repair of contemporary restorations
  • Describe the repair mechanism for different contemporary restorations.

Intellectual skills:

  • Recognize health and safety regulations within the laboratory environment
  • Maintain a professional image in manners of dress, speech, and interpersonal relationships that are consistent with international health care standards
  • Analyze symptoms and signs, and apply differential diagnoses for commonly found complaints.

Professional and Practical Skills:

  • Apply the general principles of cavity preparation in different circumstances
  • Use appropriate instruments properly
  • Perform different technical steps for restorative procedures satisfactorily
  • Demonstrate surgical removal of carious lesions and temporary treatment of teeth
  • Demonstrate the ability to prepare and restore simple and compound cavities using amalgam or composite
  • Recognize urgent life-threatening conditions
  • Ability to perceive the patients and prepare the operating position and field accurately (either using the two hand technique or the four hand technique)
  • Ability to perform all cavity preparation procedures, in order to apply different restorative materials according to the patient’s condition
  • Ability to deal with failed restorations either by removal or repair
  • Ability to give the patient the appropriate advice to prevent disease’s recurrence.

Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Vision and Mission Knowledge and understanding :Define the different principles of cavity preparationRecognize different surgical instrumentsIdentify the different manipulation of various types of restorationsDescribe the appropriate patient position and identify the requirements which will be fulfilled regarding the operative positions.Infection controlDescribe and apply the principles of infection control and universal precaution techniques used in dental practiceDescribe the importance of infection control techniques to the dentist and his staff and patientsExamination of the patientPerform a comprehensive patient evaluation that collects patient history including medication, chief compliant, biological, behavioral, cultural and socioeconomic information needed to assess the patient's medical and oral conditionDiagnosisPerform a differential provisional, or definitive diagnosis by interpreting and correlating findings from the history and the patient interview, the clinical and radiographic examination, and other diagnostic tests and develop a problem listTreatment PlanningDevelop properly sequenced, alternative treatment plans as appropriate to achieve patient satisfaction, which consider the patient's medical history and all the diagnostic data, in order to discuss the diagnosis and treatment options to obtain informed consent, and to modify the accepted plan based upon regular evaluation, unexpected situations, or special patient needsIsolation of the operating fieldList the reasons and methods for moisture controlDescribe the rational for using the rubber damDemonstrate the proper placement and use of the rubber dam, clamps, gingival retractor and frame, in order to achieve field isolationState the cause of pain during operative procedures and postoperativelyList the methods used for pain control and choose the appropriate methods to control it during the operative proceduresCaries control and managementDescribe the contributing factors in the disease of caries and their interrelationship with tooth saliva, diet, and systemic factorsDescribe the clinical aspects and classification of dental cariesDescribe the methods used to assess the patient caries riskDescribe the use of non-surgical interventionChoose the appropriate method for controlling dental caries and point out the reasons whyDescribe materials, techniques, and processes involved in managing deep carious lesionTemporary restorationHealth hazards in operating theatresSelection of restorative materialsBiological considerationThe traditional approach to restorative dentistryCompare Black's principles of extension for prevention and the recent conservative approachDiscuss the main causes that caused the actual shift in the concepts and record the essentials to allow conservative approachDiscuss the rational for debridement of root canal systemSort the advanced diagnosis tools and the minimal and non-invasive surgical tools required to apply the conservative and biological model of treatmentSketch the recent conservative cavity designs and estimate when to be usedExplain the main causes of dentin hypersensitivity and how it can be managed in the traditional mannerEsthetic consideration on operative dentistryList the components of the esthetic formula, the causes of esthetic defects and objectives of restoring esthetic defectsCategorize the limiting problems in restoring esthetic appearances and to what extend these problems can be solvedDescribe the mechanism of color perception and color parametersList the factors affecting the optical qualities of an object and the requirements for correct color determinationSolve some esthetic problems and plan for esthetic cavity design using different restorative materials and techniquesDefine bonding and discriminate between different bonding mechanismsList the factors essential for a successful adhesive junction and the requirements for an ideal dentin bonding agentCompare between bonding to enamel and bonding to dentin, and correlate between the properties of the tooth structure and its influence on the bonding mechanismOutline the developments performed in dentin bonding systems and classify themDiscuss factors affecting bonding to tooth structureIndirect esthetic restorationsClassify the indirect restorations, and list the indications and contraindications of indirect esthetic inlaysOutline different techniques for fabrication of composite resin inlays and their advantages and disadvantagesDescribe different types of ceramic inlaysExplain the placement technique of indirect composite and ceramic inlaysManagement of non-carious lesionsList and differentiate between different non-carious lesionsPoint out causes of different non carious lesions and describe how they appear clinicallyReport on the treatment plan of different non-carious lesionsManagement of badly broken down teethList the indications for pin retained restorationsDifferentiate between different types of pins and their techniquesOutline the cavity preparation design of badly broken down teethExplain the mechanism of reinforcement of endodontically treated teethFailure of restorationsList the criteria of successful restorations and state the causes of their failureDescribe the failure manifestations of contemporary restorationsList the indication for repair of contemporary restorationsDescribe the repair mechanism for different contemporary restorations.Intellectual skills:Recognize health and safety regulations within the laboratory environmentMaintain a professional image in manners of dress, speech, and interpersonal relationships that are consistent with international health care standardsAnalyze symptoms and signs, and apply differential diagnoses for commonly found complaints.Professional and Practical Skills:Apply the general principles of cavity preparation in different circumstancesUse appropriate instruments properlyPerform different technical steps for restorative procedures satisfactorilyDemonstrate surgical removal of carious lesions and temporary treatment of teethDemonstrate the ability to prepare and restore simple and compound cavities using amalgam or compositeRecognize urgent life-threatening conditionsAbility to perceive the patients and prepare the operating position and field accurately (either using the two hand technique or the four hand technique)Ability to perform all cavity preparation procedures, in order to apply different restorative materials according to the patient’s conditionAbility to deal with failed restorations either by removal or repairAbility to give the patient the appropriate advice to prevent disease’s recurrence. 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