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Learning Outcomes

Knowledge and understanding

  • Recognize the basis of normal human facial growth and development from birth until the completion of growth
  • Describe the stages of normal development of occlusion during infancy, primary dentition, mixed dentition, and permanent dentition
  • Recognize the phases of eruption and their effect on development of malocclusion
  • Define the terminology of malposed teeth and different types of classification of malocclusion
  • Identify the etiological factors of malocclusion and their impact on the developing occlusion
  • Describe extra oral and intraoral examination from an orthodontic perspective
  • Discuss the concept of extraction in orthodontics
  • Discuss the biological principles of tooth movement and describe the different types of tooth movement
  • Describe the basic biomechanical principles of orthodontics tooth movement
  • Recognize the behavior of orthodontics wires
  • Describe the measures necessary for the prevention of malocclusion in the primary and mixed dentition stage
  • Identify the appropriate management of abnormalities affecting the occlusion in the primary and mixed dentition stage
  • Recognize the basic principles of orthodontic appliance design
  • Enumerate possible orthognathic surgical techniques and list the types of malocclusions that would indicate their choice for treatment
  • Recognize the problem of relapse and the procedures taken to maintain the position of teeth achieved by orthodontic treatment
  • Recognize the sequelae of untreated malocclusion and their influence on oral health
  • Recognize the interrelationship between orthodontics and other dental specialties
  • Recognize the iatrogenic effect in orthodontics
  • Identify the moral and ethical responsibility involved in the provision of care to individual patients and community.

Intellectual skills

  • Recognize a developing normal occlusion and be able to distinguish abnormal deviation that necessitates treatment
  • Select appropriate time of intervention in potential orthodontic cases and what these interventions are likely to be
  • Apply knowledge and understanding of etiology in the process of diagnosis, prevention and treatment in the mixed dentition stage.

Professional and practical skills

  • Record accurately a patient's chief compliant
  • Report and document a completely focused medical and dental history for performing an extra-oral and intra-oral examination of the patient, including head and neck, and oral hard and soft tissues
  • Perform and document a complete physical and mental status examination of a patient
  • Prescribe diagnostic aids appropriate for every individual case
  • Interpret acquired data in term of their diagnostic significances
  • Identify accurately underlying dentoskeletal abnormalities by analyzing cephalometric radiographs.
  • Identify accurately space problems through study cast analysis
  • Identify problems, prioritize them, and generate a treatment plan for each patient.
  • Design and effectively utilize simple removable appliances to interfere with a developing malocclusion (simple removable appliances)
  • Design and effectively utilize appropriate space maintenance appliances, tailored for individual cases
  • Design and effectively utilize appliances that interfere with abnormal oral habits that affect normal development of occlusion
  • Design and effectively utilize removable space regaining appliances
  • Design and effectively utilize appliances to correct cross bite conditions in primary and mixed dentition

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes Knowledge and understandingRecognize the basis of normal human facial growth and development from birth until the completion of growthDescribe the stages of normal development of occlusion during infancy, primary dentition, mixed dentition, and permanent dentitionRecognize the phases of eruption and their effect on development of malocclusionDefine the terminology of malposed teeth and different types of classification of malocclusionIdentify the etiological factors of malocclusion and their impact on the developing occlusionDescribe extra oral and intraoral examination from an orthodontic perspectiveDiscuss the concept of extraction in orthodonticsDiscuss the biological principles of tooth movement and describe the different types of tooth movementDescribe the basic biomechanical principles of orthodontics tooth movementRecognize the behavior of orthodontics wiresDescribe the measures necessary for the prevention of malocclusion in the primary and mixed dentition stageIdentify the appropriate management of abnormalities affecting the occlusion in the primary and mixed dentition stageRecognize the basic principles of orthodontic appliance designEnumerate possible orthognathic surgical techniques and list the types of malocclusions that would indicate their choice for treatmentRecognize the problem of relapse and the procedures taken to maintain the position of teeth achieved by orthodontic treatmentRecognize the sequelae of untreated malocclusion and their influence on oral healthRecognize the interrelationship between orthodontics and other dental specialtiesRecognize the iatrogenic effect in orthodonticsIdentify the moral and ethical responsibility involved in the provision of care to individual patients and community.Intellectual skillsRecognize a developing normal occlusion and be able to distinguish abnormal deviation that necessitates treatmentSelect appropriate time of intervention in potential orthodontic cases and what these interventions are likely to beApply knowledge and understanding of etiology in the process of diagnosis, prevention and treatment in the mixed dentition stage.Professional and practical skillsRecord accurately a patient's chief compliantReport and document a completely focused medical and dental history for performing an extra-oral and intra-oral examination of the patient, including head and neck, and oral hard and soft tissuesPerform and document a complete physical and mental status examination of a patientPrescribe diagnostic aids appropriate for every individual caseInterpret acquired data in term of their diagnostic significancesIdentify accurately underlying dentoskeletal abnormalities by analyzing cephalometric radiographs.Identify accurately space problems through study cast analysisIdentify problems, prioritize them, and generate a treatment plan for each patient.Design and effectively utilize simple removable appliances to interfere with a developing malocclusion (simple removable appliances)Design and effectively utilize appropriate space maintenance appliances, tailored for individual casesDesign and effectively utilize appliances that interfere with abnormal oral habits that affect normal development of occlusionDesign and effectively utilize removable space regaining appliancesDesign and effectively utilize appliances to correct cross bite conditions in primary and mixed dentition FUE