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Learning Outcomes

Knowledge and understanding

  • Define basic immunology and recognize different hypersensitivity reactions and their management
  • Focal infection
  • Revise causes of halitosis and their management
  • List occupational diseases of dentists and their prevention Recognize the normal clinical anatomical landmarks of the periodontium
  • Define different types of periodontal diseases
  • State scientific rules for etiology of periodontal diseases
  • Review the pathogenesis of periodontal diseases
  • Describe the local and systemic modifying factors of influence on the etiology periodontal diseases
  • Explain different treatment modalities used by the periodontist
  • Describe information about the epidemiology, differential diagnosis, prevention and prognosis of periodontal diseases
  • Recall different techniques and methods which aid the periodontist in diagnosis of different periodontal diseases
  • Recognize periodontal surgeries and the regenerative techniques used to treat various periodontal conditions
  • List general aspects of dental implantology, periodontal care for dental implants and etiology and management of periimplantitis
  • Identify rules of referral and consultations
  • List general aspects of dental practice including esthetics, medico-legal considerations, management and maintenance of a safe working environment
  • Review different types of blood diseases which have dental implications
  • Describe dental management of patients suffering from systemic diseases
  • Recognize different types of oro-facial pain and their management
  • Memorize infection diseases endangering the dentist, and methods of infection control
  • List general aspects of dental practice including esthetics, medico-legal considerations, management, and maintenance of a safe working environment
  • State etiology, clinical picture, histopathology, prognosis, treatment, and dental implications of white lesions affecting oral tissues
  • Describe etiology, clinical picture, histopathology, prognosis, treatment, and dental implications of oral ulcers affecting oral tissues
  • Describe information about the etiology, epidemiology, pathogenesis, differential diagnosis, prevention, and prognosis of oral and facial hyper pigmentation
  • Methods of infection control
  • List general aspects of dental practice including esthetics, medico-legal considerations, management, and maintenance of a safe working environment

Intellectual skills

  • Diagnose and manage treatment plans with different hypersensitivity reactions
  • Diagnose and manage treatment of halitosis
  • List general aspects of dental practice, including esthetics, medico-legal considerations, management, and maintenance of a safe working environment
  • Respect to all patients irrespective of their socioeconomic level and cultural beliefs
  • Converse with patients in an attentive manner that conveys concern, compassion, and the moral support of patients or their families
  • Point out to the patient the nature of his or her condition, different treatment options, and possible complications in a way that is easily understood; answer patient’s questions, and encourages discussion.
  • Differentiate between different types of periodontal diseases
  • Relate information obtained from the patient to his periodontal condition
  • Analyze answers to the different types of questions asked to the patient
  • Distinguish between the range of normal periodontal finding and abnormal deviations present
  • Interpret signs and symptoms, and physical findings, in terms of their anatomic, pathologic, and functional periodontal diagnostic significance
  • Amalgamate the obtained clinical and investigational data base with the evidence-based knowledge and skill of deductive reasoning to be proficient in clinical problem solving
  • Compose a prioritized list of treatment planning to the different periodontal conditions
  • Demonstrate respect to all patients irrespective of their socioeconomics level and cultural beliefs
  • Converse with patients in an attentive manner that conveys concern, compassion, and encouragement to patients or their families
  • Point out to the patient the nature of his or her condition, different treatment options and possible complications in a way that is easily understood, answers patient’s questions, and encourages discussion.

Professional and practical skills

  • Relate information obtained from the patient examination to his or her oral and systemic condition
  • Amalgamate the obtained clinical and investigational database with the evidence-based knowledge and skills of deductive reasoning to be proficient in clinical problem solving, thus reaching a proper treatment for the patient condition. Recognize infection control policies
  • Apply the brief concise periodontal case
  • Use different instruments and techniques of periodontal examination and understand their limitations and hazards
  • Practice a comprehensive periodontal examination
  • Apply a brief concise case history and examination in a special periodontal informed consents
  • Select the medical and dental history items relevant to chief compliant/s reported by the patient
  • Propose an individualized treatment plan for different chief complaints
  • Demonstrate appropriate professional attitudes and behavior in dealing with staff members and helping personnel
  • Choose the effective communication means with other health care professionals to maximize patient benefits and minimize the risk of malpractice
  • Use an appropriate formal and informal consultation with specialists in situations that are beyond the scope of their knowledge and skills
  • Select the medical and dental history items relevant to chief complaint/s reported by the patient
  • Propose an individualized treatment plan for different periodontal cases
  • Assess treatment options to be done by the general dentist and those that need referral to a specialist
  • Apply the brief concise case history
  • Use different instruments and techniques of clinical examination and understand their limitations and hazards
  • Analyze data collected from the different signs and symptoms revealed during the patient examination
  • Differentiate between different types of oral diseases
  • Relate information obtained from the patient examination to his or her oral and systemic condition
  • Practice a comprehensive extraoral and intraoral examination, including head and neck, oral hard and soft tissues, and properly obtain vital signs
  • Select the medical and dental history items relevant to chief compliants reported by the patient
  • Distinguish between the range of normal clinical findings and abnormal deviations present.
  • Interpret signs and symptoms, and physical findings in terms of their anatomic, pathological, and functional diagnostic significance
  • To combine the obtained clinical and investigational database with the evidence-based knowledge and skill of deductive reasoning to be proficient in clinical problem solving, thus reaching a proper treatment for the patient’s condition
  • Compose a prioritized list of tentative diagnosis, differential diagnosis, and final diagnosis, and a treatment plan for each main complaint.

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes Knowledge and understandingDefine basic immunology and recognize different hypersensitivity reactions and their managementFocal infectionRevise causes of halitosis and their managementList occupational diseases of dentists and their prevention Recognize the normal clinical anatomical landmarks of the periodontiumDefine different types of periodontal diseasesState scientific rules for etiology of periodontal diseasesReview the pathogenesis of periodontal diseasesDescribe the local and systemic modifying factors of influence on the etiology periodontal diseasesExplain different treatment modalities used by the periodontistDescribe information about the epidemiology, differential diagnosis, prevention and prognosis of periodontal diseasesRecall different techniques and methods which aid the periodontist in diagnosis of different periodontal diseasesRecognize periodontal surgeries and the regenerative techniques used to treat various periodontal conditionsList general aspects of dental implantology, periodontal care for dental implants and etiology and management of periimplantitisIdentify rules of referral and consultationsList general aspects of dental practice including esthetics, medico-legal considerations, management and maintenance of a safe working environmentReview different types of blood diseases which have dental implicationsDescribe dental management of patients suffering from systemic diseasesRecognize different types of oro-facial pain and their managementMemorize infection diseases endangering the dentist, and methods of infection controlList general aspects of dental practice including esthetics, medico-legal considerations, management, and maintenance of a safe working environmentState etiology, clinical picture, histopathology, prognosis, treatment, and dental implications of white lesions affecting oral tissuesDescribe etiology, clinical picture, histopathology, prognosis, treatment, and dental implications of oral ulcers affecting oral tissuesDescribe information about the etiology, epidemiology, pathogenesis, differential diagnosis, prevention, and prognosis of oral and facial hyper pigmentationMethods of infection controlList general aspects of dental practice including esthetics, medico-legal considerations, management, and maintenance of a safe working environmentIntellectual skillsDiagnose and manage treatment plans with different hypersensitivity reactionsDiagnose and manage treatment of halitosisList general aspects of dental practice, including esthetics, medico-legal considerations, management, and maintenance of a safe working environmentRespect to all patients irrespective of their socioeconomic level and cultural beliefsConverse with patients in an attentive manner that conveys concern, compassion, and the moral support of patients or their familiesPoint out to the patient the nature of his or her condition, different treatment options, and possible complications in a way that is easily understood; answer patient’s questions, and encourages discussion.Differentiate between different types of periodontal diseasesRelate information obtained from the patient to his periodontal conditionAnalyze answers to the different types of questions asked to the patientDistinguish between the range of normal periodontal finding and abnormal deviations presentInterpret signs and symptoms, and physical findings, in terms of their anatomic, pathologic, and functional periodontal diagnostic significanceAmalgamate the obtained clinical and investigational data base with the evidence-based knowledge and skill of deductive reasoning to be proficient in clinical problem solvingCompose a prioritized list of treatment planning to the different periodontal conditionsDemonstrate respect to all patients irrespective of their socioeconomics level and cultural beliefsConverse with patients in an attentive manner that conveys concern, compassion, and encouragement to patients or their familiesPoint out to the patient the nature of his or her condition, different treatment options and possible complications in a way that is easily understood, answers patient’s questions, and encourages discussion.Professional and practical skillsRelate information obtained from the patient examination to his or her oral and systemic conditionAmalgamate the obtained clinical and investigational database with the evidence-based knowledge and skills of deductive reasoning to be proficient in clinical problem solving, thus reaching a proper treatment for the patient condition. Recognize infection control policiesApply the brief concise periodontal caseUse different instruments and techniques of periodontal examination and understand their limitations and hazardsPractice a comprehensive periodontal examinationApply a brief concise case history and examination in a special periodontal informed consentsSelect the medical and dental history items relevant to chief compliant/s reported by the patientPropose an individualized treatment plan for different chief complaintsDemonstrate appropriate professional attitudes and behavior in dealing with staff members and helping personnelChoose the effective communication means with other health care professionals to maximize patient benefits and minimize the risk of malpracticeUse an appropriate formal and informal consultation with specialists in situations that are beyond the scope of their knowledge and skillsSelect the medical and dental history items relevant to chief complaint/s reported by the patientPropose an individualized treatment plan for different periodontal casesAssess treatment options to be done by the general dentist and those that need referral to a specialistApply the brief concise case historyUse different instruments and techniques of clinical examination and understand their limitations and hazardsAnalyze data collected from the different signs and symptoms revealed during the patient examinationDifferentiate between different types of oral diseasesRelate information obtained from the patient examination to his or her oral and systemic conditionPractice a comprehensive extraoral and intraoral examination, including head and neck, oral hard and soft tissues, and properly obtain vital signsSelect the medical and dental history items relevant to chief compliants reported by the patientDistinguish between the range of normal clinical findings and abnormal deviations present.Interpret signs and symptoms, and physical findings in terms of their anatomic, pathological, and functional diagnostic significanceTo combine the obtained clinical and investigational database with the evidence-based knowledge and skill of deductive reasoning to be proficient in clinical problem solving, thus reaching a proper treatment for the patient’s conditionCompose a prioritized list of tentative diagnosis, differential diagnosis, and final diagnosis, and a treatment plan for each main complaint. 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