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Learning Outcomes

Knowledge and understanding

  • Understand radiation physics including X-rays production, different components of X-ray machines, and the various properties of X-rays
  • Discuss how images are produced and identify different image characteristics in density, contrast, sharpness, and resolution; and illustrate all factors affecting these characteristics
  • Identify types of radiographic films by size, number, and speed (intraoral and extraoral). Explain the underlying principles of the use of screens and discuss their different types and structures
  • Explain the principles of all the intraoral radiographic techniques
  • Recognize how images are produced by processing and describing different processing techniques and chemicals
  • Understand the digital radiography systems and their advantages and uses
  • Explain the principles of extraoral radiographic techniques and understand their indications
  • Recognize and identify different radiographic pitfalls, their causes, and the methods to overcome them
  • Recognize, identify, and list anatomical landmarks related to various intra-oral and extra-oral radiographs
  • Discuss major principles of radiation biology, doses, and methods of protection with special emphasizes on the ALARA concept
  • Discuss the methodological approach and principles of radiographic interpretation and description of lesions
  • Recognize and describe different carious lesions and radiographic methods of their evaluation
  • Recognize and describe different periodontal lesions and the radiographic methods of their evaluation.

Clinical and practical skills

  • Apply their knowledge and skills in radiographic techniques and processing to acquire excellent diagnostic quality radiographs
  • Complete full mouth periapical, bitewing, and occlusal survey images for adults, and children
  • Perform different extraoral radiographic techniques by applying proper principles, and interpretation
  • Appreciate normal radiographic anatomy and variations, as well as common dental pathology seen on intraoral radiographs
  • Learn the radiographic interpretation basics to enhance diagnostic skills including extraoral radiography, panoramic radiography, and digital radiography
  • Identify different radiographic carious lesions
  • Perform radiographic assessment means on different periodontal lesions
  • Interpret radiographs of some teeth-related syndromes, and traumatic injuries of teeth and jaws.

Intellectual skills

  • Make decisions regarding proper radiographic prescription
  • Formulate complete radiographic reports for intraoral, panoramic, and extra oral radiographs

Laser skills

Objectives:

  • To demonstrate general understanding of laser use in dentistry
  • To improve the health and well being of patients through the proper use of laser technology
  • To overview the research and clinical aspects of the safe and effective uses of lasers in dentistry.

Intended Learning Outcomes of the Course (ILOs)

Knowledge and understanding:

  • Understand the scientific and clinical principles of lasers in dentistry
  • Learn basic concepts of laser physics and segmentation of wavelengths
  • Understand the nature of light, the light spectrum, and laser wavelengths
  • Understand the basic elements of laser - tissue interaction
  • Become familiar with different types of laser used in dentistry
  • Acquire thorough knowledge of laser set up, delivery system, and power settings
  • Acquire thorough knowledge of laser applications used in dental soft tissue management
  • Acquire thorough knowledge of laser applications used in dental hard tissue management
  • Become familiar with laser use protocols
  • Learn laser safety and infection control in the dental practice

Clinical and practical skills:

  • Gain experience with the use of lasers through hands-on clinical simulation
  • Laser applications used in dental soft tissue management
  • Laser applications used in dental hard tissues
  • Learn how to successfully integrate laser use in treatment diagnosis

Intellectual skills:

  • Make decisions regarding proper laser types, mode, and frequency.
  • Understand the wide advantages of using laser in dental practice.

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes Knowledge and understandingUnderstand radiation physics including X-rays production, different components of X-ray machines, and the various properties of X-raysDiscuss how images are produced and identify different image characteristics in density, contrast, sharpness, and resolution; and illustrate all factors affecting these characteristicsIdentify types of radiographic films by size, number, and speed (intraoral and extraoral). Explain the underlying principles of the use of screens and discuss their different types and structuresExplain the principles of all the intraoral radiographic techniquesRecognize how images are produced by processing and describing different processing techniques and chemicalsUnderstand the digital radiography systems and their advantages and usesExplain the principles of extraoral radiographic techniques and understand their indicationsRecognize and identify different radiographic pitfalls, their causes, and the methods to overcome themRecognize, identify, and list anatomical landmarks related to various intra-oral and extra-oral radiographsDiscuss major principles of radiation biology, doses, and methods of protection with special emphasizes on the ALARA conceptDiscuss the methodological approach and principles of radiographic interpretation and description of lesionsRecognize and describe different carious lesions and radiographic methods of their evaluationRecognize and describe different periodontal lesions and the radiographic methods of their evaluation.Clinical and practical skillsApply their knowledge and skills in radiographic techniques and processing to acquire excellent diagnostic quality radiographsComplete full mouth periapical, bitewing, and occlusal survey images for adults, and childrenPerform different extraoral radiographic techniques by applying proper principles, and interpretationAppreciate normal radiographic anatomy and variations, as well as common dental pathology seen on intraoral radiographsLearn the radiographic interpretation basics to enhance diagnostic skills including extraoral radiography, panoramic radiography, and digital radiographyIdentify different radiographic carious lesionsPerform radiographic assessment means on different periodontal lesionsInterpret radiographs of some teeth-related syndromes, and traumatic injuries of teeth and jaws.Intellectual skillsMake decisions regarding proper radiographic prescriptionFormulate complete radiographic reports for intraoral, panoramic, and extra oral radiographsLaser skillsObjectives:To demonstrate general understanding of laser use in dentistryTo improve the health and well being of patients through the proper use of laser technologyTo overview the research and clinical aspects of the safe and effective uses of lasers in dentistry.Intended Learning Outcomes of the Course (ILOs)Knowledge and understanding:Understand the scientific and clinical principles of lasers in dentistryLearn basic concepts of laser physics and segmentation of wavelengthsUnderstand the nature of light, the light spectrum, and laser wavelengthsUnderstand the basic elements of laser - tissue interactionBecome familiar with different types of laser used in dentistryAcquire thorough knowledge of laser set up, delivery system, and power settingsAcquire thorough knowledge of laser applications used in dental soft tissue managementAcquire thorough knowledge of laser applications used in dental hard tissue managementBecome familiar with laser use protocolsLearn laser safety and infection control in the dental practiceClinical and practical skills:Gain experience with the use of lasers through hands-on clinical simulationLaser applications used in dental soft tissue managementLaser applications used in dental hard tissuesLearn how to successfully integrate laser use in treatment diagnosisIntellectual skills:Make decisions regarding proper laser types, mode, and frequency.Understand the wide advantages of using laser in dental practice. FUE