Undergraduate Educational Clinics

Educational Clinics

Our facilities are designed to accommodate more than two hundred fully equipped dental units, which are distributed among seven clinics. One of these clinics will be designated to serve different residency programs. An additional triple unit dental clinic is also available for diagnostic and minor surgical procedures. Each clinic is independently appointed with its own nursing staff, sterilization, dental x-ray, and filing units.

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Diagnosis Clinic

All procedures begin with a proper recognition of any problem. The technique of questioning the patient about a problem, filtering the important data, requesting the appropriate investigations, and then deciding on a course of treatment, all these stages determine the success of a final outcome. Our dedicated staff, with their many years of experience and wide knowledge, pass this complex multidisciplinary process on to our students.

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Restorative Clinic

Our restorative dentistry clinic is equipped with the latest equipment and facilities to ensure that the best approach to successful and durable dental treatment is being achieved. The clinic also offers training in cosmetic dentistry, micro dentistry, and in tooth whitening, enhancing the trainees’ level of understanding of dental esthetics, all of which can affects a patient’s life style.

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Prosthodontic Clinic

In the unlikely event of tooth loss, replacing missing teeth to a level appropriate to patients’ needs in terms of function and esthetics is not an easy task. Whether the loss is of one, of some, or of all the teeth, with careful planning and treatment, restoring a normal and natural form and function can be achieved. Different types of treatment, from the fabrication of a crown or a bridge to fitting full or partial dentures, are carried out in standard ways, with the aid of the latest technology including computer applications like CAD-CAM and zirconia structures. Supporting artificial appliances on patient’s own teeth, or using dental implants to complete the rehabilitation process, are all available in the clinic. More complex appliances to restore lost teeth and parts of the jaw, following trauma or tumor treatment, bringing back facial contours, and curing speaking impediments , are addressed by our skilled professors and laboratory technicians.

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Orthodontic Clinic

Restoring a patient’s smile can be a tedious effort. Treating patients with misaligned teeth, making the necessary filings, obtaining all the needed records, and determining their treatment plans, all need a great deal of attention from the faculty professors and from the students. Keeping records of patients’ conditions before and after treatment and analyzing the results of every step of a treatment all guarantee the best treatment results and are the hallmark of a well-trained orthodontist.
The department also treats patients who have jaw deformities. The use of modern technology and the combined efforts of the surgical team make the treatment of difficult and demanding cases comparatively easy.
This high level of training is combined with an affiliation with an international program of orthodontics, the Diploma of Membership in Orthodontics (MOrth.) of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh. This ensures that any graduate will be globally recognized as a qualified orthodontist. The dental hospital has a dedicated MOrth clinic that is fully equipped to serve the trainees for three consecutive years before attaining their membership. Auditing committees of the MOrth programs ensure that the highest educational quality is maintained by closely monitor the progress of all postgraduates.

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Oral Surgery Clinic

Here surgical procedures are the corner stone of dental practice. These can be traumatic for both doctor and patient. During and after surgical treatment, strict aseptic procedures ensure against the risk of secondary infection. An understanding of the concept of an aseptic chain, together with the technique of performing surgical procedures inside the oral cavity with its inherent inaccessibility is taught to the students, with detailed description of all the steps, and by encouraging the students to practice themselves under strict supervision. The learning process starts with tooth extraction and extends to cover a wide range of surgical procedures and techniques in the field.
Surgery is what the patients fear most, making them nervous when scheduled for such procedures. Patients are also concerned about the possibility of experiencing pain during and after the completion of surgery. It is the duty of the department staff to treat those patients in the most compassionate manner, dispelling their disquiet and minimizing risks during treatment. It is also important to train students in how best to build up their self-confidence, which will be sensed by a patient and which lessens any feeling of stress. Students’ training is enhanced by the use of the most advanced equipment for bone surgery and live transmissions of major surgical procedures from the operating rooms acquaint them with a wide range of surgical care.

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Pedodontic Clinic

The era of the frightened child in the dental chair has ended. Students in this clinic learn how to handle a child at both a technical and psychological level. When the treatment of a particular child cannot be completed in the clinic, students have the opportunity to watch and share in full mouth reconstruction of a pediatric patient under general anesthesia in the operating theatre.
Our main concern is not only treating teeth but also encouraging oral hygiene procedures to parents and children in an effort to maintain all their original teeth throughout their life, improving their dental as well as their general health.

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Endodontic Clinic

Preserving as many teeth as possible is the goal of modern dentistry. Here comes the importance of endodontic treatment, where a combination of skill, intuition, and knowledge can be achieved by our students to retain all natural teeth as long as possible. The supervision of staff, with the availability of the all the equipment for root canal treatment, ensures successful calm sessions for patients and students acquire the necessary skills for ensuring a good reputation throughout their career.

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Periodontics Clinic

Healthy gums are the basis of all dental treatment, saving the patients from losing their teeth, and this is usually where treatment procedures begin. Our goal is to make patients understand this and practice good dental hygiene. Students in this clinic must focus on prevention and treatment of periodontal disease. They are supervised throughout this process and the importance of removing plaque from above and below the gums is stressed. They also have the opportunity to be involved in a wide range of periodontal surgeries, whether just cleaning teeth or excising the marin from diseased gums or even in advanced surgery for regeneration of lost bone around teeth roots and also in the surgical treatment of exposed sensitive roots. Of most importance, they learn how to maintain oral health after dental treatment, with an emphasis on the intricate areas close to dental implants or under a bridge.

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Endodontic Microscope Clinic

Healthy gums are the basis for all dental treatment and prevent the loss of natural teeth. Our goal in this clinic is to help patients understand the importance and practice of daily cleaning to keep their teeth in what should be perfect condition. The students in this clinic focus on the prevention and treatment of periodontal disease. They are supervised throughout the process of removing plaque, deposited above and below the gums. They also get the opportunity to be involved in a wide range of periodontal surgeries, whether excising the marin of diseased gums or even advanced surgery for regeneration of the lost bone around teeth roots and also surgical coverage of exposed sensitive roots. They also have the opportunity to be involved in a wide range of periodontal surgeries, whether excising the marin from diseased gums or even in advanced surgery for regeneration of lost bone around teeth roots and also in the surgical treatment of exposed sensitive roots. Of most importance, they learn how to maintain oral health after dental treatment, with an emphasis on the intricate areas close to dental implants or under a bridge.

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