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This course discusses the process of caries and its control by preventive and conservative techniques. It emphasizes the sound understanding of the basic principles of management of dental caries and placement of different restorative materials.
 
Conservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorConservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry2
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This course introduces the student to explore and understand materials and instrument used in restoration of teeth with emphasis on patient and practitioner position during treatment. This course assists the student to apply performance to operative procedures and cavity preparation on simulator.
 
 
Conservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorConservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry2
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This course discusses the anatomy, histology biology and physiology of the dental pulp and its reaction to any type of aggression and aging. It pays special attention to diagnosis of pulp pathology and discusses the conventional and modern technique used in Endodontics.
 
Conservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorConservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry2
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This course is designed to give students the basic manual dexterity to perform all phases of root canal treatment on anterior and posterior teeth and understand the indications and contraindications of endodontic therapy and the role to be played to maintain the patient's dentition in conjunction with other dental discipline.
 
 
Conservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorConservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry2
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This course aims at introducing the student to clinical conservative dentistry through reviewing the basics and principles of conservative dentistry. It emphasizes the importance of case evaluation, diagnosis and developing treatment plan, considerable emphasis is given to new restorative procedures and related dental materials.
 
 
Conservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorConservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry2
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This course introduces the student to clinical training and patient treatment. By fulfilling certain clinical requirements, the student and throughout the course is assisted to acquire the clinical skills needed for examination of the patient, assessment, diagnosis, developing sound treatment planning, restoration of teeth and root canal therapy.
 
 
Conservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorConservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry2
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This course discusses the principles of fixed prosthesis including casted gold restorations, crowns and bridges. The course explores the various dental materials, equipment, procedures and techniques (clinical and laboratory work) used to construct the different types of fixed prosthesis and casted gold restorations.
 
Conservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorConservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry2
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This course assists the student during the training and working on simulator to acquire skills necessary for the preparation of crowns and bridges and casted gold restorations. The student is given the opportunity to demonstrate understanding of the techniques in the preparation of teeth and laboratory work.
 
Conservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorConservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry2
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This course discusses advances achieved in the field of conservative dentistry. It emphasizes the close relationship between conservative dentistry and other fields of dental sciences including Periodontic and oral surgery. The course pays special attention to occlusion, TMJ Dysfunction and its management, emergency treatment with emphasis on the role of Endodontics.
 
 
Conservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorConservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry2
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This course provides the student with the opportunity to cover training in all the scope of conservative dentistry (operative, Endodontics, crowns and bridges) and to develop a comprehensive treatment plan according to the special requirement of the patient. The course pays special attention to the joint diagnosis and treatment planning closely made up by different dental disciplines.
 
Conservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorConservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry2
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This course explores the morphology of teeth and their supporting tissues "detailed description of the structure and external shape of each individual tooth, both primary and permanent teeth". It also describes eruption of teeth and resorption and exfoliation of primary teeth, also occlusion is discussed.
 
 
 
Conservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorConservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry2
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This course aims to assist the student to acquire skills and knowledge related to the dental anatomy through drawing , carving of selected permanent teeth and through identification of natural teeth both permanent and primary.
 
Conservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorConservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry2
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This course discusses the biological, chemical, and physical properties of biomaterials used in dentistry and their applications.
 
Conservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorConservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry2
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This course deals with the most common materials used in dentistry. It emphasizes the handling and the appreciation of the various properties of these materials during clinical work. Dental materials related to laboratory work are also discussed, and the student is assisted in understanding and developing good knowledge of these materials used by the technician to satisfy the specific requirements of patients.
 
 
Conservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorConservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry2
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This course discusses the principles of occlusion with emphasis on the anatomy and physiology of occlusion. It pays special attention to its understanding to the different fields of dentistry and its interaction with other dental sciences and specialties.
 
 
Conservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorConservative DentistryDDS in Dentistry2
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This course discusses the principles of removable Prosthodontics. Besides reviewing the relevant anatomy and physiology of the craniofacial region and occlusion, it explores equipment, instruments, materials and various steps of procedures and techniques used for the construction of complete and partial removable dentures with interest to characterization of dentures basis for esthetics.
 
 
Removable ProsthodonticsDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorRemovable ProsthodonticsDDS in Dentistry4
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Throughout the course; by talks, demonstration and laboratory work the student is assisted to understand and to construct step by step complete and removable partial dentures. The course emphasizes the well understanding of dental materials used, their manipulation and technical work achieved by both the practitioner and the technician.
 
 
Removable ProsthodonticsDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorRemovable ProsthodonticsDDS in Dentistry4
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This course aims at introducing the student to clinical Prosthodontics through reviewing the basics and principles of removable prosthesis. It emphasizes the importance of selection of the case by examination, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment planning. It also explores the steps of construction (clinical and technical in laboratory), materials and equipment used starting by preparing the mouth for prosthesis and ending by denture insertion, post-insertion and recalls.
 
 
Removable ProsthodonticsDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorRemovable ProsthodonticsDDS in Dentistry4
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This course provides the opportunity to the student to acquire clinical skills needed for the construction of removable dentures. The student is assisted to treat clinical cases and to construct conventional types of removable prosthesis.
 
Removable ProsthodonticsDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorRemovable ProsthodonticsDDS in Dentistry4
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This course discusses problems and management of post-insertion complaints of the Prosthodontic patients. The course explores the special cases requiring removable prosthesis and proposes solutions and modified techniques and appliances. It pays special attention to those various techniques conditioned by the existing anatomical structures and socioeconomic factors. The course also discusses the interaction of Prosthodontics with other dental sciences and specialties with emphasis on T.M.J dysfunction and Implantology.
 
 
Removable ProsthodonticsDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorRemovable ProsthodonticsDDS in Dentistry4
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Throughout the course and by treating clinical prosthodontic cases, the student is assisted to acquire the necessary skills in patient examination and assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning and construction of different types of removable dentures. It emphasizes management of special cases with understanding of basic principles and their scientific background together with the development of new clinical and technical skills.
 
 
Removable ProsthodonticsDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorRemovable ProsthodonticsDDS in Dentistry4
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This course introduces the advanced oral pathology design aiming at assisting the student in developing skills in the differential diagnosis of dental diseases and common lesions of the oral cavity like developmental disorders, caries and periodontal disease, cysts, connective tissue lesions and oral epithelial lesions.
 
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorOral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1
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This course introduces the advanced oral pathology design aiming at assisting the student in developing skills in the differential diagnosis of dental diseases and common lesions of the oral cavity like white lesions, infections, ulcers, salivary gland disease, odontogenic tumours and bone disorders.
 
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorOral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1
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This course focuses on the ability of the student to recognize and describe the common lesions of the oral cavity and the region of the head and neck. Also it assists the student in developing a sound rational diagnostic aids and procedures used in differential diagnosis.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorOral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1
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This course introduces the basic information of X-ray production, X-ray interaction with material and radiographic image production. The course focuses on the fundamental concepts of patient protection, radiographic techniques and image interpretation.
 
 
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorOral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1
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This course assists the student to understand the scope of radiographic interpretation and its interaction with all other clinical dental sciences. It assists the student in interpreting the radiographs in conjunction with the clinical findings.
 
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorOral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1
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This course aims to teach the students how to perform basic intraoral radiographs and introduce them to normal radiographic anatomy. This course also makes the students able to choose the proper radiographic technique for certain clinical situations and identify clinical acceptable radiographs.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorOral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1
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This course introduces the clinical dentistry and combines the basic scientific information. It pays special attention to the newer development in history-taking and patient-evaluation techniques, including a review of the diverse approaches now used both in instructional and clinical setting. Also, the course focuses on drugs used in dentistry, occupational hazards and cross infection.
 
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorOral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1
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This course familiarizes the student with the dental offices environment and receiving patients. The student is taught to perform a thorough evaluation, taking dental and medical histories, examination of the patients, take necessary intra-oral radiographs, make differential diagnosis and develop a treatment plan that takes all relevant information into account.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorOral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1
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This course provides the student with basics and knowledge related to the anatomy and biology of periodontium. It emphasizes the important role of plaque and certain systemic diseases in the pathogenesis of periodontal diseases.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1.BachelorOral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and PeriodontologyDDS in Dentistry1
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