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Aims/Objectives:

The student must be able to apply clinically the skills acquired in the previous crown and bridge preclinical studies. In addition, the student must acquire sound knowledge and practical skills on all esthetic principles such as shade selection, selection of suitable type of esthetic restorations corresponding to every clinical situation, minimal invasive procedures as porcelain laminate veneers and resin bonded restorations. Moreover, the student must acquire sound knowledge on successful design of metal ceramic restorations and factors affecting its success and failure.


-The course introduces the student to the clinical application of skills acquired in his previous crown and bridge preclinical training.
-Instruction is focused on early development of diagnosis and treatment planning skills, along with the execution of basic fixed prosthodontics.
-The course also allows interaction between the dental student and the professional dental laboratory technician.
-It also presents more advanced techniques and treatment planning for advanced and complex fixed
prosthodontic needs as well as the principles of crown and bridge in implant dentistry.

Textbook(s)

 

This course involves diagnosis and treatment plan for restoring teeth with fixed restorations to provide optimum patient care regarding the patient’s condition and demands. It also provides preclinical skills restoring endodontically treated teeth and familiarizes the students with various techniques in restoring endodontically treated teeth with tooth reduction in preparation for the clinical phase followed by taking impression records then, transfer the collected data to the laboratory to fabricate prosthesis fulfilling the proposed plan, followed by trying the restoration and checking it then cementing it . 

Grades

Final Exam
Midterm Exam
Course Work
30
10
60

Fixed Prosthodontics


( 3 Credits)


Course Code:
PRS541n/PRS541
Prerequisites.

Description

The course enables the graduating dental student to deal with patients’ complications related to fixed prosthetic appliances. It also introduces the students to the advanced materials, techniques and treatment planning modalities.  The course aims at students to recognize implants as a prosthetic option for single and multiple teeth loss, and apply clinical skills acquired in the previous crown and bridge preclinical studies.


 

 

Grades

Final Exam
Midterm Exam
Course Work
40
20
40

The course spans four semesters.
-The course introduces the student to the clinical application of skills acquired in his previous crown and bridge preclinical training.
-Instruction is focused on early development of diagnosis and treatment planning skills, along with the execution of basic fixed prosthodontics.
-The course also allows interaction between the dental student and the professional dental laboratory technician.
-It also presents more advanced techniques and treatment planning for advanced and complex fixed
prosthodontic needs as well as the principles of crown and bridge in implant dentistry.

Syllabus

 

Textbook(s)

 

 

Grades

Final Exam
Midterm Exam
Course Work
30
10
60