Dentistry - Course - Operative & Esthetic Dentistry Clinics IV

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  • Course Code: OPER684
  • Credits: 2
  • Hours Distribution: (6 Prac)
  • Course Type: Operative & Esthetic Dentistry (OPER)

Course Description

The clinical courses are designed to offer comprehensive training in all aspects of  operative and esthetic restorative treatment. Students will be able to manage diversity of cases and use varying conservative treatment modalities. The clinical work includes comprehensive diagnosis, examination, treatment planning, caries risk assessment and remineralization protocols,  smile analysis and smile design, esthetic workup including wax-up and mock-up, advanced techniques for esthetic direct and indirect restorations as direct composite build-up, composite and ceramic veneers, bonded bridges, esthetic posterior restorations, computer-generated ceramic restorations, and in-office bleaching. Students will be assessed for their clinical skills, behavior and time management and will not be able to precede to the next level if they receive unsatisfactory level of achievement. By the end of the clinical courses, students should be in a position to handle complex cases with confidence.