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تحميل الدليل التدريبي

أسئلة شائعة


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Lecture Topics

Lecturers

 

1.  Introduction and orientation

            (Reference: SDS 431 and SDS 331 course outlines)

·         Overview of SDS 431 course objectives and content.

·         Review of knowledge and skills gained to date (with special reference to course SDS 331).

·         Course continuous assessment and clinical examination.

 

 

2.  The dynamics of treatment planning and treatment

     sequences.

            (References: Kay and Nuttall. Clinical decision

making – Part I. Brit. Dent J 1995, 178:76 – 78;

Shillingburg p. 73 – 93.

·         Principles of clinical decision making

·         Principles of observation and identifying problems

·         Making a diagnosis

·         Importance of prognosis

·         Treatment phases

·         Design of the prosthesis

 

 

 

3.  Occlusal examination  (mohl, Zarb, Carlsson Rugh.

     A textbook of occlusion.  Chicago: Quintessence

     Publishing Co., 1988. p. 129 – 141; 185 – 198)

·         Review of mandibular movements, including border and functional movements

·         Clinical significance of tooth and joint morphology

·         Review of articulators and study casts

·         Examination of the occlusion; clinical signs and symptoms, radiographic signs, occlusal contacts.

 

 

 

4.  Review of various tooth preparation, including the     

     extensively damaged vital tooth, the RPD abutment, etc.

     (Shillingburg pp. 139 – 154; 181 – 188; 194 – 209).

·         Methods of build-up for vital/non-vital teeth

·         Full metal crown

·         Metal ceramic crown

 

 

 

 

 

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5.  The diagnostic wax-up and provisional restorations

     (Shillingburg p. 225 – 256; Rosenstiel p. 163 – 165).

·         Applications of templates in diagnosis and treatment

·         Template construction techniques

·         Review of provisional restoration fabrication techniques

 

 

 

6.  Managing abnormal tooth positions

     (Shillingburg p. 95 – 102; 124 – 126; 189 – 193;

     211 – 214; 530 – 533).

·         Managing space deficit/excesses

·         Managing supra-eruptions

·         Tilted abutments

·         Non-rigid connectors

·         Managing short clinical crowns

·         Preparations for periodontally compromised teeth

 

 

 

7.  Tissue management and definitive impressions

     (Shillingburg p. 257 – 279)

·         Fluid control

·         Finish line exposure

·         Types of impression materials

·         Impression techniques

 

 

 

8.  All Ceramic Restorations

     (Anusavice, Science of Dental Materials, 10th ed.

     p. 608 – 617).

·         Aluminous core porcelain

·         Drawback of previous system

·         Injection-molded glass-ceramic

·         Castable glass ceramic

·         Glass-infiltrated alumina-core ceramic

·         CAD-CAM ceramics

 

 

 

9.  Review Sessions

 

 

 

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10. Mid – Year Written Examination

 

 

11. Developments in esthetics in prosthodontics

      (Shillingburg p.433 – 436; 441 – 451; 472 – 481).

·         Porcelain margins with metal ceramics

·         High strength ceramics

·         All crowns

·         Porcelain veneers

 

 

 

12. Esthetics and Shade considerations

      (Shillingburg p. 419 – 431).

·         Appearance zone

·         Light and color

·         Description of light

·         Shade selection sequence

 

 

 

13. The resin bonded FPD

      (Shillingburg p. 537 – 561)

·         Historical background

·         Indications

·         Metal framework

·         Principles of tooth preparation

·         Laboratory aspects

·         cementation

 

 

 

14. Luting cements and delivering the final restoration

     (Shillingburg p. 385 – 415).

·         Provisional cementation

·         Definitive cementation

·         Types of permanent cements

·         Cementation of metal based crowns

·         Cementation of all ceramic veneers and inlays

 

 

 

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15. Prosthodontic failures, prevention and management

      (Hamerle CHF. Success and failure bridgework.

      Period 2000 1994, 4:41 – 51).

 

 

 

16. Recall examination procedures

      (Rosenstiel, Land, Fujimoto, Contemporary fixed

      prosthodontics. St. Louis: Mosby, 1995 p. 631 – 652).

·         Post-cementation appointments

·         Periodic recall system

·         Continuity of treatment

·         Criteria of evaluation during recall

 

 

 

 

 

17. FINAL EXAMINATION

 

 

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