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تحميل الدليل التدريبي

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                                        Courses Outline

 

 341 PDS

·                     Development and morphology of the primary dentition.

·                     Dental caries in the child and adolescent

·                     Restorative Dentistry

I           :           Posterior Restorations

II          :           Anterior Restorations

III         :           Stainless Steel Crowns

·                     Pulp therapy for the primary dentition.

·                     Local anesthesia and the use of the rubber dam.

·                     Prevention of dental diseases.

·                     Dental materials in pediatric dentistry.

·                     Space maintenance in the primary dentition.

·                     Oral habits.

·                     Examination of the child patient.

 

441 PDS

  1. Assessment of the child which includes the medical and dental history, type of behavior,occlusion, oral habits, soft tissue, carious lesions, radiographic interpretation.
  2. Practice of patient motivation, plaque control, topical fluoride therapy, fissure sealant.
  3. Practice of operative dentistry for children, which include local anesthesia, rubber dam placement, amalgam and resin restorations, stainless crown, pulpal procedures for primary and young permanent teeth, extraction of primary teeth.  Space management appliances and employment of behavior management aids.

442 PDS

1.         Guidance of the child behavior (Psychological).

2.         Guidance of the child behavior (Pharmacological).

3.         Pulp Therapy

4.         Stainless Steel Crown Restorations.

5.         Treatment strategies of caries in children.

6.         Space management

7.         Management of patients with:

a.                   Traumatized primary teeth and immature permanent anterior teeth.

b.                  Oral and skin manifestations of infectious diseases.

c.                   Periodontal diseases.

d.                  Systemic diseases.

e.                   Disabled conditions.

 

 
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