Prosthodontic skills preclinical course
Objectives and Content
Biomaterials and the principles and techniques used in connection with the use of indirect fixed and removable indirect restorations to restore function or to prevent (further) damage are taught.
KnowledgeStudents will be able to explain
- the subject¿s system of concepts
- the indications and principles of treatment and the production of indirect fixed restorations
- the indications and principles of preparation and production of indirect removable restorations
SkillsStudents will be able to perform all basic treatment using
- indirect fixed restorations
- indirect removable restorations
General competenceStudents should be able demonstrate the appropriate attitude to their performance, technical quality and precision of prosthetic work.
Teaching Methods and Extent of Organized Teaching
Instruction is provided in the form of themed blocks with the practical work elaborated bylectures, video seminars, demonstrations, seminars and visits to dental laboratory. The main activity during the course is individual, practical laboratory work (work on phantom heads and dental technical procedures).
Forms of Assessment
The practical performance is continuously assessed, individually and collectively for each block. For each block there are anonymous practical and theoretical tests. Students are assessed and this is summarized atteachers¿ meetings for each block.The final written test and the theoretical and practical parts of the course must be approved by the teachers before the students can begin treating patients in the Prosthetic clinic.
Written evaluation on My Space/Mi side.
Department of clinical dentistry