Postgraduate Course: Occlusal Management of the restored natural dentition (DENT11091)
||School of Clinical Sciences and Community Health
||College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine
||Available to all students
|Credit level (Normal year taken)
||SCQF Level 11 (Postgraduate)
|Home subject area
||Other subject area
||Taught in Gaelic?
||This module aims to help students:
To understand the relevance of the occlusion in the dentate patient to the outcome of restorative procedures.
To understand the principles underpinning the restoration of the root treated tooth.
|| Students MUST also take:
Clinical Practice (DENT11040)
|| As per fee strategy £1800 per module.
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Course Delivery Information
|Delivery period: 2010/11 Flexible, Available to all students (SV1)
||WebCT enabled: No
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||First class information not currently available|
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Summary of Intended Learning Outcomes
|Participants should be able:
To understand the importance and principles of occlusal analysis and to be able to apply them
To be able to select appropriate occlusal instrumentation to facilitate patient care
To know the principles and purpose of diagnostic waxing
To be able to construct and fit a well-fitting occlusal splint
To be able to select appropriate techniques and materials for making inter-occlusal records
To be able to make appropriate adjustments of restorations to promote occlusal stability
To assess the root treated tooth and select an appropriate restorative technique
|To provide records of:
Four patients for whom mounted study casts were made and mounted in an articulator using a facebow and a retruded axis position record and a brief critical reflection on the care delivered for each patient. (200 words for each)(50%)
Two patients for whom a post-retained crown(s) was provided and a brief critical reflectinon the care delivered for each patient (200 words for each)
|Specific support will be arranged for students with specific disabilities as already arranged for other master degrees at the Edinburgh Postgraduate Dental Institute.
||Dental Primary Care, Modular Study, Occlusion
||Prof Richard Ibbetson
Tel: (0131) 536 4975
||Mrs Jacqueline Mcgurk
Tel: 0131 536 4970
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