Advanced Dental Technology Studies

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Course Code: 
DLT 3213
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 3
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Course Discipline: 
Course Description & Objectives: 

By the end of this course  the student will understand a variety of advanced techniques utilised by the modern dental team and will have understood current research topics. Clinical and technical methods will  be covered. 

Learning Outcomes: 

Evaluate the principles and techniques associated with the design and construction of  implants, both intra- and extra-oral.

  • Apply a knowledge of the use of CAD/CAM and its potential as an aid to treatment in the fields of dentistry and maxillo-facial restorations.synthesise the potential disturbance of patients with acquired and congenital defects.
  • Evaluate methods involved in the treatment and construction of appliances for maxillo-facial patients.
  • Apply techniques which are used to construct prostheses with alternative retention techniques.
  • Acquire  the ability to analyse techniques used in one discipline, apply them to another and be able to form positive connections between the them (e.g. attachments, orthodontics and oral surgery, conservation and prosthetics)
  • Discuss the methodology associated with modern design concepts. (e.g. Rotational Path of Insertion and RPI, tooth mobility and its possible avoidance, alveolar and occlusal tooth loading.
Advanced Dental Technology Studies
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