Faculty Regulation

Internal Regulations
Oral and dental medicine

Targeted learning outcomes:

Cognition and knowledge:

It is expected that graduates of the College of Dentistry will have the ability to:

1 - To identify different concepts, principles and standards related to basic sciences.

2 Determining the characteristics, applications and effective selection of dental materials.

3 Discussion The basis of bio-medical medicine for the growth of human and dental teeth and their plates, which are the basis for understanding the dentist and mouth as an integral part of public health.

4. Identifying the pathological, epidemiological, microbiological, immunological and genetic aspects of oral diseases and related general diseases.

5 Know the anatomical description and functions of the head and neck and cavity of the mouth and teeth as well as their relationship to the disease.

6 - Identifying the design and methods of laboratories used in the production of dental devices.

7 Description of the scientific principles of sterilization, disinfection and sterilization of dental clinics and laboratories to prevent infection leakage to provide adequate environmental safety.

8 - Understanding the concepts and methods of prevention, diagnosis and management of the dentistry.

9 Identify emergencies related to the provision of dental services to patients at the individual level and the needs of the community.

11 - Recognition of human rights and its sources and legislative methods for the protection and knowledge of medical and legal principles

Related to dental practices.

Learn about the principles of evidence-based dentistry and its relation to scientific research.

12 Defining basic principles of practice, quality management and regulatory arrangements for providing oral health care in the community.

13 Identifying the social and psychological background of effective management of patients, especially children with special needs.

14 Defining the principles of oral health promotion and apply different types of preventive measures at the individual and community level.

15 Identifying types and methods of prevention and treatment of potential complications related to local and general anesthesia as well as how to use anesthesia for children.

Mental Skills:

It is expected that dentists will have the ability to:

1. Assessment of the risk of tooth decay and periodontal disease.

2. Link the results obtained from Tarif Al - Marri and the therapeutic and radiological examination in the development of the final diagnosis and appropriate intervention.

3. Integrating the principles of biomedical and dental science with symptoms and signs of physical illness.

4. Distinguish between normal and abnormal cells and tissues of the body, especially in the oral cavity.

5. prioritize treatment plan related to the needs and requirements of patients as well as the selection of appropriate dental materials and equipment.

6. Extrapolation of diagnostic data, including radiation, efficiently to the differential diagnosis of abnormal manifestations.

7. Determine the pharmacological principles necessary to describe the appropriate treatment method in dealing with patients.

8. Modification of treatment plan for patients with special needs, including patients with medical risks.

9. Distinguish the psychological aspects of patients from anxiety and fear especially children in order to apply appropriate behavioral techniques to deal with
Determining principles of evidence-based dentistry and their relation to scientific research.

11. The possibility of identifying the appropriate materials and techniques to achieve local anesthesia for different dental procedures.

12. Identify effective and appropriate measures to control infection and prevent the transmission of infectious diseases.

- Practical and professional skills:

It is expected that graduates of Faculty of Dentistry will have the ability to:

1. Proper use of the microscope to observe biological phenomena at the microscopic and microscopic levels.

2. Performing laboratory procedures related to chemistry, physics and dental materials using appropriate equipment.

3. Detection of the anatomical structures of the human body through signs on the surface of the body with respect to blood vessels and nerves.

Head, neck and structures.

4. Opening the esophagus in the clinic and record basic information and consult with health care professionals when needed.

5. Applying infection control principles in the dental clinic according to regulatory standards and requirements.

6. Conduct thorough and comprehensive procedures for oral and dental examination, demographic and medical registration and appropriate research
required to detect abnormal and abnormal conditions as well as the causal factors or risks that may contribute to complications of the condition.

7. Conduct additional research into the mouth, inside the head and neck, and through hard and soft tissue in the mouth to diagnose both oral and congenital malformations.

8. Follow the necessary procedures in the local anesthesia in the oral cavity and treatment of complications caused by high efficiency.

9. Practice carving teeth to illustrate the formal aspects of human teeth.

10. Applying the proper method of using the microscope light to detect the natural and pathological features of the body's tissues.

11. Special teeth Treatment of patients who have lost their teeth completely or partially using various fixed and mobile prostheses

For different age groups.

 12. And root extraction using appropriate forceps

13. Treatment of uncomplicated dental extraction

Perform various oral hygiene procedures and improve oral health.

14. Emergency medical and basic emergency management at the dental clinic.

15. Treatment of different levels of anxiety in different age groups to control behavior.

16. Properly describes pharmacological therapeutic drugs taking into account medicines and their nature.

17. Apply the principle of infection control in the maintenance of customer care facilities and thus ensure the safety of employees and the environment.

18. Efficiency in the management of local anesthesia in the oral cavity of dental procedures and treatment of complications.