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Department of Conservative Dentistry

Faculty departments:

1-Conservative Dentistry علاج الاسنان التحفظي     

A.    ENDODONTICS (END 413, 424, 515, 526)                                   علاج الجذور

           The general purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the various procedures and concepts used in clinical endodontics; this course examines specific treatment modalities and principles of endodontic therapy which will be incorporated into the students’ clinical experience.

            In the fifth year .lectures are presented with stress to diagnosis and the integration of the biological aspects of endodontics into the clinical setting. Cases are treated clinically with the student demonstrating an acceptable level of mastery by the completion of the fifth year.

            This course comprises one hour lecture and two hours of clinical sessions weekly.

 

 

 

B.     Fixed prosthodontics(FPD 311,322,413,424,515,526)        التركيبات الثابته

Concepts and skills used in replacing teeth are introduced to the students. Simple clinical treatment after proper diagnosis is presented with staff guidance to facilitate application of fundamentals of fixed prosthodontics. Single units are required from the students and performed under staff guidance in the clinics. Single units are required from the students and performed under staff guidance in the clinics.

Mouth preparations are done to prepare the teeth as sound foundations for fixed restorations. This course is an integration of different preparation

The course comprises one-hour lecture and two-hours of clinical sessions weekly for the fourth year students. The course comprises  one-hour lecture and two-two hours of clinical sessions weekly for the fifth year students.

 

C.    Operative (COD 311,322,413,424,515,526)             الجراحة التحفظية للأسنان.

      This is a preclinical course to introduce the science of operative dentistry to the student as well as to familiarize him with the basic definitions, nomenclature, instruments used and principles of cavity preparation and cutting in tooth tissues. The course comprises one –hour lecture and two two-hour practical sessions. 

 The second semester deals with the properties; characteristics and handling of amalgam and cast gold restorative materials. as well as it  emphasizes on the composition and properties of composite resins with special reference to their indications and handling. The practical sessions include cavity preparation (classes 1 and 2) for amalgam and cast gold restoration on molars and premolars. Practical sessions cover amalgam manipulation and restoration of cavities for cast restorations and class 3 and class 5 for composite restorations

            The course comprises one-hour lecture and two two-hour practical sessions weekly.

The course deals with the clinical applications of the preclinical course together with related relevant topics to introduce the student to clinical practice, proper patient handling, positioning, history taking, examination and diagnosis, diseases and conditions that he may have to handle and control in patient’s mouth, cavity preparation and restoration, temporization of cavities, effect of cutting on the health of the tooth and other basic topics with direct impact on the clinical practice.

         The course deals also with all topics pertaining at improving the student’s knowledge, clinical skills and capabilities, introducing him to all topics related to operative dentistry practice, together with tackling newer and state of the art information and techniques.

          The student is taught how to take history, examine a patient, diagnose caries and perform occlusal and occluso-proximal cavities for amalgam and restoring them. In the clinical sessions the student performs requirements of cavity preparation and restoration, including amalgams and composites

The course comprises one-hour lecture and two-hours of clinical sessions weekly for the fourth year students. The course comprises one-hour lecture and two-two hours of clinical sessions weekly for the fifth year students

 

D.    Biomaterials:                                      خواص المواد

This is a lecture and practical course dealing with the physical properties of dental material and test methods employed in their development and evaluation. Emphasis is placed on the clinical significance of the properties and evaluation of test procedures.

            The course consists of two-hour lecture and two hours of practical sessions weekly. The practical course includes seminars on topics

 

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الاسم

الدرجة العلمية

1

أ.د/ يسرا محمد نشأت محمد

أستاذ و رئيس قسم العلاج التحفظي

2

د/ مصطفى شاكر الأعصر طلخان

مدرس

3

د/ رشا سامح محفوظ ابراهيم

مدرس

4

د/ محمد أمية أحمد صلاح الدين

مدرس

5

أميرة لطفى محفوظ السيد الزرقانى

مدرس مساعد 

6

الاء محمد إبراهيم محمد محمد القواص

معيد

7

مينا جمال عبد الملك ميخائيل

معيد

8

سارة شكري إبراهيم

معيد

9

ميادة خالد السعيد

معيد

10

مي أحمد خليل

معيد

11

كريمان محمد محمد أمين

معيد

12

يارا عادل محمد طه

معيد

13

اسراء سراج محمد عبد الحميد

معيد