The main aim of the course is to train students in current concepts of dental restoration. To this end, the following specific objectives have been established:
- Know in depth the anatomy and physiology of the dental organ.
- Distinguish the different pathologies that affect the dental organ, establishing its etiopathogenesis.
- Know the properties of the different materials used in dental restoration.
- Know in depth the bases of dental adhesion to different tissues and materials
- Know the bases of aesthetic diagnosis
- Learn how to handle the techniques of making restorations in the laboratory
- Learn to use the latest CAD-CAM techniques in prosthesis and dental restoration
- Know and use the different clinical techniques of direct and indirect dental surgery
- Establish criteria for selecting cases and planning dental restoration treatments.
- Know the properties of the different materials used in prostheses on implants.
- Establish criteria for selecting cases and planning prosthetic treatments on implants.
- Learn how to use training and information systems on dental restoration.
- Know the basics of tooth whitening and learn to use clinical and ambulatory techniques
- Relate dental restoration with dental orthodontics for the integrated treatment of the patient.
- Relate dental restoration with periodontics for the integrated treatment of the patient.
- Distinguish the different pathologies that affect the temporo-mandibular joint, establishing its etiopathogenesis.
- Enter the research in dental restoration.
Degree holders in:
- Medicine (with a specialisation in Stomatology)