Study programme and subjects 2019-2020
|Subjects in course||Type||Term||ECTS|
|Laboratory and Theoretical Sessions||OB||Anual||4,00|
|Treball de Fi de Postgrau||OB||Anual||1,00|
- ECTS: European Credit Transfer System
- Term: calendar term
- Removable prosthesis.
- Full prosthesis.
- Removable prosthesis.
- Impressions: conventional and digital. Material: metal-ceramic, resin, ceramic. Provisionalisation.
- Restoration of endodontic teeth.
- Adhesive restoration.
- Veneers, onlays, overlays, etc.
- Prosthesis on top of implants.
- Oral Surgery and Implantology
- Introduction to oral and maxillofacial surgical pathology.
- Oral surgery medical records.
- Pre-operative studies.
- Local anaesthesia, sedation and general anaesthesia.
- Disinfection and sterilisation.
- Surgical field preparation.
- Instruments and materials for oral surgery.
- Post-operative care and medication.
- Basic surgical techniques. Incisions and flaps.
- Third molar eruption pathology.
- Canine eruption pathology.
- Complex dental extractions.
- Focal infection.
- Systemic infection. Local infection.
- Laser Application in oral surgery.
- Introduction to and principles of dental implants.
- ATM pathology and treatment.
- Basic principles of Endodontics. Current situation and general objectives.
- Endodontic diagnosis.
- Pulpo-periapical Disease I.
- Pulpo-periapical Disease II.
- Success and Failure in Endodontics.
- Treatment plan. Difficulties in clinical cases.
- Anaesthesia in Endodontics.
- Anatomy of the upper maxillary.
- Anatomy of the upper maxillary.
- Upper maxillary chamber aperture.
- Lower maxillary chamber aperture.
- Instrumentation of the duct system.
- Irrigation of the duct system.
- Obturation and basic principles of of the obturation of the duct system.
- Endodontic failures: pathobiology of post-treatment apical periodontitis.
- Non-surgical re-treatment.
- Dental pain emergencies.
- Dental trauma.
- Computerised tomography of the dental cone beam in Endodontics.
- Paediatric dentistry
- Paediatric Dentistry.
- Monitoring ducts in paediatric dentistry patients.
- Techniques for managing ducts.
- Paediatric Dentistry Treatment.
- Oral Protectors.
- Pulp treatments in DT.
- Open apex pulp therapy.
- Closed apex pulp therapy.
- Dental Aesthetics
- Aesthetic analysis of the smile.
- Records for aesthetic planning: photography, models, diagnostic wax-ups, aesthetic tests.
- Dental colour: colour selection and communication with the laboratory.
- Dental whitening: indications, clinical technique, prognosis and maintenance.
- Adhesion in dental aesthetics.
- Direct aesthetic composites from previous classes.
- Posterior incrustations.
- Planning of anterior sector: endodontics, pontics or implants.
- Provisionalisation in aesthetic implants.
- Nitrous Oxide Sedation
- Concept of Sedation and Conscious Sedation.
- Theoretical aspects of basic CPR and Semi-automatic Defibrillators.
- Clinical application of conscious sedation: indications, contraindications.
- Management of special patents
- Oral medicine and taking biopsies
- Bibliographical revision of current articles on Implantology and Restoration
- Pre-operatory medical evaluation of the patient.
- White Lesions. Red Lesions. Bullous Pemphigoid. Oral Cancer and taking biopsies.
- Taxonomy of oral bacteria. Microbiology study methods. Concept of microbian biofilm.
- Mechanisms of pathogenicity. Virulence factors. Current concepts in periodontal microbiology.
- Basic concepts of Periodontics.
- Evaluation, Treatment Plan, Non-Surgical Plan.
- Surgical Phase.
- Renegerative Periodontal Surgery /techniques and material.
- Caries and Prevention
Attendance and participation in clinical case sessions for the following specialisations:
- Restoration and Prosthesis.
- Surgery and Implantology.
- Paediatric Dentistry
- Interdisciplinary sessions to discuss clinical cases and treatment planning, in the various areas specified above, also including the area of orthodontics.
Undertaking Seminars and hands-on practical sessions in the following fields:
- Oral Photography.
- Digital smile design.
- Drilling into Cavities. Conservative Dentistry.
- Direct Adhesive Restorations Using Stratification Techniques.
- Adhesive Restorations via CAD-CAM digitalisation.
- Aesthetic Crowns and Bridges.
- Making Digital Impressions.
- Prostheses on Implants.
- Crown Lengthening.
- Provisionalisation for teeth and implants.
Clinical practicuums with patients
Undertaking Advanced Integrated Dentistry Treatments with patients in the University Dental Clinic (CUO) Facilities:
- Monoradicular and multiradicular endodontics.
- Stratification of the aesthetic composites of anterior teeth.
- Prosthesis on implants.
- Reconstruction of the endodontic tooth.
- Periodontic treatments.
- Oral Surgery: Simple and complex exodontics.
Material which students must provide:
- An instrument box that can be sterilised, containing the necessary instruments according to the protocol in the pre-degree area (this box is normally given out to students after they pay a deposit, which will be returned to them once they have returned the material at the end of the academic year), this service is managed by the CUO.
- 4 phosphor plates for intraoral x-rays
- A semi-adjustable articulator (ARTEX or SAM is recommended)
- Turbine, adaptor, micro-motor, contra-angle and hand piece.
- Facial protection glasses or screen.
- Digital camera for dental photography with a ring flash, mirrors and a separator.
- A magnifying glass, minimum size 2,5X.
- A laptop.
- An internet connection for online sessions.
- Continuing evaluation will be used to observe the evolution of the student in their clinical practice.
- One of the essential conditions to pass the course is to comply with the pre-existing protocols and documentation in the CUO.
- The professor in charge will have the authority to limit the type of treatment that a student can provide if they have not demonstrated sufficient skill, and will make a commitment to ensuring that the student is trained further in pre-clinical practice until they achieve the required skills.
- Attendance is compulsory, and a lack of punctuality will lead to a negative evaluation.
- Students must apply for permission to be absent or justify non-attendance as far in advance as possible.
- Dr. Joan Basilio
- Dr. Mitchel Chávez