Stage 1

Students will be trained in the knowledge of normal and abnormal structures, histologic functions, and issues directly related to clinical practice.

 

In this program, students are practiced clinically at an early age through simple case studies, communication skills development, behavioral attitudes, and hands-on experiences by visiting the centers of care. Health care, hospitals and other community facilities locally and internationally.

 

 

learn

 

 

    • • Anatomy - Tissue
    • • Tooth and Tooth Surgery
    • • Microbiology and Immunology
    • • Physiology in humans
    • • Pathology
    • • Dental surgery
    • • Oral biochemistry
    • • Dental materials science
    • • Basic bite joint
    • • Communication skills
    • • Learning skills
    • • Oral health
    • • Full jaw restoration
    • • Partial disassembly
    • • Fixed restoration
    • • Immediate restoration
    • • Periodontal disease and how to prevent periodontal disease
    • • Partial removable restroom
    • • Teeth for children
    • • Infection control
    • • Dental materials
    • • Treatment planning
    • • Medical literature
    • • Dental implants
    • • Pain management
    • • Interdisciplinary practice in dentistry
    • • Homeostasis
    • • Internal medical diagnosis
    • • Orthodontic
    • • Oral surgery
    • • Teeth for children
    • • Periodontics
    • • Dental restorations
    • • Dental restoration
    • • Research Labo practice

 

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