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After this course candidates will be able to refresh the Anatomy and then apply it on their patients
Emergency life saving course
Dental Caries is the most prevalent chronic disease worldwide, affecting almost 90% of the population in industrialised countries. The earlier it is diagnosed, its progression can be stopped and the tooth can be treated in a non-invasive manner.
With an increased inclination towards prevention rather than treatment in Dentistry over the past few years, new technological advancements have occurred in diagnosing and treating hidden caries.
This short course is especially designed for the busy General Dentists and Endodontists; it will familiarise the dentists with the latest diagnostic tools for the detection of hidden caries and with methods of treating the tooth in a minimally invasive manner.
The course is divided broadly in 3 parts:
1) Traditional Diagnostic tools- discusses the limitations of Visual, Explorer, Radiograph and Dye detection told
2) Modern Diagnostic tools: discusses the advantages of LED Spectroscopy, Fibre Optic Transillumination and Laser Fluorescence.
3) Assessment, Removal and Treatment of Carious Lesion: discusses different burs and materials for caries management in a minimally invasive method.
At the end of each part, the student will be required to take a short MCQs test. Only if they pass the test, the next part shall be made visible to them.
This course is primarily designed for final year students rotated in OBG. Students usually do not have enough working knowledge of the dynamic physiology of pregnancy or the effect this has on interpretation of examination findings and laboratory investigations. This may lead to a delay in the timely and appropriate management of the acutely unwell pregnant woman. These sessions are designed to build up learner’s knowledge and complement their exposure to unwell pregnant women.
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