Master of Dental Surgery (Prosthodontics, Aesthetic dentistry, Oral implantology)Sibar Institute of Dental Sciences
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The Sibar Institute of Dental Sciences offers Master of Dental Surgery (Prosthodontics, Aesthetic dentistry, Oral implantology) to its students. The course structure for it is as follows:
* A through knowledge on the applied aspects of Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology and Microbiology. Biomaterial Sciences and Research Methodology as related to prosthodontics.
* It is desirable to have adequate knowledge in Bio-statistics and Research Methodology. Nutrition and use of computers and to develop necessary teaching skills in prosthodontics.
Prosthodontics : Removable and fixed prosthodontics, Maxillo facial Prosthetics, Implants, Temporo-Mandibular disorders and Prosthodontics management.
* Complete Dentures
Basic Anatomy and Physiology: Biomechanics of the edentulous stat, Residual ridge resorption. Communicating with the patient: Understanding the patients instructing the patient.
Diagnosis and treatment planning for patients:
1. With some teeth remaining
2. With no teeth remaining: Mental attitude, Systemic status. Local factor, the geriatric patient, and Diagnostic procedures, Articulators – discussion in detail, including historical perspective. Improving the patient’s denture foundation and ridge relation.
o Pre-operative examination
o Initial hard tissue & soft tissue procedure
o Secondary hard & soft tissue procedure
o Implant procedure
o Congenital deformities
o Postoperative procedure.
* Rehabilitation of the edentulous patient
o Muscles of facial expression
o Biologic considerations for maxillary and mandibular impression including anatomy landmark and their interpretation.
o Impression objectives
o Impression materials
o Impression techniques
o Maxillary and mandibular impression procedures
o Laboratory procedures involved with impression making.
2. Biological consideration in jaw relation & jaw movements – craniomandibular relations.
o Mandibular movements
o Maxillo-mandibular relation including vertical and horizontal jay relations.
o Concept of occlusion
3. Record bases and occlusion rims.
o Materials & techniques
o Useful guidelines and ideal parameters
o Recording and transferring bases and occlusal rims
4. Relating the patient to the articulator.
o Hinge axis location techniques
o Terminal hinge axis and arbitrary hinge axis
o Face bow detailed discussion – types & uses
o Face bow transfer procedure
5. Recording maxillo – mandibular relation.
o Vertical relations
o Centric relation records
o Eccentric relation records
o Lateral relation records
6. Tooth selection and arrangement.
1. Anterior teeth
2. Posterior teeth
3. Esthetic and functional harmony
7. Relating inclination of teeth to concept of occlusion.
1. Neutrocentric concept’
2. Balanced occlusal concept
8. Trial dentures.
9. Laboratory procedures.
1. Wax contouring
2. Investing ofdentures
3. Preparing of mold
4. Preparing & packing acrylic resin
5. Processing of dentures
6. Recovery of dentures
7. Lab remount procedures
8. Recovering the complete denture from the cast.
9. Finishing and polishing the complete denture
10. Plaster cast for clinical denture remount procedure
10. Denture insertion
1. Insertion procedures
2. Clinical errors
3. Correcting occlusal disharmony
4. Selective grinding procedure
Treating problems with associated denture use – detailed discussion
Treating abused tissues
Relining and re-basing of dentures
Repair of dentures
Immediate complete dentures construction procedure
The single complete denture
Tooth supported complete denture
Dental implants in complete denture
REMOVABLE PARTICAL DENTURES:
* Introduction: Terminologies and classification
* Components of a removable partial denture: Major connectors, Minor connectors, Rest and rest seats.
* Components of a removable partial Denture : Direct retainers, indirect retainers, and tooth replacement
* Principles of Removable Partial Design
* Examination and evaluation of diagnostic data
* Survey and design – in detail: Surveyor, Surveying, and Survey lines, Tripodin. Designing
* I-Bar removable partial denture
* Mouth preparation and master cast
* Impression materials and procedures for removable partial dentures: Special reference to distal extension bases.
* Preliminary jaw relation and esthetic try-in for some anterior replacement teeth.
* Laboratory procedures for framework construction
* Fitting the framework
* Special impression procedures for tooth-tissue supported removable partial denture
* Established occlusal relationships
* Try-in and completion of the partial denture
* Delivering the removable partial denture
* Post insertion observations
* Temporary and immediate removable partial denture
* Complete denture opposing removable partial dentures
* Other forms of the removable partial dentures
* Relining, rebasing, and repairing the removable partial dentures.
* Attachments for removable partial denture
* Removable partial denture in maxillofacial prosthetics
* Removable partial denture for the older adult.
* Fundamentals of occlusion
* Inter occlusal records
* Articulation of casts
* Treatment planning for single too the restorations
* Treatment planning for the replacement of missing teeth
* Fixed partial denture configurations
* Principals of tooth preparations
* Preparations for full veneer crowns.
* Preparations for partial veneer crowns
* Preparations of intracoronal restorations
* Preparations for extensively damaged teeth
* Preparations for periodontally weakened teeth
* Provisional restorations
* Fluid control and soft tissue management
* Working casts and dies
* Wax patterns
* The functionally generated path technique
* Investing and casting
* Finishing and cementation
* Esthetic considerations
* All- ceramic restorations
* Metal-ceramic restorations
* pontics and edentulous ridges
* Solder joints and other connectors
* resing – Bonded fixed partials denture