This unit introduces the concepts associated with Professional Practice, Clinical Management and Population Oral Health. It also addresses the morphology, development, eruption and exfoliation of teeth to provide a framework for understanding the structure of primary and permanent teeth. The student will also be introduced to the discipline of Cariology and the prevention and management of the disease of dental caries. Students will be introduced to ethics and law. The treatment and restoration of advanced carious lesions will be introduced in Tooth Conservation and Endodontics, where the early development of technical skills in the simulation clinic will be supported by didactic teaching sessions. Students may be required to attend classes at multiple locations.
|Academic unit||Discipline of Restorative and Reconstructive Dentistry|
|SDDM5111 and SDDM5113 and SDDM5114|
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