This unit of study commences with Radiology, where the students are given the opportunity to take and report on radiographs within the simulated learning environment; and to develop diagnostic skills in the interpretation of normal anatomical structures. The student is also given an introductory framework to the diagnosis and rehabilitation of patients with tooth loss and diseases of the supporting tissues, namely periodontal diseases. Introductory laboratory and didactic sessions will provide student knowledge on the range of rehabilitation options available to replace missing teeth, including partial and complete dentures. Students may be required to attend classes at multiple locations.
|Academic unit||Discipline of Oral Surgery, Medicine and Diagnostics|
|SDDM5111 and SDDM5112 and SDDM5114|
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