Topics of exercises and seminars

Topics of exercises and seminars are listed below:

 

3rd year

 

 

Lectures

Teaching methods  e-learning

Multimediumistic presentation

No.

Topic

1.

Facial bones anatomy.

2.

Emergency cases.

3.

Periprocedural management with patients on chronic anticoagulant therapy.

4.

Odontogenic inflammatory process of soft tissues of oral cavity, face and neck.                                   

5.

Non-odontogenic inflammatory process. Tetanus.                                                                         

 

Seminars

Teaching methods

discussion, problem solving, exposition

No.

Topic

1.

Revision of anathomy and topography: osteology, nerves, vessels,  lymphatic system of head and neck.
Organisation scheme of oral surgery out-patients clinic.
Aseptic and antiseptic rules in Outpatient Clinic of Oral Surgery.

2.

Local anesthetics used in oral surgery.
Indications and counterindications for local anesthesia.
Management with patients allergic to local anesthetics.
Resuscitation kit.

3.

Local and general complications related to local anesthesia and tooth extraction.

4.

Topography of interfascial space of face and neck.
Odontogenic infections of soft tissues.

5.

Non-odontogenic infections of soft tissues. 

6.

Repetition and credit of exercises, seminars and lectures.

 

 

Practical classes

Teaching methods

Discussion, problem solving

No.

Topic

1.

Revision of the anatomy of the facial skeleton – osteology, nerves and blood vessels, topography of the facial area, lymphatic system of head and neck.

2.

Surgical instruments used in oral surgery.

3.

Medical examination and history taking in out-patient practice.
Patient’s preparation for tooth extraction.

4.

Local analgesia used for the extraction of teeth – drugs, indications and contraindications. 

Resuscitation kit. 

5.

Local analgesia used for the extraction of teeth-technique. Hands-on phantom training.

6.

Local analgesia complications-local and general, treatment

7.

Medical examination and history taking in out-patient practice.
Practical classes in simulation environment.

8.

Principles and technique of teeth extractions.
Patient positioning, socket protection, tooth movement, forceps application.
Hands-on phantom training.

9.

Teeth extractions in adult.
Practical classes in simulation environment.

10.

Teeth extractions in medically impaired patients.
Practical classes in simulation environment.

11.

Methods of surgical management of the post-extraction wound.

12.

Proper medical documentation fulfilling- practical classes in simulation environment.

 

 

4th year

 

Lectures

Teaching methods e-learning

multimediumistic presentation

No.

Topic

1.

Impacted teeth, additional and supernumerary teeth.

2.

Maxillary and soft tissues cysts                                   

3.

Oro-antral connections  and fistulas                                                                     

4.

Odontogenic maxillary sinus diseases.

5.

Salivary gland disorders. Sialolithiasis.                 

6.

Surgical procedures in mouth to meet the requirements of orthodontic treatment.

7.

Preprosthetic surgery.

 

Seminars

Teaching methods

discussion, problem solving, exposition,

No.

Topic

1.

Maxillary cysts:definitions, division, etiopathogenesis, symptoms,treatment, diagnostics.
Soft tissue cysts: ethiology, symptoms,diagnostics.

2.

Oro-antral connections symptoms, diagnostics,principles of management.
Odontogenic maxillary sinusitis:causes, symptoms,diagnostics, methods of treatment.

3.

Anatomy and physiology of cranial nerves.                                                                                       
Trigeminal nerve diseases.

4.

Impacted, supernumerary and additional teeth

5.

Inflammatory conditions of salivary glands, salivary calculosis:  etiology, symptoms, diagnostics, treatment.
Salivary gland degenerative conditions, disorders of salivation.

6.

Surgical procedures in mouth to meet the requirements of orthodontic treatment.

7.

Preprosthetic oral surgery.

8.

Cryosurgery, new methods of diagnosis and therapy in oral surgery.
Laser and magnetic field stimulation in oral surgery. Credit.

9.

Repetition and credit of exercises, seminars and lectures

 

Practical classes

Teaching methods

discussion, problem solving

No.

Topic

1.

Impacted teeth, additional and supernumerary teeth: etiopathogenesis, diagnostic.

2.

Maxillary cysts: definitions, classification, etiopathogenesis.

3.

Maxillary cysts: symptoms, treatment, diagnostics.

4.

Soft tissue cysts: symptoms, treatment, diagnostics.

5.

Oro – antral connections:: causes, symptoms, management.

6.

Oro – antral fistulas: causes, symptoms, management.

7.

Odontogenic maxillary sinusitis:causes, symptoms, diagnostics, treatment.

8.

Maxillary osteisitis: etiopathogenesis, symptoms

9.

Maxillary osteisitis:  diagnosis,treatment.

10.

Surgical procedures in mouth to meet the requirements of orthodontic treatment.

11.

Preprosthetic oral surgery.

12.

Maxillary bone radionecrosis: etiology, symptoms, treatment.

13.

Histicitosis X: etiology, symptoms, treatment.

14.

Fibrous dysplasia of bones: etiology, symptoms, treatment.

 

 

5th year

 

 

Lectures

Teaching methods e-learning

multimediumistic presentation

No.

Topic

1.

Implant treatment planning – diagnostics, qualification, basics of implantology.
Modern radiologic techniques.

2.

Guided Bone Regeneration. Biomaterials, membranes

3.

Apicoectomy, Radectomy, Autotransplantation, hemisection – indications, counterindications, operation technique and preparation.

4.

Cranial nerves diseases. Facial pain. Trigeminal neuralgia. Facial nerve paralysis.                                                                                                     

5.

Alveolar process augmentation – bone grafts, bone splitting, “sandwich technique”.

  Alveolar process augmentation -  distraction osteogenesis,  sinus lift

 

Seminars

Teaching methods

discussion, problem solving, exposition

No.

Topic,

1.

Resections of tooth root apices, hemisection, radectomy, removing tooth roots                                 

Surgical removing and exposing impacted teeth

Surgical treatment of maxillary and soft tissue cysts: techniques

Surgical procedures in mouth to meet the requirements of orthodontic treatment

Autotransplantation and replantation of teeth

Preprosthetic oral surgery

Correction of  soft and hard tissues

2.

Restorative operations on oro-sinusal connections and fistulas: operative methods          
Surgical methods of treatment of  odontogenic maxillary sinus diseases: operative methods

3.

Odontogenic tumors                                                         

Benign tumors in mouth                                                 

Oral preneoplastic conditions                                                        

Principles of oral cancer prevention. Collecting tissue material for histopathological and cytological examinations.

Surgical treatment of   benign tumors and oral preneoplastic conditions.

4.

Biomaterials, transplants and implants in oral surgery. Guided bone regeneration.
Augmentation procedures within alveolar ridges: distraction osteogenesis, alveolar ridge cleaving,maxillary sinus lift.
Dental implants- introduction to implantology (assessment of bone, qualification of patients to the surgery).            

5.

Principles of oral cancer prevention. Technique of collecting tissue material for histopathological examination. Surgical treatment of benign tumors and oral preneoplastic conditions.

6.

Preparing systemic disease patients for surgical procedures in mouth. Emergency cases in dentist's surgery: management.

 

 

Practical classes

Teaching methods

discussion, problem solving

No.

Topic

1.

Trigeminal nerve diseases:diagnostics, treatment methods.Facial pains: diagnostics, treatment methods.

2.

First aid in facial injuries. Management of tooth fractures and alveolar ridge fractures

3.

Principles of oral cancer prevention. Technique of collecting tissue material for histopathological examination. Surgical treatment of   benign tumors and oral preneoplastic conditions.

4.

Qualifying the patient for implantological treatment,  radiological diagnostics, principles of implantology

5.

Guided bone regeneration (GBR), biomaterials, Augmentation procedure planning.                                           

6.

Maxillary sinus lift (open and closed technique)

7.

Maxillary sinus lift, alveolar ridges splitting, autogenous bone transplants, osteodistraction

8.

Preparing systemic disease patients for surgical procedures in oral cavity. Emergency cases in dentist's surgery: management

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