{slider Medical Sciences}i. General Anatomy:
This module is divided into four parts: 1) Osteology of the skull and the human body. 2) detailed anatomy of the head and neck and organs of the thorax and abdomen. 3) Angiology, the heart and the main arterial, venous and lymphatic vessels, and the circulatory pattern of the body are presented. Emphasis will be on the vasculature of the head and neck with clinical correlation. The major blood supply of the thorax and abdomen will be discussed. 4) Neurology, anatomy of the central, peripheral and autonomic nervous systems will be discussed. Emphasis will be on cranial nerves and the autonomic enervation of the head and neck structures. Clinical correlation will be stressed.
 
 
{slider  Pedodontics} The course prepares the student to provide comprehensive dental care to his paediatric patients in order to produce a more ideal oral structure. It also provides the dental student with experience in proper management, behavior modification and the ability to establish a positive attitude towards dental treatment in his young patients. More importantly, it aims at preparing a student who is able to provide proper oral health education and prevention to his paediatric patients and their parents. {slider  Removable Prosthodontics} Removable Prosthodontics consists of a preclinical and clinical course. The preclinical and laboratory course provides the concepts of laboratory fabrication of complete and partial dentures.
The clinical course introduces the student to the clinical application of skills acquired in the preclinical year. The course also presents more advanced techniques and treatment planning for advanced and complex removable prosthodontics needs as well as the principles of prosthodontics in implant dentistry.{slider Dental Materials}This course covers the chemical, physical and biological properties of dental materials as related to their applications in different branches of dentistry. Emphasis will be placed upon the types of materials available, their selection and manipulation, and the recognition of the effects of proper and improper manipulation on both the intermediate and the final products. The course also covers the properties of dental materials relative to clinical restorative and prosthetic dentistry. Emphasis is placed upon proper selection and manipulation of dental materials based on their properties and clinical performance. {slider Descriptive Dental Anatomy (Human Dentition)}This course is designed to provide the dental student with the necessary knowledge to identify the definitions of introductory dental terminology. The course also allows the student to recognize the functions of the human teeth. The student will be able to utilize the correct names and universal code numbers of each permanent and deciduous tooth. The course also provides the student with the general and specific features of permanent teeth.{slider  Endodontics Technology}The course is concerned with study and exploration of the morphology, physiology and pathology of the human dental pulp and periapical tissues. It presents advanced techniques and treatment planning for advanced and complex Endodontic needs.{slider Fixed Prosthodontics}Fixed Prosthodontics consists of a preclinical and clinical course. The preclinical course is concerned with the beginning to appreciate and the principles and techniques of tooth preparation for fixed prosthodontics. The clinical course introduces the student to the clinical application of skills acquired in the preclinical course. It also presents more advanced techniques and treatment planning for advanced and complex fixed prosthodontic needs as well as the principles of crown and bridge in implant dentistry.{slider Medical Sciences}i. General Anatomy:
 
{slider Oral Medicine, Periodontology, Oral & Radiographic Diagnosis}The course aims at establishing didactic information, knowledge and skills necessary for effectively diagnosing and non-surgically treating patients suffering from systemic and/or other local diseases affecting the oral and the head and neck regions. The course also introduces students to the importance of periodontics as a dental discipline.{slider Oral Pathology}This is a comprehensive course on oral and para-oral lesions and diseases. It deals with the etiology, pathogenesis, incidence, clinical, radiographic and histopathological aspects and prognosis of such lesions. It also touches on the management of such lesions where relevant.{slider Oral Radiology}The course teaches the fundamentals of x-ray generation physics, radiographic image production, and radiographic techniques. It also stresses the biological effects of radiation and radiation hygiene, and ways of protection from radiation.{slider Oral Surgery & Anaesthesia}This course provides the student with basic knowledge about oral and maxillofacial surgery as they relate to the general practitioner of dentistry. The course includes an overview of aseptic techniques, an introduction to surgical instruments, as well as principles of tooth extraction and minor oral surgery. The student is introduced to the surgical management of congenital and acquired abnormalities of the oral structures and associated parts.{slider Orthodontics}The course prepares the student to clinically manage patients with orthodontic problems by developing his skills in biomechanics and mechanic therapy with emphasis on the biological and technological principles of orthodontic tooth.{slider Pedodontics} The course prepares the student to provide comprehensive dental care to his paediatric patients in order to produce a more ideal oral structure. It also provides the dental student with experience in proper management, behavior modification and the ability to establish a positive attitude towards dental treatment in his young patients. More importantly, it aims at preparing a student who is able to provide proper oral health education and prevention to his paediatric patients and their parents.{slider Removable Prosthodontics} Removable Prosthodontics consists of a preclinical and clinical course. The preclinical and laboratory course provides the concepts of laboratory fabrication of complete and partial dentures.The clinical course introduces the student to the clinical application of skills acquired in the preclinical year. The course also presents more advanced techniques and treatment planning for advanced and complex removable prosthodontics needs as well as the principles of prosthodontics in implant dentistry.{slider Dental Materials}This course covers the chemical, physical and biological properties of dental materials as related to their applications in different branches of dentistry. Emphasis will be placed upon the types of materials available, their selection and manipulation, and the recognition of the effects of proper and improper manipulation on both the intermediate and the final products. The course also covers the properties of dental materials relative to clinical restorative and prosthetic dentistry. Emphasis is placed upon proper selection and manipulation of dental materials based on their properties and clinical performance.{slider Descriptive Dental Anatomy (Human Dentition)}This course is designed to provide the dental student with the necessary knowledge to identify the definitions of introductory dental terminology. The course also allows the student to recognize the functions of the human teeth. The student will be able to utilize the correct names and universal code numbers of each permanent and deciduous tooth. The course also provides the student with the general and specific features of permanent teeth.{slider Endodontics Technology}The course is concerned with study and exploration of the morphology, physiology and pathology of the human dental pulp and periapical tissues. It presents advanced techniques and treatment planning for advanced and complex Endodontic needs.{slider Fixed Prosthodontics}Fixed Prosthodontics consists of a preclinical and clinical course. The preclinical course is concerned with the beginning to appreciate and the principles and techniques of tooth preparation for fixed prosthodontics. The clinical course introduces the student to the clinical application of skills acquired in the preclinical course. It also presents more advanced techniques and treatment planning for advanced and complex fixed prosthodontic needs as well as the principles of crown and bridge in implant dentistry.{slider Medical Sciences}i. General Anatomy:
 
 
{slider  Pedodontics} The course prepares the student to provide comprehensive dental care to his paediatric patients in order to produce a more ideal oral structure. It also provides the dental student with experience in proper management, behavior modification and the ability to establish a positive attitude towards dental treatment in his young patients. More importantly, it aims at preparing a student who is able to provide proper oral health education and prevention to his paediatric patients and their parents. {slider  Removable Prosthodontics} Removable Prosthodontics consists of a preclinical and clinical course. The preclinical and laboratory course provides the concepts of laboratory fabrication of complete and partial dentures.
The clinical course introduces the student to the clinical application of skills acquired in the preclinical year. The course also presents more advanced techniques and treatment planning for advanced and complex removable prosthodontics needs as well as the principles of prosthodontics in implant dentistry.{slider Dental Materials}This course covers the chemical, physical and biological properties of dental materials as related to their applications in different branches of dentistry. Emphasis will be placed upon the types of materials available, their selection and manipulation, and the recognition of the effects of proper and improper manipulation on both the intermediate and the final products. The course also covers the properties of dental materials relative to clinical restorative and prosthetic dentistry. Emphasis is placed upon proper selection and manipulation of dental materials based on their properties and clinical performance. {slider Descriptive Dental Anatomy (Human Dentition)}This course is designed to provide the dental student with the necessary knowledge to identify the definitions of introductory dental terminology. The course also allows the student to recognize the functions of the human teeth. The student will be able to utilize the correct names and universal code numbers of each permanent and deciduous tooth. The course also provides the student with the general and specific features of permanent teeth.{slider  Endodontics Technology}The course is concerned with study and exploration of the morphology, physiology and pathology of the human dental pulp and periapical tissues. It presents advanced techniques and treatment planning for advanced and complex Endodontic needs.{slider Fixed Prosthodontics}Fixed Prosthodontics consists of a preclinical and clinical course. The preclinical course is concerned with the beginning to appreciate and the principles and techniques of tooth preparation for fixed prosthodontics. The clinical course introduces the student to the clinical application of skills acquired in the preclinical course. It also presents more advanced techniques and treatment planning for advanced and complex fixed prosthodontic needs as well as the principles of crown and bridge in implant dentistry.{slider Medical Sciences}i. General Anatomy:
 
{slider Oral Surgery & Anaesthesia}This course provides the student with basic knowledge about oral and maxillofacial surgery as they relate to the general practitioner of dentistry. The course includes an overview of aseptic techniques, an introduction to surgical instruments, as well as principles of tooth extraction and minor oral surgery. The student is introduced to the surgical management of congenital and acquired abnormalities of the oral structures and associated parts.{slider Orthodontics}The course prepares the student to clinically manage patients with orthodontic problems by developing his skills in biomechanics and mechanic therapy with emphasis on the biological and technological principles of orthodontic tooth.{slider Pedodontics} The course prepares the student to provide comprehensive dental care to his paediatric patients in order to produce a more ideal oral structure. It also provides the dental student with experience in proper management, behavior modification and the ability to establish a positive attitude towards dental treatment in his young patients. More importantly, it aims at preparing a student who is able to provide proper oral health education and prevention to his paediatric patients and their parents.{slider Removable Prosthodontics} Removable Prosthodontics consists of a preclinical and clinical course. The preclinical and laboratory course provides the concepts of laboratory fabrication of complete and partial dentures.The clinical course introduces the student to the clinical application of skills acquired in the preclinical year. The course also presents more advanced techniques and treatment planning for advanced and complex removable prosthodontics needs as well as the principles of prosthodontics in implant dentistry.{slider Dental Materials}This course covers the chemical, physical and biological properties of dental materials as related to their applications in different branches of dentistry. Emphasis will be placed upon the types of materials available, their selection and manipulation, and the recognition of the effects of proper and improper manipulation on both the intermediate and the final products. The course also covers the properties of dental materials relative to clinical restorative and prosthetic dentistry. Emphasis is placed upon proper selection and manipulation of dental materials based on their properties and clinical performance.{slider Descriptive Dental Anatomy (Human Dentition)}This course is designed to provide the dental student with the necessary knowledge to identify the definitions of introductory dental terminology. The course also allows the student to recognize the functions of the human teeth. The student will be able to utilize the correct names and universal code numbers of each permanent and deciduous tooth. The course also provides the student with the general and specific features of permanent teeth.{slider Endodontics Technology}The course is concerned with study and exploration of the morphology, physiology and pathology of the human dental pulp and periapical tissues. It presents advanced techniques and treatment planning for advanced and complex Endodontic needs.{slider Fixed Prosthodontics}Fixed Prosthodontics consists of a preclinical and clinical course. The preclinical course is concerned with the beginning to appreciate and the principles and techniques of tooth preparation for fixed prosthodontics. The clinical course introduces the student to the clinical application of skills acquired in the preclinical course. It also presents more advanced techniques and treatment planning for advanced and complex fixed prosthodontic needs as well as the principles of crown and bridge in implant dentistry.{slider Medical Sciences}i. General Anatomy: