Course Objectives



  • 1. Foundational Knowledge: Acquire a comprehensive understanding of basic sciences such as anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, and pathology relevant to dentistry.
  • 2. Preclinical Proficiency: Develop skills in preclinical exercises, including dental anatomy, wax carving, and simulated dental procedures.
  • 3. Clinical Competence: Attain proficiency in clinical procedures, encompassing dental examinations, diagnosis, treatment planning, and the execution of various dental treatments.
  • 4. Radiology Expertise: Develop the ability to interpret dental radiographs and effectively use imaging technology for diagnostic purposes.
  • 5. Ethics and Professionalism: Understand and adhere to ethical standards and professionalism in all aspects of patient care, communication, and professional practice.
  • 6. Patient-Centered Care: Cultivate the skills necessary for effective patient management, including obtaining informed consent, addressing patient concerns, and fostering positive dentist-patient relationships.
  • 7. Practice Management: Acquire knowledge in the basic principles of dental practice management, encompassing infection control, record-keeping, and compliance with regulatory standards.
  • 8. Research Aptitude: Develop foundational research skills, including the ability to critically evaluate literature, understand research methodologies, and potentially contribute to dental research.
  • 9. Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Foster the ability to work collaboratively with other healthcare professionals for comprehensive patient care.
  • Recognize the importance of continuous professional development, staying informed about advancements in dental science, and engaging in ongoing learning throughout their career.