Restorative dentistry

A.Y. 2019/2020
12
Max ECTS
195
Overall hours
SSD
MED/28
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
The main educational objectives of the course are to provide the participant with the basic notions of partial indirect restorations, both in the anterior sector and in the posterior sector, and to illustrate the guidelines to be adopted for performing an indirect restoration in fixed prosthesis.
The individual steps leading to an indirect restoration will be shown.
Particular emphasis will be given to the digital techniques of design and execution of prosthetic artefacts.
The techniques of impression imprint to be used in partial indirect restorations will be described and the different cementing techniques and treatment of prosthetic artifacts will be analyzed.
The techniques and materials that can be used in the construction of the provisionals will be illustrated.
It also aims to provide the student with the theoretical and practical knowledge necessary to diagnose, plan and carry out the prosthetic rehabilitation of patients who require the restoration of the integrity of the dental arches.
Expected learning outcomes
The student must be able to classify the different types of edentulism and the various compromises of the dental arches, proceed with the detection of an impression and prepare a study model, provide for the rehabilitation plan and the realization of removable partial or permanent prostheses, be they temporary or definitive.
As far as partial preparations are concerned, you will learn how to prepare the dental elements correctly, create the temporaries, choose the material and the impression technique appropriate to the different clinical situations, know the different cementation methods and assess the quality of the completed restoration.
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Prerequisites for admission
Knowledge of oral anatomy and physiology
Knowledge of the fundamentals of microbiology
Assessment methods and Criteria
The learning will be assessed by means of a multiple choice written test and oral examination
The evaluation will be made in thirtieths, considering sufficient when at least 60% of the questions will be answered correctly.
The outcome will be communicated to the students via internet
Protesi dentaria
Course syllabus
Anatomy and physiology of the dento-enamel tissue and peri-apical tissues
Pathogenesis of endodontic diseases
Epidemiology of endodontic diseases
Endodontic treatments for the pathologies of dental pulp and periapical tissues
Teaching methods
Lectures
Training on endodontic simulators
Teaching Resources
G Marino e A Canton La protesi parziale rimovibile ED Martina
G Marino e A Canton Guida al successo in protesi mobile completa a protesi parziale rimovibile ED Martina
Odontoiatria conservativa
Course syllabus
Design principles
Clinical treatment sequencing
Integrating aesthetics and function
Tooth preparation and surveying
Replacing missing teeth with partial dentures: the fixed-removable interface and the metal framework try-in
Laboratory aspects: repairs, additions, rebasing
Teaching methods
Lectures
Training on endodontic simulators
Teaching Resources
AA.VV. Endodonzia, Ed.EDRA, 2015
Tecnologie protesiche
Course syllabus
Preparations fot intracoronal restorations, preparations for parzial coverage crowns, All ceramic restorations
Teaching methods
Lectures
Training on endodontic simulators
Teaching Resources
Herbert T. Shillingburg "Fondamenti di protesi fissa, Quintessence Pub.
Odontoiatria conservativa
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Lessons: 30 hours
Practicals - Exercises: 25 hours
Shifts:
Polo Centrale
Professor: Ionescu Andrei Cristian
Polo San Paolo
Professor: Ausenda Federico
Protesi dentaria
MED/28 - ORAL DISEASES AND DENTISTRY - University credits: 2003
Lessons: 20 hours
Practicals - Exercises: 75 hours
Shifts:
Polo San Paolo
Professors: Nicali Andrea, Sardella Andrea
Tecnologie protesiche
MED/28 - ORAL DISEASES AND DENTISTRY - University credits: 1002
Lessons: 20 hours
Practicals - Exercises: 25 hours
Shifts:
Polo Centrale
Professor: Epifani Francesco
Polo San Paolo
Professor: Decani Sem