MDDT-201 – Removable Partial Denture Techniques (1)

Course lecturer :

Prof. Dr. Nabila El Khodary

Course assistant :

Course objectives :

At the completion of this course, the student will: Further study of design and fabrication of removable partial denture frameworks is included in this course. Concepts such as wrought wire clasp design, enhanced aesthetic considerations, and the criteria used in selecting and setting various types of artificial teeth will be explored. This course also will involve an intensification of the Theory and applied techniques in the construction of chrome-cobalt dentures; spruing, investing, casting and finishing of the metal frameworks; soldering and repair; specialty appliance fabrication and design techniques.

Course description :

This course focuses on the study of an introduction to removable partial dentures. Topics include temporary partials and treatment partials with wrought clasps.

Course assessment :

-Research project and interactive learning 5% -Assignment (throughout the course) 5% -Mid Term 15% -Final exam (Practical) 25% – Final exam (theoretical) 50%

Recommended text books :

Boucher’s Prosthodontic Treatment for Edentulous Patients 12th Edition, Mosby & Co. Editors: Zarb, Bolender, and Carlsson

Recommended refrences :

Boucher’s Prosthodontic Treatment for Edentulous Patients 12th Edition, Mosby & Co. Editors: Zarb, Bolender, and Carlsson