Restorative Dentistry, Endodontics and Dental Biomaterial Department:

The Department of Restorative Dentistry presents Our Department’s responsibilities entail the instruction and evaluation of under graduate students, equipping them with the knowledge, skills, and judgment necessary for the restoration of a physiologically and esthetically healthy dentition.

To this end, the specific goals of the Restorative Dentistry Department are to:

  • Develop capable and confident general dentists who have a broad perspective in the field of restorative dentistry.
  • Impress upon students the significance of oral conditions in relation to patient overall health and disease.
  • Instill in students the necessity of being astute to advancements in the restorative material and new techniques.
  • reproduction of occlusal relationships in the restoration and to deliver proper function in the system
  • apply current technological developments and research related to restorative dentistry into their clinical practice.
  • evaluate clinical problems that may arise during treatment


The primary responsibility of the Department of Prosthodontics lies in the education and training of undergraduate in the restorative aspects of bringing a damaged dentition back to biologic health, function, esthetics and comfort. This is accomplished by teaching and practicing the clinical techniques of modern prosthodontics including implant dentistry on the basis of current evidence in the related sciences.

In Endodontics

Provide graduates with highly qualified skills and technical experience about the endodontic diagnosis, treatment, retreatment and prognosis with advanced equipments.

  • Introduction to endodontics.
  • Preparation for endodontic therapy.
  • Study the anatomy of different types of teeth.
  • Scientific basis and methodology of root canal preparation and obturation.
  • Materials and instruments used for preparation and obturation.
  • Study the causes of success or failure of endodontic cases.
  • Prognosis of endodontic cases.
  • Principles of endodontics to allow the perfect performance of different design and post endodontic restoration materials.
  • Surgical endodontic indication and contra-indication.

In Biomaterial:

aims to provide graduates with broad vision, highly qualified skills and technical experience about the properties and behavior of different dental biomaterials with their advanced applications in the bio-medical field, specifically in dentistry.

  • review various dental biomaterials used in the field of dentistry according to international standards.
  • fundamentals and the properties of polymers, metals and ceramics for their biomedical use in the field of dentistry.
  • scientific basis and methodology for the testing and analysis of dental biomaterials as well as research methodology and experimental design.
  • principles of biomechanics to allow the perfect performance of different design restorations.
  • biological aspects of in vitro biocompatibility of synthetic and biologically altered materials with tissues and cells of the human body.

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department:

The Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is responsible for the didactic and clinical instruction in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Local Anesthesia and Pain Control for the undergraduate dental students, This specialty of dentistry deals with the diagnosis, surgical, and adjunctive treatment of diseases, injuries, and defects involving both the functional and aesthetic aspects of the hard and soft tissues of the oral and maxillofacial regions.

Pediatric dentistry and public health department:

The Pediatric & Community Dentistry Department aims to improve the oral health and overall well-being of children and special healthcare needs patients through comprehensive, evidence-based care, education, and community engagement.
The department focuses on prevention, early detection, and treatment of oral diseases in pediatric patients, as well as the management of dental conditions in individuals with special healthcare needs. Additionally, the department is committed to promoting oral health education and awareness in the community through various outreach programs and collaborations with local organizations on the under and postgraduate levels.

Periodontics and Oral Medicine Department:

“Periodontics is concerned with establishing and maintaining health for the structures that support the teeth. The educational program is designed to help students develop the ability to instruct patients in preventing periodontal diseases, diagnosing and treating gingivitis and moderate periodontitis, recognizing the interrelationships between periodontal diseases and systemic health.
Students will achieve proficiency in reporting and evaluating medical and dental histories; performing thorough head, neck and oral examinations; selecting, exposing and interpreting intraoral and extra oral radiographs; synthesizing the collected data into a problem list and differential diagnosis; and developing a logical treatment plan based on the patient’s needs. Seminars, case presentations, clinical class conferences, and clinical experience complement the courses.”

Orthodontic Department:

“The course of orthodontics introduces students to orthodontics as a dental specialty and an understanding of the role it plays in general dentistry.
Students gain an understanding of the concept of normal occlusion, malocclusion, craniofacial growth, and the development to foster an understanding of the etiology of orthodontic problems.
Growth and development of the head, the etiology of malocclusion and it’s classification, diagnostic procedures, tissue changes in orthodontics, the appropriate time for intervention in potential orthodontic cases, and preventive and interceptive measures in developing malocclusions.”

Oral Pathology Department:

“Our department seeks to be the leading in the field of academics, histopathological innovations, research and patient care. And aspires keeping up with technology.
We are in charge of grounding our undergraduate students with the basic clinical and histopathological knowledge of the common pathological conditions of the oral cavity, to be able to spot any abnormality and deal with it accordingly in their future dental practice. On top of that, we level up the skills of our postgraduate students by ensuring their ability to recognize and diagnose various pathological conditions of the head and neck area.”

Oral biology department:

“Oral biology is the study of basic normal biological properties of dental and paradental under normal healthy conditions . Oral biology emerged as a complex specialty that encompassing a wide diversity of areas including cellular and molecular biology, genetics, and more.
Our mission is to help students bridge the gap between basic and clinical sciences so he will be able to relate structure features to function as essential basics for future clinical application. In addition we assist in developing the students’ soft skills, in particular, teamwork, commitment and learning skills. Teaching strategies we use are mainly guided with interactive learning techniques.”