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Postgraduate Students

1.Master of Professional Language 

M10030001  90 teaching hours

Stomatology clinical course is a series of important clinical specialized courses covering oral medicine, 
oral and maxillofacial surgery, prosthodontics, orthodontics, pediatric dentistry, implant dentistry, oral biomedical materials science, oral microbiology and et al. In the forms of literature review, lectures and group discussion, graduate students are expected to learn: the etiology, pathogenesis, treatment and prevention methods of oral and maxillofacial disease and lesions; the occurrence, development and outcome of oral and maxillofacial disease; systematic diagnosis and treatment of common oral and maxillofacial disease, and general diagnosis and treatment of rare oral and maxillofacial disease; prevention methods of oral and maxillofacial disease; and oral epidemiology investigation and research methods. Combined with teaching and clinical practice, this course aims to train the scientific research and clinical thinking of graduate students and  offers general understanding of the theoretical knowledge, clinical techniques and research approaches.

 

2.Master's Professional Foreign Language  

M04031401  40 teaching hours

Professional English(Master) is an important course based on the learning of College English. By studying the primary knowledge of professional English, students are expected to master the grammatical features and vocabulary that are commonly used in professional English. Furthermore, they can cultivate skilled reading comprehension and professional translation ability gradually. Through the learning process, Students are required to read the professional literature smoothly and accurately, translate the articles fluently and consistently. In this way, they can take the Professional English as a useful tool to obtain professional information timely and understand  the latest progress in the field. The teaching form of Professional English(Master) includes reading the original professional books, profession related patents and articles books abroad in class, giving specialized lectures and achieving a certain number of article reading after class. Students can master professional vocabulary and phrases that are commonly used, consolidate the learned grammar and improve the ability of professional English reading comprehension and translation. Students are required to use English as language media for diagnosis and treatment for oral and maxillofacial diseases, as well as academic research and communication.

 

3.Clinical Skills Examination  

M10030002 

Assessment of Clinical Skills(Master) is a test of the students' clinical skills after clinical practice training. It focus on: training of diagnosis and treatment of common oral and maxillofacial diseases including such as caries, pulpitis, periodontal diseases, oral mucosa diseases, oral and maxillofacial defects, tumors, trauma, dentition defects and malocclusion; understanding the processing methods of common diseases in each specialty; improving students’ clinical analysis and thinking ability. Students are required to master the fundamental inspection, diagnosis and treatment methods of common diseases in the department of endodontics, oral mucosa diseases, periodontics, preventive dentistry, geriatric dentistry, prosthodontics, oral and maxillofacial surgery and orthodontics during the internship period, master the diagnosis and treatment technology of conventional operation and propose the diagnostic basis and treatment plan.
The content of Assessment of Clinical Skills(Master) includes: clinical assessment of inspection, diagnosis, treatment planning and clinical technique of common oral and maxillofacial diseases in each specialty. The assessment form contains written examination of theoretical knowledge and practice examination of clinical skills.

 

4.Oral Microbiology

M10030101  36 teaching hours

Oral Microbiology is a basic subject of modern stomatology, and is one of the important contents of oral biology. The course of Oral Microbiology is started in 1991 and developed on the basis of Biological Engineering Key Laboratory of the Ministry of Health and Department of Oral Medicine. From 1993 to 2013, we have published a series of teaching books and monographs, including the first Oral Microbiology Monographs "oral microbiology and practical technology" (1993), "The Basic Microbiology of Oral Diseases" (1994), "Oral Ecology" (2000), "Oral Microbiology" (2001), "Practical Oral Microbiology and Technology" (2009),"Practical Atlas of Oral Microbiology" (2009), "Microbial Biofilms and Infection" (2012), "Oral Microecology" (2013). At present this course is mainly relying on State Key Laboratory of Oral Diseases, Department of Oral Biology and Department of Oral Medicine. With the development of molecular biology, cellular biology, genomics, systematic biology and bioinformatics, oral microbiology has developed into a multidisciplinary and multilevel science from the traditional microbiology characterized by microbial isolation and cultivation. The course of Oral Microbiology mainly involves: 1. Biological characteristics of oral microorganisms and their roles in oral infectious diseases. 2. Development of the normal micro-ecological environment in oral cavity and the dynamic modulation of its component.

 

5.Oral Biomedical Materials Science I  

M10030102  54 teaching hours

Oral biomedical materials science has already become a very important part in biomedical materials research field. This novel subject mainly focuses on the mechanism of interaction between the materials and the human body or the related organs, tissues, cells and molecules. In addition, it also pays close attention to the research on various kinds of oral materials used to repair or substitute the worn tissue as well as improve its related functions. The new breakthrough, technology and discovery in biomedical materials field can directly promote the oral biomedical materials science development.
Meanwhile, the connection between oral biomedical materials and the oral clinical field is also very close. This course seeks to provide the related theory to the graduate students, help them to know the recent development of this novel field and be familiar with the basic analysis and measurement technique of materials. This course will be very helpful to explain and solve the clinical problems, further expand the students’ knowledge, enlighten their innovation ability and finally make them become the stomatology professionals with some basic knowledge of oral biomedical materials science.

 

6.Implant Dentistry 

M10030205  36 teaching hours

Teaching objective and requirements
Implant denture is a method which uses artificial dental root embedded in the jaw to restore the missing teeth. Implant dentistry is an integrated subject which combines oral and maxillofacial surgery, prosthodontics, biomaterials science as well as biomedical engineering etc. Implant restoration fundamentally changes traditional restoration theory and method. With the improvement of the living standard in China, restorating of the missing teeth has entered dental implant era.
Implant dentistry course adopts two teaching forms -- teaching and experiment. Through studying this subject, the students shall understand basic theory of implant denture, dental implant related anatomy, biomechanics as well as other fundamentals. Meanwhile they should learn the basic principles of dental implant surgery and methods of dental implant restoration. Through studying this course, the students shall fully understand osteointegration theory and can finish key clinical practices as the dental implant placement , impressions taking and restoration on models.

Teaching contents
The basic teaching contents include, implant dentistry pandect, introduction of dental implants components, structure and classification, anatomic basis for dental implant, biomechanical basis for dental implant, pre-operation imaging examination, basic principles and methods of dental implant surgery, design principles of partial implant denture restoration, design principles of complete implant denture, the development situation of immediate implant and immediate restoration, implants maintenance and care, prognosis and evaluation etc.

 

7.Advances in Prosthodontics 

M10030207  54teaching hours

Teaching objectives and requirements
Advances in Prosthodontics mainly focus on the cutting-edge developments and new techniques in Prosthodontics. This course covers bone basic and clinical subjects related to oral prosthodontics, such as oral anatomy and physiology, science of dental materials, biomechanics oral implantology, oral medicine, oral aesthetics and et al.
The goal of this course is to arise the motivation and enthusiasm of the students, as well as to improve their abilities of analyzing and solving problems. Students are required to learn the latest progress and techniques for Prosthodontics by self-learning and group discussion guided by the instructors.
Content of the course
The learning content of advances in Prosthodontics includes research progress and applications of dental materials, principles and clinical applications of aesthetic restorations,  bonding technology of all-ceramic crowns
anterior dental aesthetic restoration, application of individualized implant abutment, treatment strategy for patients with insufficient alveolar bone, classification and clinical application of attachment for dentures design of aesthetic restoration and fine impression, developments in digitalized and functional restoration, occlusal reconstruction strategies.

 

8.Doctor’s Professional Development Course 

D10030001  40 teaching hours

Stomatology clinical course (Doctor) is a series of important clinical specialized courses covering oral medicine, 
oral and maxillofacial surgery, prosthodontics, orthodontics, pediatric dentistry, implant dentistry, oral biomedical materials science, oral microbiology and et al. In the forms of literature review, lectures and group discussion, graduate students are expected to learn: the etiology, pathogenesis, treatment and prevention methods of oral and maxillofacial disease and lesions; the occurrence, development and outcome of oral and maxillofacial disease; systematic diagnosis and treatment of common oral and maxillofacial disease, and general diagnosis and treatment of rare oral and maxillofacial disease; innovation in diagnosis and treatment theory and methods. Combined with teaching and clinical practice, this course aims to train the scientific research and clinical thinking of graduate students and to train the graduate students in innovation of clinical and basic research in oral and maxillofacial diseases.

 

9.Doctoral Professional Foreign Language 

40 teaching hours

Professional English(Doctor) is an important course based on the learning of College English and Master’s Professional English. By studying the advanced knowledge of professional English, students can master the grammatical features and vocabulary in professional English. Furthermore, they can cultivate skilled reading comprehension and professional translation ability gradually at a high level. Through the learning process, Students are required to read the professional literature smoothly and accurately, translate the articles with faithfulness, expressIveness and elegance. In this way, they can take the Professional English as a useful tool to obtain professional information timely and understand the latest progress in the field. The teaching form of Professional English(Master) includes reading the original professional books ,profession related patents and articles books abroad in class, giving specialized lectures and achieving a certain number of academic article reading after class. Students can master a large number of professional vocabulary and phrases, consolidate the learned grammar and improve the ability of professional English reading comprehension and translation at a high level.

 

10.Clinical Skills Examination   

D10030002 

Assessment of Clinical Skills(Doctor) is a test of the students' clinical skills after clinical practice training. It focus on: training of diagnosis and treatment of common oral and maxillofacial diseases including such as caries, pulpitis, periodontal diseases, oral mucosa diseases, oral and maxillofacial defects, tumors, trauma, dentition defects and malocclusion; understanding the processing methods of common diseases in each specialty; improving students’ clinical analysis and thinking ability. Students are required to master the fundamental inspection, diagnosis and treatment methods of common diseases in the department of endodontics, oral mucosa diseases, periodontics, preventive dentistry, geriatric dentistry, prosthodontics, oral and maxillofacial surgery and orthodontics during the internship period, master the diagnosis and treatment technology of conventional operation and propose the diagnostic basis and treatment plan, master the innovation in diagnosis and treatment theory and methods in oral and maxillofacial diseases.
The content of Assessment of Clinical Skills(Doctor) includes: clinical assessment of inspection, diagnosis, treatment planning and clinical technique of common oral and maxillofacial diseases in each specialty. The assessment form contains written examination of theoretical knowledge and practice examination of clinical skills.

 

11.Oral Microbiology 

D10030101  54 teaching hours

Oral Microbiology is a basic subject of modern stomatology, and is one of the important contents of oral biology. The course of Oral Microbiology is started in 1991 and developed on the basis of Biological Engineering Key Laboratory of the Ministry of Health and Department of Oral Medicine. From 1993 to 2013, we have published a series of teaching books and monographs, including the first Oral Microbiology Monographs "oral microbiology and practical technology" (1993), "The Basic Microbiology of Oral Diseases" (1994), "Oral Ecology" (2000), "Oral Microbiology" (2001), "Practical Oral Microbiology and Technology" (2009),"Practical Atlas of Oral Microbiology" (2009), "Microbial Biofilms and Infection" (2012), "Oral Microecology" (2013). At present this course is mainly relying on State Key Laboratory of Oral Diseases, Department of Oral Biology and Department of Oral Medicine. With the development of molecular biology, cellular biology, genomics, systematic biology and bioinformatics, oral microbiology has developed into a multidisciplinary and multilevel science from the traditional microbiology characterized by microbial isolation and cultivation. The course of Oral Microbiology mainly involves:  Modulation of oral micro-ecological equilibrium and its relevance to systemic diseases.  New techniques for diagnosis, prevention and treatment of oral infectious diseases.

 

12.Oral Biomedical Materials Science   

D10030102  54 teaching hours

Oral biomedical materials science has already become a very important part in biomedical materials research field. This novel subject mainly focuses on the mechanism of interaction between the materials and the human body or the related organs, tissues, cells and molecules. In addition, it also pays close attention to the research on various kinds of oral materials used to repair or substitute the worn tissue as well as improve its related functions. The new breakthrough, technology and discovery in biomedical materials field can directly promote the oral biomedical materials science development.
Meanwhile, the connection between oral biomedical materials and the oral clinical field is also very close. This course seeks to provide the related theory to the doctoral students, help them to be familiar with the recent development of this novel field and master the basic analysis and measurement technique of materials. This course will be very helpful to explain and solve the clinical problems, further expand the students’ knowledge, enlighten their innovation ability and finally make them become the stomatology professionals with basic knowledge of oral biomedical materials science.