Oral Medicine 56 teaching hours
Oral Medicine is an essential and practical course. Students are required to get familiar with the theory on etiology and nosogenesis, diagnosis and therapy for common oral diseases: caries, non-caries hard tissue diseases of the tooth, pulp disease, periapical disease, periodontal disease, oral mucosadisease, as well as practical skills. This course includes the following subjects: cariology, operative dentistry, endodontology and periodontology, etc., which are not only relating to the oral basic courses but also providing evidences for other oral professional courses. The objective of oral medicine is to study the most common diseases of the oral cavity. The students should fulfill the teaching plan through class and pre-clinical lab training, and clinical practice under the guidance of teachers to master basic theory and skill to preserve tooth and oral organs, and to maintain its function.