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Written by UP Prostho   
Monday, 22 January 2007
 Prosthodontics Section - Clinical Department 

Department of Clinical Dental Sciences
2nd Floor, UP Manila College of Dentistry
P. Gil cor Taft Avenue, Manila Philippines 1000
Telephone: 3023983 : loc. 110
 Current Section Head:

Charlie N. Atienza, DDM

  Teaching Staff:
Teaching StaffPosition Phone Fax
Tristan N.C. Ramos, DDM, MPH Assistant Professor
Aguiluz, Maria Arlissa D. Assistant Professor   
Magtanong, Danilo L. MHPEdAssociate Professor
Charlie Atienza, DDM Assistant Professor

 Krishan Sanchez, DDM

 Senior Lecturer
 Jean Arevalo, DDM
 Senior Lecturer

 Caesar Bautista, DDM

 Senior Lecturer

Non-academic Staff:

  • Cris Carraquio
  • John Sulla
       Prosthodontics Section, Clinical Dental Sciences Department
  
 

A. PRE-CLINICAL COURSES 

1. Pre-Clinical Removable Partial Prosthodontics 142 (Didactic) 142.1 (Laboratory)

Pre-Clinical Removable Partial Prosthodontics 142 is a pre-clinical course in Removable Partial Dentures Prosthodontics (RPD). It is a 2-unit didactic subject offered to third year (Dentistry Proper) students during the second semester. This branch of learning, which is a requisite for the succeeding clinical subjects, specifically for the next higher level of learning in RPD Service (Clinical RPD 40), is given along with a 1-unit laboratory course Prosthodontics 22B. 

The course is about the concepts and the principles of design for the metal framework for the partial denture with emphasis on the biological, mechanical (physical) and esthetic requirements. Likewise, the course puts premium on the basic data gathering techniques and their analysis to come up with a workable plan of treatment (design). As an essential preparation, students enrolled in this subject should have completed courses in Oral Anatomy, Oral Physiology, Occlusion, Microbiology, and Dental Materials and must have a working knowledge of Mechanics.

2. Pre-Clinical Complete Denture Prosthodontics 143 (Didactic) 143.1 (Laboratory)

Prosthodontics 143 (31A) is a pre-clinical course in Complete Dentures Prosthodontics. It is a 2–unit didactic subject offered to third year (Dentistry Proper) students during the first semester. This branch of learning, which is a requisite for the succeeding clinical subjects, specifically for the next higher level of learning in Complete Dentures Prosthodontics (Clinical Complete Denture Service 40), is given along with a 1-unit laboratory course, Prosthodontics 31B. The course is all about the clinical and laboratory procedures involved in the fabrication of complete dentures for a patient including the principles where each step is based. As an essential preparation, students enrolled in this subject should have finished courses in Oral Anatomy, Oral Physiology, Occlusion and Dental Materials. 

Prosthodontics 143.1 (CD 31B) is a prelinical course dealing with the basic principles of complete denture fabrication as well as the diagnosis and treatment of a completely edentulous patient. This is the laboratory component of the lecture course CD31A which is given during the first semester of the student's 3rd year level as a prerequisite to Clinical CD Prosthodontics 32 Course. Students are individually assigned one simulated complete denture (CD/CD) requirement. The student receives a grade at the end of the first semester.

B. CLINICAL COURSES 

  1. CD32: CLINICAL REMOVABLE COMPLETE DENTURE PROSTHODONTICS 32

An introductory clinical course offered to third year (Dentistry Proper) students during the second semester. Basic concepts, principles and procedures in conventional Complete Denture Service taken up in its pre-requisite courses (CD 31A and 31B) are applied on an actual patient with a sufficient amount of faculty supervision and guidance. This clinical exposure prepares the student for independent management of completely edentulous patients as a pre-requisite to CD40.

  1. RPD32: CLINICAL REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE PROSTHODONTICS 32

An introductory clinical course offered to third year (Dentistry Proper) students during the second semester. Basic concepts and principles of RPD treatment planning and designing taken up in its pre-requisite courses (RPD 22A and 22B) are reiterated and integrated into a more holistic scheme of patient management. (Refer to Appendix A for the Complete Course Description, Objectives and Policies specific to this course)

  1. CD40: CLINICAL REMOVABLE COMPLETE DENTURE PROSTHODONTICS 40

A 2-semester clinical course offered to fourth year (Dentistry Proper) students. The concepts, principles and procedures in conventional Complete Denture Service are applied on actual patients with the appropriate amount of faculty supervision and guidance based on the expected level of competency. 

  1. RPD40: CLINICAL REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE PROSTHODONTICS 40

A 2-semester clinical course offered to fourth year (Dentistry Proper) students. The concepts, principles and procedures in conventional Removable Partial Denture Service are applied on actual patients with the appropriate amount of faculty supervision and guidance based on the expected level of competency. (Refer to Appendix B for the Complete Course Description, Objectives and Policies specific to this course)









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