North-Western State medical University n.a. I.I. Mechnikov
Program for General Medicine Department: Theory & practice: theoretical lectures and state-of-the-art clinics TOPIC I Introduction to dentistry: dentistry as a science: current problems & main tasks.Anatomy and morphology of craniofacial region: teeth development &eruption time
Main tasks & Dentistry branches.
Anatomy of craniofacial complex: bones, muscles, organs.
9.Age-related changes in jaws and teeth.
TOPIC III Caries & non-carious lesions of the hard dental tissues. Classification, aetiology, pathogenesis, clinical features of manifestation and diagnostics, treatment approaches. Clinical features of dental diseases in patients with somatic pathology.
1. Caries: aetiology&pathogenesis
2. Classification of dental caries, clinical features.
3. Treatment goals.
4. Complicated forms of dental caries.
5. Non-carious lesions-non- cariouspathological loss oftoothtissue before eruption. Aetiology & pathogenesis, clinics, diagnostics.
7. Differential diagnosis of caries & non-carious lesions.
8. Relationshipbetween dental andsomatichealth.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSrBwpro3lc TOPIC IV
Periodontal diseases: classification Etiology& pathogenesis of inflammatory periodontal diseases. Diagnostic and clinical characteristics. Treatment strategy. The impact of periodontal diseases on somatic preexisting pathology.
The periodontal diseases classification system (1983, 2001).
Etiopathogenesis of inflammatory periodontal diseases. Primary & secondary impact factors. Dental biofilm: what is that for? Periodontalpathogenic microorganisms in association with somatic diseases.
Main and additional diagnostic tools in managing periodontal diseases.
Diagnostics & clinical features of necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis
Diagnostics & clinical features of chronic periodontitis
Diagnostics & clinical features of aggressive forms of periodontitis.
Main principles of non-surgical therapy of inflammatory periodontal diseases.
Pathomorphology of oral mucosa. Classification of oral mucosal diseases. Oral mucosa condition due to hematologic, endocrine disorders, gastrointestinal diseases etc. HIV-associated oral mucosal diseases.