LABORATORY AND PROSTHETIC TECHNOLOGIES
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course aims to deepen the knowledge and understanding of the pathophysiology of the stomatognathic system and prosthesis technologies in order to develop in students a critical skill on the topics covered
Course contents summary
Provide knowledge of occlusion and dental, masticatory function and pathophysiology of the stomatognathic system. The student to understand the functions of the masticatory system: horizontal intermaxillary relations. Intermaxillary vertical relationship. Curves and occlusal planes. Mandibular movements. Types of functional occlusion. Articulators. Fingerprints and study models. Realization in the laboratory of fixed prostheses. Removable partial dentures. Principles of full denture and construction phases and laboratory.
Spoto, Giuseppe - Materiali e tecnologie Odontostomatologiche. Casa Ed. Ariesdue
Papini, Alessio - Gli articolatori. ED. Quintessenza.
Castellani, Dario - Elementi di occlusione. Ed. Martina.
Preti Giulio, Pera, Paolo - La protesi parziale rimovibile. Ed. Piccin
AB Carr, DT Brown - Protesi rimovibile parziale
Lectures supplemented by discussion of topics in order to train students in critical skills on the topics and allow you to gain an understanding of issues related to technology and prosthetic dental laboratory, so to be able to solve the problems of the relationship dentist-dental.
Assessment methods and criteria
Oral exam, with more teachers in order to ensure the quality and level of knowledge and understanding of the course content and the ability to apply the acquired knowledge to professional practice. The trial will also evaluate the quality of student participation in class.