Objectives and Content
The student is capable of explaining:
- Prosthodontic terms
- Indications and principles for treatment with tooth retained fixed prostheses
- Indications and principles for treatment with removable prostheses
The student is able to:
- perform simple prosthodontic treatment with tooth retained fixed prostheses
- perform prosthodontic treatment with removable prostheses
The student is able to demonstrate adequate critical attitudes towards prosthodontic treatment performed by themselves with regard to quality and precision.
Level of Study
Semester of Instruction
Required Previous Knowledge
Credit Reduction due to Course Overlap
Access to the Course
Teaching and learning methods
Compulsory Assignments and Attendance
Mandatory attendance to all activities and implementation of all work tasks during the course must be achieved.
The term "approved" is used to display that the requirements are fullfilled
All teaching is mandatory. The student is responsible for reporting absences, and unexcused absences are not allowed.¿In addition to the attendance requirements, the academic requirements must be met, both in terms of the quality of the work and sufficient practice.
In this subject, mandatory activities are valid for two semesters.
Forms of Assessment
The practical work is continuously assessed both individually and collectively throughout the course. In addition there are various anonymous practical and theoretical tests. The assessments are done by the college of teachers who evaluates the student's achievements. Based on this, the students will be informed of the results through individual conversations on several occations. The final approval of the practical part of the course/subject is given if the learning outcome has been obtained.
There is a written, theoretical test at the end of the course. To be permitted to take this test, the student must have had her/his practical part of the course evaluated as "passed". It is given 3 attempts to achieve the evaluation "passed" of the theoretical test (either through a written or an oral examination). To pass the theoretical test, the student must at least obtain 60% correct answers.
To achieve the evaluation "passed" for the whole course/subject, the practical part and theoretical test must have been evaluated as "passed".
A "passed" course/subject is mandatory for being permitted to commence treatment of patients in the clinic.
The reading list will be ready within the 1st of June for the autumn semester.
In addition various videofiles will be published to demonstrate different practical moments and lectures, as well as digital presentations of more theoretical type.