Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery III clinical course that will reinforce basic skills developed during fourth year course, and facilitate continued development as the student performs routine oral surgery procedures commonly employed in general dental practice.

The student will be expected to apply his/her acquired basic science knowledge to the clinical arena in the development of necessary skills for diagnosis and treatment of vascular lesion and malformations of the oral cavity. The student will be expected to evaluate and be familiar with maxillofacial trauma and the principles of their management including how they can be investigated.

The course will also deals with dental implications of maxillary sinus and its diseases, surgical diseases of salivary gland diseases, ofacial clefts, dentoalveolar deformity, preprosthetic surgery, managment of oral cancer, reconstructive surgery and tempromandibular joint diseases.

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