DENT5307 Complex Oral Rehabilitation 2

6 points
(see Timetable)
Non-standard teaching periodUWA (Perth)Face to face
This unit equips students with the theoretical knowledge and clinical competencies for the comprehensive management of complex patients.
Students are able to (1) comprehensively manage complex cases; (2) formulate a definitive treatment program; (3) implement all stages of the treatment program; (4) evaluate the outcome of treatment on completion of the treatment program against the initial stated objective; and (5) develop and implement a future clinical pathway for the long-term monitoring and maintenance of the case.
Typically this unit is assessed in the following ways: (1) a two-hour mid-semester examination (integrated across modules, unit based); (2) a three-hour end-of-semester examination (integrated across units with DENT5305 Special Needs Dentistry and Orofacial Pain and DENT5306 Introduction to Dental Practice, Maxillofacial Infections and Trauma); (3) continuous clinical assessment (every clinical session); and (4) at least two instances of formative assessment. Further information is available in the unit outline.

Supplementary assessment is not available in this unit.
Unit Coordinator(s)
Dr Poh Hun Loh
Unit rules
DENT5301 Microbiology, Oral Pathology and Temporomandibular Disorders DENT5302 Research, Dental Public Health and Oral Implantology DENT5303 Complex Oral Rehabilitation 1 DENT5304 Child and Adolescent Comprehensive Oral Care 1 and Orthodontics
DENT5305 Special Needs Dentistry and Orofacial Pain; DENT5306 Introduction to Dental Practice, Maxillofacial Infections and Trauma; DENT5308 Child and Adolescent Comprehensive Oral Care 2 and Research
Approved quota: 56—domestic (50) and international (6). For school leavers—rural (3), Metropolitan Pathway (3), Indigenous (3), high academic achievement (5), international (3). For graduates—rural (2), Metropolitan Pathway (2), Indigenous (2), international (3), graduates (30).
Contact hours
Unit hours - 21 hours (includes lectures, practicals and clinics).
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