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Odontology 370


 
Module code ODO 370
Qualification Undergraduate
Faculty Faculty of Health Sciences
Module content

The modules in the subject odontology form an integrated curriculum that is structured and presented by various lecturers from different departments of the school. The modules consist of theoretical, practical and clinical training.  The theoretical training includes anatomy, embryology, histology, microbiology and pathology of the teeth and teeth structure, while the clinical training is focused on the preventive, curative, and minor rehabilitative treatment of teeth development and eruption malformations, dental caries, pulpal and peri-radicular pathology, unerupted and impacted teeth, and tooth wear as part of the ageing process.

Module credits 43.00
NQF Level 07
Prerequisites BOK 280,(BOK 281 or (BOK 285,287)),BOK 283,GNK 286,GNK 288,GPS 280,IKT 200,SMO 211,SMO 281
Contact time 2 lectures per week, 3 practicals per week
Language of tuition Module is presented in English
Department Odontology
Period of presentation Year

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