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Module 5

Appearance, Adaption and Emergency Management

Content of the module

Lecturers of this module

The Aesthetics, Function and Emergency Management module provides an overview of the possibility of aesthetic corrections of gum, tooth and bone structures. It provides a view beyond pure surgery to modern aesthetic restorations based on the latest composite and ceramic restoration materials and computer-aided methods. In addition, the function of the cranio-mandibular system is also the focus of attention. Here, disorders, effects and therapeutic approaches to occlusion and articulation are mediated.

The module is rounded off by an emergency course, which covers both dento-alveolar and general emergencies in practice. Here theoretical and practical content is taught beyond the actual field of periodontology in order to provide the student with further training in general, too.

Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. dent Felix Krause
Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. dent Felix Krause
Dr. med. dent. Johannes-Simon Wenzler
Dr. med. dent. Johannes-Simon Wenzler

What lecturers say about their module

The Aesthetics, Function and Emergency Management module provides an overview of the possibility of aesthetic corrections of gum, tooth and bone structures. It provides a view beyond pure surgery to modern aesthetic restorations based on the latest composite and ceramic restoration materials and computer-aided methods.

In addition, the function of the cranio-mandibular system is also the focus of attention. Here, disorders, effects and therapeutic approaches to occlusion and articulation are mediated.

The module is rounded off by an emergency course, which covers both dento-alveolar and general emergencies in practice. Here theoretical and practical content is taught beyond the actual field of periodontology in order to provide the student with further training in general, too.

The module is of central importance for the students: starting with the emergency management of various general and specific dental problems, the effects of problems of the cranio-mandibular system and its therapy, and the aesthetic restoration of various dento-alveolar structures, this module provides an overview of the entire dental practice and ventures more than one look at the human system as a whole.

There are many interfaces with general medicine and other areas of dentistry, which require extensive theoretical and practical training.

This module offers many interfaces with other areas of medicine, deals with their effects and therapeutic approaches. The initiation of the correct therapy is just as important in an emergency as the creation of good aesthetics at the end of the treatment, of course taking into account all therapeutic effects on the function of the oral system.

It completes the student as a dentist and gives him new input, also for the general medical emergency area.