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Equipment

Professional equipment:
The college has a Fixed Denture Laboratory, Removable Denture Laboratory, Dental Ceramics Laboratory, Precise Casting Room, Resin Packing and Polymerizing Room, and Dental Materials Laboratory. With the most complete computer-aided design and manufacture (CAD / CAM) equipment to manufacture all-ceramic denture.

Fixed Partial Denture Laboratory

Location: G703

Introduction:

    A fixed partial denture is a prosthetic dental restoration, or filling, that is binded permanently to tooth roots, dental implants, or natural teeth. It is used to fill in spans, or gaps, caused by one or more missing teeth. The lay term for a fixed partial denture is "bridge," because its function is to "bridge" the space between teeth.

Courses:

1. Practice of Fixed Prosthodontics Technology (¢¹)( II )

2. Practice of Orthodontic Technology

3. Experiment of Dental Morphology (¢¹)( II )

4. Practice of Casting Technology

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Dental Ceramic Prosthetic Technology Laboratory

Location: G704

Introduction:

    Dental Ceramic is a porcelain used by a dental technician to create biocompatible lifelike dental restorations, such as  crowns, bridges, and veneers, for the patient. Evidence suggests they are effective (they are biocompatible, esthetic,  insoluble and have hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale), although for certain dental prostheses (such as three-unit molars porcelain fused to metal or in complete porcelain group) only zirconia-based restorations are recommended.

Courses:

1. Practice of Dental Ceramic Prosthetic Technology

2. Experiment of Dental Materials (¢¹)( II )

3. Practice of Dental Computer-Aided Design and

    Manufacturing

4. Practice of Dental Implant Laboratory Technology

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Complete Denture Technology Laboratory

Removable Partial Denture Technology Laboratory

Location: G705

Introduction:

     A removable partial denture is ¡§a partial denture that can be readily placed in the mouth and removed by the wearer.¡¨ Here, also, there is no mention of material, design or how the appliance is retained. A person who indicates they have a ¡§partial denture¡¨ they can remove may mean a simple all-resin appliance with no clasps, a similar appliance with simple wire clasps, a combination resin-cast metal appliance (described in the following sections), or a complicated appliance constructed in conjunction with fixed restorations known as a precision attachment removable partial denture. In this Lab., the term removable partial denture will apply to appliances with cast metal retentive mechanisms and resin bases.

Courses:

1. Practice of Removable Partial Denture Technology (¢¹)( II )

2. Practice of Complete Denture Technology (¢¹)( II )

3. Practice of Orthodontic Technology

4. Practice of Dental Soldering Technology

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Dental Materials Laboratory

Location: G708

Introduction:

     The dental laboratory materials are used to fabricate every type of indirect dental restoration. From dental models, to wax-ups for casting or design study, to final restorations in metal, ceramic, acrylic, or a combination, these materials¡Xand the tools and supplies that work with them¡Xare critical to providing dental prostheses.

Courses:

1. Experiment of Dental Materials (¢¹)( II )

2. Analysis of Materials

3. Practice of 3D Printing

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Digital Technology (CAD/CAM) Laboratory

Location: G704-1

Introduction:   

    CAD/CAM dentistry is a field of dentistry and prosthodontics using CAD/CAM (computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing) to improve the design and creation of dental restorations,[1][2] especially dental prostheses, including crowns, crown lays, veneers, inlays and onlays, fixed bridges, dental implant restorations, dentures (removable or fixed), and orthodontic appliances. CAD/CAM complements earlier technologies used for these purposes by any combination of increasing the speed of design and creation; increasing the convenience or simplicity of the design, creation, and insertion processes; and making possible restorations and appliances that otherwise would have been infeasible. Other goals include reducing unit cost and making affordable restorations and appliances that otherwise would have been prohibitively expensive.

Courses:

1. Experiment of Dental Materials (¢¹)( II )

2. Analysis of Materials

3. Practice of 3D Printing

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1.Davidowitz G, Kotick PG. (2011), "The use of CAD/CAM in dentistry.", Dent Clin North Am, 55 (3): 559¡V570, doi:10.1016/j.cden.2011.02.011.

2. Rekow D (1987), "Computer-aided design and manufacturing in dentistry: a review of the state of the art", J Prosthet Dent, 58 (4): 512¡V516, doi:10.1016/0022-3913(87)90285-X.



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