Endodontology and Traumatology

2019-2020

Course Objective

Competences according to the General Educational framework Dentistry
2008 are: I (4), II (4), III (5), IV d, e (5), V d-h (5), VI (4), VII
(4)
The student has
• experience in performing clinical pulpal diagnosis (using different
pulp testing methods), risk-assessment, prognosis and performing various
endodontic treatments in primary and (young) permanent teeth
• in-depth knowledge and experience in dental trauma (prevention,
diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, complications) of primary and young
(im)mature permanent teeth

Course Content

Within this course, the theoretical basics of the dentino-pulpal complex
in (young) children will be refreshed and the students will require
specific knowledge and experience regarding paedodontic endodontics,
including direct pulp capping, (partial) pulpotomy, pulpectomy and
apexification. Conventional and new strategies or insights will be
discussed based on relevant and updated literature. The students will
also be encouraged to practice various strategies in the clinic. They
will have to motivate their decisions, supported by relevant and
accurate literature.
Furthermore, the students will be provided with accurate knowledge on
dental traumatology concerning treatment procedures and current
(international) protocols, complications and treatment of these
complications. Conventional and new strategies or insights will be
discussed based on relevant and updated literature.

Teaching Methods

Seminars; Assignment

Method of Assessment

Learning assessment
The student needs to pass all components undermentioned
• Overall assessment of assignments during the seminars (grade: Good;
Pass; or Fail)
• Final written exam at the end of the year (open questions and multiple
choice) (grade: 1-10)

Grading
• A prerequisite for grade registration (grade 1-10) is successful
completion of the seminar assignments. In case of a fail for one or more
of the seminar assignments and a pass for the final exam, a 5.0 will be
registered and students will need to retake the relevant seminar
assignments.

Literature

• Strijp van A, Amerongen J, Kloet de H, Loveren van C, Roeters F,
Verhoef A. Cariëslaesies. Prelum. 6e druk; 2015
• Fejerskov O, Nyvad B, Kidd E. Dental caries: the disease and its
management, 3th edition 2015. Wiley-Blackwell
• Loveren van C, Weijden van der GA. Preventieve tandheelkunde. Meest
recente druk.
• Van Amerongen W, Berendsen W, Martens L, Veerkamp J.
Kindertandheelkunde I. Bohn Stafleu van Loghem; 2001.
• Van Amerongen W, Berendsen W, Martens L, Veerkamp J.
Kindertandheelkunde II. Bohn Stafleu van Loghem; 2004.
• Andreasen JO, Bakland LK, Flores MT, Andreasen FM, Andersson L.
Traumatic Dental Injuries: a manual, 3th edition 2011, Wiley-Blackwell
• Tsukiboshi M. Tandletsel, diagnose en behandeling in de algemene
praktijk. 2014
• Reader with selected research papers.

General Information

Course Code T_ENDOTRPD2
Credits 4 EC
Period Ac. Year (sept)
Course Level 400
Language of Tuition English
Faculty Faculty of Dentistry
Course Coordinator dr. C.C. Bonifacio DDS
Examiner dr. C.C. Bonifacio DDS
Teaching Staff dr. D. Hesse
dr. H. Shemesh
drs. C.J. Warnsinck

Practical Information

You need to register for this course yourself