Clinic Year 3


Course Objective

Competences covered according to the General Educational Framework
Dentistry 2008: I (5); II (5); III (5); IV (5); V (5); VI a, b, d-h, i
(4), j-n, p, s, u-v (5); VII (5)
The student
• has proficient skills in the field of treatment planning;
• has proficient skills in the execution of the treatment;
• is able to communicate the plan and the treatment results with
the referring dentist and
• is able to perform a review of completed and recall patients.
In the third year this has a special focus on the treatment of
(partially) edentulous patients in need of bone augmentation.

Course Content

The goal of this course module is to provide the students enrolled in
the specialist course Oral Implantology and Implant Prosthetics with the
appropriate skills to plan and execute a complete implant treatment and
bone regeneration / augmentation. He/she must recognize and diagnose the
prosthetic problems involved with loss of bone and be able to provide an
adequate treatment plan and be able to perform the proposed treatment.
He/she must recognize the limitations of Oral Implants and Implant
prosthodontics in augmented situations and be able to provide
alternative treatment plans if indicated. Al necessary pre-implant
treatment skills involved with bone augmentation and bone regeneration
must be achieved and the student must have the ability to provide the
planned Implant treatment and the supported superstructure at a
proficient level in the augmented patient. Furthermore he/she must be
able to communicate the plan, the executed treatment and the evaluation
thereof results with the referring dentists and dental specialists if
All treatment plans are discussed with the personal supervisor prior to
any treatment execution. All the treatment interventions are carried out
under the supervision of a staff ,member of the department of Oral
Implantology and Prosthetic Dentistry. Every treatment is registered and
the students are provided with feedback directly during treatment and
during 360 degrees feedback after the clinic. All results are registered
in the students log book.

Teaching Methods

Practical work; Training; Supervision; Intervision

Method of Assessment

Learning assessent (Good; Pass; Fail)
• Competence Overview
• Final Defence of Clinical Cases

A prerequisite for grade registration (Good; Pass; Fail) is successful
completion of both the Competence Overview and the Final Defence of
Clinical Cases.

For grade procedure final defence of clinical cases, see Canvas.


• Relevant clinical protocols and guidelines
• Recent articles with a clinical focus/relevance

Additional Information

Entry requirements: The student needs to have passed the second-year
Clinical Course successfully before being admitted to the third-year
Clinical Course.

General Information

Course Code T_I3CLIN
Credits 30 EC
Period Ac. Year (sept)
Course Level 600
Language of Tuition English
Faculty Faculty of Dentistry
Course Coordinator prof. dr. B.G. Loos MSc
Examiner prof. dr. B.G. Loos MSc
Teaching Staff drs. E. Rikken
drs. P.W. van Elsas
drs. J. Huigen
drs. J.H.P. Cosse
dr. E.J. Blom

Practical Information

You need to register for this course yourself