Clinical Skill Canada
- Traning Sessions: 36 (2 times a week)
- Course Duration: 2 Months
- Type Of Exams: Evaluation of Dental procedures performance on simulated patients in a clinical setting.
- No. of Session: 2 Days
- Session Timings: Morning and Afternoon
- No. of Questions: Maximum Three (3)
- Minimum Required Score: Test Equated 75 or higher in Assessment of Fundamental Knowledge only
- Attempts Allowed: Maximum Three (3)
During the 2 day Assessment of Clinical Skills, participants will be evaluated on their performance of dental procedures on simulated patients (manikins) in a clinical setting. In order to participate in the Assessment of Clinical Skills, individuals must have received a minimum test equated score of 75 or higher on the Assessment of Fundamental Knowledge.
It is not a requirement to successfully complete the Assessment of Clinical Skills to register for the Assessment of Clinical Judgement. The Assessment of Clinical Skills and the Assessment of Clinical Judgement may be taken concurrently.
Participants have the privilege of taking the Assessment of Clinical Skills three (3) times.
Assessment of Clinical Skill Exam is very specific and minute details are carefully observed. Success is ensured only upon precise tooth preparations and realistic restorations. This training program focuses attention on reaching to ideal preparations and attaining life-like restorations.
The program is designed by highly experienced and professional faculties to allow participants build their knowledge base, sharpen skills and hone professional competency to obtain dental license for North America.
The program design will consist of following modules that provide participants in depth exposure to procedures to be performed by examinee during NDEB exam.
Faculty Instructors For This Course
Dr. Rushik graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2006 from the M P Dental College and Oral Research Center, Bhavnagar University. He focused his practice on Oral Implantology for many years. Dr. Rushik has served as an Instructor at Faculty of Dental Science, Dharmsinh Desai University. To contribute to the academic field, he penned his clinical experiences and the academic knowledge into a book titled “Essentials of Dentistry” (Jaypee Publications). He is one of the youngest authors in the field of Dental Science. Dr. Rushik conducts Comprehensive Training Program on Dental Implantology since years and has trained number of dentists. He successfully completed NDEB equivalency process, Canada in first attempt in 2012. More about him and his work can be read at www.drrushik.com.
- Class II Amalgum preparation
- Class III Composite Resin preparation
- Restore a pre-prepared tooth with a Class II Amalgum restoration
- Restore a pre-prepared tooth with a direct Class II composite resin restoration
- Restore a pre-prepared tooth with a direct Class IV composite resin restoration
- Endodontic access preparation on a molar tooth
- Ceramometal (porcelain fused to metal) crown preparation
- Full metal crown preparation
- Apply a rubber dam
- Fabricate a provisional crown restoration for a pre-prepared ceramometal tooth
- Record keepings
- Infection control & material hygiene