Prosthodontics is taught over nine semesters within the dental curriculum’s framework. Prosthodontics is divided into five separate disciplines as a result of the reformed dental curriculum, including the newly-added dental implant prothetic and gnathology subjects. The five disciplines are:

  1. Dental Materials (2nd semester) completed with a semi-final examination;
  2. Odontotechnology and Prosthodontics preclinical course I. and II.(3rd and 4th semesters) completed with a practical mark;

  3. Odontotechnology and Prosthodontics preclinical course III. (5th semester) completed with a final examination;

  4. Prosthodontics (6th, 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th semesters) completed with a final   examination;
  5. Gnathology (7th and 8th semester) completed with a final   examination;
  6. Clinical Dentistry i. and II. (9th and 10th semesters) completed with a practical mark.
Semester Subject Lecture Practice Examination
2. General Dental Materials 1 0 semifinal
  Odontochnology and Prosthodontics Preclinical Course Summer Practice      signature
3. Odontochnology and Prosthodontics Preclinical Course I. 1 2 pract.mark
4. Odontochnology and Prosthodontics Preclinical Course II. 1 3 pract.mark
5. Odontochnology and Prosthodontics Preclinical Course III. 0 3 final
6. Prosthodontics I. 1 3 pract.mark
7. Gnathology 1 2 final
7. Prosthodontics II. 1 6 semifinal
8. Prosthodontics III. 1 3 pract.mark
9. Prosthodontics IV. 0 3 pract.mark
9. Clinical Dentistry I. 0 6 pract.mark
10. Prosthodontics V. 0 3 final
10. Clinical Dentistry II. 0 6 pract.mark