Bachelor of Dental Technology

Course overview

Statistics
Qualification Bachelor's Degree
Study mode Full-time
Duration 4 years
Intakes October
Tuition (Local students) $ 23,550
Tuition (Foreign students) $ 38,325

About

This program aims to prepare skilled dental technologists with theoretical and practical knowledge to contribute to dental healthcare effectively. They will learn how to plan, design, and create dental prostheses, including removable dentures. The program will cover basic biomedical sciences taught in the school of medicine.

Technological training will take place in the school of dentistry and dental hospitals. Students in the dental technology program will participate in course elements with undergraduate dental students to promote effective teamwork in their learning and future careers.

Admissions

Intakes

Fees

Tuition

$ 23,550
Local students
$ 38,325
Foreign students

Estimated cost as reported by the Institution.

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Entry Requirements

QUALIFICATION  ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS
A-Levels/STPM
Grades BBB, ABC or AAC in 3 subjects i.e.
Biology and Chemistry and Physics or Mathematics.
(Grade C can only be in either Physics or Mathematics)
AIMST Foundation in Science/ Matriculation/Foundation in Science/Pre-medical course** (course ≥ 1 year in the same
institution)
CGPA 3.0 (out of 4) in 3 subjects i.e.
Biology and Chemistry and Physics or Mathematics
UEC B4 each in 5 subjects i.e. Biology and Chemistry, Physics,
Mathematics and Additional Mathematics
UNSW Foundation /MUFY/Western Australia Curriculum Council/ HSC Sydney Australia/ Trinity College Foundation Studies/ Australian Universities Foundation Programmes/ South Australian Matriculation/ Victorian Certificate of Education, Australia Year 12/ Ausmat Aggregate or average of 80% or equivalent of B in 3 subjects
i.e. Biology and Chemistry and Physics or Mathematics Or
80% ATAR provided the subjects include
·         Biology
·         Chemistry and
·         Physics or Mathematics
National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) Level 3 / New Zealand Bursary Average of 80% in 3 subjects i.e. Biology and Chemistry
and Physics or Mathematics
CPU/ CIMP/ Canadian Grade 12/13/ Ontario Secondary School Diploma Grade 12 Average of 80% in 3 subjects i.e. Biology and Chemistry
and Physics or Mathematics
Indian Pre-University Average of 70% in 3 subjects i.e. Biology and Chemistry
and Physics or Mathematics
International Baccalaureate (IB) 30 points with a minimum of 2 science subjects or
Mathematics at Higher Level (HL) and 1 science subject at
Standard Level and attained a minimum score of 4
each in Biology, Chemistry and Physics or Mathematics
Diploma in Health Sciences (course ≥ 2 1/2 years or 5 semesters in the same institution) CGPA ≥ 3.5 (out of 4)
Diploma in Dental Technology CGPA 2.75 (Entry into year two (2) is subjected to credit
transfer exemption policy)

 

Curriculum

Year 1     

The first year introduces basic medical sciences like anatomy and physiology to enhance students' knowledge and understanding of dentistry. Here is what the students will be learning: 

  • Oral biology 
  • Physiology 
  • Dental laboratory 
  • Prosthetic technology

Students also will develop the laboratory skills to fabricate complete dentures, removable partial dentures, and orthodontic appliances.

Year 2

More detailed study of anatomy, physiology, pathology, oral microbiology, oral biology, dental material, and prosthetic technology will be taught.

Students will develop the laboratory skills to fabricate cast partial dentures, crown and bridge work, simple occlusal splint construction, and orthodontics appliances.

Year 3

In this course, students will receive training on the laboratory aspects of fixed prosthodontics, including creating crowns, bridges, veneers, inlays, and onlays.

They will develop laboratory skills to produce intraoral maxillofacial prostheses, orthodontic appliances, and complex occlusal splints.

Additionally, the curriculum includes health promotion and education principles, focusing on communication, sociology, and psychology.

Year 4 The final year emphasizes the application of knowledge and skills involved in managing complex dental cases like implant-supported crown and bridge work, precision attachments, and extra-oral maxillofacial prostheses.

 

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