Medical Chemistry Laboratory
This lab helps students to learn how to study chemicals and how to handle them through identifying substances and making qualitative and quantitative tests as well as dealing with acids, alkalis and many other vital compounds such as carbohydrates and fats and defining each substance and the effect it has on public health and society.
Dental college students are taught biochemistry (for the second stage) and organic and inorganic chemistry (for the first stage).
Dental Material Laboratory
This lab helps students to learn how to deal with all the different materials, especially the materials that are part of the work of prosthodontics, cosmetic fillings, root canal fillings, pouring impressions and all that is relevant in terms of the physical, chemical and mechanical properties of the ةmaterials used in these operations.
This science is regarded as the starting point for many health professions. It aims to teach students all anatomy-related details so that they can have a solid base in each specialty. Anatomy covers the main body parts such as bones, muscles and other vital organs and their locations, and identifies the differences within. In the study of dentistry, students are introduced to all that is related to the face, jaws and associated oral structure so that they can thoroughly understand the teeth and their associated tissues, nerves, muscles and bones.
Dental Anatomy Laboratory
This subject is taught in the first stage where and students learn the anatomical features of the teeth, with particular details for each tooth.
In this laboratory, students are trained to make partial and complete removable dentures to prepare them for practice on patients. This training takes place at the second and third practical stages to enable students to fully understand and implement the details of this specialty under the supervision of their seniors in order to facilitate their practice later. For their part, seniors follow up the size of trays and match them with each case.
Second-stage students are taught the laboratory steps to make complete dentures while third-stage students are taught the laboratory steps to make partial dentures.
Third-stage students are taught the laboratory steps to make (temporary, permanent) fillings and how to do cavity preparations and fillings. Practice is done on mannequins designed for this purpose to help students have a clear and full view of the process as well as to teach them the procedures to prepare fixed partial prostheses. All these steps constitute a series that can make students scientifically capable of preparing and making fillings.
The subject of computer is important for students with its theoretical and practical aspects. This lab helps students to practice the theoretical part of their study. The lab is technologically designed for basic education classes. At this time, computer has become a highly important education means that helps students with preparing, writing, designing and typing researches and reports and other activities. Thus, acquiring computer skills is a necessity and learning to use computer programs and software is essential, particularly (Microsoft Office) and other programs. Other subjects are also being studied in this lab.