The faculty’s educational program aims to:

  • Studying and understanding the basic biomedical sciences related to the specialization of dentistry, and enabling it to practice professionally based on scientific methodology.
  • Understand the basics of genetics, the basics of embryonic development, growth processes, genetic and environmental factors affecting them and the resulting formative defects, especially in the face and jaw area.
  • Understanding the close relationship between the structure and function of different body organs and, in particular, the area of ​​the mouth, face, jaws and neck.
  • Understanding the microscopic structure of different tissues and organs.
  • Understanding the basics of microbiology and organisms of human importance (bacterial, viral and fungal), how they are transmitted, the relationship between microbes and the body, how diseases occur and ways to resist them. It also includes a deep understanding of oral and dental diseases that microorganisms play a role on it, and methods of prevention and laboratory diagnosis.
  • Understand the basics of immunology, and components of the immune system, mechanisms of defense and diseases resulting from disorders of the immune system.
  • Understand the basic rules of general pathology and pathology of the mouth.
  • Studying the fundamentals of systemic and surgical systemic diseases related to the practice of dentistry so that the graduate can identify the oral diseases resulting from them and deal wisely with patients with these diseases and those who visit the dental clinics.
  • Develop the student’s ability to interpret and explain the symptoms associated with general systemic diseases, oral and dental diseases and their relationship together, and acquire the necessary skills and expertise that enable him to work alone or within a team to provide the expected care of his patients with the ability to develop and implement comprehensive treatment plans.
  • Study the basic medicines, and understand the mechanisms of its work and its uses in the treatment of diseases of mouth and teeth and their interference and damage as a result.
  • Studying, understanding and understanding basic, theoretical and applied dental sciences, including biomedical sciences, so that he can diagnose oral and dental diseases and provide the best possible service to patients of different age groups.
  • To acquire the skills and ethics of scientific research and identify its priorities and requirements in the context of lifelong learning.