Expected Learning Outcome


Practicing as Pediatric Dentist by showing commitment to provide the best services, responsibility, colleague, legal and ethic of health also rules of pediatric dentistry.

1.Dental Ethic, Medico Legal and Children Protection Laws.
Able to apply dental ethic by pay attention with any pediatric dentistry practical law including any aspects of children protection law. (C6, P4, A5)
1.Understanding any policies related to pediatric dentistry services. (C4, P4, A4)
2.Giving the best treatment with high integrity due to dental ethic, medico legal, and children protection laws. (C5, P4, A5)
3.Maintaining a good relation with dental organization and other related profession. (C6, P4, A5)
2.Effective Communication
Able to communicate, inform, and educate effectively and efficiently to the patient, parent, guardian, society, colleague, other related profession verbal and nonverbal as a multidiscipline team work. (C6, P5, A5)
4.Communicating with patient’s parent / guardian, and any different socio-economical, education, culture, and religion society. (C6, P5, A5)

5.Communicating with children in any range of age and behavior. (C6, P5, A5)
6.Building a good relation with children and special needs children also the parents to increase pediatric oral health. (C6, P5, A5)
7.Motivating children and parent cooperation in pediatric dental needs. (C6, P5, A5)
8.Communicating dental treatment planning at home with parent and children with special need’s nurse. (C5, P5, A5)
9.Communicating dental treatment planning with colleague and other related pediatric care profession. (C5, P4, A5)
10.Reffering pediatric patient to colleague and other profession as competent to treat the patient in accordance with pediatric dentistry standard operation procedure. (C6, P4, A5)
11Able to communicate and work as an integrating team in multidiscipline cases. (C6, P5, A5)
3.Information Management and Critical Thinking
Able to manage the information and think critically, scientifically, and effectively with evidence based dentistry approach to escalate the competency of pediatric dentist. (C5, P4, A5)
12.Looking for the professional information by using the latest technology. (C4, P4, A5)

13.Analyzing medical scientific research with evidence based dentistry approach. (C4, P4, A5)
14.Analyzing the qualification of treatment technique and the latest product by considering itsbenefit aspect. (C4, P4, A5)
15.Applying the latest principal and clinical technology technique. (C3, P4, A5)
16.Performing a self-developing researchand critical thinking in order to escalate the competency. (C5, P4, A5)
4.Profession Development
Able to practice the competency based on the lifetime learning competencies.(C5, P4, A5)
17.Making an effort to improve self-ability in practical work. (C5, P4, A5)
18.Showing self-ability as a team with other related professions. (C5, P4, A5)
5.Service Management in Pediatric Dentistry
Able to manage the practice of pediatric dentistry as a support of pediatric dentistry service . (C3, P4, A5)
19.Able to manage pediactric dentistry service. (C3, P4, A5)
20.Able to organize work environment based on situation and condition of pediatric dentistry. (C3, P4, A5 )
DOMAIN II. Academic Authorization in Advance Level
Academic Authorization in Advance Level with pediatric psychics, biomedical science, Oral Biology,Clinical medical science, Dentocraniofacial Developmental and growth science concerning the developmental of children behaviour, Oral hard and soft tissue’s pathology, Dentocraniofacial Developmental and growth in pediatric.
6.Psychicologic of Children / Developmental of Children Behaviour
Able to analyze the children behaviour based on age, children psychic, environment factor, medical record and dental record. (C4, P5, A5)
21.Connecting the children’s biopshycosocialdevelopmental and growth principles according to Children’s Developmental and growth phases. (C4, P5, A5)

22.Identifying the variety of children dental treatment behavior based on age. (C4, P5, A5)
23.Identifying the behavior of special needs children with biopshycosocial developmental and growth disorder. (C4, P5, A5)
7.Biomedical Science and Oral Biology
Able to assess a relevantBiomedical Sciences and Oral Biology in pediatric dentistry to establish diagnosis and prognosis, and to plan a treatment in pediatric dentistry. (C6, P5, A5)
24.Summarizing theories of biomedical and oral biology in order to establish the diagnosis and prognosis and to plan a treatment in pediactric dentistry. (C5, P5, A5)
8.Clinical Medical
Able to understand Pediatric medical Science, Anesthesia, and Children E.N.T (Ear, Nose, Throat ) science as a consideration to perform adental and oral care of special needs children. (C4, P4, A4)
25.Integrating pediatric medical science, anasthesia, children E.N.T science related to medical compromised patient in children oral and dental care. (C5, P3, A3)

26.Integrating pediatric medical science, and children E.N.T science related to physically disabled patient in children oral and dental care. (C5, P4, A4)
27.Integrating pediatric science, anasthesia, children E.N.T science related to mentally handicapped patient, in children oral and dental care. (C5, P4,A4)
28.Integrating pediatric science, anasthesia, and children E.N.T science related to socially handicapped patient, in children oral and dental care. (C5, P4, A4)
9.DentocraniofacialDevelopmental and Growth Science
Able to integrate dentocraniofacial developmental and growth science with stomatognatic function system and also dentocraniofacial malfunction because of developmentaland growthmalfunction. (C5, P5, A5)
29.Integrating any concept of dentocraniofacial developmental and growth. (C5, P4, A4)

30.Integrating biomechanic system, neuroanatomi, and functional occlusion to the principal of Triangular Force Concept. (C5, P4, A4)
31.Evaluating any factors which affect dentocraniofacial developmental and growth. (C5, P5, A5)
32.Correlating the etiology and the risk factor to the manifest of dentocraniofacial malfunction. (C5, P5, A5)
33.Correlating the etiology of dental abnormalities asa result of developmental and growth malfunction. (C5, P5, A5)
34. Identifying any abnormalities or syndromeswhich manifested in dentocraniofacial region as a result of developmental and growth malfunction. (C5, P5, A5)
Conducting specialist services to children holisticaly and comprehensively.
10.Specialist Management Of Children’s Behavior In Dental Care.
Able to approach as to overcome the children’s behavior with non-pharmacotheraupetic and pharmacotheraupetic in dental care.(C6, P5, A5)
35.Identifying any factors that affect child behavior. (C6, P4, A5)

36.Diagnosing any children’s behavior in dental care. (C6, P5, A5)
37.Differentiating children’s behavioral approaching techniques in non-pharmacotheraupetic and pharmacotheraupetic way in dental care. (C5, P4, A5)
38.Approaching techniques in accordance by behavior of children in the period of biopshycosocial developmental and growth. (C6, P5, A5)
11.Diagnosis and Prognosis
Able to establish diagnosis in children and special needs children stomatognatik problemassociated with the ethiology and the ability to establish prognosis
39.39. Elaborating medical history and dental record,clinical examination,laboratory supporting examination, and dental radiography.(C6, P5, A5)
40.Identifying problem in stomatognatic, diseaseand abnormalitiesin children. (C6, P5, A5)
41. Summing up a disease and/or stomatognatic disorderin children that referred from other specialist (pediatrician,child pshycologist, anasthesiologist, speechterapist, medical rehabilitation specialist) based on the actual cases. (C6, P5, A5)
42. Identifying dentofasial/oral abnormalities associated with bad oral habit. (C6, P5, A5)
43. Identify stomatognatic diseases and/or abnormalities in child abuse. (C6, P5, A5)
44.Identifying diseases and/or oral hard or soft tissues. (C6, P5, A5)
45.Identifying diseases and/or abnormalities in pulp or periodontal tissues. (C6, P5, A5)
46.Identifying a trauma case in dental and other supporting tissues. (C6, P5, A5)
47.Analyzing cephalometric for malocclusion treatment. (C6, P5, A4)
48.Analyzing radiography for treatment in temporomandibular joint disorder. (C5, P4, A4)
49.Identifying temporomandibular joint disorder. (C6, P4, A4)
50.Identifying dental emergency cases. (C6, P4, A4)
51.Establishing prognosis in stomatognathic problem based on the risk factor. (C6, P5, A5)
12.Able to integrate the principle and the purpose of dental traumaticmanagement, including child abuse (C5, P4, A4)52.Relating dento alveolar trauma with craniofacial developmentaland growth. (C5, P4, A4)

53.Relating orofacial manifestation with child abuse cases. (C5, P4, A4)
13.Treatment Planning
Able to determine a treatment planning based on diagnose for children and special needs.(C6, P5, A5)
54.Identifying treatment planning for stomatognatic system disorder. (C6, P5, A5)

55.Determining treatment priority based on risk factor of stomatognatic system in children.(C6, P5, A5)
56.Determining treatment planning modification based on dinamic diagnose in children. (C6, P5, A5)
57.Identifying treatment planning oforal and dental disease based on related specialist referral. (C5, P4, A4)
58.Determining treatment planning of tooth restoration in children. (C4, P3, A4)
59.Determining treatment planning of endodontic in children. (C4, P3, A4)
60.Determining treatment planning for oral bad habit. (C6, P5, A5)
61.Determining treatment planning for malocclusion in children. (C5, P5, A5)
62.Determining treatment planning for mastication muscle disorders. (C4, P4, A4).
63.Determining treatment plan for temporomandibular joint disorders.(C4, P4, A4)
64.Planning treatment for emergency cases in paediatric dentistry. (C5, P5, A5)
14.Case Management in Pediatric Dentistry
Able to perform the treatment of stomatognatic in children and special needs effectively and efficiently. (C6, P5, A5)
15.Performing restorative treatment in children. (C6, P5, A5)

16.Performing endodontic treatment in children. (C6, P5, A5)
17.Performing dentoalveolar trauma treatment. (C6, P5, A5)
18.Performing a treatment in periodontal and soft tissue diseases. (C6,P5,A5)
19.Recovering stomatognatic functions with or without appliances. (C6, P5, A5)
20.Performing malocclusion treatment during developmentaland growthof dentocraniofacial removable and fixed appliances, including modifying jaw growth (functional appliances) with removable appliances. (C6, P5, A5)
21.Designing and installing feeding plate, obturator, and denture in children as indicated. (C6, P5, A5)
22.Performing minor surgery (extraction with complication, excision, incision, exposured surgery) in hard and soft tissue as indicated.(C6, P5, A5)
23.Recovering temporomandibular joint function with or without appliances. (C4, P4, A3)
24.Maintaining disorders of the mastication muscles with or without appliances. (C4, P4, A4)
25.Approaching non-pharmacotherapeutic as indication of oral and mouth treatment in children. (C6, P5, A5)
26.Approaching pharmacotherapeutic as indication of oral and mouth treatment in children. (C6, P4, A5)
27.Approaching anasthetic inhalation as indication of oral and mouth treatment in children. (C6, P5, A5)
28.Performing oral and dental treatment under intravena and general anasthetic as indicated. (C4, P4, A4)
15.Prevention in pediatric dentistry
Able to prevent oral health disorder, diseases, and behaviour. (C6, P5, A5)
15.Determining early childhood caries, periodontal and oral disease, malocclusion, and bad habit, for primary and secondarily prevention. (C6, P5, A5)
16.Following up treatment that has been done in the form of home care instructions, referrals and periodical examinations. (C6, P5, A5)
17.Handling risk factors for dental and oral disorders/diseases affecting the systemic health of children. (C6, P5, A5)
18.Undertaking specialist promotive and preventive actions of pediatric dentistry. (C6, P5, A5)
19.Preventing malocclusion from early loss of primary teeth in children. (C6,P5, A5)