After the successful completion of the periodontology course , the graduates will be able :-
CO 1 – To learn the etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis and management of gingival and periodontal diseases and conditions along with the preventive measures with emphasis on Indian population.
CO 2 – To develop an in depth knowledge of the applied anatomy including histology and molecular biology of periodontal tissues and to acquire the knowledge and clinical skills through simulation devices.
CO 3 – To conduct a comprehensive examination of the patient in general, with special emphasis on periodontal tissues and to advise for necessary investigations and interpret the test results.
CO 4-To execute the appropriate non surgical, surgical or supportive periodontal treatment in a comprehensive manner with competency in controlling pain and anxiety
CO 5-To impart an essential knowledge of personal hygiene, infection control, prevention of cross infection and safe disposal of waste, keeping in view the risk of transmission of potential communicable and transmissible infections like Hepatitis and HIV.
CO 6-To communicate clearly, and professionally with good interpersonal skills to the patients, care givers and other members of the dental team.
CO 7 -To acquire skills to exercise empathy and high ethical standards in patient care.
CO 8–To make rational clinical judgements in complex and challenging situations and foster critical thinking and research aptitude.
CO 9– To understand the role of socio demographic, behavioural and environmental determinates of periodontal disease including smoking, tobacco use and other deleterious habits.
CO 10– To upgrade knowledge by attending courses, conferences and seminars relevant to periodontics and oral implantology and by self-learning process.