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Simulation center for oral surgery, dental implantology and maxillofacial

  Surgery is a new model of education, which implements innovative forms of training in medical education and the target setting of practicing practical skills and abilities through the use of simulation rooms, training rooms with the use of phantoms, moulages, virtual robotic mannequins of VI generation. The emergence of simulation education opportunities for students in practical surgical dentistry is a new, promising direction. The use of new type of stimulators in surgical dentistry should be not only observation, but also to conduct all practical skills independently and solve various clinical situations during the reception of patients with pathology of maxillofacial region (MFR).

 Purpose of the Simulation Center:

  High growth rate and training of students and professionals in the field of surgical dentistry using simulation techniques and technology, which includes creating an environment in which students and professionals practice and perform activities in realistic settings, simulating various work situations and procedures.

Objectives of the Simulation Center:

  • Education and Training: The main objective of the Simulation Center is to provide students with practical skills and experience in dental surgery. The center offers courses in treatment, diagnostic techniques and treatment of diseases of the maxillofacial region (MFR), as well as the development of practical skills useful for practical practice in real clinical practice.
  • Development of issues: The Center aims to improve the professional skills and competencies of students and professionals in the field of dental surgery. It provides training in decision making, patient communication, work ethics and other aspects of professional practice.
  • Improving Surgical Skills: The simulation center provides training in surgical skills such as surgical interventions, microsurgery and laser surgery. Students and professionals can learn techniques, improve accuracy and skill, and explore new techniques and innovations in dental surgery.
  • Simulation of various manifestations: the Center offers simulations of various manifestations that ophthalmologists encounter in daily practice. This allows students to utilize the skills needed to respond quickly to unexpected situations.
  • Research and Development: The center can also engage in research and develop new techniques, technologies and tools in the field of dental surgery. It

The simulation classroom consists of 4 zones:

Diagnostic Training Zone: In this observer, students practice diagnostic skills for diseases of the maxillofacial region (MFR). Here, there is usually a simulation of the eye structure and other models of diagnostic procedures.

Surgical Skills Training Area. It may contain mannequins or phantoms, basic instruments and apparatus to augment maxillofacial surgeries such as 3D printer, coagulator and other procedures.

Permanent Reality and Simulation Zone: In this zone, state-of-the-art high reality and computer simulation technologies are followed to create virtual environments that simulate work situations and procedures. Here, learners choose to practice different scenarios, consider and incorporate consumption skills in a need-based manner.

Lecture courses training area: in this overview, lecture courses and training in theoretical aspects of dental surgery. Materials on presentations for lectures and conferences are collected here.

Diagnostic training area

  The Diagnostic Training Area in the Surgical Dentistry Simulation Center is a specially organized area where students and professionals can develop and practice skills in diagnosing diseases of the maxillofacial region (MFR). This area provides the facilities and equipment necessary to perform various diagnostic procedures, simulate the appearance of problems and apply the basic techniques and instruments requested in dental surgery. Resources and tools are provided as part of the diagnostic observation: Diagnostic equipment: this includes forceps, elevators, needle holders, and other specialized instruments used to assess oral health so that students use the instruments to examine the oral cavity and maxillofacial region (MFR), identify pathologic processes in the maxillofacial region (MFR), and perform diagnostic procedures

The ophthalmic skills training area

  is focused on learning and with skills natural to dental procedures. In this observers students, residents and specialists practice and develop their technical skills and procedures related to the diagnosis and treatment of dental diseases.

A permanent reality and simulation zone

  is a special space where elements of the real world and simulation are combined for teaching, training or research purposes. This zone is created with an experience that combines the realism of the real environment with exposure to simulation conditions. This can be observed through the use of observable objects, models, equipment and phenomena to create an authentic experience and emotional engagement.

Lecture Course Learning Zone

  This zone collects knowledge in the form of presentations, lectures, or other learning materials provided by experienced faculty or subject matter experts. Resources and facilities such as classrooms or classrooms are provided in lecture course observations. The simulation center provides dedicated activities or classrooms equipped with comfortable seating for trainees, observers, audio and video equipment for lectures.

Debriefing and observation area

  participants in simulation situations analyze and discuss their actions, results and the process of performing the task. This opportunity allows for high speed, lessons learned and learning of important points from past experiences. Facilitators, who may be experienced trainers or instructors, require careful analysis and discussion of specific actions and decisions. They consider a safe and supportive environment where participants are free to express their thoughts and questions and to share their observations and realizations.

  When conducting a practical lesson in the simulation room, the instructor will be able to assess the ratio of theoretical and practical knowledge of students on the subject.