Oral components, anatomy and histology of oral structures, tooth formation and development, bone generation, dental abnormalities.

Principles of genetics, gene function, genetic engineering, intrauterine growth from fertilization to fully developed stage, application of the knowledge to explain pathogenesis of congenital malformations, deformations and chromosomal abnormalities.

Information searching skill, ethics in academic writing, reading skill, short note-taking skill, mind mapping, reasoning, and logical thinking skills, critical thinking, debating skill, the importance of evidence-based dentistry, definition and classification of scientific evidence, academic database, citation systems and methods in dentistry

This course applies Physic theory to explain various phenomena in nature and utilize this theory for medical and health science proposes. This course covers mechanics, heat, physical properties of gas and liquid, biological electric, sound and mechanic waves, light and electromagnetic wave, radioactive and nuclear pathology, as well as medical equipment and devices.