2018
DOI: 10.16966/2378-7090.260
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Clinical Undergraduate Endodontic Teaching in King Saud University: Student’s Experience, Perception, and Self-Confidence Levels

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“…However, for both groups studied, satisfaction decreased as the complexity of the endodontic procedure increased. Similar results are confirmed by a study from Saudi Arabia, in which students expressed confidence in simple endodontic procedures and a lack of confidence in more complex designs 26 . Students also felt that patient selection, intensification of preclinical and clinical practice, introduction to new working techniques, and a better student–mentor relationship would improve their knowledge of endodontics.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 63%
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“…However, for both groups studied, satisfaction decreased as the complexity of the endodontic procedure increased. Similar results are confirmed by a study from Saudi Arabia, in which students expressed confidence in simple endodontic procedures and a lack of confidence in more complex designs 26 . Students also felt that patient selection, intensification of preclinical and clinical practice, introduction to new working techniques, and a better student–mentor relationship would improve their knowledge of endodontics.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 63%
“…Similar results are confirmed by a study from Saudi Arabia, in which students expressed confidence in simple endodontic procedures and a lack of confidence in more complex designs. 26 Students also felt that patient selection, intensification of preclinical and clinical practice, introduction to new working techniques, and a better student-mentor relationship would improve their knowledge of endodontics. The above changes would also increase the satisfaction of Croatian dental students.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These errors in RCT may be related to access opening, in which several types of mishaps occur, such as accidental treatment of the wrong tooth due to incorrect diagnosis or inattention of the dentist, missing the root canal as not all the root canals are easily accessible, damaging the existing tooth with a porcelain crown, accidental perforation, or crown fracture [3] . Some mishaps are concerned with the instrumentation, where at times a ledge is formed in the root canal of the patient's tooth that restricts the penetration of the instrument, and when unnecessarily over-sized files are used, causing apical and/or cervical perforations [4] . During canal preparation, the instrument being used is sometimes separated, mostly because the instrument is stressed or there might be some manufacturing defects, and blockage of the canal may also occur due to the inadequate use of dental clips where the patent canal is disturbed [5] .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…[3] Some mishaps are concerned with the instrumentation, where at times a ledge is formed in the root canal of the patient's tooth that restricts the penetration of the instrument, and when unnecessarily over-sized files are used, causing apical and/or cervical perforations. [4] During canal preparation, the instrument being used is sometimes separated, mostly because the instrument is stressed or there might be some manufacturing defects, and blockage of the canal may also occur due to the inadequate use of dental clips where the patent canal is disturbed. [5] Other mishaps are under-and over-obturation concerned as well, where the cone is not fitted precisely, nerve paraesthesia or damage with loss of sensation may occur, and vertical root fractures may occur.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Most of the male and female students believed that they do not have any difficulty in differentiating healthy pulpal and periapical tissues from conditions of pulpal and periapical diseases. Some researchers that have evaluated the confidence levels of students regarding different endodontic treatment procedures have also reported a high level of confidence in students pertaining to appropriate pulpal and periapical diagnosis [9,25]. This may be attributed to the fact that in most dental schools, during the third year, students attend endodontic pre-clinical skills labs and lectures.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%