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Orthodontics Specialist Prometric Exams

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UAE SPECIALIST PROMETRIC EXAM (MOH DHA HAAD) FOR ORTHODONTISTS

Eligibility:

Exam Pattern:

3 years of experience as a specialist dentist in your home country after the post-graduate degree.

Syllabus

  • Type: Multiple Choice Questions

  • No. of Qns: 150

  • Duration: 165 mins

  • Pass %: 70%

  1. Developing Dentofacial Problems (Interceptive orthodontics for Intra-arch problems)

  2. Dentofacial Orthopedics (Interceptive orthodontics for inter-arch problems)

  3. Dental Materials

  4. Major Dentofacial Abnormalities

  5. Orthodontic Treatment Phases and Mechanotherapy

  6. Contemporary Orthodontic Techniques

  7. Occlusion and Temporomandibular Disorders

  8. Interdisciplinary Care of Adult Patients

  9. Principles of Appliance Design and Biomechanics

  10. Photography, Radiology, Cephalometry and Record keeping

  11. Retention and Stability

  12. Patient Motivation

  13. Patient Safety

  14. Professionalism and Ethics

Books to Refer:

  1. Contemporary Orthodontics; William Proffit, Henry Fields, David Sarver. Publisher: Elsevier, St. Louis, USA, Latest Edition.

  2. Orthodontics, Current Principles and Techniques; Lee Graber, Robert Vanarsdall, Katherine Vig. Publisher: Elsevier, St. Louis, USA, Latest Edition.

  3. Professionalism and Ethics, Handbook for Residents, Practical guide, Prof. James Ware, Dr. Abdulaziz Fahad Alkaabba, Dr. Ghaiath MA Hussein, Prof. Omar Hasan Kasule, SCFHS, Latest Edition.

  4. Essentials of Patient Safety, SCHS, Latest Edition.

  5. Understanding Patient Safety, Robert Wachter and Kiran Gupta, Latest Edition.

SAUDI COMMISSION FOR HEALTH SPECIALITIES (SCFHS) FOR ORTHODONTISTS

Eligibility:

2 years of experience as a specialist dentist in your home country after the post-graduate degree.

Exam Pattern:

  • Type: Multiple Choice Questions

  • No. of Qns: 200

  • Duration: 4 Hours

  • Pass %: Registrar- 65% ; Senior Registrar- 70%

Syllabus

  1. Growth and Development - 5%

  2. Etiology of Malocclusion - 5%

  3. Cephalometric Analysis - 8%

  4. Biomechanics and Biology of Tooth Movement - 8%

  5. Interceptive Orthodontic Treatment - 14%

  6. Comprehensive Treatment in Preadolescents and Adolescents - 16%

  7. Adult and Adjunctive Orthodontics - 10%

  8. Orthognathic Surgery - 8%

  9. Craniofacial Deformities - 5%

  10. Retention and Stability - 5%

  11. Special Considerations in Orthodontics - 6%

  12. Patient Safety - 5%

  13. Professionalism and Ethics - 5%

Books to Refer:

  1. Contemporary Orthodontics; William Proffit, Henry Fields, David Sarver. Publisher: Elsevier, St. Louis, USA, Latest Edition.

  2. Orthodontics, Current Principles and Techniques; Lee Graber, Robert Vanarsdall, Katherine Vig. Publisher: Elsevier, St. Louis, USA, Latest Edition.

  3. Understanding Patient Safety, Robert Wachter and Kiran Gupta, Latest Edition.

  4. Radiographic Cphalometry from Basics to 3‐D Imaging, Alexander Jacobson 2nd edition 2006.

  5. Esthetics and Biomechanics in Orthodontics, Ravindra Nanda, 2nd edition.

  6. Contemporary Orthodontics, latest edition by Authors: William Proffit Henry Fields Brent Larson David Sarve)

  7. Professionalism and Ethics, Handbook for Residents, Practical guide, Prof. James Ware, Dr. Abdulaziz Fahad Alkaabba, Dr. Ghaiath MA Hussein, Prof. Omar Hasan Kasule, SCFHS, Latest Edition.

  8. Essentials of Patient Safety, SCHS, Latest Edition.