Update Date : Wednesday, May 9, 2018   

Clinical Dentistry Program


Program Description


The course includes various theoretical and practical programs of the School of Dentistry as following:

  • Department of Community Oral Health: Geriatrics, Evidence-Based Dentistry
  • Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: Wisdom Teeth Secrets, Implant, Manage dentoalveolar trauma
  • Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology: A histopathologic review of common oral lesions
  • Department of Restorative Dentistry: Tooth bleaching workshop
  • Department of Orthodontic: Digital Orthodontics
  • Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Medicine: Oral lesion and treatment laser in oral and maxillofacial medicine
  • Department of Pediatric Dentistry: Diagnosis and treatment planning in pediatric dentistry, hospital dentistry procedures
  • Department of Endodontic: Electronic root canal measurement and step by step root canal treatment, Endodontic Rotary Instrumentation systems
  • Department of Periodontics: Crown Lengthening versus implant treatment
  • Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology
  • Department of Prosthodontics
  • Department of Dental Laboratory Technology

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Program Objectives


This course is suitable for clinicians who are interested in practical dentistry. The program aims to promote practical and academic skills of students. In addition, it will prepare an opportunity to improve their skills in following:

  • How to take a complete history before the surgery
  • How to manage preparation patient’s stress
  • How to make appropriate flaps for impacted wisdom teeth surgery
  • How to manage different types of wisdom teeth impaction
  • How to manage the complications before, during and after the surgery
  • How to suture the operation site to reduce postoperative periodontal problems
  • Communication and dental examination skills regarding the elderly
  • Discussing the histological appearance of specific pathological entities
  • Recognizing the clinical and/or radiographic manifestations of pathological conditions affecting the oral cavity
  • Distinguishing between different types of tooth discolorations
  • Describing various types of bleaching treatment planning
  • Describing various types of bleaching materials and methods
  • Management of tooth hypersensivity during or after tooth bleaching
  • Providing safety issues about tooth bleaching materials
  • How to manage CL and preparation for restorative treatment
  • Know the advantages of using digital orthodontics
  • Be familiar with 3D oral scanning and 3D printers
  • Be able to work with the Dolphin Software
  • Be able to work with the Clinical Data Management software


Method of Instruction


  • Lectures
  • Lecture-discussion
  • Field studies
  • Demonstration
  • Live-surgery


Program Location


TUMS School of Dentistry


Head of the Program


Dr. Pouyan Aminishakib


Program Director


Dr. Donya Alinejhad


Program Instructors


  • Dr .Ahmad Sodagar
  • Dr. Atefe Saffar
  • Dr. Simin Zahra Mohebbi
  • Dr. Reza Yazdani
  • Dr. Mohammadreza Khami
  • Dr. Saeed Nookar
  • Dr. Leila Sedighpoor
  • Dr. Masoomeh Tabatabaie
  • Dr. Fariba Motevasselian
  • Dr. Fereshteh Baghai
  • Dr. Nazanin Mahdavi
  • Dr. Mehrdad Panjnoosh
  • Dr. Hoorie Bashizadeh
  • Dr. Hossein Heidar
  • Dr. Alireza Parhiz
  • Dr. Kazem Ashofteh
  • Dr. Afshin Khorsand
  • Dr. Mojgan Paknezhad
  • Dr. Farzaneh Aghahosseini
  • Dr. Arghavan Tonkaboni
  • Dr. Hosseinali Mahgoli
  • Dr. Somayeh Niakan
  • Dr. Bahman Seraj
  • Dr. Shabnam Milani
  • Dr. Naghme Meraji
  • Dr. Tabassom Hooshmand
  • Dr. Reza Masaeli
  • Dr. Sepide Arab
  • Dr. Niloofar Haghbin


Numbers and Dates



Number Of Positions Offered 10
Program Duration 20 Days
Program Start Date June 30, 2018
Program Finish Date July 20, 2018
Application Deadline May 20, 2018
Tuition Fee $300


Who Can Attend


Dental students




Dental students at their last two years of BDS or DDS program


How To Apply


All applicants should apply online. Please note there is no in-person admission. You can fill in the Online Application Form and upload all the required documents. For more information on online application procedure please contact admission@tums.ac.ir


Visa Application


TUMS will assist you in obtaining your visa after you are admitted. All international students are required to obtain a student visa from the Iranian Consulate/Embassy in their home country before departing for Iran. After we receive your completed Visa Application Form (VAF), at least 6 to 8 weeks should be allowed for the completion of the visa application. Student will enter Iran with a one-month visa. After visiting their school and familiarizing themselves with the schedule and surroundings, students will be accompanied to the Iranian Ministry of Science, Research, and Technology in order to extend their student visa (if necessary).




If you require accommodation, you will be given the opportunity to use our international dormitories located close to campus in Tehran at student rate.