Simulators for training are now not only for pilots, a virtual clinic for dentists – how it works
A new dental education program has been launched that offers innovative training for aspiring dentists. The program, which is being offered by several leading dental schools across the country, combines traditional classroom instruction with hands-on experience in a virtual space where a dental clinic is simulated.
According to Dr. Rachel Kim, a professor of dentistry at one of the participating schools, the program is designed to give students a more immersive and practical education in dentistry. “We believe that the best way for students to learn is through experience,” she said. “By giving them hands-on experience in a simulated dental clinic, we can better prepare them for real-world practice.”
The program includes courses on dental anatomy, oral pathology, and dental procedures, as well as opportunities for students to work with real patients in a supervised setting. The simulated dental clinic includes state-of-the-art equipment and technology, including virtual reality training tools that allow students to practice dental procedures in a simulated environment.
Students who complete the program will be well-prepared for careers in dentistry, with the skills and knowledge necessary to provide high-quality dental care to their patients. “We believe that this program will help to raise the standard of dental education and training across the country,” said Dr. Kim.
The program has already received positive feedback from students who have participated in the program. “I feel much more confident in my ability to provide dental care after completing this program,” said John, a recent graduate of the program. “The hands-on experience and simulated clinic were invaluable in preparing me for real-world practice.”
The dental schools participating in the program hope that it will serve as a model for other dental schools across the country, and that it will help to improve the quality of dental education and training for aspiring dentists.
Virtual reality can help patients, for example, to overcome their fear of dental procedures. Through virtual reality, patients become accustomed to the equipment, sounds, and environment of the dental office. This significantly reduces anxiety before a real visit to the dental office and is used by advanced dental clinics.
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