Disciplinary Rules in Dentistry School
Disciplinary Rules of Coverage at the University
1. Specific coverage of the university's teaching environment (classes, study trips, camps, self-service, in-service services, etc.)
Clothes should always be simple and well-dressed, in good condition and in dignity of the university and be different from the clothes of other environments such as festivals, environments, sports recreation, recreation, and away from the extreme modes.
The color of the clothes should be balanced and not nasty and should not attract attention.
Uniforms used at the university must not be prohibited.
2- Shoes and socks
Shoes should be simple and dignified.
Sandals and Slippers: Very high heels (over 5 cm), high heels (to the knees) should not be worn if wearing shorts and shoes used at parties and special occasions.
Wearing socks in educational settings is a must.
The color of socks and shoes should be balanced, not nasty.
3. Jewelery and ornaments
Jewelry and ornaments used in educational settings should be of permissible circumstances (such as wedding rings, watches, etc.).
4. Aromatic substances: The use of mild aromatic substances is permitted.
5- Apparel and makeup
Cosmetics that attract the attention of others are prohibited in the educational environment (such as the use of dentures and gel for boys and facial cosmetics for girls).
Nail length should be appropriate. The use of lacquers, artificial nails and nail jewelry is prohibited.
Hair styling and trimming should be appropriate to the dignity of the university.
6. Personal hygiene is a prerequisite for college students.
7. Special coverage of clinical and laboratory sections and training
Wearing uniforms in the clinical and professional departments is essential.
Wearing too tight or too tight is not permitted.
The thickness of the underwear should be such that it does not appear underneath the underwear (wear underwear alone or skirts and loops that identify a part of the body).
Clothes should be clean and tidy, especially clothes used in a hospital setting or….
Wearing socks of the right thickness, shoes with the appropriate heels are essential.
8. It is forbidden to use perfume and perfume with sharp odors in clinical practice.
9. It is forbidden to use face and nail polishes in clinical and diagnostic departments.
10-Examples of clothing, clothing accessories, etc. (unauthorized)
No cap is prohibited to use.
Do not cover the head, neck, chest and anywhere else except the face and hands to the wrist (such as the use of short and scarfs, the use of thin socks, etc.)