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DENT 335: CONSERVATIVE DENTISTRY 1 (4 credit hours: 1 theory, 3 practical) Jordan University of Science and Technology Faculty of Dentistry Department of Conservative Dentistry First Semester Course Syllabus Course Information Course Title Conservative Dentistry 1(Operative Dentistry) Course Code Dent 335 Prerequisites None Course Website N-A Instructor Dr.Ghada Maghaireh Office Location Health Center-Irbid Office Phone N-A Office Hours N-A E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Teaching NA Assistant(s) Course Description This preclinical course includes a theoretical and practical component. The theoretical component is designed to give the third year students basic cognitive knowledge of the principels, terminology, instruments, materials and techniques utilized in the practice of Operative Dentistry. The practical component provides the student with the initial experience in the application of restorative procedures for managing the carious process on phantom heads. The student should perform a series of clinical exercises utilizing current instrumentation, materials, and techniques. Text Book Title Fundamentals of Operative Dentistry Author(s) James B.Summitt, J.William Robbins, Richard S.Schwartz Publisher Year Edition Third Edition Book Website The Art & Science of Operative Dentistry, Theodore M.Roberson, Harald O.Heymann, Edward J.Swift JR., Fourth References Edition. * Other assigned reading materials Assessment Policy Assessment Policy N-A Assessment Type Midterm practical = 15 Midterm First Midterm theory = 15 Exam Total = 30 Second Exam NA Final practical = 30 Final Exam Final theory =- 30 Total = 60 Assignments Lab work = 10 Attendance N-A Course Objectives Weights To understand the principals, terminology, instruments, 30% materials and techniques used in the practice of Operative Dentistry To understand the use of amalgam, resin composite and 20% glass inomer materials in the scope of operative Dentistry. To understand the basic principles of cavity design for amalgam and resin composite restorations. 30% To practice caries removal and pulp protection prior to restorative procedures on extracted natural teeth. 10% To understand and practice perator positions for operative procedures. 10% Teaching & Learning Methods Classroom lectures Tests and exams Review of exams Textbook reading assignments Lab demonstrations and videos The Operative Dentistry manual Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to Relate d Refrance Object ive(s) List and differentiate between different Chapter # 6 in 1 methods of cavities classifications. Fundamentals Identify the component parts of a prepared Chapter # 6 in 2 cavity. Fundamentals List and describe the basic steps in cavity chapter 6 in Art & 3 preparation, in order or sequence. Science Identify instruments by name and use. Chapter # 6 in 4 Fundamentals Describe and give reasons for the Chapter 6 in Art & 5 differences between the cavity preparation Science for amalgam and resin composite. List the basic physical properties of and Chapter 6 in Art & 6 describe differences between amalgam and Science resin composite 7 List the steps in placement and describe the Chapter 11 in differences in theses steps for amalgam and Fundamentals resin composite. Chapter 11 in Art & Science List and describe differences between Chapter 11in 8 finishing and polishing techniques for Fundamentals, Chapter amalgam and resin composite. 11 in Art & Science List the basic physical properties of glass Chapter 13 in 10 inomer, differentiate between different types Fundamentals of glass inomer materials and their uses. Describe the materials and techniques used Handout in caries removal and pulp protection, 11 including burs, spoon excavators, cavity liners, and temporary restorative materials. Identify the basic positions for the operator Handout 12 while performing operative dentistry procedures. Useful Resources The Art & Science of Operative Dentistry, Theodore M.Roberson, Harald O.Heymann, Edward J.Swift JR., Fourth Edition. * Other assigned reading materials Course Content Week Topics Chapter in text Introduction Chapter # 6 in 1 Fundamentals Caries classification + cavity classification Chapter # 6 in 2 Fundamentals Instrumentation chapter 6 in Art & 3 Science Principles of Cavity Preparation I Chapter # 6 in 4 Fundamentals Principles of Cavity Preparation II chapter 6 in Art & 5 Science Amalgam Restorations I chapter 6 in Art & 6 Science Amalgam Restorations II Chapter 11 in Fundamentals, 7 Chapter 11 in Art & Science Midterm Exam Chapter 11 in Fundamentals, 8 Chapter 11 in Art & Science Glass Inomer Restorations I Chapter 13 in 9 Fundamentals Glass Inomer Restorations II Handout 10 Liners and bases Handout 11 Principles of Adhesion I Chapter # 6 in 12 Fundamentals Principles of Adhesion II Chapter # 6 in 13 Fundamentals Resin Composite Restorations I chapter 6 in Art & 14 Science Resin Composite Restorations II Chapter # 6 in 15 Fundamentals Lab Schedule Week Date Lab Procedure Tooth number 1 19/9- 23/9 1 +2 Introduction to ODS Lab - 2 26/9-30/9 1 Exercise for operator positions+ - Instruments 2 26/9-30/9 2 Class I amalgam preparation (DEMO) Lower 6 3 3/10-7/10 1 Class I amalgam preparation + buccal Lower 6 pit 3 3/10-7/10 2 Class I amalgam preparation with buccal Lower 6 extension (DEMO) 4 10/10-14/10 1 Amalgam restoration of the teeth (DEMO) 4 10/10-14/10 2 Amalgam restoration of the teeth 5 17/10-21/10 1 Class I amalgam preparation with Upper 6 lingual extension + amalgam restoration (DEMO) 5 17/10-21/10 2 Class I amalgam preparation with Upper 6 lingual extension + amalgam restoration 6 24/10-28/10 1 Class II amalgam preparation MO Lower 6 (DEMO) 6 24/10-28/10 2 Class II amalgam preparation DO Upper 6 7 31/10-4/11 1 Midterm Practical Exam (Class I cavity Lower 6 preparation + restoration) 7 31/10-4/11 2 Amalgam restoration for Class II teeth (DEMO) 8 7/11-11/11 1 Amalgam restoration for Class II teeth 8 7/11-11/11 2 Class II MOD amalgam preparation + Lower 4 amalgam restoration 9 14/11-18/11 1 Class V amalgam preparation + Lower 6 amalgam restoration (DEMO) 9 14/11-18/11 2 Happy Eid 10 21/11-25/11 1 Class III cavity preparation + composite Upper 1 restoration (DEMO) 10 21/11-25/11 2 Class III composite restoration Upper 1 11 28/11-2/12 1 Class IV cavity preparation + composite Upper 1 restoration (DEMO) 11 28/11-2/12 2 Class V cavity preparation + composite Upper 3 restoration 12 5/12-9/12 1 Class II cavity preparation MO + Upper 4 composite restoration 12 5/12-9/12 2 Finish Composite Restorations 13 12/12-16/12 1 Class V cavity preparation+ Glass Upper 3 inomer restoration 13 12/12-16/12 2 Caries detection and excavation on Molar with natural tooth exercise occlusal caries 14 19/12-23/12 1 Cavity liner placement (Demo) + Molar with Placement of IRM temporary restoration occlusal caries 14 19/12-23/12 2 Final practical Exam (Class II amalgam Lower 6 preparation + restoration) 15 26/12-30/12 Handout of all teeth & Assessment sheet Additional Notes Required Teeth: Lower 6 (10 teeth), Upper 6 (4 teeth), Upper 4(4 teeth), Lower 4 or 5 (4 teeth), Upper central incisor (4 teeth), Upper canine (4 teeth).Natural molar tooth (2 teeth) High speed burs: Straight fissure bur (medium, # 56) 4 burs, round bur (small, #1/2) 2 burs. Low speed burs: Straight fissure bur (medium, # 56) 2 burs, round bur (small, # 2 and large size # 6) 2 burs. Professionalism Gross violations of the formal codes are governed by University laws, which delineate the procedures to determine whether a violation of the code of ethics occurred and, if so, what remedies should be imposed. We encourage students to abide with the more sensitive approach to this by allowing the practice of a high Morality (or proper behavior), which defines right and wrong by the society, philosophy, religion, and individual conscience. Students and their instructors often make ethical choices reflexively/ But ethically sensitive situations, where time, emotions and marks are pressured, it becomes all too easy to be blind-sided by temptation/ The best antidote to ethical lapses is to commit in advance to a set of ethical principles - your personal ethical code that follows or grows to it. Any difficulty or concern during the course should be passed directly to the course coordinator. Labwork The Lab work should be finished during the lab sessions. Undelivered work will not be marked All the instruments you need should be brought as soon as possible/ A list of that will be provided. You should leave your worktop as clean as possible – Marks are counted towards continuous assessment. Each student should set at the designated area/ The names will be mounted on each bench. Cooperation and professionalism in the lab time are very helpful and encouraged to facilitate your progress in the course. Makeup Exams It is applicable when an acceptable and valid excuse is presented at the applicable time Drop Date N/A Cheating It is unethical and illegal by any means JUST regulations will be applicable The work should be your own, otherwise it will scored zero. Attendance It is mandatory for all lectures and laboratory sessions Every students will be allocated to seat according to group assignments in the lab Attendance is encouraged at all times on time Absenteeism To receive course credit, a student should attend a minimum of 90% of the contact hours of the class. Students who are absent for the lecture must contact the course coordinator prior to the class. If absent from lectures, then the course coordinator will refer to related guidelines set by the university. Any student who is absent on a test day, will have to demonstrate an acceptable medical or social statement explaining the illness or personal crisis as instructed by their faculty. Individual instructors may accommodate by arrangements for a make-up test only when a written request is sent to and approved by the Dean. Students with Any student who feels that s/he may need Special needs accommodation for any type of disability is encouraged to contact the course coordinator who will be happy to help in any way. Accommodations to the course plan can be tailored to the needs of specific individuals after consultations with the dean. Participation All students are highly encouraged to participate in the classes and laboratory session. Individual The course coordinator is always available to talk with conferencing and the student when problems arise. consultations If you have any problems that require the attention of an instructor, do not wait until the problem is insurmountable. If a student must talk with the course coordinator after office hours, an appointment can be made for that time. Do not allow tension to build-up to unsolvable proportions. Course changes Information contained in this course outline is correct at the time of publication. Content of the courses is revised on an ongoing basis to ensure relevance to changing educational, employment needs. The course coordinator reserves the right to add or delete material from courses and will endeavor to provide notice of changes to students as soon as possible. The timetable may also be revised accommodating to holidays and unexpected off days.
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