DENT 518: ORAL IMPLANTOLOGY 2 (1 credit hour: 1 theory) Jordan University of Science and Technology Faculty of Dentistry Department of Preventive Dentistry Second Semester Course Syllabus Course Information Course Title Dental Implantology 1 Course Code Dent 518 Prerequisites Dent 517 Course Website Instructor Dr. Mohammad Hammad Office Location Clinic phone number (extension 28291 Dental Office Phone Teaching Center) Office Hours E-mail email@example.com Teaching Assistant(s) Course Description This continuous course is a continuation of Dent 517. It will provide information about surgical and prosthodontic procedures in implant treatment, ridge preservation, immidiate implants, management of patients with inadequate bone, implants in the partially and totally edentulous mouth, microbiology of dental implants, complications and failures of dental implants, and implants in immunocompromized patients and other systemic conditions. Text Book Title Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, : Author(s) Jan Lindhe, Niklaus P. Lang, Thorkild Karring / Publisher Blackwell Science, Inc. Year / 2008. Edition 5th Edition Book Website Reference Other References Contemporary Implant Dentistry; Carl Misch 3rd edition, Mosby, 2008 INTERNET RESOURCES: 1- American Academy of Periodontology: http://www.perio.org. 2- Academy of Osseointegration http://www.osseo.org/ 3- American Academy of implant Prosthodontics http://aaipusa.com/Home_Page.html 4- American College of Prosthodontists http://www.prosthodontics.org/ Assessment Policy Assessment Type 40% Midterm Final Exam 60% Clinical Assignments Attendance Participation Course Objectives Weights After completing the second part of this theoretical course successfully the student is expected to have clear idea and basic knowledge about: 1- Surgical techniques used in dental implantology 2- Ridge preservation, immediate implants 3- Management of cases with inadequate bone 4- Bone substitutes and grafting 5- Implants in the partially and totally edentulous mouth 6- Impression techniques and abutment selection 7- Microbiology of dental implants 8- Loading of dental implants. 9- Complications and failures of dental implants and their management 10- Dental implants in immunocompromized patients and other systemic conditions 11- Maintenance of dental implants Teaching & Learning Methods Teaching duration: Duration: 16 weeks, Lectures: 1 h per week ( including midterm and final exam) Laboratory: none. Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to Related Objective(s) Reference Understand and have good idea Chapter 48 in text book about various incisions, suturing 1. Surgical techniques techniques, and precautions to be used in dental taken during and after surgery, implantology the standard equipments, the components of implant kits How to prevent or slow down the Chapter 48 in text book resorption of alveolar bone after 2. Ridge preservation, tooth extraction and how to and immediate implants when to use immediate implant after tooth extraction Have a general idea about Chapters 49,50 in text techniques and methods used book 3. Management of when the remaining bone is not cases with inadequate enough to receive dental bone implants such as thin or shallow bine Know and understand the Chapter 50 in text book various types of bone grafting 4. Bone substitutes and materials; their sources, chemical grafting structures, body response, advantages and disadvantages The differences in indications Chapter 5 in reference 5. Implants in the book partially and totally and applications and prosthesis edentulous mouth designs and number of implants in cases of partial and complete edentulous jaws. Have an idea of different Chapter 5 in reference impression techniques and book 6. Impression techniques and impression materials used in abutment selection dental implantology and advantages and disadvantages Understand the oral biofilms Chapters 8, 10 in text associated with dental implants book and their relationship with dental 7. Microbiology of dental implants biofilms and the effects of these biofilms on dental implants health and failures Understand the concept of Chapter 35 in reference book implant loading and when and 8. Loading of dental implants. how to do this loading until the implants reaches full function Understand and know causes of Chapters 13, 24 in text book 9. Complications and implant failures, how to avoid, failures of dental how to diagnose and manage implants and their management these failures and the consequences of such failures Know if a patient with serious Chapter 30 in text book 10. Dental implants in health condition can receive immunocompromized patients and other dental implants and if so what systemic conditions are the conditions Appreciate the importance of Chapter 29 in text book and 42 in reference maintenance of dental implants book 11. Maintenance of and how to carry out this dental implants maintenance at home and at the dental office Useful Resources Course Content Chapter in Week Topics text 1 Introduction and review of previous material 2 Surgical procedures 48 3 Surgical procedures -cont 48 4 Ridge preservation, immediate implants 49 5 Management of cases with inadequate bone 49, 50 6 Bone substitutes and grafting 50 7 Implants in the partially and totally edentulous mouth 5 in reference 8 Impression techniques and abutment selection 5 in reference 9 Microbiology of dental implants 8, 10 10 Midterm exam 11 Loading of dental implants 35 in reference 12 Complications and failures of dental implants 13,24 13 Dental implants in immunocompromized patients and 30 other systemic conditions Maintenance of dental implants 29 in text and 14 42 in reference 15 Review 16 Final Exam Additional Notes Attendance: Students must attend 100% of all scheduled classes. Class participation is required. Should an absence be necessary, student should contact the course instructor by telephone immediately. Make up ONLY with an excused absence. - Each unexcused absence will result in a grade penalty of 1% point deducted from the final total grade - No make-up exams or quizzes will be given for unexcused absences - Late arrivals to class are unexcused absences - All course make-ups, test, and so forth, must be completed within 14 days from the date of the excused absence.
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