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DEN101 Fundamentals in Dental Assisting
Maintain confidentiality and professional ethics - HIPAA.
Participate and communicate effectively as a health-care team member.
Utilize effective study skills for the mastery of new information.
Describe the dental healthcare team and the role of the dental assistant within the team.
Define and utilize common terms, abbreviations, and symbols related to the practice of dentistry.
Demonstrate effective reading, writing, speaking and listening skills.
Recognize the value of self and others.
Identify legal/ethical considerations in the practice of dentistry.
Demonstrate acceptable work behavior and attitude.
Demonstrate an understanding of the patient's psychological needs.
Recognize duties and responsibilities under the state dental practice act.

DEN111 Dental Health Education
Demonstrate knowledge of etiology, progression and outcome of dental disease.
Provide patient education and demonstrate preventive oral hygiene techniques.
Demonstrate and explain brushing and flossing techniques.
Discuss the use of fluoride in dentistry.
Prepare and apply topical anticariogenic agent.
Prepare materials for prophylaxis.
Polish coronal surfaces of teeth.
Demonstrate knowledge of basic nutrition.
Discuss the use of dental sealants.
Prepare and place dental sealants.
Clean and polish removable prosthesis.
Distinguish types of carious lesions.

DEN121 Anatomy for Dental Assisting
Demonstrate knowledge of human body systems and how they relate to dentistry.
Demonstrate knowledge of the development of the structures of the oral cavity and teeth.
Identify landmarks of the head and neck.
Identify anatomic landmarks of the oral cavity.
Name and identify the surfaces and tissues of each tooth.
Identify types of teeth by name and anatomic structure.
Locate and identify the salivary glands.
Identify permanent and primary dentitions and eruption dates.
Identify different occlusions.
Use the Universal, Palmer and FDI/ISO tooth numbering systems.

DEN127 Dental Materials I
Identify properties of dental materials for utilization in treatment procedures.
Manipulate dental materials to perform laboratory procedures.
Maintain a safe and healthy work environment.
Use MSDS guides and labeling.
Demonstrate safe handling of dental materials.
Demonstrate proper use and care of laboratory equipment.
Take impressions for study models.
Manipulate gypsum products to pour and trim casts.
Take a bite/occlusal registration.
Articulate casts.
Disinfect and maintain preliminary and final impressions.
Prepare amalgam materials for restorations.
Prepare composite materials for restorations.
Manipulate liners, bases, sealants, and bonding materials.
Manipulate dental cements for luting and bases.
Mix, place and remove temporary restoration.

DEN132 Chairside Assisting I
Assist in clinical dental procedures.
Gather and record diagnostic, patient and treatment information including medical and dental history.
Participate and communicate effectively as a healthcare team member.
Clean and maintain dental operatory equipment.
Seat and dismiss a patient.
Demonstrate and apply current concepts of 4-handed dentistry.
Identify various types of dental instruments.
Transfer and receive instruments.
Maintain and organize dental instruments.
Position oral evacuator and maintain a clear field during a dental procedure.
Chart oral conditions as dictated by the dentist.
Record services rendered.
Assist with an amalgam restoration.
Assist with a composite restoration.
Prepare and place a matrix band.
Prepare and place a dental dam.
Demonstrate use of the intraoral camera.
Demonstrate proper ergonomic positioning for a dental assistant.
Prepare syringe and assist with the administration of local anesthetic.
Apply topical anesthetic.
Infection Control
Evaluate a compliance manual and hazard communication program.
Practice Universal/Standard Precautions.
Follow OSHA guidelines on blood borne pathogens.
Identify infectious diseases and their mode of transmission.
Demonstrate concepts of infection control.
Maintain and disinfect operatory equipment.
Prepare, sterilize, and maintain dental instruments.
Demonstrate safe handling and storage of clean or sterilized instruments.
Identify different types of sterilization techniques.
Identify different types of sterilization monitoring systems.
Maintain dental unit waterlines.

DEN137 Dental Radiology I
Adjust Kilo voltage peak, milliamperage and exposure time on x-ray machine.
Clean x-ray processing equipment.
Develop and fix exposed radiographic film.
Apply principles of radiation hygiene and safety.
Utilize correct techniques to obtain diagnostic radiographs on DSTTR.
Label and mount dental radiographs.
Gather and record diagnostic patient and treatment information.
Select accessories and film for radiographic technique.
Expose and develop bite-wings x-rays.
Expose and develop a panoramic x-ray.
State effects of ionizing radiation.

DEN141 Preclinical
Maintain professional image.
Exhibit dependability.
Exhibit punctuality.
Accept responsibility of position.
Practice time management.
Maintain time cards.
Demonstrate initiative.
Participate as a team member.

DEN207 Dental Office Procedures
Greet and receive patients.
Apply concepts of dental office management.
Index and file patient records.
Maintain an active recall system.
Maintain appointment control.
Maintain patient financial and treatment records.
Demonstrate charting and recording services.
Complete written communications.
Handle financial arrangements and collections.
Complete insurance forms.
Maintain bookkeeping system.
Demonstrate banking procedures.
Prepare statements.
Complete business records and tax reports.
Utilize business office equipment.
Utilize dental software in all areas of practice.
Utilize the computer to generate resume, cover letters, and office communications.
Apply employment seeking skills to identify job opportunities.
Participate in a job interview.
Maintain inventory/order supplies.
Place and receive phone calls.

DEN227 Dental Materials II
Identify properties of dental materials for utilization in treatment procedures.
Demonstrate concepts of infection control and hazard management.
Manipulate dental materials to perform laboratory procedures associated with dental treatment.
Prepare materials for prosthodontic procedures.
Prepare materials for removable prosthodontic procedures.
Prepare materials for oral surgery procedures.
Prepare materials for periodontal treatments.
Prepare materials for endodontic procedures.
Prepare materials for orthodontic procedures.
Fabricate a denture baseplate and biterim.
Fabricate bleaching trays/mouthguards.
Fabricate a retainer.
Demonstrate the uses of dental waxes.
Fabricate custom impression trays.
Prepare and assist with impression materials.
Fabricate provisional restorations.
Complete acrylic denture repair.
Demonstrate use of the Triad machine.
Demonstrate use of the vacuum forming machine.
Maintain and rotate inventory.

DEN232 Chairside Assisting II
Prepare instruments for oral surgery.
Assist with oral surgery procedures.
Explain pre- and post-operative instructions to the patient.
Demonstrate suture removal.
Assist with fixed prosthodontic procedures.
Assist with removable prosthodontic procedures.
Give new denture instruction.
Assist with pediatric dentistry procedures.
Assist with orthodontic procedures.
Assist with endodontic procedures.
Assist with periodontic procedures.
Place and remove periodontal surgical packs.
Discuss treatment procedures in dental specialty practice areas.
Demonstrate knowledge of infection control and hazard management.
Provide patient education.
Gather and record diagnostic, patient and treatment information.
Identify and prepare instruments and materials used in clinical dental procedures.

DEN237 Dental Radiology II
Identify anatomic conditions of landmarks of the oral cavity on radiographs.
Identify and correct radiographic errors.
Expose x-rays using a digital x-ray program.
Apply principles of radiation hygiene and safety.
Evaluate dental radiographs for diagnostic quality.
Expose, develop and mount periapical films using bisecting and paralleling techniques.
Expose, develop and mount periapical films using paralleling techniques.

DEN241 Clinical
Assist in clinical dental procedures.
Perform laboratory procedures associated with dental treatments.
Apply principles of radiation hygiene and safety utilizing correct techniques to obtain diagnostic radiographs.
Demonstrate concepts of infection control and hazard management.
Gather and record diagnostic, patient, and treatment information.
Provide patient education.
Assist in medical and dental emergencies.
Perform basic dental business office procedures.
Maintain confidentiality and professional ethics.
Effectively participate and communicate as a team member.

DEN245 Dental Science
Recognize indications and contraindications of common drugs used in dentistry.
Write prescriptions as ordered by the dentist.
Demonstrate an ability to assist in a medical or dental emergency.
Gather and record diagnostic patient and treatment information.
Take and record vital signs.
Complete training in first aid and CPR.
Use decision making skills in dealing with a potential emergency.
Perform an extraoral and intraoral exam.
Recognize signs and symptoms of oral disease.
Distinguish between normal and abnormal oral pathological conditions.
Complete training in nitrous oxide/oxygen.

				
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