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					                                           FIRST SEMESTER

        NAME of the COURSE: INTRODUCTION TO DENTAL CLĠNĠCS                           Course Code :
         ECTS Credits:1            Semester : 1             Undergraduate              Required
        Lecture: 1 h/week      Practical: - h/week              Tutorials : 1   Language of the Course:
                                                                                       Turkish
                                                      Contact:



Aim s and Objectives
     Aim of this corse is to describe the dent al environment and prepare the students to clinical practice

Course Contents

        Definition of dentistry and role of dental assistant
        Parts of dental clinics
        Clinics in dentistry
        Dent al unit
        Hand instrument
        Rotary instruments
        Aspiration
        Cements
        Impression mat erials
        Filling materials
        Dent al laboratory
        Communication with the patient

Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading
       NAME of the COURSE: ANATOMY                                              Course Code :

        ECTS Credits:1         Semester : 1             Undergraduate             Required
       Lecture: 1 h/week    Practical: - h/week          Tutorials : 1     Language of the Course:
                                                                                  Turkish

                                     Contact: Prof. DR. Gülseren KÖKTEN


Aim s and Objectives
     To promote and provide the knowledge of human body, oral cavity and the neighbouring
regions where dentistry is performed.

Course Contents

      Introduction to Anatomy: Anatomical position , Plane, axis, line and rems
      Osteology: Cranium, head and face bony structures
      Maxilla and palatine bone
      Mandible
      Syndesmology: Temporomandibular joint, articular surfaces, articular disc, capsule, ligaments
       and function of fte joint.
    Osteology and syndesmology lab practice
    Facial and masticatory muscles
    Superior and inferior hyoid muscles
    Digestive system: oral cavity, lips, cheeks, tongue and hard palatine
    Major salivary glands: parotid, submandibular and sublingual galnds, minor salivary glands
    Primary teeth, permanent teeth, tooth groups
    Circulatory System: The names of the branches of external carotid artery, the names of the
       maxillary artery
    Digestive system lab practice
   Nervous system: The names of the cranial nerves, n.maxillaris and n.mandibularis

Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading
       NAME of the COURSE: DENTAL MORPHOLOGY                                     Course Code :

        ECTS Credits:1           Semester : 1              Undergraduate           Required
       Lecture: 1 h/week     Practical: - h/week            Tutorials : 1   Language of the Course:
                                                                                   Turkish

                                       Contact: Öğr. Gör. Dr. Uğur ERGĠN


Aim s and Objectives
    To promote and provide the knowledge of teeth, oral cavity and the neighbouring regions
where dentistry is performed.

Course Contents

       Morphologic terms and descriptions
       Morphology of upper central incisors
       Morphology of lower central and lateral incisors
       Morphology of upper canines
       Morphology of lower canines
       Morphology of upper 1. and 2. premolars
       Morphology of upper 1. molars
       Morphology of upper 2. molars
       Morphology of lower 1. and 2. premolars
       Morphology of lower 1. molars
       Morphology of lower 2. molars

Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading
        NAME of the COURSE: DENTAL MATERĠALS                                   Course Code :
         ECTS Credits:1          Semester : 1            Undergraduate           Required
        Lecture: 1 h/week    Practical: - h/week          Tutorials : 1   Language of the Course:
                                                                                 Turkish
                                                   Contact:



Aim s and Objectives
       To promote and provide the knowledge of materials used in dental practice

Course Contents

        The General Physical Properties of Dental materials
        Gypsum products and investments
        Waxes
        Metals and alloys
        Ceramics
        Dent ure base materials
        Temporary crown and bridge restoration materials
        Artificial teeth
        Impression mat erials
        Finishing and polishing materials
        Dent ure soft lining materials
        Cements
   


Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading
        NAME of the COURSE: GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY                                    Course Code :

         ECTS Credits:2              Semester : 1             Undergraduate           Required
        Lecture: 1 h/week    Practical: 2 h/week               Tutorials : 2   Language of the Course:
                                                                                      Turkish

                                            Contact: Prof. Dr. Dilek YAYLALI


Aim s and Objectives
     The aim of this cours e is to   explain why the study of microbiology is important for the dental
assistant.

Course Contents

        Bacterial cell structure : The Nucle oid, Cytoplasmic structures, The cytoplasmic membrane, The
         cell wall
        Bacterial cell structure : Capsule& Glycocalyx, Flagella, Pili, Endospores
        Morphological structures of viruses and fungi
        Cultivations of Microorganisms( Requirements for growth, Nutrition, Environmental factors
         affecting growth, Cultivation methods)
        Pathogenesis of bacterial infection: The relation between Host and Microorganisms,
         Transmission of infection, Bacterial virulans factors, Normal microbial flora of the human body
        Antimicrobial chemotheraphy
        Cross infection in dentistry
        Sterilization and disinfection
        Infection control procedures in the dental laboratory
        Immunology: Antigens, antibodies, Immunity and immun response, Prevention by vaccinatiın
         from infection disease

Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading
        NAME of the COURSE: PHYSĠOLOGY                                           Course Code :

         ECTS Credits:1              Semester : 1         Undergraduate            Required
        Lecture: 1 h/week     Practical: - h/week          Tutorials : 1    Language of the Course:
                                                                                   Turkish
                                                    Contact:



Aim s and Objectives
     The aim of this cours e is to   explain why the study of physiology is important for the dental
assistant

Course Contents

        Body fluids
        Blood physiology
        Circulatory system physiology
        Pulmonary system physiology
        Nervous system physiology
        Endocrine system physiology
        Digestive system physiology
        Urinary system physiology



Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading
        NAME of the COURSE: HISTOLOGY                                             Course Code :

         ECTS Credits:1            Semester : 1            Undergraduate            Required
        Lecture: 1 h/week      Practical: - h/week          Tutorials : 1    Language of the Course:
                                                                                    Turkish
                                                     Contact:



Aim s and Objectives
     The aim of this cours e is to explain   why the study of histology is important for the dental
assistant
Course Contents

        Cell and organelles
        Cell division
        Introduction of tissues and epithelial tissues
        Connective tissues
        Cartilage and bone
        Muscle
        Blood
        Nervous tissues
        Oral histology
        Histology and teeth
        Periodontium




Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading
      NAME of the COURSE: COMPUTER                                          Course Code :

        ECTS Credits:2        Semester : 1            Undergraduate           Required
      Lecture: 1 h/week   Practical: 2 h/week          Tutorials : 2   Language of the Course:
                                                                              Turkish
                                                Contact:



Aim s and Objectives
      The aims of this course are to provide general information about Computer Hardware and
Software Concepts, to study about the subjects of Word Processing, Electonic Worksheets , Computer
Networks and Internet and to t o make students eligible for using computers and data processing
applications.


Course Contents

   1- Introduction to computers
           a. Terms and usage
           b. History
           c. Storage terms
           d. Physical properties
           e. Parts of computers

   2- MS Windows
         a. Desktop
         b. Start menu
         c. Run menu

   3- MS Word
         a. Compotents of word menu
         b. File menu
         c. Edit menu
         d. Insert menu
         e. Format menu
         f. Tools menu
         g. Table menu
         h. Window menu
         i. Help menu

   4- MS Excel
         a. Components of excel menu
         b. File menu
         c. Edit menu
         d. Formulas
         e. View
         f. Insert menu
         g. Format menu
         h. Tools menu
         i. Dtd menu
         j. Window menu
         k. Help menu
   5- MS Power Point
         a. Components of power point menu
         b. File menu
         c. Edit menu
         d. Formulas
         e. View
         f. Insert menu
         g. Format menu
         h. Tools menu
         i. Dtd menu
         j. Window menu
         k. Help menu


Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading
        NAME of the COURSE: FĠRST AĠD                                             Course Code :
         ECTS Credits:2              Semester : 1         Undergraduate             Required
        Lecture: 1 h/week    Practical: 2 h/week           Tutorials : 2     Language of the Course:
                                                                                    Turkish
                                                    Contact:



Aim s and Objectives
     The aim of this cours e is to   define medical emergencies and how to assist to dentist in those
situations

Course Contents

        What is first aid?
        Opening the airways
        Opening the circulation
        Cardiopulmaner res uscatation
        Rescue breathing
        Injuries: Chemical, Physical
        Chocking problems: Ġn wat er, Ġn smoke, Blocked airways
        Electric schock
        Breaking off the extremities
        Bleeding and bleeding control
        Fractures and first aid
        Trauma
        Cervical vert ebra stabilization




Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading
        NAME of the COURSE: RELATĠONS BETWEEN HUMAN BEĠNGS                         Course Code :
         ECTS Credits:1              Semester : 1            Undergraduate           Required
        Lecture: 1 h/week     Practical: - h/week             Tutorials : 1   Language of the Course:
                                                                                     Turkish
                                            Contact: Prof. Dr. Öztan ÖNCEL



Aim s and Objectives
                                explain why the study of relations between human beings is
     The aim of this cours e is to
important for the dental assistant.

Course Contents

        A look relations between human beings from the point of view ability of communacation
        Rights of Man, the basic elements of the relations between human beings
        Topics of communication
        The role of the family and educ ation in the relations between human beings
        Relations of professions of medicine duties of professions of healt
        Right of patient
        The models of physician relations of patient physician
        Rules of society
        Behaviour to the patients chronic and in maling prognosis diseases


Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading
        NAME of the COURSE: ATATURK’S PRĠNCĠPLES AND HĠSTORY OF                       Course Code :
        TURKISH REPUBLĠC - I
          ECTS Credits:2          Semester : 1             Undergraduate                 Required
        Lecture: 2 h/week      Practical: - h/week          Tutorials : 2        Language of the Course:
                                                                                        Turkish
                                      Contact: Öğr. Gör: Dr. Serkan TUNA



Aim s and Objectives
      The main aim of this course is to sensitize students to an understanding of "citizenship" since the
foundations of democracy and the continuity of the state rest upon citizens who are well informed on the
history of their own country. History of the P rinciples and Revolutions of Atatürk I is not a prerequisite but
there is continuity in topics that are covered. The aim is to help students explore the transitions in society
since The Establishment of Turkish Republic following the War of Independence. The students are
expected to have a broad understanding of the reforms as the initial steps taken towards enlightenment.

Course Contents

        The era of Ottoman Reforms
        First World War
        The Armistice of Mudros (30 October 1918)
        Political developments in Ġstanbul after the War
        Mustafa Kemal’s arrival to Samsun and preceding events
        The Notice of Amasya
        The Congress of Erzurum
        The Congress of Sivas
        Other regional congress
        The Negotiations of Amasya
        Last Ottoman Parliament and the National Oath
        The Annexation of Ġstanbul and the opening of National Parliament in Ankara (TBMM)
        The rebellions and precautions
        The Treaty of Serves
        The formation of regular army, battles and their consequences
        The Armistice of Mudanya
        The Treaty of Lozan
Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading




       NAME of the COURSE: Turkish 1-2                                        Course Code :
        ECTS Credits:2        Semester : 1-2         Undergraduate              Required
      Lecture: 2 h/week    Practical: - h/week        Tutorials : 2     Language of the Course:
                                                                               Turkish
                                         Contact: Sevgi Yılmaz



Aim s and Objectives
Aim of lecture of Turkish language is to remove errors taken plac e speaking and writing          to
communicate correctly in social and scientific life

Course Contents
    What the language is. Language in the world.
    Place of Turkish language in the world language.
    Place of Turkish language in social life.
    Relation bet ween language and culture.
    Relation bet ween civilization and language wit h history.
    Historical development of Turkish language.
    Recent condition of Turkish langua ge and it’s spread direction.
    Way and importance of using language correctly.
    Structure and specialty of writing and speaking.
    Difference bet ween spoken and read language.
    Phonology
    Accent in Turkish and phonetics.
    Vocabulary, suffix
    Syntax. Methods of making sentences variable.
    Rules of writing correctly and nicely. Reason of making wrong sentence and make them
       correctly.
    Wrong sentences because of spelling and punctuation. Accent mistake made in speaking.
    investigation of language used in publication an d printing.
    To remove mistake used in language. To collect examples of using language wrongly in society
       and mak e them correct.
    Type of writing and expression technique. Importance of body language at expression technique.
    Rules of official writing whic h has been published in 1994 by Turkish republic prime minestry
Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (20%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading

          Muharrem Ergin “Türk Dili Bilgisi” ve muhtelif Dilbilgisi




         NAME of the COURSE: Basic English 1- 2                                      Course Code :

          ECTS Credits:2          Semester : 1-2           Undergraduate                Required
         Lecture: 2 h/week     Practical: - h/week          Tutorials : 2       Language of the Course:
                                                                                       Turkish
                                                     Contact:


Aim s and Objectives
This course aims to provide the students in their first year wit h the basic grammar and communicative
skills in English. At the end of the cours e, the students are expected to be able to read and write in very
basic English as well as raising an awareness of the structure of the language.


Course Contents
The book consists of eight units, each of which deals with a linguistic area and a short reading text
aiming to contextualise that language term.

The grammar points are as follows:

- Verb tenses such as to be, have got, there is, present simple, present continious and past simple.

- Modal verbs such as can, must, have to

- Prepositions

- Pronouns

- Imperatives

- Countable and unc ount able nouns



Asse ssment Methods
Students have to take one mid-term and one fnal exam each term.


Prerequisite/ Recommended Students are given supplementary material like worksheets to consolidate
the grammatical points in the book.


Text Book / Recommended Reading
Inal, Dilek: Step by Step, A Course in Book English. Istanbul. Ġ. Ü. Basım ve Yayınevi Müdürlüğü, 2003




        NAME of the COURSE: FĠNE ARTS - I                                          Course Code :
            ECTS Credits:-           Semester : 1           Undergraduate            Required
        Lecture: - h/week    Practical: 1 h/week             Tutorials : -    Language of the Course:
                                                                                     Turkish
                                           Contact: Okutman Nur TAVĠLOĞLU



Aim s and Objectives
     The aim of this cours e is to   explain why the study of fine arts is important for the dental
assistant
Course Contents

       Western art
       About art
       Europa-Middel age
       Renaissance in Italy
       Renaissance out of Italy
       Manierism
       Baroque ant
       18th and 19t h Century Western art
       20th century art
       Anatolian civilisations
       BC Hittite
       Iron age and early Hittite
       Grece and rome
       Byzantium art in Ġstanbul




Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).
Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading




                                          SECOND SEMESTER

        NAME of the COURSE: CLINICAL DENTISTRY METHODS                              Course Code :
        (PERĠODONTĠCS) I
         ECTS Credits:8              Semester : 2          Undergraduate              Required
        Lecture: 1 h/week    Practical: 10 h/week           Tutorials : 6      Language of the Course:
                                                                                      Turkish

                                                     Contact:


Aim s and Objectives
     The aim of this cours e is to   describe the role of dental assistant at periodontal therapies.

Course Contents

        Introduction to dental assisting
        Anatomy and Physiology
        The periodontal examination
        Etiology of periodontal disease
        Classification of periodontal disease
        Periodont al treatment
        Occlusal analysis
        Maintenance recall therapy
        Periodont al instrument
        Sterilization and instrument care
        Periodont al instrument sharpening


Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended
Text Book / Recommended Reading




        NAME of the COURSE: CLINIKAL DENTĠSTRY METHODS (RESTRATIV E                 Course Code :
        DENTISTRY ) II
          ECTS Credits:8             Semester : 2          Undergraduate              Required
        Lecture: 1 h/week    Practical: 10 h/week           Tutorials : 6      Language of the Course:
                                                                                      Turkish
                                                     Contact:



Aim s and Objectives
     The aim of this cours e is to   describe the role of dental assistant at restorative dentistry
Course Contents

        Instrumantion used by dentist and dental assistants fixed on units
        Matrixes
        Different restorations in conservative tooth treatment
        Classification of instrumantation us ed in conservative tooth treatment
        Base materials and their usage
        Hand instrumantation in conservative tooth treatment
        Rotating instrumantation in conservative tooth treatment




Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading
        NAME of the COURSE: MEDĠCALLY MICROBIOLOGY                                    Course Code :

         ECTS Credits:2              Semester : 2             Undergraduate             Required
        Lecture: 1 h/week     Practical: 2 h/week              Tutorials : 2    Language of the Course:
                                                                                       Turkish

                                            Contact: Prof. Dr. Dilek YAYLALI


Aim s and Objectives
     The aim of this cours e is to   explain why the study of medical microbiology is important for
the dental assistant

Course Contents

        Cross infection in dentistry
        Bacteria causing cross infection in dentistry: Corynebacterium diphtheriae Mycobacteium
         tuberculosis and their infections
        Bacteria causing cross infection in dentistry: Legionella pneumophila, Treponema pallidum and
         their infections
        Fungi causing cross infection in dentistry: Candida albicans and candidiasis
        Viruses causing cross infection in dentistry: Mumps, measles, rubeola viruses
        Viruses causing cross infection in dentistry:Influenzae virus, Rhinovirus, Coxsackie virus
        Viruses causing cross infection in dentistry:Herpes viruses: Herpes simplex type I and II, V ZV
        Viruses causing cross infection in dentistry:Herpes viruses: Epstein Barr Virus
        Viruses causing cross infection in dentistry: Herpes viruses: Cytomegalovirus
        Viruses causing cross infection in dentistry: Hepatitis Viruses: Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B
        Viruses causing cross infection in dentistry: Hepatitis Viruses: Hepatitis C, Hepatitis D, Hepatitis
         E, Hepatitis G
        Viruses causing cross infection in dentistry: HIV and AIDS, Prion infections


Asse ssment Methods
Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading




      NAME of the COURSE: Turkish 1-2                                      Course Code :
        ECTS Credits:2       Semester : 1-2         Undergraduate            Required
      Lecture: 2 h/week   Practical: - h/week        Tutorials : 2    Language of the Course:
                                                                             Turkish
                                        Contact: Sevgi Yılmaz



Aim s and Objectives
Aim of lecture of Turkish language is to remove errors taken plac e speaking and writing        to
communicate correctly in social and scientific life

Course Contents
    What the language is. Language in the world.
    Place of Turkish language in the world language.
    Place of Turkish language in social life.
    Relation bet ween language and culture.
    Relation bet ween civilization and language wit h history.
    Historical development of Turkish language.
    Recent condition of Turkish language and it’s spread direction.
    Way and importance of using language correctly.
    Structure and specialty of writing and speaking.
    Difference bet ween spoken and read language.
    Phonology
    Accent in Turkish and phonetics.
    Vocabulary, suffix
    Syntax. Methods of making sentences variable.
    Rules of writing correctly and nicely. Reason of making wrong sentence and make them
       correctly.
    Wrong sentences because of spelling and punctuation. Accent mistake made in speaking.
            investigation of language used in publication and printing.
            To remove mistake used in language. To collect examples of using language wrongly in society
             and mak e them correct.
            Type of writing and expression technique. Importance of body language at expression technique.
            Rules of official writing whic h has been published in 1994 by Turkish republic prime minestry


Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (20%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading

             Muharrem Ergin “Türk Dili Bilgisi” ve muhtelif Dilbilgisi




            NAME of the COURSE: ATATURK’S PRĠNCĠPLES AND HĠSTORY OF                   Course Code :
            TURKISH REPUBLĠC - II
              ECTS Credits:2           Semester : 2           Undergraduate              Required
            Lecture: 2 h/week       Practical: - h/week         Tutorials : 2    Language of the Course:
                                                                                        Turkish
                                          Contact: Öğr. Gör: Dr. Serkan TUNA



Aim s and Objectives
      The main aim of this course is to sensitize students to an understanding of "citizenship" since the
foundations of democracy and the continuity of the state rest upon citizens who are well informed on the
history of their own country. History of the P rinciples and Revolutions of Atatürk I is not a prerequisite but
there is continuity in topics that are covered. The aim is to help students explore the transitions in society
since The Establishment of Turkish Republic following the W ar of Independence. The students are
expected to have a broad understanding of the reforms as the initial steps taken towards enlightenment.


Course Contents

            General concepts and definitions
            Political Reforms
            The Constitutions of 1921 and 1924
            Political Developments
            Law Reforms
            Reforms on education and culture
            Foreing A ffairs during the Atatürk Period
            Economy during the Atatürk Period
            The Principles of Atatürk
            The second World War and the transitiont o democracy
Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading




        NAME of the COURSE: FĠNE ARTS - II                                         Course Code :
         ECTS Credits:-              Semester : 2           Undergraduate            Required
        Lecture: - h/week    Practical: 1 h/week             Tutorials : -    Language of the Course:
                                                                                     Turkish
                                           Contact: Okutman Nur TAVĠLOĞLU



Aim s and Objectives
     The aim of this cours e is to   explain why the fine arts is important for the dental assistant

Course Contents

       Anatolian Civilisations
       Early Islamıc art
       Anatolian Selçuk art
       Early Ottoman art
       Clasical Ottoman art
       Late Ottoman art
       Ottoman Palaces
       Traditional Turkish art
       Turkish Miniature art I
       Turkish Miniature art II
       Book art
       Turkish Islamıc Calligraphy art
       Turkish China art
       Keramik art
       Metal art
       Carpet art
Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading




       NAME of the COURSE: Basic English 1- 2                                        Course Code :
         ECTS Credits:2          Semester : 1-2           Undergraduate                 Required
       Lecture: 2 h/week      Practical: - h/week          Tutorials : 2        Language of the Course:
                                                                                       Turkish
                                                    Contact:


Aim s and Objectives
This course aims to provide the students in their first year wit h the basic grammar and communicative
skills in English. At the end of the cours e, the students are expected to be able to read and write in very
basic English as well as raising an awareness of the structure of the language.


Course Contents
The book consists of eight units, each of which deals with a linguistic area and a short reading text
aiming to contextualise that language term.

The grammar points are as follows:

- Verb tenses such as to be, have got, there is, present simple, present continious and past simple.

- Modal verbs such as can, must, have to

- Prepositions
- Pronouns

- Imperatives

- Countable and unc ount able nouns



Asse ssment Methods
Students have to take one mid-term and one fnal exam each term.


Prerequisite/ Recommended Students are given supplementary material like worksheets to consolidate
the grammatical points in the book.


Text Book / Recommended Rea ding
Inal, Dilek: Step by Step, A Course in Book English. Istanbul. Ġ. Ü. Basım ve Yayınevi Müdürlüğü, 2003




                                            THIRD SEMESTER

        NAME of the COURSE: CLINICAL DENTISTRY METHODS (ORAL                       Course Code :
        SURGERY) III
          ECTS Credits:8             Semester : 3           Undergraduate            Required
        Lecture: 1 h/week    Practical: 10 h/week            Tutorials : 6    Language of the Course:
                                                                                     Turkish
                                                      Contact:



Aim s and Objectives
     The aim of this cours e is to   describe the role of dental assistant at oral surgery procedures
Course Contents

        Extractions
        Impacted teeth
        Apicoectomy, replantation, trns plantation
        Presrosthehtic oral surgery
        Dent al implants
        Maxillofacial surgery
        Infection control
        Disinfection and antisepsis
        Sterilization
        Clinical work order
Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading




        NAME of the COURSE: CLINIKAL DENTĠSTRY METHODS ( REMOVABLE                Course Code :
        PROSTHODONTĠCS) IV
         ECTS Credits:8          Semester : 3              Undergraduate            Required
        Lecture: 1 h/week    Practical: 10 h/week           Tutorials : 6    Language of the Course:
                                                                                    Turkish
                                                     Contact:



Aim s and Objectives
     The aim of this cours e is to describe the   role of dental assistant at removable prosthodontics

Course Contents

        Introduction to prosthetic treatments
        Impresion at fixed prosthodontics
        Steps of fixed prosthodontics
        Impresion at removable prosthodontics
        Stepsof removable prosthodontics
        Cleaning of prosthodontics
        Intrroduction to the equipments used at prosthetic treatments
        Impressions materials used at fixed prosthodontics
        Equipments used at fixed prosthetic treatments
        Impression mat erials used at remavable prosthodontics
        Equipments used at remoavble prosthetic treatments
        Maintenance of equiments used at prosthetic treatments
Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading




         NAME of the COURSE: PREVENTĠV E DENTĠSTRY                               Course Code :

          ECTS Credits:3         Semester : 3            Undergraduate             Required
         Lecture: 1 h/week   Practical: 4 h/week          Tutorials : 3    Language of the Course:
                                                                                  Turkish
                                                   Contact:



Aim s and Objectives
     Aim of the course are to provide stud ent with the knowledge of preventive medicine and
epidemiology

Course Contents


          Healt h and dimentions
          Epidemiology,
          Prevalence and incidens
          Globalization anh health



Asse ssment Methods
Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading




         NAME of the COURSE: MANAGEMENT OF THE DENTAL OFFĠCE AND THE                 Course Code :
         PATĠENT RECORD
          ECTS Credits:2          Semester : 3            Undergraduate                 Required
         Lecture: 1 h/week    Practical: 2 h/week          Tutorials : 2        Language of the Course:
                                                                                       Turkish
                                                    Contact:



Aim s and Objectives
Representation of the rules for working in accordance wtih dentists.Teaching appropriate comportments
to communicate with patients. To ensure an ergonomic working environment, to plac e instruments and
materials, axplanation of the rules for cleaning. Explaining the or ganization rules of appointments
according to the patient urgency and the procedure planned for the next appointment.Teaching the rules
to respect wilst giving information to patient on the phone or whilst talking with the patient who are called.
Explaining rules of paying attention while greeting patient and communicating with them. Giving general
information about the rules to abide while assisting the dentist. Giving general information about
computer and operatiın systems.Tesching t he properties to follow up appointments and using them.
Giving information about registering patient datas in files and forming an archive. Indispensable
properties for the patient registration programs, patient data registry in digital medium, giving information
about back up and arc hive formation.Giving information about controling materials amounts and
procurement. Sending models to dental teachnicians, giving information about succeeding of returning
madels. Helping the dentist while taking anamnesis and teaching general informations about diseases
and precautionary meas ures.


Course Contents


          Expectations of dentist from health technicians.
          The manners and attitudes to abide in dental office
          The arrangement of dental office
          Organizing and following of appointments
             The particular points to pay attention during phone calls
             Patient acceptance
             The produres of patient treatment
             Computer and operating systems
             Appointment follow up in the computer
             Patient registry systems- filing
             Patient registry systems- computer programs
             Invertory follow up and buying mat erials
             Communication with dental technicians and pursuing proc edures
             Important diseases in dentistry and precautions




Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading




            NAME of the COURSE: PATHOLOGY                                           Course Code :

             ECTS Credits:1          Semester : 3           Undergraduate             Required
            Lecture: 1 h/week    Practical: - h/week         Tutorials : 1     Language of the Course:
                                                                                      Turkish
                                          Contact: Prof. Dr. Canan ALA TLI



Aim s and Objectives
     The aim of this cours e is to   explain why the study of pathology is important for the dental
assistant.
Course Contents

            Introductiın to pathology
            Etiology
            Pathogenesis
            Regressive changes and metabolic diseases
            Fluid and blood circulation derangements
            Inflammation
            Neoplasia
            Tumors of the oral muc osa
            Soft tissue tumors of Unknown orıgın
            Non-tumotous inflammatory lesions wit h tumor implication
            Bone dysplasias
            Primary and metastatıc tumors of jaw bones
            Oral cysts


Asse ssment Methods
Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading




                         BULAŞICI HASTALIKLAR GELECEK
                                          FOURTH SEMESTER



        NAME of the COURSE: CLINICAL DENTĠSTRY METHODS ( PEDODONTY) V                    Course Code :

         ECTS Credits:8              Semester : 4            Undergraduate                 Required
        Lecture: 1 h/week     Practical: 10 h/week            Tutorials : 6        Language of the Course:
                                                                                          Turkish
                                                      Contact:



Aim s and Objectives
     The aim of this cours e is to   describe the role of dental assistant at pedodontics
Course Contents

        Psychological development of children.How to asist a pedodontist.
        How to prepare the dent al unit, instruments used in operative dentistry
        Dent al materials used in operative dentistry I: amalgams, amalgamators composites, ligth
         sources, glass ionomers, fissure sealants
        Dent al materials used in operative dentistry II: different cements, lining mat erials, staintes -steel
         crowns and other prefabricated crowns, laminate veneers
        Dent al trauma, cements and materials for endodontic teratment, space maintainers, pediat ric
         dentures, removable orthodontic devic es




Asse ssment Methods
Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading




        NAME of the COURSE: CLINICAL DENTISTRY METHODS                              Course Code :
        (ORTHODONTĠCS)VI
         ECTS Credits:8              Semester : 3            Undergraduate            Required
        Lecture: 1 h/week    Practical: 10 h/week              Tutorials : 6   Language of the Course:
                                                                                      Turkish

                                           Contact: Doç. Dr. Hülya KILIÇOĞLU


Aim s and Objectives
     The aim of this cours e is to   describe the role of dental assistant at orthodontics.

Course Contents

        Orthodontic Anomalies
        Presantation of orthodontic plier
        Presantation of auxillary materials
        Impression technique
        Orthodontic casts
        Orthodontic aplliances
        Fixed aplliances
        Orthodontic archwires
        Direct bonding of braces
        Presentation of elastic materials


Asse ssment Methods
Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading




        NAME of the COURSE: DENTAL RAIOLOGY                                        Course Code :
         ECTS Credits:2           Semester : 4             Undergraduate             Required
        Lecture: 1 h/week     Practical: 2 h/week           Tutorials : 2     Language of the Course:
                                                                                     Turkish

                                                     Contact:


Aim s and Objectives
       The ex planation of short history and importance of radiology. Giving general information about
intraoral, extraoral and special techniques. Teaching the bisection technique. Teaching the parallel
technique. Teaching bite- wing technique. Teaching occlusal technique. Pres entation of panoramic
roentgen apparatus and teaching their use. Teaching the application o f extraoral techniques. Teaching
direct and indirect radiographies. Teaching the structure of roentgen films and image formation. The
points to pay attention while preparing the dark room and teaching equipments. The elements who
consistue I. Processing solution (developper) and II. Processing solution ( Fixer) and teaching the use of
solutaions. Teac hing necessary procedures for the long term conservation of films without deterioration.
Teaching errors occurred during taking and conservating radiographies and art efacts.




Course Contents

        The history and importance of radiology.
        Classification of dent al radiology techniques
       Intraoral techniques - Periapical radiographies- Bisection techniques
       Intraoral techniques - Periapical radiographies- Parallel techniques
       Intraoral techniques - Bite wing radiographies
       Intraoral techniques - Occlusal radiographies
       Panoramic radiographies
       Sephalomet ric radiographies and other extraoral techniques
       DĠgital radiographies
       The proterties of roentgen films
       Properties of dark room
       Film processing techniques
       Cons ervation of films
       Radiography application errors



Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading




        NAME of the COURSE: DENTA L LABORA TORY PROCEDURES                           Course Code :
         ECTS Credits:2            Semester : 4           Undergraduate                Required
        Lecture: 1h/ week       Practical: 2 h/week        Tutorials : 2        Language of the Course:
                                                                                       Turkish
                                         Contact: Doç. Dr. Emel DERV Ġġ



Aim s and Objectives
The aim of this course is to   describe the role of dental assistant at dental laboratory procedures
Course Contents

       Dent al Gips
       Model preparation at fixed prosthodontics
       Individuel impression tray for removable prosthesis
       Model preparation at removable prosthodontics
       Try in plate and wax rim
       Repair of removable prosthesis
       Polishing
       Disinfection of the prosthesis and the impressions
       Communication with the laboratory
       Color
       Cleaning of removable prosthesis
Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading




       NAME of the COURSE: RADĠOLOGĠC SAFETY                                      Course Code :
         ECTS Credits:1         Semester : 4             Undergraduate              Required
      Lecture: 1 h/week      Practical: - h/week          Tutorials : 1     Language of the Course:
                                                                                   Turkish

                                                   Contact:


Aim s and Objectives
Renewal of knowledges about atom structure and ionisation. Information about the term of radiotion,
particularities of natural and electromagnetic radiation.Teching the parts which constiute the roentgen
apparatus and their properties. Teaching the elements which constitue Coolidge tube and his
functioning. Explaining physical properties of X- rays. Giving information about the components which act
on the x- rays production and parameters who controls amount of radiation. Teaching various types of
interaction between x-rays and matter. Defi nition of radiation measuring units and their relationship.
Teaching the effects and consecutions of radiation on DNA and water molecules. Teaching the effects of
radiation on the molecules, the organels and function of cell the damage of tissues. Explicat ion of the
terms radiosensitivity, radioresistance and reaction of organs. Teching acute radiation damages and the
effects of chronic radiation on the human body. Teaching the placement of roentgen apparatus and the
procedures foravoiding of x-rays in the room. Teaching the procedures of protection from x -rays while
taking roentgen films.



Course Contents
      Atom and ionisation.
      Definition and kinds of radiation.
      The properties of roentgen apparat us.
      Coolidge tube and production of x- rays
      Properties of x- rays
      The factors who influence the production of x- rays
      Matter and energy interaction
      Radiation measuring units.
      Radiation biology – Direct and indirect effects
      Radiation biology – Molecule, cell, tissue interaction
      Radiation biology – Organ effects, sensitivity and resistance
      Radiation biology – Short term and long term effects
      Protection from radiation – The measures of protection to respect in the room who placed the
       roentgen apparatus
      Protection from radiation – The measures of protection to respect while taking roentgen films




Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading
        NAME of the COURSE: DEONTOLOGY                                              Course Code :
         ECTS Credits:1              Semester : 4            Undergraduate            Required
        Lecture: 1 h/week     Practical: - h/week             Tutorials : 1    Language of the Course:
                                                                                      Turkish
                                            Contact: Prof. Dr. Öztan ÖNCEL



Aim s and Objectives
     The aim of this cours e is to   explain why the study of relations deontology is important for the
dental assistant

Course Contents

        Dentistry in the prehistoric period
        Dentistry in the antiquity
        Dentistry in the middle ages and Renesaince
        The modernization of dentistry XV II and XV III. Centruies and dentistry
        Dentistry in the Twentiet h Century The History of Appara tus, The History of Education of
         Dentistry in Turk ey
        The Introduce of Deontology and General Topics
       Medical responsibility
       Narc otic Substances and their codes
       Cons ultation
       Organ transplantation and comments in society
       Birth controle and laws
       Medical Professionals and related some laws in Turkey




Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading




                                     ELECTİVE COURSES


 NAME of the COURSE: PHARMOCOLOGY                                                  Course Code :
  ECTS Credits:1             Semester : 4              Undergraduate                 Required
Lecture: 1 h/week        Practical: - h/week           Tutorials : 1         Language of the Course:
                                                                                    Turkish
                                                Contact:


Aim s and Objectives
This course is to acquaint the Dental students with fundamental facts and concepts of pharmacology . It
is essential that dental practitioners have a basic knowledge of must drug that physicians are
prescribing so that they will be convers ant when cons ulting with medical collegues about their patients.

Course Contents

             PART ONE
             1. General pharmacology
                i.    Introduction
                ii.   General principles of drug action
                iii.  Prescription writing

             PART TWO
                 ıv.    Antiinfective agents
                 v.     General anesthetics
                 vi.    Sedatif –hypnotic drugs
                 vii.    Psycotherapeutic drugs
                 viii.   Minor tranquilizers and centrally acting muscle relaxants
                 ix.     Nonnarcotic analgesics
                 x.      Narcotics
                 xi.     Central nervous system stimulants
                 xii.    Anticonvul sant drugs
                 xiii.   Autonomic drugs
                 xiv.    Autocaids
                 xv.     Local anesthetics
                 xvi.    Hi stamine and antihistamines
                 xvii.   Cardiova scular drugs
                 xviii. Respiratory tract drugs
                 xix.    Drug used for ga strointe stina disorders
                 xx.     Drug interactions
                 xxi.    Pharmacologic management of certain common oral disease
                 xxii.   Hormone s and related substance s
                  xviii. Antineoplastic drugs
                  xix. Emergency drugs

Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midterm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%), written
and practical final exam (50%).
Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading




       NAME of the COURSE: Oral disease s                                           Course Code :
                                                                                    453211062000
         ECTS Credits:1          Semester : 4             Undergraduate                Required
       Lecture: 1 h/week      Practical: - h/week          Tutorials : 1       Language of the Course:
                                                                                      Turkish
                                                    Contact:
Aim s and Objectives
This course aims to provide the basic information with lesions of the oral mucosa.
Course Contents
     Histology of oral mucous membrane
     Introduction to oral medicine; classifications of oral mucosal lesions.
     Ulcerative, vesiculobullous and acute multiple lesions; HSV, coxacie virus, herpangina, hand -
        foot-mouth disease; acute lesions; varicella zoster infection, erythema multiforme, allergic
        stomatitis, recurrent aphtous stomatitis, Behçet’s disease.
     Chronic multiple lesions;
     Red and white lesions of oral mucosa; erythroplakia, leukoplakia, mucosal burns, candidosis.
     Keratotic white lesions; stomatitis nicotinica, traumatic keratosis
     Tongue diseases; geographic tongue
     Oral muc osal lesions related to tobacco and alcohol consumptions
     Effects of electrogalvanic currents to oral mucosa
     Lichen ruber planus; lichenoid lesions
     Maxillofacial bone diseases; Paget’s diseases, primary hyperparathy roidism, histiocytosis -x
     Burning Mouth Syndrome
     Sjogren’s syndrome
     Oral reactions in allergy and to drugs


Asse ssment Methods

Written and practical midt erm exams (30%), practical assesment grade (10%), assay grade (10%),
written and practical final exam (50%).

Prerequisite/ Recommended


Text Book / Recommended Reading

				
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