Second Year Semester-IV Batch-13

Dow University of Health Sciences

Course Overview

1

Title of Course

PARTIAL DENTURE

2

Course Code

PD-401

3

Institute/ College/ Department

SCHOOL OF DENTAL CARE PROFESSIONALS – DUHS

4

Course Coordinator

MS. NIMRA RAZZAQUE MEMON

5

Mode of Study

FULL TIME BLENDED LEARNING

6

Duration

24 Weeks Semester (16 Weeks Teaching)

7

Campus/ Location Office

OJHA CAMPUS/ SDCP Faculty Office (using DOES- LMS)

8

Total Credit Hours

3

9

Accredited by

No Accreditation Council

10

Date of Commencement of course

1ST DECEMBER 2020

 

COURSE DETAILS

A

INTRODUCTION

 

The placement of this subject is in 2nd year, semester-IV of BS-DCP (Dental Technology).The purpose of this course is to gain knowledge & understanding about the role of Dental Technologist in fabrication of dentures.

This course provides comprehensive training for students with substantial knowledge and practical ability of Dental Technology. The sample possible training opportunities. Provide students with opportunities for service-learning activities in the community that promote the mission of the school, university, and profession. Students from each of the oral health professional with the same basic science knowledge, and ensuring that dental technology and dental students have comparable experience of anatomy and the principles of dental prosthetics; they can discuss patient cases using the same professional language.

Discuss instruments, the position of the patients, impression tray, selection of stocks trays, making of the model, trimming of a model, choice of teeth, Laboratory techniques and procedures of the complete denture, insertion of P/D, Post insertion complains, Manipulation of Materials.

B

COURSE OBJECTIVES

 

By the end of this course, students would able to:- 

1.                Different terminologies used in prosthodontics

2.                Classify different types of prosthodontics classifications

3.                Know difference b/w various types of prosthesis

4.                Materials and equipment required for different types of prosthetic work.

5.                Principles of Partial Denture Designing.

6.                Laboratory Techniques and Procedures

7.                Sterilization Process

C

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

 

Students who have cleared Semester III.

D

COURSE REQUIREMENTS, RULES & REGULATIONS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Following are the expectations from the student attending the course?

Students attending this course synchronized with official ZOOM® on-line teaching account must have adequate IT resources at home with better and undisturbed internet connectivity.

50% students’ attendance of online synchronized classes must be considered mandatory.

However, the recorded course along with lecture hand-outs will be available on the DOES Learning Management System (LMS) in a-synchronized form, so that those students who may face some internet connectivity issues during on-line synchronized teaching may not suffer and face the consequences of short of attendance.

Students attending synchronized lectures and taking assessments before closing data shall also be counted in the attendance

100% students’ participation will be considered in different discussion forums, chats, quizzes, class tests, project and assignments before their closing dates as part of internal evaluation.

However, students must gain at least an average score of 50% of the total formative assessment (internal evaluation= including participation in discussion forums, quizzes, class assessments, assignments and mid-term examination) to be eligible to sit for final examination

E

COURSE PLAN (TOPIC WISE COURSE SCHEDULE).

 

 Name of program:-  PARTIAL DENTURE

Year:-2nd             Semester:-IV

Day of Session:-Saturday

Mode of delivery Each session will be Lecture based (30-40 min) followed by pictorial/ Virtual understanding of the terminologies through open discussion forums and chats related to their implications towards applications. Discussion forums will be open every fortnight and will remain open for 2 weeks. The lectures will be reinforced with Hands-on Practical demonstrations (40-60 min) and either lab-based face-to-face exercises (wherever applicable) or else utilizing online teaching technology/ resources.

 

LECTURES

S.No

Topic

 01

TERMINOLOGIES USED IN REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE

 02

CLASSIFICATION OF PARTIALLY EDENTULOUS ARCHES

 03

STEPS IN FABRICATION OF REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE

 04

QUIZ(TOPIC 1 & 2,3)

 05

BIOMECHANICS OF REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE

 06

MID-TERM

 07

MANDIBULAR MAJOR CONNECTOR

 08

MAXILLARY MAJOR CONNECTOR

 09

MINOR CONNECTOR

 10

QUIZ(TOPIC 4,5 &6)

 11

DIRECT RETAINER

 12

INDIRECT RETAINER

 13

DENTURE BASE CONSIDERATION

 14

GRAND TEST


Lab Work

1.                Introduction to Partial Denture

2.                Model Pouring 

3.                Cast Preparation

4.                Undercut Block out

5.                Wire Work (Clasp-Retainers)

6.                Wax Pattern

7.                Teeth Setup

8.               Final Wax Up

9.               Carving

10.             Finishing

11.            Finalizing Denture Work

F

COURSE ASSIGNMENTS

 

1.                Presentations of individual student.

2.                Group Discussions

3.                Assignment# 1 Before Mid term

4.                Assignment# 2 Before Terminals

G

ASSESSMENT/GRADING POLICY

 

Following is the detail of assessment criteria in the course, e.g. assignments, quizzes during the online teaching sessions, end-of-course exam, etc. and their weightage. It also contains how the students will be graded for different components of assessment, assessment methods that will be used during the course, e.g. Essay writing, MCQs, Short questions, etc.

Formative Assessment on LMS must be graded and be assigned 60% weightage of the Summative Assessment, whereas 40% may be assigned to the Final Examination conducted on LMS in the form of BCQs based Theory and online Viva based examination.

In order to provide flexibility to the students, they may be given options of two attempts to finish graded quizzes.

However, mid-term and class test must be taken as single attempt

Theory based final examination questions (to assess knowledge) will be prepared and peer reviewed by two at least examiners (internal and external)

Structured Viva of final examination (to assess attitude) will be conducted by two examiners (Internal & External)

The break-up is given as follows:

The formative assessment (A) on LMS must include:

Final Assessment on LMS (theory) and Zoom (viva)

Participation in ungraded discussion forum/ chats =

20%

Peer reviewed BCQ based Theory Exam =                  

20%

Two assignments = 

10%

Structured Viva (Internal Examiner) = 

10%

One class test =

10%

Structured Viva (External Examiner) = 

10%

 

Two graded quizzes =

10%

-----

 

Mid-term assessment =

10%

-----

 

Total (A) =

60%

Total (B) =  

40%

 

 

TOTAL A + B =   

100%

 

Regarding Grading Policy, it is proposed that student may be considered PASS or FAIL on the basis of 50% cut-off of the total marks scored.

H

LEARNING RESOURCES

Ø  Reference text book:

NallaSwamy, 2004

Zarb (only for reference)

Mc cracken and Rosentiel (only for reference)

Ø  Topic-wise Lectures on Power Point (Soft copy)

Ø  Lecture Hand-outs (Soft copy)

Ø  Reference Reading Material [for Self-Study Assignments (SSAs)]

Ø  Self-Study Assignments (SSAs) along with instructions to prepare them

Ø  I.T. generated (password protected) Zoom Classroom Access Links

Ø  I.T. generated (password protected) Access to DOES LMS

Ø  Lecture AV Recordings on LMS

Ø  Online Access to Digital Library (accessible text and reference books)

Ø  Open discussion forums and feedback system on LMS

I

COURSE EVALUATION

Students will be informed regarding how they will participate in evaluation of the course for future improvement.

Evaluation templates are already shared on the official website of DUHS shared by QEC. Program Coordinator and Course Coordinator are responsible that these evaluations are conducted in a transparent way.

The QEC-DUHS shall evaluate the on-line mode of the program through:

1.     Student Feedback Survey (at beginning and course completion),

2.     Faculty/ Teachers Feedback Survey (at beginning and course completion) and

3.     Course Evaluation Survey (at the on-line course completion)

J

LIST OF COURSE FACULTY

Name

Email

Phone

Najwa Hasnain

najwa.hasnain@duhs.edu.pk

0334-8645401

M. Mustaqeem-ul-Haq

muhammad.mustaqeem@duhs.edu.pk

0335-2368772


INTRODUCTION

This course is an advanced level of what was taught in semester-III. The purpose of this course is to gain knowledge & understanding about the physical, mechanical & biological properties of metals and ceramics used as Dental Materials to make dental prosthesis.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

At the end of this course, the student would be able to

  1. Describe the purpose of separating materials & demonstrate their proper usage. 
  2. Describe the various types of metals and ceramics, their physical & chemical properties & their usage. 
  3. Be able to manipulate and handle materials in the laboratory

Dow University of Health Sciences

Course Overview

1

Title of Course

PERIODONTOLOGY-I

2

Course Code

PDL – 401

3

Institute/ College/ Department

SCHOOL OF DENTAL CARE PROFESSIONALS (SDCP) - DUHS

4

Course Coordinator

MISS.MADIHA SHABBIR

5

Mode of Study

FULL TIME BLENDED LEARNING

6

Duration

24 Weeks Semester (16 Weeks Teaching)

7

Campus/ Location Office

OJHA CAMPUS/ SDCP Faculty Office (using DOES- LMS)

8

Total Credit Hours

06

9

Accredited by

HEC

10

Date of Commencement of course

11.12.2020

11

Date of Online Commencement of course

 11.12.2020

12

Date of Evaluation/ Review

Reviewed on 24th April 2020 by the Principal SDCP

Evaluation will be performed by end of June 2020

COURSE DETAILS

A

INTRODUCTION

 

This specialty of dentistry deals with the study of supporting structures of teeth, as well as diseases and conditions that affects them.

The supporting tissues are known as the periodontium, which includes the gingiva (gums), alveolar bone, cementum, and the periodontal ligament. A periodontist is a dentist that specializes in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of periodontal disease.

B

COURSE OBJECTIVES

 

The student shall acquire the skill to;

1.      To act as a primary care provider for individuals and groups of patients.

2.      To plan and provide multidisciplinary oral health care for a wide variety of patients including patients with special needs.

3.      To function effectively provide oral health care in the outpatient setting and a hospital setting.

4.      To apply scientific principles to the provision of oral health care.

C

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

 

Those students who have cleared/passed semester III can attend the course

D

COURSE REQUIREMENTS, RULES & REGULATIONS

 

Following are the expectations from the student attending the course?

Students attending this course synchronized with official ZOOM® on-line teaching account must have adequate IT resources at home with better and undisturbed internet connectivity.

50% students’ attendance of online synchronized classes must be considered mandatory.

However, the recorded course along with lecture hand-outs will be available on the DOES Learning Management System (LMS) in a-synchronized form, so that those students who may face some internet connectivity issues during on-line synchronized teaching may not suffer and face the consequences of short of attendance.

Students attending synchronized lectures and taking assessments before closing data shall also be counted in the attendance

100% students’ participation will be considered in different discussion forums, chats, quizzes, class tests, project and assignments before their closing dates as part of internal evaluation.

However, students must gain at least an average score of 50% of the total formative assessment (internal evaluation= including participation in discussion forums, quizzes, class assessments, assignments and mid-term examination) to be eligible to sit for final examination

E

COURSE PLAN (TOPIC WISE COURSE SCHEDULE)

 

Name of the program: Periodontology-I

Year: 2nd                        Semester: IV

Mode of teaching: Online/virtual Lecture and practical    

Day: Monday                Time: 10:00 AM to 10:45 AM     

Day: Saturday                Time:12:00 PM to 12:45 PM

Text book recommended:

Textbook of Essential Of Periodontics (EOP)

Mode of delivery Each session will be Lecture based (30-40 min) followed by pictorial/ Virtual understanding of the terminologies through open discussion forums and chats related to their implications towards applications. Discussion forums will be open every fortnight and will remain open for 2 weeks. The lectures will be reinforced with Hands-on Practical demonstrations (40-60 min) and either lab-based face-to-face exercises (wherever applicable) or else utilizing online teaching technology/ resources.

 

Session No.

Topic of lectures/Practical

01

Periodontal examination, diagnosis and treatment plan.

02

Basic instrumentation for scaling and root planning.

03

Quiz

04

Periodontal anatomy; clinical and histological characteristics.

05

Basic aetiology of periodontal disease.

 

Mid-term

06

Classification of periodontal diseases.

07

Gingivitis.

08

Class test

09

Gingival enlargement

10

Quiz

11

Class test

12

Discussion about T.O.S

13

Review class

F

COURSE ASSIGNMENTS

 

Ø  02 Assignment topics made in word given to the students during the semester related to lecture topics.

G

ASSESSMENT/GRADING POLICY

 

 Following is the detail of assessment criteria in the course, e.g. assignments, quizzes during the online teaching sessions, end-of-course exam, etc. and their weightage. It also contains how the students will be graded for different components of assessment, assessment methods that will be used during the course, e.g. Essay writing, MCQs, Short questions, etc.

Formative Assessment on LMS must be graded and be assigned 60% weightage of the Summative Assessment, whereas 40% may be assigned to the Final Examination conducted on LMS in the form of BCQs based Theory and online Viva based examination.

In order to provide flexibility to the students, they may be given options of two attempts to finish graded quizzes.

However, mid-term and class test must be taken as single attempt

Theory based final examination questions (to assess knowledge) will be prepared and peer reviewed by two at least examiners (internal and external)

Structured Viva of final examination (to assess attitude) will be conducted by two examiners (Internal & External)

The break-up is given as follows:

 

Regarding Grading Policy, it is proposed that student may be considered PASS or FAIL on the basis of 50% cut-off of the total marks scored..

H

LEARNING RESOURCES

Ø  Topic-wise Lectures on Power Point (Soft copy)

Ø  Lecture Hand-outs (Soft copy)

Ø  Reference Reading Material [for Self-Study Assignments (SSAs)]

Ø  Self-Study Assignments (SSAs) along with instructions to prepare them

Ø  I.T. generated (password protected) Zoom Classroom Access Links

Ø  I.T. generated (password protected) Access to DOES LMS

Ø  Lecture AV Recordings on LMS

Ø  Online Access to Digital Library (accessible text and reference books)

Ø  Open discussion forums and feedback system on LMS

I

COURSE EVALUATION

Evaluation will process through QEC at the end of each course. Evaluation helps teacher identify the areas of improvement

J

LIST OF COURSE FACULTY

Students will be informed regarding how they will participate in evaluation of the course for future improvement.

Evaluation templates are already shared on the official website of DUHS shared by QEC. Vice Principals and Year Coordinators are responsible that these evaluations are conducted in a transparent way.

The QEC-DUHS shall evaluate the on-line mode of the program through:

1.      Student Feedback Survey (at beginning and course completion),

2.      Faculty/ Teachers Feedback Survey (at beginning and course completion) and

3.      Course Evaluation Survey (at the on-line course completion)

Name

Email

Phone

Saeeda Soomro

saeeda@duhs.edu.pk

**********



INTRODUCTION
This course is introduced in the second year of BS Dental Technology as well as BS Dental Hygiene program as a core course in semester IV. The purpose of this course is to develop basic orthodontic understanding and skills in dental technologist and dental hygienist that will meet the basic needs of orthodontic practice and standard. The objectives and outcomes of this course are defined and duly aligned with the overall program, mission and vision of the University.
COURSE OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this course student will be able to:

  1. Understand the role of dental technologist in an orthodontic practice.
  2. Understand basic concept of orthodontics.
  3. Comprehend basic knowledge of growth and development.
  4. Illustrate knowledge of accepted infection control and sterilization procedure in practice.
  5. Identify the name and usage of different orthodontic instruments used in clinical and lab procedures.
  6. Differentiate between ideal occlusion and malocclusion.
  7. Identify the impression and gypsum materials used in orthodontic practice.
  8. Demonstrate basic wire bending skills.
  9. Fabricate basic orthodontic clasps i.e. Adam’s clasp, Labial bow, z-spring, Finger spring and canine retractor.

Course Overview

1

Title of Course

ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY

2

Course Code

OMFS-401

3

Institute/ College/ Department

SCHOOL OF DENTAL CARE PROFESSIONALS - DUHS

4

Course Coordinator

Mr. ADNAN HUSSAIN

5

Mode of Study

FULL TIME BLENDED LEARNING

6

Duration

24 Weeks Semester (16 Weeks Teaching)

7

Campus/ Location Office

OJHA CAMPUS/ SDCP Faculty Office (using DOES- LMS)

8

Total Credit Hours

03

9

Accredited by

HEC

10

Date of Commencement of course.

As per Academic Calendar 1/12/2020

online commencement of classes from 1/12/2020

11

Date of Evaluation/ Review

Reviewed on 24th April 2020 by the Principal SDCP

Evaluation will be performed by end of June 2020

COURSE DETAILS

A

INTRODUCTION

 

The placement of this subject is in 2nd year, semester-IV of BS-DCP (Dental Hygiene). The purpose of this course is to gain understanding and enhance knowledge about clinical pharmacology, Drugs administration, History taking and examination, techniques of local anesthesia, sharpening and maintenance of instruments, analysis of Radiological X rays and Sterilization

B

COURSE OBJECTIVES

 

At the end of this course, the dental professional will be able to understand the concepts of:

1.      Basic concepts of oral and general health diseases

2.      Basic notion of Public health and oral health education

3.      Legal and ethical rights of the patients

4.      Health and safety precautions in clinical environment.

5.      Clinical procedures in the management of dental disease.

6.      Techniques of sterilization within a dental clinic environment.

7.      Basic skills including patients education, in the field of oral care

8.      Clinical indices used in the treatment records in the field of oral health

9.      Concept of practice management in a dental practice

10.  Modes of gathering and maintaining clinical records in the clinical environment

C

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

 

Students who have cleared/ passed their previous semester, which is semester-III in this case.

D

COURSE REQUIREMENTS, RULES & REGULATIONS

 

Following are the expectations from the student attending the course:

Students attending this course synchronized with official ZOOM® on-line teaching account must have adequate IT resources at home with better and undisturbed internet connectivity.

50% students’ attendance of online synchronized classes must be considered mandatory.

However, the recorded course along with lecture hand-outs will be available on the DOES Learning Management System (LMS) in a-synchronized form, so that those students who may face some internet connectivity issues during on-line synchronized teaching may not suffer and face the consequences of short of attendance.

Students attending synchronized lectures and taking assessments before closing data shall also be counted in the attendance

100% students’ participation will be considered in different discussion forums, chats, quizzes, class tests, project and assignments before their closing dates as part of internal evaluation.

However, students must gain at least an average score of 50% of the total formative assessment (internal evaluation= including participation in discussion forums, quizzes, class assessments, assignments and mid-term examination) to be eligible to sit for final examination

E

COURSE PLAN (TOPIC WISE COURSE SCHEDULE)

 

Name of the Program: ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY

Year: 2nd     Semester: IV

Day of Session: Monday   Timings: 9:00 AM- 9:45 AM

Mode of delivery Each session will be Lecture based (30-40 min) followed by pictorial/ Virtual understanding of the terminologies through open discussion forums and chats related to their implications towards applications. Discussion forums will be open every fortnight and will remain open for 2 weeks. The lectures will be reinforced with Hands-on Practical demonstrations (40-60 min) and either lab-based face-to-face exercises (wherever applicable) or else utilizing online teaching technology/ resources.

S.No

Date

TOPIC OF LECTURES / PRACTICALS

Mode of delivery

01

07,Dec,2020

Introduction to Sterilization /Disinfection

LMS/HANDS ON

02

14, Dec,2020

Sterilization Monitoring

LMS/HANDS ON

03

21, Dec,2020

Methods of Sterilization

LMS/HANDS ON

04

28, Dec,2020       Quiz for Topic 1,2,3 (Marks=10 ))

05

04,Jan,2021

Principles and Technique of instrument Processing and sterilization

LMS/HANDS ON

06

11,Jan,2021

Personal Protective Equipment

LMS/HANDS ON

07

18,Jan,2021

Cross infection control

LMS/HANDS ON

08

25,Jan,2021

Blood Born Disease Transmission

LMS/HANDS ON

09

01,Feb,2021

Aerosol Born Transsible Disease

LMS/HANDS ON

 

MIDTERM (Covering Material Session 1 – 8)

10

08, Feb,2021

Needle stick Injury

LMS/HANDS ON

11

15, Feb,2021

Laser and Radiation Exposure Protection

LMS/HANDS ON

12

22, Feb,2021

 The immune system-I

LMS/HANDS ON

13

01,March,2021

 The immune system-II

LMS/HANDS ON

14

08,March,2021

Quiz for Topic 9,10,11,12 (Marks=10 )

 

15

15,March,2021

Revision Class

LMS/HANDS ON

16

22,March,2021

Revision Class

LMS/HANDS ON


Course Overview

1

Title of Course

ORAL PATHOLOGY

2

Course Code

ORALPATH-401

3

Institute/ College/ Department

SCHOOL OF DENTAL CARE PROFESSIONALS - DUHS

4

Course Coordinator

Ms. MADIHA SHABBIR

5

Mode of Study

FULL TIME BLENDED LEARNING

6

Duration

24 Weeks Semester (16 Weeks Teaching)

7

Campus/ Location Office

OJHA CAMPUS/ SDCP Faculty Office (using DOES- LMS)

8

Total Credit Hours

3

9

Accredited by

HEC

10

Date of Commencement of course

3.12.2020 

11

Date of Online Commencement of course

3.12.2020 


COURSE DETAILS

A

INTRODUCTION

 

The course is placed in 2nd year Semester IV of BS-DCP program. The course will equip students with the ability to recognize the most important features of common oral diseases and employ the mechanism of the disease in understanding its prevention and management.

B

COURSE OBJECTIVES

 

1.      Recognize normal anatomy and variations of normal.

2.      Describe and identify common oral lesions.

3.      Correlates the signs and symptoms of oral abnormalities with etiological factors.

4.      Distinguish among the group of symptoms such as reactive, neoplastic and infectious.

5.      Provide knowledge about pathogenesis, etiology, histo-pathological and diagnostic features of diseases.

6.      To aid the students to relate the basic understanding of the diseases with management.

C

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

 

Those students who have cleared/passed semester III can attend the course

D

COURSE REQUIREMENTS, RULES & REGULATIONS

 

Following are the expectations from the student attending the course:

Students attending this course synchronized with official ZOOM® on-line teaching account must have adequate IT resources at home with better and undisturbed internet connectivity.

50% students’ attendance of online synchronized classes must be considered mandatory.

However, the recorded course along with lecture hand-outs will be available on the DOES Learning Management System (LMS) in a-synchronized form, so that those students who may face some internet connectivity issues during on-line synchronized teaching may not suffer and face the consequences of short of attendance.

Students attending synchronized lectures and taking assessments before closing data shall also be counted in the attendance

100% students’ participation will be considered in different discussion forums, chats, quizzes, class tests, project and assignments before their closing dates as part of internal evaluation.

However, students must gain at least an average score of 50% of the total formative assessment (internal evaluation= including participation in discussion forums, quizzes, class assessments, assignments and mid-term examination) to be eligible to sit for final examination

E

COURSE PLAN (TOPIC WISE COURSE SCHEDULE).

 

Name of the program: Oral pathology

Year: 2nd            Semester: IV

Mode of teaching: Online/virtual Lecture and practical

Day of session: Monday               

Mode of delivery Each session will be Lecture based (30 mins) followed by pictorial/ Virtual understanding of the terminologies through open discussion forums and chats related to their implications towards applications. Discussion forums will be open every fortnight and will remain open for 2 weeks. The lectures will be reinforced with Hands-on Practical demonstrations (40-60 min) and either lab-based face-to-face exercises (wherever applicable) or else utilizing online teaching technology/ resources.

Session  No.

Date

Topic of Lecture/Practical

Mode of delivery

1

7.12.2020

Dental caries

(aetiology)

EACH SESSION WILL CONTAIN:

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete overview, Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Land-marking on models/ pictures

OR Picture/ Case identification (Virtually)

2

14.12.2020

Dental caries

(pathology)

3

21.12.2020

Pulp and peri- apical pathology

(Disorders of pulp)

4

28.12.2020

Pulp and peri- apical pathology

(Peri-apical periodontitis)

5

4.1.2021

Disease of periodontium

 

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Land-marking on models/ pictures (Face-to-Face)

OR Picture/ Case identification (Virtually)

 

6

11.1.2021

Salivary gland disease.

(Reactive lesions, infectious sialadenitis)

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Land-marking on models/ pictures

OR Picture/ Case identification (Virtually) QUIZ 1: lecture 1,2,3,4 included

BCQs,10 marks, 30 minutes

7

18.1.2021

Salivary gland disease.

(benign and malignant)

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete overview, Break (05 minutes), Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Land-marking on models/ pictures (Face-to-Face)

OR Picture/ Case identification (Virtually)

8

25.1.2021

Vesiculobullous lesions and ulcerative conditions

Lecture (30 minutes)

Break (10 minutes)

Practical (50 minutes)

Picture identification and description

9

1.2.2021

Mid term

BCQs: 20 marks, 40 minutes

10

8.2.2021

Vesiculobullous lesions and ulcerative conditions

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete overview, Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Land-marking on models/ pictures (Face-to-Face)

OR Picture/ Case identification (Virtually)

11

15.2.2021

Red and blue lesion

(intravascular lesions)

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete overview

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Land-marking on models/ pictures (Face-to-Face)

OR Picture/ Case identification (Virtually)

12

22.2.2021

White lesions

 

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete overview of the course

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Land-marking on models/ pictures (Face-to-Face)

OR Picture/ Case identification (Virtually)

13

1.3.2021

White lesions

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete overview of the course

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Land-marking on models/ pictures (Face-to-Face)

OR Picture/ Case identification (Virtually)

14

8.3.2021

Cyst of jaw and odontogenic tumours

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete overview of the course

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Land-marking on models/ pictures (Face-to-Face)

OR Picture/ Case identification (Virtually) QUIZ 2: Lecture 11, 12, 13 included

BCQs, 10 marks, 30 minutes

15

15.3.2021

Cyst of jaw and odontogenic tumours

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete overview, Break (20 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (05 minutes)

Land-marking on models/ pictures (Face-to-Face)

OR Picture/ Case identification (Virtually)

16

22.3.2021

Developmental disorders and genetic syndrome.

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete overview, Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (2 minutes)

Land-marking on models/ pictures (Face-to-Face)

OR Picture/ Case identification (Virtually) (40 Minutes)

test of 5 questions


GRADING POLICY

The formative assessment (A) on LMS must include:

Final Assessment on LMS (theory) and Zoom (viva)

Participation in ungraded discussion forum/ chats =

10%

Peer reviewed BCQ based Theory Exam =                  

40%

Two assignments = 

10%

------

 

Ten Practical Exercises=

10%

-----

 

Two graded quizzes =

10%

------

 

Mid-term assessment =

20%

-----

 

Total (A) =

60%

Total (B) =  

40%

 

 

TOTAL A + B =   

100%

 

Regarding Grading Policy, it is proposed that student may be considered PASS or FAIL on the basis of 50% cut-off of the total marks scored.

Course Overview

1

Title of Course

OPERATIVE DENTISTRY-I

2

Course Code

OPRD-401

3

Institute/ College/ Department

SCHOOL OF DENTAL CARE PROFESSIONALS - DUHS

4

Course Coordinator

Ms. MADIHA SHABBIR

5

Mode of Study

FULL TIME BLENDED LEARNING

6

Duration

24 Weeks Semester (16 Weeks Teaching)

7

Campus/ Location Office

OJHA CAMPUS/ SDCP Faculty Office (using DOES- LMS)

8

Total Credit Hours

03 ( 1Lecture+ 2 Practical)

9

Accredited by

HEC

10

Date of Commencement of course

As per academic calendar 

11

Date of Evaluation/ Review

Reviewed on 24th April 2020 by the Principal SDCP

Evaluation will be performed by end of June 2020

COURSE DETAILS

A

INTRODUCTION

 

The placement of this subject is in 2nd year, semester-1V of BS-DCP (Dental Hygiene). This course is to enhance knowledge and understanding of students about management of  dental disease and basic operative dentistry procedure and enlighten them on how to effectively promote proper oral hygiene

B

COURSE OBJECTIVES

 

By the end of this course. Students will be able

1.      Identify dental caries and tooth wear lesions.

2.      Proper Record making for dental charting.

3.      Student will be able to the end of session to apply application rubber dam on model (typodonts)

4.      recognized basic armamentarium of restorative

5.      To understand restorative material mixing

6.      Student will be able to the end of session patients instruction for oral hygiene & care.

7.      Describe the technique of adhesion and fissure sealant application.

8.      To understand restorative material mixing

9.      At the end of the session the student will be able to understand the types of restorative material.

10.  Understand the basic and advance concepts of (intraoral X-ray taking techniques)

11.  Acknowledgement cross infection control.

C

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

 

Students who have cleared/ passed their previous semester, which is semester-III in this case.

 

 

E

COURSE PLAN (TOPIC WISE COURSE SCHEDULE)

 

Name of the Program: operative dentistry-I

Year: 2ND    Semester: IV

Mode of Teaching: Online/Virtual Lecture/practical

Day of Session: FRIDAY Timings: 09:00 AM- 10:00 AM

Mode of delivery Each session will be Lecture based (30-40 min) followed by pictorial/ Virtual understanding of the terminologies through open discussion forums and chats related to their implications towards applications. Discussion forums will be open every fortnight and will remain open for 2 weeks. The lectures will be reinforced with Hands-on Practical demonstrations (40-60 min) and either lab-based face-to-face exercises (wherever applicable) or else utilizing online teaching technology/ resources.

Session No.

TOPIC OF LECTURES / PRACTICALS

1.       

Introduction to Operative Dentistry

2.       

Introduction to Dental Caries

3.       

Dental Caries: Classification, Etiology, & basic pathology.

4.       

Diagnosis & overview of management of dental caries

5.       

Quiz#1

6.       

Non-carious lesion, abrasion, attrition, erosion & abfraction.

7.       

Armamentarium For operative dentistry

8.       

Assignment#1  Non-carious lesion

9.       

Midterm Exam

10.   

Field isolation

11.   

Overview of restorative material, Amalgam, composite, GIC, cavity liners & base 

 12.

Restorative procedure, Cavity preparation class I, II

13  13. 

Restorative procedure, Cavity preparation class III, IV

14.

Quiz#2

15.

Cosmetic whitening

16.

Cross infection control

17.

Assignment#2  Role of infection control

18.

REVISION CLASS and feedback

F

COURSE ASSIGNMENTS

 

ASSINGMENTS TOPIC

DATE

MARKS

VENUE

Identifying the Etiological Factors Involved in the Occurrence of Non-Carious Lesions

Submission start:

4 week  till 5week   

 

5

 

Online files submission (LMS)

1.                  Role of Dental Hygienist in prevention of infection.

Submission start:           

13week  till 14week   

 

5

 

Online files submission (LMS)

G

ASSESSMENT/GRADING POLICY

 

Following is the detail of assessment criteria in the course, e.g. assignments, quizzes during the online teaching sessions, end-of-course exam, etc. and their weightage. It also contains how the students will be graded for different components of assessment, assessment methods that will be used during the course, e.g. Essay writing, MCQs, Short questions, etc.

Formative Assessment on LMS must be graded and be assigned 60% weightage of the Summative Assessment, whereas 40% may be assigned to the Final Examination conducted on LMS in the form of BCQs based Theory and online Viva based examination.

In order to provide flexibility to the students, they may be given options of two attempts to finish graded quizzes.

However, mid-term and class test must be taken as single attempt

Theory based final examination questions (to assess knowledge) will be prepared and peer reviewed by two at least examiners (internal and external)

Structured Viva of final examination (to assess attitude) will be conducted by two examiners (Internal & External)

The break-up is given as follows:

The formative assessment (A) on LMS must include:

Final Assessment on LMS (theory) and Zoom (viva)

Participation in ungraded discussion forum/ chats =

20%

Peer reviewed BCQ based Theory Exam =                  

40%

Two assignments = 

10%

-----

 

Mid-term assessment =

20%

-----

 

Two graded quizzes =

10%

-----

 

Total (A) =

60%

Total (B) =  

40%

 

 

TOTAL A + B =   

100%

 

Regarding Grading Policy, it is proposed that student may be considered PASS or FAIL on the basis of 50% cut-off of the total marks scored.

H

LEARNING RESOURCES

Ø  Referred book 

o   Pickard’s manual of operative dentistry 8th edition

o   Sturtevant’s arts and science of operative dentistry 5th edition

Ø  Topic-wise Lectures on Power Point (Soft copy)

Ø  Lecture Hand-outs (Soft copy)

Ø  Reference Reading Material [for Self-Study Assignments (SSAs)]

Ø  Self-Study Assignments (SSAs) along with instructions to prepare them

Ø  I.T. generated (password protected) Zoom Classroom Access Links

Ø  I.T. generated (password protected) Access to DOES LMS

Ø  Online Access to Digital Library (accessible text and reference books)

Ø  Open discussion forums and feedback system on LMS

J

LIST OF COURSE FACULTY

Faculty Name

Email

Phone

Ms. Sumer Mallick

Sumer.Mallick@duhs.edu.pk

03412546884

Ms. Sidra Maqsood

Sidra.maqsood@duhs.edu.pk

03340315689