INTRODUCTION

This is an advanced level course for BS-DCP (Dental Technology) Program in semester-VI where materials related to overall operative dentistry is introduced to the students, their properties, and the manner in which they interact with the environment they are placed.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  1. To provide knowledge on the nature, qualities, and composition of modern dental materials and their manipulation.
  2. To understand the chemistry, properties, classifications, and usage of different direct and indirect restorative materials.
  3. To understand mixing and manipulating of different dental materials used in dentistry.

Introduction:

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

Course objectives: 

The student shall acquire the skill to:

1. Perform dental scaling diagnostic tests of periodontal diseases.

2. To use the instruments for periodontal therapy and maintenance of the same.

The student shall develop attitude to;

1. Impart the preventive measures namely, the prevention of periodontal diseases and prevention of the progress of the disease. 

2. Student will be able to instruct oral hygiene instructions in patients according to the different periodontal diseases.



Course Overview

1

Title of Course

OPERATIVE DENTISTRY-III

2

Course Code

OPRD-302

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

04

9

Accredited by

HEC

10

Date of Commencement of course

As per academic calendar

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

 

The placement of this subject is in 3RD year, semester-VI of BS-DCP (Dental Hygiene & dental technologist). The purpose of this course is to enhance knowledge and understanding of students about management of tooth discoloration and enlighten them on how to effectively promote patients proper esthetics.

B

COURSE OBJECTIVES

 

By the end of this course. Students will be able

1.      To Record History, Examination the patients and make diagnosis related to restorative dentistry.

2.      Categorized hue, chroma, value and color of natural tooth

3.      Identify the management of tooth discoloration

4.      Understanding the approaches for restoration of esthetics and uses of veneers, inlays, on-lays  and crowns

5.        Describe and  demonstrate  the class-l cavity preparation on phantom tooth

6.      Describe the purpose for restorative materials & demonstrate their proper usage.

7.      To understand restorative material mixing(GIC & AMALGAM)

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

9.      Student will be able to the end of session Post-Operative care instructions after crown /veneer/on-lays cementations.

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

C

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

 

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

D

COURSE PLAN (TOPIC WISE COURSE SCHEDULE)

 

Name of the Program: operative dentistry-III

Year: 4TH   Semester: VI

Day of Session:  Thursday     Timings:  11am-11:45 pm

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, such as video demonstrations

Session No.

           TOPIC OF LECTURES / PRACTICALS

1.                   

Introduction to esthetic & importance of esthetic.

2.                   

Hue, chrome, value & description of color of natural teeth

3.

Quiz & Assignment # 1

4.

Tooth discoloration

5.

Treatment options of tooth discoloration

6.

MIDTERM

7.

Overview of all ceramic and metal ceramic system

8.

Assignment # 2

9.

Composite restorations

10.

Composite veneers

11

Quiz

12.

Inlays and On-lays

13

Porcelain veneers and crowns                   

14

Post-operative care after crown /veneer/on-lays cementations.

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COURSE ASSIGNMENTS

 

ASSINGMENTS TOPIC

DATE

TIME

VENUE

 

1.  Plaque Control Methods- Professional care

                                                                                                                   

 

 

Submission start:           

Submission end:

          3rd

         week

 

 

Online files submission (LMS)

               

2.Define all ceramics and metal ceramic system

 

Submission start:           

Submission end:

           8th

         week

 

Online files submission (LMS)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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%

------

 

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.

H

LEARNING RESOURCES

Ø  Text books:

Mc Cabe – 8thedition.

Fundamentals of operative dentistry by Scwartz and summit 

Contemporary fixed prosthodontics by fujimoto rosenthteil - 4th editions.

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

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LIST OF COURSE FACULTY

Faculty Name

Email

Phone

Ms. Sumer Mallick

Sumer.Mallick@duhs.edu.pk

03412546884

 




Course Overview

1

Title of Course

COMMUNITY DENTISTRY II

2

Course Code

CD-302

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

2

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

 

Community Dentistry is a specialty that deals with the population as a whole, both sick and healthy. Thus it is important to know both the occurrence and prevalence of oral health and diseased status in a population. This course has been divided into two parts, where lectures and practical work will be covered over a period of 4 months for each of the two courses in the semester-V and later portion will be covered in semester-VI.

B

COURSE OBJECTIVES

 

By the end of the course the students of dental hygiene will be able to:

1.       Define and understand dental public health and underlying range of factors that determine people’s health.

2.       Describe epidemics of oral diseases that will contribute to the understanding and prevention of oral health problems; and primary oral health care provision.

3.       Identify the oral health needs of individuals that will help them in the development of appropriate and individualized self-care regimens.

4.       Understand the utilization of various health personnel in the management of health care.

C

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

 

Those students who have cleared/passed semester V 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: Community dentistry II

Year: 3rd           Semester: VI

Mode of teaching: Online/virtual Lecture and practical

Day of session: Friday              

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 Lecture

Duration

Teaching Method

Assessment

1.                   

4.12.2020

Introduction to Periodontal Diseases

2 Hour

Lecture

Assignments and Quizzes

2.                   

11.12.2020

Epidemiology of Periodontal Diseases

 

2 Hour + 8 Hours

Lecture + Practical and Clinical Exposure

3.                   

 

18.12.2020

Oral Hygiene and Plaque Indices

 

1 Hour + 4 Hours

Lecture + Practical and Clinical Rotation

Scientific presentation,

Hands-on assessment and

Class test

4.                   

 

25.12.2020

Periodontal Indices

 

1 Hour + 4 Hours

Lecture + Practical and Clinical Rotation

5.                   

1.1.2021

 

Epidemiology of Oral Cancer

QUIZ 1

1 Hour

Lecture

Class test

6.                   

15.1.2021

Oral Cancer Stages and Screening Examinations

1 Hour

Lecture

7.                   

22.1.2021

Epidemiology of Malocclusion and Traumatic Dental Injuries

2 Hour

Lecture

8.                   

 

29.1.2021

Examination and grading of Malocclusion

 

1 Hours + 4 Hours

Lecture + Practical and Clinical Exposure

9.                   

5.2.2021

MID TERM

 

 

10.               

12.2.2021

Examination and grading of Traumatic dental injuries

1 Hour

 

11.               

19.2.2021

Epidemiology of Fluorosis & other oral Diseases

1 Hour

4 Hours

Lecture + Practical Exercises

12.               

26.2.2021

Indices for Fluorosis and other diseases

1 Hour

Lecture

Hands-on assessment

13.               

5.3.2021

Over view of diagnostic criteria of all dental diseases

1 Hour

8 Hours

Lecture + Practical and Clinical Exposure

 

14.               

12.3.2021

Occupational Hazards

1 Hour

Lecture

Assignments and Quizzes

15.               

19.3.2021

Cross-Infection in Dentistry

1 Hour

Lecture

16.               

26.3.2021

Revision class

1 Hour

 

 

Text book recommended:

Textbook of preventive and community dentistry by joseph john


Course Overview

1

Title of Course

PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY-1

2

Course Code

PD-302

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

4

9

Accredited by

HEC

10

Date of Online Commencement of course

07-12-2020






 

COURSE DETAILS

A

INTRODUCTION

 

The placement of this subject is in 3rd year, semester-VI, of BS-DCP (Dental Hygiene). Preventive Dentistry deals with the maintenance and promotion of overall health status and prevention from diseased status at every level. This course has been divided into two parts, where lectures and practical work will be covered over a period of 4 months for each of the two courses in the semester- VI and later similar portion will be covered in semester-VII.

B

COURSE OBJECTIVES

 

By the end of the course the students of dental hygiene will be able to:

1.            Develop appropriate and individualized self-care regimens.

2.            Deliver oral health education in different communities and outreach programs.

3.            Promote preventive health behaviors by personally striving to maintain optimal oral and general health.

4.            Incorporate a wellness philosophy that promotes healthy lifestyles for staff and patients/clients into the practice of dental hygiene and/ or the workplace.

5.            Encourage patients/clients to assume responsibility for their health and promote adherence to self-care regimens.

6.            Deliver fluoride applications, fissure sealants and atraumatic restorative treatment in clinical settings

C

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

 

Those students who have cleared all the subjects in semester V can attend the course.

E

COURSE PLAN (TOPIC WISE COURSE SCHEDULE)

 

Name of the Program: Preventive Dentistry-I

Year: 3rd     Semester: VI

Mode of Teaching: Online/Virtual Lecture/practical

Day of Session: THURSDAY Timings: 10:00 AM- 11:00 AM

 

 

Semester: VI,     Year-3

Text book recommended:

Textbook of preventive and community dentistry by Joseph John (3rd Edition).

STRATEGIES:

Didactic component will comprise power point lectures and tutorials in the class on the topics outlined subsequently. Practical component will comprise of oral health and disease examination on models/ pictorials and patients both in clinic and outreach. Presentations by students on preventive oral health related topics, oral health education and promotion amongst different populations will also be included in practical hours.

S. No

Topic of Lecture

Duration

Teaching Method

Assessment

1.     

Introduction to Preventive Dentistry

1 Hour

Lecture

Assignments and Quizzes

2.     

Public health approaches to prevention

1 Hour

Lecture

3.     

Concept of prevention

1 Hour

Lecture

 

4.     

Control of Diseases

 

 

5.     

Health Promotion

1 Hour

Lecture

6.     

Quiz#1

 

 

7.     

Health Education

1 Hour

Lecture

8.     

Behavioral Management Theories

1 Hour

Lecture

9.     

Assignment#1

 

 

10. 

Social Dentistry and cultural taboos

1 Hour

Lecture

11. 

Prevention of Dental Caries

1 Hour

Lecture

12. 

Midterm Exam

 

 

13. 

Control of caries inducing microorganisms

1 Hour

Lecture

14. 

Role of Fluorides

1 Hour + 16 Hours

Lecture +  Practical and Clinical Rotations

Scientific presentation and Class Test

15. 

Assignment#2

 

 

16. 

Diet and Nutrition

2 Hour

Lecture

17. 

Sugars and Dental Caries

1 Hour

Lecture

18.

Pits and fissure sealants

1 Hour +

16 Hours

Lecture + Practical and Clinical Rotations

Hands-on assessment

19. 

Quiz#2

 

 

20. 

Atraumatic Restorative Treatment

1 Hours +

16 Hours

Lecture + Practical

21. 

Revision Class

 

 

 

F

COURSE ASSIGNMENTS

 

S. No

Assignment topic

File type

Marks

1

Find an article/research paper relating control of caries induced microorganism and summarize all the risk factors in paper as per your understanding

Word

10

2

How to control dental caries with relation of level of prevention

Word

10

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 =

10%

Peer reviewed BCQ based Theory Exam =                  

40%

Two assignments = 

10%

-----

 

One class test =

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.

H

LEARNING RESOURCES

Ø  A textbook is recommended: Text book of preventive and community dentistry By Joseph John

Ø  Additional text book:  Essentials of dental public health

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

I

LIST OF COURSE FACULTY

Name

Email

Phone

Sidra Maqsood

Sidra.maqsood@duhs.edu.pk

03340315689