INTRODUCTION

This course provides comprehensive training for students with substantial knowledge and practical ability of prosthodontics. The course is placed in 4th year semester VIII of BS-DCP that is a Dental Technology programs. 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 have comparable experience of anatomy and the principles of dental prosthetics; they can discuss patient cases using the same professional language..

COURSE OBJECTIVES

    At the end of the course, the students will emcompass submission of the following prosthesis

1.      Anterior Fixed Partial Denture (PFM) ( 8 units) (1 case)
2.      Posterior Fixed Partial denture (PFM) ( minimum 3 units ) (2cases)
3.      Metal crown and bridge (1 case each)
4.      Anterior Fixed Partial Denture (PFM) ( minimum 3 units) ( 2cases)
5.      Complete denture (5 cases)
6.      Complex partial denture (acrylic) (5 cases)
7.      Complex partial denture (cast metal) (3 cases)
8.      Temporary crown and bridges (2 cases each)

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

PRACTICAL WORK SUBMISSION

  1. Anterior Fixed Partial Denture (PFM) ( 8 units) (1 case)
  2. Posterior Fixed Partial denture (PFM) ( minimum 3 units ) (2cases)
  3. Metal crown and bridge (1 case each)
  4. Anterior Fixed Partial Denture (PFM) ( minimum 3 units) ( 2cases)
  5. Complete denture (5 cases)
  6. Complex partial denture (acrylic) (5 cases)
  7. Temporary crown and bridges (2 cases each)


YEAR 4       SEMESTER VIII

Dow University of Health Sciences

Course Overview

1

Title of Course

MAXILLOFACIAL PROSTHODONTICS

 

2

Course Code

MAXP- 801

3

Institute/ College/ Department

SCHOOL OF DENTAL CARE PROFESSIONALS – DUHS

4

Course Coordinator

    Ms.NIMRAH 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

06

9

Accredited by

No Accreditation Council

10

Date of Commencement of course

02-12-20

COURSE DETAILS

A

INTRODUCTION

 

This course provides comprehensive training for students with substantial knowledge and practical ability of prosthodontics. The course is placed in 4th year semester VIII of BS-DCP that is a course for Dental Technology program. 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 students have comparable experience of anatomy and the principles of dental prosthetics; they can discuss patient cases using the same professional language.

B

COURSE OBJECTIVES

 

Student must demonstrate competence in the knowledge and skill required to fabricate Maxillofacial prostheses, including obturators, extra oral prosthesis, properties of materials used in fabrication of different maxillofacial prosthesis:

  1.  Introduction to maxillofacial prosthesis
  2. Identification of defects
  3. Materials used for fabrication
  4. Laboratory steps for fabricating intra oral and extra oral prosthesis

 

C

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

 

Those students who have cleared all the subjects in semester VII 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)

 

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 and either lab-based face-to-face exercises (wherever applicable) or else utilizing online teaching technology/ resources.

LECTURES

S.No

Topic

 01

INTRODUCTION TO MAXILLOFACIAL PROSTHSIS

 02

IDENTIFICATION OF DEFECTS

 03

IDENTIFICATION OF DEFECTS

 04

QUIZ(TOPIC 1 & 2)

 05

MATERIALS USED FOR FABRICATION

 06

MID-TERM

 07

LAB STEPS FOR INTRAORAL PROSTHESIS

 08

LAB STEPS FOR INTRAORAL PROSTHESIS

 09

LAB STEPS FOR EXTRA ORAL PROSTHESIS

 10

LAB STEPS FOR EXTRA ORAL PROSTHESIS

 11

QUIZ(TOPIC 4 & 5)

 12

FINISHING OF FINAL PROSTHESIS

 13

GRAND TEST

 

PRACTICAL WORK:

S.No

Topic

 01

IMPRESSION POURING AND DUPLICATION OF CAST

 02

SURVEYING THE MASTER CAST

 03

BLOCKING OUT OF UNDER CUTS

 04

ARTICULATION

 05

MAKING WAX PATTERN

 06

 FABRICATING COMPONENTS/HOLLOW BULB

 07

FLASKING

 08

DE WAXING

 09

PACKING,CURING

 10

TRIMMING, FINISHING

 11

TRIMMING, FINISHING

 12

POLISHING

 13

POLISHING

 

 

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

●      Text books: DEEPAK NALLA SWAMY 1st EDITION

●      Reference books: Zarb ; Mc cracken and

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

●      Lecture Hand-outs (Soft copy)

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

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

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

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

●      Lecture AV Recordings on LMS

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

●      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. 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)

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 provides comprehensive training for students with substantial knowledge and practical ability of prosthodontics. The course is placed in 4th year semester VIII of BS-DCP that is a Dental Technology programs. 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 have comparable experience of anatomy and the principles of dental prosthetics; they can discuss patient cases using the same professional language.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

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

  1. Identify basic concepts relating to the fabrication of Fixed prosthesis and it's types.
  2. Get the practical skills of different types of tooth preparation.
  3. Practice that laboratory procedure of  fabrication of Fixed prosthesis until  finishing and polishing.
  4. Know difference b/w various types of prosthesis
  5. Identify the safe use and maintenance of lab. Instrument and equipment used for the fabrication of Prosthodontics Ceramic restoration.
  6. Identify  material used  for the fabrication of  Fixed metal restoration ,PFM including  composition , principle for manipulation and safety
  7. Practice principle related to Spruing a wax pattern, investing wax pattern ,casting technique with alloys  , built up of crown with finishing n glazing technique.
  8. All Laboratory Techniques and Procedures of prosthodontics  ceramic lab.
  9. Build the tactile sensation of operating in assimilate to the patient mouth.

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

PRACTICAL WORK

S.No

Topic

 01

Introduction of  Prosthodontics Ceramic Lab.

 02

 Armanterium , Machinery , Material n  Morphology .

 03

Casting Machine  include it's types, parts of  casting machine

 04

casting torch ( gases).

 05

Opaque layering technique.

 06

   Opaque layering technique

 07

Opaque layering technique  Build up such as colour ( Hue ,Chroma ,Value)

 08

Porcelain Technique with Mechanism

 09

Porcelain finishing technique

 10

 Porcelain grinding , uses n function of burs.

 11

. Porcelain grinding , uses n function of burs

 12

Porcelain grinding , uses n function of burs

 13

Porcelain grinding , uses n function of burs

14

Glazing  technique ( theory & video ).

15

Glazing  technique 

16

Glazing  technique 

17

submission

18

submission



INTRODUCTION

This course provides comprehensive training for students with substantial knowledge and practical ability of prosthodontics. The course is placed in 4th year semester VIII of BS-DCP that is a course for Dental Technology program. The purpose of this course is to gain enhance knowledge and understanding about Dental Implant, components of implant, cast Fabrication, 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 students have comparable experience of anatomy and the principles of dental prosthetics; they can discuss patient cases using the same professional language.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

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

  1.  Terminologies used in Dental Implant.
  2.  Components of Implant.
  3.  Cast Fabrication Techniques.
  4.  Materials and equipment required for different types of Lab work.
  5.  Laboratory Techniques and Procedures.

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

Topics

TOPIC

Mode Of Teaching

Introduction to implants

Virtual lecture

Introduction to implants

Virtual lecture

Components of implants

Virtual lecture

Components of implants

Virtual lecture

Cast fabrication for direct and indirect technique

Virtual lecture

Cast fabrication for direct and indirect technique

Virtual lecture

Cast fabrication for direct and indirect technique

Virtual lecture

Temporary prosthesis for implants

Virtual lecture

Mid Term

Virtual lecture

Temporary prosthesis for implants

Virtual lecture

Customized abutments with crowns

Virtual lecture

Customized abutments with crowns

Virtual lecture

Components of implants (Revision)

Virtual lecture

Components of implants (Revision)

Virtual lecture

Cast fabrication for direct and indirect technique (Revision)

Virtual lecture

Cast fabrication for direct and indirect technique (Revision)

Virtual lecture




Dow University of Health Sciences

Course Overview

1

Title of Course

CAST PARTIAL DENTURE

2

Course Code

CPD-801

3

Institute/ College/ Department

SCHOOL OF DENTAL CARE PROFESSIONALS – DUHS

4

Course Coordinator

Ms.NIMRAH 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

5

9

Accredited by

No Accreditation Council

10

Date of Commencement of course

5TH DEC 2020 (tentative)

COURSE DETAILS

A

INTRODUCTION

 

This course provides comprehensive training for students with substantial knowledge and practical ability of prosthodontics. The course is placed in 4th year semester VIII of BS-DCP that is a Dental Technology programs. 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 have comparable experience of anatomy and the principles of dental prosthetics; they can discuss patient cases using the same professional language.

B

COURSE OBJECTIVES

 

Students must demonstrate competence in the knowledge and skill required to fabricate cast partial denture, including:

1.     Introduction to removable partial denture (Identifying and usage of various trays, materials and instrument)

2.     Work authorization and components of partial denture

3.     Fabrication of initial casts with mounting (confirmatory approach)

4.     Principles of surveying (Initial Surveying)

5.     Fabrication of master casts

6.     Final surveying and duplication

7.     Wax pattern placement according to design

8.     Spruing, investing, burnout, casting and finishing for metal framework

9.     Evaluating metal framework on cast and occlusal rims fabrication

10.  Mounting procedures (reorganized approach)

11.  Teeth arrangement and remount procedures

12.  Lab procedure for acrylic (investing, dewaxing, packing, curing, finishing and polishing)

13.  Laboratory rebasing and re-lining

14.  Repairs and addition of removable partial denture

15.  Soldering

C

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

 

Those students who have cleared all the subjects in semester VII 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)

 

Mode of delivery Each session will be Lecture based (20 min) followed by pictorial/ Virtual understanding of the procedure and techniques 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 and either lab-based face-to-face exercises (wherever applicable) or else utilizing online teaching technology/ resources.

PRACTICAL WORK

S.No

Topic

 01

INTRODUCTION TO CAST PARTIAL DENTURE

 02

WORK AUTHORIZATION AND COMPONENTS OF PARTIAL DENTURE

 03

FABRICATION OF INITIAL CAST AND MOUNTING

 04

PRINCIPLES OF SURVEYING

 05

FABRICATION OF MASTER CASTS

 06

   FINAL SURVEYING AND DUPLICATION

 07

WAX PATTERN PLACEMENT ACCORDING TO DESIGN

 

 08

SPRUING, INVESTING, BURNOUT, CASTING AND FINISHING FOR METAL FRAMEWORK

 

 09

EVALUATING METAL FRAMEWORK ON CAST AND OCCLUSAL RIMS FABRICATION

 

 10

MOUNTING PROCEDURES (REORGANIZED APPROACH)

 11

TEETH ARRANGEMENT AND REMOUNT PROCEDURES

 12

LAB PROCEDURE FOR ACRYLIC (INVESTING, DEWAXING, PACKING, CURING, FINISHING AND POLISHING)

 

 13

LABORATORY REBASING AND RE-LINING

 

 

 

F

COURSE ASSIGNMENTS

 

  1. Practical work(QUOTA WORK)
  2. Log books

 

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

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 online Viva based examination.

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%

 

 

Practical submissions = 

30%

Structured Viva (Internal Examiner) = 

20%

Logbook =

10%

Structured Viva (External Examiner) = 

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

●      Text books: Nalla Swamy, 2004

●      Reference books: Zarb ; Mc cracken and

●      Topic-wise Video demonstrations

●      Lecture Hand-outs (Soft copy)

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

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

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

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

●      Lecture AV Recordings on LMS

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

●      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. 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)

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


Course Overview

1

Title of Course

PEADODONTICS

2

Course Code

PAED-801

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

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

 

COURSE DETAILS

A

INTRODUCTION

 

The placement of this subject is in 4TH year, semester-VIII of BS-DCP (Dental Hygiene). The purpose of this course is to enhance knowledge   and understanding of students about management of dental disease in primary dentition and   enlighten them on how to effectively promote patients proper oral hygiene in children.

B

COURSE OBJECTIVES

 

By the end of this course, the students must be able to:

1.      Understand the basic & advance concepts of Management of dental caries in pediatric patients.

2.      students will be able to Record History & Examination

3.      Explain the use of fluoride modalities

4.      Management of traumatic injuries in primary dentition.

C

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

 

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

D

COURSE PLAN (TOPIC WISE COURSE SCHEDULE)

 

Name of the Program: PAEDODONTICS

Year: 4TH   Semester: VIII

Day of Session;   TUESDAY  12:00 pm to 12:45 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

Session No.

TOPIC OF LECTURES / PRACTICALS

 

     01

Behavior management

 

      02

History, examination and diagnosis

 

      03

Quiz = 1 &  Assignment  ‘Difference between

pulpectomy & pulpotomy’

 

      04

Development of dentition

 

      05

Dental caries in Primary Dentition

 

      06

MIDTERM

 

      07

Prevention of Dental Caries

 

      08

Assignment “ Techniques of local anesthesia in children

 

      09

Fluoride modalities

 

      10

Operative treatment of dental caries in primary dentition

 

      11

Quiz = 2

 

      12

Local Anesthesia for Children

 

      13

REVISION CLASS

 

E

COURSE ASSIGNMENTS

 

ASSINGMENTS TOPIC

SUBMISSION DATE

VENUE

1.      Difference between pulpectomy & pulpotomy

 2nd week

 Online word file submission (LMS)

2.      Techniques of local anesthesia in children

8th week

 

Online word file submission (LMS)

F

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)

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.

G

LEARNING RESOURCES

Ø  Referred book  Welburry 2nd Edition                 

                             Sturdevant’s Art & 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  Lecture AV Recordings on LMS

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

Open discussion forums and feedback system on LMS

H

LIST OF COURSE FACULTY

Faculty Name

Email

Phone

Ms. Sumer Mallick

Sumer.Mallick@duhs.edu.pk

03412546884

 

 


Course Overview

1

Title of Course

PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY ( Lab only)

2

Course Code

PDENT-801

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

9

Accredited by

HEC

10

Date of Commencement of course

7th Dec, 2020  TO 31st March, 2021

 

COURSE DETAILS

A

INTRODUCTION

 

The placement of this subject is in 4th year, semester-VIII of BS-DCP (Dental Hygiene) The purpose of this course is to enhance knowledge and understanding of students about management of basic preventive dentistry procedure and enlighten them on how to effectively promote patients oral health care and instruct prevent  measures to oral disease  

B

COURSE OBJECTIVES

 

By the end of this course. Students will be able

1.      History, Examination and diagnosis related to preventive dentistry.

2.      Proper Record making for dental charting

3.       Identify the management fluorosis

4.      Acknowledgement of basic sterilization &role of aseptic environment.

5.      Student will be able to the end of session patients instruct Post-Operative care after restoration.

6.      Student will be able to the end of session patients instruct diet counseling after preventive procedure.

7.      Do Technique fissure sealant application on phantom/extracted tooth.

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

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

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

11.  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-VII in this case.

D

COURSE PLAN (TOPIC WISE COURSE SCHEDULE)

 

Name of the Program: preventive dentistry

Year: 4th     Semester: VIII

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

Day of Session: WEDNESDAY Timings;11:00 AM- 12:00 PM

S No.

               TOPIC OF  PRACTICALS

 

01.   

Introduction to Diet Counselling

02.   

Balance diet

03.   

Balance diet

04.   

Quiz#1

05.   

Nutritional Problems in Public Health

06.   

Assignment #1

07.   

Nutritional Assessment

08.   

Enameloplasty

09.   

Quiz#2

10.   

Fluorides in Caries prevention

11.   

Administration of Fluoride

12.   

Defluoridation  

13.   

Assignment#2

14.   

Fluoride Application

15.   

Fluoride Application

 

16.   

Pits & Fissure Sealant Procedure

 

17.   

Presentation

 

18.   

Presentation

 

F

COURSE ASSIGNMENTS

 

ASSINGMENTS TOPIC

MARKS

VENUE

1.      ORAL HYGIENE

INSTRUCTION FOR PTIS & FISSURE SEALANTS

 

05

 

 

Online files submission (LMS)

2.      Role of Fluorides in prevention of dental caries.

 

05

 

 

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 =

10%

Structured Viva (Internal Examiner) = 

10%

 

Two assignments = 

10%

Structured Viva (External Examiner) = 

30%

One Oral  Presentation=

10%

-----

 

Two graded quizzes =

10%

-----

 

Practical Exercises=

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  Referred book 

Pickard’s manual of operative dentistry 8th 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  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

J

LIST OF COURSE FACULTY

Faculty Name

Email

Phone

Ms. Sidra Maqsood

sidra.maqsood@duhs.edu.pk

0334-0315689

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


A

INTRODUCTION

 

Endodontic dentistry is the specialty that deals consist of a series of treatments, including removing pulpal tissue, filling and shaping root canals, obturating the root canal space, and placing a permanent restoration for the tooth.

   After establishing some level of disease control, endodontic therapy can then be completed.

   This course has been divided into two parts, where lectures and practical work will be covered over period 4 months, where the first part has already been covered by students in semester VIII. The course will help students understand and identify the infectious diseases in the tooth.

    The practical component will enlighten them with the basic information and skill of identifying stages of dental diseases and providing and practicing effective methods of health care delivery. The entire process goes with the mission and vision of the university.

B

COURSE OBJECTIVES

 

By the completion of this semester;

 The students will be able:

1.      To understand the types of endodontic treatment, etiology, stages of treatment and filling material which were advices Dental Surgeon.

2.      Endo-perio processes.

3.      Pain of endodontic origin.

4.      Recognize endodontic instrumentation, including rotary.

5.      Instruments for measuring the length of canals.

6.      To maintain diagnosis and treatment plan record properly which were advices Dental Surgeon; clinical and radiologic.

7.      Discuss with the Dental Surgeon of current recommended NSAIDs for postoperative pain after conventional endodontic treatment.

8.      Discuss the current antibiotic recommendations for endodontic therapy.

C

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

 

Those students who have cleared all the subjects in semester VII 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: ENDODONTIC           

Year: 4th   Semester: VIII    

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

Day of Session: Tuesday 11:00 AM to 11:45 AM

Books Reference:

·         Fundamentals of Operative Dentistry by Summit and Schwartz - 3rd edition

·         Dental Radiographs by Eric Whaites - 4th edition

·         Pickard’s manual of Operative Dentistry – 4th edition

Session no.

TOPICS OF LECTURES / PRACTICALS

1.       

History taking and diagnosis in endodontics

2.       

Radiographs in endodontics

3.       

Field isolation

4.       

Endodontic instruments

5.       

MID TERM

6.       

Working length determination.

7.       

Irrigation and obturation.

8.       

Core buildup materials.

9.       

Introduction to rotary endodontics.

10.   

Advancement in endodontics.

11.   

Endodontic Posts.

12.   

Sterilization and asepsis

13.   

Introduction to Apisectomy

14.   

REVISION CLASS

The formative assessment (A) on LMS must include:

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

Attendance/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




Course Overview

1

Title of Course

ORAL MEDICINE-II

2

Course Code

OM-801

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

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 taught in the 4th year semester Vlll. This subject comprised of detailed information about oral mucosal lesions however it also includes topic, as temporomandibular joint anatomy, disorders, prevention and management, salivary gland disorders. Students will be capable of identifying and making diagnosis of oral mucosal diseases, their presentation, prevention and management. Healthy and sound knowledge help students become skilled learners and competent professionals. Strategies related to teaching online include, discussion, lectures, presentations, videos showing the process of clinical diagnosis and management. The professionals will be able to address the pressing needs of community through their skills and knowledge. Creative activities such as, writing a reflective paper after watching videos of clinicians identifying different mucosal conditions will broaden their horizon and help them become leaders in their professional field providing high quality services.

B

COURSE OBJECTIVES

 

1.      The student must be competent to diagnose and manage common oral mucosal diseases and disorders in patients of all ages. In particular, be able to identify and understand oral manifestations of systemic diseases.

2.      Be competent to participate in the diagnosis and proper referral of the patient with life-threatening oral mucosal diseases.

3.      Be competent to employ appropriate techniques to manage orofacial pain, discomfort and psychological distress.

4.      Be able to identify disorders related to temporomandibular joint and suggest appropriate referrals

5.      Be able to present case history to the concerned staff

C

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

 

Those students who have cleared/passed semester VII 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 medicine II

Year: 4th                           Semester: VIII

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

Day of session: Thursday              

Session no.

Date

Lecture/practical

Mode of delivery

01

3.12.2020

Medical emergencies—introduction

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/ Virtual Case Studies

 

02

10.3.2020

Medical emergencies – basics

03

17.3.2020

Salivary glands

(Anatomy, function and clinical examination)

Lecture (30 minutes)

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

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

OR Picture/ Virtual Case Studies

 

04

24.3.2020

Diagnostic, investigation of salivary gland disorder

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete overview of the course

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Picture/ Virtual Case Studies

 

05

31.12.2020

Conservative management of Salivary gland disorders.

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete overview of the course

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Picture/ Virtual Case Studies

06

7.1.2021

Halitosis and taste disturbance.

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete overview of the course

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Picture/ Virtual Case Studies

 

07

14.1.2021

Oral manifestation of systemic diseases (GIT))

Lecture (30 minutes)

Break (05 minutes)

Practical (25 minutes) picture identification of oral lesions and discussion

 

 

QUIZ

Topics included: Medical emergencies and salivary gland 20 minutes, 10 marks, BCQs

08

21.1.2021

Oral manifestation of systemic diseases (haematological disorder)

Lecture (30 minutes)

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Picture/ Virtual Case Studies

 

09

28.1.2021

Mid term

 

10

4.2.2021

Oral manifestation of systemic diseases (endocrine)

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete overview of the course

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Picture/ Virtual Case Studies 

 

11

11.2.2021

Oral manifestation of systemic diseases(renal and skin)

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete overview of the course

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Picture/ Virtual Case

 

12

18.202021

Orofacial pain/neuralgia

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete overview of the course

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Picture/ Virtual Case Studies

 

13

25.2.2021

Temporomandibular Joint(Anatomy and function)

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete overview of the course

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Picture/ Virtual Case Studies

 

14

4.3.2021

Temporomandibular joint (Clinical examination, diagnostic investigation, conservative management of TMJ disorder)

Lecture (30 minutes)

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Picture/ Virtual Case Studies

 

15

11.3.2021

Oral Pigmentation

Lecture (30 minutes) give complete overview of the course

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Picture/ Virtual Case Studies

 

 

 

QUIZ

Topics included: Orofacial pain, oral manifestation of renal and endocrine diseases, TMJ

BCQs, 30 minutes,10 marks

16

18.3.2021

Oral manifestation of systemic diseases (CNS,CVS ,respiratory and Liver)

Lecture (30 minutes)

Break (05 minutes)

Practical Instructions And Demonstration (25 minutes)

Picture/ Virtual Case Studies

 


ASSESMENT/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 =                  

20%

Two assignments = 

10%

 

 

One oral Presentation=

10%

 

 

Two graded quizzes =

10%

-----

 

Mid-term assessment =

20%

-----

 

Total (A) =

60%

Total (B) =  

40%

 

 

TOTAL A + B =   

100%


A textbook is recommended: Tyldesley’s oral medicine

Additional text book:  Medical problems in dentistry by Scully Contemporary oral and maxillofacial surgery by Tucker