Third Year Semester VI

 

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

i.Perform dental scaling diagnostic tests of periodontal diseases.

 

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

 

The student shall develop attitude to;

 

i. Impart the preventive measures namely, the prevention of periodontal

diseases and prevention of the progress of the disease.

 

 

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



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.


Objectives:

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

  • Develop appropriate and individualized self-care regimens.
  • Deliver oral health education in different communities and outreach programs.
  • Promote preventive health behaviors by personally striving to maintain optimal oral and general health.
  • Incorporate a wellness philosophy that promotes healthy lifestyles for staff and patients/clients into the practice of dental hygiene and/ or the workplace.
  • Encourage patients/clients to assume responsibility for their health and promote adherence to self-care regimens.
  • Deliver fluoride applications, fissure sealants and atraumatic restorative treatment in clinical settings.


COURSE CODE: DM-601
PLACEMENT: YEAR:3rd    SEMESTER: VI
INTRODUCTION:

The Study of composition and properties of dental materials and the manner in which they interact with the environment they are placed. Science Of Dental Materials Science of dental materials is a basic science which deals with physical, mechanical, and biological properties of dental materials. The study of Science of dental materials gives the operator a basic knowledge about the materials. This helps to choose a material and allow him/her to effectively manipulate it. The Science of Dental Materials: “Why are we studying this field?” 

1. for the knowledge to make an optimal selection of materials

 2. To understand the behavior of the materials, use, handling, manipulation 

3. Safety considerations of the materials 

4. Patient education regarding dental restoratives

 5. Recognition of materials – proper care of prosthodontic restorations 

6. Understand the professional literature.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Understanding the science of Dental Materials.
  2. Identify various gypsum products, their reactions & their usage.
  3. Identify various impression materials, their physical applications & usage.
  4.  Identify various dental waxes, their physical applications & their usage.
  5. Describe the purpose of separating materials & demonstrate their proper usage.
  6. Describe the various types of acrylic resins, their physical & chemical properties & their usage.
  7. Describe the various dental burs & abrasives, & demonstrate their usage.
  8. Use appropriate terminology with respect to dental materials.
  9. Identify the alloys used in dentistry.
  10.  Define metal structures.
  11. ·Identify dental casting investments.
  12. Identify dental soldering investments.
  13. To understand chemistry, properties classification & usage of different direct & indirect restorative material.
  14. To understand mixing & manipulation different dental materials used in Dentistry.

At the end of the session the student will be able to understand the types of material available, their manipulation & proper selection based on the properties, composition & both clinical as well as lab side performance.

MODE OF LEARNING :-

Theory & Practical 

COURSE PLAN :-

1-Introduction to Restorative Materials 

2-Dental Amalgam

3-Dental Adhesives

4-Glass Ionomer Cements

5-Dental Cements 

6-Endodontic Materials 

7-Finishing & Polishing Materials 

8-Prosthodontic Lab Equipments 

9-Dental Composites 

GRADING POLICY :-

·       Attendance

·       Student attitude

·       Class test

·       Assignments

·       Quizzes

·       Presentations

Assessment method used during course is BCQS.


INTRODUCTION:

The placement of this subject is in 3rd year, semester-VI of BS-DCP (Dental Hygiene and Dental Technology). 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

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

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

1. Procedure for pre-surgery patient evaluation and diagnostic tests.

2. Protocol for oral surgery in hospitals. 

3. Techniques for maintaining patients undergoing oral surgery. 

4. Preoperative complications in medically compromised patients. 

5. Procedures for managing medical emergencies. 

6. Possible post-operative medical problems. 

7. Assist procedures under sedative and anesthetic emergencies.

8. Assist procedures for treating maxillofacial trauma. 

9. Assist in diagnosing and treating infections.

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.

Students will be able,By the end of this course

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

  2.  Understanding the approaches for restoration of esthetics and uses of veneers, inlays,on-lay & crown

  3.  Identify the management of tooth discoloration

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

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

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

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

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

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


INTRODUCTION:

Community Dentistry is a speciality 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.

OBJECTIVE:

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

Describe epidemiological of oral disease that will contribute to the understanding and prevention of oral health problems; and primary oral health care provision.

Identify the oral/dental disease and problems of individuals that will help them in the development of appropriate and individualized self-care regimens.