Second Year Semester-IV Batch-12

COURSE TITLE: CONSERVATION TECHNOLOGY-I 

Year :- 2  Semester:- IV 

INTRODUCTION TO THE COURSE:

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 Crowns & Bridges. This course provides comprehensive training for students with substantial knowledge and practical ability of Dental Technology. The ample 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, making of the model, trimming of a model, Materials used in Fixed Laboratory, Instruments, Machine, Laboratory techniques and procedures of the Crown and Bridges, Post insertion complains, Manipulation of Materials.

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

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

1. Remember different terminologies used in prosthodontics 

2. Classify different types of Crown and Bridges 

3. Know difference b/w various types of prosthesis 

4. Understand different materials and equipment required for different types of Lab work. 

5. Perform laboratory techniques and procedures 

6. Lute Crown and Bridge 

7. Perform spot grinding process

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.

COURSE PLAN:

Topic 1: Introduction 

Topic 2: Investment & Casting 

Topic 3: Metal Ceramic Alloys

Topic 4: Model & Die Materials 

Topic 5: Casting Alloys Wrought Alloys & Solder

COURSE CODE: PD 202

PLACEMENT: 2nd Year   Semester IV

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 of the role of Dental Technologist in the fabrication of dentures.

This course provides comprehensive training for students with substantial knowledge and practical ability of Dental Technology. The ample 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.

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.