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    • Metropolitan Community College COURSE OUTLINE FORM (Page 1 of 6)Course Title: DENTAL SPECIALITIES ICourse Prefix & No.: LEC: LAB: Credit Hours:DEA-121 4 0 4COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course provides the fundamentals of Endodontics, Periodontics, and OralSurgery procedures with detailed instruction of the dental assistant’s role in each specialty area includinginstrumentation.COURSE PREREQUISITE (S): Successful completion of DEA 111     RATIONALE:The changes in this course will enhance and up-date the material to assure that the dental assisting students willcontinue to receive a quality education and future employment as a dental assistant. This will also meet therequirements and guidelines of the College and for accreditation with the American Dental Association.     REQUIRED TEXTBOOK (S) and/or MATERIALS:Title: Delmar’s Dental Assisting-A Comprehensive Approach      Edition: Current EditionAuthor: Phinney/Halstead     Publisher: DelmarMaterials:      Supplemental materials will be handed out in class.Attached course outline written by: Joan Trimpey Date:      Winter, 2004Reviewed/Revised by: Winter 2003       Date: November, 2003Effective quarter of course outline: Winter 2003 Date: November, 2003     Academic Dean: Michele O’Connor       Date:      COURSE OBJECTIVES: ESO Revised 3-13-01
    • Metropolitan Community College COURSE OUTLINE FORM (Page 2 of 6) 1. Describe the different procedures for Endodontics. 2. Identify by name the instruments used for an Endodontic procedure. 3. Describe the different procedures for Periodontics. 4. Identify by name the instruments used for a Periodontic procedure. 5. Describe the different procedures for Oral Surgery. 6. Identify by name the instruments used for an Oral Surgery procedure. 7. Write home care instructions for the above specialties.UNIT OBJECTIVES:Module I Endodontics Unit I Introduction to EndodonticsUpon completion of this unit, the dental assisting student will be able to: 1. Define endodontics 2. Discuss briefly the history of endodontics 3. List the eleven scopes of endodontics 4. Name and describe the diagnostic tests used to determine the need for endodontic treatment 5. List at least five pieces of information that would be recorded on the patient’s record from the diagnostic testing. 6. List the instruments, equipment, and materials used during a diagnostic testing for possible endodontic treatment and vie the use(s) for each.Unit II Pulp ProtectionUpon completion of this unit, the dental assisting student will be able to: 1. Explain the difference between desensitization of dentin and pulp protection 2. Identify the materials used in the protection of the pulp 3. Identify by name the instruments used during pulp protection. 4. List the information that would be recorded of what was done for the patient on the patient’s chart for pulp protection 5. Explain the procedure and home care instructions to the patient 6. Define pulp capping 7. Name and describe the two (2) methods of pulp capping 8. Identify the materials used with each method of pulp capping 9. Identify by name the instruments used during a pulp capping 10. List the information that would be recorded of what was done for the patient on the patient’s chart for a pulp capping. 11. Explain the procedure and home care instructions to the patient 12. Define pulpotomy 13. Explain the purpose of using calcium hydroxide during a pulpotomy 14. Identify the materials used during a pulpotomy 15. Identify the instruments used during a pulpotomy 16. List the information that would be recorded for what was done for a patient on the patient’s chart for a pulpotomy ESO Revised 3-13-01
    • Metropolitan Community College COURSE OUTLINE FORM (Page 3 of 6) 17. Explain the procedure and home care instructions to the patientUnit III Pulpectomy and BleachingUpon completion of this unit, the dental assisting student will be able to: 1. Define pulpectomy 2. Describe the different stages that a patient goes through when having a pulpectomy 3. Name the two (2) popular irrigation solutions and explain what they do during a pulpectomy. 4. Identify the materials used during a pulpectomy. 5. Identify by name the instruments used during a pulpectomy. 6. Record the information of what was done for the patient on the patient’s chart. 7. Give home care instructions to a patient that has had a pulpectomy. 8. Define Bleaching. 9. Describe the procedure for beaching a tooth.Unit IV Endodontic SurgeryUpon completion of this unit, the dental assisting student will be able to: 1. Describe the following procedures: a. Apical curettage b. Apicoectomy c. Retrofil d. Implantodontics e. Root amputation f. Hemisection 2. Identify the materials used for each of the above procedures 3. Identify the instruments used for each of the above procedures 4. Give the home care instructions for the above proceduresModule II Periodontics Unit I Introduction to PeriodonticsUpon completion of this unit, the dental assisting student will be able to: 1. Define Periodontics 2. List the four (4) indications for periodontal treatment 3. Name the four (4) contraindications for periodontal treatment Unit II Periodontal DiseasesUpon completion of this unit, the dental assisting student will be able to: 1. Give the two (2) major considerations in studying the development of periodontal disease 2. List the six (6) most common local irritants and their possible mechanisms of actions on the soft gingival tissues 3. Give the seven (7) systemic factors contributing to the progress of periodontal disease 4. Name the five (5) dysfunctional factors contributing to the progress of periodontal disease ESO Revised 3-13-01
    • Metropolitan Community College COURSE OUTLINE FORM (Page 4 of 6) 5. Discuss the difference between systemic factors and dysfunctional factors 6. Give the three (3) classifications of periodontal disease and categorize the stages 7. List the four (4) classes of gingivitis 8. Define periodontitis 9. Explain the difference between gingivitis and periodontitis 10. Explain a periodontal pocket 11. Discuss a periodontal abscess Unit III DiagnosisUpon completion of this unit, the dental assisting student will be able to: 1. Give the six (6) items done at the initial visit for a periodontal patient 2. Discuss the purpose for each of the items listed in the objective #1 3. Demonstrate proper periodontal charting Unit IV Surgical ProceduresUpon completion of this unit, the dental assisting student will be able to: 1. Define surpa-bony and infra-bony 2. State the three (3) area of treatment of the periodontal pocket 3. Explain the following periodontal procedures: a. Scaling, curettage, and root planning b. Gingivectomy c. Gingivoplasty d .Osteoplasty e. Periodontal flap and graft 4. Identify by name the instruments used during the above surgical procedures 5. Give the four (4) reasons for using a periodontal dressing over the site of periodontal surgery 6. Write the post-operative instructions for the surgical procedures listed in objective #3Module III Oral Surgery Unit I Introduction to Oral SurgeryUpon completion of this unit, the dental assisting student will be able to: 1. Define oral surgery 2. Give a brief history of oral surgery 3. Name the three (3) classifications for doing oral surgery 4. List the eleven (11) indications for oral surgery 5. Give the two (2) contraindications for oral surgery 6. Explain the importance of a good medical history of a patient 7. Discuss the instructions to be given to a patient having oral surgery with IV sedation 8. Discuss the instructions to be given to a patient having oral surgery with general anesthesia 9. List three (3) benefits to the patient by having oral surgery done in the hospital 10. Discuss the admission of a dental patient to the hospital for oral surgery 11. Discuss and demonstrate the ten (10) minute surgical scrub and gown of each member of ESO Revised 3-13-01
    • Metropolitan Community College COURSE OUTLINE FORM (Page 5 of 6) the operating room staff Unit II Basic Surgical ProceduresUpon completion of this unit, the dental assisting student will be able to: 1. Describe the different types of incisions and drains 2. Explain the different types of biopsies 3. Describe the different types of tooth extractions 4. Explain how a frenectomy is done 5. Describe a dry socket 6. Discuss the purpose of suturing 7. Identify by name the instruments used during the above procedures 8. Give post-operative instructions for the above procedures to a patient Unit III Complex Surgical ProceduresUpon completion of this unit, the dental assisting student will be able to: 1. Describe the procedure for removal of an impacted tooth 2. Explain how a root tip is removed 3. Discuss the procedure for repairing a broken jaw 4. Describe the following terms: a. Pericoronitis b. Alveoloplasty c. Alveolectomy d. Throat pack e. Sinus perforation 5. Identify by name the instruments used during the above surgical procedures 6. Give post-operative instructions for the above surgical procedures to a patient ESO Revised 3-13-01
    • Metropolitan Community College COURSE OUTLINE FORM (Page 6 of 6)COURSE REQUIREMENTS/EVALUATION: COURSE OBJECTIVES/ASSESSMENT MEASURES COURSE OBJECTIVES ASSESSMENT MEASURES1. Describe the different procedures for Endodontics. 1. Written unit quizzes      Portion of written module exam2. Identify by name the instruments used for an 2. Written unit quizzesEndodontic procedure. Portion of written module exam           3. Describe the different procedures for Periodontics. 3. Written unit quizzes      Portion of written module exam      4. Identify by name the instruments used for a 4. Written unit quizzesPeriodontic procedure. Portion of written module exam      5. Describe the different procedures for Oral Surgery. 5. Written unit quizzes Portion of written module exam6. Identify by name the instruments used for an Oral 6. Written unit quizzesSurgery procedure. Portion of written module exam7. Write home care instructions for the above 7. Written unit quizzesspecialties. Portion of written module exam ESO Revised 3-13-01