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  • OPERATIVE DENTISTRY Clinical courses summary for DEN 7744L, DEN 7745L, DEN 7746L, DEN 8747L, DEN 8748L, DEN 8749L Class 2010
  • DEPARTMENT OF OPERATIVE DENTISTRY CLINICAL COURSES OVERVIEW COURSE CREDIT Minimum # of SEMESTER NUMBER HOURS RVU’s COMP’S Required SIX JUNIOR SUMMER DEN 7744L 1 200 2 SEVEN JUNIOR FALL DEN 7745L 2 1500 2 EIGHT JUNIOR SPRING DEN 7746L 2 1800 2 NINE SENIOR SUMMER DEN 8747L 2 1500 2 TEN SENIOR FALL DEN 8748L 2 1300 2 ELEVEN SENIOR SPRING DEN 8749L 2 800 2 Semester 6 – a class II amalgam preparation and restoration on a dentoform and a Caries Risk Assessment only. Semesters 7 and 8 – Students choose from a menu (see page 7) May do any two procedures on menu but may not repeat any competency done in these two semesters. Semesters 9, 10 and 11 – Students choose from menu. May repeat procedures from semesters 6-8 but may not repeat any competency done in these three semesters. Note: All students must show competency in every procedure on the menu prior to graduation. One of each procedure must be done prior to challenging for competency in that procedure. For the complex class II amalgam or composite and diastema closure or veneer, student may do first one on dentoform (prep. and rest.) in clinic but only when an Operative faculty is covering. This will count as the prerequisite procedure prior to challenging for competency. Each student must also complete at least one caries management case in the junior year and the senior year. Modified on 09/09/2008 -2-
  • Department of Operative Dentistry Division of Operative Dentistry and Cariology Clinical Syllabus I. General Information Clinical Course’s Director: Dr. Henry M. Young, Interim chair of Operative Dentistry is the course director for all Clinical Courses in Operative Dentistry. Appointments with Dr. Young can be scheduled in the Department of Operative Dentistry offices, D9-6, at 273-5850. You can also contact the departmental grade coordinator, located in room D9-6, or at 273-5850, for matters related to your clinical progress and your semester grades. The grade coordinator is also the departmental contact for issues related to your clinical patient experiences, “competency forms” and your academic records in this department. Contact them for information regarding your academic progress in this department, updating your records and for information regarding your current status. The grade coordinator will update, at least weekly, your requirements and current points online through the Electronic Curriculum Organizer (ECO). II. Educational Goal: This course contributes to teaching to the following competencies. Domain I: Professionalism – Apply standards of care in an ethical and medicolegal context to assure appropriate informed consent, risk management, quality assurance and record keeping and delivered within the scope of the dentist’s competence in a patient-centered environment that interfaces with diverse patient populations. 1. Ethical Standards. Apply ethical standards to professional practice. 2. Legal Standards. Apply legal standards (state and federal regulations) to professional practice. Domain II: Health Promotion and Maintenance - Educate patients and the community, based upon critical thinking and outcomes assessments, about the etiology of oral disease, promote preventive interventions and effectively work with patients to achieve and maintain a state of optimal oral health through evidence-based care. 3. Communication and Interpersonal Skills. Communicate effectively using behavioral principles and strategies with patients from diverse populations, applying cultural sensitivity. 4. Critical Thinking. Apply scientific and clinical literature to make decisions about patient evaluation and treatment. 5. Assessment of Treatment Outcomes. Analyze the outcomes of patient care and previous treatment to improve oral health through application of best practices. 6. Practice Management. Understand the business principles and the human and technologic resources necessary for developing, managing, evaluating and protecting a general dental practice. 7. Patient Management . Apply behavioral and communicative management skills during the provision of patient care. Domain III: Health Assessment – Evaluate the patient’s medical and oral condition and plan treatment needs. 9. Examination of the Patient. Perform a comprehensive patient evaluation that collects patient history including medication, chief compliant, biological, behavioral, cultural and socioeconomic information needed to assess the patient’s medical, oral and extraoral conditions. Domain IV: Health Rehabilitation – Perform procedures that manage oral diseases and restore the patient to optimal oral health. 13. Prescribe and/or apply pharmacotherapeutic agents and monitor their effect on the patient’s oral health. 14. Perform restorative and esthetic procedures that preserve tooth structure, prevent hard tissue disease, promote soft tissue health and replace missing teeth with prostheses. 19. Manage pulpal diseases and subsequent periradicular pathosis. Modified on 09/09/2008 -3-
  • 20. Manage oral mucosal and osseous diseases or disorders, including oral cancer. This course certifies the following competencies. Domain IV: Health Rehabilitation – Perform procedures that manage oral diseases and restore the patient to optimal oral health. 14. Perform restorative and esthetic procedures that preserve tooth structure, prevent hard tissue disease, promote soft tissue health and replace missing teeth with prostheses. III. Overview Achieving competency, per se, as it relates to professionalism, diagnosis/treatment and oral health maintenance in the Department of Operative Dentistry, is a process, not an event. This process extends over semesters six through eleven, the point in time at which you graduate. Facilitating and validating this accomplishment are the expressed goals of our division as stated above and occur by measuring the breadth of your clinical experience over time and by measuring your ability to perform unassisted, at various points in time, procedures that you choose for competency exams. A. Breadth of Experience: ADA procedures have been RVU equivalencies. Students will receive Operative RVU’s for each accomplished Operative procedure. Daily grades will be given for treatment procedures completed in the clinic. The department issues semester grades that reflect the breadth of your clinical experience (R.V.U.s), daily grades, as well as the quality of your performance on competency examinations. (as explained in detail on page 6) Note: Students may earn an additional 20 RVUs for assisting another student doing an Operative procedure provided he/she assists the entire clinic session. A maximum of 40 RVUs may be obtained in this manner in any given semester B. Initial Caries Evaluation – ICE At the initial operative appointment, the student will perform the Caries Risk Assessment and develop a preventive and restorative treatment plan to manage dental caries. Specific attention should be paid to the presence of disease indicators, risk factors and protective factors for development of caries. The “Caries Risk Assessment” and “Caries Management” forms should be filled out and reviewed with the operative faculty. The procedure is entered into progress notes and on the encounter form. RVU’s are given for each competed ICE. C. Phase 1 Operative Evaluation At the completion of ALL Phase I operative treatment, every comprehensive care patient MUST receive a Phase I Operative Evaluation. This procedure is conducted by 1 faculty member, and there is no charge to the patient. At the beginning of the operative appointment, the student will notify the faculty member that he/she would like to do a Phase I Operative Evaluation and then plan their time so that there is sufficient time to do a thorough and appropriate evaluation. If sufficient time is not available the faculty will not allow the evaluation. Make certain that the faculty member stamps “Phase One Op. Eval.” in the Progress Notes and initials this. This procedure must be clearly identifiable in the chart, for you to proceed with Phase II treatment! All Phase I evaluations will include a thorough review of your Phase I Treatment Plan, review of x-rays and determine if update is necessary and validation of the completion of Operative treatment at a satisfactory level. The instructor will discuss the treatment rational, future plans for outcomes assessment and health maintenance with you as part of this evaluation. Re-evaluation of patient’s caries risk needs to be completed at the Phase I appointment. The re-evaluation of risk must be done by filling out the front and the back page of a new Caries Risk Assessment form, which should be signed by student and operative faculty. Modified on 09/09/2008 -4-
  • D. Quality of Performance Each semester except semester 6 (summer, Junior year) you will be expected to demonstrate your ability to operate independently, selecting the case, managing the patient and making critical decisions in the performance of dental therapy without faculty intervention. These are called Competency Evaluations because they are one measure of your progress toward the goal of achieving competency in the more global sense (See Appendix A). YOU MUST HAVE COMPLETED A PROCEDURE AT LEAST ONCE BEFORE YOU MAY PERFORM THAT PROCEDURE INDEPENDENTLY AS A COMPETENCY EXAMINATION. WHEN YOU WISH TO CHALLENGE A PROCEDURE FOR COMPETENCY, YOU MUST GO TO THE OPERATIVE OFFICE AND GET A COMPETENCY FORM AND TAKE THAT FORM WITH YOU TO THE CLINIC AND PRESENT IT TO YOUR TEAM LEADER AT THE BEGINNING OF THE CLINIC SESSION. 1. Each Competency Examination is graded by two faculty members, with at least one faculty from the Operative Dentistry department, using the same performance criteria taught in the preclinical series. The grades given for the quality of performance on competency examinations make up 80% of the final grade each semester for each student. 2. Demonstration of competency, in this context, means passing a competency examination with an overall score of 77.5% or higher and no “1” grades. You will be allowed to retake any competency that you wish in order to possibly increase your grade. You may retake each competency only one time. Additionally, you may do an extra Caries Management competency every semester to try to improve your grade but this will not count as one of your two competencies per semester once you have done the first one. All competency examinations taken in a given semester, whether passed or failed, will become part of the qualitative evaluation of your rendered care, in that given semester. (All competency grades in a given semester averaged together.) 3. Each semester you are to select procedures that are compatible with the needs of your family of patients from the menu on page 7. Each student must show competency in each item on the competency menu prior to graduation. 4. Failure of Competency Examinations: If a student fails a competency examination, he/she MUST retake and pass that specific competency examination no later than the end of the semester. IV. Grading A. Each semester a letter grade will be given by the department.. The semester grade will be computed as follows: 1. R.V.U.s– 15% 2. Competencies – 80% 3. Daily grades - 5% B. Details of Computation of Semester Grades: 1. Experience (quantity): 15% of the semester’s grade will be determined by the productivity of the student. Once the minimum RVU’s for the semester has been achieved, a grade of “A” will be given for the quantity of work. Failure to achieve the minimum number of RVUs will result in a grade of “E” being given for the quantity of work. “A” = 100%, “E” = 75%. (There is no in-between.) Modified on 09/09/2008 -5-
  • 2. Quality: 80% of the semester’s grade will be determined by the quality of the performance by the student on Competency Examinations taken during that semester. Each examination will be graded using the department’s 1-4 grading scale and converted to a % score. The average of these % scores will determine the overall “quality” grade for that semester. Perfect or "excellent" work is graded 4; minor errors, such as minor errors in cavity design or restoration quality, are graded as a 3. Work which just meets minimal expectations is given a grade of 2. Failure to prepare for or execute procedures at a clinically acceptable level, major errors in cavity design which result in a needed change in treatment, broken restorations, failure to comprehend caries management implications of the treatment, etc., result in a grade of 1. The grading criteria for specific clinical operative procedures performed as Competency Examinations are the same as those listed in the preclinical module syllabi, except that pathology removal and matrix/isolation/bases, are graded 2 or 1: 2 = pass, and 1 = failure. A student will fail if any of the questions under “Professionalism and Patient Management” are answered “NO” by the Faculty Evaluators. If, in the judgment of the faculty evaluators, a student does not complete a competency evaluation on time, i.e. 11:30 a.m. or 4:00 p.m., that examination % score is averaged in with the others that semester, but the student must complete another Competency Evaluation in its place to satisfy our requirements. A note to that affect should be entered in the “comments” section of the Evaluation Form and initialed, separately by one faculty member. If the SCORE is passing, the student will receive the number of RVUs normally awarded that procedure when completed as a routine. If, in the opinion of the faculty member, there were extenuating circumstances, the note is simply not written. The 1 grade rule: any first grade of (1) will lower the score by 25 percentage points to a 75% which is an E. One exception to the "1 grade rule" is: until further notice, if isolation of the operating field is deemed a 1 grade, the examination will not be failed by that grade alone and the student will not have to remediate the examination unless it is failed for other reasons. (For point calculations, a 1 grade given for isolation of the operating field will lower the total % score for that competency to a 90, which is a B grade rather than an E grade.) 3. 5 % of the semester’s grade will be determined by daily grades. This will be converted to a percentage score for calculation into the semester grade. 4. The “Experience” grade (RVUs), “Quality” grade (Competencies), and the “Daily” grade for the semester will be used to determine the final semester grade. (RVU 15%, Comp. 80% and Daily grade 5%) The following scale will be used: 92.50 – 100 = A = numerical score of 4 88.50 – 92.49 = B+ = numerical score of 3.5 84.50 – 88.49 = B = numerical score of 3 79.50 - 84.49 = C+ = numerical score of 2.5 75.00 – 79.49 = C = numerical score of 2 < 75% = E = numerical score of 0 An E grade for either quantity or quality may result in an E grade for Clinical Operative Dentistry for that semester. Remediating an E semester grade will result in a D grade, at best. Modified on 09/09/2008 -6-
  • V. Clinical Operative Dentistry Performance Expectations and Grading For Semesters 6 – 11: Junior and Senior Years.. To Graduate: Each student needs to show competency in each item listed on the following competency procedure menu. a. Class II amalgam. New or replacement . Must be in occlusion and must replace a proximal contact. b. Class II composite. New or replacement . Must be in occlusion and must replace a proximal contact. c. Class III composite. New or replacement. Must have a proximal contact. d. Class IV composite. New or replacement. e. Class V composite. New or replacement. f. Class II complex amalgam or composite. New or replacement . Must be in occlusion and must replace a proximal contact. Note: First one may be done on dentoform in clinic. g. Diastema closure or one direct composite veneer. Note: One may be prerequisite for the other. First case may be done on dentoform in clinic. h. Caries management – must complete one in the junior year and one in the senior year. Additional caries management competencies may be done in semesters 7-11 and averaged with other competencies in that semester to try to improve grade. Note: No treatment rendered as a part of the mock board examinations will be counted towards performance expectations in clinical operative dentistry VI. Competency Examinations; General Rules for Competency Procedures: NOTE: YOU MUST HAVE COMPLETED A PROCEDURE AT LEAST ONCE BEFORE YOU CHOOSE TO PERFORM THAT PROCEDURE INDEPENDENTLY, AS AN EXAMINATION! A. Performance Criteria: 1. The standard grading criteria used in the Department of Operative Dentistry will be applied to the work. One evaluator will give the starting check and then grade the procedure. 2. The procedure must be finished and ready for grading no later than 11:30 A.M. or 4:00 P.M. regardless of the time which a student starts the procedure, time extensions will NOT be given beyond the 11:30or 4:00 times. 3. Competency evaluations for the above listed procedures may be attempted at any time after a student has completed a similar procedure satisfactorily under instructor supervision in the Operative Dentistry Clinic. 4. Students will not normally be permitted to use a dental assistant during a competency evaluation without prior faculty approval. B. Amalgam Competency Examinations, except complex amalgam procedures. 1. Competency Evaluation: Amalgam Restorative Procedure (except complex amalgam) Working independently, successfully complete the amalgam preparation and restoration as a clinical procedure on a patient. 2. Selection Criteria: Amalgam Competency Examinations for Class II restorations, except complex amalgam. (a) Tooth must be vital. If demonstrating competency treating a virgin surface, the decay must extend to the D.E.J. radiographically or be clearly cavitated upon oral examination. This Modified on 09/09/2008 -7-
  • previously untreated surface must be in proximal contact with an adjacent tooth or permanent restoration. (b) Again, if the demonstration of competency involves treating a virgin surface a selected posterior tooth may have a small preexisting occlusal restoration and if an MOD is selected, may have a small preexisting two-surface restoration if one proximal surface has untreated caries. (c) Tooth must be in occlusion with opposing tooth. (d) New restoration must restore at least one proximal surface to proximal contact, and must restore correct occlusal contacts. 3. Performance Criteria: (a) The standard grading criteria used in the Department of Operative Dentistry will be applied to the work. One evaluator will give the starting check and two evaluators will grade the completed cavity preparation and amalgam restoration prior to rubber dam removal. Final grade will be given after the rubber dam is removed and the occlusion is checked. (b) The restoration must be finished and ready for grading with the rubber dam off no later than 11:30 A.M. or 4:00 P.M. There is a maximum of 2½ hours clinical time for this test. Regardless of the time which a student starts the procedure, time extensions will NOT be given beyond the 11:30 or 4:00 times. C. Complex Amalgam and Composite Competency Examinations 1. Competency Examination: Complex Amalgam and Composite Working independently, successfully complete at least one Class II complex amalgam or composite preparation and restoration as a clinical procedure on a patient. This restoration must involve replacement of at least one cusp, and involve for the amalgam the use of accessory retentive features such as troughs, pins, chamber retention, amalgam bonding, or multiple grooves. 2. Selection Criteria: Complex Amalgam and Composite for a Competency Examination (a) Tooth may be vital or non-vital with completed root canal therapy in place, and in need of an extensive amalgam or composite restoration. A previously untreated proximal surface is not required. One proximal surface must be restored to proximal contact against a permanent tooth or permanent restoration. (b) Tooth must require the replacement and restoration of at least one cusp with amalgam or composite, and must require accessory retention for the amalgam as mentioned above. (c) Tooth may have preexisting restoration(s) in place, needing replacement. (d) Tooth must be in occlusion. 3. Performance Criteria: (a) The standard grading criteria used in the Department of Operative Dentistry will be applied to the work. One evaluator will give the starting check and then two faculty will grade the completed cavity preparation and the amalgam or composite restoration prior to rubber dam removal. Final grade will be given after the rubber dam is removed and the occlusion checked. (b) The restoration must be finished and ready for grading with the rubber dam off no later than 11:30 A.M. or 4:00 P.M. There is a maximum of 2½ hours clinical time for this test. Regardless of Modified on 09/09/2008 -8-
  • the time which a starts the procedure, time extensions will NOT be given beyond the 11:30 or 4:00 times. (c) This test may be attempted at any time after a student has completed a minimum of one Class II complex amalgam or composite restoration in the Operative Dentistry Clinic. D. Composite Resin Competency Examinations 1. Competency Evaluation: Composite Resin Working independently, successfully complete at least one Class III composite resin preparation and restoration, Class IV composite resin, and Class V composite resin restoration as a clinical procedure on a patient. Also complete a diastema closure involving two approximating teeth or complete two resin composite veneers. (One may count as a prerequisite for the other.) 2. Selection Criteria: Composite Resin Examinations (a) Tooth must be vital (except in the case of composite veneers) and in need of the restoration. (b) Tooth must require restoration of a previously untreated incipient or moderate proximal lesion or it may be a replacement of a failing Class III or IV restoration. Either is acceptable if proximal contact is in need of restoration and is restored as a part of this competency evaluation when appropriate according to semester menu. (c) Either a facial or lingual approach Class III cavity is acceptable, which ever is most appropriate. (d) Tooth need not be in occlusion, but if it is, correct occlusion must be reestablished as appropriate. (e) New restoration must restore at least one proximal surface to proximal contact when indicated, and must restore correct occlusal contacts where indicated. (f) Class V composite resin restorations may be used for competency evaluations. The tooth selected must require restoration. 3. Performance Criteria: (a) The standard grading criteria used in the Department of Operative Dentistry will be applied to the work. One evaluator will give the starting check and then two faculty will grade the completed cavity preparation and restoration prior to glaze and with the dam still in place. One evaluator will grade the other steps. (b) The restoration must be finished, graded, glazed and the rubber dam removed no later than 11:30 A.M. or 4:00 P.M. There is a maximum of 2½ hours clinical time for this test. Regardless of the time which a student starts the procedure, time extensions will NOT be given beyond the 11:30 or 4:00 time. E. Caries Management 1. Competency Evaluation: Caries Management (See Appendix B) The purpose of this evaluation process for the caries management competency is to provide some assurance that our graduating dentists have acquired the necessary knowledge and skills to treat their patients in a manner that will prevent new caries lesions and minimize the reoccurrence of the disease around existing restorations by reducing caries risk. This competency evaluation is a two-step process that must be scheduled and completed with an operative faculty. The first step involves evaluation of patient’s caries risk and development of a caries management plan. The second step involves re- evaluation of the risk and evaluation of the success of the management plan. The re-evaluation is to be done during a Phase I Operative Evaluation and should be started only with sufficient time in order to successfully complete the competency. The student must have completed a total of two caries risk assessment cases including re-evaluation during the junior and senior years. Modified on 09/09/2008 -9-
  • 2. Selection Criteria: Caries Management Select patients who present as extreme or high caries-risk status. 3. Performance Criteria (a) Process: Students will be required to complete caries diagnosis, risk assessment, and management on his/her comprehensive care patient. The patient must initially have been assessed as being at extreme or high risk for caries. The two competency cases, including re-evaluation, must be completed by the end of the senior fall year and is a requirement for graduation. (b) Stage 1: Diagnostic and Risk Assessment Procedures It is expected that the student be knowledgeable with the specific disease indicators, risk and protective factors that define the caries risk, and be able to discuss this process with faculty. The student will be required to fill out the Caries Risk Assessment Form. (c) Stage 2: Development of Caries Management Plan Based on the data collected as part of the initial diagnostic procedures and at subsequent appointments, the student will develop a preventive and restorative treatment plan designed to control the present level of disease and maximize the chances of preventing future disease by reducing caries risk. The student will be required to fill out the Caries Management Form, and must be able to defend the treatment plan, including frequency of re-assessment and recall. (d) Stage 3: Implementation and Completion of Treatment It is expected that once the caries management plan has been developed the student will implement the plan and be able to document the procedures performed as well as the results of the treatment. If modifications or deviations of the treatment occur, the student must be able to explain and document why these changes occurred and offer solutions to any problems encountered while performing the treatment. (e) Stage 4: Re-evaluation of Caries Activity and Risk Status A re-evaluation of disease indicators and risk factors and an assessment of the outcomes of caries management must be done following completion of the initial treatment phase (In Operative Clinic, re-evaluation should be completed during Phase I Operative Treatment Evaluation). Each of the four stages listed above will be evaluated by the student and faculty, and if the faculty judges the student to have achieved less than a satisfactory level of competence in ANY of the four component stages, the student will fail the competency. The faculty will provide feedback to the student on the reason(s) for failure and her/his self-evaluation. The student will then be required to complete any requested remediation and select a new patient to repeat the competency exam until successful completion is achieved. 4. Summary of Instructions for the Caries Management Competency (a) The students must have completed at least once a caries management case, which can be confirmed by generating the D2070 code (Caries Forms), before they choose to perform the competency. (b) Only patients who present extreme and/or high caries-risk status should be selected for this competency. The student will obtain a competency form (CODE D2037) from the Operative office. (c) This competency evaluation is a two-step process that must be completed with an operative faculty only. Modified on 09/09/2008 - 10 -
  • (d) FIRST STEP-BASELINE: The first step involves evaluation of patient’s caries risk and development of a caries management plan. The codes 2070 and 2037 should be added to the treatment plan. The code 2070 should be left in red as an incomplete procedure. (e) SECOND STEP- RE-EVALUATION: The second step involves re-evaluation of the risk and evaluation of the success of the management plan. The re-evaluation is to be done during a Phase I Operative Evaluation. The codes 2070 and 2037 should be closed out and graded-by the operative faculty. (f) The students must complete at least one caries management competency during the junior year and one during the senior year. Modified on 09/09/2008 - 11 -
  • Appendix A COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY DEPARTMENT OF OPERATIVE DENTISTRY TIN: 59-6002052 OPERATIVE DENTISTRY CLINIC (25) I. OPERATIVE DENTISTRY CLINICAL COMPETENCY FORM STUDENT COMPLETE ALL INFORMATION BELOW: (PLEASE PRINT) STUDENT NAME S/D No. PATIENT NAME CHART No. DATE TOOTH SURFACE ADA# FEE SKILL TESTED (Check One): Amalgam, Class II Composite, Complex Class II Diastema Closure Amalgam, Complex Class II Composite, Class III Glass Ionomer, Class V Composite veneer Composite, Class IV TYPE (Check One): Composite, Class II Composite, Class V New Replacement FACULTY TO COMPLETE INFORMATION FACULTY ASSESSMENT STUDENT ASSESSMENT START CHECK PREPARATION 4-1 4-1 Initials Dr. No. 1st FACULTY 2nd FACULTY Access Initials Dr. No. Initials Dr. No. Enamel Surface Enamel Support COMPLETED RESTORATION Initials Dr. No. Date 1st FACULTY 2nd FACULTY 4-1 4-1 Initials Dr. No. Date Dr. No. Depth Wall Orientation PROFESSIONALISM AND PATIENT MANAGMENT Y N Retention Groves 1. Did the student draw upon current biomedical and clinical knowledge to exercise evidence-based judgment? 2. Did the student demonstrate acceptable interpersonal skills while interacting with faculty, staff and the patient; including the appropriate use of effective techniques to manage anxiety, distress, discomfort and pain associated with this procedure? 3. Did the student use universal precautions and comply with regulations regarding 2-1 2-1 infection control, hazard communication and medical waste disposal? Pathology, Debridement FACULTY ASSESSMENT STUDENT SELF-ASSESSMENT 2-1 2-1 Matrix, Rubber Dam, Isolation, Base(s) 4-1 4-1 Cavosurface Restoration Surface Anatomy Modified on 09/09/2008 - 12 -
  • COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY Department of Operative Dentistry Caries Management Competency (Only for Extreme and High-Risk Patients - CODE= D2037) PATIENT’S NAME CHART # STUDENT’S NAME DATE Student’s Faculty First Operative Appointment Self-Evaluation Evaluation I. Successful Completion of Diagnostic Procedures and Risk Assessment YES/ NO YES/ NO II. Successful Development of the Caries Management Plan YES/ NO YES/ NO Faculty Comments: _____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________/__________ Faculty Signature and # Date Student’s Faculty Phase I Appointment Self-Evaluation Evaluation III. Successful Implementation and Completion of the Caries Management Plan YES/ NO YES/ NO IV. Successful Re-Evaluation of Caries Risk YES/ NO YES/ NO Faculty Comments: _____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________/__________ Faculty Signature and # Date Failure is a “no” in any of the four categories (each category = 25%) Modified on 09/09/2008 13