ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF DENTISTRY ECTS COURSE DESCRIPTIONS 1ST YEAR MEDICAL BIOLOGY AND GENETICS Code: 22-23 4.08 ECTS 1.year-1semester Undergraduate Compulsory 4 h/week Lecture Turkish Contact:Mehmet Gürtekin firstname.lastname@example.orgAims and Objectives of the CourseMedical Biology and Genetics is one of the most exciting and rapidly growing era of the biological sciences. Thiscourse is to allow students to understand ongoing developments in the cell and genetics and apply them to patientcare.Course Content.Intoduction to cell, classification of organisms by cell structure.The cell membrane.Organelles.Structure of chromosomes and cell division Application: Human chromosomes and karyotypes.Spermatogenesis and oogenesis, fertilization.Formal genetics of human: Models of inheritance Application: Pedigree(Autosomal dominant-recessive, X-linked, mitochondrial).Mutation: chromosome mutations-gene mutations and genome mutations.Structure of DNA and replication.RNA and transcription.Translation into proteins.The immune response, innate and adaptive immunity, immunoglobulins.Autoimmunity, hypersensitivity, AIDS, immune toleranceAssessment MethodsOne written midterm(%60) and one writen final(%40) exam are scheduled at the semester.Prerequisite/RecommendedNoneTextbook/Recommended Reading1)Aydın F, Gürtekin M: Tıbbi Biyoloji (ed. Çarin M), Nobel Tıp Kitabevleri, 20022) Çarin M, Aydın F, Gürtekin M: Temel Genetik Ders Notları, İstanbul Tıp Fakültesi Basımevi, 2001
PHSICAL EDUCATIONNo Credits lst year-2 semester undergraduate Optional2 hours/week Lectures 1 h/week Tutorialsy 1 h/week İn Turkish Conducted by Msc A.Levent Çetineremail@example.comAims and objectives of the courseImproving cognitive and physical fitness of universty students.Course ContentsTo acquire- Regular physical activity- Importance of the sports- Active movements- Games- Sporst branches.PRINCIPLES OF ATATÜRK AND HISTORY OF TURKISH REVOLUTION 1-2 Code 11-12 4. 8 ECTS 1. Year- 1-2 semester Undergraduate Compulsory
2 h / week Lectures: 2h/week Turkish Contact: Işıl ÇakanAims and Objectives of the CourseThe main aim of this course is to sensitize students to an understanding of "citizenship" since the foundations ofdemocracy and the continuity of the state rest upon citizens who are well informed on the history of their own country.History of the Principles and Revolutions of Atatürk I is not a prerequisite but there is continuity in topics that arecovered. The aim is to help students explore the transitions in society since The Establishment of Turkish Republicfollowing the War of Independence. The students are expected to have a broad understanding of the reforms as theinitial steps taken towards enlightenment.Course ContentsThe course helps students explore the decline and the collapse of the Ottoman Empire in a cause-effect framework.Following this the students will find the chance to analyze the origins, courses and the consequences of World War I.This eventually leads them to an awareness of the conditions that prepared the background for the War ofIndependence, together with its outcomes and implications for the nation. It is important that the students gain insightinto history from a logical perspective, therefore they are given the opportunity to explore the key events in history in acomparative perspective. The ultimate aim of the course is to raise students interest, or "curiosity" in history. Thepresentations are therefore supported with historical anecdotes. The students are encouraged to develop a criticalunderstanding of history by becoming active participants in discussions and question-answer sessions. The social,cultural and economic consequences of the post-republican reforms are analyzed in relation to the concept of"citizenship", The course focuses on the establishment of the Turkish Republic and encourages learners to see thisperiod of enlightenment as the basis for the socio-economic and democratic structure of the country.The courseserves as a useful background to understanding modern and contemporary Turkey. The students are encouraged toapproach these topics in an academic frame and explore the cause-effect relations that exist among the key historicalevents.Assessment MethodsOne midterm exam and a final examination, reports on regular basisPrerequisite/ RecommendedNoneTextbook / Recommended Reading ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Code : 20-21 6.08 ECTS 1th year 1 th - 2nd semester Undergraduate Compulsory 56 hrs/ semester Lectures : 2 hrs/week Turkish Practice : 2 hr/week Contact :Prof.Dr.Yegane Güven (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Aims and Objectives of the Course Organic chemistry is the study of the structures, properties and synthesis of organic compounds thatare the basis of the principles or reactions needed to the other areas related with the disciplines ofmedicine.Course Contens-Description of organic chemistry-Some structural features of organic compounds-Purification methods of organic substances-Photochemical reactions -Electromagnetic radiation -Radiation technology in medicine - Isomerism -Functional groups -Alkanes and cycloalkanes -Alkenes-Alkins-Alcohols -Ethers -Aldehydes and ketones -Carbohydrates -Carboxylic acids and esters -Fatty acids and triglycerides -Amines and amides. -Amino acids and proteins -The benzene ring and aromatic properties -Aromatics in our daily lives -Heterocyclic compounds -Dyes-Natural substances -Alkaloids -Terpens
Assessment Methods Homework , midterm, practical and final examPrerequisite / Recommended NoneTextbook / Recommended Reading J.R.Holum. Fundamentals of General , Organic, and Biological Chemistry. 5th ed. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.1994. Basic English 4. 8 ECTS 1. Year- 1-2 semester Undergraduate Required
2 h / week Lectures: 2h/week English Contact:Aims and objectivesof the CourseThis course aims to provide the students in their first year with the basic grammar and communicative skills in English.At the end of the course, the students are expected to be able to read and write in very basic English as wqell asraising an awareness of the structure of the language.Course ContentsThe book consists of eight units, each of which deals with a linguistic area and a short reading text aiming tocontextualise that language term.The grammar points are as follows:- Verb tenses such as to be, have got, there is, present simple, present continious and past simple.- Modal verbs such as can, must, have to- Prepositions- Pronouns- Imperatives- Countable and uncountable nounsAssesment methodsStudents have to take one mid-term and one fnal exam each term.Prerequisite / RecommendedStudents are given supplementary material like worksheets to consolidate the grammatical points in the book.TextbookInal, Dilek: Step by Step, A Course in Book English. Istanbul. İ.Ü. Basım ve Yayınevi Müdürlüğü, 2003 BIOPHYSICS Code 24-25 2.96 ECTS 1.year 1.-2. semester Undergraduate Compulsatory
42 hrs /semester Lecture 1 hr/week Practice 2hrs/week Turkish Contact: Artun ÖncelAims and Objectives of the Course To educate and train students apply the concepts and methods of the physical sciences to the solution of biological and dental problemsCourse ContentsThe structure and biological value of proteins,carbohydrates,lipids and nucleic asidsModes of interaction of biological moleculesTransport mechanisms of biological membranesBioelectrical potentials, transmission of exitationRadioactivity and nuclear medicineBiophysics of respirationCardiovascular biophysicsBiophysical techniquesAssessment Methods Quiz,midterm,practical and final exam are scheduled at the semester.Prerequisite/recommended NoneTextbook/Recommended Reading Books of Biophysics in turkish and english are recommended .Texts are concerning with subjects also given. Biostatistics Code: 5-6 2.96 ECTS 1.year-1semester Undergraduate Required 3 h/ week Lecture Turkish
Contact: Hakan ÇamlıcaAims and Objectives of the CourseThe aim is to enable students with medical biostatisticsCourse Content • İntroduction to medical research • Study design • Exploring and presenting data • Summarizing data • Probability • Estimating and comparing meansAssessment MethodsPrelimany exams, groupwork, reports, final examPrerequisite/RecommendedNoneTextbook/Recommended ReadingHandouts are supplied by the department Behavior Science Code:7-8
1.28 ECTS 1. Year- 1 semester Undergraduate Compulsory 1 h / week Lecture Turkish Contact: Doğan Şahin (email@example.com)Aims and Objectives of the CourseThe purpose of this course is to understand the human behaviors and mindCourse ContentsBehavior and mental processesBrain and body relationshipsSensationsIntellectual functions of brainOrientation,Memory, Intellect,Attention and consentrationEmotions, mood and affectCognitions and thoughtİnstict, drive theoryDefence mecanismsPersonality and personality disordersLove and love relationshipSexual lifeAssesment MethodsOne midterm exam( % 20), One Homework (%20), and Final Exam % 60Prerequisite/ RecommendedNoneTextbook/ Recommended ReadingKoptagel-İlal G: Davranış Bilimleri: Tıpsal Psikoloji, İstanbul: Nobel Tıp Kitabevleri, 2001Şahin D: Davranış Bilimleri Ders Notları. DENTAL MORPHOLOGY AND MANIPULATION Code 1-2
9.44ECTS Credits 1st year / 1 semester Undergraduate Compulsory100 hrs / semester Lectures: 2 hrs / week Practical courses: 6 hrs / Turkish week Contact: Hasim Gur, Begum Akkayan KesmezacarAims and Objectives of the CourseThe students are welcomed in the first year of their dental education to learn the basic methods and materials offixed prosthodontic treatment. The dental morphology of human teeth is taught in full detail. The main objective isto assure the students that careful attention to every detail of fixed prosthodontic treatment including all theexisting dental materials and laboratory techniques is imperative and to obtain the manipulation skill to handlethese materials are unavoidable for successful treatment.Course Contents● Basic principles of working in the simulation laboratories● Introduction to morphology● Morphologic terms and descriptions● Morphology of upper central incisors● Morphology of upper lateral incisors● Morphology of lower central and lateral incisors● Morphology of upper canines● Morphology of lower canines● Morphology of upper 1. and 2. premolars● Morphology of upper 1. and 2. premolars● Morphology of upper 1. molar● Morphology of upper 2. and 3. molars● Morphology of lower 1. molar● Morphology of lower 2. and 3. molars● Gypsum products and their handling characteristics● Working principles with elastic impression materials● Dental wax, classification, physical and biological considerations● Methods of forming wax patterns● Basic steps in tooth preparation● Metals; solidification, structure, constitution of dental alloys● Dental investment materials, properties and handling characteristics● Dental soldiering and solder materials● Casting procedures for dental alloys; sprue former, casting ring, investing● Casting procedures for dental alloys; casting procedure, casting machines, casting crucible● Abrasion and polishing● Causes of defective dental castingsAssessment MethodsOne written and practical midterm, one written and practical final exam are scheduled at the semester.Prerequisite/RecommendedRegistered dental faculty first year studentTextbook and Recommended Reading- Murat Aydın “Diş Hekimliği Manipulasyonu” İstanbul 1996.- Çetin Sevük, Haşim Gür “Diş Morfolojisinin Oluşturulmasında Mumlama Tekniği” İstanbul 2001.
Computer Code:137-138 4.8ECTS 1. Year- Semester : Undergraduate Required 1-2 2h/week Lectures: 1 Tutorials: 1 Turkish Contact:M.Nusret SarısakalAims and ObjectivesThe aims of this course are to provide general information about Computer Hardware and SoftwareConcepts, to study about the subjects of Word Processing, Electonic Worksheets , Computer Networksand Internet and to to make students eligible for using computers and data processing applications.Course Contents o History of computer. Its general structure. o Concepts of Computer o How does a computer system utilize and transmit data.Data processing. o Number systems. o Central Processing Unit and Main Memory. Associate memory. Input/output devices. o General informations about existing computer systems and softwares. Role of system software. Application software. o MS-DOS and Windows 98. o Word Processing and application of desktop publishing. o Electronic Worksheets and application o Computer networks. o Internet and its concepts.Assessment MethodsMidterm Examination %50, Final examination %50Midterm: %30 Homework, %30 Quiz, %40 MidtermPrerequisite/ RecommendedText Book / Recommended Reading 1. Bilgisayar ve Programlamaya Giriş M. Nusret Sarısakal, Oğuzhan Öztaş İ.Ü. Basım ve Yayınevi Müdürlüğü, 2005
REMOVABLE PROSTHODONTICS 1 Code:18 - 19 6.64 ECTS 1. Year-1.semester Undergraduate Compulsion 5 h/week Lecture: 1 h/week Practical: 4 h/week Turkish Contact: Fatma Ünalan Lecturers: Gülsen Bayraktar, Fatma Ünalan, Olcay ŞakarAims and Objectives of the CourseIntroduction to prosthodontics and removable prosthodontics. Principles of removable prosthodontics, types ofdentures and their construction methods. Prosthodontics materials.Course Contents • Components and usages of gypsum, acrylic and wax • İmpression techniques, material and trays of full dentures and casting models • Boxing method, base plates, occlusal rims • Maxillomandibular relation record procedures • Artificial teeth used in dentures • Definition of articulator and mounting of the study models to the articulators • Setting of artificial teeth of partial and full dentures • Retentive elements of conventional partial dentures • Modeling and festooning of partial and full dentures • Polymerisation procedures of partial and full dentures • Polymerisation errors and porosity, trimming and polishing of the removable partial and full denturesAssessment MethodsOne written midterm exam (10% ), one practical midterm exams (10% ), one practical assesment grade (20%), oneassay grade (20%), one written final exam (20%), one practical final exam (20%) are scheduled at the year.Suggested Readings 1. Senih Çalıkkocaoğlu. Tam Protezler, Protez Akademisi ve Ganatoloji Derneği, İstanbul 1998. 2. Judsen C. Hickey, George A. Zarb, Charles L. Bolender. Boucher’s Prosthodontics Treatment for Edentulous Patients, The C.V. Mosby Co. 1985. 3. George A. Zarb, Charles L. Bolender. Prosthodontics Treatment for Edentulous Patients Complete Dentures and Implant-Supported Prostheses, The C.V. Mosby Co. 2004 12. Edition
PHYSICS4.08 ECTS 1. Year- 1 semester Undergraduate Compulsory4 h / week Lectures: 2h/week Tutorialsy: 2h/week Turkish Contact: Ergun Gültekin (firstname.lastname@example.org )Aims and Objectives of the CourseLearning some fundamental principles and methodes in physical science, understanding the importanceof the physical consepts in human life, having some knowledges on mechanical and electronic and medicalequipments.Course ContentsMagnetism in MatterElectrostaticsCurrent, Resistance and Electric CircuitsElectromagnetic Field and InductionAlternating-current CircuitsElectric and Magnetic Quantum EffectsElectromagnetic Spectrum and LightLaser , X-Ray and ApplicationsNuclear Physics, Fission and FusionRadioactivityAssessment MethodsTwo written and one practical midterm exams (% 60) and one final exam (%40) are scheduled at theSemestre.Prerequisite / RecommendedFundamental Physics and MathematicsTextbook / Recommended ReadingKeller, F.J., Gettys, W.E., Skove, M.J., Physics, Mc Graw Hill, Inc. , 1993 ( in English and Turkish)Halliday, D., Resnick, R., Fundamentals of Physics, John Wiley and Sons, 1985 ( in English and Turkish)
PREVENTİVE MEDİCİNE Code:9-10 3.28 ECTS Credits 1. Year- 1-2 semester Undergraduate Compulsory 1 h / week Turkish Contact: Gülçin Bermek Lecturers :İnci Oktay,Ferda DoğanAim and Objectives:Aim of the course are to provide student with the knowledge of preventive medicine and epidemiologyMain objective: By the end of the course student will be acquired holding general view about the health and healthproblems on the worldCourse contentsHealth and dimentionsEpidemiology,Prevalence and incidens ,Globalization anh healthMethods teaching and learningDiscipline based learning is used throughout the undergraduate curriculum. Lectures is used in educationAssessmennt methodsFormative examination in the midterm, written examination for final assesment ar usedPrerequiside / RecommendedNoneTextbook/Recommended readingDünya Sağlık Örgütü,WHO Basic Epidemiology
Turkish Code:15-16 4. 8 ECTS 1. Year- 1-2 semester Undergraduate Compulsory 2 h / week Lectures: 2h/week Turkish Contact: Sevgi YılmazAims and Objectives of the CourseAim of lecture of Turkish language is to remove errors taken place speaking and writing to communicate correctly insocial and scientific lifeCourse Contents-What the language is. Language in the world.-Place of Turkish language in the world language.-Place of Turkish language in social life.-Relation between language and culture.-Relation between civilization and language with history.-Historical development of Turkish language.-Recent condition of Turkish language and it’s spread direction.-Way and importance of using language correctly.-Structure and specialty of writing and speaking.-Difference between spoken and read language.-Phonology-Accent in Turkish and phonetics.-Vocabulary, suffix-Syntax. Methods of making sentences variable.-Rules of writing correctly and nicely. Reason of making wrong sentence and make them correctly.-Wrong sentences because of spelling and punctuation. Accent mistake made in speaking.-investigation of language used in publication and printing.-To remove mistake used in language. To collect examples of using language wrongly in society and make themcorrect.-Type of writing and expression technique.importance of body language at expression technique.Rules of official writing which has been published in 1994 by Turkish republic prime minestryAssessment MethodsMidterm Examination, final examination , 1 homework for each semester Prerequisite/ RecommendedNoneTextbook / Recommended Reading Muharrem Ergin “Türk Dili Bilgisi” ve muhtelif Dilbilgisi
2 ND YEAR CONSERVATIVE DENTISTRY 2 CODE: 38-397.44 ECTS Credits 2 th year-1 semester Undergraduate Compulsory 8 h/week Lecture: 2 h/week Practical : 6 h/week Turkish Contact:Mustafa Demirci Lecturers: Yasemin Benderli Gökçe, Berna Tarım, Sami Büyükgökçesu, Haşmet UlukapıAims and Objectives of the Course:Dental morphology. Dispersion of dental tissues in this morpology. Preparations and classifications of cavities.Instruments for preparations and restoration and restorations. Basic elements of clinics. Rules of ergonomy. Physicaland chemical properties, biocompatibility and classifications of restorative materials.Course Contetnts • Role of teeth in maxillofacial system, functions, structural properties of teeth, basic principles of conservative dentistry • Working system in clinics of conservative dentistry • İnstruments for examination, cavity preparation and restrotaion. • Basic principles of traditional cavity preparations and Black cavities • Classification, structural properties and applications of restorative materieals Assessment Methods Prerequisite/Recommended None Textbook/Recommended reading 1. Fundamentals of Operative Dentıstry 2. Introduction to Dental Materals 3. Restortive Dental Materials
REMOVABLE PROSTHODONTICS 2 Code:32 or 33 7.44 ECTS 2. Year-1.semester Undergraduate Compulsion 8 h/week Lecture: 2 h/week Practical: 6 h/week Turkish Contact: Gülbahar Işık Lecturers: Tayfun Bilgin, Gülbahar Işık, Muzaffer AteşAims and Objectives of the CourseIntroduction to removable prosthetic dentistry. Basic principles of removable prosthodontics: stability and retentionconcepts. Parts of a removable denture, definition and function. Construction of simple removable cases in lab. Repairof dentures.Course Contents • Retention and stability of complete dentures • Introduction to modern removable partial dentures • Laboratuary procedures of modern removable partial dentures, definition of paralometer • Rebasing and relining procedures of complete dentures • Articulators and articulation laws and border movements of mandible • Retention, reciprocation in modern removable partial dentures • Components of modern removable partial dentures (Indırect retainers, minor connectors and rests) • Acrylic and denture base materials • Cast clasps, their types and specialities • Casting, trimmind and polishind of modern removable partial dentures and casting defects • Repair of removable dentures • Conventional removable partial dentures and wrought wire claspsAssessment MethodsOne written midterm exam (10% ), one practical midterm exams (10% ), one practical assesment grade (20%), oneassay grade (20%), one written final exam (20%), one practical final exam (20%) are scheduled at the year.Suggested Readings 1. Senih Çalıkkocaoğlu. Bölümlü Protezler, İ.Ü. Basımevi ve Film Merkezi, 1993. 2. Mc Cracken’s Removable Partial Prosthodontics, Mosby, 1985.
Anatomy Code:26-27 8 ECTS 2.th Year- 1-2 semester Undergraduate Compulsory 112 h / week Lectures: 4 h/week Turkish Practice 4 hrs/week Contact: Prof. Dr. Gülseren KöktenDescription: CompulsoryDegree: UndergraduateYear: 2nd yearSemester: 1st and 2nd termsLecturer: Prof. Dr. G. KoktenAims and objectives of the course: to promote and provide the knowledge of human body, oral cavity andthe neighbouring regions where dentistry is performed.Course contents:-Locomotor systemBones; cranial and facial bones, the interior of the skull, the vertebral column, thorax, upper and lowerextremities. Muscles; muscles of facial expression, muscles of mastication, neck, trunk, upper and lowerextremities. Joints; tmj, articulations of the trunk and upper - lower extremities-Digestive systemoral cavity, teeth, soft and hard palates, tongue, walls of the oral cavity, pharynx, oesephagus, stomach,intestines, liver, pancreas, spleen-Respirotary systemnasus, nasal cavity, larynx, trachea, lungs-Circulatory systemheart, arteries and the veins of the head and neck, trunk and upper-lower extremities, lymphatic system,-Nervous system; central nervous system: medulla spinalis, bulbus, pons, mesencephalon, cerebralhemispheres, peripheral nervous system, cranial nerves, spinal nerves-autonom nervous system: sypmpathic and parasympathic system, autonomic ganglions and plexuses in thehead, the neck and the body.Urogenital sytem, kidneys, urethers, urinary bladder, urethra, genital systems of male and female-Sense organs-Endocrinal glandsCredits: 13 ECTSTeaching method: Theoretical lecture-conference and lab sessions, anatomic models and cadaveric materialPrerequisite: noneAssessment methods: 1 written midterm exam, 1 practical exam, 1 project %40, 1 written final exam(%60).Textbook: Prof. C. E rimoğlu, İnsan Anatomisi, Basımevi ve Film Merkezi 1990 Istanbul Sobotta Anatomy Atlas
ENDODONTICS 2 Code:40-41 3.8ECTS 2nd year- 1 semester Undergraduate Compulsory 1 hr/week Lectures: 1 hr/week Pre-Clinics: 3 hrs/week Turkish Contact person: Faruk Haznedaroğlu Lecturers : Selmin Aşçı, Raif Erişen, Alpay Yırcalı, Faruk Haznedaroğlu, Sedat Küçükay, Kemal Sübay,Sema Yıldırım Objectives of the Course:The main objective of this course is to prepare students to endodontic practice. Introducing endodontic materials andgiving basic information about root morphology and endodontic practice. Course Contents: History and aim of endodontics Principles of study in endodontics and the materials used Anatomy of pulp and cavity preparation in maxillary and mandibular anterior teeth Rubber-dam use in endodontic treatment Anatomy of pulp and cavity preparation in maxillary and mandibular premolars Anatomy of pulp and cavity preparation in maxillary and mandibular molars Determination of working lengths of canals by radiography Shaping the root canal system Irrigation and disinfection of the root canal system Obturation of the root canal system Endodontic treatment ( visits) Pulp capping and amputation Assessment Methods: Student is evaluated by one written and oral midterm examination, clinical performance and one final written examination. 60% of midterm score (written and oral exam, clinical performance) and 40% of written final examination score must be equal or greater than 45 and the final exam score must be equal or greater than 50. Prerequisite/Recommended: None Textbook/Recommended reading: ENDODONTICS, John I. Ingle, Leif K. Bakland Pathways of the Pulp Cohen S., Burns RC:, Sixth ed. Mooby-Year Book, Inc, 1994 Endodontik tedavi I G.Bayırlı 1998
Code :28-29 HISTOLOGY and EMBRYOLOGY 8 ECTS 2. year- 1. and 2. Undergraduate Compulsion semester 112 hrs/semester Lectures: 4 hrs/week Practices: 4 hrs/week Turkish Contact : Sevtap Akıncı (email@example.com)Aims and Objectives of the CourseThe first aim of this course is to help students learn about how the organ and systems of the human body areorganized so that they can carry out their function. The second aim their gaining an appreciation of the beauty andcomplexity of the human body and how an understanding of its light microscopic and ultrastructural structure andfunction will allow they to understand and practice modern dentistry.Course ContentsCell structure and function, Epithelial tissues, Supporting/connective tissues, Muscle, Nervous tissues,Circulatory system, Lymphoreticular system, Respiratory system, Gastrointestinal system, Urinary system,Endocrine system.Male reproductive system, Female reproductive system, Fertilization, Embryonic period, Fetal period, Development ofthe gastrointestinal system, Development of the craniofacial skeleton, Fetal membranes and placenta, Congenitalmalformations.The study of the microscopic structure of whole body with particular reference to the teeth and supporting tissues.Assessment MethodsOne homework (%20), one practical (%20), one writen midterm (%20) and one writen final (%40) exam are scheduledat the semester.Prerequisite/RecommendedNoneTextbook/Recommended ReadingGenel Histoloji, Namık Soydan, İ.Ü. Diş Hekimliği Fakültesi Yayınları, 1985, İstanbul.Organlar ve Sistemler, Namık Soydan, İ.Ü. Diş Hekimliği Fakültesi Yayınları, 1986, İstanbul.Diş Hekimleri İçin Gelişim ve Büyüme, Namık Soydan, İ.Ü. Diş Hekimliği Fakültesi Yayınları, 1993, İstanbul.Medikal Embriyoloji, İsmail Petorak, Beta Basım Yayın Dağıtım A.Ş., 1986, İstanbul.Sobotta Histoloji Atlası, Ed. Meral Tekelioğlu, BETA A.Ş., 1999, İstanbul.
FIXED PROSTHODONTICS 2 Code 30-31 nd7.44 ECTS Credits 2 Year – 1 Semester Undergraduate Compulsory100 hrs / semester Lectures: 2 hrs / week Courses: 6 hrs / week Turkish Contact: Erdal Poyrazoglu, Cetin Sevuk Aims and Objectives of the Course Introduction to fixed prosthodontics. Teaching the basic principles of Crown & Bridge Prosthesis in preclinic laboratories on phantom models (simulators). Thus preparing the students to clinical and fixed prosthetic treatment for next semesters. Course Contents ● Managing simulators and instruments needed for fixed prosthodontics ● Classification of Crown prosthesis ● Principles of tooth preparation ● Mechanical, biological and phsyological factors relating to tooth reduction ● Complete metal veneer crown ● Complete metal-esthetic veneer crown ● Jacket crown ● Classification of bridge prosthesis ● Preparation of abutments for bridge prosthesis ● Pontic design ● Impression materials and techniques ● Dies and working cast ● Articulators and mounting procedures ● Wax patterns ● Esthetic materials used for crown & bridge prosthesis ● Partial veneer crown ● Laminate veneer crown ● Application of esthetic material ● Post-core restoration ● Finishing, polishing and adjustment of restorations ● Dental cements and cementation ● Preguidelines for clinical prosthetic treatments ● Review of the procedures ● Grading Assessment Methods One written and practical midterm, one written and practical final exam are scheduled at the semester. Prerequisite/Recommended First year Dental morphology and manipulation must be completed. Textbook and Recommended Reading - Urban and Fischer, Zahnärztliche Propädentik, Lehman-Hellwig 9.auflage, 2002.
Occupational Disorders Code : 221 1.88 ECTS Credits 2.year 1-2 semester Undergraduate Compulsatory 1h/week Turkish Contact: Ayşegül ÇakmakAims and objectives: - Introduce basic musculoskeletal antomy and biomechanics - Introduce basic ergonomic principles - To teach servical, dorsal and lumbar pathologies related with dentistry - To teach soft tissue pathologies related with dentistry - To teach basic proflactic principles - To teach basic treatment methods - Introduce ergonomic work place - Introduce fundamental viral problems, hepatitis and AIDSContents: - Basic ergonomie 1 - Basic ergonomie 2 - Carpal tunnel disorders - Shoulder problems - Low back problems - Back school - Dorsal problems and scoliosis - Neck problems - Posture and problems - Occupational disorders 1 - Occupational disorders 2 - Viral contamination and hepatitis and AIDSAssessment Methods:One written midterm exam, one written final exam.Prerequisite/Recomended:Fundamental anatomy levelTextbook:None
MICROBIOLOGY Code: 36-37 8 ECTS 2nd year- 3rd-4th Undergraduate Compulsory semester112 hrs/semester Lectures : 4 hrs/week Preactice: 4 hrs/week Turkish Contacts : Güven Külekçi (firstname.lastname@example.org), Dilek Yaylalı (email@example.com)Aims and Objectives of the Course:Provide students to learn the knowledge of general microbiology and immunology, infectious diseases and theiretiological agents and also oral microbiology and immunology, which are essential for their clinical practice.Course Contents: • The concept of microorganism • Bacterial structure and physiology • Bacterial taxonomy • Bacterial pathogenicity • The structure and physiology of fungi • Viruses: structure, classification, replication and pathogenicity • Bacterial genetics and molecular biology • Sterilization and disinfection • Antimicrobic agents • The host defences • Immunisation • Epidemiology • Diagnostic microbiology • Infections of skin and soft tissues • Genito-urinary tract infections • Gastrointestinal infections • Respiratory tract infections • Viral hepatitis • Retroviruses and AIDS • The oral microbial flora and dental plaque (biofilm) • Defence mechanisms of the mouth • Microbiology and immunology of dental caries • Microbiology and immunology of periodontal diseases • Infections of pulp, periapical tissues and bone of the jaw • Infective endocarditis and sepsis syndrome • Transmissible infections in dentistry • Cross-infection control in dentistryAssessment MethodsQuiz, homework, midterm, practical and final examPrerequisite/RecommendedAnatomy, histology and physiology must be taken formerlyTextbook/Recommended ReadingSeveral microbiology books in Turkish and other languages are recommended. Lecturers texts are also given followedby lesson. Studies are maintaining for lecture book for dental students.
PHYSIOLOGY Code 34-35 8 ECTS Credits 2.year 1-2 semester Undergraduate Compulsatory 112 hrs/semester Lecture 4 hrs/week Practice 4 hrs/week Turkish Contact: Artun ÖncelAims and Objectives of the Course To teach students all the basic physiology and build an understanding of mechanisms upon which life depends.Course Contents Functional organization of the human body and control of the ‘internal environment’ Blood cells,immunity and blood clotting Nerve and muscle Heart and circulation Body fluids and kidneys Respiratory system Nervous system The gastrointestinal tract,digestion and absorption Metabolizm and temperature regulation Endocrinology and reproduction Special sensesAssessment Methods Quiz,midterm,practical and final exam are scheduled at the semester.Prerequisite/recommended Anatomy and biophysics must be taken formerlyTextbook/Recommended Reading Books of Physiology in Turkish and English are recommended .Texts are concerning with subjects also given.
3RD YEAR ENDODONTICS 3 Code: 111-112 4.61 ECTS Credits 3rd year- 1 semester Undergraduate Compulsory 2 hrs/week Lectures: 2 hrs/week Clinics: 3 hrs/week(4weeks) Turkish (13weeks) Contact person : Sema Yıldırım Lecturers :Feyzi Batur, Selmin Aşçı, Raif Erişen, Alpay Yırcalı, Kemal sübay , Hakan Özbaş, Sema Yıldırım, Sedat Küçükay, Işıl Küçükay, Seçkin Dindar Objectives of the Course: The main objective of this course is starting endodontic practice. Teaching basic diagnostic methods and root canaltreatment steps. Treatment of pulpal pathology. Course Contents: Clinical practice in endodontics Clinical practice in endodontics Examination of patients in endodontics Sterilization and disinfection in endodontics Crossing infection Methods in examination pulp vitality Anesthesia and vital extirpation in endodontics Devitalization of pulp and finding the root canals Measurement of the working length using “Apex Locater” Mechanical preparation of root canal İrrigation of root canal Disinfection of root canal Obturation materials of the root canals Obturation methods of the root canals Classification of pulp diseases Pulpitis hyperemia and capping Pulpitis serosa and treatment Pulpitis purulenta and treatment Pulpitis ulserosa and treatment;Pulpitis polyposa and treatment Pulpal necrosis and treatment Pulpal gangrene and treatment Pulpal distrophies İmmunulogy in endodontics Malpractise in endodontic treatment; complications of root canal treatment
Assessment Methods:Student is evaluated by one written and oral midterm examination, clinical performance and one final writtenexamination.60% of midterm score (written and oral exam, clinical performance) and 40% of written final examination score mustbe equal or greater than 45 and the final exam score must be equal or greater than 50. Prerequisite/Recommended: None Textbook/Recommended reading:ENDODONTICS, John I. Ingle, Leif K. BaklandPathways of the Pulp Cohen S., Burns RC:, Sixth ed. Mooby-Year Book, Inc, 1994Endodontik tedavi I G.Bayırlı 1998Endodontik tedavi II G.Bayırlı 1999Diş pulpası ve ağrı G.Bayırlı 1999
BIOCHEMISTRY Code : 117 - 118 6.7 ECTS Credits 3rd year 5th–6th semester Undergraduate Compulsory 84 hrs/ semester Lectures: 4 hrs/week (14 weeks) (lecture : 56 hrs, Practice : 2 hrs/week(14 weeks) in Turkish practice :28 hrs) Contact :Prof.Dr.Yegane Güven (firstname.lastname@example.org) Aims and Objectives ofthe Course The course of biochemistry provides a sound , basic introduction to general mammalian biochemistry . The aim of biochemistry course is to describe in molecular terms, all chemical processes of living cells.The topics presented in biochemistry include conformation and dynamics of cell components with particular reference to proteins , enzymes, nucleic acids and membrane lipids. Dental aspects of the topics are emphasised and their relevance to other courses in the faculty is stressed. Course Contents The Scope of Biochemistry -Biochemistry in relation to dentistry General Principles of Metabolism Cellular Organisation -Membranes, structure and function The Biological Ubiquity of Water The Concept of pH -Buffering effects and buffer solutions -The importance of pH in dentistry -Buffering capacity of saliva Electron Transport Chain -Free radicals and antioxidants Enzymes Carbohydrates -Monosaccharides, disaccharides ,polysaccharides - Sugar derivatives
- Carbohydrate metabolism - Direct and indirect oxidation pathways of glucose - Effects of dietary carbohydrates on caries (Sugar Alcohols) - Some biochemically important sugar derivatives (GAG’s,Glycoproteins) - Disease associated with carbohydrates and their relationship to - DentistryAmino Acids and Proteins -Some structural proteins -The metabolism of proteins and amino acids -Biomedical and dental importance -Glycoproteins, proteoglycans and connective tissue (bone,dentine etc) -Plasma proteins, immunoglobulins -Blood coagulation -Bleeding time – clotting timeLipids -The structure of lipids -Lipid metabolism -Cholesterol and atherosclerosis Nucleotids and Nucleic Acids -DNA replication and protein synthesis -The metabolism of nucleic acids Connective Tissue -The structure of bone and teeth Hormones and Growth Factors -Bone and hormonal control of calcium and phosphorus metabolism Vitamins Minerals -Nutritional components and relevant to dentistry Saliva
-Salivary proteins and their functions Multidisciplinar Approach to Dentistry -The importance of laboratory tests in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases ;case – based studiesAssessment MethodsHomework, midterm , practical and final exam Prerequisite/ Recommended Organic chemistry course should be succeededTextbook / Recommended Reading Cole AS, Eastoe JE. Biochemistry and Oral Biology. 2 nd ed. Wright. 1993.
PHARMOCOLOGY and TOXICOLOGY Code:105-106 3rd year-5th-6th 5.04 ECTS Credits semesters Undergraduate Compulsory 84 hrs/semester Lectures: 4 hrs/week Practices: 2 hrs/week in Turkish (lecture: 56 hrs, practice: 28hrs) (14 weeks) (14 weeks) Contact: Esen Dural (email@example.com), Filiz Bal (firstname.lastname@example.org)Aim and Objectives:This cours is to acquaint the Dental students with fundamental facts and concepts of pharmacology . It is essentialthat dental practitioners have a basic knowledge of must drug that physicians are prescribing so that they will beconversant when consulting with medical collegues about their patients.Course ContentsContents PART ONE 1. General pharmacology i. Introduction ii. General principles of drug action iii. Prescription writing PART TWO ıv. Antiinfective agents v. General anesthetics vi. Sedatif –hypnotic drugs vii. Psycotherapeutic drugs viii. Minor tranquilizers and centrally acting muscle relaxants ix. Nonnarcotic analgesics x. Narcotics xi. Central nervous system stimulants xii. Anticonvulsant drugs xiii. Autonomic drugs xiv. Autocaids xv. Local anesthetics xvi. Histamine and antihistamines xvii. Cardiovascular drugs xviii. Respiratory tract drugs xix. Drug used for gastrointestina disorders xx. Drug interactions xxi. Pharmacologic management of certain common oral disease xxii. Hormones and related substances xviii. Antineoplastic drugs xix. Emergency drugsMethods teaching and learningLectures and problem solution based learning prescribtionsAssessment:One written midterm(%40) and one writen final (%60) exam are scheduled at semester.Prerequisite/ RecommendedNone
Textbook/ Recommended ReadingEsen A.Özalp Dural: Farmakoloji. Nobel Tıp Kitabevleri , İstanbul, 2002 CONSERVATIVE DENTISTRY 3 CODE 4.61 ECTS Credits 3 rd year-1 semester Undergraduate Compulsory 12 h/week Lecture: 2 h/week Practical :10 h/week Turkish Contact Person: Haşmet Ulukapı Lecturers: Fatma Koray, Yasemin Benderli Gökçe, Berna Tarım, Sami Büyükgökçesu, , Taner Yücel, Esra Yıldız-AyvazAims and Objectives of the Course:To give general information to the students about the anesthesia and reanimationContents:Explanation and Use of AnesthesiaAnesthesia and Reanimation Techniques in Oral SurgeryUse of Regional Anesthesia, and its ComplicationsAnalgesik AgentsEmergency PatientsCardiopulmonar Resusitation, Fundamental Life SupportCardiopulmonar Resusitation, Further Life SupportPrerequisite:NoneAssessment Methods:One written midterm, one term project and one final examTextbook and Recommended Reading:Katiboğlu B: Dişhekimliğinde Genel Anestezi ve Acil. İstanbul: Rota Reklam A.Ş. 1999Objectives of the Course:The main objectives of this course are to teach of the the acquired dental diseases: Tooth caries and preventioCourse Contents:
Odontologic basic principales in conservative dentistry Physical, chemical, structural and ultrastructural properties of the enamel, dentin and cementum Dental caries: the physico-chemical properties of tooth hard tissues, the structure and the microflora of dental plaque, metaboloc activity of oarl bacteria, diet and caries process, caries immunology, saliva Microscopy of emanel, dentin and cementum caries. Macroscopic properties of dental caries, fissure caries, aproximal caries, cervical caries, and flat surface caries Caries Prevention in adolocence , fluoride and caries prevention, Fissure sealants and dental caries,Assesment MethodsOne written midterm examination, clinical performances, one written final examination are scheduled for thesemester.60% of (written midterm exam, clinical performance, oral exam) and 40 % of written final examination score must beequal or greater than 45 and the final exam score must be equal or greater than 50.Prerequisite/ RecomendedNoneTextbook/Recommended reading - Diş Embriyolojisi ve Histolojisi. Y. Manisalı, F. Koray. - Text book of clinical Cariology. A. Thylstrup, o. Fejerskov
FIXED PROSTHDONTICS 3 Code: BD 4.61 ECTS Credits 3rd Year – 1 Semester Undergraduate Compulsory 88 hrs / semester Lectures: 2 hrs / week (14 Practical Courses: 15 hrs / In Turkish weeks) week (4 weeks) Contact: Betul Tuncelli (email@example.com), Deniz SenAims and Objectives of the CourseTeaching the preparation techniques and clinical procedures in making crowns by using the patient examination andradiological evaluation.Course Contents●History taking and patient examination●Radiological evaluation●Mechanical, biological and esthetic properties during preparation●Preparation techniques for incisors●Preparation techniques for canines●Preparation techniques for premolars●Preparation techniques for molars●Impressions●Clinical procedures in making crowns and temporary crowns●Occlusion●EstheticsAssessment MethodsOne written midterm, one written final exam is scheduled at the semester and the completions of 4 crowns arerequired for final exam.Prerequisite/RecommendedSecond year Fixed Prosthodontics must be completed.Textbook and Recommended Reading-Shillingburg HT, Hobo S, Whitsett LD, Jacobi R, Brackett S E. Fundamentals of fixed prosthodontics, QuintessencePublishing Co, Third Edition, Chicago, 1997.
ORAL SURGERYANESTHESIA AND Code: 131-132REANIMATION1.28 ECTS credits 3rd year- 1st and 2nd Compulsory semestres (2 groups)1 hour/week Lecture: 1 hour/week, In TurkishLiscence Contact: Prof. Dr. Serhat Yalçın, Doç. Dr. Mehmet Yaltırık, Dt. İrem AktaşProf. Dr. A. Bülent Katiboğlu, Doç Dr. Mehmet Yaltırık, Doç. Dr. Buket AybarAims and Objectives of the Course: To give general information to the students about the anesthesiaand reanimationContents:Explanation and Use of AnesthesiaAnesthesia and Reanimation Techniques in Oral SurgeryUse of Regional Anesthesia, and its ComplicationsAnalgesik AgentsEmergency PatientsCardiopulmonar Resusitation, Fundamental Life SupportCardiopulmonar Resusitation, Further Life SupportPrerequisite:NoneAssessment Methods:One written midterm, one term project and one final examTextbook and Recommended Reading:Katiboğlu B: Dişhekimliğinde Genel Anestezi ve Acil. İstanbul: Rota Reklam A.Ş. 1997.
DENTAL MATERİALS Code:119-1202.4 ECTS Credits 3rd Year – 1 Semester Undergraduate Compulsory28 hrs / semester Lectures: 2 hrs / week (14 weeks) inTurkish Contact: Deniz SenAims and Objectives of the CourseChemical and physical properties and composition of dental materials used in restorative and prosthetic dentistry.Course Contents● Aim and contents of dental materials lecture● Mechanical, reological and thermal properties● Adhesion● Chemical and physical properties of the material● Dental gypsum● Dental Waxes● Investment material● Casting and casting mistakes● Metal and metal alloys● Gold and gold alloys● Non-precious metal alloys● Semi-precious metal alloys● Dental porcelain● Polymers in dentistry● Complete denture base materials● Complete denture rebasing materials● Artificial teeth● Impression materials● Non-elastomeric impression materials● Elastomeric impression materials● Amalgam● Resin composite● Luting materialsAssessment MethodsOne written midterm, one written final exam are scheduled at the semester.Prerequisite/RecommendedNone
Textbook and Recommended Reading-John F. McCabe, Translator: Emine Nayır “Diş Hekimliğinde Maddeler Bilgisi” İstanbul 1999 Code: ORAL DIAGNOSIS-3 133-134 1,28 ECTS credits 3rd year - 1st and 2nd ( 2 groups) Obligatory semesters 1 hour/week Lecture: 1 hour/week İn Turkish Contact: İlknur Özcan (firstname.lastname@example.orgAims and Objectives of the CourseTechniques of patient examination; intraoral , extraoral and supplementary examination methods and patientanamnesis and evaluation is pllaned to be taught to the students.Course ContentsIntroduction to Oral DiagnosisPatient Examination and AnamnesisPrevious Dental History , Childhood Diseases, Medical History Taking.Examination of the SystemsEkstra-Oral ExaminationPercussion, Oscultation, Fonctional examinationFacial FindingsPigmentations of the SkinIntraoral ExaminationViatality Testing of the PulpUrgent and Periodical ExaminationIntraoral FindingsOral habitsOral PhysiologyPrerequisite/Recomended
NoneAssessment MethodsOne written midterm exam, assessment of practical application (average x 60%) and one written final exam (40%)are scheduled at the semestre.Textbook/Recomended ReadingŞirin, Ş., Özcan İ. : Oral Diagnoz, İ.Ü. Basımevi ve Film Merkezi, 1995 ORAL SURGERY-3 Code: 127-128 4.61 ECTS credits 3rd year- 1st and 2nd Compulsory semestres (2 groups) 7 hour/week Lecture: 2 hour/week, Practice: In Turkish 5 hour/week Contact: Serhat Yalçın, Mehmet Yaltırık, Dt. İrem Aktaş Sami Yıldırım, Can Tuskan, Özen Doğan Onur, Banu Gürkan KöseoğluAims and Objectives of the Course:To inform the students about the Fundamentals of Oral Surgery, and to prepare them for the clinic.Contents:Fundamentals of Oral SurgeryAnamnesis and Clinical Control TechniquesAsepsis, Antisepsis, Disinfectants, SterilizationTypes of Wounds and Their TreatmentsAntibacterial Agents and PrescriptionPre-Operatif HazırlıkTooth Extraction; History, Indications, Extraction Tools and Extraction TechniquesHealing and Complications of Extraction WoundsExtraction Techniques of Impacted Teeth,BleedingProblems in Blood Clotting MechanismHemoragic Diatez DiseasesPrerequisite:NoneAssessment Methods:One written midterm, one term project and one final examTextbook and Recommended Reading:Özbayrak T: Dişhekimliği Cerrahisi. İstanbul: Renk iş ofset. 1990.Türker M, Yücetaş Ş: Ağız, Diş, Çene Hastalıkları ve Cerrahisi. Ankara: Atlas Kitapçılık ltd. şti. 1999.Miloro M: Peterson’s Principles of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. London: BC Decker Inc. 2004.Tuskan C: Yara. İstanbul: Kazancı Matbaacılık Sanayi A.Ş. 2000.Büyükakyüz N: Kan Hastalıkları ve Kanama Bozukluklarının Dişhekimliği Açısından Önemi, İstanbul, 1995.Büyükakyüz N: Kanın Yapısı, Kan Elemanları ve Dişhekimliği Açısından Önemi, İstanbul, 1989.
ORTHODONTICS 3 115116 4.61 ECTS credits 3rd Year 1st & 2nd Semester Undergraduate Compulsion18 hours / semester Lecture in Turkish Contact: email@example.comAims and Objectives of the CourseTo teach dental students, the history of orthodontics along with pre. And postnatal development of the face, differentorthodontic malocclusions. Cephalometrics, diagnosis in orthodontics and the etiology of orthodontic malocclusion willalso be cowered.Course ContentsHistory of orthodonticsConcept of growth and developmentDevelopment of the mouth and the palateCalcification of the craniumPrenatal development of the maxilla and the mandiblePostnatal development of the maxillaPostnatal development of the mandibleDevelopment of the faceDevelopment of the dention: 0-2,5 years / 2,5-6 yearsDevelopment of the dention: 6-10 years / 10-12 years / 12- yearsDental anomaliesSagittal anomaliesTransversal anomaliesVertical anomaliesAssessment of cephalometric radiographsCephalometric measurementSteiner analysisDiagnosis and treatment planningOrthodontic cast analysisIntraoral radiographs (periapical and occlusal)Extraoral radiographs (panaromic and hand wrist)Etiology of orthodontic anomalies-1Etiology of orthodontic anomalies-2Etiology of orthodontic anomalies-3Assessment Methods%60 of the total score of one midterm exam with one written midterm homework and %40 of final exam.Prerequisite/RecommendedNoneTextbook/Recommended Reading
Ülgen Mustafa, Ortodontik Tedevi Prensipleri, Ankara Üniversitesi Diş Hekimliği Fakültesi Yayınları 1990Proffit W., Contemporary Orthodontics, The C. V. Mosby Company 1986 PATHOLOGY 107 - 108 5.2 ECTS Credits 3rd year – 4th and 5th Undergraduate Compulsory semester84hrs./ semester Lecture: 4hrs./week (14 Practice: 2 hrs./week (14 Turkish weeks ) weeks ) Contact : F.Canan Alatlı , e-mail : calatli @ yahoo.comAims and Objectives of the CourseThe dental student will learn the ethiology, pathogenesis, macroscopic and microscopic morphological features of alldiseases and abnormal developments occuring in human organism, as well as the diagnostic methods necessary fortherapy.The diseases and abnormalities of the head and neck region cannot be separated from those of the otherparts of the body. Teaching the oral and dental symptoms of systemic diseases, and the specialities of the oral anddental therapy of the patients with systemic diseases are among the aims of this course. In addition,especially thediseases and abnormalities of the head and neck, and oral regions and jaws are taught in detail.Course Contents (Lecture)Regressive changes and metabolic diseases:Atrophy, Hyperplasia, Hypertrophy, Proteins, Lipids, Carbohydrates, Pigments, Necrosis, ApoptosisFluid and Blood Circulation Derangements:Hyperemia, Edema, Thrombosis, Embolism, Ischemia, Hypertension, Bleeding, ShockImmunology and Immunopathology:Antigens, Immune system, Hypersensitivity reactions, Infection immunity, Transplantation, Immune system failure,Immunosuppression, Diagnostic methods in immunologyInflammation:Etiology, Elements of inflammation, Pathogenesis, Major types of inflammation, Factors effecting inflammationRegeneration and Repair:Regeneration, Repair, Wound healing, Healing of bone fractureChemical Injuries:Chemical injuries due to drugs, chemical injuries due to organic and inorganic poisonsPhysical Injuries:Cold, Heat, Electric current, Atmospheric pressure, Mechanical trauma, Drowning, meteorologic effects, Radiation,Irradiation, Radiation in medicineNeoplasia:Benign and malignant neoplasms, Nomenclature, Frequency of cancer, Etiology, Carcinogenesis, Mechanism ofinvasion and metastasis, Macroscopy, Microscopy, Complications, Systemic signs of cancer, Tumor immunology,Spontaneous healing, Diagnosis of tumors, Therapy, Residive, Structural characteristics of tumorsOdontogenic Tumors:Classification, Clinicopathologic characteristics of odontogenic tumorsCysts:Odontogenic cysts, Developmental cystsMicroscopic Course ContentsWorking methods of microscopy, Flegmoneous appendicitis, Gastric ulcer, Granulation tissue, Foreign bodygranuloma, Tuberculous lymphadenitis, Miliary tuberculosis in lung, Peripheric giant cell granuloma, Amyloidnephrosis, Hyperplasia of prostate, Fibroma, Spindle cell sarcoma, Fibrous dysplasia of bone, Osteosarcoma,
Chondrosarcoma, Cavernous hemangioma, Kaposi’s sarcoma, Pigmented nevus, Malignant melanoma, Meningioma,Glioblastoma multiforme, Papilloma, Epidermoid carcinoma, Basal cell carcinoma, Fibroadenoma of breast,Adenocarcinoma, Mixed tumor of salivary gland, Adenoid cystic carcinoma, Hepatic cirrhosis, Lymph node metastasisof adenocarcinoma, Plasmocytoma, Hodgkin’s disease, Myxoma, Odontogenic cyst, Ameloblastoma.Assesment MethodsTwo written and one oral midterm exams ( % 50 ), and a final exam consisting of one written and one microscopic oralexam are scheduled at each semester.Prerequisite / RecommendedHistology course should be succeeded.Textbook / Recommended ReadingTahsinoğlu M, Çöloğlu AS, Erseven G : Genel Patoloji. İstanbul, İstanbul Üniversitesi Dişhekimliği Fakültesi Yayınları,1984.Tahsinoğlu M, Çöloğlu AS, Erseven G: Odontogen Tumorler. İstanbul, İstanbul Üniversitesi Dişhekimliği FakültesiYayınları, Bozak Matbaası, 1981.Tahsinoğlu M, Erseven G, Alatlı C : Ağız ve Çene Patolojisi Ders Notları. İstanbul, 2000.
PEDODONTICS 3 Code:113-1144.61 ECTS Credits 3rd year- 1semester Undergraduate Compulsory88 hrs / 14 weeks Lectures :2 Clinics: Turkish hrs/week (14 weeks) 15hrs/week (4 weeks) Contacts: Tevfik Akıncı, Isin Ulukapi, Figen Seymen, Gamze Aren,Elif SepetObjectives of the CourseThe main objectives of this course are to present the essentials of the intra and extraoral examination of the pediatricpatients, the different caries prevention techniques and the devolopment - the eruption of deciduous-permanentteeth.The second purpose of this course is to enable students with the skills in preventive dental procedures.Course Contents • Introduction to preventive dentistry and behavior management of children in dental office. • Psychological approach to behavior guidance. • Behavioral management of children in dental office. • Extraoral examination of children. • Intraoral examination in children. • The importance and organisation of caries prevention in children. • Prevalence and localisation of dental caries in children, the ethiology and the effective preventive methods. • Systemic fluorides. • Topical fluoride applications. • Fissure sealants. • Dental plaque. • Dietary habits- how should we change them for being effective in reducing caries? • Microorganisms and caries prevention. • Development of the teeth I. • Development of the teeth II. • Eruption of the deciduous and permanent teeth I. • Eruption of the deciduous and permanent teeth II. • The eruption times and disorders in primary and permanent dentition. • Morphological and histopathological characteristics of primary teeth . • The morphology of the primary teeth. • Occlusal relations in primary and mixed dentition. • Introduction to dental treatment in pedodontics. • Dental materials used in pediatric dentistry I. • Dental materials used in pediatric dentistry II.
Assesment MethodsOne written midterm examination, clinical performances,oral preliminary examination and one written finalexamination are scheduled for the semester. 60 % of (written midterm exam, clinical performances and oral preliminary exam) and 40% of written finalaxamination must be equal or greater than 45 and the final exam must be equal or greater than 50.Prerequisite/RecommendedPreclinic courses must be passed. Textbook/Recommended reading Gulhan A:Pedodonti.Istanbul:İ.Ü.Rektörlüğü Basımevi ,1994. Koch G, Poulsen S. Pediatric dentistry, clinical approach.Copenhagen:Munksgaard;2001. Handouts are supplied by the Department
PERIODONTICS 3 Code 4,61 ECTS Credits 3 th year-1 semester Undergraduate Compulsory 17 hrs/week Lectures: 2 hrs/week Clinics: 15 hrs/week Turkish (14 weeks) (4 weeks) Contact:Özen Tuncer, Utku Onan, Hasan Meriç, Ahmet Efeoğlu, Erhan Fıratlı, Korkud Demirel, Funda YalçınObjectives of the CourseThe main objectives of this course are to present the normal structures of periodontium, to learn the etiology andepidemiology of periodontal diseases.Course Contents- The normal periodontium. Gingiva and the tooth supporting structures.- Aging and the periodontium.- Etiology of periodontal diseases (local etiological factors )- The role of dental calculus and other predisposing factors.- Occlusal trauma. - Influence of systemic disease and disorders on the periodontium. - Periodontal microbiology.- Immunity and ınflammation: basıc concepts. - Genetıc factors assocıated with periodontal diseases. - Epidemiology of gingival and periodontal diseases. Assesment MethodsStudent is evaluated by one written and oral midterm examination, clinical performance and one final writtenexamination.60% of midterm score (written and oral exam, clinical performance) and 40% of written final examination score mustbe equal or greater than 45 and the final exam score must be equal or greater than 50.
Prerequisite/RecommendedNoneTextbook/Recommended reading Codage : DENTAL RADIOLOGY-3 135 1st semestre 136 2nd semestre 1,6 ECTS credits 3rd year - 1st and 2nd semestres ( 2 groups) Obligatory 11 hour/week Lecture: 1 hour/week, Practice: 8 İn Turkish hour/semestre Contact: Tamer L. Erdem (firstname.lastname@example.orgAims and Objectives of the CourseTeaching of the the historical development of radiology, radiation physics, radiation safety procedures, radiographictechniques and practical applications are planned to be taught to dental students.Course ContentsHistory of radiology and importence of radiographic examinationPeriapical radiographsBite-wing and occlusal radiographsPanoramic radiographyDigital radiographyExtraoral radiographic examinationsRadiation physicsProjection geometryProduction and properties of x-raysProperties of x-ray films and intensifying screensProcessing x-ray film and darkroom equipmentCommon faults (exposure, development, safety)RadiobiologyHealth physicsPrerequisite/RecomendedNoneAssessment Methods
One writen midterm exam, assessment of pratik uygulama (average x 60%) and one writen final exam (40%) arescheduled at the semestre.Textbook/Recomended ReadingErdem TL: Grades, 2004. REMOVABLE PROSTHODONTICS 3 Code: 123 or 124 4.61 ECTS Credits 3. Year-1.semester Undergraduate Compulsion 2 h/week + 60 h h/weekClinics : 15 Lecture: 2 In Turkish clinics/semester h/week (for 1 month) Contact: Necat Tuncer Lecturers: Necat Tuncer, Fatma Ünalan, Muzaffer Ateş, Olcay Şakar,Aims and Objectives of the CoursePatient profile in removable prosthesis. Diagnosis and treatment in full dentures. İmpression takind and preparation ofindividual trays. Clinical procedures in the preparation in full and partial dentures.Course Contents • Aims of prosthetic treatment, geriatry • Diagnosis and treatment plan of complete dentures • Clinical procedures of complete dentures 1 (preliminary impression, and individual trays) • Clinical procedures of complete dentures 2 (herbsts tests and final impression) • Clinical procedures of complete dentures 3 (adjusting of occlusal rims) • Clinical procedures of complete dentures 4 (recording of maxillo-mandibular relations • Clinical procedures of complete dentures 5 (recording of centric relation) • Clinical procedures of complete dentures 5 (importance of centric relation, centric and eccentric records) • Clinical procedures of complete dentures 6 (artificial teeth selection and try-in from esthetic perspective) • Clinical procedures of complete dentures 6 (artificial teeth selection and try-in from functional perspective) • Clinical procedures of complete dentures 7 (finishing and insertion of complete dentures) • Clinical procedures of complete dentures 7 (oclusal adjustment and patient education) • Oral aspects of systemic diseases of prosthodontics interests • Oral aspects of local diseases of prosthodontics interests • Macroscopic anatomy of supporting structures of complete dentures 1 • Macroscopic anatomy of supporting structures of complete dentures 2 • Retention of complete dentures • Stability of complete dentures • Impression theories 1 • Impression theories 2 • Articulation laws: fully balanced articulation and occlusion • Complete dentures’ problemsAssessment MethodsOne written midterm exam (10% ), one practical midterm exams (10% ), one practical assesment grade (20%), oneassay grade (20%), one written final exam (20%), one practical final exam (20%) are scheduled at the year.
Suggested Readings 4. Senih Çalıkkocaoğlu. Tam Protezler, Protez Akademisi ve Ganatoloji Derneği, İstanbul 1998. 5. Judsen C. Hickey, George A. Zarb, Charles L. Bolender. Boucher’s Prosthodontics Treatment for Edentulous Patients, The C.V. Mosby Co. 1985. 6. George A. Zarb, Charles L. Bolender. Prosthodontics Treatment for Edentulous Patients Complete Dentures and Implant-Supported Prostheses, The C.V. Mosby Co. 2004 12. Edition 4RD YEAR FORENSIC MEDICINE-4 Code:167 0.5 ECTS Credits 1 year, 1 semester Undergraduate Required 1 hour/week Lectures and Tutorials in Turkish Contact: Nevzat AlkanAims and ObjectivesTo transfer the basic knowledge of forensic medical principles to the dentistry students for them to workin the health sciences area in their postgraduate period.Course ContentsThe Introduction to Forensic Medicine and Forensic SciencesDeaths, Timing of Death, Forensic AutopsyGunshot Wounds, Sharp Force Trauma, Death Caused by Heat and Electricity, InfanticideThe Forensic Aspects of Alcohol and Drugs, PoisoningsForensic Psychiatry, Sexual Assaults, AsphyxiaMedical Malpractice Issues in Dentistry and Turkish Law RegulationsForensic OdontologyAssessment MethodsOne written midterm exam, one homework, one written final exam at one semesterPrerequisite/ Recommended: NoneText Book / Recommended Reading1- Soysal Z, Cakalir C. Adli Tip. Istanbul Universitesi Basimevi. 1999. Istanbul, Turkey. (in Turkish)2- Payne-James J, Busuttil A, Smock W. Forensic Medicine: Clinical and Pathological Aspects.Greenwich Medical Publication. 2003. London, UK. (in English)
ORAL SURGERY-4 Code: 143-144 5.84 ECTS credits 4th year- 1st and 2nd semestres (2 groups) Compulsory 9 hour/week Lecture: 4 hour/week, Practice: 5 hour/week In Turkish Contact: Serhat Yalçın, Mehmet Yaltırık, Dt. İrem Aktaş Tülin Özbayrak, Sinan Soley, Hakan Özyuvacı, Deniz FıratAims and Objectives of the Course: To inform the students about clinical work; tooth extraction, apical resection, cysts, tumors, fractures of the jaws andto give general information about biopsy, suture materials, postoperative care and radiotherapy.Contents:Cysts and their classificationOdontogenic Tumors, Classification, Diagnosis and TreatmentOsteoradionecrosisOsteopatiesAllergyPostoperative Care and Postoperative Complications in Oral SurgeryCompromised Patients in Oral SurgeryFractures of the Maxilla and the Mandible, Diagnosis, Treatment and ComplicationsBone Healing in Fracture PatientsApical ResectionReimplantationTreatment of TuberculosisTreatment of ActinomycosisTreatment of SphilisClassification of Osteomyelitis seen in Maxilla and the Mandible, Osteomyelitis seen in Children and Treatment ofOsteomyelitisSuture MaterialsTypes of BiopsiesLaser use in Oral SurgeryDistraction OsteogenesisBasic Rules in Oral ImplantologyGraft Materials in DentistryPrerequisite:Must have been successful in 3rd year final exam and oral examination in the beginning of the 4th year.Assessment Methods:One written midterm, 40 teeth extractions in the clinic, one term project and one written final exam are scheduled atthe semester.Textbook and Recommended Reading:Özbayrak T: Dişhekimliği Cerrahisi. İstanbul: Renk iş ofset. 1990.
Türker M, Yücetaş Ş: Ağız, Diş, Çene Hastalıkları ve Cerrahisi. Ankara: Atlas Kitapçılık ltd. şti. 1999.Miloro M: Peterson’s Principles of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. London: BC Decker Inc. 2004. DERMATOLOGY-4 Code 169-170 0.5 ECTS Credits 4.th year-7-8 semester Undergraduate Compulsory 1 h/week 14 hours Turkish Contact: Esen ÖzkayaAims and Objectives of the CourseTo introduce dental students to dermatologic disorders mainly presenting with oral mucosal symptoms and lesions; tomake them aware of the broad range of the differential diagnostic conditions and diagnostic procedures.Course contentsIntroduction to Dermatology (structural differences between skin and oral mucosa; elementary lesions)Infectious skin / mucosal disorders Part I (fungal infections; viral infections including AIDS)Infectious skin / mucosal disorders Part II (bacterial infections, general principles of antibiotherapy; syphilis)Inflammatory skin / mucosal diseases (oral lichen planus and lichenoid conditions; contact stomatitis; aphthousstomatitis, pemphigus vulgaris)Benign and malign tumours of the oral mucosa (including melanoma)Drug eruptionsReview of the highlightsPrerequisite / RecommendedNoneAssessment MethodsOne written midterm exam, one quiz, and one written final exam are scheduled at the semester.Textbook / Other materialElectronic data containing images of lesions in PowerPoint format
Code: ENDODONTICS 4 155-156 5.20 ECTS Credits 4th year- 1 semester Undergraduate Compulsory 2 hrs/week Lectures: Clinics: Turkish 2 hrs/week (13 weeks) 12 hrs/week (4 weeks) Contact person: Kemal Sübay Lecturers : Feyzi Batur, Selmin Aşçı, Raif Erişen, Alpay Yırcalı, Sedat Küçükay, Işıl Küçükay, Seçkin Dindar, Faruk Haznedaroğlu, , Hakan Özbaş, Sema Yıldırım, Objectives of the Course: The main objectives of this course are to learn the diagnosis and treatment of periapical tissue diseases and trauma.Interrelations between endodontics and systemic diseases and radiographic methods. It is aimed that students haveability to treat teeth with periapical lesions. Course Contents: Treatment planing in endodontics and the methods which are used in the clinics Diagnosis andt etiyology of periapical diseases Treatment of acute apical periodontitis Treatment of acute apical abscesses Treatment of chronic abscesses Treatment of chronic apical periodontitis Periradicular cysts and treatment Differential diagnosis of periapical lesions Internal resorption External resorption Resorption therapy Calcium containing materials in endodontic therapy Apexification and apexogenesis Indications and contrindications in endodontic therapy Endodontic considerations in dental trauma Crown and crown- root fractures Crown fractures and treatment Dental traumas with periodontal injuries and replantation Replantation Emergency in endodontics The importance of radiographs in endodontics and special radiograph methods Endodontic therapy of radiotherapy patients Endodontic therapy of root canal anomalies Endodontic treatment methods with systemic diseases Endodontic treatment methods with bone diseases Geriatry in endodontics Assessment Methods: Student is evaluated by one written and oral midterm examination, clinical performance and one final written examination. 60% of midterm score (written and oral exam, clinical performance) and 40% of written final examination score must be equal or greater than 45 and the final exam score must be equal or greater than 50. Prerequisite/Recommended: None Textbook/Recommended reading:
ENDODONTICS, John I. Ingle, Leif K. BaklandPathways of the Pulp Cohen S., Burns RC:, Sixth ed. Mooby-Year Book, Inc, 1994Periapikal dokuların patolojisi ve tedavileri G.Bayırlı. 1996.Endodontik tedavi I G.Bayırlı 1998Endodontik tedavi II G.Bayırlı 1999Diş pulpası ve ağrı G.Bayırlı 1999 GENERAL SURGERY- 4 Code:167-168 0.5 ECTS Credits 4.th year- 2 semester Undergraduate Compulsory 1 hrs / 14 weeks Turkish Contacts:Yeşim ErbilObjectives of the CourseTo present different possible diseases spread by blood contact in combination with dental patients and also to showemergency and first aid prosedures. In this program antibiotics and wound healing in head neck surgery are included.1-Diseases spread by blood contact. Description. Clinical properties. Contamination routs. Prevention. Treatment2-3 First Aid 1-2. Emergency in daily life. What can we do?. Bleeding, burns, freezing etc4-Shock. Decription, classification, clinic diagnosis, treatment.5- Antibiotic prophylaxy in head and neck surgery. Classification of antibiotics and microorganisms. Prevention. Which antibiotic?6-Wound healing.7- Liquid-electrolid therapy.
OPHTHALMOLOGY 171-1720.5 ETCS 4th year/1st-2ndCredits semesters Undergraduate Required1h/week Lectures: 1h/week in Turkish Contact: Acun GezerAims and ObjectivesUnderstanding orbital and ocular anatomyKnowledge about the main principles of ocular physiopathologyAbility to identify common ocular disordersKnowledge of clinical approach to eye diseasesUnderstanding basic clinical methodology in ophthalmologyKnowledge of basic guidelines of ocular treatmentCourse ContentsDisorders of ocular adnexa and tearfilmExternal ocular surface disordersCataracts and GlaucomaDisorders of Uvea andRetinaDisorders of OrbitaOptic Nerve and Visual PathwaysRefractive Errors and Ocular Motility DisordersAssesment MethodsStudents will receive a multiple choice test examination for midterm and finalMidterm will count 40% and final 60% of their passing grade. Any presenationsin class will count 10% of the midterm and reports on observation will count 10%of the final grade as an extra credit.Textbook / Recommended ReadingNoneTextbook / Recommended ReadingSezen F, Urgancıoğlu M, Gücükoğlu A et al Göz Hastalıkları İ.Ü. İstanbul Tıp Fak. Temel ve Klinik Bilimler Ders Kitapları, 1998Lang GK Göz Hastalıkları El Kitabı - Atlas Palme Yayıncılık, 2001
OPHTHALMOLOGY0.5 ETCS 4th year/1st-2ndCredits semesters Undergraduate Required1h/week Lectures: 1h/week in Turkish Contact: Acun GezerAims and ObjectivesUnderstanding orbital and ocular anatomyKnowledge about the main principles of ocular physiopathologyAbility to identify common ocular disordersKnowledge of clinical approach to eye diseasesUnderstanding basic clinical methodology in ophthalmologyKnowledge of basic guidelines of ocular treatmentCourse ContentsDisorders of ocular adnexa and tearfilmExternal ocular surface disordersCataracts and GlaucomaDisorders of Uvea and RetinaDisorders of OrbitaOptic Nerve and Visual PathwaysRefractive Errors and Ocular Motility DisordersAssesment MethodsStudents will receive a multiple choice test examination for midterm and finalMidterm will count 40% and final 60% of their passing grade. Any presenationsin class will count 10% of the midterm and reports on observation will count 10%of the final grade as an extra credit.Textbook / Recommended ReadingNoneTextbook / Recommended ReadingSezen F, Urgancıoğlu M, Gücükoğlu A et al Göz Hastalıkları İ.Ü. İstanbul Tıp Fak. Temel ve Klinik Bilimler Ders Kitapları, 1998Lang GK Göz Hastalıkları El Kitabı - Atlas Palme Yayıncılık, 2001
Internal Medicine Code:169-170 th0.5 ECTS Credits 4 year- 7 or 8 Graduate Required semester1 hour/week Lectures In Turkish Contact: Meliha NalçacıAims and objectives of the courseThe purpose of this course is to educate the students of Istanbul Faculty of Dentistry on the subjects of internalmedicine which they must be informed especially regarding the matters they could face in their future professionalpractice.Course contents - Introduction to internal medicine, to the approach common symptoms and signs - The medical emergencies in the internal medicine - Introduction to hematology, normal laboratory reference ranges, blood transfusions - Approach to the anemias, polycythemias, leucopenia and leucocytosis - Approach to the patient with bleeding - Rheumatic fever - Infective endocarditis, endocarditis prophylaxisAssessment methodsOne written midterm exam and one written final examPrerequisite/RecommendedNoneTextbook /recommended readingCecil Textbook of Medicine Goldman/ Ausiella
ENT DISEASES AND HEAD AND NECK SURGERY-4 Code 171-172 0.5 ECTS Credits 4. year- 1.or 2. semester 1 hour/week Lectures: 7 in Turkish Lecturer: Dr. Tuncay Ulug, MD Contact: email@example.comAims and Objectives of the CourseThe aim of the lectures is to enhance the knowledges of the students of the Dentistry about the ENT diseases andHead and Neck Surgery.Lecture ContentsGeneral informationEar DiseasesLarynx DiseasesPharynx DiseasesOral Cavity DiseasesNasal DiseasesHead and Neck DiseasesAssessment MethodsOne midterm exam, one homework and one final exam are scheduled at the semester.Prerequisite/RecommendedNoneTextbook/Recommended Reading
CONSERVATİVE DENTİSTRY 4 Code: 5.02 ECTS Credits 4th.year-1 Semester Undergraduate Compulsory 17h/week Lecture:2h/week Practical:15h/week Turkish Contact: Berna Tarım Lecturers: Yasemin Benderli Gökçe, , Sami Büyükgökçesu, Haşmet Ulukapı, Taner Yücel, Esra Yıldız-AyvazObjectives of the Course:The main objectives of this course are to teach of the acquired, genetic and natal diseases of the tooth structures, theimportance of biomechanic, adhesive dentistry and cavity modifications, the removing technics of the tooth hardtissues, oriented reactions in the pulp-dentin complexCourse Contents: The cavity principals of composites, the importance of beveling and acid-etching on the micromechanic adhesion Resistance and retention on the Black I., II. and V cavities. The external deposit sources on the tooth surfaces The structures of the abrasives and burs, indications, basic principles on the applications of them Deep dentin caries; histopatology, clinical properties, and treatment Erosion, abrasion and wedge shaped defects Geriatric dentistry, the importance of the diseases and metabolic disfunctions in elderly people. Abnormalities, etiology, number, volume, and form abnormalities,genetic and aquired tissue abnormalities, Resorption and repair in cementum, Pins; indications,application proceduresAssesment MethodsOne written midterm examination, clinical performances, one written final examination are scheduled for thesemester.60% of (written midterm exam, clinical performance, oral exam) and 40 % of written final examination score must beequal or greater than 45 and the final exam score must be equal or greater than 50.Prerequisite/ RecomendedNoneTextbook/Recommended reading - Fundamentals of Operative Dentistry. R. Schwartz, J. Summitt, J. Robbins. Quintessence Publishing. Co.
FIXED PROSTHODONTICS 4 139-1405.20 ECTS Credits 4th Year – 1 Semester Undergraduate Compulsory88 hrs / semester Lectures: 2 hrs / week (14 weeks) In Turkish Practical Courses: 15 hrs / week (4 weeks) Contact: Yasemin Aras, Sabire DegerAims and Objectives of the CourseTooth preparation is one of the most important factors in fixed prosthodontics. The aim of the course is to enlightenthe students about basic concepts on abutment teeth, bridges, metal-ceramic system, materials for enhancingceramics and related technological improvements and patient follow-up. It is also a goal of this course to makestudents understand the application of concepts stated above and give them the opportunity to apply them practically.Course Contents● Principles of tooth preparations; The metal-ceramic crown preparation● Preparations for fixed bridge abutments; evaluation of a preparation● Abutment preparation for special problems and prosthetic approaches; periodontally weakened teeth, pier abutments, tilted molar abutments cantilever fixed partial denture abutments, removable partial denture abutments● Abutment evaluation; crown-root ratio, root configuration, periodontal ligament area, biomechanical considerations● Pontics and edentulous ridges; connectors for fixed partial dentures● Try-in and adjustment of metal framework● Metal-ceramic restorations; porcelain composition and manufacture, metal alloy, metal-ceramic compatibility, porcelain-alloy bonding mechanisms● Framework design for metal-ceramic restorations● The build up of porcelain on the metal framework; opaque porcelain application, all porcelain magrin fabrication, dentin and enamel porcelain application, porcelain surface treatment● Failure of metal-ceramic restorations; reasons, intraoral repairing techniques● Strengthening mechanisms of dental ceramics● Fiber-reinforced composite fixed prostheses● Introduction to implant-supported fixed partial dentures● Postoperative care and patient recallAssessment MethodsOne written midterm, one written final exam are scheduled at the semester and the completion of 3 fixed bridges, 3crowns and 1 cast post-core restoration are required for final exam.Prerequisite/RecommendedThird year Fixed Prosthodontics must be completed.Textbook and Recommended Reading-Shillingburg HT, Hobo S, Whitsett LD, Jacobi R, Brackett S E. Fundamentals of fixed prosthodontics, QuintessencePublishing Co, Third Edition, Chicago, 1997.-Rosenstiel S F, Land M F, Fujimoto J. Contemporary fixed prosthodontics. Mosby Inc, St Louis, 2001.-Shillingburg HT, Jacobi R, Brackett S E. Fundamentals of tooth preparation for cast metal and porcelain restorations.Quintessence Publishing Co, Chicago, 1991.-Van Noort R. Introduction to dental materials. Mosby Inc, St Louis, 1994.
MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY Code: 151-152 1.68 ECTS credits 4th year- 1st and 2nd Compulsory semestres (2 groups) 1 hour/week Lecture: 1 hour/week, In Turkish Contact: Serhat Yalçın, Mehmet Yaltırık, Dt. İrem Aktaş Cengizhan Keskin, Nevin Büyükakyüz, Zerrin Çebi, Bilgin ÖnerAims and Objectives of the Course:To inform the students about the problems of maxillofacial area such as TMD, mid-face fractures, cleft lip and palate,oral cancer, hormonal diseases and to teach them how they should deal with these cases.Contents:TMJ; anatomy, functions and diseasesEmergency patients in dental practiceOral CancerOrtognathic SurgeryBiomaterialsCleft patients and their treatmentsHormonal DiseasesMid-face fracturesPrerequisite:NoneAssessment Methods:One written midterm, one term project and one final examTextbook and Recommended Reading:Harris M, Reynolds IR (Çeviren: Apaydın A): Ortognatik Cerrahinin Temelleri. İstanbul, 1992.Tuskan C, Yaltırık M: Oral ve Maksillofasiyal Cerrahide Kullanılan Biyomateryaller. İstanbul: İ.Ü. Diş HekimliğiFakültesi, 2002.
NEUROLOGY- 4 Code 173-174 0.5 ECTS Credits 4 th year-7-8 semester Undergraduate Compulsory 1 h /week 14 weeks Turkish Contact : Halil Atilla İdrisoğlu firstname.lastname@example.orgAims and Objektives Of Course Introducing the future dentists to basic neurology, helping to achieve application and interpretation of neurology problems, studying concepts to understand the working principles of human nervous system and brain, studying the principal of neurologic diseases which are interest of dentistry. Course Contents : - Introduction to neorology - Principals of movement - Pyramidal system - Epilepsy - Headache and mıgraıne - Neuromuscular diseases and MG - Extrapyramıdal system and movement disorders - Stroke - Cerebeller system and disorders - Cranial nerves and Trigeminal neuralgy. Assesment methods One written midterm exam ( % 40 ) and one written final exam ( % 60 ) are scheduled of the semester. Prerequiste / Recommended none Text book / Recommended reading Neurology , Medical Faculty of Istanbul Lectures
Code: ORAL DIAGNOSIS -4 161 -162 2 ECTS credits 4th year - 1st and 2nd semesters ( 2 groups) Obligatory 11 hour/week Lecture: 1 hour/week, Practice: 8 hour/semestre İn Turkish Contact: İlknur Özcan (email@example.comAims and Objectives of the CourseThe aim of the lessons are to teach the general aspects of the systemic diseases, importance of the conditionseffecting dental treatment and treatment planning.Course ContentsLaboratory Examinations and Biopsi TakingMikrobiological and Serological ExaminationsBlood Examinations and EvaluationsPain and the Mechanisms of PainPeriapical PainPulpal-Periodontal PainExamination and Treatment Planning in PregnancyTreatment PlanningTreatment Planning of the Surgical ProceduresTreatment Planning of the Orthodontic ProceduresProthetical Treatment PlanningPeriodontologic Treatment PlanningConservative and Endodontic Treatment PlanningPhysiology of StressPrerequisite/RecomendedNoneAssessment MethodsOne written midterm exam, assessment of practical application (average x 60%) and one written final exam (40%)are scheduled at the semestre.Textbook/Recomended ReadingŞirin, Ş., Özcan İ. : Oral Diagnoz, İ.Ü. Basımevi ve Film Merkezi, 1995