Operative Dentistry

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Faculty of Dentistry/Conservative Dental Science Department ... Operative dentistry – CDS 411 (Clinical and didactic courses) ... Advanced operative dentistry.

Operative Dentistry Institution King Abdulaziz University College / Department Faculty of Dentistry/Conservative Dental Science Department -Course Identification and General Information 1- Course title and code: Operative Dentistry (CDS-511) 2- Credit hours 4 hours 3- Program(s) in which the course is offered. ( If general elective available in many programs indicate this rather than list programs ) Bachelor of dental science (BDS) 4- Name of faculty member responsible for the course Dr. Hanadi Yousif Marghalani 5- Level / year at which this course is offered 5th year of Dentistry 6- Pre-requisites for this course (if any )

- Operative dentistry – CDS 411 (Clinical and didactic courses) 7- Co-requisites for this course 8- Location if not on main campus Main Campus Building 12 - Objectives 1. Summary of main learning outcomes for students enrolled in the course.  Understand & perform technical details of various operative steps to reinforce the pre-clinical knowledge  Induce a proper clinical diagnosis & development of a formulated treatment plan  Understand the principles of cavity preparation & its modification according to the extent of caries & the biophysical properties of the plastic restorations  Know how to eradicate dental caries & carry out appropriate cavity modification to receive the plastic material, including liner, base & cements  Proper selection of the appropriate restorative material according to the treated case  Master handling & application of restorations with amalgam, glass ionomer, dentin bonding agents, anterior & posterior composites as well as caries prevention, pit & fissure sealants  Be upgraded to treat complicated and complex clinical cases & procedures

2. Briefly describe plans for developing and improving the course that are being implemented. (E.g. increased use of IT or web based reference material, changes in content as a result of new research in the field).  IT and web facilities was provided by the university to the staff and in the libraries to enable the students to communicate, look at their results, download lectures, and do their assignment.  Up-to-date scientific websites are provided to the students to allow them to learn more about new scientific concepts related to dental esthetic, bleaching, management of mutilated teeth and so forth.

- Course Description (Note: General description in the form to be used for the Bulletin or Handbook should be attached) 1. Topics to be Covered No of Week

Contact hours

Revision on diagnosis, treatment plan & file writing

1

1

Role of diet in caries incidence

1

1

Root caries

1

1

Glass ionomer clinical application

2

2

Tooth surface loss (wear, attrition, bruxism)

1

1

List to be Covered

Non-carious cervical lesions & restorative management

1

1

Restoration of mutilated teeth

1

1

Pin-retained restorations

1

1

Bonded amalgam restoration

1

1

Indirect posterior restorations (composite, porcelain & CAD/CAM)

2

2

Tooth hypersensitivity & management

1

1

Cracked tooth syndrome

1

1

Occlusion in operative dentistry

1

1

2

2

(1- aesthetics dental elements, selective aesthetic dental alteration, diastema closure 2- Resin & Porcelain veneer)

2

2

Failure of the restoration

4

4

Long term management of restoratives

1

1

Light cure technology & mode of cure

1

1

Management of discolored teeth (types of discoloration + Bleaching + enamel abrasion) Aesthetic consideration in operative dentistry

2. Course components ( total contact hours per semester ): Lecture:

Tutorial:

Laboratory Practical/Field

Other:

Work/Internship

14h/semester 1h/semester

21h/semester

None

- Learning Resources Required Text (s) Reading from books of  Advanced operative dentistry. Baratieri.  Pickard’s manual of operative dentistry. Kidd. 8th Essential References  Sturdevant’s Art and Science of Operative Dentistry, 4th ed., 2002, Mosby  Fundamentals of Operative Dentistry – A contemporary Approach. J.Summitt, W Robbins, T Hilton, & R Schwartz. 3rd ed., 2006 – Quintessence Publishing Recommended Books and Reference Material ( Journals, Reports, etc ) (Attah List ) Articles from dentistry today, J of esthetic and restorative dentistry, operative dentistry, and caries research, International J of Periodontics and restorative dentistry. Quintessence international

Electronic Materials, Web Sites etc      

www.dentaltown.com www.animatted-teeth.com www.dentistrytoday.com www.composite.com www.cariosolv.com www.dentalcomposite.com

Other learning material such as computer-based programs/CD, professional standards / regulations None