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PCS 413




1st Week




1st Semester

4 September 2014
















LECTURE NO. 1

LECTURER: Dr. M. ALSARHAN

TITLE: Introduction to the course and discussion of the course outline

AIM: Introduce the course objectives and ILOs


ILOs:


  • Introduce the course

  • Explain the course outline

  • Clarify course objective

  • Explain mark distribution

  • Identify the course requirement

  • Name the required text books






CLINICAL SESSION NO. 1

ORIENTATION:




  • Assignment of Instructors

  • PCS Clinical Evaluation Form

  • PCS History and Exam Form

  • PCS Diagnosis and Treatment Plan Form

  • Clinical Competency Exam Form

  • Sample Treatment Plan Form








PCS 413




2nd Week




1st Semester

11 September 2014
















LECTURE NO. 2

LECTURER: Dr. M. Alsarhan

TITLE: Classifications of Diseases and Conditions Affecting the Periodontium I and II

AIM: Clarify and classify diseases and conditions affecting the periodontium

according to AAP 1999
ILOs:


  • The students should be able to classify:




  • Gingival diseases

  • Periodontal diseases

  • Necrotizing periodontal disease

  • Abscess of the periodontium

  • Periodontitis associated with endodontic lesions

  • Developmental or acquired deformities and conditions

REFERENCE: CARRANZA’s Clinical Periodontology 11th Edition Chapter (4)






CLINICAL SESSION NO. 2

REVIEW OF:




  • Data collection

  • Clinical examination

  • Radiographic interpretation

  • Clinical diagnosis

  • Prognosis

  • Treatment plan







PCS 413




3rd Week




1st Semester

18 September 2014
















LECTURE NO. 3

LECTURER: Dr. M. AlQutub

TITLE: The Surgical Phase of Periodontal Therapy and Classification

AIM: Explain the need for surgical periodontal therapy and classify it

ILOs:


  • The students should be able to:




  • Identify the objectives of the surgical phase

  • Contrast between pocket elimination and pocket maintenance

  • Apply re-evaluation after phase I therapy

  • Demonstrate indications for periodontal surgery

  • Describe critical zones in pocket surgery

  • Explain methods of pocket therapy

REFERENCE: CARRANZA’s Clinical Periodontology 11th Edition Chapter (52)






CLINICAL SESSION NO. 3

REVIEW OF:





  • Non-Surgical Instrument

  • Sharpening Stones

  • Sharpening technique

  • Seating positions

  • Instrument grasping

  • Finger rest








PCS 413




4th Week




1st Semester

25 September 2014










LECTURE NO. 4

LECTURER: Dr. M. ALSARHAN

TITLE: Surgical Anatomy of Periodontium and Related Structures

AIM: Revise and maintain the important anatomical structures related to

periodontal surgery
ILOs:


  • The students should be able to:




  • Describe the anatomy of the maxilla and related structures

  • Describe the anatomy of the mandible and related structures

  • Identify the presence and locations of exostoses

  • Recognize the intraoral muscles in relation to periodontal surgery

  • Identify anatomic spaces

REFERENCE: CARRANZA’s Clinical Periodontology 11th Edition Chapter (53)






CLINICAL SESSION NO. 4




  • How to develop and improve Communication skills

REVIEW OF:





  • Oral Hygiene instruction

  • Patients Motivation

  • Brushes and brushing techniques

  • Interdental Cleaning Aids






HAJJ BREAK





PCS 413




5th Week




1st Semester

16 October 2014










LECTURE NO. 5

LECTURER: Dr. M. ALSARHAN

TITLE: General Principles of Periodontal Surgery (Rationale and Objectives)

AIM: Introduce the rational and objectives of the general principle of periodontal

Surgery
ILOs:


  • The students should be able to:




  • Compare between outpatient and hospitalized patients in regards to periodontal surgery

  • Value the importance of Consent Form

  • Explain the surgical side effects

REFERENCE: CARRANZA’s Clinical Periodontology 11th Edition Chapter 54 pg 525)







CLINICAL SESSION NO. 5




  • Regular Patients









PCS 413




6th Week




1st Semester

23 October 2014










LECTURE NO. 6

LECTURER: Prof. Anil

TITLE: Instruments for Periodontal Surgery

AIM: Identify and recognize the different periodontal surgical instruments


ILOs:


  • The students should be able to:




  • Classify the periodontal surgical instruments

  • Identify excisional and incisional instruments

  • Describe periosteal elevators

  • Compare between surgical curettes and sickles

  • Recognize the Surgical chisels and tissue forceps

  • Identify surgical Scissors, nippers and needle holders

REFERENCE: CARRANZA’s Clinical Periodontology 11th Edition Chapter (55 pg 541)





CLINICAL SESSION NO. 6




  • Regular Patients










PCS 413




7th Week




1st Semester

30 October 2014










LECTURE NO. 7

LECTURER: Dr. AlHamdan

TITLE: Sutures and Suture Technique

AIM: To describe and illustrate the different suturing materials and techniques used in periodontal surgery


ILOs:


  • The students should be able to:




  • Recognize the anatomy of the needle

  • Describes the different types of suturing materials

  • Apply the most commonly used suturing techniques in periodontal surgery

REFERENCE: Additional Reading





CLINICAL SESSION NO. 7




  • Regular Patients








PCS 413




8th Week




1st Semester

6 November 2014










LECTURE NO. 8

LECTURER: PROF. ANIL

TITLE: Periodontal Flap Surgical Procedures

AIM: To classify and describe the different periodontal flap surgical procedures

ILOs:


  • The students should be able to:




  • Classify the periodontal flaps

  • Identify the design of periodontal flap

  • Describe and differentiate the different periodontal Incisions

  • Illustrate periodontal flap elevation

  • Explain the healing process after periodontal flap surgery

REFERENCE: CARRANZA’s Clinical Periodontology 11th Edition Chapter (57 pg 550)






CLINICAL SESSION NO. 8




  • Regular Patients









PCS 413




9th Week




1st Semester

13 November 2014










LECTURE NO. 9

LECTURER: DR. M. ALSARHAN

TITLE: Treatment of Gingival Enlargement

AIM: To define and recognize the different treatment options for gingival enlargement


ILOs:


  • The students should be able to:




  • Recognize chronic inflammatory enlargement

  • Differentiate between periodontal and gingival abscesses

  • Describe gingival enlargement associated with drug

  • Recall leukemic gingival enlargement

  • Describe gingival enlargement in pregnancy and puberty

  • Analyze the recurrence of gingival enlargement

REFERENCE: CARRANZA’s Clinical Periodontology 11th Edition Chapter (58 pg 556)






CLINICAL SESSION NO. 9




  • Regular Patients








PCS 413




10th Week




1st Semester

20 November 2014










LECTURE NO. 10

LECTURER: Dr. AlQutub

TITLE: Preparation of Periodontium for Restorative Dentistry

AIM: To understand the effect of different restorative and prosthodontics procedures on gingival health


ILOs:


  • The students should be able to:




  • Comprehend the rationale for therapy

  • Appraise the importance of the biological width

  • Analyze the consequence of inadequate biological width

  • Explain the sequence of treatment

  • Recognize the steps for pre-prosthetic surgery

REFERENCE: CARRANZA’s Clinical Periodontology 11th Edition Chapter (65 pg 608)






CLINICAL SESSION NO. 10




  • Regular Patients









PCS 413




11th Week




1st Semester

27 November 2014










LECTURE NO. 11

LECTURER: Dr. Alzoman

TITLE: Osseous Defects (Classifications and Diagnosis)

AIM: To classify osseous defects and make the proper diagnosis

ILOs:


  • The students should be able to:




  • Identify the bone destructions caused by extension of gingival inflammation

  • Differentiate between bone destruction caused by trauma from occlusion and bone destruction caused by systemic disorders

  • Categorize the factors determining bone morphology in periodontal disease

  • Recognize the bone destruction patterns in periodontal disease

REFERENCE: CARRANZA’s Clinical Periodontology 11th Edition Chapter (14 pg 140)




CLINICAL SESSION NO. 11




  • Regular Patients











PCS 413




12th Week




1st Semester

4 December 2014










LECTURE NO. 12

LECTURER: Dr. H. ALGHAMDI

TITLE: Resective Osseous Surgery

AIM: To explain and demonstrate the different bone resective surgical procedures

ILOs:


  • The students should be able to:




  • Select the treatment technique rational

  • Recognize the normal alveolar bone morphology

  • Terminology

  • Identify the factors for selection of resective osseous surgery

  • Describe the osseous resective technique

  • Apply postoperative maintenance

REFERENCE: CARRANZA’s Clinical Periodontology 11th Edition Chapter (60 pg 572)





CLINICAL SESSION NO. 12




  • Regular Patients









PCS 413




13th Week




1st Semester

11 December 2014










LECTURE NO. 13

LECTURER: Dr. H. AlGhamdi

TITLE: Regenerative Osseous Surgery I: Bone Grafting

AIM: To explain and demonstrate the different bone regenerative procedures using bone grafts


ILOs:


  • The students should be able to:




  • Evaluate the importance of new attachment and bone regeneration

  • Recognize the regenerative surgical techniques

  • Comprehend the bone graft materials

  • Describe bone grafting procedures

  • Identify the factors influencing a successful outcome.

REFERENCE: CARRANZA’s Clinical Periodontology 11th Edition Chapter (61 pg 577)





CLINICAL SESSION NO. 13




  • Live demonstration of surgical instruments,

  • Hands on workshop of periodontal flaps on animal head model









PCS 413




14th Week




1st Semester

18 December 2014










LECTURE NO. 14

LECTURER: Prof. Babay

TITLE: Regenerative Osseous Surgery II : Guided Tissue Regenerations

AIM: To explain and demonstrate the different bone regenerative procedures using Guided Tissue Regeneration (GTR)


ILOs:


  • The students should be able to:




  • Define the different terminology related to GTR

  • Comprehend the objectives of the procedure

  • Recognize the GTR regenerative surgical techniques

  • Recognize the different regenerative surgical techniques

REFERENCE: CARRANZA’s Clinical Periodontology 11th Edition Chapter (61 pg 577) + ADDITIONAL READING





CLINICAL SESSION NO. 14




  • Live demonstration of surgical instruments,

  • Hands on workshop of periodontal flaps on animal head model








PCS 413




15th Week




1st Semester

25 December 2013


















MIDTERM WRITTEN EXAMINATION








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