Cluster health Science Education concentration dental Laboratory Technology



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CLUSTER Health Science Education
CONCENTRATION Dental Laboratory Technology
WEVIS CODE HE0764
National Consortium for Health Science Education Health Care Standards http://www.healthscienceconsortium.org/docs/therapeutic_svcs_pathway.pdf

National Board for Certification in Dental Laboratory Technology http://www.nbccert.org

American Dental Association www.ada.org/sections/educationAndCareers/docs/dlt_ssg.doc
Sample of reported job titles upon completion of the Dental Laboratory Technology Specialization: Dental Lab Technician, Denture Technicians, Crown & Bridge Technician or provision of supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in this occupation



Sample of reported job titles upon completion of additional education: Dental Ceramist, Dental-Laboratory Technician, Finisher, Denture, Orthodontic Technician, Contour Wire Specialist
INDUSTRY CREDENTIAL

Certified Dental Technician (CDT)


See Addendum at http://careertech.k12.wv.us/health.html for additional resources and information.
RECOMMENDED PREREQUISITE

0714 Introduction to Health Care


REQUIRED COURSES

*Note: A minimum course completion score of 80% is required to progress to next course.
WVEIS Code Course

0621 Dental Laboratory Orientation

0622 General Dental Laboratory Techniques

0623 Crown and Bridge

0624 Ceramics

0626 Complete Dentures

0627 Orthodontics
ELECTIVE COURSES

0625 Partial Dentures

0628 Application in Dental Laboratory Technology

0739 Nutrition and Wellness

0748 Dental Terminology

1060 Essentials of Addiction and Prevention


*Note: students entering the Dental Laboratory Technology program should have a current CPR/AED for Health Care Provider or Professional Rescuer and First Aid certification.

SKILL SETS

Career Preparation Skills

Safety Practices

Leadership Development

Patient/Client Customer Service

Literacy and Numeracy

Academic Foundation

Communication

Technical Skills

Skill sets for Career Preparation Skills, Safety, Leadership Development and Patient/Client Customer Service should be integrated throughout the concentration as remaining skill sets are delivered.




Skill Set

Career Preparation Skills

Knowledge Objectives
HE.1

Students will demonstrate knowledge of


  • career paths.

  • goal development and achievement.

  • attitudes and work habits that support career retention and advancement.

  • personal qualities and abilities needed to be effective with children.

  • communication in varied contexts.

Performance Objectives
HE.2

HE.3


HE.4

HE.5


HE.6
HE.7

HE.8


HE.9

HE.10


Students will


  • relate skills and abilities to possible career pathways.

  • explain methods of goal development.

  • discuss methods of time management and task coordination.

  • practice professionalism in punctuality, appropriate dress, task completion, etc.

  • investigate methods of supervision such as giving and receiving feedback and instruction.

  • develop and present a statement of their personal work ethic beliefs.

  • prepare an application, cover letter, resume and thank you letter.

  • create a personal portfolio for use when applying for employment.

  • practice simulated job interviews.

Skill Set

Safety Practices

Knowledge Objectives
HE.11

Students will demonstrate knowledge of


  • infection control.

  • controlling the growth and spread of microorganisms.

Performance Objectives
HE.12

HE.13


HE.14

Students will


  • explain principles of infection control.

  • perform hand washing according to Centers for Disease Control regulations.

  • don and remove non-sterile gloves.

Skill Set

Leadership Development

Knowledge Objectives
HE.15


Students will demonstrate knowledge of


  • public speaking.

  • parliamentary law.

  • leadership concepts.

  • characteristics of effective teams and organizations.

Performance Objectives

Students will

HE.16


HE.17

HE.18


HE.19

HE.20





  • develop and deliver speeches.

  • participate in meetings using parliamentary procedure.

  • attend leadership conferences and training (local, state and/or national).

  • volunteer in community service opportunities.

  • participate in career development events.

Skill Set

Patient/Client Customer Service

Knowledge Objectives
HE.21

Students will demonstrate knowledge of


  • customer service.

  • patient/client satisfaction.

  • patient/client needs assessment.

  • quality for services.

Performance Objectives
HE.22

HE.23


HE.24

HE.25
HE.26


HE.27

HE.28


HE.29

HE.30
HE.31

HE.32
HE.33


Students will


  • demonstrate respectful and empathetic treatment of all patients/clients.

  • hear and work to resolve complaints from patients/clients or the public.

  • check completed work for spelling, punctuation and format.

  • greet visitors or callers and handle their inquiries or direct them to the appropriate persons according to their needs.

  • answer inquiries pertaining to patient/client care policies and services and work to resolve patient/client complaints.

  • measure and assess patient/client and employee satisfaction.

  • confer with patients/clients by telephone or in person to provide information about health care or services, take orders from superiors, obtain details of complaints and forward to instructor/supervisor.

  • keep records of patient/client interactions, recording details of inquiries, complaints or comments, as well as actions taken per health care institution guidelines.

  • check to ensure that appropriate changes were made to work toward resolving patient/client problems.

  • describe points of patient/client safety and respond to questions.

  • investigate and work to resolve complaints regarding food quality, service or patient/client care within your scope of practice.

  • identify the characteristics of each health care industry’s target market.

Skill Set

Literacy and Numeracy

Knowledge objectives

HE.34


Students will demonstrate knowledge of

  • literacy and numeracy skills required to solve complex

  • real-world problems associated with their career/technical content area

  • improve their thinking and reasoning skills.

Performance Objectives

HE.35
HE.36

HE.37

HE.38


Students will

  • utilize a variety of technical sources (e.g., Internet, manuals, journals, directions, reports, etc.) to complete career/technical assignments and projects

  • demonstrate writing skills required to complete career/technical assignments and projects

  • demonstrate accuracy in calculating and measuring graphical work required to complete career/technical assignments and projects

  • analyze tables, charts, graphs and multiple data sources to complete career/technical assignments and projects


Dental Laboratory Orientation WVEIS 0621


Skill Set

Academic Foundation

Knowledge Objectives
0621.1


Students will demonstrate knowledge of


  • dental laboratory careers.

  • certification by the national board for certification of dental laboratory.

  • career readiness.

  • role of a laboratory manager.

  • infectious disease and hazard control.

  • legal, ethical and historical aspects of dental laboratory.

  • preventive dentistry.

Performance Objectives
0621.2

0621.3
0621.4


0621.5
0621.6

0621.7
0621.8


0621.9

0621.10
0621.11

0621.12

0621.13


0621.14

0621.15
0621.16

0621.17

0621.18
0621.19


0621.20

0621.21


0621.22

0621.23


0621.24
0621.25

0621.26


0621.27

0621.28


0621.29

Students will


  • identify the five career majors offered in the dental laboratory.

  • summarize the three pathways for certification by the National Board for Certification of Dental Laboratory.

  • design essential documents to support career readiness in the dental laboratory field.

  • practice completing applications for actual positions found in the dental laboratory field.

  • prepare for the various stages of the employment selection process.

  • outline the major functions of a lab manager in the industry and compare with the program lab manager’s responsibilities.

  • describe and demonstrate Standard Precaution procedures used in a dental laboratory.

  • summarize infection control practices necessary in a dental laboratory.

  • describe the importance of bloodborne pathogens within the dental laboratory field.

  • summarize the role of OSHA in the dental laboratory.

  • describe the regulations regarding transferring products to a second container.

  • explain the use of MSDS.

  • list personal protective equipment used with hazardous materials.

  • identify the category dental laboratory technicians fall under in the occupational exposure, and explain why.

  • list proper equipment safety practices all students will be required to follow.

  • summarize each of the thirteen personal safety hazards.

  • exhibit use of proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) required in the dental lab program.

  • define the emergency equipment found in the dental lab and state how and when it is to be used.

  • describe past dental treatment.

  • discuss the historical development dental lab techniques.

  • describe dental laboratory associations.

  • identify where the National Association of Dental Laboratories is located.

  • summarize the three pathways for certification by National Board for Certification of Dental Laboratory.

  • identify the application process to become certified.

  • identify the different ways a person may receive fluoride.

  • explain the most effective form of fluoride.

  • demonstrate the proper way to brush and floss your teeth.

  • summarize the progression of periodontal disease.




Skill Set

Legal Responsibilities/Ethics

Knowledge Objectives
0621.30

Students will demonstrate knowledge of


  • jurisprudence.

  • ethics.

  • laws governing dental labs and technicians.

Performance Objectives
0621.31

0621.32


0621.33

0621.34


Students will


  • explain the difference between ethics and jurisprudence.

  • discuss the difference between legal and moral.

  • identify the purpose of the Board of Dentistry.

  • given a scenario, analyze the West Virginia laws governing dental labs and dental lab technicians.





General Dental Laboratory Techniques WVEIS 0622


Skill Set

Communication

Knowledge Objectives
0622.1

Students will demonstrate knowledge of


  • dental terminology.

Performance Objectives
0622.2

0622.3
0622.4

0622.5

0622.6
0622.7


0622.8


Students will


  • utilize proper dental terms that describe oral anatomic structures.

  • list terminology that is used to identify location of hard and soft oral structures and surfaces.

  • describe the different branches of dentistry.

  • identify roles and responsibilities of various dental professionals.

  • explain the common dental diseases, as well as the basic causes and treatments for these diseases.

  • understand what causes change in tooth color and techniques to prevent or change tooth color.

  • describe dental materials, tooth morphology, oral anatomy and occlusion.

Skill Set

Technical Skills

Knowledge Objectives
0622.9

Students will demonstrate knowledge of


  • general laboratory techniques.

Performance Objectives
0622.10

0622.11


0622.12

0622.13


0622.14

0622.15


0622.16

0622.17


Students will


  • evaluate preliminary and final impressions.

  • prepare and evaluate casts.

  • fabricate custom impression trays.

  • articulate casts, using non-adjustable and semi-adjustable articulators.

  • develop functional occlusion on articulated casts.

  • adhere to OSHA’s hazardous communication standards.

  • transcribe work authorizations.

  • adhere to infection control practices in the dental laboratory.

Skill Set

Academic Foundation

Knowledge Objectives
0622.18

Students will demonstrate knowledge of


  • human anatomy of the mouth.

  • anatomy of teeth.

Performance Objectives
0622.19

0622.20


0622.21

0622.22



Students will


  • analyze groups of teeth.

  • analyze the surfaces of teeth.

  • differentiate the structures of adult human teeth.

  • explain development and landmarks of teeth.



Crown and Bridge WVEIS 0623



Skill Set

Academic Foundation/Technical Skills

Knowledge Objectives
0623.1

Students will demonstrate knowledge of


Performance Objectives
0623.2

0623.3


0623.4

0623.5


0623.6

0623.7


0623.8

0623.9


0623.10

Students will


  • prepare and evaluate casts with removable dies.

  • trim dies and working margins.

  • identify various margin designs.

  • fabricate wax patterns.

  • sprue and invest patterns.

  • burnout and cast restorations.

  • seat and finish castings to dies.

  • finish and polish restorations.

  • fabricate multi-unit restorations.



Ceramics WVEIS 0624



Skill Set

Academic Foundation/Technical Skills

Knowledge Objectives
0624.1

Students will demonstrate knowledge of


  • dental porcelain.

  • alloys used to fabricate for restorations.

  • metal designs.

  • model construction.

Performance Objectives
0624.2

0624.3


0624.4

0624.5
0624.6


0624.7
0624.8

0624.9
0624.10

0624.11

0624.12


0624.13

Students will


  • describe the components of dental porcelain.

  • describe the early porcelain-fused-to-metal systems.

  • identify various alloys used in the fabrication of pfm restorations.

  • identify and explain the uses of opaque, body, incisal, modifier, glaze and stain porcelains.

  • demonstrate proper metal design for individual and multiple-unit pfm restorations.

  • demonstrate proper spruing, investing, burnout, casting and metal finishing techniques.

  • describe the concept of degassing and metal porcelain bonding.

  • demonstrate approved techniques for opaque, body and incisal porcelain application.

  • identify various porcelain firing cycles.

  • demonstrate approved techniques for contouring and glazing porcelain.

  • describe the basic concepts of staining, the color wheel and hue, chroma and value.

  • demonstrate and understanding of porcelain furnace calibration and maintenance.




Complete Dentures WVEIS 0626


Skill Set

Academic Foundation/Technical Skills

Knowledge Objectives
0626.1

Students will demonstrate knowledge of


  • physical properties, use and manipulation of dental materials.

  • dynamics of occlusion.

  • problem-solving skills as related to dental materials.

Performance Objectives
0626.2

0626.3


0626.4

0626.5


0626.6

0626.7


0626.8

0626.9
0626.10

0626.11


Students will


  • construct base plates and occlusion rims.

  • arrange a balanced set-up using anatomical teeth.

  • contour denture wax-ups prior to try-in and processing.

  • flask, pack, process and recover dentures.

  • remount dentures.

  • equilibrate occlusal discrepancies.

  • finish and polish dentures.

  • use a semi-adjustable articulator during fabrication of complete denture prostheses.

  • reline and repair dentures.

  • fabricate surgical templates.





Orthodontics WVEIS 0627


Skill Set

Academic Foundation/Technical Skills

Knowledge Objectives
0627.1

Students will demonstrate knowledge of


  • physical properties, use and manipulation of dental materials.

  • dynamics of occlusion.

  • problem-solving skills as related to dental materials.

Performance Objectives
0627.2

0627.3
0627.4

0627.5

0627.6


0627.7

0627.8


0627.9


Students will
prepare and evaluate study casts.

identify the components of orthodontic appliances including various types of arch wires, clasps and springs.

identify and categorize appliances.

fabricate retainers, space maintainers and tooth moving appliances.

contour various types of arch wires, clasps and springs.

fabricate, finish and polish auto polymerizing resin appliances.

solder and placement of bands.

repair acrylics.





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