Dent 482: oral surgery 2 (2 credit hours: 1 theory, 1 clinical)



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DENT 482: ORAL SURGERY 2

(2 credit hours: 1 theory, 1 clinical)

Jordan University of Science and Technology

Faculty of Dentistry

Department of Oral Medicine and Surgery

Second Semester

Course Syllabus




Course Information

Course Title

ORAL SURGERY 2

Course Code

DENT 482

Prerequisites

DENT 381 , DENT 481

Course Website

N/A

Instructor

Dr. Fadi Jarab

Office Location

Dental Teaching Center

Office Phone

7201000

Office Hours




E-mail

fsjarab@just.edu.jo

Faculty

Prof Anwar Bataineh, Dr Zaid Tamimi, Dr Musab Abed Dr Alaa Dages, Dr Rasha Rahahleh.




Course Description

This course is a continuation of Dent 481. The broad topic will include cysts of the jaws and surrounding soft tissues, the dental aspects of the maxillary antrum, surgical aids to prosthetic dentistry, endodontics and orthodontics. and surgery-pathology interrelationship.




Text Book

Title

Contemporary Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery


Author(s)

Larry Peterson

Publisher

Mosby

Year

2008

Edition

5th

Book Website




Other references

  1. Minor Oral surgery by Geoffrey L Howe

  2. Other relevant chapters or articles from other books/journals







Assessment Policy

Assessment Type

Examination

Midterm(40%)

40 marks are divided as follows:

20:Theory online MCQ’s

10:Clinicaly oriented online MCQ’s

10:Clinical requirements, professional behavior and attendance



Final Exam(60%)

60 marks are divided as follows:

30:Theory online MCQ’s

30:Clinicaly oriented online MCQ’s

Total = [(40 X 2 (first semester) + (40 X 2 (second semester)] /4 + 60 final


Attendance

Students are expected to attend more than 90% of lectures and clinics

Participation







Course Objectives

Weights

This course is designed to provide students with:


  1. Proper prescribing of drugs commonly used in dentistry.




  1. Basic sinus diseases and infections . Oroantral communication risk factors and management .




  1. Canine impaction assessment and techniques of management .




  1. Periapical surgery indications and basic surgical techniques .




  1. Principles of biopsies .




  1. Maxillofacial cysts diagnosis and management.




  1. Cervical lymph nodes distribution and examination , differential diagnosis of neck masses and management .




  1. Principles of preprosthetic Surgery .




  1. Management of radiotheray and chemotherapy patients.




  1. Cryottherapy, diathermy and Laser




  1. Medical emergencies that may happen in the dental clinic and their management .

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Teaching & Learning Methods

Duration: around 14 weeks (depending on national holidays and university calendar).

Lectures: around 14 hours, 1 hour per week







Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to

Related Objective(s)




Reference

1

Antibiotics, simple analgesics, narcotic analgesics, antihistamines, nasal decongestants, steroids, prescription writing

Contemporary Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery


2

Anatomy, clinical assessment, radiographic assessment, odontogenic infections of the maxillary sinus, treatment of sinusitis, oroantral communications

Contemporary Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery


3

Management of impacted canines, supernumerary teeth, high frenal attachments, submerged teeth

Contemporary Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery


4

Drainage of a periapical abscess, periapical surgery, corrective surgery, healing, adjuncts

Contemporary Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery


5

Examination and diagnostic methods, principles of biopsy, types of biopsy, soft tissue biopsy techniques, hard tissue biopsy techniques

Contemporary Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery


6

Cysts; Signs and symptoms, classification

Contemporary Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery


6

Cysts; Investigations and diagnosis, management.

Contemporary Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery


7

Lymph node examination, differential diagnosis, investigations, management

Contemporary Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery


8

Reduction of prosthetic difficulties, maxillary tuberosity, Frena and tori, Denture granulomata, immediate dentures

Contemporary Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery


9

Prevention and management of maxillofacial complications of radiotherapy and chemotherapy

Contemporary Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery


10

Principles of Cryotherapy, Laser, & Dithermy

Contemporary Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery


11

Prevention of medical emergencies, syncope, hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia, cardiac arrest, hyperventilation, anaphylactic shock .

Contemporary Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery





Useful Resources







Course Content

Week

Topics

Chapter in text

1

Introduction

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2

Drugs & prescribing in Oral Surgery

Handout

3

Oral surgery in relation to orthodontics

9

4

Odontogenic diseases of the maxillary sinus

19

5

Principles of endodontic surgery

17

6

Principles of differential diagnosis and biopsy

21

7

Cysts of the Orofacial region – I

22

8

Cysts of the Orofacial region – II

22

9

Basic preprosthetic surgery

13

10

Cervical Lymphadenopathy and Neck Masses

Handout

11

Osteoradionecrosis and osteochemonecrosis

Handout

12

Cryotherapy, Laser & Dithermy

Handout

13

Medical emergencies

2

14

Revision & Qs

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Additional Notes

Attendance: Students must attend at least 90% of all scheduled classes and labs. Class participation is required.

- No make-up exams or quizzes will be given for unexcused absences



- Late arrivals to class are unexcused absences



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