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FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE
NON-COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE
COURSE NUMBER: DES 0021
COURSE TITLE: Head, Neck and Dental Anatomy
PREREQUISITE(S): None
COREQUISITE(S): None
STUDENT ADVISING NOTES: Admission to the Dental Assisting Program

First term dental assisting courses


TOTAL CONTACT HOURS: 60 (40 Lecture/20 Lab)
(For Office Use Only:

Vocational Credits 2.0 )


FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS: 2
STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE

ALLOCATION: 22

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course provides comprehensive instruction in the anatomy of the human dentition, its development and function. A detailed study of bony, muscular, circulatory, and nervous systems of the head and neck is included. An introduction to oral histology will also be offered.
SUGGESTED TEXT(S): Bird, D. & Robinson, D., Modern Dental Assisting,

10th edition, Elsevier Publishing, 2012.


SUGGESTED TEXT(S): None

IMPLEMENTATION DATE: Fall Term, 1998

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE: Fall Term, 2002 (20031)

Fall Term, 2008 (20091)

Fall Term, 2013 (20141) – Proposal 2013-16

Form 2B, Page 2
CONTACT HOURS

COURSE TOPICS PER TOPIC


I Oral cavity and landmarks 4 (Lecture 3, Lab 1)

  1. Intraoral tissues

  2. Extraoral tissues

II Tooth terminology 3 (Lecture 2, Lab 1)



  1. Oral cavity terminology

B. Tooth identification
III Tooth numbering systems 4 (Lecture 2, Lab 2)

  1. Universal

  2. Palmers

  3. FDI

IV Tooth morphology: Incisors 5 (Lecture 3, Lab 2)



  1. Maxillary central incisor

  2. Maxillary lateral incisor

  3. Mandibular central incisor

  4. Mandibular lateral incisor

V Tooth morphology: Canines 2 (Lecture 1, Lab 1)



  1. Maxillary canine

  2. Mandibular canine

VI Tooth morphology: Premolars 6 (Lecture 3, Lab 3)



  1. Maxillary first premolar

  2. Maxillary second premolar

  3. Mandibular first premolar

  4. Mandibular second premolar

VII Tooth morphology: Molars 8 (Lecture 4, Lab 4)



  1. Maxillary first molar

  2. Maxillary second molar

  3. Maxillary third molar

  4. Mandibular first molar

  5. Mandibular second molar

  6. Mandibular third molar

VIII Occlusion 1 (Lecture 1, Lab 0)



  1. Class I

  2. Class II

  3. Class III

IX Deciduous dentition 2 (Lecture 1, Lab 1)



  1. Tooth identification

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CONTACT HOURS

COURSE TOPICS (Continued) PER TOPIC


B. Variation in form from permanent

X Eruption and exfoliation 2 (Lecture 2, Lab 0)



  1. Eruption schedule for primary and permanent teeth

  2. Exfoliation of primary teeth

XI Developmental anatomy – Embryology 3 (Lecture 3, Lab 0)

XII Osteology of the skull 5 (Lecture 3, Lab 2)


  1. Bones of the skull

  2. Bones of the mandible

XIII Sinuses and TMJ 2 (Lecture 1, Lab 1)



  1. Sinuses in the skull

  2. TMJ function

XIV Muscles of the head and neck 3 (Lecture 2, Lab 1)



  1. Locations

  2. Functions

XV Neuroanatomy 1 (Lecture 1, Lab 0)



  1. Locations

  2. Functions

XVI Vascular supply 1 (Lecture 1, Lab 0)



  1. Locations

  2. Functions

XVII Tongue 3 (Lecture 2, Lab 1)



  1. Types and functions of papilla on tongue

  2. Tastes and sensory locations

  3. Locations of salivary glands and ducts

XVIII Physiology of mastication and swallowing 1 (Lecture 1, Lab 0)



  1. Mastication

  2. Swallowing

XIX Introduction to Oral Histology 4 (Lecture 4, Lab 0)

Form 2B, Page 4
PROGRAM TITLE: Dental Assisting
COURSE TITLE: Head, Neck and Dental Anatomy
CIP NUMBER: 0351060112
LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:
NUMBER(S): TITLES(S):
4.0 DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF GENERAL ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY AND APPLY WELLNESS AND DISEASE CONCEPTS – The student will be able to:
4.01 Develop a basic understanding of the structure and function of the body systems

4.02 Identify common disorders related to each of the body systems.


11.0 USE DENTAL TERMINOLOGY -- The student will be able to:
11.01 Identify and define common dental terms.

11.02 Demonstrate the use of proper dental terminology in the dental environment.


12.0 IDENTIFY STRUCTURES AND EXPLAIN FUNCTIONS AND PATHOLOGIES OF DENTAL AND GENERAL HEAD AND NECK ANATOMY -- The student will be able to:
12.01 Identify structures and functions of head and neck anatomy including bones, muscles, sinuses, salivary glands, lymph nodes, nerves, and blood vessels.

12.02 Identify embryonic development of head, oral cavity, and teeth.

12.03 Identify teeth and their landmarks, and the morphological characteristics of each individual tooth.

12.04 Describe the histological components of the head, oral cavity, and elements of the teeth and supporting structures.

12.05 Recognize and describe oral pathological conditions, related to the teeth and their supporting structures.

12.06 Recognize and describe developmental anomalies related to the teeth, face, and oral structures.



12.07 Describe and differentiate between normal and malocclusion.

Florida State College

At Jacksonville


Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment


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Section 1

COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: DES 0021

SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC):      


CONTACT HOURS (NCC): 60

COURSE TITLE: Head, Neck and Dental Anatomy

Section 2

TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)



AA Elective



AS Required Professional Course



College Prep



AS Professional Elective



AAS Required Professional Course



Technical Certificate



Other

       PSAV

 Apprenticeship



General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 8)




Section 3 (If applicable)

INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:



Communications



Social & Behavioral Sciences



Mathematics



Natural Sciences



Humanities




Section 4

INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:



Reading



Speaking



Critical Analysis



Quantitative Skills



Scientific Method of Inquiry



Writing



Listening



Information Literacy



Ethical Judgment



Working Collaboratively




Section 5

STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA



Communication



Critical Thinking



Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning



Information Literacy



Global Sociocultural Responsibility





Section 6

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Type of Outcome: Gen. Ed, Program,

Course

METHOD OF ASSESSMENT

Completers will be able to identify extracted teeth by their morphology

Course

Practical examination

Completers will be able to successfully use the three tooth numbering systems used by dentists

Course

Practical examination

Completers will be able to identify the bones of the skull, intraoral and extraoral landmarks

Course

Written and practical exam

Section 7

Name of Person Completing This Form: Jeffrey R Smith, DMD Date: 3/15/13





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