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UG CURRICULUM

PROGRAMME FOR III YR BDS

Subject: Periodontics

Staff in charge– Dr.G.Himabindu

Aim of the course: Is to train the undergraduates with the basics in Periodontics both theoritical and clinical to enable them to have a sound understanding of the subject which will prepare them well for the IV Year at the end of which they have to write the exam.

Objectives:

To understand the basic tissues of the Periodontium.

To assimilate knowledge about the etiopathogenesis of Gingival and Periodontal diseases.

To be well versed with the instruments and Principles of instrumentation, to enable proper treatment.



Number of hours: Theory – 30

Clinical-- 70

Total ---- 100

Minimum Attendance required: Theory-80%

Clinicals-80%

Theory classes

Duration

Topic

Staff in charge

Wk 1

Introduction

Dr.k.Rekharani


WK 2

Gingiva

Dr.K.Rekharani


Wk 3

Periodontal ligament

Dr.Veerendranath reddy


Wk 4

Cementum

Dr.Prasanna


Wk 5

Alveolar Bone

Dr. Rohini

Wk 6

Classification of periodontal diseases

Dr. Gita Malathi


Wk 7

Plaque

Dr.Venkata Srikanth

Wk 8

Plaque Control



Dr.D.Rajshree

WK 9

Calculus

Dr. G.Himabindu


Wk 10

Defense mechanisms of gingiva

Dr. Vishali


Wk 11


Defense mechanisms of gingiva

Dr Manasa

Wk 12

Gingival inflammation

Dr.k.Rekharani


Wk 13

Clinical features of gingivitis

Dr.K.Rekharani


Wk 14


Microbial interactions with the host


Dr.Veerendranath reddy


Wk 15

Microbial interactions with the host


Dr.Prasanna


Wk 16


Acute gingival infections

Dr. Rohini

Wk 17


Treatment of Acute gingival infections

Dr. Gita Malathi


WK 18

Gingival diseases in childhood

Dr.Venkata Srikanth

WK 19

Gingival diseases in childhood

Dr.D.Rajshree

WK 20

Gingival enlargement


Dr. G.Himabindu


Wk 21

Treatment of Gingival Enlargement


Dr. Vishali


WK 22

Smoking & Periodontal disease

Dr Manasa

WK 23

Immunity and Inflammation

Dr.k.Rekharani


WK 24

Immunity and Inflammation

Dr.K.Rekharani


WK 25

Splinting

Dr.Veerendranath reddy


WK 26

Trauma from occlusion

Dr.Prasanna


WK 27

Trauma from occlusion

Dr. Rohini

WK 28

Periodontal pocket

Dr. Gita Malathi


WK 29

Periodontal pocket

Dr.Venkata Srikanth

WK 30

Boneloss&patterns of bone destruction

Dr.D.Rajshree

WK 31

Boneloss & patterns of bone destruction


Dr. G.Himabindu


WK32

Periodontal medicine

Dr. Vishali


WK 33

Periodontal medicine

Dr.K.Rekharani


WK 34

Discussion on periodontal medicine

Dr.Veerendranath Reddy

DAY WISE CLINICAL TEACHING SCHEDULE FOR III BDS STUDENTS

The III year BDS students are posted for 18 days . The day wise (1PM TO 3PM) clinical teaching for the III BDS students is as follows:

Day 1 = Discussion on Infection control

Day 2= Viva on Infection control

Day 3= Discussion on periodontal instrumentation

Day 4= Viva on periodontal instrumentation

Day 5= Chair position and Principles of instrumentation

Day 6= Demonstration of Hand scaling and root planing

Day 7= Maintenance ( sharpening) of instruments

Day 8= Discussion on Gingiva

Day 9= Discussion on Periodontal ligament

Day 10= Discussion on Cementum and Alveolar bone

Day 11= Discussion on Classification of Periodontal Diseases

Day 12 = Discussion on clinical features of Gingivitis



Requirements:

Case histories(Short)- 5

Hand scalings -10

Students should have to complete the work prescribed by the concerned department from time to time and submit a certified record for evaluation.



Prescribed book:

Glickman’s Clinical Periodontology- Caranza



Reference Books:

1.Essentials of Periodontology and periodontics- Torquil Macphee

2. Contemporary periodontics- Cohen

3. Periodontal therapy- Goldman

4. Orbans periodontics-Orban

5. Oral Health Survey- WHO

6. Preventive Periodontics- Young and Stiffler

7. Public Health Dentistry- Slack

8. Advanced Periodontal disease- John Prichard

9. Preventive Dentistry- Forrest

10. Clinical Periodontology- Jan Lindhe

11. Periodontics- Baer & Morris





Ist Internal Syllabus:

1.Gingiva

2. Periodontal ligamant

3. Cementum

4.Alveolar bone

5. Classification of periodontal diseases

6. Plaque and plaque control

7. Calculus

8. Defense Mechanisms of gingiva

9. Gingival inflammation& Clinical features of gingivitis

10.Microbial interactions with the host.

11.Influence of systemic diseases on the periodontium.

12.Desquamative gingivitis

13. Acute gingival infections&treatment

14. Gingival diseases in childhood

15.Periodontal therapy in the female patient



II Internal Syllabus

1.Periodontal pocket

2 Chronic Periodontitis

3. Aggressive Periodontitis

4 Smoking and periodontal disease

5 Immunity & inflammation

6. Trauma from occlusion

7. Bone loss & patterns of bone destruction

8.Periodontal medicine

9.Prognosis

10.Risk assessment

11.Periodontal manifestation of HIV

12. Treatment plan & rationale

13.Periodontal abscess

14. Advanced diagnostic techniques

15.Endo-perio lesions

16. Chemotherapeutic agents

III Internal Syllabus

1. General principles of periodontal surgery.

2. Gingival curettage& Gingivectomy

3. Splinting

4.Host modulation

5. Periodontal Flap surgery

6. Flap technique for pocket elimination

7. Furcation involvement&treatment

8. Resective osseous surgery

9. Regenerative osseous surgery

10.Periodontal plastic surgery

11.Dental implants



12.SPT

13.Occlusal therapy



14.Oral malodour

Theory classes

Duration

Topic

Staff in charge

WK 1

Influence of systemic diseases on periodontium

Dr.K.Rekharani

WK 2

Desquamative gingivitis

Dr.Veerendranath reddy


WK 3

Chronic periodontitis

Dr.Prasanna


WK 4

Aggressive periodontitis

Dr. Rohini

WK 5

Periodontal therapy in the female patient

Dr. Gita Malathi


WK 6

Prognosis

Dr.Venkata Srikanth

WK 7

Risk assessment

Dr.D.Rajshree

WK 8

Periodontal manifestation of HIV

Dr. G.Himabindu


WK 9

Treatment plan&rationale

Dr. Vishali


WK 10

FIRST INTERNAL EXAM

WK 11

Periodontal abscess

Dr.Manasa

WK 12

Advanced diagnostic techniques

Dr.K.Rekharani

WK 13

Endo-perio lesions

Dr.Veerendranath reddy


WK 14

Chemotherapeutic agents

Dr.Prasanna


WK 15

General principles of periodontal surgery

Dr. Rohini

WK 16

Gingival curettage& gingivectomy

Dr. Gita Malathi


WK 17

Hostmodulation

Dr.Venkata Srikanth

WK 18

Oral malodor

Dr.D.Rajshree

WK 19

Periodontal flap surgery

Dr. G.Himabindu


WK 20

Flap technique for pocket elimination

Dr.Vishali

WK 21

Furcation & treatment

Dr.Manasa

WK 22

Resective osseous surgery

Dr.K.Rekharani

WK 23

Regenerative osseous surgery

Dr.Veerendranath Reddy

WK 24

SECOND INTERNAL EXAM


WK 25

Periodontal plastic surgery

Dr.K.Rekharani

WK 26

Dental implants

Dr.Veerendranath reddy


WK 27

SPT

Dr.Prasanna


WK 28

Occlusal therapy

Dr. Rohini

WK 29

Revision on Etiology

Of periodontal diseases



Dr. Gita Malathi


WK 30

Revision on pathogenesis

Dr.Veerendranath Reddy

WK 31

WK 32

Revision on periodontal therapy

Dr.K.Rekharani

WK 33

WK 34

THIRD INTERNAL EXAM

DAY WISE CLINICAL TEACHING SCHEDULE FOR IV BDS STUDENTS

The IV year BDS students are posted for 45 days. The day wise (11am-3pm) clinical teaching for the IV BDS students is as follows:

Day 1 = Discussion on periodontal instrumentation and basic periodontal structures

Day 2= Demonstration on Ultrasonic scaling

Day 3= Discussion on various aspects of Case history

Day 4= Discussion on Medical History

Day 5= Demonstration on history taking and clinical examination of the patient

Day 6= Discussion on various Periodontal Indices

Day 7= Demonstration on recording different indices

Day 8= Discussion on diagnosis of periodontal diseases and determination of prognosis

Day 9= Radiographic interpretation and Lab investigations

Day 10= Formulating Treatment Plan

Day 11= Discussion on Gingival inflammation and clinical features of Gingivitis

Day 12= Discussion on Gingival Enlargement

Day13 = Discussion on Periodontal pocket

Day14 = Discussion on Bone loss and patterns of bone destruction

Day 15 = Discussion on Trauma from occlusion

Day 16 = Discussion on Chronic Periodontitis

Day 17 = Discussion on Aggressive Periodontitis

Day 18 = Discussion on Furcation involvement and treatment aspects

Day 19 = Discussion on Risk Assessment

Day 20 = Plaque control and motivation of patients

Day 21= Demonstration to patients about different oral hygiene aids

Requirements:

Case histories (long)- 5

Hand scalings- 10

Ultrasonic scaling -10

Minor surgical procedures-2

Demonstration regarding various surgicalprocedures (gingivectomy,gingivoplasty, various pocket elimination therapies, mucogingival surgeries) is given. Students are also required to assist the staff during the surgicalprocedures. Demonstration regarding all surgical procedures, post operative care and supervision is also done.

Students should have to complete the work prescribed by the concerned department from time to time and submit a certified record for evaluation

A work record should be maintained by all the students and should be submitted at the time of examination after due certification from the head of the department.



Prescribed book:

Glickman’s Clinical Periodontology- Caranza



Reference Books:

1.Essentials of Periodontology and periodontics- Torquil Macphee

2. Contemporary periodontics- Cohen

3. Periodontal therapy- Goldman

4. Orbans periodontics-Orban

5. Oral Health Survey- WHO

6. Preventive Periodontics- Young and Stiffler

7. Public Health Dentistry- Slack

8. Advanced Periodontal disease- John Prichard

9. Preventive Dentistry- Forrest



10. Clinical Periodontology- Jan Lindhe

11. Periodontics- Baer & Morris


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