Course title : dental anatomy



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COURSE TITLE : DENTAL ANATOMY

COURSE NUMBER : DEH 214

CREDIT HOURS : 3 + 1 = 4

PRE- REQUISITE : CLS 221, CHS 221


DESCRIPTION : Introduction and study of tooth morphology and related terminology. Anatomy of the head and neck with emphasis on the structure and functional relationships in the oral cavity. Lectures will provide knowledge in temporomandibular joint function, muscles of mastication, permanent and deciduous dentition and supporting anatomical structures and concepts of occlusion.
OBJECTIVE:

After studying the course the student will be able to:



  1. Define the term nomenclature

  2. Identify external morphology of teeth

  3. Identify internal composition of teeth

  4. Study each tooth and recognize important landmarks

  5. Identify occlusion of teeth


Course outline:

1-surface anatomy of the oral cavity (identification of different parts of the oral cavity)

2-External morphology of teeth, Overview of dentitions

Terminology of different types of dentitions

3-dental formula

4-tooth anatomy

5-Mid term exam 1.

6-tooth identification systems

7-anatomical landmarks of the crown {crown elevations and

Depressions}

8-individual surface anatomy permanent dentition

9-overview of deciduous dentition

10-Mid term exam 2.

11-Internal composition of teeth

Anatomical parts of pulp cavity
12-occlusion of teeth

Dental arch formation and alignment of teeth

13-relation of each tooth with its antagonist

14-Revision.

15-Final exam.
Practical:
1 - O R I E N T A T I O

a-for all the laboratory exercises or works during whole

Semester, grading system, final practical works. Etc.

b-how to work properly in every exercises, like the important

Of using pen grasp, finger rest positioning

C-giving manuals to be followed during their exercises

D-introducing the first laboratory exercises

2-1ST LABORATORY EXERCISES (Upper central incisor)

BEFORE CARVINGS: - Differentiate upper central incisor to

Lower incisor in all aspects, labial, lingual, proximal and

Incisal

START CARVING: following all the measurement given:

3- 2ND LABORATORY EXERCISES

Continuation of carving

Submission
4- 3RD LABORATORY EXERCISES (Upper Canine)

BEFORE CARVINGS: - Differentiate upper canine to lower

Canine in all aspects

START CARVINGS: following all the measurement given
5- Continuation of carvings

Submission
6-4th LABORATORY EXERCISES (Upper 1st Pre-molar)

BEFORE CARVINGS: - Differentiate upper 1st pre-molar

To 2nd pre-molar, and lower pre-molars

START CARVINGS: - following all the measurements given


7- Continuation of carvings

Submission


8- 5th LABORATORY EXERCISES (Upper 1st Molar) BEFORE CARVINGS: - Differentiate upper 1st molar to

2nd upper molar and to the lower molars

START CARVINGS: - Following all the measurement given


9- Continuation of carvings

Submission


10- 6th LABORATORY EXERCISES (Lower 1st molar)

BEFORE CARVINGS: - More differentiation and comparison

Of all molars

START CARVINGS: - Following all the measurements given


11- Continuation of carvings

Submission

12- COMPLETION OF ALL UNFINISH CARVINGS
13- REVISION, FINAL PRACTICAL WORKS

PREPARATION
14- F I N A L P R A C T I C A L

E X A M I N A T I O N

Teaching Method:

Classroom lectures

Practical in A.M.S.C

Evaluation:

Mid term exams (30%) +practical (10%) =40% 2



Final exam =60%

Total =100%



References:

1- Dental anatomy: its relevance to dentistry, Woelfel J. /Fourth Edition/1990/Lea&Febiger.



2- McMinn color atlas of head and neck anatomy

Logan B.,Reynolds P. &Hutchings R. /Third Edition/2004/Mosby

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