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KING SAUD UNIVERSITY

College of Dentistry

Department of Preventive Dental Sciences

DIVISION OF ORTHODONTICS

 431 PDS

 COURSE OUTLINE

 

Course Director       :         DR. LAILA BAIDAS                        [ MUC]

 Contributors           :         DR. HUDA AL-KAWARI

                                      DR. SAHAR BARAKATI

                                      DR.HANA BALBEESI

 Course Description:

             Knowledge of the basic of orthodontics is essential for the dental student. This course will provide the undergraduate student with the background of the normal occlusion, malocclusion, growth and development of dento-facial structures, etiology and diagnosis of malocclusion, and the treatment of discrepancies.

             The course is an introductory course and consists of lectures and practical parts. The course is conducted through the whole academic year in two semesters.

 First and Second Semester:

                         Will consist of two parts:

                                     One Hour        -           lecture

                                    Three Hour      -           Practical

 Evaluation:

             Student shall be evaluated by their performance during the course by continuous assessment and final examination. The total mark 100% and distributed as follows: 60% for the continuous assessment and 40% for the final examination. The detail of the distribution is described in the following table. 

Continuous Assessment

Final

Examination

 

TOTAL

First Semester - 30%

Second semester – 30%

QZ

PE1

WE1

QZ

PE2

WE2

5

10

15

5

10

15

40%

100%

 QZ – quizzes     PE – Practical Examination      WE – Written Examination

 

INSTRUCTION TO STUDENT 

  1. Student should expect the quiz at any lecture day without previous announcement.
  2. Attendance is a MUST; each is counted as 0.5 point out of the total mark. Any student who does not attend the lecture or the laboratory session MUST submit to the course director the reason(s) of her absence. 
  3. Examination dates will not be changed. Any student who does not attend the examination MUST submit a letter to the course director. 
  4. Examination will include any type of questions. Students are not allowed to ask about the type of the examination or the type of questions. 
  5. During the laboratory session, students should maintain their cubicle clean. In addition, the unit’s light MUST be turned-off before leaving. 
  6. All laboratory assignments MUST be submitted in the same session. Any delay will not be accepted. 
  7. Students MUST bring their instruments during every laboratory session expect for ortho study cast. NO EXCUSE IS ALLOWED. (Please review the course outline before the session and bring the instruments required)

 Textbooks:

             Every student must purchase the following textbook:

             1.     Introduction to Orthodontics

          By: Laura Mitchell, 1996

    2.     Contemporary Orthodontics (Chapter for the textbook)

          By: William Profitt

   3.     Introduction to Orthodontics (Chapter for the textbook)

          By : Thailander et al.

   4.     Textbook of Orthodontics (Chapter for the textbook)

     (Chapter for the textbook)

          By : Samir E. Bishara

 

Department of Preventive Dental Sciences

DIVISION OF ORTHODONTICS

431 PDS [F]

Introduction to Orthodontics

LECTURE & PRACTICAL OUTLINE

First Semester

Tuesday, 8:00 AM-12:00 NN 

Week

Date

Lecture

Practical

1

 

Introduction to the Course

→ Dr. Baidas

Introduction to the Laboratory

Study Models – I

- Impression of students, and pouring

2

 

Facial growth (Chap. 4, L.M.)

→ Dr. Baidas

 Study Models – I

- Impression of students, and pouring

3

 

Developing Dentition (Chap. 3, L.M)

→ Dr. Baidas

 Study Models – II

- Demonstration of model trimming & Finishing

4

 

Developing Dentition (Chap. 3, L.M.)

→ Dr. Baidas

Class I, II div 1  Malocclusion

- Description of using models

- Definition, types, managements, etc.

5

 

Etiology of Malocclusion

(Chap. 5, Proffit)

→ Dr. Balbeesi

Class  II div 2, III  Malocclusion

- Description of using models

- Definition, types, managements, etc.

6

 

Orthodontic Diagnosis I ( Chap. 6  Pg. 123-138 Proffit)

→ Dr. Kawari

Radiographs (OPJ, Occlusal, Posterior-anterior Radiographs)/ Wire Bending

 

 

RAMADAN / EID VACATION

7

 

Orthodontic Diagnosis II  ( Chap. 6 Pg. 160-185 Proffit)

→ Dr. Barakati

Hand and Wrist Radiograph

Description Of the method and application of analysis using hand & wrist x-ray

8

 

Cephalometrics (Chap. 6, L.M.)

→ Dr. Barakati

Cephalometric I

- Tracing using student’s own cephalogram

9

 

Cephalometrics (Chap. 6, L.M.)

→ Dr. Barakati                

Cephalometric II

- Landmarks identification

10

 

Class I (Chap. 8, L.M.)

→ Dr. Kawari     

Cephalometric III

- Measurements & interpretation

11

 

Class II div I (Chap. 9, L.M.)

→ Dr. Kawari     

Model Analysis

-          Permanent model analysis

-          Moyer’s model analysis

12

 

Class II div II (Chap. 10, L.M.)

→ Dr. Barakati    

Cases presentations by the students

13

 

Class III (Chap. 11, L.M.)

→ Dr. Kawari

Cases presentations by the students

14

 

Canines (Chap.14, L.M.)

→ Dr.Kawari

Cases presentations by the students

15

 

Malocclusal Problems (Chap.12,13 L.M.)→ Dr. Baidas

Cases presentations by the students

16

 

WRITTEN EXAMINATION 1

PRACTICAL EXAMINATION 1


Department of Preventive Dental Sciences

DIVISION OF ORTHODONTICS

 431 PDS [F]

Introduction to Orthodontics

LECTURE & PRACTICAL OUTLINE

Second Semester

Tuesday, 8:00 AM-12:00 NN 

Week

Date

Lecture

Practical

1

 

Treatment Planning (Chap. 7, L.M.)

→ Dr. Baidas

Introduction

Instrumentation description

2

 

Interceptive Orthodontics (Chap. VI , Thailander)

→ Dr. Baidas

Holding arch

- Demonstration Nance arch, Transpalatal  arch

3

 

Interceptive Orthodontics (Chap. VI , Thailander)

→ Dr. Baidas

Holding arch

Demonstration on Lingual arch

4

 

Removable appliances  (Chap. 16, L.M.)

→ Dr. Baidas

Labial Bow

- Demonstration on Dental Model

5

 

Functional Appliances  (Chap. 18, L.M.)

→ Dr. Barakati

Functional Orthodontic Appliances and Removable Orthodontic Appliances

- Description of the appliances using Samples

-definition, Types, Component, etc.

6

 

Fixed Appliances (Chap.17,L.M.)→Dr. Balbeesi

Z Spring  & Finger Spring

- Demonstration on Dental Model

7

 

Orthodontic Treatment Timing

(Chap.7, Proffit) → Dr. Barakati

Retentive components: Adams Clasp

- Demonstration on Dental Model

8

 

Orthodontic Forces and Tissue Reaction  (Chap. 9, Proffit)→ Dr. Kawari

Retentive components: Adams Clasp

- Demonstration on Dental Model

9

 

WRITTEN EXAMINATION 1

Construction Of Hawley Retainer-Adams Clasp on tooth  # 16 of the student model

10

 

Adverse Effect of Orthodontics (Chap. IX, Thilander)→ Dr. Kawari  

Construction Of Hawley Retainer

-Adams Clasp on tooth  # 26 of the student model

11

 

Adult Orthodontics (Chap.19,L.M.)

→ Dr. Kawari     

Construction Of Hawley Retainer

- Labial bow on  the student model

12

 

Orthognathic Surgery (Chap. 20, L.M.)

→ Dr. Barakati    

Construction Of Hawley Retainer

- Acrylization

13

 

Cleft Lip and Palate (Chap. 21, L.M.)

→ Dr. Barakati    

Construction Of Hawley Retainer

-Finishing ,Polishing and Delivery

14

 

Stability and retention (chap. 18 Proffit)

→ Dr. Baidas

Review

15

 

Review

PRACTICAL EXAMINATION 2

 

 
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