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KING SAUD UNIVERSITY

College of Dentistry

Department of Preventive Dental Sciences

DIVISION OF ORTHODONTICS

 

PDS 432

Clinical Orthodontics

Academic Year 1428-1429H [2007-2008G]

 

Course Director       :           DR. HUDA AL-KAWARI

Contributors             :           Dr. Laila Baidas

                                       Dr. Hana Al-Balbeesi

 COURSE DESCRIPTION

           Course Name                              :         Clinical Orthodontics

          Course Number                            :         432 PDS

          Credit Hours                                :         One (1) Credit Hour

          Pre-requisite Course                      :         431 PDS (Introduction to Orthodontics)

           The course is given over a period of 15 weeks divided into seminar and clinical orthodontics.  In the seminar, three or four students will search extensively for selected orthodontic topic and will submit a report and give presentation on it followed by a group discussion on the topic with contribution of all students.  The clinical session will cover 6 clinical orthodontic cases.  The student will be divided into three groups and they will participate in  problem-based session to analyze the presented cases.

           The course has the following objectives:

      1.      To increase the knowledge of the students in theoretical background of the selected orthodontic topics.

2.      To familiarize the students with the appropriate procedure of orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning.

3.      To expose the students to the orthodontic management of malocclusions.

           At the end of the course the students should be able to recognize and classify the different types of malocclusions and define the cases suitable for treatment.

 EVALUATION

           The student will be evaluated by their performance during the course.  The total grade is 100% and distributed as follows: 

Continuous Assessment (60 marks)

Final

TOTAL

Evaluation

15

Report

5

Cases

10

Midterm

30

 

40

 

100

  

432 PDS

Clinical Orthodontics

First Semester, Academic Year 1428-1429H [2007-2008G]

SEMINAR & CLINICAL SCHEDULE

WEEK

DATE

SEMINAR

CLINICAL

1

12 September

Introduction

Introduction

2

19 September

 

Clinical Cases (1 & 2)

Group A (Dr. Kawari)

Group B (Dr. Balbeesi)

Group C (Dr. Baidas)

3

26 September

CPR

CPR

4

3 October

 

Clinical Cases (1 & 2)

Group A (Dr. Kawari)

Group B (Dr. Balbeesi)

Group C (Dr. Baidas)

4 – 19 October

RAMADAN HOLIDAY

5

24 October

The Timing of Early Treatment: An Overview (Student 1, 2 & 3)

 

Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Planning in the Primary Dentition (Student 4, 5, 6 & 7)

 

6

31 October

The Benefit of Early Orthodontic Treatment (Student 8, 9, & 10)

 

Management of Space Problems in the Primary and Mixed Dentition (Student 11, 12, 13 & 14)

 

7

7 November

 

Clinical Cases (3 & 4)

Group A (Dr. Baidas)

Group B ( Dr. Kawari)

Group C (Dr. Balbeesi)

8

14 November

 

Clinical Cases (3 & 4)

Group A (Dr. Baidas)

Group B ( Dr. Kawari)

Group C (Dr. Balbeesi)

9

21 November

MIDTERM EXAMINATION

10

28 November

Orthodontic Diagnosis in Young Children: Beyond Dental Malocclusion (Student 15, 16 & 17)

 

Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Planning (Student 18, 19, 20 & 21)

 

 

11

5 December

Managing the Developing Class III Malocclusion with Palatal Expansion and Face Mask Therapy (Student 22, 23 & 24)

 

Treatment of Class III Problems Begins with Differential Diagnosis of Anterior Crossbites (Student 25, 26, 27 & 28)

 

12

12 December

 

Clinical Cases (5 & 6)

Group A (Dr. Balbeesi)

Group B (Dr. Baidas)

Group C (Dr. Kawari)

13

2 January ‘08

 

Clinical Cases (5 & 6)

Group A (Dr. Balbeesi)

Group B (Dr. Baidas)

Group C (Dr. Kawari)

14

9 January

Clinical Management of Impacted Canine (Student 29, 30 & 31)

 

Special Consideration in Treatment of Adults (Student 32, 33, 34 & 35)

 

15

16 January

Orthodontic Treatment for the Cleft Palate Patient (Student 36, 37 & 38)

 

Assessment of Patients for Orthodontic Surgery (Student 39, 40, 41 & 42)

 

16

23 January

FINAL ASSESSMENT EXAMINATION

 

 REFERENCES:

 Reference Books:

 An Introduction to Orthodontics

     Mitchell L.

     Oxford University Press 1996

  1. Contemporary Orthodontics

     Proffit W.

     Mosby, Inc. 2000

 

Reference Articles (Provided to the Students):

1.                  The Timing of Early Treatment: An Overview. Proffit WR. American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, 129(4 Supplement 1): S47-S49, 2006.

2.                  Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Planning in the Primary Dentition. Ngan P, Fields H. ASDC Journal of Dentistry for Children, 62(1): 25-33, 1995.

3.                  The Benefits of Early Orthodontic Treatment. Rondeau B. General Dentistry. 51(2): 114-119, 2003.

4.                  Management of Space Problems in the Primary and Mixed Dentition. Ngan P, Alkire RG, Fields H. Journal of American Dental Association, 130(9): 1330-1339, 1999.

 5.                  Orthodontic Diagnosis in Young Children: Beyond Dental Malocclusion.    Jefferson Y. General Dentistry: 51(2): 104-111, 2003.

 6.                  Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Planning. Bishara SE. Textbook of Orthodontics. 1st edition Philadelphia: Saunders; 98-112, 2001.

 7.                  Managing the Developing Class III Malocclusion with Palatal Expansion and Facemask Therapy.  Turley P. American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, 122(4): 349-352, 2002.

     8.                  Treatment of Class III Problem begins with Differential Diagnosis of Anterior Crossbite. Ngan P, Fields H. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry no. 19. 6 pages 386-395, 1997.

     9.                  Clinical Management of Impacted Maxillary Canines. Bishara SE. Seminar in Orhtodontics. 4(2): 87-98, 1998. 

10.              Special Consideration in Treatment of Adults. Proffit WR. Contemporary Orhtodontics, 6(3): 183-194, 2000. 

11.              Orthodontic Treatment for the Cleft Palate Patient. Vlachos CC. Seminars in Orthodontics, 2(3): 197-204, 1996. 

12.              Assessment of Patients for Orthognathic Surgery. Bailey LJ, Proffit WR, White R Jr. Seminars in Orthodontics, 5(4): 209-222, 1999.

 

PDS 432

Clinical Orthodontics

 Academic Year 1427-1428H [2006-2007G]

EVALUATION SHEET FOR ORTHODONTIC SEMINAR

 Topic   :                            ___________________________________________________________

 Date   :                            ___________________________________________________________

 Name of Students     :         ___________________________________________________________

                                     ___________________________________________________________

                                ___________________________________________________________

 

Introduction/conclusion to the subject                  :         (2)      _____  _____  _____

Organization and fluency of information given        :         (4)      _____  _____  _____

Sufficient information                                        :         (4)      _____  _____  _____

Illustrative diagrams and photographs                  :         (2)      _____  _____  _____

Extra information taken from articles and books     :         (3)      _____  _____  _____

 TOTAL                                                                                    :           (15)    _____            _____            _____

 


Note:  The evaluation should be according to the performance of the student.  Two instructors should evaluate each student and the average mark is recorded.

 

                  

 
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