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Course Syllabus

RDS 526

Multidisciplinary seminar

(Endodontics, Periodontics, Prosthodontics, and Orthodontics interrelationships) 

 

SECOND SEMESTER 2007-2008

 

  COURSE DIRECTOR:

  Dr. Solaiman Al-Hadlaq (Division of Endodonics)

 

COURSE CONTRIBUTORS:

Dr. Youssef  Al-Jabbari (Department of  Prosthodontics)

Dr. Abdallah Edris (Division of Orthodontics)

Dr. Hamad Alzoman  (Division of  Periodontics ) 

  

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

 

This course is designed to integrate the specialtites of Endodontics, Periodontics, Prosthodontics, and Orthodontics.  It is the purpose of this seminar to uncover those treatment areas that require a knowledgeable working relationship between the endodontists, periodontists, prosthodontists, and orthodontists; to present a forum for the development of a better understanding of how the complimentary relationship of those specialty areas lead, ultimately, to better overall patient treatment.

This course  is offered as a literature review seminar and clinical case presentations and discussion.  The seminar component will include review of the literature related to areas of interaction between  all the four specialties. It will cover topics related to the most frequently encountered issues during the management of complex cases.  The clinical case presentations and discussion will include practical clinical examples of how to manage cases requiring teamwork of more than one oral health care specialty. 

Upon completion of this course the graduate students should be able to  recognize all diagnostic features of complex cases and formulate a treatment plan using critical thinking and evidence based dentistry. In addition, they should be able to develop a multi-specialty treatment plan and assemble a professional team to accomplish the goal of the treatment.

 

The following are the topic to be covered in this course:

 

1.     Endodontic-Periodontics  interrelationships

2.     Guidelines for restorability

3.     Management of Perforations

4.     Management of cortical bone defects

5.     Guided tissue regeneration

6.     Implants as an option

7.     Simple guidelines for implant placement

8.     Hemisection and root amputation.

9.     Post space preparation

10. Post dimensions guidelines

11. Effects of prosthodontic procedures on the pulp

12. Decision making in compromised teeth with extensive prosthodontic dependence.

13. When to retreat a root canal.

14. Effect of orthodontic treatment on the pulp and root

15. Decision making in when to keep and when to extract badly carious first molars or premolars.

 

READING ASSIGNMENTS:

 

           Reading list will be generated by the graduate students with help of the course director and course contributors

 

EVALUATION AND GRADING:

      The grade will be based on: 1) attendance 2) participation 3)     preparedness and quality of presentation.

 

SEMINAR SCHEDULE – SECOND SEMESTER 2007-2008

            RDS 526- Multidisciplinary seminar

             Seminar time – Monday 1:00 – 2:00 PM

Week No

Date

Lecture Topic

Presenter

1

Feb 18

 

Introduction , distribution of the presentations

 

2

Feb 25

 

Guidelines for restorability

 

3

March 3

 

Case presentation # 1

 

4

March 10

 

Post space preparation/ Post dimensions guidelines

 

5

March 17

 

Case presentation # 2

 

6

March 24

 

Endodontic-Periodontics  interrelationships

 

 

7

March 31

 

Case presentation # 3

 

8

April 07

 

Effects of prosthodontic procedures on the pulp

 

 

9

April 14

 

Break

 

10

April 21

 

Effect of orthodontic treatment on the pulp and root

 

11

April 28

 

Case presentation # 4

 

12

May 05

 

Guided tissue regeneration

 

13

May 12

 

Case presentation # 5

 

14

May 19

 

Hemisection and root amputation.

 

15

May 26

 

Case presentation # 6

 

16

June 02

 

Implants as an option

 

 

 

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