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                   RDS 211

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATIVE DENTISTRY

Course Director : Dr. Mohammed Quaid Al-Qahtani [ DUC ]

Preclinical Operative Dentistry

 

COURSE GOALS AND OBJECTIVE

1. The primary objectives of this course is to present the basic principles, techniques

and rational of operative procedures and apply them.

2. Present a step-by-step procedure for each cavity preparation and cavity restoration.

3. Train the students in different operations (cavity preparation and restoration) by

doing specific standardized exercises on Typodont Models mounted on mannequins.

4. Train the students in these operations in a situation similar to the clinical set-up.

5. Train students to recognize their own mistakes, and how to correct them.

6. By the end of this course, the student must be prepared to take the next

clinical courses.

ORGANIZATION OF THE COURSE

There are two basic components to this course: class lectures and lab

I. CLASS LECTURES

Most of the knowledge that you will be required to learn will be presented

through a variety of formal lectures.

These will be structured to help you understand the reasons behind the

procedures that you will be using as well as teach you the basic knowledge

you will need to perform the procedures.

- Once a week, the lecture period will begin with a quiz on the previous week's lecture

The Final Quiz grade will be determined by averaging the weekly quizzes, grades,

including zero for those quizzes not turned in.

There will also be a mid-term and final examinations.

These exams are also geared to the course objectives and are designed to determine

how well you have learned the material and how you are progressing toward

achievement of the objectives.

All of these testing procedures form the base for your grade in operative dentistry

and are weighted accordingly to their importance.

TEXTBOOK REFERENCES:

- Sturdevant’s Art and Science of Operative Dentistry, 4th edition 2002

- Baum, Phillips and Lund.. Textbook of Operative Dentistry, 3rd edition

1995.

- Pickard manual

 Pickard’s Manual of Operative Dentistry 7th edition 2000.

- Schwartz et al. Fundamentals of Operative Dentistry- a contemporary

approach, 2nd edition 2001.

- Hand-outs (if needed)

II. LAB EXERCISES

The laboratory phase of the course is a very important component of your

training in Operative Dentistry.

Practice exercises will help you develop skills in Operative Dentistry procedures.

All of the tasks that will be practice in the laboratory must be performed

according to specific criteria taught during lectures.

Each exercise is turned in first for evaluation and finally for grading to the

appropriate group instructor.

As you practice each of the tasks assigned in the laboratory, you will

increase your skills and more well on your way to developing competency.

- REMEDIATION

Unacceptable projects must be remediated to an acceptable level by the

way of repetition or further exercises assigned by the Course Director.

- INDEPENDENT TIMED-EXERCISES

After considerable practice, each student will be tested on the

performance of a sequence of procedure. They will be 6 practical

exams.

GRADING:

Lecture and Lab

95 - 100 = A+

90 - 94 = A

85 – 89 = B+

80 - 84 = B

75 - 79 = C+

70 - 74 = C

65 - 69 = D+

60 - 64 = D

Below 60 = F

The student has to achieve a passing grade in both the Didactic and Laboratory

Sections of the course to be eligible for promotion.

Examination:

1. Assessment both in theory and practical

The grading in the assessment of theory and practical is divided into

the following system.

I. Theory

Quizzes : 10%

Mid-Year exam : 15%

II. Laboratory

Daily projects : 10%

Practical exams : 20%

Subjective Evaluation : 5%

_____

Total ---------------------------- 60%

2. Final examination

Final examination is computed as follows:

Final written : 25%

Final practical : 15%

______

40%

Evaluation Methods:

- All preparations and restorations listed on the progress sheet will be

approved and graded by the designed instructor.

- All timed practical exercises will be completed during assigned laboratory

periods.

- Written examinations will be based on the LECTURE MATERIAL; HANDOUTS,

READING ASSIGNMENT, PRINT-OUT and information given

during lab sessions.

GRADING CRITERIA STATEMENT

The following criteria will be used in evaluating student lab work:

1) ATTENDANCE: All students are expected to be in the lab during those

times designated for unit laboratory.

a. Attendance will be taken during the sessions.

b. Completion of all projects is a requirement for oral and lab exams.

2) PREPARATION CRITERIA: Each exercise is turned in at a fixed time, corrected

by enumerating the mistakes. The student is then asked to correct the mistakes or to

do it over.

3) The following will be considered as a basis for a FAILURE:

a. Adjacent teeth damaged during preparation.

b. Examination tooth or any adjacent teeth removed during the preparation.

c. Over-preparation and under-preparation of teeth which would result in :

i. Inability of the preparation to be restored effectively with the

material for which the preparation was intended.

ii. Any damage to the tooth which, in actual clinical practice, would

result in the necessity to perform root canal treatment or surgical

removal of the tooth.

d. Preparation partly or entirely done by any individual other than the

student who is submitting the work.

LABORATORY EVALUATION:

Criteria based on Point System

*Unacceptable = redo

Below average = less than desirable

Acceptable = improvement recommended

Above average = needs minor correction

Excellent = maintain this level of performance

* Exercise to be repeated for re-evaluation.

- Project may be done, if missed during one's own time with genuine

excuse.

- Examination may be re-taken with genuine excuse and permission from

Administration (Dean or Vice-Dean).

- These "grades" will be recorded on your individual progress sheets.

- There will be no redo for missed quizzes with excuse and the average

grade will be divided by the number of quizzes minus one.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

Class representative, chosen form the class, will be responsible for photocopying

hand-outs and print-outs. There may at times be needed for class purchase which will be

communicated to the class representative in advance.

Students will be required to possess the following during all laboratory session.

a. Disposable gloves (natural teeth)

b. Disposable masks

c. Protection glasses

The following items must be purchased by each student:

1. Pencil

2. Extra-fine permanent markers (red, black, green)

*** Students will be required to provide natural teeth for the tooth colored exercises:

- 4 molars (upper or lower)

- 2 Pre-molar (upper or lower)

- 4 anterior (upper or lower)

You will be given precise instructions on mounting these teeth by your group

supervisors.

GOOD LUCK AND REMEMBER WE WILL HELP YOU IN EVERYWAY POSSIBLE

THE REST IS UP TO YOU.

KING SAUD UNIVERSITY

College of Dentistry

LECTURE OUTLINE

First Semester

1 Introduction to the Course, Attendance Checking, Information

2 Isolation and control of the operating field - I

3 Isolation and control of the operating field - II

4 Class I Amalgam Cavity Preparation

5 Class V Amalgam Cavity Preparation

6 Restoration of Class I and Class V with Amalgam / Finishing and

Polishing of Amalgam Restorations

7 Class II Amalgam Cavity Preparation

8 Pulp Protection by the Use of Insulating Bases and Liners

9 Dental Matrices: Definition, Uses, Requirements, Types and their

Application

10 Restoration of Class II, Finishing and Polishing Amalgam

11

Introduction to the Complex Amalgam Restoration + Pin-retained

Complex Amalgam Cavity Preparation

12

PinLess-retained Complex Amalgam Preparation + Restorative

Technique of Complex Amalgam Restoration

13

Composite Resin Material Part I: History, Composition, Type,

Advantages, Disadvantages, Indications, Contraindications

14

Principles of Tooth Preparation for Composite Restoration

Class III Composite Resin Cavity Preparation

15 MID-YEAR EXAMINATION

--------- --------------------- MID YEAR BREAK & HAJJ EID HOLIDAY

KING SAUD UNIVERSITY

College of Dentistry

Department of Restorative Dental Sciences

DIVISION OF OPERATIVE DENTISTRY

211 RDS

LECTURE OUTLINE

Academic Year ___________

Second Semester

Course Director: Dr. Mohammed Quaid Al-Qahtani [DUC]

WEEK DATE LECTURE TOPIC LECTURER

1 Class IV, V Composite Resin Cavity Preparations

2

Composite Resin Material II: Etching, Bonding, and Restorative

Procedure

3

Pit and Fissure Sealant, Preventive Resin Restorations and

Minimal Preparations for Posterior Composite

4 Direct Posterior Esthetic Restorations

5 Glass Ionomer Cement (Material)

6 Glass Ionomer Cement (Clinical Manipulation)

7 Resin Modified Glass Ionomer and Compomers

8 Indirect Posterior Esthetic Restorations

9 Principles of Tooth Preparation for Cast Gold Restorations

10 Tooth Preparation for Cast Gold Inlay Restoration

11 Tooth Preparation for Cast Gold Onlay Restorations

12 Provisional Restoration

13 Failure of Restoration

14 Biological Influence of Restorative Procedures and Materials

15 Lectures Review

 

PRACTICAL COURSE OUTLINE

First Semester

1 Introduction to the Course, Distribution of Instruments,

2 Demonstration on Seating Position, Occlusal Adjustment of 1 Typodont Models, Demonstration on Rotary and Hand Cutting  Instruments

3 Introduction to Instrumentation of Ivorine Teeth

4 Demonstration and Application of RD on Mandibular Teeth

5 Demonstration and Application of RD on Maxillary Teeth

6 Demonstration and Doing Occlusal (Class I) Amalgam

Cavity Preparation on # 46

7 Occlusal (Class I) and Buccal pit Amalgam Cavity

Preparations on # 37

8 Demonstration on indirect working on maxillary teeth

and Occlusal surface (Class I ) Cavity Preparation on #24

9 Occlusal Amalgam (Class I) Cavity Preparation on # 26

10 Demonstration and Doing Cervical (Class V) Amalgam

Cavity Preparation on # 35

11 Demonstration and Doing Occlusal (Class I) Amalgam

Restorations on teeth # 46

12 Occlusal (Class I) Amalgam Restorations on teeth # 24, # 26

13 Occlusal and Cervical Amalgam (Class I and V) Restoration #35, #37

14 Demonstration on Finishing and Polishing of Amalgam Restoration and F/ P of these restorations on teeth # 24, 26, 35, 37, and 46

15 FIRST PRACTICAL EXAM

16 Demonstration and Doing (MO Class II) Amalgam Cavity Preparation on # 36

17 Demonstration and Application of Bases and Liners on Natural Teeth

18 (MOD Class II) Amalgam Cavity Preparation on # 45

RAMADAN VACATION

19 MODL Class II Amalgam preparation #16.

20 Matrix Formation and Placement, Amalgam Restoration #36 (MO)

21 Amalgam Restroation of tooth # 45 (MOD)

22 Double Matrix Technique (Demonstration), Amalgam Restoration #16 (MODL).

23 Finishing and Polishing of # 16, # 45 & # 36

24 SECOND PRACTICAL EXAMINATION

25 MODL Amalgam Cavity Preparation of Tooth #17 with DL Cusp Reduction and MB Cusp 13 Removal-using slot

26 MOD Amalgam cavity preparation on tooth # 46 with MB Cusp Removal and DL Cusp Reduction- using pin

27 Copper Band Placement (Demonstration) then Amalgam Restoration # 46 MOD with MB Cusp Removal and DL Cusp Reduction- using pin

28 MOD Amalgam Cavity Preparation of Natural Tooth, Removal of Two Cusps and Cusp Reduction with Slot and Pin + Finishing and Polishing of Amalgam Restoration # 46.

29 THIRD PRACTICAL EXAM

MID YEAR BREAK & HAJJ EID HOLIDAY

Second Semester

1 Demonstration and Doing of Mesial (Class III Lingual

approach) Cavity Preparation for composite on # 11 and 1 natural tooth.

2 Mesial ( Class III facial approach) Cavity Preparation for composite on # 31 and natural tooth.

3 Demonstration and Application of Composite restoration + Composite Restoration of Class III Cavities.

4 Distal Class IV (Caries) and Mesial Class IV (Traumatic) Cavity Preparations for composite on # 21 and natural tooth.

5 Composite Restoration of Class IV cavities

6 Facial Class V Cavity Preparation for composite on #13 and natural tooth.

7 Composite Restoration of Class V cavities

8 Demonstration and Doing Fissure sealant and PRR Restoration on #27 and natural tooth

9 Class I Posterior composite #14 and natural

10 FORTH PRACTICAL EXAM

11 Demonstration on slot and Class II preparations for posterior composite and Doing (M and D) Proximal Slot Preparation and Restoration with Composite resin filling on # 46

12 (MO Class II) Posterior composite cavity preparation & restoration of #45.

13 (MOD Class II) Posterior composite cavity preparation and restoration on natural tooth.

14 Demonstration on GIC application in Class V , then Class cavity preparation on tooth #15 and restoration with conventional GIC.

15 Demonstration on Compomer Application , then Class V cavity preparation on tooth #33 and restoration with 8 Dyract (Compomer).

16 Demonstration on Sandwich Technique, then Class V Cavity preparation on tooth # 23 and restoration with Resin modified GIC and composite restoration.

17 (MOD Class II) cavity preparation on natural tooth and restored with GIC and Composite Sandwich Technique.

18 FIFTH PRACTICAL EXAM

19 Demonstration and Doing MOD Inlay Preparation for

Esthetic Posterior Restoration on # 35

20 Demonstration and Doing MODL Onlay Preparation

for Esthetic Posterior Restoration on # 14

21 Demonstration and Doing impression of upper left

side then (MO) Inlay Preparation for Cast Gold Alloy #11

22 Demonstration and Doing MOD Onlay Preparation for Cast Gold alloy # 46

23 MOD Onlay Preparation for Cast Gold Alloy on tooth # 25

24 Demonstration and Doing Provisional Restoration on tooth # 25

25 SIXTH PRACTICAL EXAM

26 Removing old filling from ext. tooth, cariogenic evaluation.

27 (MOD Class II) Amalgam Cavity Preparation on 14 #36 and Restoration.

28 (MO-DOL) Class II Amalgam Cavity Preparation on #16 and Restoration.

29 FINAL PRACTICAL EXAMINATION

 

 
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