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DHE 104LB - Dental and Oral Morphology Lab

1 Credits, 3 Contact Hours
0 lecture periods 3 lab periods

This is the lab portion of DHE 104 . Form and function of primary and permanent dentition. Includes oral cavity proper; form, function and physiology; and tooth identification. Also includes terminology, deciduous dentition morphology, occlusion, tooth anomalies, and root morphology.

Corequisite(s): DHE 101 , DHE 101LC , DHE 104 , DHE 107 , DHE 112 , DHE 116 , DHE 116LC  
Information: Students must be admitted to the PCC Dental Hygiene program and obtain consent of the Dental Hygiene department before enrolling in this course.


Course Learning Outcomes
  1. Describe and define the oral cavity proper, primary and adult dentitions, tooth surfaces, landmarks and anatomical features each tooth.
  2. Describe the process of tooth development, exfoliation, resorption and occlusion of primary and adult dentitions.
  3. Explain the relationships within the gingival unit, supporting structures of the teeth (periodontium) and tooth anomalies related to morphology.

Performance Objectives:
  1. Identify, name and code the teeth of the permanent dentition.
  2. Identify extracted or insitu tooth as to dentition, arch, and number.
  3. Describe and define the oral cavity proper.
  4. Identify the surfaces and landmarks of each tooth and explain the functions and location in the dental arches.
  5. Explain the difference between primary dentition, secondary dentition, and mixed dentition.
  6. Assess and code teeth using the Universal system of tooth identification.
  7. List the anatomical features of a tooth.
  8. Explain how the form of teeth relates to function.
  9. Name and code the teeth of the deciduous (primary) dentition.
  10. Describe the process of tooth development, exfoliation, and resorption.
  11. List the approximate ages of eruption for each primary and permanent tooth.
  12. List when crown and root are calcified for each tooth.
  13. Compare primary and permanent teeth.
  14. Define embrasures and identify their locations.
  15. Describe and define the term proximal contact and height of contour.
  16. Identify the centric relationship of the dental arches.
  17. Discuss the occlusion of deciduous and permanent teeth.
  18. Differentiate the various classifications of malocclusion.
  19. Explain the meaning of overjet, overbite, crossbite, and openbite.
  20. Identify anatomical landmarks related to the temporomandibular joint (TMJ).
  21. Describe the form and function of the temporomandibular joint.
  22. Discuss pulpal anatomy of primary and permanent teeth.
  23. Define intrinsic and extrinsic factors relative to dental anomalies.
  24. Describe the various classifications of tooth anomalies related to morphology.
  25. Define variations in root anomalies including concrescence, dilacerations, and hypercementosis.
  26. Distinguish abnormal crown and root formations.
  27. Explain the relationships within the gingival unit and supporting structures of the teeth (periodontium).
  28. State how clinical situations are related to tooth form and supportive dental structures.
  29. Compare and contrast the roots of maxillary and mandibular incisors in the permanent dentition.
  30. Describe the shapes of the roots of maxillary and mandibular permanent cuspids.
  31. Describe variances in occlusal anatomy among premolars.
  32. Describe the shapes of the roots of maxillary and mandibular permanent premolars.
  33. Describe each of the three permanent maxillary molars from all five aspects including the roots.
  34. Describe the three permanent mandibular molars from the five anatomical aspects including the roots.
  35. Explain the root location differences between maxillary and mandibular molars and why this is important.
  36. Identify anatomical root variations, cej curvature, furcations, developmental concavities for effective instrumentation adaptation.
  37. Relate root morphology to instrumentation applications.
  38. Demonstrate hand eye coordination by making an accurate drawing of assigned teeth.
  39. Practice carving to scale teeth out of wax using a lab knife and carving instruments.
  40. Use a Boley Gauge to measure a tooth carved out of wax.
  41. Apply didactic knowledge to computer related interactive case study.

Outline:
  1. Oral Cavity Proper
    1. Nomenclature/landmarks/anatomical features
    2. Permanent/secondary dentition
  2. Form, Function, and Physiology
    1. Maxillary/mandibular incisors
    2. Maxillary/mandibular canines
    3. Maxillary/mandibular premolars
    4. Maxillary/mandibular molars
  3. Dentition-Tooth Identification
    1. Permanent dentition – universal system
    2. Primary dentition – universal system
    3. Mixed dentition – universal system
  4. Landmarks – Terminology
    1. Surfaces of teeth
    2. Developmental fissures, cusps, grooves, pits
    3. Embrasures
    4. Height of contours
    5. Interproximal space
  5. Deciduous Dentition Morphology
    1. Eruption/exfoliation/resorption
    2. Eruption dates
    3. Development process
  6. Occlusion
    1. Angle’s classification system
    2. Malocclusion
    3. Centric relationship
    4. Temporomandibular joint (TMJ)
  7. Tooth Anomalies
    1. Extrinsic factors
    2. Intrinsic factors
  8. Root Morphology
    1. Distinguishing features
    2. Relationship to clinical instrumentation
    3. Root anomalies
      1. Concrescence
      2. Dilacerations
      3. Hypercementosis
    4. Root furcations


Effective Term:
Fall 2016



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