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Jordan University of Science and Technology
Dent 336 Course Syllabus
Jordan University of Science and Technology
Faculty of Dentistry
Department of Conservative Dentistry
Second Semester
Course Syllabus
Course Information
Course Title
Course Code
Credit Hours
Course Website
Instructor
Office Location
Office Phone
Office Hours
E-mail
Teaching Assistant(s)
Conservative Dentistry 2
Dent 336
4 hours: 1 theory, 3 practical
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Dr. Amre Atmeh
‫ عمرو عتمه‬.‫د‬
D1 L0
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Thursday 11:15- 14:00
[email protected]
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Course Description
This course aims to provide undergraduate dental students with basic knowledge in
endodontics. It includes a series of lectures covering different aspects of endodontics
as well as laboratory sessions where root canal treatment will be completed on a
number of extracted teeth. The overall goal of this course is to train students to be
able to perform mechanical aspects of root canal treatment. More importantly,
students should learn endodontic diagnosis & treatment planning.
Text Book
Title
Author(s)
Publisher
Year
Edition
References
Endodontics Principles and Practice
Torabinejad M, Walton RE
W.B. Saunders Co
2009
4th Edition
Harty FJ. (2004). Endodontics in Clinical Practice. 5th
edition. Wright Co.
Assessment Policy
Assessment Type
Midterm Exam
(continuous clinical
assessment)
Final Exam
Assignments
Attendance
Participation
Online exams, OSPE, and laboratory work sheets..
40 marks are divided as:
Theory: 10 online exam
Practical: 30 Practical detailed as follows:
- Online practically oriented questions: 15
-Practical Lab Work : 15
Theory: 15 marks: Online MCQs
Practical: 45 marks divided as follows:
5 marks: practically oriented online exam
40 marks: OSPE laboratory work
These are given through the lectures or lab to be submitted online
using the e-learning system
Students are expected to attend all clinics. Formal excuse is
required in case of absence up to 20% of course.
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Summary of the assessment policy
Assessment Type
Theory
Online Spot exam
Practical Practical exam
Lab work
Total
Mid
10%
15%
15%
40%
Final
15%
5%
40%
60%
Course Objectives
1. Recognize basic endodontic instruments and materials and
use them correctly.
2. Understand the anatomy of pulp chamber and root canal
systems of all teeth categories
3. Demonstrate technical proficiency and the didactic
knowledge involved in the non-surgical endodontic
treatment of uncomplicated teeth of all categories.
Weights
10 %
10%
40%
10%
4. Understand the development and histology of normal pulp
tissue, in addition to the structure and function of the
periradicular tissues.
5. Understand the aetiology of pulpal diseases and the
relation between histological features and clinical signs
and symptoms.
10%
10%
6. Knowledge of proper history taking, diagnosis, and
treatment planning and understand their importance.
7. Recognize procedural accidents and describe their causes,
prevention and treatment.
Teaching & Learning Methods
 Classroom lectures.
 Tests and exams
 Review of exams
 Textbook reading assignments
10%
Learning Outcomes:
Related
Related Objective(s)
Objective(s)
Recognize basic endodontic instruments
1
materials and use them correctly.
2
3
3
3
3
3
4
5
6
7
Reference
and
Identify patent pulp chambers and canals by
knowledge of pulp anatomy and use of radiography.
Appropriately prepare access cavities for all tooth
categories.
Correctly determine working length.
Prepare uncomplicated root canals for all tooth
categories using hand instrumentation and the step
back technique.
Temporize and medicate root canals
Adequately fill root canals of prepared anterior
teeth, premolars, and first molars using cold lateral
compaction
Describe the development and histology of the
normal pulp
Describe the aetiology and pathological changes
affecting the diseased pulp and their relation with
the signs and symptoms.
Able to reach a preliminary diagnosis of the affected
pulp and periapical tissues.
Know how to identify, prevent and manage
procedural errors that occur during root canal
treatment.
Course Content
Lectures timetable:
Week
16/02/2014
23/02/2014
02/03/2014
09/03/2014
16/03/2014
23/03/2014
30/03/2014
06/04/2014
Chapter 12
Lab manual
(Section 10)
Chapter 13 &
Appendix A
Chapter 14
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 15
Chapter 17
Chapter 1
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 18
Lecture time 02:15-03:15 pm Lecture room: NG76
Topics
Introduction to the course
Introduction to Endodontics.
Endodontic instruments
Internal anatomy of root canal
system
Access cavity preparation RCT
Working Length determination,
Endodontic radiography
Cleaning and shaping of root canal
system
Obturation of root canal system
Intracanal medicaments,
Temporizations
Lecturer
A Atmeh
Chapter
Handouts
A Atmeh
12
A
AlQudah
A
AlQudah
A
AlQudah
13 &
Appendix A
14 &
Appendix A
A Atmeh
15
A Atmeh
17
A Atmeh
15
11 & 14
13/04/2014
27/04/2014
Intra-semester Examination
Biology of dental pulp and
periradicular tissues
Pulp and periradicular pathosis
04/05/2014
Diagnosis and treatment planning
11/05/2014
Procedural accidents
18/05/2014
Revision and discussion
20/04/2014
A Atmeh
1
A Atmeh
A
AlQudah
A
AlQudah
A Atmeh
4
5
18
Laboratory timetable
Lab
Week
Subject
1
16/02/2014
2
23/02/2014
3
02/03/2014
4
09/03/2014
5
16/03/2014
6
23/03/2014
7
30/03/2014
8
06/04/2014
9
13/04/2014
10
20/04/2014
11
27/04/2014
Holiday Thu
01/05*
Obturation of root canal system for posterior teeth
12
04/05/2014
Finish obturation of root canal systems for posterior
teeth
13
11/05/2014
Catch up lab
14
18/05/2014
Training for exam and submission of lab sheets
Lab rules, lab sheets. Demonstrate radiographic taking
and processing.
Identify endodontic instruments & extracted teeth for
RCT
Preoperative radiographs to select teeth for RCT
Access preparation for anterior teeth U1,L1,Canine
Mounting teeth in acrylic moulds
Access preparation for mounted anterior teeth: U1, L1,
canine
Working length Determination and straight line access:
U1, Canine, L1
Apical enlargement and MAF determination
Cleaning and shaping of root canal system for anterior
teeth
Calcium hydroxide placement and temporary
restoration
Obturation of root canal system of anterior teeth: U1,
canine, L1
Preoperative radiographs to select teeth for RCT
Access preparation for posterior teeth: unmounted U6,
U4, L6, L4
Access preparation for posterior teeth: mounted U6,
U4, & L6
Cleaning and shaping of root canals for mounted
posterior teeth (WL and MAF)
Training for exam and submission of lab sheets (section
5)
27/05/2014- Final practical exam:
01/06/2014 1- Access cavity for U anterior,U premolar, L molar
2- Working length, SLA, and MAF for the pemolar
26/05/2014
15
Additional Notes
1. As previously advised, students must collect as many teeth as possible to be
used in the practical part of this course. Extracted teeth must not be kept dry;
but in diluted Sodium hypochlorite solution. This home bleaching agent is
available in most supermarkets in a concentration of 6.5% and can be diluted
by adding 3 volumes of water to 1 volume of bleach to obtain the
concentration of 0.75%.
2. Students should keep an anterior, upper premolar and a molar tooth for the
final practical exam.
3. You should familiarize yourself with more clinically simulated conditions
4. Perform endodontic treatment in correct posture
5. Effectively work with reflected images in the mouth mirror
6. University rules regarding attendance, both in lecture, lab and make up
exams will be respected and strictly followed.
7. Practical sessions will take place in the Operative Dental Surgery (ODS) Lab.
(D3 – L1) according to the following table:
Section
Day
Time
1
Sunday
8:15 – 2: 15
2
Monday
8:15 – 2: 15
3
Tuesday
8:15 – 2: 15
4
Wednesday 8:15 – 2: 15
5
Thursday
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Professionalism
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Labwork
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Makeup Exams
Drop Date
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8:15 – 2: 15
Gross violations of the formal codes are
governed by University laws, which delineate
the procedures to determine whether a
violation of the code of ethics occurred and, if
so, what remedies should be imposed.
We encourage students to abide with the more
sensitive approach to this by allowing the
practice of a high Morality (or proper behavior),
which defines right and wrong by the society,
philosophy, religion, and individual conscience.
Students and their instructors often make
ethical choices reflexively/ But ethically
sensitive situations, where time, emotions and
marks are pressured, it becomes all too easy to
be blind-sided by temptation/ The best
antidote to ethical lapses is to commit in
advance to a set of ethical principles - your
personal ethical code that follows or grows to
it.
Any difficulty or concern during the course
should be passed directly to the course
coordinator.
The Lab work should be finished during the lab
sessions.
Undelivered work will not be marked
All the instruments you need should be brought
as soon as possible/ A list of that will be
provided.
You should leave your worktop as clean as
possible – Marks are counted towards
continuous assessment.
Each student should set at the designated area/
The names will be mounted on each bench.
Cooperation and professionalism in the lab time
are very helpful and encouraged to facilitate
your progress in the course.
It is applicable when an acceptable and valid
excuse is presented at the applicable time
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Cheating
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Absenteeism
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Students with Special
needs
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Participation
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Individual conferencing
and consultations
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It is unethical and illegal by any means
JUST regulations will be applicable
The work should be your own, otherwise it will
scored zero.
It is mandatory for all lectures and laboratory
sessions
Every students will be allocated to seat
according to group assignments in the lab
Attendance is encouraged at all times on time
To receive course credit, a student should
attend a minimum of 90% of the contact hours
of the class.
Students who are absent for the lecture must
contact the course coordinator prior to the
class.
If absent from lectures, then the course
coordinator will refer to related guidelines set
by the university.
Any student who is absent on a test day, will
have to demonstrate an acceptable medical or
social statement explaining the illness or
personal crisis as instructed by their faculty.
Individual instructors may accommodate by
arrangements for a make-up test only when a
written request is sent to and approved by the
Dean.
Any student who feels that s/he may need
accommodation for any type of disability is
encouraged to contact the course coordinator
who will be happy to help in any way.
Accommodations to the course plan can be
tailored to the needs of specific individuals after
consultations with the dean.
All students are highly encouraged to
participate in the classes and laboratory
session.
The course coordinator is always available to
talk with the student when problems arise.
If you have any problems that require the
attention of an instructor, do not wait until the
problem is insurmountable.
If a student must talk with the course
coordinator after office hours, an appointment
can be made for that time.
Do not allow tension to build-up to unsolvable
proportions.
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Course changes
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Information contained in this course outline is
correct at the time of publication.
Content of the courses is revised on an ongoing
basis to ensure relevance to changing
educational, employment needs.
The course coordinator reserves the right to
add or delete material from courses and will
endeavor to provide notice of changes to
students as soon as possible.
The timetable may also be revised
accommodating to holidays and unexpected off
days.
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