DAST-112 Dental and Oral AnatomyCredits 2.5 / 2 Contact Hours
Pre-requisite: Division signature is required for registration; Program Eligibility Requirements; Placement into ENGL-100 (ACSR-100), completion of ELAP-120 with a 2.0, or completion of RDNG-030, ACLT-075 or ACLT-076. Co-requisite: Student must also enroll one section of each: DAST-110 , DAST-111 , DAST-112L , DAST-113 , DAST-115 , DAST-116 , DAST-117 ;
A study of basic structure form and functions of the teeth and their related parts. It is the study of the intrinsic and environmental structures of the oral cavity and its blood and nerve supply. The lab portion will provide knowledge of eruption dates individual descriptions and external features of the teeth. Experience will be provided in identifying teeth.
1. Identify, by name, the two dental arches, the permanent teeth, the primary teeth, and anterior and posterior teeth 2. Name the function of each type of tooth, and the eruption sequence of primary and permanent teeth 3. Identify areas of the oral cavity, the boundaries of the oral vestibule, and the oral cavity proper 4. Describe Angle’s classification of occlusion 5. Describe occlusal deviations 6. Describe three types of facial profiles 7. Define the following terms: ideal occlusion, normal occlusion, malocclusion, centric occlusion, centric relation, and primate spacing 8. Describe the function and components of the lymphatic system 9. Discuss lymph fluid, lymph vessels, capillaries and lymph nodes 10. Identify major lymph nodes of the head and neck 11. Identify the location of the major lymph nodes of the head and neck 12. Differentiate between the major and minor salivary glands 13. Describe the location of the major and minor salivary glands 14. Describe the location of the following structures: condyle, mandibular fossa, articular tubercle, articular eminence, articular disc, capsule and retrodiscal pad 15. Describe the movements of the TMJ 16. List the names and numbers of the cranial nerves 17. Describe the trigeminal, facial, glossopharyngeal, and hypoglossal nerves according to sensory, motor, or both nerve supply 18. Describe the nerve supply to each maxillary and mandibular tooth 19. Describe the development of the tooth during the following stages: growth, apposition, and calcification 20. Define: active and passive eruption proliferation, histodifferentiation, morphyodifferentiation, apposition, anomaly, supernumerary, anodontia, ameloblasts, peg teeth , microdontia, macrodontia, amelogenesis imperfecta, dentinogensis imperfecta, osteodentin, hypocalcification, hypoplasia, pit and fissures, hypocalcification, impaction, ankylosis, malposed teeth 21. Describe the value of the primary teeth to function 22. Compare the primary teeth to the permanent teeth 23. Describe the origin, insertion, and function of the muscles of mastication 24. Classify each muscle of the head and neck according to the group in which it belongs 25. Describe the three stages of swallowing 26. Define and label structures of the periodontium 27. Name 6 types of periodontal ligaments and state their function 28. Explain the terms: mesial drift, root resorption, and exfoliation 29. Describe the formation of the tongue, discuss its muscles, papillae and function 30. List the embryonic structures that form the face 31. Discuss the stages of development of the face and the approximate age for each 32. Name the structures that form the palate 33. Discuss the stages of closure of the palate and the approximate weeks of fusion 34. Name the structures involved with the closure of the lip and the approximate weeks fusion occurs 35. Define unilateral and bilateral cleft lip and cleft palate 36. Define dental lamina and the embryonic week it is first seen 37. Differentiate between primary, secondary and reparative dentin 38. Discuss the functions of the epithelial root sheath 39. Discuss cementum formation, cellular and acellular cementum 40. Describe the 3 layers of alveolar bone and the location of each.