Jun 19, 2024  
2021-2022 Archived Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Archived Catalog

DAST-112L Dental & Oral Anatomy Lab

Credits 0 / 1 Contact Hours
Pre-requisite: Division signature is required for registration; Program Eligibility Requirements; Placement into College Level Reading, completion of ELAP-120 with a 2.0 or higher, or successful completion of ACRD-090, ACRD-091 or ACRD-092. Co-requisite: DAST-112  
The lab portion of DAST-112  Dental & Oral Anatomy. Provides knowledge of eruption dates individual descriptions and external features of the teeth. Experience will be provided in identifying teeth.

Course Outcomes
1. Using typodonts and models, the student will identify and demonstrate knowledge of the surfaces of the tooth and its location; arrangement of the teeth; tissues of the tooth 2. Using typodonts, the student will identify and demonstrate knowledge of the Universal and FDI numbering system; proximal contact areas, contact point, interproximal spaces, and embrasures; Curve of Spee and Curve of Wilson, and understand their importance to the function and integrity of the masticatory system 3. Using typodonts, models and individual teeth, the student will identify anatomic landmarks 4. Using typodonts, models and skulls, the student will identify and demonstrate knowledge of the structures external to the oral cavity; structures of the oral vestibule; structures of the oral cavity proper 5. Using typodonts, models and skulls identify and demonstrate knowledge of the Angle’s Classification of Occlusion: five occlusal deviations that affect teeth; three types of facial profiles; five deviations of individual tooth positioning 6. Using typodonts, models and individual teeth, students will identify and demonstrate knowledge of the permanent dentition 7. Using typodonts, models and individual teeth, students will identify and demonstrate knowledge of the primary dentition 8. Using typodonts and models, students will identify mixed dentition