DHG 125 - COURSE PREFIX/NO: COURSE TITLE: LECTURE HRS: LAB...

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COURSE PREFIX/NO: DHG 125 COURSE TITLE: Dental Anatomy & Morphology LECTURE HRS: 1.0 LAB HRS: 3.0 CREDIT HRS/SEMESTER: 2.0 Distance Learning Attendance/VA Statement Textbook Information COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course covers the embryogenesis and histology of the head and neck structures with primary emphasis on the oral cavity. The formation, eruption patterns, and morphology of primary and permanent dentitions are studied. COURSE COMPETENCIES Module One – Nomenclature, names of teeth and coding systems: Primary Teeth and Eruption Schedules 1. Demonstrate a thorough working knowledge of anatomical and morphological nomenclature, as applied to the human dentition. 2. Identify and describe the individual parts of a tooth, names of the teeth, functions, coding systems, surfaces and root structures of individual teeth. 3. Describe the morphology of the primary dentition and the differences between primary and permanent dentition. 4. Be familiar with eruption patterns of the primary and permanent teeth Module Two – Incisors and Canines 1. Demonstrate a through working knowledge of the anatomical landmarks, crown form, root
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course BI 200 taught by Professor Potter during the Fall '11 term at Montgomery College.

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DHG 125 - COURSE PREFIX/NO: COURSE TITLE: LECTURE HRS: LAB...

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