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FRESNO CITY COLLEGE

COURSE OUTLINE OF RECORD

Course Subject and Number  

               Dental Hygiene 13

Course Title  

Clinical Seminar Topics II

Discipline(s)

              Dental  Hygiene

Term Effective

               Spring 2003

Catalog Description:[  ]   no change[  ]   revised/clarified[x]   new (check one)

Prerequisite:[  ]   no change[  ]   revised/clarified[x]   new (check one)

Corequisite:[  ]   no change[  ]   revised/clarified[x]   new (check one)

Advisory:[  ]   no change[  ]   revised/clarified[x]   new (check one)

Units, hours, repeatability, credit/no credit, number of weeks:  [  ] no change [  ] revised [x] new (check one)

(If revised is checked, underline item(s) revised above.)

 1   unit(s)     2    lecture hour(s)     0     laboratory hour(s)    0      number of repeats (maximum = 3)

             credit/no credit only     9     number of weeks

Prerequisite:Dental Hygiene 12

Corequisite:Dental Hygiene 5B

Advisory:None

Description:Seminar format with discussion of various topics dealing with intermediate clinical             

Entry Level Skills:Upon entering the course, the student should be able to:

1.

Recognize and document recession, inflammation, bleeding points, furcas, tooth mobility exudate, and mucogingival defects on periodontal charts.

2.

Demonstrate instrument sequencing strategies for light, intermediate, and difficult cases.

3.

Discuss the relevance of recall in a patient’s treatment plan.

4.

Identify various body stressors for the dental hygienist associated with positioning during dental hygiene treatment.

5.

Employ instrument  sharpening techniques for all dental hygiene instruments.

Requested Credit Classification (Applicant)

[    [x] Degree applicable[  ] Noncredit

[  ]  Nondegree Applicable[x] Transfer Level

[  ] Course contains an international component.

[  ] Course contains American pluralism and identity content.

Expected Outcomes/Objectives:   Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:

1.

Demonstrate intermediate level use of ultrasonic instrumentation techniques.

2.

Employ clinical judgment to formulate patient treatment plans and subsequent therapy.

3.

Analyze patient needs based on the medical history, dental history, radiographs, calculation of

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