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DENT 545: PROSTHODONTICS 1

(3 credit hours)
Jordan University of Science and Technology
Faculty of Dentistry
Department of Prosthodontics
1st Semester 2013/2014
Course Syllabus for Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics (Theory + Practical)
Course Title
Course Code
Time and Venue

Course Information
Prosthodontics 1
DENT 545 (3 credit hours(
Lectures: Wednesday 3.00 4:00 pm at NG 76
Clinics: Dental Teaching Centre

Course Co-ordinator

Dr. Bilal El Masoud

Office Location

Faculty staff of Prosthodontics department


Part-timers from Royal Medical Services, Ministry
of Health, and private clinics
Dental technicians at Dental Teaching Centre and
Dental Technology students
Dental Teaching Centre

Office Hours

Tue (1:00 4:00) pm or by appointment

E-mail

bemasoud@just.edu.jo

Instructors
Laboratory Instructors & Assistants

Course Description
This course concludes the last sequence of fixed and removable prosthodontic courses
leading to a professional degree in dentistry. The theoretical component will allow the
students to make decisions, plan treatments and choose the proper treatment options for
the edentulous and partially edentulous patients. It will also cover a review of important
aspects in both fixed and removable prosthodontics. Furthermore, this course will cover
advanced topics about esthetic dentistry, fixed-removable prosthodontics and full mouth
rehabilitation cases. It will also cover the laboratory procedures involved in fabrication of
dental restorations.
Clinically, the students should be able to provide sound judgments independent of the
instructor and should be able to treat patients in a multidisciplinary approach.
Text Books for Fixed Prosthodontics
Fundamentals of Fixed Prosthodontics, 3ed
Title
ed, 1997
Editor/Authors
Publisher
Year
Edition

Shillingburg, Herbert T and Hobo, Sumiya and


Whitsett, Lowell D and Brackett, Susan E
Quintessence
1997
Third

1. Contemporary Fixed Prosthodontics 4th


Ed, 2006;Rosenstiel, Land, Fujimoto
Additional References
2. Clinical guide to crowns and other extracoronal restorations 1st ed., 2002
Title
Authors
Publisher
Year / Edition

Text Books for Removable Prosthodontics


Prosthodontic Treatment for Edentulous patients
G.A Zarb; C.L. Bolender; J.C. Hickey and G.E Carlsson
Mosby
2004 / Twelfth

Title
Authors
Publisher
Year / Edition

Fenn, Liddelow, and Gimsons' Clinical Dental Prosthetics


A. Roy McGregor
Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd
1989 / Third

Title
Authors
Publisher
Year / Edition

A Clinical Guide to Complete Denture Prosthetics


J.Fraser McCord, Alan A. Grant
British Dental Journal
2000

Title
Authors
Publisher
Year / Edition

Complete Prosthodontics: Problems, Diagnosis And


Management
Alan A. Grant, John R. Heath, J. Fraser McCord
Mosby-Year Book
1994

Title
Authors
Publisher
Year / Edition

Stewart's Clinical Removable Partial Prosthodontics


Rodney D. Phoenix, David R. Cagna, Charles F. DeFreest
Qunitessence Publishing Co Inc
2008 / Fourth

Title
Authors
Publisher
Year / Edition

Removable Partial Denture Design - Outline Syllabus


Arthur J. Krol, Theodore E. Jacobson, Frederick C. Finzen
Indent
1999 / Fifth

Title
Authors
Publisher
Year / Edition

McCrackens Removable Partial Prosthodontics


Alan B. Carr, Glen P. McGivney, David T. Brown
Elsevier Mosby
2005 / Eleventh (New edition: June, 2010 Twelfth Ed.)

Learning Outcomes
1. The student should know the indications for fixed and removable prosthodontic cases
2. The student should know the advantages and disadvantages of all treatment modalities
3. The student should be able to assess the difficulty of the case and refer when required
4. The student should be able to take a proper history and perform a proper clinical examination
5. The student should gain optimum clinical skills in fixed and removable prosthodontic cases
6. The student should be able to assess the quality of lab work and determine lab faults
7. The student should be able to determine phases and priorities of treatment in
Course
Objectives
Weights
multidisciplinary
clinical cases
8. The student should be able to use all reading materials and methods in the clinical
management of patients
9.
student
should in
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able to taking
manageand
patients
inexamination
professional and
approach
The
Gain
competency
clinical
in the 20%
formulation of the most appropriate treatment plan.
Understand the mechanism of complete denture retention and methods 10%
to improve it.
Gain working knowledge on the advanced treatment modalities in
20%
fixed and removable prosthodontics.
Gain working knowledge on the properties of dental materials used in 10%
prosthodontics and their clinical applications.
40%
Gain clinical skills in fabricating Bridges, occlusal splints, complete
dentures and Co-Cr partial dentures
.

ASSESSMENT

Intra-semester work (over the 1st & 2nd


semesters )

Final

40% divided as:


o First semester 40%
Midterm online exam : (15 marks)
1st semester
Clinical assessment (25 marks)
CD: 20 marks
Acrylic RPD: 5 Marks
o Second semester 40%
Practical Assignment, Quizzes : (10
marks)
Clinical assessment (30 Marks)
FPD: 20 marks
Co-Cr RPD (group work): 5
marks
Splint: 5 marks
60% divided as:
o Online Practical exam 15%.
o Theory exam: 30%
o Viva: 15%

Total

100%

Date

Topic

Lecturer

25/9/2013

Introduction

2/10/2013

Review of Applied Anatomy in CD Patients


Review of Retention, Stability, and Support in CDs
Treatment Options in Edentulous Patients and Case Selection

Dr. El
Masoud
Dr. Hanan
Barham

9/10/2013

Treatment Planning for Partially Dentate Patients


Assessment of Partially Dentate Patients Who Require RPDs

16/10/2013

Eid of Sacrifice Holiday

23/10/2013

Occlusion for RPDs

30/10/2013
6/11/2013

Review of Metal Framework RPD Designing


(tooth-borne and dually-supported RPDs)
Management of Endodontically Treated Teeth

13/11/2013

Perio-Prostho relation and in Fixed Prosthodontoics

27/11/2013

Single CDs

4/12/2013

Attachments in Removable Prosthodontics and Overdentures

11/12/2013

Fixed-Removable Prosthodontics

18/12/2013

Midterm Exam 3-4


NB66,63

25/12/2013

Holiday

1/1/2013

Holiday

8/1/2013

Maxillofacial Prosthodontics

15/1/2013

Inlays, onlays, and porcelain laminate veneers


Full Mouth Rehabilitation in Prosthodontics

Lectures Schedule

.Extra topics (if needed) can be arranged later as seminars

*
,With Best Wishes

Additional Notes
Exams

The format of the written exams is general (BUT


NOT ALWAYS) multiple choice questions. Assay
-type exams could be used.

The questions are distributed according to the


following level of difficulty:

Dr. El
Masoud

Dr. ElMasoud
Dr. ElMasoud
Dr. ElMasoud
Dr.Ibrahim
Suliman
Dr. AlAlem
Dr. ElMasoud
Dr.
Shannaq
Dr. ElMasoud

Dr. AlAlem
Dr.
Shannaq

o Easy:35%
o Average : 30%
o Intellectual problems/problem based: 25%
o Challenging: 10%

The answers will be discussed with the students

Makeup Exams

after the exam.


Makeup exam will not be given unless there is a
valid excuse.

Cheating

On the case of cheating, standard JUST policy will


be applied.

JUST policy requires the faculty member to assign


ZERO (35) if a student misses 10% of the classes
that are not excused.
It is the responsibility of the student to sign in the
attendance book available in the clinic. The
attendance book will not be available for signing
after 15 minutes from the start of the clinic. A
similar attendance book will used in the lectures.
If you miss a class or a clinical session, it is your
responsibility to find out about any announcement
made

Attendance

Participation

Feedback:

Students are encouraged to ask questions during


the lectures and clinics. This will let the staff
member know the difficult areas. The student
should not think that the question is wasting the
time of the lecture. Ask the staff member to repeat
the explanation as many as needed to get the
answer.
It is sometimes possible for the staff member not to
be sure of the answer. It is the responsibility of the
staff member to dig around for the answer and
report back to his students.
Making any kind of disruption during lecture or
clinic time will affect you negatively.
Every student should prepare and review home for
every clinical step he or she is supposed to do in
the clinic. Quizzes and assessments are possible
through out the clinic time and will include
materials covered in the 3rd and 4th years.
Concerns or complaints should be expressed in
the first instance to the course instructor.

If no resolution is forthcoming then the issue


should be brought to the attention of the
Department Chair and if still unresolved to the
Dean.