EFD 1102 - Dental Anatomy for Dental Auxiliaries
A study of form and function of the human dentition. This course is designed to provide an overview of the terminology and characteristics of all teeth in the adult and primary dentition. Includes identification of all anatomical tooth structures, eruption schedule and occlusion.
EFD 1202 - Expanded Functions for Dental Auxiliaries I
Lecture and clinical course designed to teach more extensively the concepts of dental materials and their use in restorative techniques. The principles of the manipulation and placement of dental materials used in delegated intra-oral functions for the expanded function dental auxiliary in Ohio are taught. Three classroom, four lab hours per week plus ten hours of co-op experience per week in the dental office.
EFD 1302 - Expanded Functions for Dental Auxiliaries II
This course is the third in a three-part series for the Expanded Functions Dental Auxiliary Program. Greater emphasis on topics covered in EFD 1202 is examined. Detailed concepts with regards to amalgam, esthetic and preventive resins are discussed. Concepts involving Class IV resin restorations and dental sealants are introduced. Mock boards are included. Three classroom, four lab hours per week, plus ten hours of co-op experience per week in a dental office.
EFD 2297 - Special Topics
Varied content offering of special interest to the discipline but not covered within existing courses; may be scheduled in a classroom/seminar setting or in nontraditional format.