EFD 1203 Lab for Expanded Functions for Dental Auxiliaries I
Laboratory experiences in advanced remediable intra-oral dental tasks and/or procedures involved in the art and placement of restorative materials including amalgam and nonmetallic restorative materials including resin restorations.
Prerequisites: EFD 1102
- Demonstrate the clinical features and correct procedures of a properly placed esthetic resin restoration, including: surface texture, anatomical form, marginal integrity, occlusal contacts, proximal contours, proximal contact and patient comfort.
- Demonstrate the appropriate operator/patient positions, instrument grasps, finger rests and instrument adaptation and activation necessary to provide maximum control, efficiency, while minimizing strain and fatigue during restorative procedures.
- Exhibit the correct armamentarium and demonstrate the procedure for placement and removal of various intraoral isolation methods, including cotton roll isolation and rubber dam placement and removal.
- Identify and apply appropriate infection control standards in the preparation, delivery, disposal and sterilization of restorative dentistry.
- Describe and demonstrate the correct procedures for mixing and/or manipulating traditional bases, liners and dental cements.
- Demonstrate the clinical features and correct procedures of a properly placed amalgam restoration, including: surface texture, anatomical form, marginal integrity, occlusal contacts, proximal contours, proximal contact and patient comfort.
- Demonstrate the concepts of special considerations, during finishing and polishing, armamentarium, and the sequence for recontouring, finishing and polishing amalgam restorations.
Credit Hours: 0
- Division: Health Sciences
- Department: Dental Health Sciences
- Repeatable Credit: No
- Offered Online: No