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Children dentistry department

Module 1. Propaedeutic of children therapeutic stomatology


EVALUATION SCALE

Current module control (max.)

Practical lesson


Points ( max.)

One lesson

Total

Content module 1

Theme 1 – 4

5

20

Content module 2

Theme 5 – 7

5

15

Content module 3

Theme 8-13

5

30

Content module 4

Theme 14-18

5

25

Content module 5

Theme 19 – 24

5

30

Total for practical lessons (max.)

120

Final module control (max.)
^

Test control


30 tests

30

Practical skills

3 skills

15

^ Verbal answer

3 situational tasks

15

4 control questions

20

Total for final module control (max.)

80
^

Total for module 1


200



Current knowledge control of Module 1

Evaluation of practical lessons by 5 points scale.

Evaluation of: test control – 1 point;

verbal answer – 2 points;

practical skills – 2 points.


^ EVALUATION SCALE OF PRACTICAL SKILLS

Points


Verbal answer

Tests

^ Practical skills

2

Full and correct answer

-

Well done, due to algorithm

1,5

A few mistakes

-

Some inaccuracies have been admitted

1

Incomplete question disclosure

17-20

Not followed by algorithm

0,5

Admitted significant mistakes

12-16

Small part of algorithm was done

0

Incorrect answer

Less than 12

Not done


Current educational activity:

Maximum number of points: 120 points

Minimum number of points: 72 points


FINAL CONTROL OF MODULE 1

^

Type of control


Points

1
Written control

30 tests

30


2


Practical skills

3 practical skills

15

3 situational tasks

15

3

^ Verbal answer

4 control questions

20

Total points

80



Evaluation scale of verbal answer:

5 points – full and correct answer;

4 points - A few mistakes;

3 points – partial question disclosure;

2 points – significant errors in answer;

1 points - reveals a small part of the material;

0 points – no correct answer.


^ Evaluation scale of practical skills:

5 points - Well done, due to algorithm .

4 points - Some inaccuracies have been admitted .

3 points - student consistently but with errors and technical inaccuracies performs practical skill.

2 points - Not followed by algorithm .

1 points - Small part of algorithm was done .

0 points - student does not fulfill the practical skills .


^ Evaluation scale of situational tasks:

5 points – Situational task well done;

4 points – A few mistakes;

3 points – some mistakes in final result and conclusions;

2 points – significant mistakes, incorrect answer;

1 point – No answer and conclusions;

0 points – situational task not solved.


Final module control:

Maximum points: 80

Minimum points for module 1: not less than 50 .


Questions for the final module control in Propedeutic of Pediatric Therapeutic Stomatology

Part I

  1. Management and equipment of the dental surgery and surgery design. Health and safety in the dental surgery.

  2. Dental instruments in therapeutic stomatology: types and purposes for usage.

  3. Disinfection and sterilization of dental instruments. Control of sterilization.

  4. Anatomy of primary maxillary central incisors.

  5. Anatomy of primary mandibulary central incisors.

  6. Anatomy of primary lateral central incisors.

  7. Anatomy of mandibulary lateral incisors.

  8. Anatomy of primary maxillary canine.

  9. Anatomy of primary mandibulary canine.

  10. Anatomy of primary maxillary first molars.

  11. Anatomy of primary mandibulary first molars.

  12. Anatomy of primary maxillary second molars.

  13. Anatomy of primary mandibulary second molars.

  14. Anatomy of permanent maxillary incisors.

  15. Anatomy of permanent mandibulary incisors.

  16. Anatomy of permanent maxillary canines.

  17. Anatomy of permanent mandibulary canines.

  18. Anatomy of maxillary premolars.

  19. Anatomy of mandibulary premolars.

  20. Anatomy of first permanent maxillary molar.

  21. Anatomy of first permanent mandibulary molar.

  22. Anatomy of second permanent maxillary molar.

  23. Anatomy of second permanent mandibulary molar.

  24. Characteristics of the teeth belonging.

  25. Possible variations in anatomy of permanent teeth.

  26. Stages of follicular development of primary teeth.

  27. Stages of follicular development of permanent teeth.

  28. Stages of primary and permanent teeth development after their eruption.

  29. Histological structure of enamel in primary and permanent teeth in children.

  30. Age changes in enamel structure of primary teeth.

  31. Histological structure of dentine in primary and permanent teeth.

  32. Age changes of dentine in primary teeth.

  33. Histological structure of cementum in primary teeth.

  34. Anatomical and histological differences between primary and permanent teeth.

  35. Clinical and radiological stages of development of primary and permanent teeth.

Part II

  1. Classifications of carious lesions by G.V. Black. The general principles of cavity preparation technique.

  2. Principles of biological reasoning and technical rationality in pediatric dentistry. Their advantages and disadvantages.

  3. The main requirements to cavities preparations technique.

  4. The cavity extension. The requirements to the extension design.

  5. The general principles of Class I preparation and design in primary and permanent teeth.

  6. The general principles of Class II preparation and design in primary and permanent teeth.

  7. The general principles of Class III preparation and design in primary and permanent teeth.

  8. The general principles of Class IV preparation and design in primary and permanent teeth.

  9. The general principles of Class V preparation and design in primary and permanent teeth.

  10. Mistakes and complications that occur during cavity design and preparation in Class I-V cavities.

  11. Cavities design in Classes I-V for different restoration materials.

  12. Classification of dental materials. Main requirements to dental materials.

  13. Phosphate cements. Composition, characteristics, indications for usage in primary and permanent teeth. Preparation and restoration technique.

  14. Policarboxylate cements. Composition, properties, indications for usage in primary and permanent teeth.

  15. Silico-phosphate cements. Types, indications for usage, main characteristics. Disadvantages.

  16. Silver-containing cements. Composition, main characteristics, indications for usage in primary and permanent teeth. Disadvantages.

  17. Silicate cements. Composition, main characteristics, indications for using in primary and permanent teeth.

  18. Glassionomers. Main characteristics, types, composition, main characteristics, indications for using in primary and permanent teeth.

  19. Methods of glassionomer preparations, techniques of restoration.

  20. Silver amalgam. Components, advantages and disadvantages, indications for using in primary and permanent teeth, techniques of preparation and restoration.

  21. Techniques of amalgam restorations. Equipment, instruments and safety aspects of amalgam.

  22. Modern classification of composites. Composition, characteristics, indications for using, advantages and disadvantages.

  23. Chemical curing composites. Advantages and disadvantages, indication for using in pediatric dentistry.

  24. Clinical technique and filling the cavity by chemical curing composites.

  25. Light curing composites. Classification. Advantages and disadvantages. Indications for using in pediatric dentistry.

  26. Clinical technique and filling the cavity with light curing composites.

  27. Adhesive systems. Types, composition, application techniques with different materials.

  28. Compomers. Main characteristics, indications for using in primary and permanent teeth. Advantages and disadvantages.

  29. Lining materials. Classification, composition, requirements.

  30. Isolating lining materials. Composition, characteristics, indications for using in pediatric dentistry, clinical technique and application.

  31. Pulp cupping materials (lining materials), Composition, characteristics, indications for using in primary and permanent teeth, clinical techniques.

  32. Finishing the dental restorations of different dental materials. Methods and instruments.

  33. Contact point. Clinical technique for different dental materials. Instruments and methods.

  34. Impregnation method of treatment in primary teeth in children. Clinical technique in pediatric patients.

Part III

  1. The tooth cavity. Anatomical structure in primary and permanent teeth. The main principles of the cavity opening.

  2. Main stages of the endodontic treatment.

  3. Cavity opening in primary and permanent frontal teeth of the upper and lower jaws.

  4. Cavity opening in mandibulary and maxillary premolars.

  5. Cavity opening in primary and permanent mandibulary and maxillary molars.

  6. Mistakes and complications by cavity opening. There treatment and prophylaxis.

  7. Endodontic instruments. Their classification, structure and purposes for usage.

  8. Instruments for root canal instrumentation. Instrumentation techniques.

  9. Instrumentation technique in primary teeth at different stages of roots development.

  10. Instrumentation technique in permanent teeth with not completed roots.

  11. Mistakes and complications by root canal instrumentation in primary and permanent teeth with not completed roots.

  12. Aspects of root canal instrumentation in primary teeth in the stage of root resorption.

  13. Root canal irrigation. Antiseptics used for root canal irrigation in pediatric dentistry.

  14. Mistakes and complications by root canal irrigation in primary and permanent teeth at different stages of their development.

  15. Root canal impregnation. Impregnation techniques. Methods of management.

  16. Resorcin-formalin impregnation technique. Methods of management.

  17. Using of resorcin-formalin technique in primary and permanent teeth. Indications and contra-indications.

  18. The impregnation with silver. Indication for silver impregnation in pediatric dentistry. The main substances and silver impregnation technique of the caries lesions in primary teeth and root canals.

  19. Mistakes and complications by silver impregnation technique. Management of the complications and their prophylaxis.

  20. Classification of modern root canal obturation materials. The requirements, characteristics and indications.

  21. Elastic root canal filling materials. Their characteristics, indications in primary and permanent teeth. Preparation and obturation techniques.

  22. Technique of root canal obturation with zinc oxide-eugenol cement. Indications, preparation and properties.

  23. Root canal obturation materials based on resorcin- formalin. Indications and technique of the obturation. Advantages and disadvantages.

  24. Root canal materials based on Calcium Hydroxide. Indications, technique of obturation.

  25. Root canal obturation with phosphate and Glassionomers cements. Indications and contraindications. Preparation and obturation technique.

  26. Root canal obturation with adhesive technique.

  27. Core materials for root canal filling. Types (gutta-percha points and silver points). Advantages and disadvantages, indications for using.

  28. Root canal obturation with Gutta-Percha points. Lateral condensation technique in pediatric dentistry.

  29. Types of root resorption by Vinogradova T.F. Importance in endodontic treatment.

  30. The stages of the completion of root formation in primary and permanent teeth in children. Importance in endodontic treatment.

  31. Endodontic complecations in primary dentition at different stages of the root completion. Methods of prevention.

  32. Endodontic complecations in permanent dentition at different stages of the root completion. Methods of prevention.



The Head of Pediatric Stomatology Department,

Professor G.M. Melnychuk.


Practical skills for the final module control 1.

  1. To be able to differentiate primary and permanent teeth by their morphology.

  2. Clinical preparation technique of Class I carious lesions in primary and permanent teeth.

  3. Clinical preparation technique of Class II carious lesions in primary and permanent teeth.

  4. Clinical preparation technique of Class III carious lesions in primary and permanent teeth.

  5. Clinical preparation technique of Class IV carious lesions in primary and permanent teeth.

  6. Clinical preparation technique of Class V carious lesions in primary and permanent teeth.

  7. Prepare Zink-Phosphate cement for restoration.

  8. Prepare Glass Ionomer cement for restoration.

  9. Prepare chemical curing Composite for restoration.

  10. Prepare Amalgam for restoration.

  11. Prepare Silicate and Silicate-Phosphate cement for restoration.

  12. Master enamel and dentine etching technique and application of the adhesive system.

  13. Master clinical lining and isolation techniques.

  14. Master Class I restoration technique in primary and permanent tooth with different filling materials.

  15. Master Class II restoration technique by building a contact point in primary and permanent tooth with different filling materials.

  16. Master Class III restoration technique by building a contact point in primary and permanent tooth with different filling materials.

  17. Master Class IV restoration technique in primary and permanent tooth with different filling materials.

  18. Master Class V restoration technique in primary and permanent tooth with different filling materials.

  19. Access cavity (to the root canals) in primary and permanent incisors and canines.

  20. Access cavity (to the root canals) in permanent premolars.

  21. Access cavity (to the root canals) in primary and permanent molars.

  22. Choose instruments for root canal instrumentation in primary and permanent teeth according to the roots completion.

  23. Master root canal instrumentation technique in primary and permanent teeth according to the roots completion.

  24. Master root canal impregnation technique in primary and permanent teeth according to the roots completion.

  25. Master root canal irrigation technique in primary and permanent teeth according to the roots completion.

  26. Prepare resorcin-phormaline paste.

  27. Prepare Zink-Euginol paste for root canal obturation in primary teeth.

  28. Master root canal obturation technique with pastes in primary teeth.

  29. Master root canal obturation technique with pastes in permanent teeth according to the roots completion.

  30. Root canal obturation with Gutta-Percha points in permanent teeth according to the roots completion.



The Head of Pediatric Stomatology Department Professor G.M. Melnychuk.

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