Dental Radiography II
Dental Radiography II DEN 121
Monroe Community College
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HIE N R0 E 0 W EJJOO YTI mmmm F W h P tm Dental studies DEN 121 Course Outline DENTAL RADIOGRAPHY Spring 2007 Respect Responsibility Reality COURSE INFORMATION 5 0e Community College The New 3R5 HEET COURSE TITLE DEN 121 Dental Radiography ll SEMESTER Spring 2007 PROFESSOR Mrs Nancy Rivaldo Professor OFFICE 8412 PHONE 2922763 EMAIL nrivaldomonroeccedu OFFICE HOURS TBA REQUIRED TEXT Haring amp Lind quotRadiographic Interpretation forthe Dental Hygienis quot Langland Langlais Preece quotPrinciples of Dental Imagingquot last semester39s book and Radiography Manual URSE DESCRIPTION Continuation of Dental Radiography I Anatomical CO landmarks deviations from normal evaluation of radiographs Extra and intra oral projections Spring semester only Pre requisite Completion of all previous semester dental studies courses with passing grades and passing grades in appropriate BIO courses RELATED PROGRAM COMPETENCIES Bo 1 A 01 Ided portions apply to this course The graduate will be able to apply a professional code of ethics in all endeavors using the highest professional knowledge and ethical principles within the context ofthe New York State Dental Hygiene Practice Act The graduate will collect analyze and record data on the general oral and health status of patients using methods consistent with medical and legal principles The graduate will provide individualized care and be prepared to manage medical emergencies that include accepted infection control procedures educational preventive therapeutic and referral services to assist the patient in achieving and maintaining optimal oral health The graduate will evaluate the effectiveness of educational preventive therapeutic and referral services and modify those services if necessary to assist the client in achieving and maintaining optimal health Respect for self and others in words and deeds Responsibility for one s own success through personal accountability Reality of the expectations and standards in a college environment DEN 121 Outline Page 2 COURSE OBJECTIVES Upon successful completion of this course the student should be able to 0 demonstrate selection of appropriate radiographic surveys lm types duplicating and record keeping 0 complete diagnostically acceptable intraoral radiographic surveys for bitewings periapicals paralleling and bisection angles and occlusals discuss panoramic radiography and other extraoral radiographic techniques complete a diagnostically acceptable extraoral radiographic survey for panoramic demonstrate proper mounting and labeling procedures demonstrate viewing techniques and principles of interpretation identify the appearance of normal radiographic landmarks artifacts and shadows identify the radiographic appearance of basic disease processes ofteeth and supportive structures 0 identify and discuss the legal and ethical issues related to dental radiography Other Supplies Needed Pen ashlight probe magnifying glass Department Policies Pregnant Students According to New York State Sanitary Code Chapter 1 Part 1653 dated April 18 2001 the stuu39e 39 has the right to decide whetherto declare her pregnancy or not This written declaration must be voluntary and can be withdrawn at any time Pregnant Patients Inquire about possible pregnancy DO NOT expose any radiographs if patient is pregnant All other patients Must be shielded with lead apron and thyroid shield for intraoral exposures and shoulder lead apron for panoramic NOTE Complete medical and dental histories must be done on all patients before exposing any radiographs NOTE Must adhere to policies and procedures outlined in Radiography Manual Specific Competencies VWI be listed under each lecture topic Grades and Evaluation for Lecture and Laboratory Both lecture and lab must each be passed In the event that a student obtains less than a C grade in eitherthe lecture portion or the lab portion the final grade recorded for the course shall be a quotCquot quotDquot quotDquot or quotFquot grade This final grade will be determined by the portion of the course that was less DEN 121 Outline Page 3 than a quotCquot grade Failure to complete xray requirements will result in an quotFquot for the course NOTE Students responsible for Making up missed quizzes within three days after the quiz is given Students must notify the instructor Automatic quot0quot if not made up in three days Each student is only allowed makeup quiz In the event of instructor illness security officers will post an official Notice of Cancellation on the classroom door prior to start of class Exams scheduled for such a day or assignments due on such a day will be considered rescheduled for the next scheduled meeting of class EMAIL Student email is available lwill use lecture lab and email as vehicles of communication for general class announcements Please note that I check my account once a day Monday through Friday during scheduled class days I do not check my account on a regular basis during College recess lwill not use email at this time for assignments LECTURE 60 of nal grade 1 Quiz and test average 60 minus one 1 will be deducted for each incorrect spelling of dental terminology 2 Final examination 40 LAB 40 of nal grade 1 2 CRS on Dexter passfail 1 Rinn with tab BVVX 1 BSA with snaparay and vertical BVVX 2 Demonstrate correct patient positioning for panoramic radiograph passfail 3 2 occlusal lms passfail Dexter 4 Film duplicating CRS or BWX passfail 5 Radiographic Interpretation Exercises bone evaluation and decay passfail 6 5 sets of BVVX on patients tab technique 40 7 2 CRS paralleling technique on patients 30 8 One panoramic survey on a patient passfail 9 Lab Final 30 All students must register forthe webenhanced coursespace DEN 121 Dental Radiography II The webenhanced learning environment coincides with the oncampus classroom activities Each module is sequenced with the classroom topics See Reading Assignments on hard copy course outline Each module includes the classroom Powerpoint presentation Please read the Course Information Document Course Learning Activities to better utilize each document in each module You may print any document or material you so desire Coursespace website httpslnsunyeducommons DEN 121 Outline Page 4 The Powerpoint presentations and the video Basic Dental Radiography used in lab are available on Ereserve Use the following path beginning with the MCC Web page Quick Link Libraries Access EReserves EReserves Dental Hygiene Rivaldo GoSearch DEN 111 Password Accept PORTFOLIO Your portfolio highlights your personal accomplishments in the Dental Studies Program Your data gathering began in the rst semester and continues to the last semester The following outlines how you are to include the radiography in your portfolio For this semester select a CRS including BVVX for which you have taken both Duplicate the survey The duplicated radiographs with patient name OMITTED are to be included in your portfolio OMIT patient name Considerations 1 select the survey that demonstrates the best technique ie lm placement horizontal angle vertical angle etc 2 the highest grade survey may not show the best technique if points were lost for not following protocol All duplicating may be done during xray lab time If you have questions or clari cation is needed you may use your private folder andor xray lab time to further discuss DENTAL STUDIES LEARNING CENTER Activities will be provided in the Dental Studies Learning Center These activities will include slides videos radiographic manuals and exercises designed to enhance your understanding ofthe lecture and laboratory subject matter ABSENCE POLICY Each student will be allowed 2 two hours of absence from lecture with or without written excuse After a student surpasses the 2 two hours 2 two points will be deducted from the nal lecture grade for each additional hour ofabsence A student who is more than 15 minutes late for class is considered absent rrrr NOTE All requirements must be completed week 14 No requirements will be accepted the last week of classes Technique grade is based on the rst two CRS completed and the rst ve BVVX sets completed No extra credit is given for any additional xrays After completion of requirements however points will continue to be deducted from technique grade for failure to follow protocol and correct submission forms Radiographic surveys returned to you for follow through must be returned within 3 days Failure to do so will result in a full point reduction from the survey grade lf requirements are complete the deduction will be taken from current grade PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING RELATIVE TO RADIOGRAPHY LAB PERFORMANCE AND GRADING DEN 121 Outline Page 5 NOTE Student must demonstrate appropriate technique and produce acceptable Dexter xrays before student will be permitted to take xrays on patients Student must demonstrate correct patient positioning for panoramic survey before permitted to take on patient LAB ATTIRE When exposing radiographs on patients all students are required to wear complete uniform gloves mask and eye wear All students will be expected to adhere to the clinic dress code in radiography labs Student must be prepared at all labs to expose radiographs even though they may not have any regularly scheduled patients LAB ABSENCE POLICY Each student will be permitted two 2 lab absences with or without excuses For each lab absence that surpasses the 2 two allowable absences 2 two points will be deducted from the final lab grade A student who is more than 15 minutes late for lab is considered absent Due to maximum lab enrollment it is impossible to makeup a missed lab INCIDENT REPORT An incident report will be issued by the faculty to a student a Whose professionalismteamwork does not meet the expected standards for the course b Who fails to implement safe care as evidenced by lack of knowledge or physical skill poorjudgment omission of procedures or commission oferrors This report will be completed by the faculty and reviewed with the student A plan for problem remediation will be developed by the student and faculty member Both parties will sign the Incident Report Two copies ofthe Incident Report will be made One copy is placed in the student39s permanent le Any student accumulating three 3 Incident Reports fails the course Please refer to the MCC Catalog and Radiography Manual for the following MCC Catalog V thdrawal Policies Academic Honesty Learning Center Referral Emergency Closings Radiography Manual Grading System Radiography Procedures Infection ControlSterilization Duties Forms Used Reminder A minimum grade of C is required in all Dental Hygiene courses for continuation in the Dental Hygiene Program DEN 121 Outline Page 6 NOTE Students wishing to withdraw should consult the College Handbook and follow MCC policy Simply stopping attendance in class usually results in an Health issues should be discussed with MCC Health Services in consideration ofa withdrawal for health reasons Financial aid issues andor status relative to withdrawal should be discussed with Financial Aid Services LEARNING CENTER REFERAL MCC has a number of Learning Centers at Brighton for example Accounting Math Nursing Psychology Writing the Electronic Learning Center Interdisciplinary Programs which includes Foreign Languages etc and at Damon the Integrated Learning Center Learning Centers are staffed with instructional personnel and may be equipped with computers to assist students It is recommended that students use these Learning Centers to get additional assistance with concepts learned in the classroom Information is available online or a brochure with details is available at Brighton the Brighton Learning Center Bldg 11 Room 106 Damon the Damon Integrated Learning Center in 4130 and the Student Services Office on the fth oor EMERGENCY CLOSINGS lfthe College is closed due to inclement weather or some other emergency all Rochester area radio and television stations will be noti ed no later than 530 am In addition the homepage on the MCC website wwwmonroeccedu will display a message indicating the College is closed Please do not call the College to avoid overloading the telephone lines Class cancellations information is available daily on the web or through the telephone Simply go to the MCC website wwwmonroeccedu and underthe Quick Links window on the homepage click on Class Cancellations Additionally class cancellation information is available by dialing 5852922066 press 1 for the Brighton Campus and 2 for the Damon Campus lfpossible please use the web as there could be delays in the voice recordings based on the number of cancellations ACADEMIC HONESTY POLICY You may review that policy in the MCC Catalog and Student Handbook Should you not have a copy of that catalog you may contact ourquot 39 39 39 Is Office at 38 3 292 2200 they will send you one or you may request one from the College s web site at wwwmonroeccedu
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