ODONTOSTOMATOLOGICAL DISCIPLINES I
Learning outcomes of the course unit
At the end of the course, the student must have acquired the anatomical, etiopathogenetic, instrumental and operational knowledge to make diagnoses, implement prevention protocols, set up and carry out odontpstomatological, surgical, orthodontic and prosthetic rehabilitation therapy, in patients suffering from systemic or less.
Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, general pathology, oral medicine
Course contents summary
Principles of semeiotics, differential diagnosis of signs and symptoms of the diseases of the mouth and the maxillary bones, pain, xerostomia,
- The semeiology in odontostomatology: anamnesis / clinical examination.
- Collection of documentation and compilation of the clinical record.
- Diagnostic pathway and differential diagnosis in odontostomatology
- Pathophysiology of pain in the oro-maxillo-facial district
- Differential diagnosis of odontogenic pain
- Burning Mouth Syndrome (BMS): Clinical Aspects and Differential Diagnosis
- Using questionnaires on pain.
- BMS diagnostic protocol and therapy
- Infections in the oro-maxillo-facial district: abscesses and fleas. Diagnostic protocol and therapy
- Odontogenic sinuses: diagnostic protocol and therapy
- Medical Therapy in Odontostomatology: Anti-inflammatory and Antibiotic
- Pathophysiology of salivation
- Xerostomia and hyposalivation
- Sjögren syndrome: diagnostic protocol and therapy
- Allergies in dentistry
- Dental management of the allergic patient and operational protocols.
prosthetic rehabilitation planning
principles of tooth preparations provisionals
soft-tissue management impressions
Stomatognathic system. Growth of the facial skull. Development of the dentition, orthodontic terminology. Dental occlusion: relationships static and dynamic relationships. Occlusion and posture. Centric relation and centric occlusion. Orthodontics and cervical-cranial-mandibular dysfunction. Classification of dento-maxillo-facial disharmonies. Psychological approach to orthodontic patient and professional ethics. Before orthodontic visit. Semiotics orthodontic. Laboratory Tests: prints and patterns, photographs, X-ray examinations . Cephalometric analysis.
-- Scully C: Medical Problems in Dentistry – seventh Ed. Churchill Livingstone Elsevier
- Ficarra G: Manuale di Patologia e Medicina Orale. Mc Graw-Hill
- Ibsen OAC, Phelan JA: Patologia Orale. CIC Edizioni Internazionali
- D.Caprioglio, C.Lanteri, A.Levrini, A.Caprioglio - Ortodonzia Intercettiva- Edizioni Martina, Bologna, 2000.
C.Lanteri - Ortognatodonzia-Edizioni Masson, Milano, 2002.
M.Gandolfini - L'espansore rapido palatino ed il quad-helix - Edizioni Martina, Bologna, 1996.
FONDAMENTI DI PROTESI FISSA
Herbert T. Shillingburg. Quintessenza edizioni
Dario Castellani. Elementi di occlusione. Ed. MARTINA, Bologna
International scientific paper about different topics
Class lessons: the program themes will be discussed with the aid of slides. The proposed topics will be the subject of collective discussion and study on the basis of ideas and any questions raised during the lessons themselves.
Assessment methods and criteria
The achievement of the goals of the course is verified by an oral exam.
Answering questions about the contents of the course, the student will demonstrate whether he/she has achieved the goals of knowledge and understanding of the contents
The course will be held through lectures to Students either in the classroom (“in presenza”) or in synchronous-streaming (“in telepresenza”) on the Teams platform. Therefore, the opportunity of Student/Teacher interaction will be preserved both face to face and remotely, by the simultaneous use of the Teams platform.
Lectures will be supported by slide presentations, which will be available to students on the Elly platform (https://elly2020.medicina.unipr.it/).