Тhемe: Development stages of dental-jaw system: embryonic, postnatal. Anatomic-physiological peculiarities of oral cavity and temporal-mandibular joint of newborn. Faculty – dental, course – 3, semester – 6, hours – 2



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Head of Department: M.D., prof. Melnychuk G.M.

METHODICAL ELABORATION

of practical lesson 21-22 for students

Orthodontics. Diagnostics of dentognathic anomalies and deformations”

based on the credit-module educational system

Contents module №3

Basic principles and methods of treatment of the dentognathic anomalies and deformations.
THEME: Orthodontic appliances classification.

Faculty – dentistry, year – 3, semester – 6, amount of hours – 4.
I. ACTUALITY OF THE THEME: The orthodontics appliances of different mechanism of action are used in the case of orthodontic patients’ treatment. Therefore, to treat correctly orthodontic diseases dentist must know the principles of its build, activation and action.

II. EDUCATIONAL PURPOSE OF THE LESSON:


  1. To learn the main principles of orthodontic appliances action (=2).

  2. To know how to activate the orthodontic appliances (=3).

III. TO KNOW:

- method of patient’s examination;

- anatomical structure of the oral cavity;

- physiological and functional features of the oral cavity;

- classification of dentognathic anomalies and deformities.

IV. TO BE ABLE TO:

- make the patient’s examination;

- recognize the different group of teeth;

- recognize the organs of oral cavity;

- estimate the functions of oral cavity;

- make the orthodontic examination;

- make the final orthodontic diagnosis.

V. TASKS FOR INDEPENDENT OUT-OF-CLASS WORK:


  1. To get ready for the next lesson on the topic: “Theories of periodontal tissues rearrangement (Flurences’s, Kingsley-Walkgof’s, Oppenheim’s)”.

  2. Write down in the copy book the changes in the periodontium tissues in the case of teeth transfer.

VI. CONTROL QUESTIONS:

1. Classification of orthodontic appliances

2. General characteristics of orthodontic appliances.

3. Characteristics of retentive appliances.

4. Characteristics of appliances with mechanical action.

5. Characteristics of functionally directing orthodontic appliances.

6. Characteristics of functionally acting orthodontic appliances.

7. Characteristics of combined orthodontic appliances.

8. Characteristics of “one-jaw” orthodontic appliances with action at one jaw.

9. Characteristics of “one-jaw” orthodontic appliances with intermaxillary action.

10. Characteristics of “two-jaw” orthodontic appliances with intermaxillary action.

11. Characteristics of orthodontic appliances with stationary support.

12. Characteristics of orthodontic appliances with reciprocal support.

13. Characteristics of intraoral orthodontic appliances.

14. Characteristics of extraoral orthodontic appliances.

15. The terms of orthodontic appliances activation.




VII. INDEPENDENT AUDIENCE STUDENT WORK:

Student must by oneself (but under supervision of the teacher) examine the patient, make dental control and diagnostic models. They must make the anthropometric diagnostics of the models, differential diagnostic and suggest the final diagnosis.



VIII. QUESTIONS FOR SELF-CONTROL:

  1. Development of human’s dentognathic apparatus in age aspect.

  2. Periods of occlusion height formation.

  3. Embryogenesis of the oral cavity.

  4. Anatomic-physiological features of newborn’s oral cavity.

  5. Terms of temporary teeth eruption.

  6. Morphological and functional features of temporary teeth.

  7. Terms of permanent teeth eruption.

  8. Morpho-functional characteristic of orthognathic occlusion.


VIIІ. LITERATURE:

Educational: a) basic

b) additional
Methodical recommendations complited by: assist. Petruniv V.B.

Methodical recommendations translated by: assist. Mudryk N.P.

The methodic recommendations have been discussed and ratified at the meeting of the Department of Pediatric Dentistry

Protocol №___ from “____” ____________ 20___
Head of Department: M.D., prof. Melnychuk G.M.

METHODICAL ELABORATION

of practical lesson 23-24 for students

Orthodontics. Diagnostics of dentognathic anomalies and deformations”

based on the credit-module educational system

Contents module №3

Basic principles and methods of treatment of the dentognathic anomalies and deformations.
THEME: Theories of periodontal tissues rearrangement (Flurences’s, Kingsley-Walkgof’s, Oppenheim’s).

Faculty – dentistry, year – 3, semester – 6, amount of hours – 4.
I. ACTUALITY OF THE THEME: The orthodontics appliances of different mechanism of action are used in the case of orthodontic patients’ treatment. Therefore, to treat correctly orthodontic diseases dentist must know the principles of its build, activation and action.

II. EDUCATIONAL PURPOSE OF THE LESSON:


  1. To learn the main principles of orthodontic appliances action (=2).

  2. To know how to activate the orthodontic appliances (=3).

III. TO KNOW:

- method of patient’s examination;

- anatomical structure of the oral cavity;

- physiological and functional features of the oral cavity;

- classification of dentognathic anomalies and deformities.

IV. TO BE ABLE TO:

- make the patient’s examination;

- recognize the different group of teeth;

- recognize the organs of oral cavity;

- estimate the functions of oral cavity;

- make the orthodontic examination;

- make the final orthodontic diagnosis.

V. TASKS FOR INDEPENDENT OUT-OF-CLASS WORK:


  1. To get ready for the next lesson on the topic: “The modern theories of periodontal tissues rearrangement under the influence orthodontic appliances”.

  2. Write down in the copy book the changes in the periodontium tissues in the case of teeth transfer.

VI. CONTROL QUESTIONS:

1. Flurence’s theory of bone tissue rearrangement.

2. What is in the basis of Flurence’s theory?

3. Kingsley-Walkgof’s theory of bone tissue rearrangement.

4. What is in the basis of Kingsley-Walkgof’s theory?

5. Oppenheim’s theory of bone tissue rearrangemen.

6. What is in the basis of Oppenheim’s theory?

VII. INDEPENDENT AUDIENCE STUDENT WORK:

Student must by oneself (but under supervision of the teacher) examine the patient, make dental control and diagnostic models. They must make the anthropometric diagnostics of the models, differential diagnostic and suggest the final diagnosis.



VIII. QUESTIONS FOR SELF-CONTROL:

  1. The periods of dentognathic apparatus development.

  2. Dentognathic apparatus development in the prenatal period.

  3. Characteristics of the infant oral cavity.

  4. Anatomical and functional characteristic of physiological occlusions.

  5. The main stages of the masticatory apparatus.

  6. Dentognathic apparatus development in the embryonic period.

  7. Peculiarities of the infant oral cavity.

  8. Peculiarities of the jawbone growth in the different age periods.

  9. Peculiarities of the hard palate development.

VIIІ. LITERATURE:

Educational: a) basic

b) additional
Methodical recommendations complited by: assist. Petruniv V.B.

Methodical recommendations translated by: assist. Mudryk N.P.

The methodic recommendations have been discussed and ratified at the meeting of the Department of Pediatric Dentistry



Protocol №___ from “____” ____________ 20___
Head of Department: M.D., prof. Melnychuk G.M.
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