DLT 120 - Dental Anatomy and Occlusion4
Course Description: This course offers a detailed study of the anatomical characteristics of the human dentition, the fundamentals of form and function of the oral cavity and its associated structures as they relate to dentistry, the occlusal schemes, and mandibular movements and positions. The lab portion will apply occlusal concepts to practical projects.
Note(s): Open to Dental Laboratory Technology Certificate or Degree program students only
Course Student Learning Outcomes:
- Recognize the shape and contour relationship of the normal dentition
- Discuss the relationships between teeth and the investing and supporting structures
- Produce anatomically correct models based on knowledge of the structure and function of the head, neck and oral cavity.
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