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Dental Hygiene (DHYG)
Principles and techniques of clinical dental hygiene with emphasis on preventive dentistry; laboratory and preclinical experience in techniques of complete oral prophylaxis services; and clinical application thereof.
|23006D||007||Lecture||TBA||20 of 60||Michaela Nguyen|
Study of etiology, risk factors and preventive management of periodontal disease and dental caries. Setting up community and individual preventive oral health care programs.
|23007D||007||Lecture||TBA||20 of 60||M. Melrose|
Application of advanced techniques with emphasis on increased proficiency in skills: principles of prevention; periodontal examination; root planing; soft tissue curettage; local anesthesia; inhalation sedation.
|23000D||043||6.0||Lecture||TBA||28 of 50||Lupe Arevalo|
Advanced dental hygiene techniques: treatment, referral and maintenance of the advanced periodontitis patient emphasizing treatment planning and patient managment.
|23001D||043||Lecture||TBA||28 of 50||Joyce Sumi|
A review of the moral, legal, and ethical responsibilities of the dental hygienist. Other topics: securing a position, dental economics, taxes, insurance, and human relationships in the dental office. Lecture, 1 hour.
|23003D||043||Lecture||TBA||28 of 50||M. Melrose|
Strategies for implementation and evaluation of community health programs.
|23048D||043||Lecture||TBA||28 of 60||M. Melrose,|
The Fall 2020 semester will begin with fully remote instruction, with limited exceptions for clinical education. Faculty will contact students to provide information to login to classes. Read more.