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SYLLABUS - II BDS

 
MATERIALS USED IN DENTISTRY - PAPER - I
1. Performance Standards for Dental Materials
2. Structure of Matter and Principles of Adhesion
3. Physical Properties of Dental Materials
4. Mechanical Properties of Dental Materials
5. Biocompatibility of Dental Materials
6. Hydrocolloid Impression Materials
7. Non-aqueous Elastomeric Impression Materials
8. Inelastic Impression Materials
9. Gypsum Products Chemistry of Setting, Basic Principles and Technical Considerations.
10. Chemistry of Synthetic Resins
11. Denture Base Resins Technical Considerations and Processing Techniques.
12. Restorative Resins
13. Bonding
14. Solidification and Microstructure of Metals
15. Constitution of Alloys
16. Corrosion
17. Dental Amalgam
Structures and Properties
18. Dental Amalgam
Technical Considerations
19. Direct Filling Gold and its Manipulation
20. Dental Casting Alloys
21. Inlay Casting Wax
22. Investments for Small Castings
23. Casting Procedures for Dental Alloys
24. Dental Cements for Restoration and Pulp Protection
25. Dental Cements for Bonding and luting Applications
26. Dental Ceramics.
27. Soldering
28. Wrought Base Metal and Gold Alloys
29. Dental Implants
30. Mechanics of Tooth cuttings, Burs & diamond points
31. Finishing and Polishing Materials
32. Dental Waxes
33. Welding.
34. Die Materials
MATERIALS USED IN DENTISTRY PRACTICALS:
MANIPULATION AND MIXING OF THE FOLLOWING DENTAL MATERIALS:
1. Dental Plaster
2. Dental Stone
3. Investments - All types.
4. Impression materials
a) Impression Compound
b) Reversible Hydrocolloids - heating and conditioning
c) Irreversible Hydrocolloids
d) Zinc Oxide Eugenol paste
e) Elastomeric Impression materials
5. Denture Base Materials
a) Heat cure acrylin resin
b) Cold cure acrylin resin
6. Cements
a) Zinc Oxide - Eugenol cement
b) Zinc Phospate cement
c) Zinc poly Carboxylate cement
d) Glass ionomer cement
e) Resin Cement
f) Silver Amalgam
DEMONSTRATION:
1. Welding
2. Soldering
3. Annealing
4. Pickling
5. Investing
6. Casting procedure
Photometry
Gastric, liver and renal function tests
GTT
Gastric analysis - total acids and free acids - clinical importance
 
HUMAN ORAL ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, HISTOLOGY & TOOTH MORPHOLOGY - PAPER III
i) Development and growth of face, teeth and jaws
ii) Development of enamel, dentine, cementum, pulp and periodontal membrane.
iii) Calcification of hard tissues of the teeth
iv) Microscopic anatomy of hard and soft tissues of the tooth and surrounding sturctures.
v) Microscopic anatomy of hard and soft tissues of the oral cavity such as lips, tongue, floor of the mouth, palate, salivary glands, alveolar bones etc.,
vi) Mastication and deglutition
vii) Age changes in teeth and surrounding structures.
viii) Shedding of the deciduous teeth
ix) Eruption of permanent teeth
x) Chronology of dentition
xi) Form and arrangement of teeth - occlusion.
xii) Functional anatomy of the oral cavity
xiii) Temperomandibular joint
xiv) Evolution of the jaws and teeth
xv) Chemical composition of teeth
xvi) Calcium, phosphorus and flouride metabolism
xvii) Effect of hormones on oral tissues
xviii) Influence of diet on oral structures
xix) Saliva
PRACTICAL: Carving of decidous and permanent teeth
Identification of the teeth
Microscopic appearance of normal oral soft & hard tissues
DEMONSTRATION
Preparation of Ground Sections of the teeth
Preparation of decalicified sections of hard tissues
Preparation of section of soft tissues
I. Tooth Morphology :
Carving of wax block for all upper & lower anterior teeth, Maxillary first premolar,first molar, mandibular second premolar & first and second molar.
x) Actinomycetes
xi) Basics of Virology
xii) Organisms causing tetanus, gas gangrene and dental caries
xiii) Common Parasites
xiv) Basics of immunology
xv) Blood - immunology
xvi) Vaccines and Sera
xvii) Pyaemia, Septicaemia and Toxaemia
xviii) Fungal infections
MICROBIOLOGY - PRACTICALS II B.D.S.
1. Gram Staining
2. Acid Fast Staining
3. Spotters
PATHOLOGY - PRACTICALS II B.D.S.
URINE EXAMINATION
Benedict’s Test
Test for Protein
Rothera’s Test
Ray’s Test
Smith’s Test
Benzadine Test
BLOOD
Blood counts: RBC, WBC, DLC
Immature Cells
SLIDES
Actinomycosis
Carcinoma
Ameloblastoma
Fibroma
Thrombosis
Haemangioma
Granulation Tissue
Ulcerations
Degeneration
Acute inflammation
Chronic inflammation
Pathology of liver, spleen, glands, lungs
Melanoma
Chondroma
Teratoma
Papilloma
Rhinosporidium
Filarial Lymphadenopathy
T.B. Lymphademopathy
Hodgkin’s disease
Atherosclerosis.
 
GENERAL & DENTAL PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS
(PAPER - III)
1. General Pharmacology
a) General prinicples of Pharmacology
b) Drug Receptors & Pharmacodynamics
c) Pharmacokinetics
d) Drug Biotransformation
e) Dosage forms and routes of drug administration
f) Adverse drug reactions
2. Drugs acting on Central Nervous System
a) General Anaesthetics
b) Sedatives - Hypnotics and Antianxiety Drugs
c) Analgesics
Narcotic
Non- Narcotic (NSAID)
d) Antiepiletic drugs
e) Analeptics
3. Drugs acting on Peripheral Nervous System
a) Cholinergic receptor stimulants
b) Cholinergic receptor Antagonists
c) Adrenergic receptor activating drugs
d) Local Anaesthetics
e) Skeletal muscle relaxants
4. Anti- infective Agents
a) Sulfonamides & Trimethoprim
b) Metronidazole & Tinidazole
c) Antibiotics
d) Cancer Chemotheraphy
5. Local anti - infective agents
Disinfectants and Antiseptics including antifungal and Antiviral agents.
6. Drugs acting on Cardiovascular System.
a) Drugs in Congestive Cardiac failure
b) Antihypertensive drugs
c) Vasodilators and Vasoconstrictors
d) Drug therapy of shock
e) Diuretics
7. Drugs acting on Haemopoetic System
a) Iron,Vitamin B12 & Folic acid
b) Haemostatic Agents & Anticoagulants
c) Fibrinolytic Agents and Antiplatelet drugs.
8. Drugs acting on the Endocrine System
a) Hypothalamic and Pituitary Hormones
b) Insulin and antidiabetic drugs
c) Thyroid and Anti-Thyroid drugs
d) Parathormone, Calcitonin, Calcium & Vitamin D
e) Adrenocorticosteroids
f) Sex Hormones
9. Autocoids
a) Histamine and Antihistaminics
b) Serotonin
c) Prostaglandins
10. Drugs acting on Gastro intestinal Tract
a) Emetics and Antiemetics
b) Antidiarrhoeal
c) Drugs used in Constipation
11. Drugs acting on Respiratory System
a) Bronchodilators
b) Antitussive Agents
12. Vitamins
13. Drugs Acting on Immune system
14. Miscellaneous Agents
a) Astringents
b) Obtundents
c) Mummifying Agents
d) Styptics
e) Disclosing solutions
f) Dentifrices & mouth washes
g) Bleaching agents.
15. Prescription writing.
16. Water electrolytes and drugs affecting renal function.
17. Nutritional supplement therapy.
18. Modern antibiotics
19. Oral contraceptives
20. Miscellaneous Therapeutic gases O2 & CO2.
21. Enzymes in therapy.
22. Drugs in pregnancy & new born
23. Chelating agents
24. Fluorides
PHARMACOLOGY - PRACTICALS
1. Preparation of Mouth washes
2. Preparation of gum paints
3. Analgesic powder
4. Dentrifices
5. Antiseptics
6. Pulp mummifying paste
7. Pulp capping agents
 
SYLLABUS FOR PRE-CLINICAL PROSTHODONTICS 1ST AND 2ND YEAR BDS DEGREE COURSE
Teaching pre-clinical prosthetics commences from the 1st year BDS
THEORY:
Weekly one session i.e., one hour theory class in basic complete denture Prosthodontics
PRACTICAL:
Weekly three sessions of practical class two hours duration.
TOTAL NO. OF THEORY AND PRACTICAL CLASSES
IN THE 1ST YEAR
There will be 40 Hrs theory class and 240 Hrs of practical classes.
PRACTICALS: EXERCISES:
1. One upper and one lower edentulous casts with alginate impression.
2. One upper, one lower edentulous casts using impression compound.
3. Marking anatomical land marks on the edentulous casts.
4. Special trays (Using shellac plate or acrylic resin materials)
5. Construction of record bases (using shellac base plate or acrylic).
6. Mounting of U/L Casts with occlusal rims in class I relation using fixed condylar path articulators.
7. Arrangement of teeth
8. Waxing, Carving & Polishing of wax setup.
9. Flasking, Dewaxing, Packing & Curing
10. Deflasking; Trimming & polishing of Acrylic Dentures.
II YEAR PRE-CLINICAL PROSTHODONTICS
Theory
Weekly one hour of theory classes on removable and fixed partial denture prosthodontics.
Practical:
Weekly one practical of removable prosthodontics and one for fixed partial denture prothodontics.
TOTAL NO.OF CLASSES:
Theory and Practical.
THEORY CLASSES: 40 hours of theory classes.
PRACTICAL:
2 session per week or 4 hours per week.
TOTAL:
160 hours of practical in the second BDS pre clinical prosthodontics course (i.e. 80 Hrs of practical for removable partial denture and 80 Hrs for crown and bridge prosthodontics.)
IInd YEAR PRACTICAL SYLLABUS:
1. Repair of Lower complete denture.
2. Relining and Re-basing of upper complete denture
3. Construction of Kennedy Class IV Acrylic partial denture.
4. Construction of Kennedy class I (Lower)
5. Construction of Kennedy class II cast partial denture (Frame Work only)
6. 3 C.D settings as preliminary training for University exams.
SYLLABUS FOR PRE CLINICAL CROWN AND BRIDGE PROSTHODONTICS
1. Preparation of Tooth for Jacket crown on Maxillary Anterior tooth.
2. Construction of jacket crown.
3. Preparation of Mandibular molar for full veneer crown.
4. Construction of full veneer crown.
II BDS Practical Prosthodontic Examination
No theory Examination
Internal Assessment - 30 marks
Viva voce - 20 marks
Practicals - 50 marks (minimum of 25 marks for a pass)
Total - 100 (minimum of 50 marks for a pass)
Practical duration 3 hours.
Candidates failing in Prosthodontics Practicals and Vivavoice and having passed other examinations of Dental Anatomy, Pathology and Pharmacology will not be permitted to join the III year BDS course.
 
SYLLABUS FOR PRE-CLINICAL CONSEVATIVE DENTISTRY & ENDODONTICS IInd YEAR BDS DEGREE COURSE
Teaching of preclinical conservative Dentitry & Endodontics commences from the beginning of II year B.D.S. Course.
THEORY:
1. Weekly one session - 1 hour duration on the subjects mentioned in  the list enclosed
PRACTICALS :
1. Weekly two sessions - 1 1/2 hour duration & 1 session 1/2 hour after 1 hour lecture.
Training on Plaster Blocks and Plaster models decided by Teaching Staff.
Training to be imparted to the students of II year B.D.S. on phantom head fitted with one Upper & Lower Jaw - Teeth either natural (Extrated teeth) or Teeth acrylic.
Phantom heads are provided to simulate the head & Jaws of the living patient. The teeth are treated by the student in the same way as they would a patient by making use of various hand instruments for retraction of the jaw, reflection of the light, and airotor handpiece with high speed cutting efficiency mounted with friction grip burs of standard recommended sizes.
They are also trained to use three-in-one syringe for washing & drying the prepared tooth cavity. The students are trained to arrange and use the hand cutting instruments as done by a Clincial Conservative Dentist.
Total number of Theory Classes - 30 hours
Number of Practicals Classes - 90 hours
The subject of Conservative Dentistry for the II year B.D.S.
LECTURE CLASSES:
1. Introduction to Operative Dentistry
2. Glossary & its Significance.
3. Tooth Designation & System Followed.
4. Classification of caries
5. Basic principles in cavity preparation
6. Instruments & Equipment for Tooth Preparation.
7. Cavity preparation for Amalgam.
8. Cavity preparation for Inlay
9. Tooth preparation for tooth coloured Materials
10. Matrices and Retainers
11. Deep caries Management
12. Introduction to Rootcanal Treatment and Pulpotomy.
13. Operators Position, and Chair Position for the Patient.
14. Basic aspects of sterilization of Instruments and Equipment
15. Basic aspects of management of various restorative materials.
(Amalgam, Cement, Glass Ionomer, Composites)
DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATIVE DENTISTRY
EXERCISES FOR PRECLINICAL TRAINING - II YEAR B.D.S.
Exercise I : Excavation of Deep Caries & : One Molar
Indirect Pulp capping Tooth - 1
Exercise II : Excavation of Deep Caries & : One Molar
Direct Pulp capping Tooth - 1
Exercise III : Pulpotomy : One Molar
Tooth -1
Exercise IV : Class I preparations to receive : One Lower
Silver Amalgam Molar -1
One Lower Molar with Buccal
Extension - 1
One Lower Premolar - 1.
One Upper Molar -1.
Exercise V : Class II preparation for Silver Amalgam.
One Lower Molar (Mesio Occlusal) - 1
One Lower Premolar (Disto Occlusal) -1
One Upper Molar (Disto Occlusal) -1
Exercise VI : Class III preparation for tooth Coloured Material
One Upper Central Incisor (Palatal Approach) -1
One Lower Central Incisor (Labial Approach) -1
Exercise VII : Class V Preparations One Upper Canine - (Tooth
coloured Material) -1
One Lower Molar (Amalgam)
Exercise VIII : Inlay Preparation
One Lower Molar (Mesio Occluso Distal) -1.
One Upper Molar (Occlusal) -1
Exercise IX : Access cavity preparation
One Upper Lateral Incistor -1
Exercise X : Demonstration on Fractured teeth
One Natural Central Incisor:
Restoration by light cure Material - 1
(Two session of 1 1/2 hours duration each & one session of 1/2 hour followed by lecture)
PRACTICAL CONSERVATIVE DENTISTRY & ENDODONTICS EXAMINATION
All II year B.D.S. students will complete their training at the end of one academic year and will appear for University Examination for completing of II year B.D.S. course
THERE WILL NOT BE ANY THEORY EXAMINATIONS
Internal Assessment - 30 marks
Practical Examination - 50 marks
(minimum of 25 marks for a pass)
Viva voce - 20 marks
Total - 100 marks
(Minimum of 50 marks for a pass)
Duration of the examination - 3 hours.
Candidates failing on Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics, Practicals and Vica voce and having passed other examinations Dental  Anatomy, Pathology and Pharmacology will not be permitted bt join the III year BDS course.
 


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