Course Title: Insert and issue a completed removable dental prosthesis

Part B: Course Detail

Teaching Period: Term1 2020

Course Code: DENT5854C

Course Title: Insert and issue a completed removable dental prosthesis

School: 174T School of VE Engineering, Health & Science

Campus: City Campus

Program: C6157 - Advanced Diploma of Dental Prosthetics

Course Contact: Rachael Starr

Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9341 1420

Course Contact Email: rachael.starr@rmit.edu.au


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Nominal Hours: 100

Regardless of the mode of delivery, represent a guide to the relative teaching time and student effort required to successfully achieve a particular competency/module. This may include not only scheduled classes or workplace visits but also the amount of effort required to undertake, evaluate and complete all assessment requirements, including any non-classroom activities.

Pre-requisites and Co-requisites

Assumed knowledge and skills from the successful completion of the Diploma of Dental Technology.

Course Description

This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to insert, alter and issue a completed removable dental prosthesis for dentate and edentulous patients. 

This unit applies to work in dental prosthetics.

 

 


National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria

National Element Code & Title:

HLTDEP006 Insert and issue a completed removable dental prosthesis

Element:

2. Check the removable dental prosthesis prior to insertion

Performance Criteria:

2.1 Decontaminate the completed removable dental prosthesis according to infection control guidelines 2.2 Remove potential injury-causing areas of the prosthesis prior to insertion 2.3Interpret advice from laboratory on fitting procedures and potential problems

Element:

3. Fit and evaluate the prosthesis

Performance Criteria:

3.1 Position the patient comfortably for the procedure 3.2 Instruct the patient on participation during the procedure 3.3 Examine the prosthesis for retention and stability 3.4 Check the fitting surfaces of the appliance and ensure there are no sharp ridges or acrylic pearls 3.5 Place denture in the mouth and assess that no over-extensions occur along the periphery of the dentures 3.6 Confirm that the occlusal relationships are acceptable 3.7 Assess aesthetics of removable dental prosthesis 3.8 Assess phonetics of removable dental prosthesis 3.9 Assess patient comfort of removable dental prosthesis

Element:

4. Alter prosthesis

Performance Criteria:

4.1 Use materials and equipment required to carry out alterations in accordance with manufacturers' instructions 4.2 Alter the fitting surface when pressure is indicated or when discrepancies to retention and stability are found 4.3 Adjust occlusion of the prosthesis using occlusal indicator materials where required 4.4 Complete documentation

Element:

5. Evaluate procedure and instruct the patient

Performance Criteria:

5.1 Discuss hygiene and maintenance instructions for the removable dental prosthesis and supporting structures with the patient or carer 5.2 Provide advice on necessary follow up treatment to patient or carer 5.3 Reach mutual agreement that all outcomes of the treatment have been fulfilled

Element:

1. Prepare patient for procedure

Performance Criteria:

1.1 Prepare personal protective equipment for the patient and members of the dental team 1.2 Position patient correctly for procedure 1.3 Provide full details of the procedure to the patient or carer and confirm consent to follow treatment plan 1.4 Prepare equipment and materials in accordance with manufacturers' instructions


Learning Outcomes


 You will be involved in the following learning activities to meet requirements for this competency:

- Face to Face classes

- Simulated Workplace Learning

- Online learning

- Other forms of structured teaching and learning

You will be observed and assessed through your planned activities throughout the duration of the course.

 

On completion of this course, you should be able to:

1. Prepare patient for procedure             

2. Check the removable dental prosthesis prior to insertion

3. Fit and evaluate the prosthesis 

4. Alter prosthesis 

5. Evaluate procedure and instruct the patient 


Details of Learning Activities

You will learn through a number of planned activities to meet the requirements of this competency :-

face to face classes - theory and Practical /power point and video ,class discussion,student to give class  presentations

simulated workplace Learning - equipment and PPE requirements for this unit

 online learning - through Canvas

clinical placement -DHSV 2nd fl. - working with patients from DHSV under supervision of demonstrator

 You will be observed and and assessed throughout the duration of the course regarding student  skills and knowledge required to insert, alter and issue a completed removable dental prosthesis for dentate and edentulous patients. 


Teaching Schedule

Delivered in classroom workshops, simulated clinic and clinical placement.  Schedules vary from group to group so your schedule will be posted online

Refer to Canvas for class schedule

ourse Schedule:   "Insert and issue a completed removable dental prosthesis - HLTDEP006".                                                    Term 1: 2020               4th Semester

Week

Topic

Readings and Activities

Assessment

Unit(s) of Competency

Elements and Performance Criteria

Week 2

20 Feb.

2020

Introduction to course schedules

Theory

PM

Reading: Prosthetic Treatment of Edentulous Patient -Course text, chpt. 12

Activity: Exploring course schedules and discussion.Theory - Fitting Dentures /

power point.

 Theory -preparation

HLTDEP006

1-5

Week 2

21 Feb. 2020

Clinic

AM-PM

 

Clinical Log book

Activity: Ensure procedure adhered to 

 

Written Case History

HLTDEP006

1-5

Week  5

12 March  2020

Theory

PM

Reading:Prosthetic Treatment of Edentulous Patient -Course text, chpt. 12

Activity: Developing plans and peer review

Theory -preparation

HLTDEP006

1-5

Week 5

AM

13 March  2020

Clinic

AM-PM

Clinical Logbook

Activity: Content organisation and assessment preparation

Written Case History

HLTDEP006

1-5

Week  8

09 April 2020

Theory

PM

Reading:Prosthetic Treatment of Edentulous Patient -Course text, chpt. 12

Activity: Class Activity

 Task 1 .  Knowledge  Assessment Task

 

Due: PM

HLTDEP006

1-5

Week  8

03 April 2020

Clinic

AM-PM

Activity:Clinical Logbook

Written Case History

HLTDEP006

1-5

Break

2020

Break

Break - EASTER

 Break

HLTDEP006

1-5

Week  15

21 May

 2020

THEORY

Reading:Prosthetic Treatment of Edentulous Patient -Course text, chpt. 12

Activity: Class Activity

Activity: Class Activity

Face to Face

HLTDEP006

1-5

Week  15

22 May

 2020

CLINIC

Activity:Clinical Logbook

Reading:Prosthetic Treatment of Edentulous Patient -Course text, chpt. 12

Written Case History

HLTDEP006

1-5

Week  19

PM

4 June

2020

Theory

Reading: Course text,  chapter-12

Activity: Tips and tricks showcase

Clinical lab work.preparation for ADC Assessment

    

HLTDEP006

1-5

Week  19

AM - PM

5 June

 2020

Clinic

Activity:Clinical Logbook

Assessment Task 2: Practical Assessment Task 2  -Insert a Dental prosthesis :- 5 patients- 2 F/F , 2 partial & incorporating reline or re base, denture repair or addition.Log book as proof of clinical 240 hrs.

  • Due today.


Learning Resources

Prescribed Texts


References


Other Resources

Prosthetic treatment of the edentulous patient     Basker,Davenport and Tomlin


Overview of Assessment

The candidate must show evidence of the ability to complete tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit, manage tasks and manage contingencies in the context of the job role. There must be evidence that the candidate has completed the following tasks:

• performed the activities outlined in the performance criteria of this unit during a period of at least 240 hours of work in a clinical dental workplace environment

• followed procedures to ensure the safety of 4 patients during preparation, insertion and removal of completed prosthesis

• assessed the functional and aesthetic acceptability for at least 4 patients including:

  • 2 complete maxillary and mandibular dentures
  • and any 4 dentures of the following, 2 of which must be partial dentures:
    • complete maxillary or mandibular denture opposing partial maxillary or mandibular denture
    • opposing partial maxillary and mandibular dentures
    • partial maxillary or mandibular denture opposing natural dentition

• assessed the functional and aesthetic acceptability for at least 1 patient for one of the following:

  • relines or rebases
  • repairs and/or additions to existing dentures.

To be deemed competent you must demonstrate an understanding of all aspects required of the competency.   Regular attendance is necessary.  Assessment methods have been designed to measure your achievement of each competency in a flexible manner over multiple tasks and consist of theory and practical based tasks.

  


Assessment Tasks

Assessment Task 1: Knowledge Assessment - open book assessment- All questions to be answered correctly to achieve Satisfactory

Assessment Task 2:  Practical Assessment -

The student will be required to performed the activities outlined in the performance criteria of this unit during a period of at least 240 hours of work in a clinical dental workplace environment.

To see 5 patients during preparation, insertion and removal of completed prosthesis and to assess the functional and aesthetic acceptability for at least 5 patients including:

2 complete maxillary and mandibular dentures

2 of which must be partial dentures

1 for reline/ re base or repair/denture addition

240 Hrs. evidenced by clinical log book

 


Assessment Matrix

The assessment tasks listed in this course guide address all the elements and criteria of the requirements of this course. 

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