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DEH1800L Dental Hygiene I Clinic

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3 credit hour(s) | Spring
Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  BSC2085 , BSC2085L , BSC2086 , BSC2086L , MCB2004 , MCB2004L , CHM1030 , ENC1101 , DEH1002 , DEH1002L .
Corequisite(s): DEH1800 .
Course material from DEH1800  applied in providing patient care in the dental hygiene clinic. Students receive instruction in providing dental hygiene care by various instructors in one-to-one teaching situations as well as one-to-five instructor to student ratios. Students progress individually in a competency-based learning approach for mastery of skills. Patients range in age from preschool to geriatric, with levels of difficulty in dental hygiene treatment cases ranging from healthy periodontal status to mild periodontitis with moderate levels of hard deposits and inflammatory states. Contact: 120 clock hours per semester. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. degree.


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