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Periodontology 271


 
Module code PDL 271
Qualification Undergraduate
Faculty Faculty of Health Sciences
Module content

This module is a continuation of Periodontology 171 and will provide the oral hygiene student with knowledge of:
• Periodontal diseases
• Pathogenesis of periodontal diseases
• Implantology
• Surgical procedures
The module will also enable the oral hygiene student to:
• Compile, exercise and evaluate a comprehensive and effective preventive, therapeutic and maintenance plan for the periodontal patient
• Actively participate in the prevention, treatment and maintenance of periodontal conditions

Module credits 11.00
NQF Level 06
BOH
Prerequisites ELH 121, ELH 122, AIM 101, ACO 171, ANA 171, FAR 171, FLG 171, GMB 171, MDB 171, ODO 171, ORD 171, PDL 171, TBW 171, VKM 171, NHS 171
Contact time 1 discussion class per week for 4 weeks, 1 practical per week for 30 weeks, 2 lectures per week for 16 weeks
Language of tuition Module is presented in English
Department Periodontics and Oral Medicine
Period of presentation Year

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