Dental Materials I

Course Overview

Course Code: DNTA-114

Department: Dental Assisting

Credit Hours: 3.00

Textbook Information: Bookstore website

A study of the physical and chemical properties and origin of dental materials, including the manufacturing process of specific materials. Dental materials is a science dealing with the development, properties, manipulation, care, evolution, and evaluation of materials used in the treatment and prevention of dental diseases. Through the understanding of how basic principles affect the choice, manipulation, patient education, and care of all materials used to assist in rendering dental services, the dental assistant can help ensure the ultimate success of a patient's dental work. Laboratory experiences are designed to develop competency in skills of manipulation and application of the materials to dental procedures. Prerequisite: Enrolled in Dental Assisting

Course Schedule


Term: Fall 2024

Section Name: DNTA-114-MC01D

Location: Main Campus

Available Seats: 3

Faculty Name: L. Schmidt, C. DeMange

Min Credits: 3.00


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