Dental Equipment

Tooth Morphology

  • This provides didactic instruction and laboratory exercises for dental assistants and dental hygientists. It will provide students with a thorough understanding of the morphology (form) and physiology (function) of the primary and permanent dentitions and head and neck structures:

    • Identify and correctly utilize dental terminology
    • Explain the location, composition, structure aand clinical importance of the tooth enamel, dentin, pulp, cementum, periodontal ligament, bone, alveolar process and head and neck landmarks
    • Identify each tooth and its landmarks 
    • Identify the dental arches, quadrants and occlusion

    Note! This course is prerequiste for EFDA 2018. If you are applying to EFDA 2018, your application will include this course.  

    Day: Class meets on January 22-24, 2018.  

    Time:   8:30am - 3:30am

    Total Hours: 21

    Cost:   $495.00 (Includes text, work book and materals) 

    Instructor:   Dr. Turner

    Location: 2 Educational Drive; Essex Junction, Vermont 

     * Must be a licensed dental assistant or dental hygientist with 6 months experience.