DAT 102 : Dental Materials
This course is designed to study the characteristics, manipulation, and application of dental materials ordinarily used in the dental office. Students will be given intra and extra-oral technical tasks to perform. Upon completion, students should be able to take and pour alginate impressions, trim study models, construct custom trays and temporary crowns, prepare and place restorative material, and manipulate cements and impression materials.
Theory Contact Hours: 2
Skills Laboratory/Clinical Practice Contact Hours: 1
Admission to the Dental Assisting Program
DAT 100, DAT 101, DAT 103, and DAT 104
Program: Dental Assisting