DAT 103 : Anatomy and Physiology for Dental Assisting

This course is designed to study dental anatomy and the structure of the head and neck with a basic understanding of body structure and function. Emphasis will be placed on tooth and root morphology, and embryological and histological correlations will provide a foundation essential to an understanding of dental health. Upon completion, students should be able to discuss and identify the basic structure and function of the human body specifically the head, neck, and dentition.

Prerequisites

Admission to Dental Assisting Program

Corequisites

DAT 100, DAT 101, DAT 102, and DAT 104

Overview

Program

Credits

3