Dental Hygiene Anatomical Sciences
4 Credit Hours

This course encompasses the fundamental study of head and neck anatomy, postnatal development, structure of the teeth, facial, oral and tooth anatomy, the morphology of the teeth, identification of the teeth, their functions and occlusion. Instruction emphasizes peer interaction with dental nomenclature and the inspection of teeth and surrounding structures. Prerequisites: BIO-168 Human Anatomy and Physiology I w/ lab & BIO-173 Human Anatomy and Physiology II w/ lab. Co-requisite: DHY-163 Radiology.