Periodontology

Prof.Dr. Atilla Berberoğlu
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Güney Yılmaz
Course Code Course Name T U K
DPD 601 Motivation of Oral Hygiene Maintenance and Methods , Oral Hygiene Techniques, Training of a Patient, Depuration 3 0 3
DPD 603 Morphology and Physiology of Periodontium 3 0 3
DPD 604 Nonsurgical Periodontal Therapy 3 0 3
DPD 606 Etiology of Periodontal Diseases 3 0 3
DPD 607 Principles of Mucogingival Surgery 3 0 3
DPD 608 Pathogenesis of Periodontal Diseases 3 0 3
DPD 609 Contemporary Periodontal Surgery
Techniques
3 0 3
DPD 610 Epidemiology of Periodontal Diseases
and Epidemiological Research Methods
3 0 3
DPD 611 Long-Term Evaluation of Periodontal
Therapy
3 0 3
DPD 612 Periodontal Surgery Techniques (
Gingivectomy, Gingivoplasty- Flap)
3 0 3
DPD 613 Experimental Periodontal Diseases
and Therapy on Test Animals
1 0 1
DPD 614 Periodontal Tissues and Natural
Periodontal Diseases of Animals
1 0 1
DPD 615 Periodontal Approach in Dental Implants. Defining implant outcomes,factors that influence implant outcomes, bone augmentation. 1 0 1
DPD 616 Acute Periodontal Conditions
(injuries) and Therapies
1 0 1
DPD 617 Benign and Malign Tumors of
Periodontium
1 0 1
DPD 618 Chemical Dental Plaque Elimination 1 0 1
DPD 619 Orthodontic Therapy for the Periodontal-Restorative Patient 1 0 1
DPD 620 Restoration of the Periodontally Compromised Dentition 1 0 1
DPD 621 Locally Acting Oral Chemotherapeutic
Agents
1 0 1
DPD 622 Diagnostic Criteria Of the diagnosis of
periodontal diseases
2 0 2
DPD 623 Biomaterials Used in Periodontology 1 0 1
DPD 624 Clinical Research Methods in
Periodontology
1 0 1
DPD 625 In-Vitro Evaluation of Functional
Forces on Periodontal Tissues
1 0 1
DPD 626 In-Vitro Evaluation of Effects of
Biomechanics on Diseased Periodontal Tissues
1 0 1
DPD 627 Old age and Periodontal Health 2 0 2
DPD 628 Effects of Periodontal Infection on
Systemic Health
2 0 2
DPD 601 Microbiology of Periodontal Diseases 1 0 1
DPD 630 Patient Selection for Oral
Implantology and Use of Diagnostic Devices
1 0 1
DPD 631 Dental Implant Practice 1 0 1
DPD 632 Dental Implant Maintenance 1 0 1
DPD 633 Diagnosis and Therapy of Periimplantitis 1 0 1
DPD 800 Biostatistics 1 0 1
DPD 801 Research Methods 1 0 1
DPD 802 Ergonomics 1 0 1

DPD 601
Motivation of oral hygiene maintenance and methods. This course covers oral hygiene techniques,training of a patient, depuration

DPD 603
Morphology and physiology of periodontium. The course explores gingiva
(clinical features and microscopic features, functions), tooth-supporting
structures (microscopic features, architectural integrity and functions)

DPD 604
Nonsurgical Periodontal Therapy. The course content mainly includes
instrumentation, including sharpening and non-surgical therapy

DPD 606
Etiology of Periodontal Diseases. Basic concepts in biofilm and bacterial
interactions, Immunity and Inflammation: Basic Concepts. Microbial
interactions with the host in periodontal diseases, the role of dental
calculus and other predisposing factors, leukocytes role in periodontal
pathology.

DPD 607
Principles of Mucogingival Surgery. This course explores the original
rationale for mucogingival surgery and the evolution of the philosophies
of increasing the zone of attached gingiva and root coverage. The
various therapeutic modalities to achieve a functional esthetic
mucogingival complex are presented

DPD 608
Pathogenesis of Periodontal Diseases. This course covers stage I
gingivitis: The initial lesion to stage IV gingivitis: The advanced lesion
and microscopies.

DPD 609
Contemporary Periodontal Surgery Techniques. This course explores
micro surgery, reconstructive surgical techniques, grafts and biologic
mediators and lasers in periodontics.

DPD 610
Epidemiology of Periodontal Diseases and Epidemiological Research
Methods. The course content includes periodontal conditions typically
measured clinically. Challenges in obtaining epidemiologic measures of
periodontal conditions and diseases. Epidemiologic study designs.

DPD 611
Long-Term Evaluation of Periodontal Therapy. Basic concepts in
response to therapeutic modalities

DPD 612
Periodontal Surgery Techniques ( Gingivectomy, Gingivoplasty- Flap).
The course content includes gingivectomy gingivoplasti, gingivectomy
by electrosurgery, laser gingivectomy, gingivectomy by chemosurgery.
Classification of flaps, design, incisions, elevation, healing and suturing
techniques

DPD 613
Experimental Periodontal Diseases and Therapy on Test Animals. This
course explores animal models are needed to objectively evaluate the
pathogenesis of human periodontal disease and its various treatment
modalities and evaluate animal models as well as to discuss the
advantages and limitations of these models.

DPD 614
Periodontal Tissues and Natural Periodontal Diseases of Animals. The
aim of the course is to know the periodontal tissues in animal models
and to evaluate the pathogenesis and natural course of the periodontal
disease in these animals

DPD 615
Periodontal Approach in Dental Implants. Defining implant outcomes,
factors that influence implant outcomes, bone augmentation.

DPD 616
Acute Periodontal Conditions (injuries) and Therapies. The course
content mainly includes treatment of acute necrotizing ulcerative
gingivitis, acute pericoronitis, acute herpetic gingivostomatitis and additional treatment considerations

DPD 617
Benign and Malign Tumors of Periodontium. Differential diagnosis and
therapy is stressed in this course.

DPD 618
Chemical Dental Plaque Elimination. The purpose of the course is to
review, expand upon and present, in much more detail on supra and sub
gingival irrigation, chemical plaque control with oral rinses, other
product.

DPD 619
Orthodontic Therapy for the Periodontal-Restorative Patient.The course
content includes preorthodontic osseous surgery, orthodontic treatment
of osseous defects, orthodontic treatment of gingival discrepancies.

DPD 620
Restoration of the Periodontally Compromised Dentition

DPD 621
Locally Acting Oral Chemotherapeutic Agents

DPD 622
Diagnostic Criteria Of the diagnosis of periodontal diseases.
Conventional and advanced techniques

DPD 623
Biomaterials Used in Periodontology.

DPD 624
Clinical Research Methods in Periodontology. In this course, each
student is assigned responsibility to review selected articles from dental,
medical and scientific journals. Articles which are considered pertinent
are selected by the course director and subsequently discussed. The
course is designed to complement the Classical Literature Review and
enables students to keep abreast of current developments in
Periodontics

DPD 625
In-Vitro Evaluation of Functional Forces on Periodontal Tissues. The
course content includes maxillary/mandibular interrelationships,
concepts of physiologic versus pathologic occlusion, methods and
philosophies of occlusal equilibration and diagnosis and treatment of
temporomandibular-craniomandibular syndrome.

DPD 626
In-Vitro Evaluation of Effects of Biomechanics on Diseased Periodontal
Tissues

DPD 627
Old age and Periodontal Health. The aging periodontium. Functional and
clinical changes. Xerostomia and candiasis.

DPD 628
Effects of Periodontal Infection on Systemic Health. Pathobiology of
periodontitis, focal infection theory revisited, periodontal disease and
stroke and diabetes.

DPD 629
Microbiology of Periodontal Diseases. Periodontal microflora, biofilm and
bacterial interactions, saliva and gingival crevicular fluid, the oral cavity
from a microbe’s perspective, bacteria and their biofilm mode of living

DPD 630
Patient Selection for Oral Implantology and Use of Diagnostic Devices.
This course is attended by Periodontics postgraduates. When patients
are accepted for implant therapy, they are assigned to a surgical
resident for conjoint treatment planning and treatment. The course
material includes ideal treatment plans, as well as various alternatives,
including medications and contraindications to implant therapy

DPD 631
Dental Implant Practice. This course is given to postgraduate students in
Periodontics.
1. The historical development of dental implants
2. The biologic basis for dental implants and principles of implant biomaterials and bioengineering
3. Indications and contraindications for implants of various designs and
characteristics
4. The prosthetic requirements of dental implants
5. Presurgical examination and treatment planning
6. Surgical placement and postoperative maintenance-aseptic technique
7. Evaluation of peri-implant tissues and the management of implant
complications
8. Maintenance of implants
9. The appropriate sterile or aseptic technique for the placement of

DPD 632
Dental Implant maintenance. Post-operative management, immediate
postop care and management of surgical complications.

DPD 633
Diagnosis and Therapy of Peri-implantitis. Aetiology and pathogenesis of
peri-implant infections. Diagnosis, prevention and management of periimplant
infections.

DPD 800
Biostatistics. Measuring the occurrence of conditions or diseases

DPD 801
Research Methods. Each resident is required to carry out an original
research project in a periodontally related field. This may be laboratory,
animal or clinical research.Randomized controlled trials, cohort studies,
case-control studies.

DPD 802
Ergonomics. Ergonomics and health implications for periodontics.
Consequences of poor ergonomics.