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This course of study continues to expand the student’s clinical development and knowledge of current theories. CLII is designed to integrate cognitive knowledge with practical applications of dental hygiene therapies. The primary focus of this course is to prepare the dental hygiene student for the appropriate protocols and techniques for successful periodontal therapies including advanced instrumentation, anxiety/pain control, periodontal and implant maintenance. The development of dental hygiene care plans for the medically, physically, and sensory challenged patient is discussed. Prerequisites: DH 100, DH 101, DH 102, DH 103, DH 104, DH 105, DH 106, DH 202, DH 209, DH 210, and DH211. Corequisites: DH 203, DH 206

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