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13. Tumours-Dental Cyst. Odontome. Epulis.
Origin - Neuralgia.
15. Injuries-Fracture of Alveolus. Dislocation. Accidental Extraction. Infection of Wound.
16. Replantation. Transplantation. Implantation.
17. Fracture of Jaw-Treatment of loose fragments and broken teeth. Splints. Operative treatment.
18. General Hygiene of the Mouth and Teeth in relation to Health.
(b) CLINICAL DENTAL SURGERY.-Twenty-five lectures.
1. The Teeth-Definition, nomenclature, structure, form, surfaces, arrangement.
2. Sterilisation-Mouth, hands, instruments, &c.
3. Examination of the Teeth-Appliances, methods, removal of deposits, separating, records, &c.
4. Stages of Caries-Superficial, moderate, deep.
5. Exclusion of Moisture-Appliances, methods.
6. Preparation of Cavities-Opening, removing decay, shaping, sterilising.
7. Classification of Cavities-Simple cavities on exposed surfaces.
8. Classification of Cavities-Simple approximal cavities. 9. Classification of Cavities-Compound cavities.
10. Root Canals-Forms, treatment, filling.
11. Filling Materials-Gold, tin, amalgam, cement, gutta percha.
12. Cavity Linings-Indications for, materials.
13. Filling Cavities with gold and tin.
14. Filling Cavities with plastic materials.
15. Combination fillings.
16. Matrices -Forms, uses, dangers.
17. Porcelain inlays.
18. Bleaching of discoloured teeth.
19. Care and treatment of deciduous teeth.
(e) CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK.-Seventeen lectures.
Mr. W. Septimus Hinder, D.D.S.
FOR SECOND YEAR STUDENTS.
1. Application of crown and bridge work.
3. Selection of cases for crown work.
4. Treatment and preparation of roots for reception of the various forms of pivot crown.
5. Construction and mounting of porcelain and facing
6. Preparation of teeth for the adjustment of hollow metal
7. The hollow metal crown.
8. Porcelain faced hollow metal crown.
9. Seamless crowns.
10. Principles involved in the selection of cases for bridge work.
11. Construction and fitting of the various forms of fixed bridges.
12. Application to special cases.
13. Removable bridges.
14. Material and various methods employed in setting crown and bridge work.
(a) RUBBER AND CLEFT PALATE WORK.-Twenty lectures. Mr. H. S. Du Vernet, D.D.S.
FOR FIRST AND SECOND YEAR STUDENTS.
Preparation of the mouth.
Method of taking impressions, impression trays.
Articulators and Articulation.
Teeth for different temperaments.
Vulcanizable rubber and vulcanizing.
Repairing a vulcanite plate.
Description of celluloid, and the making of special models.
Method of flasking and heating.
Repairing a celluloid plate.
Hare lip, cleft of hard palate, cleft of soft palate.
Simple obturators, vela.
Difficult cases and their treatment explained.
(6) METAL WORK.-Twenty lectures.
Mr. A. C. Nathan, D.D.S., D.M.D.
1. The Laboratory-The equipment and arrangement.
3. The making and preparation of plaster models.
4. Appliances and forces utilised as a means of attachment. 5. Metallic dies and counter dies, moulding.
6. Swaged metallic plates.
7. Combination dentures.
8. Cast metal dentures.
9. Continuous gum dentures.
10. Hygienic relations.
(c) IRREGULARITIES OF THE TEETH.-Twenty lectures.
FOR SECOND YEAR STUDENTS.
1. Regularity and Irregularity defined.
3. Evils associated with Irregularity.
4. Advisability of correction and age at which to begin.
5. Movements to be produced.
6. Physiology of tooth movement.
7. Materials and methods.
9. Simple forms of Irregularity and their treatment.
10. Complicated forms of Irregularity and their treatment. 11. Relating to the correction of Irregularities as between dentist and patient.
Text Books Recommended.-Essig's and Kirk's American Text Books; Tomes and Burchard; Richardson's Mechanical Dentistry; Kingsley's Oral Deformities; Evans' Crown and Bridge Work; Guildford's Orthodontia ; Farrar's Irregularities; Dental Metallurgy, E. A. Smith (Churchill & Co.)
FACULTY OF LAW.
The following Regulations have been passed by the Senate :
1. A Class Examination shall be held at the end of each term by each member of the Teaching Staff in the subject matter of his lectures for the Term, and a report of the results of each examination shall be forwarded to the Registrar to be laid before the Faculty.
2. Every candidate for the degree of LL.B. shall be required to produce certificates from the Lecturer in Procedure and the Lecturer in Equity that he has during his law course attended in court and taken a satisfactory note of such cases as shall be approved of by the said lecturers.
68.-JURISPRUDENCE AND ROMAN LAW.
The Principles of Analytical Jurisprudence, the Theory of Legislation and the Early History of Legal Institutions.
Students are recommended to read the following books:-Austin Lectures, I., V., VI., and the Essay on the Uses of the Study of Jurisprudence ; T. E. Holland, Elements of Jurisprudence; Bentham, Theory of Legislation, by Dumont; Maine's Ancient Law, and chapters xii. and xiii. of the Early History of Institutions.
Reference may also be made to Maine's Early Law and Custom; and to Fitzjames Stephen's History of the Criminal Law, chapters ii., iii., xvii., xviii., xix. and xxxiv.
The Institutes of Justinian, Books I. and II.; Book III., Title 13 to end of Book; Book IV., Titles 1 to 5 inclusive.
Students are recommended to read Moyle's Institutes of Justinian.
69.-CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND INTERNATIONAL LAW. A.-CONSTITUTIONAL LAW.
Students will be expected to exhibit a general knowledge of the Law and Conventions of the English Constitution, and a more particular knowledge of the structure and working both of the Federal and State government in New South Wales.