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Dental Hygiene: Chapter 9
American National Standards Institute…
Autoclave
Biologic Indicators (BIs)
Centers for Disease Control and Preven…
Private nonprofit organization that oversees the development…
The most common method of heat sterilization in the dental of…
The highest level of verification of sterilization. They use…
One of eight federal public health agencies within the U.S. D…
American National Standards Institute…
Private nonprofit organization that oversees the development…
Autoclave
The most common method of heat sterilization in the dental of…
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Introduction to Dental Hygiene - Chapter 9
size 4 film (2-1/4" x 3")
Headplate
particle carrying electrical charge
digital sensor used for immediate image
occlusal
Cephalometric X-ray
ion
CCD
size 4 film (2-1/4" x 3")
occlusal
Headplate
Cephalometric X-ray
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Chapter 9 Intro to Dental Hygiene: Personal, Medical, and Dental Histories
Allergy:
Antibiotic premedication:
Bacteremia:
Drug interaction:
state of abnormal and individual hypersensitivity acquired th…
provision of an effect antibiotic before invasive clinical pr…
presence of microbes in the bloodstream.
a change in the effect of one drug when a second drug is intr…
Allergy:
state of abnormal and individual hypersensitivity acquired th…
Antibiotic premedication:
provision of an effect antibiotic before invasive clinical pr…
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Dental Hygiene Chapter 4
Granuloma
Granulomatous disease
Incubation period
Malaise
A tumorlike mass of infammatory tissue consisting of a centra…
A disease characterized by the formation of granulomas.
The period between the infection of an individual by a pathog…
A vague, indefinite feeling of discomfort, debilitation, or l…
Granuloma
A tumorlike mass of infammatory tissue consisting of a centra…
Granulomatous disease
A disease characterized by the formation of granulomas.
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Chapter 9 Intro to Dental Hygiene: Personal, Medical, and Dental Histories
Allergy:
Antibiotic premedication:
Bacteremia:
Drug interaction:
state of abnormal and individual hypersensitivity acquired th…
provision of an effect antibiotic before invasive clinical pr…
presence of microbes in the bloodstream.
a change in the effect of one drug when a second drug is intr…
Allergy:
state of abnormal and individual hypersensitivity acquired th…
Antibiotic premedication:
provision of an effect antibiotic before invasive clinical pr…
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Dental Hygiene Oral Pathology Chapter 5
Ankyloglossia
Anodontia
Concrescence
Congenital
extensive adhesion of the tongue to the floor of the mouth or…
congenital lack of teeth
two adjacent teeth are joined by cementum
present at and existing at birth
Ankyloglossia
extensive adhesion of the tongue to the floor of the mouth or…
Anodontia
congenital lack of teeth
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Dental Hygiene Pathology Chapter 1
sessile
pedunculated
papule
corrugated
base of a lesion that is flat or broad instead of stemlike
attached by a stemlike or stalklike base similar to that of a…
small, circumscribed lesion usually less than 1 cm in diamete…
wrinkled
sessile
base of a lesion that is flat or broad instead of stemlike
pedunculated
attached by a stemlike or stalklike base similar to that of a…
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dental hygiene lecture chapter 9/10 key terms
allergy
antibiotic premedication
bacteremia
drug interaction
state of abnormal and individual hypersensitivity acquired th…
provision of an effective antibiotic before invasive clinical…
presence of microorganisms in the bloodstream
a change in the effect of one drug when a second drug is intr…
allergy
state of abnormal and individual hypersensitivity acquired th…
antibiotic premedication
provision of an effective antibiotic before invasive clinical…
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Dental Hygiene Wilkins Chapter 5
standard precautions
personal protective equipment
order of placement
immunizations required
Organized system for exposure control... Written exposure contro…
Barrier for the clinician in the dental healthcare setting.…
1. lab coat... 2. mask... 3. eye wear... 4. gloves
hepatitis B, influenza, measles, mumps, rubella, & varicella-…
standard precautions
Organized system for exposure control... Written exposure contro…
personal protective equipment
Barrier for the clinician in the dental healthcare setting.…
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Dental Hygiene Wilkins Chapter 6
Three goals of infection control
Decontamination methods
Sanitization
Disinfection
-Eliminate cross-contamination... -Prevent risk of exposure... -App…
-Sanitization... -disinfection... -sterlization
Lowest level of safety
Destroys the majority of recognized pathogenic MO's
Three goals of infection control
-Eliminate cross-contamination... -Prevent risk of exposure... -App…
Decontamination methods
-Sanitization... -disinfection... -sterlization
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Fundamental of Dental Hygiene Class 1 - chapter 9, Regulatory compliance and prevention of disease transmision
What should be our goal when it comes…
Government Agencies
MSDS (now SDS)
Material Safety Data Sheets
provide the highest level of sterile procedures... must be possi…
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)- mission is to promote heal…
Material Safety Data Sheets
-A material safety data sheet (MSDS) is a form containing dat…
What should be our goal when it comes…
provide the highest level of sterile procedures... must be possi…
Government Agencies
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)- mission is to promote heal…
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Dental Hygiene - Wilkins, Chapter 1
ADHA
ADHP
CDHA
CEU
American Dental Hygienists' Association
Advanced Dental Hygiene Practitioner
Canadian Dental Hygienists' Association
Continuing education unit; 1 unit commonly refers to 1 clock…
ADHA
American Dental Hygienists' Association
ADHP
Advanced Dental Hygiene Practitioner
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Dental Hygiene: Wilkins chapter 4
Aerosol
Microbial aerosol
Anergy
Antibody
an artificially generated collection of particles suspended i…
suspension of particles in the air that consists partially or…
diminished reactivity to specific antigens; inability to reac…
a soluble protein molecule produced and secreted by body cell…
Aerosol
an artificially generated collection of particles suspended i…
Microbial aerosol
suspension of particles in the air that consists partially or…
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Dental Hygiene V - Chapter 27 - Dentifrices, Mouthrinses,
Toothbrushing... Rinsing... Irrigation
Preventive... Therapeutic... Cosmetic
Reduction of biofilm... Reduction of ging…
Reduction of dental caries... Reduction o…
Chemotherapeutics use in self care have the following deliver…
The benefits of local delivery systems for chemotherapeutics…
The Preventive and therapeutic benefits of Dentrifices are:
The benefits of using a dentifrice include:
Toothbrushing... Rinsing... Irrigation
Chemotherapeutics use in self care have the following deliver…
Preventive... Therapeutic... Cosmetic
The benefits of local delivery systems for chemotherapeutics…
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Dental Hygiene: Pathology Chapter 2 Inflammation and Repair
Abscess
Acute
Atrophy
Central
A collection of purulent exudate that has accumulated in a ca…
Of short duration or of short and relatively severe course
The decrease in size and function of a cell, tissue, organ, o…
Indicates that the lesion is within bone
Abscess
A collection of purulent exudate that has accumulated in a ca…
Acute
Of short duration or of short and relatively severe course
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FON chapter 9 hygiene
Room temperature in hospital room
Hygiene
Bathing safety
Sitz bath
Should be 68 to 74 F (20 to 23 C)
Promoted medical asepsis (inhibits growth and spread of micro…
Never leave patient alone, make sure call light is within rea…
-Cleanses and aids in reducing inflammation of the PERINEAL &…
Room temperature in hospital room
Should be 68 to 74 F (20 to 23 C)
Hygiene
Promoted medical asepsis (inhibits growth and spread of micro…
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Chapter 9 Hygiene
hygiene
personal hygiene
medical asepsis
pathogenic
the principles of health. includes care of not only the skin…
the self-care measures people use to maintain health and prev…
also known as clean technique
disease producing
hygiene
the principles of health. includes care of not only the skin…
personal hygiene
the self-care measures people use to maintain health and prev…
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Dental Hygiene Chapter 11
What components make up the periodonti…
What is the function of the periodonti…
Which parts of the oral mucosa are ker…
What are Sharpey's fibers and where ar…
gingiva, cementum, PDL, alveolar bone
surround and attach teeth to bone... provides support, protectio…
attached gingiva, hard palate, labial aspect of free gingiva
ends of PDL fibers that are embedded in the cementum and alve…
What components make up the periodonti…
gingiva, cementum, PDL, alveolar bone
What is the function of the periodonti…
surround and attach teeth to bone... provides support, protectio…
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Dental Assisting Chapter 9
Furcation
Pit
Apex
Apical Foramen
Dividing point of a multirooted tooth
Place where the grooves come together or the fissures cross.…
At or near the end of the root
Opening in the end of the tooth through which nerve and blood…
Furcation
Dividing point of a multirooted tooth
Pit
Place where the grooves come together or the fissures cross.…
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Fundamentals of Dental Hygiene Chapter 1
Dental Hygienist
Roles of a Dental Hygienist
ADHA
ADHP
A licensed primary healthcare professional, oral health educa…
Clinician, educator, researcher, administrator/manager, and a…
American Dental Hygienists' Association
Advanced Dental Hygiene Practitioner
Dental Hygienist
A licensed primary healthcare professional, oral health educa…
Roles of a Dental Hygienist
Clinician, educator, researcher, administrator/manager, and a…
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Introduction of Dental Hygiene - Chapter 7
incipient caries
dysphagia
cheilosis
cellulitis
beginning decay
difficulty in swallowing
inflammation of the lips
infection in cellular or connective tissue
incipient caries
beginning decay
dysphagia
difficulty in swallowing
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FON chapter 9 hygiene
Room temperature in hospital room
Hygiene
Bathing safety
Sitz bath
Should be 68 to 74 F (20 to 23 C)
Promoted medical asepsis (inhibits growth and spread of micro…
Never leave patient alone, make sure call light is within rea…
-Cleanses and aids in reducing inflammation of the PERINEAL &…
Room temperature in hospital room
Should be 68 to 74 F (20 to 23 C)
Hygiene
Promoted medical asepsis (inhibits growth and spread of micro…
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Introduction to Dental Hygiene - Chapter 5
etiology
fungus
droplet infection
pathology
study of the cause of a disease
division of plants, includes molds, slimes
method of airborne carriage of germs
study of disease
etiology
study of the cause of a disease
fungus
division of plants, includes molds, slimes
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Fundamentals Chapter 9 Hygiene
Alopecia
Apocrine Glands
Bactericidal
Callus
Hair Loss
Sweat glands that are located in the axillae and anogenital a…
Bacteria-Killing
Thickened portion of epidermis
Alopecia
Hair Loss
Apocrine Glands
Sweat glands that are located in the axillae and anogenital a…
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Introduction to Dental Hygiene - Chapter 3
microdontia
odontology
exfoliate
heterodont
unusually small teeth
study of teeth and their form
scale off, shed
teeth of various shapes
microdontia
unusually small teeth
odontology
study of teeth and their form
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chapter 3 vocab. dental hygiene
Aperature
Arch
Articulation
Bones
Opening or orifice in bone
Prominent bridgelike bony structure
Area where bones are joined to each other
Mineralized structures of the bony protecting internal soft t…
Aperature
Opening or orifice in bone
Arch
Prominent bridgelike bony structure
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Introduction to Dental Hygiene - Chapter 4
pedodontist
PFI
Shank
cotton forceps
specialist who performs children's dentistry
instrument used to carve pliable restorative material
connects instrument handle to working end
dressing pliers
pedodontist
specialist who performs children's dentistry
PFI
instrument used to carve pliable restorative material
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Chapter 15 Nutrition for Dental Hygiene
Age related macular degeneration
Atrophic gastritis
Dysphagia
Genomics
(AMD) deterioration in the central area of the retina (back o…
chronic stomach inflammation with atrophy of the mucous membr…
difficulty in swallowing.
scientific discipline of mapping, sequencing, and analyzing t…
Age related macular degeneration
(AMD) deterioration in the central area of the retina (back o…
Atrophic gastritis
chronic stomach inflammation with atrophy of the mucous membr…
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Chapter 13 Nutrition for Dental Hygiene
Anencephaly
Atrophic gingivitis
Dysesthesia
Erythropoiesis
Absence of a major portion of the brain and skull.
Condition characterized by redness, pain, and wasting of the…
Condition in which a burning sensation is produced by ordinar…
Formation of red blood cells.
Anencephaly
Absence of a major portion of the brain and skull.
Atrophic gingivitis
Condition characterized by redness, pain, and wasting of the…
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Introduction to Dental Hygiene - Chapter 2
rugae
fauces
philtrum
superior oris
irregular folds on palate surface
constricted opening leading from the mouth
groove on external middle surface of upper lip
upper lip
rugae
irregular folds on palate surface
fauces
constricted opening leading from the mouth
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Introduction to Dental Hygiene - Chapter 8
Drug potency
Quadrant
Arrhythmia
Inscription
strength of a drug
one-fourth area of the mouth
absence of rhythm
Drug name, dose form, and amount on a Rx
Drug potency
strength of a drug
Quadrant
one-fourth area of the mouth
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Introduction to Dental Hygiene - Chapter 6
vesicle
apnea
dyspnea
ketone
small, watery blister
cessation of breathing
difficult, labored breathing
acid substance resulting from body metabolism
vesicle
small, watery blister
apnea
cessation of breathing
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Introduction to Dental Hygiene - Chapter 1
poly-
supra-
peri-
-trophy
many
above
around or about
development, growth
poly-
many
supra-
above
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Chapter 16 Nutrition for Dental Hygiene
Where are Food Deserts located?
What are food patterns?
Foods are sometimes restricted due to…
What is the term applied when diets ar…
Food deserts are located in lower-income, inner-city and rura…
Food patterns are generally developed during childhood and re…
Religious
Dietary acculturation
Where are Food Deserts located?
Food deserts are located in lower-income, inner-city and rura…
What are food patterns?
Food patterns are generally developed during childhood and re…
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Chapter 6 Nutrition for Dental Hygiene
What is the structural component of li…
How many carbon atoms do medium-chain…
What disease do lecithin supplements r…
Why are lipoproteins produced?
Fatty Acids
6 to 10 carbon atoms
atherosclerosis
Lipoproteins are produced by the body to transport insoluble…
What is the structural component of li…
Fatty Acids
How many carbon atoms do medium-chain…
6 to 10 carbon atoms
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Dental Hygiene: Wilkins chapter 4
Aerosol
Microbial aerosol
Anergy
Antibody
an artificially generated collection of particles suspended i…
suspension of particles in the air that consists partially or…
diminished reactivity to specific antigens; inability to reac…
a soluble protein molecule produced and secreted by body cell…
Aerosol
an artificially generated collection of particles suspended i…
Microbial aerosol
suspension of particles in the air that consists partially or…
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Dental Hygiene chapter 10&11
complete accurate history
pre-appointment information
self-history
complete history
-oral and general health... - cannot be overemphasized... -always c…
brief; over phone or electronic
questionnaire format before appointment
interview/questionnaire with initial updates
complete accurate history
-oral and general health... - cannot be overemphasized... -always c…
pre-appointment information
brief; over phone or electronic
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Fundamentals of Dental Hygiene Chapter 1
Dental Hygienist
Roles of a Dental Hygienist
ADHA
ADHP
A licensed primary healthcare professional, oral health educa…
Clinician, educator, researcher, administrator/manager, and a…
American Dental Hygienists' Association
Advanced Dental Hygiene Practitioner
Dental Hygienist
A licensed primary healthcare professional, oral health educa…
Roles of a Dental Hygienist
Clinician, educator, researcher, administrator/manager, and a…
15 terms
Intro to Dental Hygiene: Chapter 27
abrasion, gingiva
abrasion, tooth
abrasion contracts with erosion, which…
Angled
lesion of the gingiva that results from mechanical removal of…
loss of tooth structure produced by a mechanical cause, such…
chemical process
a nylon filament that is placed in the brush head at an angle
abrasion, gingiva
lesion of the gingiva that results from mechanical removal of…
abrasion, tooth
loss of tooth structure produced by a mechanical cause, such…
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chapter 9 personal hygiene
hygiene
personal hygiene
medical asespsis
pathogenic
principles of heath includs care of not only the skin but als…
self-care measures people use to maintain health and prevent…
aka clean technique. inhibits the growth and spread of pathog…
disease-producing
hygiene
principles of heath includs care of not only the skin but als…
personal hygiene
self-care measures people use to maintain health and prevent…
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Chapter 9 Dental Charting
charting
upper jaw
lower jaw
quadrant
any entry made in a patient's chart, according to the dentist…
maxillary arch or maxilla
mandibular arch or mandible
one-fourth of the mouth
charting
any entry made in a patient's chart, according to the dentist…
upper jaw
maxillary arch or maxilla
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Chapter 16 Nutrition for Dental Hygiene
Foods are sometimes restricted due to…
Nutrient Density
Food fad
Food quackery
Religious
The amount of nutrients in a food relative to the number of k…
A catchall term covering all aspects of nutritional nonsense.
The promotion of nutrition-related products or services havin…
Foods are sometimes restricted due to…
Religious
Nutrient Density
The amount of nutrients in a food relative to the number of k…
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Dental Hygiene 1 chapter 1
ADHA
ADHP
CDHA
CEU
American Dental Hygienists' Association
Advanced Dental Hygienist Practitioner
Canadian Dental Hygienists Association
continuing education unit; 1 unit commonly refers to 1 hour o…
ADHA
American Dental Hygienists' Association
ADHP
Advanced Dental Hygienist Practitioner
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Chapter 3 Nutrition for Dental Hygiene
What are the four basic food sensations?
The medical term used referring to per…
Where does the majority of chemical di…
The medical term used referring to per…
1. Sweet... 2. Salty... 3. Sour... 4. Bitter
Xerostomia
Small Intestine
Dysgeusia
What are the four basic food sensations?
1. Sweet... 2. Salty... 3. Sour... 4. Bitter
The medical term used referring to per…
Xerostomia
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Chapter 8: Principles of Dental Hygiene
What are the 3 modes of disease transm…
What is Direct Contact transmission?
What is Indirect Contact transmission?
What is Droplet Infection transmission?
1. Direct Contact... 2. Indirect Contact... 3. Droplet Infection
requires PERSON TO PERSON body contact ... ex: touching, breaks…
spread of disease through OBJECTS OR SURFACES... ex: contaminate…
spread of disease through SMALL LIQUID DROPLETS... ex:sprays, sp…
What are the 3 modes of disease transm…
1. Direct Contact... 2. Indirect Contact... 3. Droplet Infection
What is Direct Contact transmission?
requires PERSON TO PERSON body contact ... ex: touching, breaks…
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Chapter 4 Nutrition for Dental Hygiene
The presence of sucrose and other carb…
What is the most common form of sucrose?
What is the sugar found in milk?
What is another name for sugar alcohols?
plaque biofilm
Granulated table sugar
Lactose
Polyols
The presence of sucrose and other carb…
plaque biofilm
What is the most common form of sucrose?
Granulated table sugar
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Chapter 5 Nutrition for Dental Hygiene
What are proteins?
What are three main sources of protein?
What does excess protein convert to?
What are all proteins made of?
Proteins are large molecular structures.
Chicken, fish, and beef
Excess protein converts to fat and contributes to obesity.
All proteins are made from combinations of 10 amino acids.
What are proteins?
Proteins are large molecular structures.
What are three main sources of protein?
Chicken, fish, and beef
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Chapter 2 Intro to Dental Hygiene: Evidence-based dental hygiene practice
Best practice:
Biomedical database:
Case Control Series (retrospective) :
Case Reports:
approach or intervention that has been determined to be effic…
organized collection of medically related journal articles, r…
study design in which persons with a disease if interest (cas…
a professional article that describes the diagnostic, prevent…
Best practice:
approach or intervention that has been determined to be effic…
Biomedical database:
organized collection of medically related journal articles, r…
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Chapter 9: Dental Terminology
radiant
X-ray tube
cathode
filament
energy that is given off from a central source
also known as vacuum tube; produces x-rays
negative pole; electrode in the vacuum tube that serves as th…
fine thread; tungsten coil in the cathode focusing cup that g…
radiant
energy that is given off from a central source
X-ray tube
also known as vacuum tube; produces x-rays
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Dental Hygiene II - Chapter 34 - Sealants
sealant
False
True
enamel
This is a resin that flows into the pit or fissures and bonds…
T/F A sealant bonds to dentin
T/F Unfilled sealants are less wear resistant than filled sea…
The sealant bonds to the ___ surface of the tooth so that pla…
sealant
This is a resin that flows into the pit or fissures and bonds…
False
T/F A sealant bonds to dentin
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