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91 terms
Dental Hygiene
Anterior (Ventral)
Posterior (Dorsal)
Lateral
Medial
Front
Back
Away from the midline of the body
Toward the midline of the body
Anterior (Ventral)
Front
Posterior (Dorsal)
Back
Dental Hygiene
dental hygiene
teeth
toothbrush
toothpaste
caring of the teeth
need to care for them for eating all foods
tool we use to clean out teeth
Choose flavor and brand you like so you will use it
dental hygiene
caring of the teeth
teeth
need to care for them for eating all foods
Dental Hygiene: Dental Nutrition
tooth enamel
B-vitamin complex and vitamin C defici…
nutritional status
slow to develop and may not be critica…
Water and several mineral elements are essential for maintena…
Visual signs of these nutrient deficiencies in the gingiva, m…
water and several minerals have a significant effect on integ…
Oral problems associated with hyper states or hypo states of…
tooth enamel
Water and several mineral elements are essential for maintena…
B-vitamin complex and vitamin C defici…
Visual signs of these nutrient deficiencies in the gingiva, m…
5 terms
Nutrition 125 Dental Hygiene
Thiamine
folate (folic acid)
Iodine
B6,B12
hematopoietic vitamins
Thiamine
folate (folic acid)
Dental Hygiene Final
Akinesia
Ankylosis
Bony ankylosis
Aphasia
absence or loss of power of voluntary motion.
immobility due to direct union between parts.
union of bone with bone or bone with tooth resulting in compl…
defect in, or loss of power of, expression by speech, writing…
Akinesia
absence or loss of power of voluntary motion.
Ankylosis
immobility due to direct union between parts.
Dental Hygiene
Intrinsic stain
Extrinsic stain
Endogenous stain
Exogenous stain
Stains that occur within the tooth substance(identified by lo…
Stains that occur on the external surface of the tooth(identi…
Stain that originates from within the tooth. Endogenous stain…
Stain that originates from external source
Intrinsic stain
Stains that occur within the tooth substance(identified by lo…
Extrinsic stain
Stains that occur on the external surface of the tooth(identi…
Dental hygiene- periodontal health
Lamina Dura
Attached Gingiva
Bruxism
Abfraction
The lining of the tooth socket that provides attachment for p…
This structure is covered with stratified squamous epithelium…
Stress-induced, involuntary behavior of grinding the teeth to…
This is caused by bio mechanical forces on teeth, which cause…
Lamina Dura
The lining of the tooth socket that provides attachment for p…
Attached Gingiva
This structure is covered with stratified squamous epithelium…
47 terms
Dental hygiene- periodontal health
Lamina Dura
Attached Gingiva
Bruxism
Abfraction
The lining of the tooth socket that provides attachment for p…
This structure is covered with stratified squamous epithelium…
Stress-induced, involuntary behavior of grinding the teeth to…
This is caused by bio mechanical forces on teeth, which cause…
Lamina Dura
The lining of the tooth socket that provides attachment for p…
Attached Gingiva
This structure is covered with stratified squamous epithelium…
74 terms
Intro to Dental Hygiene
What is Alfred E. Fones known as?
Dr. Fones coined the term ______ ?
Dr. Fones believed dental hygienists s…
Dr. Fones emphasized the role of _____…
"Father of Dental Hygiene"
Dental hygiene
Public health
Education
What is Alfred E. Fones known as?
"Father of Dental Hygiene"
Dr. Fones coined the term ______ ?
Dental hygiene
Dental Hygiene Perio Biofilm
pathogenic organisms play a signifigan…
Cell Wall Characteristics Gram +
Cell Wall Characteristics Gam -
aerobic bacteria need
carious lesions and periodontal disease
sigle cell membrane stain purple
double cell membrane more resistant to destruction, relseases…
require O2 to survive (right at gingival margin, tooth decay…
pathogenic organisms play a signifigan…
carious lesions and periodontal disease
Cell Wall Characteristics Gram +
sigle cell membrane stain purple
Dental Hygiene National Board
What are some examples of bio-hazard w…
The bio-hazard waste or regulated true…
When should we change our mask?
What is the purpose of PPE?
Sharps, items that drip of blood and/or saliva, and hard and…
True
When it becomes wet or soiled with every patient. That includ…
Is to minimize the exposure to Aerosol, Spatter, Direct trans…
What are some examples of bio-hazard w…
Sharps, items that drip of blood and/or saliva, and hard and…
The bio-hazard waste or regulated true…
True
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Dental Hygiene Anatomy Figures
Head Regions... 1. Frontal region... 2. Par…
Neck regions... 1. Sternocleidomastoid m…
Facial bones... 1. Nasal bone... 2. Lacrima…
Orbit... 1. Optic canal... 2. Ethmoid bone…
Head Regions... 1. Frontal region... 2. Par…
Neck regions... 1. Sternocleidomastoid m…
41 terms
Dental Hygiene Gracey Curet
Gracey Curets
Uses of Gracey Curets
Where from is the light calculus depos…
Design Features of Gracey Curets
"Area Specific"... Designed by Dr. Clayton in 1930s
-removal of fine to light subgingival or supragingival calcul…
crowns and roots of the tooth
-Face of blade offset at 70 degree angle to shank... -only ONE c…
Gracey Curets
"Area Specific"... Designed by Dr. Clayton in 1930s
Uses of Gracey Curets
-removal of fine to light subgingival or supragingival calcul…
73 terms
Dental Hygiene Pharmacology
Most common Rx written by dentist
Therapeutic Catagories
Prescription
What drugs can a dental hygienest lega…
antibiotic and analgesics
antibiotic ... analgesics... fluoride... antifungal... corticosteriods
An order written by a practitioner of medicine for pharmacy s…
None
Most common Rx written by dentist
antibiotic and analgesics
Therapeutic Catagories
antibiotic ... analgesics... fluoride... antifungal... corticosteriods
1,644 terms
Dental Hygiene Board Review
D.H Code of Ethics purpose?
What are the Core Values of the code o…
What is Veracity?
What is Autonomy?
To achieve high levels of ethical consciousness, decision mak…
1. Veracity... 2. Autonomy... 3. Beneficence ... 4. Nonmaleficence... 5.…
Telling the truth and expecting it of others (trustfulness; i…
1. Deals with PATIENT (self determination)... 2. Patient have th…
D.H Code of Ethics purpose?
To achieve high levels of ethical consciousness, decision mak…
What are the Core Values of the code o…
1. Veracity... 2. Autonomy... 3. Beneficence ... 4. Nonmaleficence... 5.…
78 terms
Dental Hygiene Pharm Terms
Schedule I drug
Schedule II drug
Schedule III drug
schedule IV drug
highest abuse potential - ex. heroin, LSD, marijuana, halluci…
High abuse potential - ex. oxycodone, morphine, amphetamine,…
Moderate abuse potential - ex. codeine mixtures, hydrocodone…
less abuse potential - ex. diazepam, dextropropoxyphene forms…
Schedule I drug
highest abuse potential - ex. heroin, LSD, marijuana, halluci…
Schedule II drug
High abuse potential - ex. oxycodone, morphine, amphetamine,…
Principles of Dental Hygiene
Bacteriology:
Mycology:
Protozoology:
Virology:
The study of bacteria
The study of fungus
The study of protozoa
The study of viruses
Bacteriology:
The study of bacteria
Mycology:
The study of fungus
277 terms
Clinical Dental Hygiene
Allergen
Allergy
Anaphylaxis
Anisocoria
An antigenic substance that produces hypersensitivity.
A hypersensitive state gain from exposure to a specific aller…
An acute severe allergic reaction shown by a sudden collapse,…
Unequally dilated pupils.
Allergen
An antigenic substance that produces hypersensitivity.
Allergy
A hypersensitive state gain from exposure to a specific aller…
17 terms
Local Anesthesia (dental hygiene)
Local Anesthetic Classification
Amides
Esters
Chemistry of LA
Amides and Ester
Lidocaine, Mepivacaine, Prilocaine, Bupivacaine
Procaine (Novocaine), Cocaine, Benzocaine
Weak bases; they have aromatic group (benzene ring-hydrophobi…
Local Anesthetic Classification
Amides and Ester
Amides
Lidocaine, Mepivacaine, Prilocaine, Bupivacaine
73 terms
Dental Hygiene Local Anesthesia
Where mandibular nerve passes through…
Where nasopalatine nerve passes through
Maxillary division of Trigeminal Nerve…
Nerve NOT associated with the mandibul…
Foramen Ovale
Incisive Foramen
Sensory
Infraorbital nerve
Where mandibular nerve passes through…
Foramen Ovale
Where nasopalatine nerve passes through
Incisive Foramen
36 terms
Dental Hygiene National Board
Biohazard waste to be disposed of prop…
What is the guide that gives informati…
Examples of PPE
Disinfectants kill everything except?
Sharps, items saturated with blood, hard or soft tissues from…
Material safety data sheet
Mask, Gloves, eyewear, protective clothing
Spores
Biohazard waste to be disposed of prop…
Sharps, items saturated with blood, hard or soft tissues from…
What is the guide that gives informati…
Material safety data sheet
113 terms
Nutrition Final-Dental Hygiene
6 Classes of nutrients
Carbohydrates
Carbohydrates
Monosaccharides
carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, vitamins, minerals, water
organic compounds made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
yield 4 kilocalories.gram, provide most abundant energy durin…
single sugars
6 Classes of nutrients
carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, vitamins, minerals, water
Carbohydrates
organic compounds made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
86 terms
Preventive Dental Hygiene Exam
Primary Intervention Example
Secondary Prevention Example
Tertiary Prevention Example
Learning Ladder
Chairside oral education, mouth guard fabrication, fluoridate…
Calculus/biofilm removal in shallow pockets, applying desensi…
Replacement of a missing tooth (implant, prosthetic appliance…
1. UNAWARENESS or IGNORANCE... -client lack info or has incorr…
Primary Intervention Example
Chairside oral education, mouth guard fabrication, fluoridate…
Secondary Prevention Example
Calculus/biofilm removal in shallow pockets, applying desensi…
259 terms
Boards: clinical dental hygiene
chlorhexidine gluconate (CHX) is a the…
qualities of a disinfectant include:
what effect does a chlorine based comp…
what effect do Iodophors have?
12% concentration, approved for united states use
rapid, broad spectrum, odorless, easy to use, fast acting, ec…
corrosive to metals & strong odor
can discolor some surfaces yellow
chlorhexidine gluconate (CHX) is a the…
12% concentration, approved for united states use
qualities of a disinfectant include:
rapid, broad spectrum, odorless, easy to use, fast acting, ec…
Principles of dental hygiene
Biofilm
Detection of dental plaque biofilm
Pellicle
When looking up medication look for
A complex highly organized three-dimensional communal arrange…
Maybe invisible, extrinsic stains Thick plaque can be visible…
Layer to protect teeth, thin film layer
Pharmacologic category and mechanism of action... Common side ef…
Biofilm
A complex highly organized three-dimensional communal arrange…
Detection of dental plaque biofilm
Maybe invisible, extrinsic stains Thick plaque can be visible…
37 terms
Dental Hygiene:Professionalism & Introduction to Dental Hygiene
Define Dental Hygiene
Define Hygienist
Discuss professionalism and how it aff…
3 areas of focus as a Professional Hyg…
Dental Hygiene is the study of preventive oral healthcare, in…
Hygienist are licensed preventative oral health professionals…
Professionalism is an attitude that is apparent in everything…
Current knowledge and skill, Attitude, Ethical behavior exerc…
Define Dental Hygiene
Dental Hygiene is the study of preventive oral healthcare, in…
Define Hygienist
Hygienist are licensed preventative oral health professionals…
23 terms
Dental Hygiene GI pharmacology
H2 Receptor Antagonists
Antacids
PPI's
Cytoprotective agents
Cimetidine (Tagamet), Nizatidine (axid), Ranitidine (Zantac),…
Magnesium hydroxide, Aluminum Hydroxide, Calcium carbonate, S…
Omerprazole magnesium (prilosec), Lansoprazole (prevacid), Es…
Sucralfate (carafate)
H2 Receptor Antagonists
Cimetidine (Tagamet), Nizatidine (axid), Ranitidine (Zantac),…
Antacids
Magnesium hydroxide, Aluminum Hydroxide, Calcium carbonate, S…
45 terms
Dental Hygiene Instrumentation
Adaptation
Angulation
0 to 40 degrees
60 and 80 degrees
positioning of the first 1 or 2 millimeters of the working-en…
the relation between the face of a calculus removal instrumen…
For insertion beneath the gingival margin, the face-to-tooth…
The ideal angle for calculus removal, the face-to-tooth surfa…
Adaptation
positioning of the first 1 or 2 millimeters of the working-en…
Angulation
the relation between the face of a calculus removal instrumen…
41 terms
Dental Hygiene Gracey Curet
Gracey Curets
Uses of Gracey Curets
Where from is the light calculus depos…
Design Features of Gracey Curets
"Area Specific"... Designed by Dr. Clayton in 1930s
-removal of fine to light subgingival or supragingival calcul…
crowns and roots of the tooth
-Face of blade offset at 70 degree angle to shank... -only ONE c…
Gracey Curets
"Area Specific"... Designed by Dr. Clayton in 1930s
Uses of Gracey Curets
-removal of fine to light subgingival or supragingival calcul…
20 terms
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
Dental Hygien
Acetaminophen
Codeine
Prostaglandin , Bradykinin
Acetyl Salicylic Acid
Overdose of this drug, cam cause liver toxicity
When a patient is taking this drug, it is important to monito…
This is known as "Initiator" of pain
This drug should never be chewed
Acetaminophen
Overdose of this drug, cam cause liver toxicity
Codeine
When a patient is taking this drug, it is important to monito…
58 terms
Dental Hygiene Ethics & Law
Moral Sensitivity
moral weakness
moral uncertainty
moral dilemma
ethical awareness
moral responsibilities interfere with personal inclinations
question whether a moral obligation exists
obligations and responsibilities in conflict
Moral Sensitivity
ethical awareness
moral weakness
moral responsibilities interfere with personal inclinations
15 terms
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…
11 terms
diabetes- intro to dental hygiene
whats the role of insulin?
type 1 diabetes: what is it? what are…
effects of type 1 diabetes?
type 2 diabetes: associated with? symp…
-key that unlocks the door to the cell and allows glucose to…
autoimmune, beta burnout... little or no insulin produced... hyperg…
cell breaks down the fat cells= ketones... ketones are released…
obesity... family history... previous experience with gestational d…
whats the role of insulin?
-key that unlocks the door to the cell and allows glucose to…
type 1 diabetes: what is it? what are…
autoimmune, beta burnout... little or no insulin produced... hyperg…
103 terms
Dental Hygiene-Cranial Nerves
Ganglion
Proprioception
dry mouth (Xerostomia)
Olfactory
An accumulation of neuron cell bodies outside of the CNS.
Awareness of movement and knowledge of position in relation t…
When scared or nervous, the sympathetic nervous system can ca…
What is the I cranial nerve?
Ganglion
An accumulation of neuron cell bodies outside of the CNS.
Proprioception
Awareness of movement and knowledge of position in relation t…
Dental Hygiene Periodontics Q2
Periodontal Ligament
Principal Fibers
Functions of the Periodontal Ligament
Cementum
The PDL connective tissue extends from cementum covering the…
The PDL is primarily composed of these dense fibrous collagen…
Supportive- suspends and maintains tooth in its socket... Sensor…
A thin layer of hard, mineralized connective tissue covering…
Periodontal Ligament
The PDL connective tissue extends from cementum covering the…
Principal Fibers
The PDL is primarily composed of these dense fibrous collagen…
Dental Hygiene Radiology
Radiation
X-Radiation
x-ray
radiology
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles
A high-energy ionizing electromagnetic radiation produced by…
a beam of energy that has the power to penetrate substances a…
the study of radiation as used in medicine
Radiation
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles
X-Radiation
A high-energy ionizing electromagnetic radiation produced by…
41 terms
Dental Hygiene National Board
What is the purpose of Dental Hygiene…
What are some core values of Dental Hy…
What is the term geared toward the pat…
What is the term that includes promoti…
To achieve high levels of ethical consciousness, decision mak…
Veracity, Autonomy, Beneficence, and non-maleficence
Autonomy
Beneficence
What is the purpose of Dental Hygiene…
To achieve high levels of ethical consciousness, decision mak…
What are some core values of Dental Hy…
Veracity, Autonomy, Beneficence, and non-maleficence
38 terms
Dental Hygiene National Board
What are some types of radiation?
What type of radiation is particulate…
What type of radiation is electromagne…
What type of radiation is ionizing rad…
particulate, electromagnetic, and ionizing radiation
tiny particles of matter that possess mass that travel in str…
wave-like energy without mass through space or matter and var…
radiation that is capable of producing ions
What are some types of radiation?
particulate, electromagnetic, and ionizing radiation
What type of radiation is particulate…
tiny particles of matter that possess mass that travel in str…
Dental Hygiene Care Pediatrics
State the AAPD recommended age to firs…
Discuss the purpose and components of…
Early Childhood Caries
ECC Statisitics
1st tooth erupts ... no later than 1st birthday... Xrays by age 3... P…
decrease incidence of early caries and promotion of healthy o…
WHO: infants/young children... WHAT: early onset of caries , de…
Most common childhood disease 5 times more than asthma... 30% t…
State the AAPD recommended age to firs…
1st tooth erupts ... no later than 1st birthday... Xrays by age 3... P…
Discuss the purpose and components of…
decrease incidence of early caries and promotion of healthy o…
56 terms
dental hygiene prometric
invasive procedure that we do
fordyce granules
fluoridated water
when is the saliva most acidic
periodontal probing
no treatment
cause hypocalcification
during chewing
invasive procedure that we do
periodontal probing
fordyce granules
no treatment
57 terms
Dental Hygiene Vocabulary Words
crown
root
dentin
cementum
the part of the tooth which is covered with enamel and which…
the part of the tooth which is covered with cementum, it help…
makes up the bulk of the tooth, protected by enamel or cement…
hard, bone-like covering of the root, it protects the dentin…
crown
the part of the tooth which is covered with enamel and which…
root
the part of the tooth which is covered with cementum, it help…
42 terms
Dental Hygiene Quiz 2
Anterior Naris
Ala of the nose
Root of the nose
Philtrum
the nostril
the wing like tip on the outer side of each nostril
bridge of the nose
the rectangular shaped indentation above the lip
Anterior Naris
the nostril
Ala of the nose
the wing like tip on the outer side of each nostril
Dental Hygiene Quiz 2
Patient History
Importance of Patient History
ASA
Normal Blood Sugar Levels
Patient's Health Information, Past Health Status, Present Hea…
understand client concerns, attitudes, and goals for the visi…
(American Society of Anesthesiologists) ASA 1-3 can treat, 4-…
80-150 mg/dl
Patient History
Patient's Health Information, Past Health Status, Present Hea…
Importance of Patient History
understand client concerns, attitudes, and goals for the visi…
Dental Hygiene and the Professional Dental Hygienist
Dental hygiene
Assessment, diagnosis, treatment plann…
Dr. Alfred Fones
American Dental Hygienists' Association
The study of oral health care utilizing preventive behaviors;…
The Process of Dental Hygiene
The father of dental hygiene
ADHA
Dental hygiene
The study of oral health care utilizing preventive behaviors;…
Assessment, diagnosis, treatment plann…
The Process of Dental Hygiene
21 terms
Dental hygiene theory: Dental hygiene care
National Institutes of dental and cran…
American disability Act:
What Does the American disability act…
What does the term disability refer to?
- Describes special care as those with genetic or systemic di…
- This Act states that a disabled person is that with a physi…
Discrimination on the basis of;... - Disability in employment (t…
- to any reduction of a person's activity that has resulted f…
National Institutes of dental and cran…
- Describes special care as those with genetic or systemic di…
American disability Act:
- This Act states that a disabled person is that with a physi…
34 terms
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…
Profession of Dental Hygiene
1913
Dr. Fones
1917
280
alfred c fones opens the ones clinic for dental hygienists in…
first to use the term "dental hygienist" ... father of dental hy…
irene newman receives the worlds first dental hygiene license…
ADA education programs in the US
1913
alfred c fones opens the ones clinic for dental hygienists in…
Dr. Fones
first to use the term "dental hygienist" ... father of dental hy…
391 terms
Dental hygiene Test 2
primary use of disclosing agent
disclosing agent
dental biofilm is almost colorless unl…
how does disclosing agent color affect…
identifiation of biofilm deposits
a preparation in liquid, tablet or lozenge form that contains…
foods, beverages, tobacco
intesnse color (deep and dark) like a dark blue or a dark bri…
primary use of disclosing agent
identifiation of biofilm deposits
disclosing agent
a preparation in liquid, tablet or lozenge form that contains…
189 terms
Dental Hygiene Final
women with perio disease were ___ time…
infants that weigh less than 2500gm ar…
babies have an increased risk of SIDs…
rate of sponatneous abortion ________…
7
40%... 2/3rds
300%
doubled
women with perio disease were ___ time…
7
infants that weigh less than 2500gm ar…
40%... 2/3rds
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