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58 terms
Dental Hygiene Ethics
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
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…
68 terms
intro to dental hygiene
what is a dental hygienist? what do th…
new roles for hygiene: whats their tit…
what serviced are considered therapeut…
in 1819 levi spear wrote what? what di…
improve oral health of community by raising awareness... -educat…
oral health practitioner ... -minimal invasive restorative proce…
arrest/ control disease... scaling and root planing... pit and fiss…
a practical guide to the management of the teeth... emphasized d…
what is a dental hygienist? what do th…
improve oral health of community by raising awareness... -educat…
new roles for hygiene: whats their tit…
oral health practitioner ... -minimal invasive restorative proce…
336 terms
Dental Hygiene Board Review
Transeptal fibers
alveolar crest fibers
oblique fibers
horizontal fibers
extend interproximally over alveolar crest; embedded in cemen…
fiber group that is apical to junctional epithelium and exten…
fiber group that is the largest and most significant fiber gr…
extend at right angles to long axis of tooth
Transeptal fibers
extend interproximally over alveolar crest; embedded in cemen…
alveolar crest fibers
fiber group that is apical to junctional epithelium and exten…
Dental Hygiene Theory Midterm
Someone who has fairmindedness, age an…
thinking about your thinking
metacognition is the awareness and und…
coveys seven habits are
critical thinker
metacognition
ones own thought process
be proactive, begin with end in mind, put first things first,…
Someone who has fairmindedness, age an…
critical thinker
thinking about your thinking
metacognition
5 terms
History of dental hygiene
Dr. Fones
First dental hygienist
First dental hygiene program
First dental hygiene license
-The father of dental hygiene.
-1906... -Irene Newman
-set up in 1913 with the help of Dr.Fones.... -In his carriage h…
-1917... -Irene Newman
Dr. Fones
-The father of dental hygiene.
First dental hygienist
-1906... -Irene Newman
6 terms
Dental Hygiene: Professional Responsibilities
Standards of Practice
Standards of Practice
Professional DH Organizations
National Dental Hygienists' Associatio…
- Established 1979 by ADHA... - Commission for assurance of comp…
1. Define activities unique to DH... 2. Provide guidelines as to…
- American Dental Hygienists' Association (ADHA)
-1932 , founded by African American DH to meet needs of minor…
Standards of Practice
- Established 1979 by ADHA... - Commission for assurance of comp…
Standards of Practice
1. Define activities unique to DH... 2. Provide guidelines as to…
The Dental Hygiene Profession
What is Dental Hygiene?
Who is the Dental Hygienist?
Who published A Practical Guide to the…
Who is the Father of Dental Hygiene?
It is the study of preventive oral healthcare, including the…
Licensed preventive oral health professionals ... Graduates of a…
1819, Levi Spear Parmly
Dr. Alfred C. Fones... opened first dental hygiene school in 1913
What is Dental Hygiene?
It is the study of preventive oral healthcare, including the…
Who is the Dental Hygienist?
Licensed preventive oral health professionals ... Graduates of a…
dental hygiene prometric
Dental caries and relation most with d…
Digital x-ray advantages
Panoramic x-ray use for all except
All of the medications causes xerostom…
frequency
reduce exposure
Periodontal bone loss
1. antihistamine... 2. tranquilizer... 3. diuretics... 4. anticuagulan…
Dental caries and relation most with d…
frequency
Digital x-ray advantages
reduce exposure
210 terms
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
210 terms
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
50 terms
dental hygiene conceptual foundation
what is dental hygiene
who is the registered DH
profession
Dental hygiene process of care
the study of preventive of oral health care including the man…
registered preventive oral heal professional who promotes
occupation whose core element is work is based upon the maste…
ADPIE
what is dental hygiene
the study of preventive of oral health care including the man…
who is the registered DH
registered preventive oral heal professional who promotes
Dental Hygiene National Board
What is a physiologic loss of tooth st…
What is a pathologic form of attrition?
What is a habitual grinding of the tee…
What is a pathologic loss of tooth str…
attrition
Bruxism
Bruxism
Erosion
What is a physiologic loss of tooth st…
attrition
What is a pathologic form of attrition?
Bruxism
Dental Hygiene National Board
How are bacteria grouped?
Why are bacteria stained?
What are the main shapes of bacteria?
Why is staining necessary?
according to their morphological and metabolic biochemical di…
to determine shape of organism
round, rod etc...
because bacteria is colorless and invisible to light microscopy
How are bacteria grouped?
according to their morphological and metabolic biochemical di…
Why are bacteria stained?
to determine shape of organism
Dental Hygiene Borad Review
The land mark on the sphenoid bone for…
Which of following features is located…
What is the function of the trapezoid…
Which of the following bones contains…
pterygoid process
mental foramen
To shrug the shoulders
Sphenoid
The land mark on the sphenoid bone for…
pterygoid process
Which of following features is located…
mental foramen
1,644 terms
2016 Dental Hygiene Boards 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.…
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
143 terms
Dental hygiene 2
SH6-7, nebraska, gracey 1-2
indiana, graceys
barnhart, indiana, graceys
nevi, indiana
simple instruments
instruments with long shanks
subgingival instruments
instruments that can be used both anterior and posterior
SH6-7, nebraska, gracey 1-2
simple instruments
indiana, graceys
instruments with long shanks
12 terms
Clinical Dental Hygiene
What is faster than normal pulse rate?
What is slower than normal pulse rate?
What is irregular heart rate?
What is normal respiration?
Tachycardia
Bradychardia (taking a break)
Arrhythmia
14-20 breaths/min
What is faster than normal pulse rate?
Tachycardia
What is slower than normal pulse rate?
Bradychardia (taking a break)
72 terms
dental hygiene prometric
Dental caries and relation most with d…
Digital x-ray advantages
Panoramic x-ray use for all except
All of the medications causes xerostom…
frequency
reduce exposure
Periodontal bone loss
1. antihistamine... 2. tranquilizer... 3. diuretics... 4. anticuagulan…
Dental caries and relation most with d…
frequency
Digital x-ray advantages
reduce exposure
Dental hygiene pharmacology
Lexapro (escitalopram)
Zoloft (sertraline)
Ventolin (albuterol)
Amoxil (amoxixillin)
Antidepressant;... Inhibits reuptake of serotonin
Antidepressant;... Inhibits reuptake of serotonin
Adrenergic B2 agonist;... Stimulates B2 receptors in lungs resul…
Antibacterial;... Bacteriocidal
Lexapro (escitalopram)
Antidepressant;... Inhibits reuptake of serotonin
Zoloft (sertraline)
Antidepressant;... Inhibits reuptake of serotonin
Dental Hygiene Radiology Board Review
The head is twisted.
The head is turned to one side, causin…
The patient's chin is too high, causin…
The cervical spine is slumped, appeari…
The head is twisted.
The head is turned to one side, causin…
141 terms
Dental Hygiene Prometric Exam
What is an oral side effect of Prozac?
How do steroids effect wound healing?
What should be done with a patient wit…
Premedication regimine
xerostomia
causes delayed wound healing
refer the patient to their physician immediately
2g Amoxicillin... 600 mg Clindamycin
What is an oral side effect of Prozac?
xerostomia
How do steroids effect wound healing?
causes delayed wound healing
107 terms
Dental Hygiene Midterm
Who is Ester Wilkins?
The Dental Hygienist is a ______, ____…
Functions of a Dental Hygienist in CT:
The Largest professional organization…
Wrote the first comprehensive textbook on Dental Hygiene know…
licensed primary health care professional, oral health educat…
prophylaxis, X-rays, local anesthesia, topical anesthesia, fl…
American Dental Hygiene Association
Who is Ester Wilkins?
Wrote the first comprehensive textbook on Dental Hygiene know…
The Dental Hygienist is a ______, ____…
licensed primary health care professional, oral health educat…
124 terms
Dental hygiene 1
sterile
Standard precautions
Infectious agent, reservoir, port of e…
50
The oral cavity is ___ at birth
Protect against all body fluids
Essential features for disease transmission
Aerosols are ___ micrometers or less
sterile
The oral cavity is ___ at birth
Standard precautions
Protect against all body fluids
39 terms
Part of Dental Hygiene Instruments
Clock position for sextant 1 Surfaces…
Clock position for sextant 1 Surfaces…
Clock position for sextant 2 Surfaces…
Clock position for sextant 2 Surfaces…
10-11
8-9
11-12
8-9
Clock position for sextant 1 Surfaces…
10-11
Clock position for sextant 1 Surfaces…
8-9
Dental Hygiene Theory- Professional Dental Hygiene
Dr. Fones
Fones School Of Dental Hygiene
Irene Newman
Legal: Practice Acts and Licensure for…
Father of Dental Hygiene... Coined the term dental hygienist... Bel…
First hygiene program became available in 103 in Bridgeport CT.
Was trained by Fones... The first dental hygienist licensed in 1…
Vary from state to state... Contains criteria for education, lic…
Dr. Fones
Father of Dental Hygiene... Coined the term dental hygienist... Bel…
Fones School Of Dental Hygiene
First hygiene program became available in 103 in Bridgeport CT.
dental hygiene 1020
dental hygienist role
types of services provided by a dental…
primary prevention
secondary prevention
clinician, health promoter, educator, consumer advocate
preventative, educational, theraputic
refers to avoiding onset of disease so that the disease does…
treatment of early disease to arrest further progress of the…
dental hygienist role
clinician, health promoter, educator, consumer advocate
types of services provided by a dental…
preventative, educational, theraputic
Dental Hygiene 1 Hepatitis
When a micro-organism causes an infect…
A pathogen comprised of DNA or RNA, ne…
simple one celled microorganisms but,…
Single or muli celled pathogen that mu…
Pathogens
Virus
Bacteria
Fungi
When a micro-organism causes an infect…
Pathogens
A pathogen comprised of DNA or RNA, ne…
Virus
26 terms
Dental hygiene pharmacology Antihypertensives
What are the 4 classes of Antihyperten…
What are the 3 classes of Diuretics?
What are the 2 common examples of thia…
What is the mechanism for reducing blo…
1)Diuretics... 2) Calcium channel blockers... 3)ACE inhibitors... 4)An…
1) thiazides... 2) loop diuretics... 3)K++ conserving
1) Dyazide... 2)hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ)
It has a direct effect on the kidney to eliminate fluid and d…
What are the 4 classes of Antihyperten…
1)Diuretics... 2) Calcium channel blockers... 3)ACE inhibitors... 4)An…
What are the 3 classes of Diuretics?
1) thiazides... 2) loop diuretics... 3)K++ conserving
Dental Hygiene Perio Q3
Functions of the Gingival Connective T…
Components of Gingival Connective Tissue
Extracellular Matrix (gingival connect…
Cells of the Gingival Connective Tissue
Solidity to the gingiva, attaches gingiva to the cementum of…
ECM with few cells
protien fibers- mostly collagen that enable the gingiva to fo…
fibroblasts, mast cells and immune cells, very few total cells
Functions of the Gingival Connective T…
Solidity to the gingiva, attaches gingiva to the cementum of…
Components of Gingival Connective Tissue
ECM with few cells
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…
Dental Hygiene Biomed Q2
infective endocarditis
tricuspid valve
Pulmonary valve
Pulmonary Artery
infection of the endothelial surfaces of heart and valves
right side of heart between right atrium and right ventricle
right side of heart between right ventricle and pulmonary art…
carries blood from heart to lungs only artery to carry deoxyg…
infective endocarditis
infection of the endothelial surfaces of heart and valves
tricuspid valve
right side of heart between right atrium and right ventricle
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
47 terms
Dental Hygiene Laws
What is a law?
3 sources of law
What are federal statutes?
What is the black letter law?
Rules of conduct established by authority or custom, and may…
1. Federal statutes... 2. State statutes... 3. Judicial decisions
Nationwide laws appllicable to all states and subdivision of…
The basic standard elements for a particular field of law, ge…
What is a law?
Rules of conduct established by authority or custom, and may…
3 sources of law
1. Federal statutes... 2. State statutes... 3. Judicial decisions
76 terms
BOARDS: Clinical Dental Hygiene
Aerosol
Spatter
Direct Transmission
Indirect Transmission
Invisible airborne particles the remain in the air for awhile
Visible airborne particles of blood and/or saliva
Occurs through direct touching of an infectious agent, saliva…
Occurs through contaminated objects
Aerosol
Invisible airborne particles the remain in the air for awhile
Spatter
Visible airborne particles of blood and/or saliva
10 terms
Dental Hygiene, Wilkins Chpt 17
What are the requirements for dental c…
What is the G.V Black Class I?
What is the G.V Black Class II?
What is the G.V Black Class III?
A susceptible tooth, microorganism (Mutans Streptococcus is t…
cavities in pits or fissures, occlussal surfaces of premolars…
Cavities in proximal surfaces of premolars and molars
Cavities in proximal surfaces of incisors and canines that DO…
What are the requirements for dental c…
A susceptible tooth, microorganism (Mutans Streptococcus is t…
What is the G.V Black Class I?
cavities in pits or fissures, occlussal surfaces of premolars…
Dental Hygiene Perio Q4
inflamation
acute inflamation
5 Cardinal signs of actuce inflamation
Chronic Inflamation
the bodies reaction to injury or disease-producing bacteria,…
rapid/onset short term (2weeks or less) normal process that p…
redness heat swelling pain loss of function
long lived, out of control inflamatory response (2-3 weeks) G…
inflamation
the bodies reaction to injury or disease-producing bacteria,…
acute inflamation
rapid/onset short term (2weeks or less) normal process that p…
25 terms
DENTAL HYGIENE I
Objectives of Sharpening
Benefits of sharpening
T/F Does sharpening bring instruments…
Bone Loss (Clinical Finding)
1.Produce a sharp cutting edge... 2. To preseve the original sha…
1.Greater precision of treatment, improved quality of results…
FALSE
CLINICAL GOAL: Arrest Bone Loss, Prevent future bone loss... THE…
Objectives of Sharpening
1.Produce a sharp cutting edge... 2. To preseve the original sha…
Benefits of sharpening
1.Greater precision of treatment, improved quality of results…
14 terms
Dental Hygiene Procedure Codes
D0120
D0150
D0191
D0210
Periodic Exam
Comprehensive Exam
Assessment
FMX
D0120
Periodic Exam
D0150
Comprehensive Exam
Dental Hygiene Board Review
OSHA
CDC
PPE
Biohazard Waste
Developing universal/Standard precaution protocols for employ…
Infection control & conduct RESEARCH to determine how disease…
Personal Protective Equipment (used to protect the operator)
(Regulated) Examples of waist include: sharps, items that dri…
OSHA
Developing universal/Standard precaution protocols for employ…
CDC
Infection control & conduct RESEARCH to determine how disease…
90 terms
Oral Pathology - Dental Hygiene
Hairy tongue is characterized by hyper…
Desquamation of which of the following…
A specific presentation of oral candid…
A patient with acromegaly may demonstr…
B. Filiform
B. Filiform
D. Median rhomboid glossitis
C. Macroglossia
Hairy tongue is characterized by hyper…
B. Filiform
Desquamation of which of the following…
B. Filiform
73 terms
Dental Hygiene Local Anesthesia
Where mandibular nerve passes through…
Maxillary division of Trigeminal Nerve…
Nerve NOT associated with the mandibul…
Teeth that PSA innervates
Foramen Ovale
Sensory
Infraorbital nerve
1st, 2nd, and 3rd maxillary molars, but may not innervate MB…
Where mandibular nerve passes through…
Foramen Ovale
Maxillary division of Trigeminal Nerve…
Sensory
26 terms
Medical Spanish for Nurses - dental hygiene/higiene dental
lavarse los dientes
lavarse las manos
cepillarse los dientes
enjuagar
to clean your teeth
to wash your hands
to brush your teeth
to rinse
lavarse los dientes
to clean your teeth
lavarse las manos
to wash your hands
23 terms
Minnesota jurisprudence Dental Hygiene
Complete trophy including scaling, roo…
Preliminary charting of the oral cavit…
dietary analysis, salivary analysis, a…
etch appropriate surfaces, application…
General
General
General
General
Complete trophy including scaling, roo…
General
Preliminary charting of the oral cavit…
General
53 terms
Dental Hygiene: Local Anesthesia
What are the routes of local anestheti…
What are the components of a good anes…
What are aspects of biocompatibility?
What makes an anesthetic safe and effe…
Topical, submucosal (injection)
Biocompatibility, safe and effective
Non-irritable, nontoxic, non-allergenic, bio- transforms, rev…
- Works with area tissues (nerves)... - Short onset, no residual…
What are the routes of local anestheti…
Topical, submucosal (injection)
What are the components of a good anes…
Biocompatibility, safe and effective
21 terms
the history of dental hygiene 2015
the term _________ _________ was used…
father of dental hygiene
who was the assistant for the father o…
who was the mother of dental hygiene?
dental nurses
ALFRED FONES
Irene Newman
Irene Newman
the term _________ _________ was used…
dental nurses
father of dental hygiene
ALFRED FONES
83 terms
Dental Hygiene Theory ch. 4
Standard Precautions
Cross-contamination
Infectious Process... factors that are ne…
Infectious agent
An approach to infection control to protect dental healthcare…
spread of microorganisms from one source to another... *Person…
Infectious agent... Reservoir... Point of exit... Mode of transmission…
bacteria or organism
Standard Precautions
An approach to infection control to protect dental healthcare…
Cross-contamination
spread of microorganisms from one source to another... *Person…
Dental Hygiene Laws and Supervisions
Fabricating temporary crowns or bridge…
Selecting a pre-sizing orthodontic ban…
Selecting and pre-sizing archwires pre…
Selecting prescribed extra-oral applia…
Direct
Direct
Direct
Direct
Fabricating temporary crowns or bridge…
Direct
Selecting a pre-sizing orthodontic ban…
Direct
Dental Hygiene Local Anesthesia
Where mandibular nerve passes through…
Maxillary division of Trigeminal Nerve…
Nerve NOT associated with the mandibul…
Teeth that PSA innervates
Foramen Ovale
Sensory
Infraorbital nerve
1st, 2nd, and 3rd maxillary molars, but may not innervate MB…
Where mandibular nerve passes through…
Foramen Ovale
Maxillary division of Trigeminal Nerve…
Sensory
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