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84 terms
Dental Hygiene Summer
Frontal
Philtrum
Soft palate
Uvula
Which of the following bones form the forehead?
The midline depression above the upper lip is known as?
What is the non-bony portion of the palate known as?
The ____ is a non-bony muscular projection that hangs from th…
Frontal
Which of the following bones form the forehead?
Philtrum
The midline depression above the upper lip is known as?
30 terms
Dental Hygiene Diagnosis
Define Dental Hygiene Care
ADHA roles of the Dental Hygienist
DH Process of Care Definition
Process of Care
Promotion of oral health... prevention of oral disease for life…
clinician... educator... client advocate... researcher... advocate
-sequence of actions that are continual in nature... -purpose is…
Assessment... Dental hygiene diagnosis... Planning... Implementation... E…
Define Dental Hygiene Care
Promotion of oral health... prevention of oral disease for life…
ADHA roles of the Dental Hygienist
clinician... educator... client advocate... researcher... advocate
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
17 terms
Skeletal System- Dental Hygiene
Plate
Process
Condyle
Head
An area of bone that consists of a flat bony structure
Type of bony prominence
Relatively large, convex prominence on bone that is usually i…
Rounded surface projecting from a bone by a neck
Plate
An area of bone that consists of a flat bony structure
Process
Type of bony prominence
109 terms
Dental Hygiene Nitrous Oxide
What is the one absolute contraindicat…
What percentage of nitrous oxide to be…
What increments do you use to increase…
What should you instruct the patient a…
Recent eye surgery using ocular gas bubble.
15%
5%
To avoid fasting and heaving meals prior to procedure (eat li…
What is the one absolute contraindicat…
Recent eye surgery using ocular gas bubble.
What percentage of nitrous oxide to be…
15%
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…
61 terms
Intro to profession of dental hygiene
Ethics
Purpose of code of ethics
Ethical principles
Beneficence
A branch of philosophy that deals with thinking about moralit…
A) to increase the professional and ethical consciousness and…
Beneficence, autonomy, privacy, confidentiality, accountabili…
Provision of benefits, prevent harm by removing harm, promote…
Ethics
A branch of philosophy that deals with thinking about moralit…
Purpose of code of ethics
A) to increase the professional and ethical consciousness and…
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
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…
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
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
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…
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…
241 terms
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
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…
85 terms
Clinical Dental Hygiene
What would be the ASA classification o…
American Society of Anesthesiologists…
For each numbered palpation method lis…
For each item listed below, select the…
b. II
Classification_Patient's Physical Condition... I. Normally Healt…
1. Digital - B... 2. Bidigital - D... 3. Bimanual - A... 4. Bilateral…
1. Melanin pigmentation -D... 2. Fordyce granules - B... 3. Benign…
What would be the ASA classification o…
b. II
American Society of Anesthesiologists…
Classification_Patient's Physical Condition... I. Normally Healt…
47 terms
larson dental hygiene
virtue
rights
moral
ethics
character trait ex. honesty, compassion
expectations by the patient that correlate with the duties of…
principle or habit with respect to right or wrong behavior
sense of moral obligation
virtue
character trait ex. honesty, compassion
rights
expectations by the patient that correlate with the duties of…
134 terms
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
28 terms
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…
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
132 terms
Preventive Dental Hygiene Test 1
Primary prevention
Secondary prevention
Tertiary prevention
Disease prevention factors
Aims to prevent the onset of disease or injury... ex. chiarside…
Consists of early interventions aimed at stopping or minimizi…
Consists of interventions to prevent disability and intervent…
Human biology... Environment... Lifestyle... Health care organization
Primary prevention
Aims to prevent the onset of disease or injury... ex. chiarside…
Secondary prevention
Consists of early interventions aimed at stopping or minimizi…
46 terms
Dental Hygiene Final Material
-Oral soft tissue changes... -Lowered res…
-Early signs appear in oral soft tissu…
Normal blood is composed of what two t…
Reduction of hemoglobin concentration,…
Major factors in a patient with a blood disorder
Oral Findings Suggestive of Blood Disorders
Plasma fluid... Formed elements: erythrocytes and leukocytes
Anemia
-Oral soft tissue changes... -Lowered res…
Major factors in a patient with a blood disorder
-Early signs appear in oral soft tissu…
Oral Findings Suggestive of Blood Disorders
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
54 terms
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…
130 terms
Dental Hygiene-Local Anesthetic
Several of the more potent injectable…
The shelf life of a local anesthetic c…
Which type of injection provides a lon…
Which problem is a result of a cartrid…
True
False: shorter shelf life
Nerve Block
Extruded Stopper
Several of the more potent injectable…
True
The shelf life of a local anesthetic c…
False: shorter shelf life
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
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
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
76 terms
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
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)
67 terms
Dental Hygiene/Clinic Final
General Supervision
Indirect Supervision
Direct Supervision
Periodontist
-has given consent to the procedures -dentist must be in the…
-dentist in office & authorizes procedures - remains in offic…
degree of supervision by a person overseeing the work of othe…
treats the tissue around the tooth
General Supervision
-has given consent to the procedures -dentist must be in the…
Indirect Supervision
-dentist in office & authorizes procedures - remains in offic…
67 terms
Dental Hygiene Periodontal Assessment
periodontum
what holds tooth in place
BE ABLE TO IDENTIFY ALL STRUCTURES ON…
apical
gingiva, periodontal ligaments, cementum, alveolar bone. prot…
periodontal ligaments, cementum, alveolar bone
gingival margin, free gingiva, etc.
down towards the root
periodontum
gingiva, periodontal ligaments, cementum, alveolar bone. prot…
what holds tooth in place
periodontal ligaments, cementum, alveolar bone
12 terms
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
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
66 terms
Dental Hygiene Community
Count
Distribution
Proportion
Rate
How many people
How a disease is spread out
# of people with the disease / # of people in a population
# of people with the disease / # of people at risk
Count
How many people
Distribution
How a disease is spread out
95 terms
Dental hygiene process of care
What is the purpose of the dental hygi…
What is not the purpose of the dental…
What are the five phases of the dental…
Assessment phase is the gathering of a…
to meet the individual needs of each patient
-meet clinical requirements... -meet daily goals
1. Assessment... 2. Dental hygiene diagnosis... 3. planning... 4. impl…
1. medical/dental history... 2. vital signs... 3. extra oral/ intra…
What is the purpose of the dental hygi…
to meet the individual needs of each patient
What is not the purpose of the dental…
-meet clinical requirements... -meet daily goals
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
241 terms
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
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…
26 terms
Dental Hygiene -Medical Emergencies
Heart Failure
Emphysema
Hyperthyroidism
Hypothyroidism
Age: Elderly... Onset: Slow... Signs/sympt: Jugular vein distension…
Onset: Smoking environemnt... Signs/sympt: O2 tolerant, dyspnea,…
Age: 20-40... Onset: slow acute anxiety... Signs/sympt: Exophthalmu…
Onset: Slow acute anxiety... Signs/sympt: fatigue, cold, intoler…
Heart Failure
Age: Elderly... Onset: Slow... Signs/sympt: Jugular vein distension…
Emphysema
Onset: Smoking environemnt... Signs/sympt: O2 tolerant, dyspnea,…
82 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
60 terms
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
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
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…
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
14 terms
Dental Hygiene Procedure Codes
D0120
D0150
D0191
D0210
Periodic Exam
Comprehensive Exam
Assessment
FMX
D0120
Periodic Exam
D0150
Comprehensive Exam
221 terms
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
60 terms
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…
37 terms
Dental Hygiene Module 1 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…
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