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12 terms
Dental Assisting: Specialties in Dentistry
dentist
hygienist
pedodontist
periodontist
treat the mouth and teeth
clean teeth (prophylaxis), preventive work
children's dentist
gum and bone specialist
dentist
treat the mouth and teeth
hygienist
clean teeth (prophylaxis), preventive work
22 terms
Preventive Dentistry Dental Stains
Extrinsic Stain
Intrinsic stain
Exogenous
Endogenous
outside- adhere to pellicle
Stains incorporated within tooth structure... May be related to…
comes from outside
comes from within
Extrinsic Stain
outside- adhere to pellicle
Intrinsic stain
Stains incorporated within tooth structure... May be related to…
27 terms
Intro to Dental Restorations & Restorative Dentistry
Teeth need restoring due to:
Options to replace missing teeth:
Proximal surface:
Interproximal:
1. Fracture/loss due to trauma... 2. Decay... 3. Perio disease... 4. C…
1. Bridge, crowns... 2. implant... 3. Partial denture... 4. full denture
surface of a tooth or portion of a cavity nearest to the adja…
the space between the proximal surfaces of adjoining teeth
Teeth need restoring due to:
1. Fracture/loss due to trauma... 2. Decay... 3. Perio disease... 4. C…
Options to replace missing teeth:
1. Bridge, crowns... 2. implant... 3. Partial denture... 4. full denture
83 terms
Dentistry: Dental and Oral Radiography
NOTES about history
What 3 components control radiographic…
With dental rads, which of the 3 compo…
How are most vet dental rad machines s…
...
1. kVp (kilovolt peak)- strength, controls the quality of the…
- time... - fixed Kvp and MA... - mouths are usually the same, do…
- exposure based on the size of the patient, the speed of den…
NOTES about history
...
What 3 components control radiographic…
1. kVp (kilovolt peak)- strength, controls the quality of the…
61 terms
Operative Dentistry & Dental Instruments
What is the difference between examina…
Formula developed to standardize size…
Parts of the dental hand pieces?
What are basic examination instruments?
-Examination instruments: Used to exam the oral health status…
Blacks Formula. It is a 3 number system. Ex: 1-2-3... 1= width o…
Handle- Part that operator holds ... Shank- Part that attaches…
Mirror, explorer, and cotton pliers.
What is the difference between examina…
-Examination instruments: Used to exam the oral health status…
Formula developed to standardize size…
Blacks Formula. It is a 3 number system. Ex: 1-2-3... 1= width o…
66 terms
Dentistry: Dental and Oral Radiography
What 3 components control radiographic…
What are the dental film sizes?
When is size 4 often used?
When do you use a size 2?
1. kVp (kilovolt peak)- strength, controls the quality of the…
- 4, 3, 2, 1, and 0... - most common sizes used in veterinary m…
- largest... - large breed dogs or whole mouth rads
- small dogs and cats ... - most any single tooth radiograph,
What 3 components control radiographic…
1. kVp (kilovolt peak)- strength, controls the quality of the…
What are the dental film sizes?
- 4, 3, 2, 1, and 0... - most common sizes used in veterinary m…
38 terms
Dental Materials - Metals in Dentistry
Metal
noble metals
crystal formation
nucleation
- element that ionizes positively in solution... - structure is…
resist oxidation and corrosion
- nucleation... - grain growth... - formation of grain boundaries
- initial nucleus must be of certain size for crystal to cont…
Metal
- element that ionizes positively in solution... - structure is…
noble metals
resist oxidation and corrosion
18 terms
History of Dental Hygiene and Dentistry
Hesy-re
Monks
Barbers
Pierre Fauchard
considered to be the first known "dentist". He lived in 3000 BC
from 500-1000 AD they were the most educated of people and wo…
1100's a papal decree prohibbited monks from performing surge…
1700's, known as the father of dentistry, wrote a detailed bo…
Hesy-re
considered to be the first known "dentist". He lived in 3000 BC
Monks
from 500-1000 AD they were the most educated of people and wo…
23 terms
History of Dentistry and Dental Hygiene
Who is the father of dental hygiene?
Who was the first dental hygienist?
Who is given credit for hiring the fir…
Who discovered the X-Ray?
Dr. Alfred C. Fones
Irene Newman
Dr. Kells
Wilhelm Roetgen
Who is the father of dental hygiene?
Dr. Alfred C. Fones
Who was the first dental hygienist?
Irene Newman
6 terms
Dental specialties- cosmetic dentistry
Improving attractiveness of teeth
Bleaching
Bonding
Veneering
Polepszanie atrakcyjności zębów
Wybielanie
Wiązanie
Licowanie
Improving attractiveness of teeth
Polepszanie atrakcyjności zębów
Bleaching
Wybielanie
69 terms
Pediatric Dentistry: Stanford Dental Review
1. At which ages will a permanent maxi…
2. A town has water with a fluoride io…
3. At which level of fluoride in water…
4. Which is the maximum recommended le…
A. 10... 1) Permanent central incisors in the maxilla erupt at…
D. none ... 1) No fluoride supplementtion is required in a chil…
B. > 0.6ppm... 1) If a community has drinking water with a fluo…
A. 1 mg/day... 1) The maximum fluoride supplementation is 1 mg/…
1. At which ages will a permanent maxi…
A. 10... 1) Permanent central incisors in the maxilla erupt at…
2. A town has water with a fluoride io…
D. none ... 1) No fluoride supplementtion is required in a chil…
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Dental assistant preventive dentistry
Prenatal
Pulpotomy
Spasticity
T-band
Before birth
Removal of the coronal portion of a vital pulp from a tooth
Exaggerated movement of the arms and legs
Type of matrix band used for primary teeth
Prenatal
Before birth
Pulpotomy
Removal of the coronal portion of a vital pulp from a tooth
30 terms
History of Dentistry & Dental Technology
PIERRE FOUCHARD
PHILLIP PFAFF
G. V. BLACK ... ... (Green Vardiman Black)
JOHN BAKER
the FOUNDER of MODERN DENTISTRY; ... ... wrote WORLD'S 1st BOOK on…
1st to take an IMPRESSION in a TRAY ... & pour a RIGID MODEL ... -…
the FATHER of MODERN DENTISTRY, ... a.k.a. ... the "GRAND OLD MAN o…
1st "REAL DENTIST" in USA ... - - - ... ... (USA, 1732-1796)
PIERRE FOUCHARD
the FOUNDER of MODERN DENTISTRY; ... ... wrote WORLD'S 1st BOOK on…
PHILLIP PFAFF
1st to take an IMPRESSION in a TRAY ... & pour a RIGID MODEL ... -…
43 terms
Dental history insignia of dentistry
Hermes
Apollo
Aesculapius
Aesculapius
The son of Zeus, known to romans as Mercury, messenger of God…
God of manly youth, beauty and poetry, Oracles
The blameless physician and the sage in arts and science live…
Staff with a serpent
Hermes
The son of Zeus, known to romans as Mercury, messenger of God…
Apollo
God of manly youth, beauty and poetry, Oracles
23 terms
Dental Assisting: Clinical Dentistry
supine position
rheostat
vacuum compressor
central air compressor
patient is positioned in a lying down position with knees and…
foot control used to control speed of handpieces
controls suction for oral evacuation units
provides air for air/water syringe and handpieces
supine position
patient is positioned in a lying down position with knees and…
rheostat
foot control used to control speed of handpieces
25 terms
Dental ethics + dentistry and law
Autonomy
Beneficence
Ethics
HIPAA
Self-determination, right to freedom of choice, self responsi…
To do good or provide a benefit
Moral standards of conduct rules or principles that govern pr…
Passed in 1996 and Protech's privacy regarding a patient's he…
Autonomy
Self-determination, right to freedom of choice, self responsi…
Beneficence
To do good or provide a benefit
26 terms
community Dentistry and dental hygiene
body of knowledge,... self regulation,... co…
profesionalism
honesty... altruism... respect... responsibilit…
commercial... guild... interactive
what are the characteristics of a profession
Deals with moral behaviour and principals
what are the core values of professionalism
what are the 3 models of professionalism
body of knowledge,... self regulation,... co…
what are the characteristics of a profession
profesionalism
Deals with moral behaviour and principals
38 terms
Dental Materials - Metals in Dentistry
Metal
noble metals
crystal formation
nucleation
- element that ionizes positively in solution... - structure is…
resist oxidation and corrosion
- nucleation... - grain growth... - formation of grain boundaries
- initial nucleus must be of certain size for crystal to cont…
Metal
- element that ionizes positively in solution... - structure is…
noble metals
resist oxidation and corrosion
10 terms
Dentistry 2: Dental Equipment
List hand instruments (11)
Luxator vs elevator
What is unique about the conformation…
Describe the maintenance of hand scalers
luxator... elevator... probe/explorer... suture material... scalpel... perio…
luxator - large, sharp end, bends if leverage is applied; use…
rounded edges - no gingival damage
must be sharpened after EVERY prophy - makes it atraumatic... u…
List hand instruments (11)
luxator... elevator... probe/explorer... suture material... scalpel... perio…
Luxator vs elevator
luxator - large, sharp end, bends if leverage is applied; use…
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Dental Materials Operative dentistry
Science of the diagnosis, prevention,…
What are the 3 goals of operative dent…
What aids are used to determine the pr…
What should be your main objective as…
Operative Dentistry
1. Diagnosis... 2. Prevention... 3. Treatment
Mirror... Explorer... Trans Illumination... Radiographs... Laser Fluoresc…
PREVENTION:... 1. before it occurs-fluoride treatments, oral hy…
Science of the diagnosis, prevention,…
Operative Dentistry
What are the 3 goals of operative dent…
1. Diagnosis... 2. Prevention... 3. Treatment
81 terms
Veterinary Dentistry and Dental prophylaxis
what is/where is the crown of the tooth?
what is/where is the enamel of the too…
true or false: enamel is the hardest s…
What is the major difference between t…
portion of the tooth above the gumline (part you can see of t…
covers the crown and extends a small distance below the gumline
true
enamel: cannot regenerate ... cementum: can regenerate
what is/where is the crown of the tooth?
portion of the tooth above the gumline (part you can see of t…
what is/where is the enamel of the too…
covers the crown and extends a small distance below the gumline
40 terms
Dental Asst Quiz Pediatric Dentistry
Describe the appearance of a pediatric…
What are Erikson's stages of developme…
2-6 year olds overall
6-12 year olds overall
Cheery colors and lighting... Non-threatening decor... "Theme" desi…
Guidelines to help define what is "normal" for child behavior.
Likes to be with parents and siblings... Likes to play... Can respo…
Period for socializing--friends important... Asserting independe…
Describe the appearance of a pediatric…
Cheery colors and lighting... Non-threatening decor... "Theme" desi…
What are Erikson's stages of developme…
Guidelines to help define what is "normal" for child behavior.
Dental Pharmacology
pharmacology
Drug
Organic drugs
Inorganic drugs
Science or branch of medicine that includes the research , de…
Substance that can be taken for prevention, diagnosis and tre…
Derived from living organisms, plants or animals
Made in lab chemical source
pharmacology
Science or branch of medicine that includes the research , de…
Drug
Substance that can be taken for prevention, diagnosis and tre…
98 terms
Dentistry: Physical Oral and dental condtions
What are you looking at for vitality?
What is puplitis?
What are two forms of pulpitis?
What is reversible pulpitis: what usua…
the integrity of the pulp → it is alive or dead
- pulpal inflammation... - Pink, blue tinged
1. reversible ... 2. irriversible
- is usually caused by:... 1. trauma in young dogs... 2. caries…
What are you looking at for vitality?
the integrity of the pulp → it is alive or dead
What is puplitis?
- pulpal inflammation... - Pink, blue tinged
71 terms
Dofka Dental Terminology: Chapter 17-Pediatric Dentistry
pedodontist
deciduous teeth
caries
epsulis
dentist who specializes in pediatric dentistry
non-permanent teeth; "baby teeth"
dental decay
fibrous, sarcomatous tumor; also called gumboil
pedodontist
dentist who specializes in pediatric dentistry
deciduous teeth
non-permanent teeth; "baby teeth"
330 terms
Dental Pharmacology
FDA
DEA
FDA
Schedule I
Which regulatory agency in the U. S. must approve a drug befo…
What branch of the Department of Justice requires all persons…
Which regulatory agency has jurisdiction over the advertising…
Drugs with the highest potential for abuse are found in which…
FDA
Which regulatory agency in the U. S. must approve a drug befo…
DEA
What branch of the Department of Justice requires all persons…
19 terms
Intro to Dental Restorations and Restorative Dentistry
fracture/loss due to trauma, decay, an…
Class I
Class II
Class III
teeth need restoring due to:
cavities on pits and fissures of occlusals
caries on proximals of posteriors
caries on proximals of anteriors
fracture/loss due to trauma, decay, an…
teeth need restoring due to:
Class I
cavities on pits and fissures of occlusals
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Dental Pharmacology
a.a.
a.c.
b.i.d.
t.i.d.
Of each
Before meals
Twice a day
Three times a day
a.a.
Of each
a.c.
Before meals
95 terms
Operative Dentistry: Stanford Dental Review
1. Which is the extent of demineraliza…
How is retention achieved in the Class…
3. What is the maximum thickness of a…
4. What is the range of light emitted…
A. Less than halfway through the enamel... 1) A white-spot that…
A. 1 and 3... 1) Class I composite preparations have occlusally…
C. 1-2mm... 1) Composite can be properly polymerized in 1 to 2…
B. 450-500 nm... 1) The efficacy of a curing light is dependent…
1. Which is the extent of demineraliza…
A. Less than halfway through the enamel... 1) A white-spot that…
How is retention achieved in the Class…
A. 1 and 3... 1) Class I composite preparations have occlusally…
33 terms
Restorative Dentistry for Pediatric Dental Patient
What are the types of restorations ava…
What are some considerations when deci…
What are some anatomic considerations…
What are some advantages of using a ru…
• Enamoplasty + Sealant... • Preventive Resin Restoration (PRR)…
• Generally we want to be as conservative of tooth structure…
• Primary teeth have thinner enamel and dentin thickness than…
• Better access and visualization are gained by retracting so…
What are the types of restorations ava…
• Enamoplasty + Sealant... • Preventive Resin Restoration (PRR)…
What are some considerations when deci…
• Generally we want to be as conservative of tooth structure…
17 terms
Dental - Ch. 30 - Pharmacology
absorption
distribution
dosage
dose
process by which the body takes in a drug
action by which a drug is released throughout the body
amount of drug to be administered in specific time, often acc…
specified quantity of a drug or medicine
absorption
process by which the body takes in a drug
distribution
action by which a drug is released throughout the body
34 terms
Dental Materials Test 3 (Polymers for Prosthetic Dentistry)
Polymer
Copolymer
Polymerization
Cross-Linked Polymers
Large, long-chain high molecular weight molecules formed by c…
Polymer created by 2 or more different types of monomers... - P…
The chemical act of forming polymers... (monomer + monomer + mon…
- The polymer chains often have short chains of atoms attache…
Polymer
Large, long-chain high molecular weight molecules formed by c…
Copolymer
Polymer created by 2 or more different types of monomers... - P…
25 terms
comm dentistry dental health edu
blank education motivates, informs and…
health blank is a combination of edu,…
the blank blank theory is the belief t…
the theory of blank blank is when some…
health, advocates change
promotion
social cognitive
reasoned action (ex drinking fluoridated water)
blank education motivates, informs and…
health, advocates change
health blank is a combination of edu,…
promotion
26 terms
Restorative Dentistry-Properties of Dental Materials
Mechanical Properties
Force
Stress
Shear Stress
Reveals the elastic and inelastic abilities of a dental mater…
Any push or pull acting on an object.
The force applied to deform a material.
Parallel forces created by sliding in opposite directions.
Mechanical Properties
Reveals the elastic and inelastic abilities of a dental mater…
Force
Any push or pull acting on an object.
19 terms
Dentistry 3 - Dental Equipment and Instruments
Dentistry Workspace
Ultrasonic Power Scaler
Sonic scaler
Polishing unit
- Ideally want a seperate workspace as oral cavity is non-ste…
- remove dental deposits from teeth ... - remove gross deposits…
- driven by compressed air ... - vbrate slowerand produce less h…
- removes microirregularities so no surfaces for plaque to st…
Dentistry Workspace
- Ideally want a seperate workspace as oral cavity is non-ste…
Ultrasonic Power Scaler
- remove dental deposits from teeth ... - remove gross deposits…
137 terms
Exam 3: Dentistry and Dental Prophylaxis
Crown
Enamel
Root
Cementum
Portion of the tooth above the gum line... Covered by enamel
-Covers the crown and extends a small distance below the gum…
-Portion of tooth below the crown, enclosed in bony sockets o…
-50% mineral... -Can regenerate
Crown
Portion of the tooth above the gum line... Covered by enamel
Enamel
-Covers the crown and extends a small distance below the gum…
36 terms
Dentistry lecture 5: Dental Trauma
What are some examples of dental trauma?
What is crazing?
What causes enamel infraction?
What is the difference between uncompl…
Enamel infraction (crazing)... Crown fracture (enamel and dentin…
Cracks in the enamel... Poses no threat to tooth viability and n…
Enamel is very stiff so flexing of the tooth causes superfici…
Uncomplicated: no pulp exposure... Complicated: pulp exposure
What are some examples of dental trauma?
Enamel infraction (crazing)... Crown fracture (enamel and dentin…
What is crazing?
Cracks in the enamel... Poses no threat to tooth viability and n…
73 terms
Dental Pharmacology
Clindamycin antagonizes the effects of…
Use of probenecid
Probenecid can interfere with the excr…
Bactericidal antibiotics can interfere…
erythromycin, clarithromycin, and azithromycin
to treat gout
penicillin
bacteriostatic
Clindamycin antagonizes the effects of…
erythromycin, clarithromycin, and azithromycin
Use of probenecid
to treat gout
Pharmacology and Dentistry: Surgical final
indication of a drug
apomorphine
contraindications
frontline
why the drug is being used
to induce vomiting
circumstances when drugs should not be used
contraindication of ______ is to never apply to a kitten unde…
indication of a drug
why the drug is being used
apomorphine
to induce vomiting
39 terms
Dental pharmacology
Anesthetic
Analgesia
Local anesthetic
General anesthetic
Without feeling- during treatment
Without pain- after treatment
Causes loss of sensation in a specific area of the body
Causes loss of sensation and consciousness for the entire body
Anesthetic
Without feeling- during treatment
Analgesia
Without pain- after treatment
20 terms
Dental Pharmacology
a.a.
a.c.
ad
b.i.d.
Of each
Before meals
To, up to
Twice daily
a.a.
Of each
a.c.
Before meals
37 terms
Dental Pharmacology
Pharmacology
Drug
Pharmacy
Pharmacokinetics
The study of new drugs as chemical substances that affects bi…
Chemical substance that affects biological systems (vitamins,…
The art of preparing and dispensing drugs
Study of how a drug enters the body, circulates whiting the b…
Pharmacology
The study of new drugs as chemical substances that affects bi…
Drug
Chemical substance that affects biological systems (vitamins,…
111 terms
Dental Pharmacology
Common types of medications
Chemical name
Trade(brand) name
Generic
1. NSAIDS (anti-inflammatory)... 2. Anticoagulants ... 3. Antibioti…
Series of numbers of letters and numbers
1. Protected by a 17 yr patent... 2. laways capitalized
1. Official name of drugs... 2. Always lower case
Common types of medications
1. NSAIDS (anti-inflammatory)... 2. Anticoagulants ... 3. Antibioti…
Chemical name
Series of numbers of letters and numbers
41 terms
Dental Terminology: Chapter 17-Pediatric Dentistry
pedodontist
deciduous teeth
caries
epsulis
dentist who specializes in pediatric dentistry
non-permanent teeth; "baby teeth"
dental decay
fibrous, sarcomatous tumor; also called gumboil
pedodontist
dentist who specializes in pediatric dentistry
deciduous teeth
non-permanent teeth; "baby teeth"
15 terms
Dental Pharmacology
carbamazapine
phenytoin
valproic acid
gabapentin
Tegretol... Antiepileptic, used in the tx of migraines, bipolar…
Anticonvulsant... DILANTIN... gingival enlargement, ulcerations and…
Depakote... Anticonvulsant, bipolar disorders... Bleeding time may…
NEURONTIN... Anti-seizure drugs used also for pain of neuropathi…
carbamazapine
Tegretol... Antiepileptic, used in the tx of migraines, bipolar…
phenytoin
Anticonvulsant... DILANTIN... gingival enlargement, ulcerations and…
24 terms
Modern Dental Assisting Chapter 1 History Of Dentistry
Irene Newman
Preceptorship
Forensic dentistry
Periodontal disease
First dental hygienist
To study under the guidance of one already in the profession
Establishes the identity of an individual on the basis of den…
A disease of the structures that supports the teeth(gums and…
Irene Newman
First dental hygienist
Preceptorship
To study under the guidance of one already in the profession
30 terms
Chapter 17 (Essentials of Dental Assisting) Preventative Dentistry
Active Learning
Calculus
Demineralization
Dental Decay (Dental Caries)
When the patient is actively participating in the process.
Bacterial plaque that forms on: Natural teeth & Dental prosth…
Loss of Calcium & Phosphate of Enamel
Occurs when sugar (from foods we eat) turn into acid.
Active Learning
When the patient is actively participating in the process.
Calculus
Bacterial plaque that forms on: Natural teeth & Dental prosth…
30 terms
Chapter 17 (Essentials of Dental Assisting) Preventative Dentistry
Active Learning
Calculus
Demineralization
Dental Decay (Dental Caries)
When the patient is actively participating in the process.
Bacterial plaque that forms on: Natural teeth & Dental prosth…
Loss of Calcium & Phosphate of Enamel
Occurs when sugar (from foods we eat) turn into acid.
Active Learning
When the patient is actively participating in the process.
Calculus
Bacterial plaque that forms on: Natural teeth & Dental prosth…
Dental Formulas, Dentistry chapter 15, Dentistry Chapter 7, DENTISTRY Chapter 6
Puppy
Dog
Kitten
Cat
2x(3/3i,1/1c,3/3p)=28
2x(3/3I,1/1C,3/2P,2/3M)=42
2x(3/3i,1/1c,3/2p)=26
2x(3/3I,1/1C,3/2P,1/1M)=30
Puppy
2x(3/3i,1/1c,3/3p)=28
Dog
2x(3/3I,1/1C,3/2P,2/3M)=42
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