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1

What are some concerns when a patient is taking Oral Contraceptives?

  • Advise patient of potential risk of antiotic reducing effectiveness
  • Recommend pt discuss with PCM additional non-hormal means
  • Maintain compliance when concurrently using anbiotics

2

What type of dental treatment should you deliver when you have a pregnant pt in the First Trimester?

  • Plaque control
  • Oral hygiene instruction
  • Scaling, polishing, curettage
  • Avoid elective treatment; urgen care only

*Limit radiographic exposures to only those required for diagnosis and treatment

3

What type of dental treatment should you deliver when you have a pregnant pt in the Second Trimester?

  • Plaque Control
  • Oral hygiene instruction
  • Scaling, polishing, curettage
  • Routine dental care

*Limit radiographic exposures to only those rquired for diagnosis and treatment

 

4

What type of dental treatment should you deliver when you have a pregnant pt in the Third Trimester?

  • Plaque control
  • Oral hygiene instruction
  • Scaling, polishing, curettage
  • Routine dental care

* Limit radiographic exposures to only those required for diagnosis and treatment

5

What are the different pregancy drug risk categories?

6

What pregnancy risk category are Lidocaine, Marcaine, and Articaine?

  • Lidocaine - B
  • Marcaine - C
  • Articaine - C

7

What preganancy risk category are antibiotics like Amoxicillin and Clindamycin?

  • Amoxicillin - B
  • Clindamycin - B

8

What pregnancy risk category are pain meds like Tylneol, Motrin, Codein, and Oxycodone?

  • Tylenol - B
  • Motrin - C
  • Codeine - C
  • Oxycodone - C

9

How should you advise Nursing Mothers regarding prescribing drugs?

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics

  • Most drugs likely to be prescribed should have no effect on milk supply or on infant well-being
  • Drug in milk is < 1-2% of maternal dose
  • Take drug just after nursing and wait 4 hours or longer if possible

10

According to the American College of OB/GYN how should manage a pregnant mother with x-rays and local anesthesia?

Reassure patients that prevention diagnosis, and treatment or oral conditions, including x-rays (with proper shielding) and local anesthesia (lidocaine with or without epinephrine) are safe during pregnancy

11

How should you adivse a pregnant patient who needs dental treatment according to the American College of OB/GYN?

Conditions that require immediate treatment (extractions, root canals, and restoration of untreated caries) may be managed at any time during pregnancy