Flashcards in Module 22 ch 24/46/47 Deck (20):
What are the 3 parts of a Care Plan
Dental Caries Control
The written Care Plan is Predicated on the dental hygiene ______
A written dental hygiene care o=plan will help to provide a __ to ensure that all planned interventions are _____
A well prepared dental hygiene care plan is _____ and _____
The patient name, age, and gender would all go under the ______ data of the care plan
The Medical History, Dental History, Clinical Exams, and Links to Risk Factors would all go under the ___ findings and ___factors
Hypersensitivity being RELATED to exposed cementum would be an example of a ______ statement
You should have ____ ____ for each oral health problem found in the diagnosis phase as well as a ____ time frame
Informed consent is a legal concept that can't exist without a written document?
_____ consent is given either orally or in writing?
_____consent is granted by the patients presence in the dental chair?
What is the difference between a formative and a summative evaluation?
Formative is during treatment
Summative is after treatment is finished
(determines if goals have been met)
Final evaluation of dental hygiene treatment outcomes is made ____ initial therapy has been completed
Adherence to a professional dental hygiene standard of care is enhanced through _____ inquiry and pursuit of life long ____
Continuous evidence based
There should be a fixed interval maintenance program for all patients?
Patients with Perio, diabetes, rampant caries, and orthodontics should be seen how often for maintenance appointments?
_____ PMT is used to SLOW the progress of the disease?
Posttreatment PMT is used to ______
prevent the recurrence of the disease
A complete reassessment , progress diagnosis, and maintenance care plan should be given every year?
every maintenance appt.