Flashcards in Module 23 ch 25 Deck (34):
What are the 6 steps in the Preventive Program?
Plan for Intervention
Perform clinical Services
Plan Maintenance interval
Learning is more effective when an individual is ___ and ____ ready to learn
____ Is essential for learning?
What an individual learns in a given situation depends on what is _ and _
An individual learns what is actually ____
What are the 6 steps on the learning ladder?
Patient has knowledge but doesn't apply facts to personal action
Self-satisfaction in the comfort and value of sound teeth and healthy gums. (daily routine)
Awareness and application to self
Realizing the application of facts contributes to well being (initial motivation)
Tests new knowledge and begins to change in behavior (goal is possible to achieve)
The initial instruction is best given ____
before any clinical tx
During the 1st OHI lesson you should orient your patient to _______ ______
A specific brushing method isn't necessarily taught on the first lesson unless?
pt. demonstrates detrimental brushing method
The purpose of the 2nd lesson in OHI is to?
Evaluate and Expand on Knowledge taught at 1st lesson
Learning means that a _____ has occurred
change in behavior
Your teaching aids should be _____, _____-based, and _____
The objective of a teaching aid must be __ and readily _____ by the patient
What are 6 properties of an acceptable disclosing agent?
duration of color
irritation to gums
A disclosing agent solution is __ enough so it can be applied readily, yet ___ enough to show intense color.
In a two-tone disclosing agent the thicker biofilm stains ______ and the thinner (new) biofilm stains _____
Xerostomia is a disease?
Saliva ___ membranes, helps with self-_____ Aids in ______ and _____ food, buffers _____, And aids in _______ of caries
Xerostomia is caused by?
absence or diminished quantity of saliva
Xerostomia can be cause by head and neck _____, surgical removal of ______, _____syndrome, or _____ induced.
Patients with Xerostomia should be on a fluoride program?
Patients with xerostomia should stay away from ______based products
The sources of causes of Halitosis can be ___ or ___
At least ___% of all malodor originates in the oral cavity
As low as _____% of malodor originates from a systemic cause
If the smell comes from the mouth but can't be smelt when the patient breaths out of the nose it is assumed to be from a _____origin
What does VSC stand for
Volatile Sulphur Compounds
VSC's are high in patients with _____ disease