Dental Hygiene Diagnosis After collecting al the assessment data, I preceded to formulate Dental Hygiene diagnosis for my client. CAL readings in the assessment phase were 8 mm. This edition adds MORE illustrations and NEW review questions with references to specific chapters in core textbooks where more in-depth explanations can be found.
I performed visual evaluation, as well as extra, intraoral exam, gingival evaluation, PSR and complete periodontal evaluation.
All the rest was pretty much the standard planning of dental hygiene interventions: This was the result: Slightly coated tongue related to inadequate brushing technique Increased bleeding and accumulation of supra and subgingival plaque related to ineffective interproximal plaque control.
Perfect addition to my dental hygiene books!!! I wish I had something like this when I was in DH school. A definite must for the board exam!!! Coloring is being used in formal therapeutic settings such as eye-hand coordination development and to help heal victims of trauma.
The pictures and the quality of the pages is fantastic. My choice was use of hand-activated instruments exclusively for quadrant 4, thus avoiding sensitivity.
My client was very impressed of this simple yet very thorough analysis and promised that in near future she will do modifications in her diet so deficient servings will be annulled. This book is the perfect addition to any Dental Anatomy course textbook.
Each chapter includes several images that you are asked to color and connect with corresponding labels. Access to online student resources on the Evolve companion website for Illustrated Anatomy of the Head and Neck, 4th Edition, including use of the Body Spectrum electronic anatomy coloring book from Elsevier site.
Fluoride present in the clinic required one minute to be applied to take effect. Studies also show that coloring can reduce stress. The diagrams have numbered leader lines with the labels given in a table below each diagram so that students can mask these out for purposes of self-testing.
During this visit I was able to note following changes: Due to a presence of remnants of a root at 21 I was asked by attending dentist to avoid that area for debridement. Moderate generalized chronic gingivitis with moderate recession in sextants 1 and 5 and severe recession in sextant 3 related to increased accumulation of supra and subgingival soft and hard deposits.
Nutritional Assessment and analysis Client was given three day dietary diary to fill out, s I would be able to analyze here dietary habits and give her few suggestions what she is deficient in and what she has a higher intake in her diet.
She tried flossing twice and stated that will do it more often She cleanses her tongue on a daily basis Colour of gingiva at 27 has changed from purple to pink-red Sensitivity has occurred due to the removal of calculus and exposure of the roots Presence of plaque and calculus was completely eliminated PSR readings in quadrant 1 has changed from code 4 into code 3 due to a appearance of long junctional epithelium on mesiolingual line angle of I asked my client to do diary one day during the weekend and two days during the week.
Regardless of your needs, there is so much to be gained by spending some time coloring. Featuring an array of coloring and labeling activities, the DACB provides an easy, fun, and effective way to memorize the structures of the head and neck region as well as the basic body systems affecting dentistry.
The curriculum is extremely demanding and there is so much information to learn in the beginning. Students report that they find this can be an effective supplementary method for learning anatomy.
Great pictures, easy to understand.
Evaluation Outcomes of Dental Hygiene Care 28 days after the second visit client came for evaluation of my implemented dental hygiene treatment. Past Edition Reviews Excellent resource!
I LOVE the dental anatomy coloring book you designed!! When my client was scheduled for Oral Hygiene instructions, I explained my client the analysis and stressed out the need to get extra servings of fruits, veggies, grains and especially dairy since my client is in the period of her life when she needs more vitamin D and calcium for her bone mineral density that usually is found in diary.
It is a great and relaxing way for students to learn the anatomy! Fluoride treatment with tray method to decrease and arrest caries occurrence Implementation Oral Hygiene Instructions Oral hygiene instructions were given to client prior the beginning of periodontal debridement.
So take a break from your studies and find your creative center!
Moderate generalized chronic periodontitis accompanied with mobility in sextants 1 and 5 and furcation involvement in sextants 1 and 3 related to a generalized early bone loss and localized moderate bone loss in 17,26,27,32 to Developed by Margaret Fehrenbach, a nationally renowned authority in dental professional education, this coloring book makes it easier to identify anatomic landmarks and understand the complex interrelationships involved in dental anatomy and physiology.
I asked client to modify her brushing technique and to use Rolling stroke technique due to a recession present, I demonstrated use of floss and asked her to consider using floss, at least in occasional basis, and I wrapped up my OHI with demo of tongue brushing and its importance in daily oral self care.
Oral hygiene instructions when I will modify clients brushing technique into Rolling technique and try to convince client to start flossing Demonstrate daily tongue brushing in order to decrease plaque accumulation on the tongue Periodontal debridement with hand-activated and power-driven instruments to eliminate major and contributory causes of gingival and periodontal inflammation.
Planning — RDH Treatment plan Between to sessions of clinic I developed my Dental hygiene plan for all interventions that will be needed for my client in order to meet her human needs for oral health.
Periodontal debridement Periodontal debridement was completed in three appointments:SAMPLE TEST ITEMS The following test items, Dental hygienists should complete informed consent procedures with patients.
of the following is a component of informed consent EXCEPT one. Which the residents In this study, which of the following represents the independent variable3. increase the likelihood that dental and dental hygiene faculty members will adopt the developed case study once it is available for use.
The themes identified in this study could be applied to the development of future case studies and may provide broader. Turning Point Success Challenge Dental Hygiene Case Study by: Judith Elizondo Case Overview: Dan is 50 years of age who has been attending the dental office since Case Studies for Dental Hygiene Patient Care Dental Hygienists are a community of professionals devoted to the prevention of oral disease and the promotion and improvement of the public's health.
These in-depth case studies have been designed specifically for dental hygiene students. Each case includes the patient documentation (Patient History and Periodontal Charting) and images (Radiographs and Intraoral images). A variety of topics were presented in the Case Study columns.
Use the following 33 questions to review and test your knowledge concerning this year's eleven columns. After completing the Case Study Test, turn to page 52 to check your answers.Download