5 Questions |
By ThereseRDH | Last updated: Sep 4, 2018
| Total Attempts: 252
This quiz assesses dental hygiene students' readiness to work with patients in a clinical setting.
Questions and Answers
Your clinical patient, Mary Doe, arrives for her semi-yearly dental appointment for a "cleaning and dental examination." While assessing her soft tissues and periodontium, you note the presence of gingival swelling and redness in the maxillary posterior regions. You also note bleeding upon probing and periodontal pockets around the following teeth: #2 - 5mm MB, #3 - 4mm DB, #14 - 6mm DB, #15 - 5mm MB, and #15 - 5mm MLi. You also detect a malodor. Your patient has been unaware of the breath odor; however, she does report bleeding upon tooth brushing. These findings are indicative of:
Medication Side Effect
On your patient's (Mary Doe) full-mouth set of radiographs, you notice a triangular-shaped opacity in the interproximal space between teeth #14 and #15. What is this radiographic opacity?
If a patient in the dental office is a regular client and comes in semi-annually for check-ups, it is not necessary to review his/her medical history at each dental appointment.
It is appropriate for the dental hygienist to review a patient's dietary habits and explain the impact such habits have on the patient's oral health.
What can be the result of performing Quadrant Deep Scaling on a patient taking Coumadin or similar blood thinners?
The Outer Oblique portion of the Temporomandibular Ligament limits normal rotational opening movementThe Inner Horizontal portion of the Temporomandibular ligament limits Anterior movement of the condyle and articular disc
The demand for aesthetic in dentistry has created a variety of restorative materials meant for dental restoration. Ceramic restorations for instance are so natural looking and the dentists need to carefully evaluate what they...
Questions: 78 | Attempts: 677 | Last updated: Nov 5, 2018
One of the most common restorative materials in dentistry is composite.
The Dental Board Exam Prep, Part I is very important for anyone seeking to obtain licensure in dentistry. It's an exam which has been designed to evaluate qualified dental students, former dental students and members of the...
Questions: 10 | Attempts: 489 | Last updated: Oct 28, 2018
In active transport, materials enter the cell in membrane-bound vesicles. This process is knows as what?