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NJ Dental Hygiene Jurisprudence Exam

______ Determines which drug to use and for which procedure DentistRDH can administer LA under _____________ supervision DirectEach dentist may supervise ___ dental hygienists at 1 time in an office 3In an institution, a document has to review all chart entries made by the RDH within _____ days 30_____ _____ of LA CE needed in every other biennial renewal period Four hoursWhitening agents: RDH can demonstrate home use bleaching system and apply bleaching agentsLasers are for ____ only, not for cutting, burning, or permanently altering hard or soft tissues Diagnosis onlyChange of address Notify board of change within 30 days...

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Ga dental hygiene practice act

Monitoring of licensed professionals to enforce the laws and rules is termed regulationexamples of regulation includes – Radiation safety – Infection control – Domestic violence training – CPRwhat are the ga license requriements – Proof of graduation from accredited dental hygiene program. – Proof of passing the NBDHE. – Proof of passing a clinical board exam accepted by the state. – 75% or greater on the state’s jurisprudence exam.What are the three exceptions for licensure exceptions – civil service – teaching – temporary licenseWhat is the state practice act charges the t...

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Dental Anesthesia 4DD SEM1 – MCQs

1. Surface activity and low toxic potential? – Cocaine – Benzocaine – Bupivacaine – procaine – Lidocaine ✓ Benzocaine2. Which of the following drugs can cause methemoglonemia? – Cocaine – Lidocaine – Bupivacaine – Procaine – Prilocaine ✓ Prilocaine3. Vasoconstrictor in Local anesthetic solution is? – Reduce toxic effects of LA solution – Decreases depth & duration of LA – Increase bleeding – Increase toxic effects of LA – Has no effect on efficacy LA solution ✓ Reduce toxic effects of LA solution4. When injecting Local solutionin maxilla on buccal side. The ...

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Dental assistant PIMA.

Dr.Green Vardimen Black was known as? The “grand old man of dentistry.The ADA Represents? Dentist.The ADAA represents? Assistants.An endodontist Handles? Root Canal Therapy.Orthodontics is the specialty of performing? The Straightening of the Teeth.Pediatric Dentistry is the specialty concerned with? The Oral care of children.The specialty with the diagnosis and treatment of the diseases of the tissue that supports and surround the tooth is ? Periodontics.The first Dentist ,whose name was recorded in 3000 BCE ,was? Hesi-ReWho is considerd to be one of the founders of professional dentistry in the United States? Hora...

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Dental law and ethics chapter 4

Consent Voluntary acceptable of agreement to what is planned or done by another person.Criminal Law Law that refers to wrongs committed against the public as a wholeDefendant Person or party that is being sued by the lawsuitJustice Concept of fairness and integrityAssignment Refers to the dentist assigning to a dental assistant or dental hygienist a specific procedure that is to be preformed on a designated patient of recordNon maleficence Refers to the “do no harm” clause in the principles of ethics. the dentist has a duty to refrain from harming the patient.Lawsuit Legal action in courtInformed consent Consent for...

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Dental Composites

During resin polymerization, Activator converts initiator into a ??? free radicalWhat are the 3 main components of dental composite? 1. Resin matrix 2. Dispersed inorganic phase, filler 3. Coupling agent, chemically binds filler particles to matrixHow big is an enamel rod? 5-6 micrometersDuring resin polymerization, ??? converts ???? into a free radical Activator converts initiatorWhat is the activator/initiator for light cured composite? Activator: Blue light Initiator: Camphoroquinone DMAEMAWhat is the activator/initiator for chemical, self cure composite? Activator: Tertiary Amine Initiator: Benzoyl peroxideWhat eff...

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Community Dental Ch 16

Multifactorial The theory that a disease can be attributed to many factors is termedEpidemiology The study of disease in a target population is calledMortality & morbidity weekly report What publication is a compilation of cogent issues currently studied?Healthy people 2010 The prevention agenda for the United States is discussed in which publication?Global oral data bank What source contains oral epidemiological data from around the world?risk marker an attribute that is associated with the increased probability of disease but is not considered to have a causal rolerisk indicator is a modifiable attribute that is known to be as...

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Dental Hygiene Local Anesthesia

Where mandibular nerve passes through in the skull Foramen OvaleWhere nasopalatine nerve passes through Incisive ForamenMaxillary division of Trigeminal Nerve is SensoryNerve NOT associated with the mandibular nerve branch Infraorbital nerveTeeth that PSA innervates 1st, 2nd, and 3rd maxillary molars, but may not innervate MB root of the maxillary 1st molarWhat injection is needed to anesthetize linguals of max anteriors NasopalatineWhat injections are needed to anesthetize the entire palate on one side Greater Palatine and NasopalatineHow far do you insert the needle on an IANB? 20-25 mm or 3/4 the length of the needleWh...

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D3- Pedo- Dentistry for the Developmentally Disabled

T/F Amelogenesis imperfecta is considered a disability TrueWhat is the trend of SHCN patients? Seek care in community based centersWhat are barriers to care? Financial resources Language and cultural considerations Communication issues (AwDA requires dentist establish effective communication) Greater level of anxiety Transportation issuesAwDA Americans with Disability Act – Must have physical access to office (ie handicap ramps) – Those with disabilities are entitled to the same services as other patients – No discrimination in hiring persons with disabilities for any job for which they are qualifiedT/F As a pediatric dentist, ...

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History of dentistry ch 1 MDA

Commission on dental accreditation of the American dental association Commission that accredits,dentists,dental assisting,dental hygienists and dental laboratory education programsDental treatise Formal article or book based on dental evidence and facts.Forensic dentistry Area of dentistry that establishes the identity of an individual on the basis of dental evidence such as dental records, impressions, bite marks, and so forthPeriodontal disease Infections and other conditions of the structures that support the teeth (gums and bones)Preceptorship Study under the guidance of a dentist or other professionalSilver amalgam A mixture of mercur...

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