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which hormones are lowered when someone has menopause?
estrogen and progesterone
what might the taste perception of a postmentopausal patient taste like? (3)
which vitamin in particular is associated with postmenopausal women?
vitamin B (b as in boy)
erosion of enamel and dentin as a result of chemical and mechanical effects is called: (from regurgitation of stomach contents)
independence from parents
body image acceptance
adoption of peer and lifestyles
sexual, ego, vocational, and moral identities
are all _________ _________ factors of the _________
- psychosocial developmental
where does the acid from vomiting stay retained the longest? (on which surfaces of teeth)
palatal of the maxillary teeth
what happens to the parotid gland with someone that has bulimia?
it enlarges in 2-6 days after a binge, unknown cause, functions properly, not sensitive to palpitation
if someone is bulimic, where does perimylolysis show?
on the palatal surfaces of the teeth, lingual of max ants which are translucent glass-like. it eventually gets to the occ/incisal edges
which part of the mouth is protected if someone has a nasty vomiting habit?
mand teeth. tongue, lips, cheeks all protect
what four categories are involved in the risk factors of mental retardation?
what kind of control for dental caries should someone with mental retardation be have?
- same as general population
- biofilm removal
- notify the frequency of cariogenic foods consumed
which patients especially should you do "show-tell-do"?
what is a conceptual social and practical skills that have been learned by people in order to function in everyday life?
what categories are included in adaptive behavior? (3)
- conceptual (learning, reading, self-direction)
- social (self esteem, law abiding)
- practical (daily living, occupational skills)
what are four characteristics of someone with autism?
- problems with social interaction
- problems with verbal/nonverbal communication
- ritualistic or compulsive behaviors
- atypical response to environment
what is the most effective med for children with autism?
risperidone (antipsychotic med)
what are the oral manifestations found in someone with autism?
NONE!!!! there are only factors that contribute to poor oral health! yaya!
what can the caregiver of someone with autism do to help desensitize the patient in preparation of coming to the dental office?
use a mouth mirror and film to practice at home, to familiarize them before appt
should a person with autism be rewarded with edible rewards when they do something well?
NO! INEDIBLE rewards are an excellent choice.
when bringing an autistic pt into the office, what should be avoided?
loud noises, music, noisy equipment, and irrelevant conversations, and unnecessary touching (don't be a sicko)
t/f if someone is autistic, it is best to instrument and get their cleaning done in one appt so they dont have to come back
false! instrumentation may not be included in the first appt
what is the aspect of dental science that relates and applies dental facts to legal proceedings? encompasses dental identification, malpractice litigation, peer review, and dental licensure
what is a discoloration on the skin that is blue-black with irregularly formed hemorrhagic areas. it changes to yellow or greenish-brown? what is this called?
what is an ill health, malnutrition, wasting (emacitating) called?
what does alopecia mean?
what is a sign of sexual abuse?
primary herpetic gingivostomatitis
who are the primary abusers of elderly peeps?
skull injuries - edema, bruising
marks on the skin that forms a pattern
human bite marks are all signs of ________ wounds of a _____
what is most involved in the extraoral signs of abuse with a domestic partner?
a majority of the victims of abuse are:
what kind of thyroid problems may be seen with someone that is menopausal?
which gland controls hormone secretion?
should you apply fl2 to someone prone to caries that has mental retardation?
yes, that is why we have varnish
what are four kinds of drugs that can help with autism?
- opiate blockers
when would abuse be identified?
during the eo/io