Dental Assisting Final
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Dental Assisting Final
DAS 220 Final
are teeth or a tooth that acts as a support to replace the missing tooth
artificial tooth which is attached to the abutments
done only on endodontic treated teeth. procedure is done by removing part of gutta percha and is placed in the space where gutta percha is removed, resin is added to post to build up the outside.
post and core
used with people who are in public eye. Teeth extracted, denture seated right away, acts as bandaid to stop bleeding, 3-6 mos new dentures must be made
done on mand arch, usually held in place by remaining teeth or implants. Snaps down on existing teeth. Most prominent teeth: mand canines-usually endo treated and cored.
prodedure to trim or shape a denture to stimmulate normal tissue apperance
some surfaces of the attached gingiva and interdental papillae are this? And resemble the rind of an orange.
the width of the prep
the union of 2 triangluar ridges
ridge that slopes from teh tip of a cusp to the centra groove
is the uncut, external tooth surface next to and surrounding the cavity preparation
rounded elevation on or near the occlusal surface of a tooth
a thing line depression on the crown of a tooth
a growth center the develops into a major part of the tooth.
small, depressed area where grooves join
a reaised area forming a line on the surfaces of the crowns of teeth
a very deep groove can also be referred to as
instruments used in the obturation of teh canal, condense and adapt the gutta-pucha into the canal.
1-have a flat tip
2-havea pointed tip
longer, and removes coronal pulp tissue, decay, and temp cements
endo spoon excavator
paddle-shaped, designed for placement of temp restorations, and the rod shaped plugger is used for removal of excess gutta-purcha
click number 1
thin flexible, tapered metal hand instrument. tiny fishhook-like, used to remove viatal, inflamed hemorrhagic pulp tissue from canal
has twisted design and used in intiial debridement(cleaning) of canal during later stages of shaping and contouring canal, has stiff feel.
provides greater cutting efficiency bc of its design, used for final enlargement of canal
similar to k-type file, but cutting edges are farther apart
what are the absorbable by body and dont remove kind of sutres
gut, collagen and plydioxanone
whart are the non-absorbable-stay in 5-7 days kind of sutures
sil, nylon, and ploypropylene
what kind of sutures are most popular bc they are stonger, durable and easy to manipulate
from birth to mixed dentition, can to till 18
the unattched gingiva is about ? wide, and it forms the soft wall of the gingival sulcus-(which is space between teh tooth and the gums where popcorn becomes lodges)
(pedo procedure) used for loose, fractured, or avulsed(can be replanted w/ varying degrees of success) teeth, temporaary saves tooth
calcium and phospahate salts in saliva that becomes mineralized and adhere to tooth surface
soft deposit on teeth that consist of bacteria and bacterial by-procucts
used by any company; drug sold without a brand name or trademark
the chemical formula of a drug, involves chemical that is in the drug.
controlled by business firm as registered trademark for example tylenol/acetaminophen
brand name/trade name
what are the routes of drug administration/absorbtion
oral, topical transdermal, inhalation, sublingual, and injection
drug through a patch that continuously relases a controlled quantity of medication through the skin
drug being placed with medication under the tounge(absorption takes place through oral mucosa)
drug from the site of entry, slowest-is by mouth(orally)
once drug has entered bloodstream, teh chemical compound of a drug attaches to teh protiens within the blood, and circulated thorughout teh body to be released adn take effect
once chemical compound is released, the drug becomes metabolized adn is then excreted though liver or kidneys
the drug leaves the body by way of kidneys, liver, saliva, breast milk, and sweat
pt name and address, the date, and symbol Rx
name and quantity of the drug
directions for mixing th medication (completed by pharmacist)
instructions for the patient on how to take the medicine, when to take it, and how much to take
what are the 6 factors contributing to maloclusion?
what are the 2 sources of pulpal nerves damage?
physical irritation and trama