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Associated with deep-seated psychological problems.
Anorexia Nervosa & Bulimia Nervosa
What is our role when it comes to pts with Anorexia or Bulimia?
It is to identify sufferers and assist in getting help.
What kind of person is usually a sufferer of Anorexia or Bulimia?
Young females obsessed with thiness.
What is the root of the problem in Anorexia or Bulimia?
Control
Pathological consequences of not eating. Related systemic problems, eventually resulting in death. Depletes reserves of glucose and stored energy in glycogen and fat. Then breaks down the body protiens into sugar components.
Anorexia Nervosa
Binging and Purging. Vomits and/or laxative. Simple ingestion of food can cause nausea.
Bulimia
What are some of the oral signs of Bulimia?
Enamel Erosion and palate showing signs of chronic inflammation.
What are oral treatments for people with Anorexia or Bulimia?
Regular prophies; in office fluoride txs; Home application of 1% sodium fl in custom tray; artifical saliva for xerostomia; rinse with .05% NaFl solution to neutralize acidity; Delayed definitice restoration repair.
Resorb in response to pressure. Teeth subject to pressure from inflammation, excess function, cysts, tumors, ectopically erupting teeth, and ortho. Cause is important to identify. Treatment is determined by cause.
External Root Resorption
Referred to as "Pink Tooth" A form of idiopathic root resorption from within the pulp cavity; granulation tissue is present within the tooth, apparently with the resportion of the dentin occurring from the inside outward. important to identify cause becaue treatment is determined by cause.
Internal Root Resorption
One or more painful ulcers which takes 7 to 10 days to heal. Its a red macule that ulcerates, leaving a yellow-white center with a red border.
Apthous Ulcers/Stomatitis
TRUE or FALSE
Apthous Ulcers/Stomatitis ALWAYS only occurs on unattached gingiva.
TRUE
TRUE or FALSE
90% of Apthous Ulcers/Stomatitis are isolated infrequent nuisances.
TRUE
10-50 ulcers in clusters on non-keratinized unattached tissues, which is rarely encountered. Forms apthous stomatitis called Herpetiform. and is usually in posterior areas of the mouth
RAU (Recurring Apthous Ulcers)
numerous recurring lesions. Very disabling. Cause unknown. May be autoimmune.
RAS (Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis)
What deficeiencies can cause Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis (RAS)?
Deficiencies in vitamin B and iron.
TRUE or FALSE
Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis (RAS) correlates to the female menstral cycle?
TRUE
TRUE or FALSE
There is a HIGH correlation between Sodium Lauryl Sulfate in toothpaste and Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis (RAS)
TRUE
What is one of the only NATURAL toothpastes on the market that does NOT contain Sodium Lauryl Sulfate?
Rembrandt Natural
What are the contents of MAGIC MOUTHWASH, that may be given to patients with Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis (RAS)?
Chlorhexidine, Benzocaine corticosteroid, Nystatin, Tetracycline and Benadryl.
Where a piece of amalgam or restoration material was left in the soft tissue and remains as a permenant pigmentation of the soft tissue.
Amalgam Tatoo (Focal Argyrosis)
Blue lesion. Benign change in vascular tissue. Varicosities are enlargements of veins, usually in older patients on the ventral surface of the tongue. It is a benign tumor of vein. Its asymptomatic and requires no treatment
Hemangioma/Varix
Melanin pigment in African American patients
Melanin Gingivae
Major route of Hepatitis C transmission
Tatoos
Common freckle, its a light to dark spot of melanin on skin or lip. Also known as a freckle and they have been present for life and dont change much. Are fairly flat and small.
Ephelis
TRUE or FALSE
Freckles or Ephelis' are found in the mouth
FALSE, they are NOT found in the mouth.
Usually darker. Often the lesion is raised-a dome shape. May change in shape. Found INTRA & EXTRA orally.
Nevus
TRUE or FALSE
Intraoral Nevus have an unacceptably high incidence of becoming malignant
TRUE
TRUE or FALSE
Any INTRA oral Nevus should be removed.
TRUE