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WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR AL PATIENT DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT?
DENTIST
SYPTOMS OF DENTAL CARIES
1. SENSITIVE TO HOT/COLD/SWEETS
SIGNS OF DENTAL CARIES
1. CHALKY WHITE SPOT ON ENAMEL
2. ROUGHNESS
3. DARK STAINED CAVITY
4. CAVITY FILLED WITH FOOD OR MASS
TREATMENT OF DENTAL CARIES
1. REMOVE DEBRIS
2. FLUSH WITH WARM H20
3. ISOLATE WITH COTTON
4. DRY
5. MIX & FILL TEMP CAVITY
6. RTN NEXT DAY
SYPTOMS OF ACUTE PULPITIS
1. SPONTANEOUS, CONTINUOUS OR INTERMITENT PAIN
2. PIERCING/PULSATING PAIN
3. INCREADED PAIN WHILE LYING DOWN
SIGNS OF ACUTE PULPITIS
1. LARGE CARIOUS LESION
2. BLOOD/PUS OZING FROM PULP EXPOSURE
3. FRACTURED TOOTH OR MISSUNG RESTORATION
TREATMENT OF ACUTE PULPITIS
1. REMOVE DEBRIS
2. DRY
3. PACK WITH COTTON MOISTENED WITH EUGENOL
4. FILL WITH TEMP
5. RTN NEXT DAY
SYPTOMS OF PERIAPICAL ABSCESS
1. CONSTANT THROBBING PAIN
2. INCREASED PAIN WITH CHEWING
3. INCREASED PAIN WHILE LYING DOWN
4. BAD TASTE
5. A GUMBOIL
6. TOOTH FEELS LONGER
7. MALAISE
8. TENDER LYMPH NODES
SIGNS OF PERIAPICAL ABCESS
1. SEVERE PAIN WITH LIGHT PRESSURE.
2. A GUMBOIL
3. FACIAL SWELLING
4. TOOTH MOBILITY
5. ELEVATED TEMP
6. ENLARGED LYMPH NODES
TREATMENT OF PERIAPICAL ABCESS
1. X-RAY
2. DRAIN
3. EXCAVATE CAVITY
4. WARM SALINE RINSE
5. RTN NEXT DAY
SYPTOMS OF MARGINAL GINGIVITIS
1. SORE OR SWOLLEN GUMS
2. BLEEDING GUMS
SIGNS OF MARGINAL GINGIVITIS
1. PAINFULL/BLEEDING WITH PRESURE
2. RED SWOLLEN GINGIVA
3. HEAVY PLAQUE AND CALCULUS DEPOSITS
TREATMENT OF MARGINAL GINGIVITIS
1. RISE WITH WARM SALINE
2. GENTLY SCALE TEETH TO REMOVE DEBRIS
SYPTOMS OF NECROTIZING ULCERATIVE GINGIVITIS
1. SORE OR SWOLLEN GUMS
2. BLEEDING GUMS
3. BAD TASTE
4. PAIN WITH EATING AND BRUSHING
5. EXCESSIVE BLEEDING
SIGNS OF NECROTIZING ULCERATIVE GINGIVITIS
1. PAINFULL/BLEEDING WITH PRESURE
2. RED SWOLLEN GINGIVA
3. HEAVY PLAQUE AND CALCULUS DEPOSITS
4. ULCERATION AND CRATING
5. GRAY-WHITE MEMBRANE
6. FOUL ODOR
7. PUS
8. GINGIVAL RECESSION
TREATMENT OF NECROTIZING ULCERATIVE GINGIVITIS
IF PAPTIENT HAS FEVER OVER 101 DENTIST SHOULD TREAT. IF NOT SAME AS MARGINAL:
RINSE & REMOVE DEBRIS
RTN NEXT DAY
SYPTOMS OF PERIODONTIS
1. DEEP NAWING PAIN
2. ITCHING OF GUMS
3. SENSITVITY HOT/COLD
4. BLEEDING GUMS
5. FOOD STICKING BETWEEEN TEETH
6. LOOSE OR ELONGATED TEETH
7. TOOTH ACHE
8. UNEVEN BITE
9. INCREASED SPACING OF TEETH
SIGNS OF PERIODONTITIS
1. HEAVY PLAQUE OR CALCULUS DEPOSTS
2. GINGIVAL INFLAMATION
3. GINGIVAL BLEEDING
4. ULCERATED OR CRATERED PAPILLA
5. TOOTH MOBILITY
TREATMENT OF PERIODONTITIS
1.RINSE & REMOVE DEBRIS
2.RTN NEXT DAY
SYMPTOMS OF PERIODONTAL ABSCESS
1. THROBBING PAIN
2. INCREASED PAIN WITH CHEWING AND LYING DOWN
3. BAD TASTE
4. GUMBOIL
5. TOOTH FEELS LONGER
6. MALAISE
7. TENDER LYMPH NODES
SIGNS OF PERIODONTAL ABSCESS
1. PAIN REATIO WITH PRESSURE
2. GUMBOIL
3. FACIAL SWELLING
4. TOOTH MOBILITY
5. ELEVATED TEMP
6. ENLARGED LYMPH NODES
TREATMENT OF PERIODONTAL ABSCESS
1. PROBE WITH A SCALER OR EXPLORER TO ESTABLISH DRAINAGE.
2. HOT SALINE RINSE
SYPTOMS OF PERICORNITIS
1. PAIN WHEN CHEWING
2. BAD TASTE
3. DIFFICULTY OPENING MOUTH
4. SWELLING IN THE NECK
5. FEVER
SIGNS OF PERICORNITIS
1. PARTIALLY ERUPTED TOOTH
2. RED INFLAMMED TISSUE
3. PUS OOZING
4. PAINFUL WITH PRESSURE
5. SWELLING IN THE CHEEK/LYMPH NODES
6. ELEVATED TEMP
TREATMENT OF PERICORNITIS
1. IRRIGATE WITH WARM SALINE
2. GENTLY CLEAN WITH SONIC SCALER
3. INSTUCT TO RISE EVERY 2 HOURS
4. IF FEBRILE CONTACT DENTAL OFFICER FOR MEDS
SYPTOMS OF STOMATITS AND RECURRENT LABIAL HERPES
1. PAINFUL SWELLING
2. A FEVER BLISTER
3. PAIN WHEN EATING/DRINKING
4. FEVER/HEADACHE
5. FEVER BLISTER/COLD SORE/ CANKER SORE
SIGNS OF STOMATITS AND RECURRENT LABIAL HERPES
1. RED SWOLLEN AREAS WITH BLISTERS
2. BLISTERS OR CRATERS COVERS WITH GRAYISH WHITE OR YELLOWISH MEMBRANE
TREATMENT OF STOMATITS AND RECURRENT LABIAL HERPES
1. FOLLOW INSTUCTIONS FROM THE DENTIST
2. DO NOT SMOOKE, EAT HOT FOODS, DRINK ALCOHOL
SYPTOMS OF POSTEXTRACTION HEMORRHAGE
1. BLLEDING THAT FAILS TO STOP AFTER EXTRACTION
2. WEAKNESS IN CINJUCTION WITH BLOOD LOSS
3. BLOOD ON PILLOW
SIGN OF POSTEXTRACTION HEMORRHAGE
1.BLOOD OOZING IN MOUTH
TREATMENT OF POSTEXTRACTION HEMORRHAGE
1. CONTACT DENTIST
2. MONITOR VITAL SIGNS
3. PACK MOISTENED STERILE GAUZE OVER SITE AND HAVE PATIENT BITE DOWN
SYPTOMS OF POSTEXTRACTION ALVEOLAR OSTEITIS
1. SEVERE CONSTANT PAIN
2. LOSS OF BLOOD CLOT
SIGNS OF POSTEXTRACTION ALVEOLAR OSTEITIS
1. ABSENSE OF BLOOD CLOT
2. FOOD VISIBLE IN SOCKET
3. ALVEOLAR BONE VISIBLE
4. FOUL ODOR
5. ELEVATED TEMP
TREATMENT OF POSTEXTRACTION ALVEOLAR OSTEITIS
1. RINSE WITH WARM SALINE
2. LOOSLY PACK WITH MOISTENED IODOFORM
3. RTN NEXT DAY TO CHANGE DRESSING
SHOULD YOU REPLACE A TRAUMATICALLY EXTRACTED TOOTH?
IF THE DENTIST INSTRUCTS YOU TO, TIME MAY BE IMPERITIVE FOR REPLANTATION TO BE A SUCCESS
SYPTOMS OF A FRACTURED MANDIBLE AND MAXILLA
1. DIFFICULTY BREATHING
2. PAIN WHEN MOVED
3. INABILITY TO MOVE
4. BLEEDING GUMS
5. COMPLAINT THAT TEETH DO NOT MEET RIGHT
6. LOWER LIP IS NUMB
SIGNS OF A FRACTURED MANDIBLE AND MAXILLA
1. FACIAL SWELLING
2. ABNORMAL OCCLUSION
3. FRACTURED BONES (X-RAYS)
4. ABNORMAL MOVEMENT
TREATMENT OF A FRACTURED MANDIBLE AND MAXILLA
1. REPORT TO DENTIST
2. IMBOBILIZE WITH BANDAGE
3. APPLY ICE