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Student Workbook for Darby & Walsh Dental Hygiene. Theory and Practice. Edition No. 5

  • ID: 4806706
  • Book
  • June 2019
  • Elsevier Health Science
Get the hands-on practice and reinforcement you need to master the concepts and skills covered in Darby & Walsh's Dental Hygiene: Theory and Practice, 5th Edition. The chapters in this workbook directly correlate to textbook chapters and provide ample review questions and exercises, competency skills evaluation sheets, case studies, and information for your clinical externship and professional portfolio. Applicable chapters also contain a review of video procedures covered in the main text. It's all the practice and review you need for success in both the classroom and in the clinical setting.

- Correlation with textbook chapters makes it easy to move back and forth between the two resources during study.- Practice and review questions for each chapter reinforce your understanding of terminology and concepts.- Competency skill checklists provide clear guidelines for performing each dental assisting skill and help you evaluate your strengths and weaknesses.- Patient case studies help you apply concepts from the text to situations you will commonly face in clinical practice.- Video review sections visually reinforce your understanding of text material and help prepare you for patient encounters. - Perforated pages enable you to detach forms and bring them along in clinical settings.
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Part I: Conceptual Foundations 1. The Dental Hygiene Profession 2. Dental Hygiene Metaparadigm Concepts and Conceptual Models Applied to Practice 3. Evidence-Based Decision Making 4. Community Health Promotion 5. Sustainable Health Behavior Change 6. Cultural Competency in Healthcare 7. Legal and Ethical Decision Making 8. Professional E-Portfolios

Part II: Preparation for the Appointment 9. Dental Hygiene Patient Care Environments and Settings 10. Infection Prevention and Control 11. Preventing and Managing Medical Emergencies 12. Ergonomics and Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders

Part III: Assessments 13. Personal, Dental, and Medical Histories 14. Vital Signs 15. Pharmacologic History 16. Extraoral and Intraoral Clinical Assessment 17. Hard Tissue Assessment and Dental Charting 18. Assessment of Dental Deposits and Stain 19. Dental Caries Management by Risk Assessment 20. Periodontal Assessment and Charting 21. The Oral-Systemic Health Connection

Part IV: Critical Thinking in Dental Hygiene Practice 22. Dental Hygiene Diagnosis 23. Dental Hygiene Care Plan, Evaluation, and Documentation

Part V: Implementation 24. Toothbrushing 25. Mechanical Oral Biofilm Control: Interdental and Supplemental Self-Care Devices Competencies 26. Dentifrices 27. Antimicrobials for the Control of Periodontal Disease 28. Hand-Activated Instrumentation 29. Ultrasonic Instrumentation 30. Root Morphology and Instrumentation Implications 31. Dental Implants and Peri-Implant Care 32. Tooth Polishing and Whitening 33. Decision Making Related to Nonsurgical Periodontal Therapy 34. Acute Gingival and Periodontal Conditions 35. Pit and Fissure Sealants 36. Nutritional Counseling 37. Tobacco Cessation 38. Impressions for Study Casts and Custom-Made Oral Appliances 39. Restorative Therapy 40. Orthodontic Care 41. Fixed and Removable Dental Prostheses

Part VI: Pain and Anxiety Control 42. Dentinal Hypersensitivity 43. Local Anesthesia 44. Nitrous Oxide-Oxygen Sedation

Part VII: Life Stages and Populations 45. Children and Adolescents 46. Pregnancy  and Oral Health 47. The Older Adult

Part VIII: Dental Hygiene Care for the Medically Compromised  48. Cardiovascular Disease 49. Diabetes 50. Cancer 51. HIV and Oral Health 52.  Palliative Oral Care 53. Autoimmune Diseases 54. Organ Transplantation and Renal Disease 55. Respiratory Diseases 56. Substance Misuse 57. Eating Disorders 58. Child Abuse and Neglect and Family Violence

Part IX: Dental Hygiene Care for Disabilities and Special Needs 59. Disability and Healthcare 60. Intellectually and Developmentally Challenged 61. Orofacial Clefts 62. Neurological Disabilities

Part X: Professional Development and Practice Management 63. Professional Development and Job Searching 64. Practice Management

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Jennifer A Pieren Adjunct Faculty, Department of Health Professions - Dental Hygiene, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Ohio.
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