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MOD IV

Ch 4,5,10,11,12,19,33,34,35

QuestionAnswer
soft, white, sticky mass, that colonizes on teeth plaque
acid attacks the teeth and loss of enamel occurs demineralization
decay caries
inflammtion of gingival tissue gingivitis
periodontal fibers recede, inflammed tissue and loss of supporting bone (pocket depth more than 3mm) periodontitis
toothpaste dentifrice
bad breath halitosis
excessivly dry mouth xerostomia
natural mineral nutrient fluoride
how much fluoride in drinking water? 1 ppm
mottled enamel flourosis
what do you do if you have fluoride poisoning? drink milk
the manner in which food meets the bodies needs nutrition
everything that is taken in the mouth diet
provides quick energy, changes to simple sugars and is considered a cariogenic food carbohydrates
BBTD baby bottle tooth decay or nursing bottle syndrome
water soluable vitamins and are excreted daily vitamins B and C
found in vitamin K and is responsible for blood clotting prothrombin
60 to 70 percent of body weight, turn over about 5 percent daily water
the study of all microorganisms microbiology
microorganisms harmful to humans pathogens
tiny single celled microorganisms bacteria
the bacteria that causes dental caries Streptococcus mutans
headlice pediculosis
oral yeast infection candidiasis
normal bacteria in the body normal flora
smallest microorganism viruses
cold sores herpes simplex virus 1
free from germs asepsis
all patients being treated as if they are infectious universal precautions
PPE personal protective equipment
OPIM other potentionally infectious material
OSAP organization for safety and asepsis procedures
entity that causess the disease host
place where disease can survive reservoir
route of which infectious agent leaves reservoir portal of exit
bridges gap between portal of exit and infectious agent from reservoir and portal of entry mode of transmission
infectious agent enters host portal of entry
person who can be affected by agent host
having no symptoms asymptomatic
the physical removal of organic matter cleaning
similar to cleaning, but area is decontaminated sanitized
free from all microorganisms sterilization
free from some microorganisms disinfection
glutaraldehyde cold sterile
performs specific function working end
excavates soft debris such as decay spoon excavator
measures pocket depth in gingival sulcus perio probe
placement of condensable composite composite instrument
used to carry and dispense amalgam amalgam carrier
used to remove excess material carver
used to smooth restortaions burnisher
diamond or carbide rotary instrument burs
used for rapid reduction diamond burs
used for cutting carbide burs
used to smooth or finish restoratives finishing burs
used for surgery to trim aveolar bone and tooth structure surgical burs
lab burs acrylic burs
slow speed handpiece contra angle
used for rapid reduction high speed hand piece
straight slow speed slow speed
controls speed of handpiece rheostat
normal PH 7.0
push or pull on an object force
grinding of the teeth bruxism
two differnt metal coming in contact, electrical shock galvanism
debris or saliva seeps between tooth and restorative microleakage
means by which material is held in place retention
process by which materials bond together bonding
dissolves in fluid soluable
ability of material to flow viscosity
material that has a soothing effect on tooth sedative filling
chemical reaction that produces heat exothermic
IRM intermidiate restorative material
used for direct and indirect pulp caps dycal- calcium hydroxide
used for treating hypersensitive teeth desesitizers
very toxic material mercury
mechanical means of combinig mercury and alloy trituration
tooth colored restorative material composite
gingival retariation class V (5)
used to retain dental material, acts as a retainer wall matrix/ band
used to isolate a tooth or teeth, prevents fluid or debris for contamintating field dental dam
used to prevent over hangs on a two or more surfaces of a filling, placed innerproximally wedge
derived from a sea weed extract alginate
alginate liquid state sol
alginate solid state gel
time in which it takes alginate to set gelatin/gelation
process of placing wax around the border of a tray beading
a demintional change distortion
stone gypsum materials
diagnostic casts study models
withdraws or recessed areas undercuts
Created by: hthompsonrda on 2010-01-03



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