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Periodontics II

Test Two

All of the following are correct statements regarding assessment except one. Which one is the exception? assessment data is updated only at maintenance appointments
Which instrument would be best to use in assessing the health of periodontal tissues? a Marquis probe
During periodontal assessment, which of the following best describes the rationale for walking the probe along the entire gingival sulcus? depth of epithelial attachment varies
All of the following may be considered to be local contributing factors in periodontal disease except one? Which one is the exception? dental implants
Instrumentation of the crown and root surfaces of the teeth; usually employed only in areas where calculus is detected; no intentional removal of root surface Scaling
An extension of periodontal therapy performed at regular intervals following active therapy in order to arrest disease progression and maintain periodontal health; crucial for long-term success of periodontal therapy Periodontal Maintenance Procedures
A definitive procedure designed for removal of cementum and dentin that is rough and/or permeated by calculus, or contaminated with toxins and microorganisms Root Planing
Sub- and supragingival scaling combined with selective coronal polishing to remove plaque, calculus, and stain; a preventive procedure, indicated for healthy cases or treatment of gingivitis Oral Prophylaxis
Removal of all subgingival plaque and its byproducts, and clinically detectable plaque retentive factors Periodontal Debridement
the ongoing process of examining the patient to determine patient response and if desired outcomes have been achieved Evaluations
formulation of interventions/strategies to achieve desired outcomes Planing
collection of subjective & objective data Assessment
actions taken by clincian and/or patient necessary to achieve planned outcomes Implementation
analysis of data gathered and identification of patient's actual or potential health problem Diagnosis
What is the ideal time interval allowed after active therapy before the reevaluation is performed? 4-6 weeks
Put the 5 stages of the DH process of care in order Assessment, Diagnosis, Planing, Implementation, Evaluation
What is the primary difference between Root Planing and Root Debridement Root planing is performed to acheive a glassy, smooth surface while Root Debridment is performed to acheive a velvety smooth surface
What is the main factor that will determine, at reevalution if you have reached your endpoint of treatment? Tissue Response/no BOP
What are the 8 basic component of the periodontal exam? 1. Gingival assessment 2. Probing depths/ notate BOP 3. Suppuration and exudate 4. Mobility/ occlusal trauma 5. Furcation involvement 6. Radiograph findings 7. Contributing Factors 8. Microbiologic Factors
What are the 2 purposes of case presentation? 1. Legal purposes 2. Collaborate the treatment efforts between you and the pt.
What is the learning ladder? 1. Unawareness 2. Aware 3. Self-interest 4. Involvement 5. Action 6. habit
What is DAR stand for? 1. Data 2. Action 3. Response
What are the 4 steps of implantation? 1. Preparation 2. Performance 3. After Care 4. Record
What are the 3 steps of documentation criteria? 1. Complete 2. Comprehensive 3. Accurate 4. Legible
Created by: daisenmurray