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Inadequate etching and moisture One reason for failure of a dental sealant.
Polymerization To cure or harden.
Child/Pediatric visit Can be done from infancy to age 18yrs.
Inform consent Does not legally allow parent or guardian to leave while child is being treated.
Diastema Space between two teeth, place where adjacent surfaces do not touch.
Special needs patient May need to be seen in a hospital setting.
Amalgam Most commonly used dental material, for childrens posterior teeth.
Proximal surfaces of anterior teeth (Class III) Use composite or glass ionomer to fill.
Subjective fear Comes from stories told by friends and family.
Active listening Is when the receiver encodes the massage and responds during a two-way communication.
Tensness May be shown by legs tightly crossed, hands clasped and arms crossed.
Verbal communication Consists of spoken and written words used to transmit a message.
Proximal surfaces of posterior teeth (Class II) A matrix system must be used.
Restorations There are Six classes.
Caries indicating material Used to ensure all decay has been removed, prior to filling the tooth.
Class I Pit and fissures of post teeth.
Class II Extends into proximal surfaces of post teeth.
Class III Involves the proximal surfaces not including incisal edge.
Class IV Involves proximal surfaces as well as the incisal edges.
Class V Involved gingival 1/3 of facial or lingual surfaces of all teeth.
Class VI Found on incisal edges and cusp tips do to normal function or use.
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