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ch 57 ped dentistry

pediatric dentistry

comparison of similarities between things that are otherwise not alike analogy
type of involuntary movement of the body, face,and extremities athetosis
childhood process of becoming independent autonomy
torn away or dislodged by force avulsed
neural disorder of motor function caused by brain damage cerebral palsy
agcual age of pediatric patients chronoligic age
condition that occurs when a tooth is not properly aligned with its opposing tooth crossbite
chromosomal difect that results in abnormal physical characteristics and mental impairment; also called trisomy 21 down syndrome
measure of the level of emotional maturity of pediatric patients emotional age
displacement of a tooth from its socket as a result of injury extrusion
procedure to trim or shape a denture to simulate normal tissue appearance festooning
scale designed to evaluate patient behavior frankl scale
displacement of a tooth into its socket as a result of injury intrusion
dislocation luxation
measure of the level of intellectual capacity and development of pediatric patients mental age
disorder in which an individual's intelligence is underdeveloped mental retardation
referring to the brain, nervous system, and nerve pathways neural
concept of open disign used in pediatric dental practices open bay
type of restraining device that holds a pediatric patient's hands, arms, and legs still papoose board
dental specialty concerned with neonatal through adolescent patients, as well as patients with special needs in these age groups pediatric dentistry
after birth postnatal
before birth prenatal
removal of the coronal protion of a vital pulp from a tooth pulpotomy
exaggerated movement of the arms and legs spasticity
type of matrix band used for primary teeth T-band
emphasis of the pediatric dental practice is placed on prevention, early detection, diagnosis, and treatment of the child and adolescent
pediatric dentists continue their education for how long additional 3 years
if an isolated area is required for patient care most practices us what a quiet room
dental procedures can be accomplished for patients of all ages if the dental team practices what procedural guidelines: be honest with the child, consider the child's point of view, always tell, show and do, give positive reinforcement
when using restraints for a paient they can be either physical or pharmagologic
at what age should the first dental appointment take place about 2 years old
The american academy of pediatric dentistry recommends radiographic examinations every _______ for children with high risk for tooth decay 6 months
when taking xrays on a child what words can you use to help the child understand what you are trying to do take a picture, using my camera
The AAPD recommends cleanings for children how often at least 2 times per year
at what ages should children have daily intake of fluoride between 6 months and 16 years
what is used to reserve the space unitl the permanent tooth erupts a space maintainer
how many appointments does it take to do a stainless steel crown procedure one
what are the 4 steps a patient should remember if a tooth gets knocked out remain calm, quick action, keep moist, see dentist
if you can not reinsert the tooth after it has been knocked out what should you do transport the tooth in a cup containing milk
Created by: cynthia.fryer