CDAMP Module V Systemic Health Vocabulary Worksheet

Directions: Using Delmar’s “Dental Assisting, a Comprehensive Approach”, 4th Edition, by Phinney & Halstead, 2013, Chapters 4, 5, 13, & 26, define the following terms:

SECTION 1 – ORAL HEALTH & PREVENTIVE TECHNIQUES, Chapter 4

Preventive dentistry:

Plaque:

Demineralization:

Remineralization:

Caries:

Patient motivation:

Age Characteristics:

Infant:

Preschool child:

Ages 5 – 8:

Ages 9 – 12:

Ages 13 – 15:

Age 16 –19:

Ages 19 – 60:

Ages 60 plus: 

Oral hygiene aids:

Disclosing agents:

Dentifrice:

ADA Seal of Acceptance:

Mouth rinses:

Halitosis:

Chewing gum:

Interproximal brush:

Dental stimulators:

Floss holder:

Floss threader:

Water irrigation:

Tooth brushing:

Manual:

Mechanical:

Recommended tooth brush design:

Bass technique:

Charters technique:

Modified Stillman technique:

Rolling stroke technique:

Fones technique:

Modified scrub:

Tongue brushing:

Floss:

Types of floss: 

 

Hygienic care of:

Bridges:

Implants:

Full & partial dentures:

Orthodontic appliances:

Special hygiene concerns for:

Pregnant patients:

Cancer patients:

Patients with heart disease:

Older patients:

Fluoride:

Effects/ benefits of fluoride:

Optimum level of fluoride:

Fluorosis:

Fluoride toxicity:

Acute fluoride poisoning:

Chronic fluoride poisoning:

Benefits of fluoride:

Forms of systemic fluoride:

 

 

Forms of topical fluoride:

 

 

2 % sodium fluoride:

8% stannous fluoride:

1.23% acidulated phosphofluoride (APF):

Fluoride rinses:

SECTION 2 – NUTRITION, Chapter 5

Nutrition:

Malnutrition:

Nutrients:

Metabolism:

Carbohydrates:

Cariogenic foods:

 

Nursing bottle syndrome (NBS):

 

Fiber:

Fats & Lipids: 

Proteins:

Amino acids:

Fat- soluble vitamins:

Water-soluble vitamins:

Electrolytes:

7 major minerals:

 

 

Trace minerals:

Water:

Diuretics:

Metabolic rate:

Calories:

Information on Nutrition labels:

Chronic dieting syndrome:

Symptoms:

Bulimia:

Symptoms:

Anorexia nervosa:

Symptoms:

Amenorrhea:

Diet and culture:

SECTION 3 – PREPARATION FOR PATIENT CARE, Chapter 13

Patient record:

Patient History:

personal information:

medical information:

dental information:

Clinical observation:

Symmetrical:

Asymmetrical:

Consent form:

Referral: 

Clinical examination:

Palpation:

Diagnosis:

Treatment plan:

Recall/Continued care:

Vital signs:

body temperature:

Fahrenheit:

Celsius:

Antipyretic:

Hypothermic:

Tympanic thermometer:

Pulse:

Radial:

Carotid:

Temporal:

Brachial:

Pulse rate:

Rhythm:

Volume:

Tachycardia:

Bradycardia:

Respiration:

Tachypnea:

Bradypnea:

Sphygmomanometer:

Stethoscope:

Antecubital space:

Blood pressure:

Systolic:

Diastolic:

Korotkoff sounds:

How is blood pressure recorded?

 

Hypertension:

Hypotension:

SECTION 4 – ORAL PATHOLOGY, Chapter 26

Oral pathology:

Etiology:

Biopsy:

Inflammatory process:

Histamine:

Idiopathic:

Oral lesion:

Blister:

Bulla:

Hematoma:

Papule:

Plaque:

Pustule:

Vesicles:

Abscess:

Cyst:

Erosion:

Ulcer:

Ecchymosis:

Macule:

Patch:

Petechiae:

Purpura:

Granuloma:

Neoplasm:

Nodule:

Actinomycosis:

Herpes Simplex:

type I:

type II:

Herpetic gingivostomatitis:

Herpetic whitlow:

Apthous ulcers/canker sores:

Herpes zoster:

Syphilis:

Gumma:

Hutchinson’s incisors:

Mulberry molars:

Thrush:

Physical agents:

Hyperplasia:

amalgam tattoo:

radiation injury:

oral piercing:

tongue splitting:

Chemical agents:

aspirin burn:

nicotine stomatitis:

hyperkeratinized tissue:

chewing tobacco/snuff:

hairy tongue:

gingival hyperplasia:

Dilantin:

Meth mouth:

Hormonal disturbances:

pregnancy gingivitis:

pyogenic granuloma:

puberty gingival enlargement:

Congenital:

Cleft lip and palate:

Amelogenesis imperfecta:

Ankylosis:

Anodontia:

Dentinogenesis imperfecta:

Fusion:

Gemination:

Macrodontia:

Microdontia:

Neonatal teeth:

Supernumerary teeth:

Twinning:

Oral tori:

Palatinus:

Mandibularis:

Exotoses:

Fordyce spots:

Fissured tongue:

Bifid tongue:

Ankyloglossia:

Nutritional disturbances:

Angular cheilitis:

Opportunistic infections:

Candida Albicans:

Glossitis:

Neoplasms:

Malignant:

Benign:

Dysplasic cells:

Lichen planus:

Erythroplakia:

Squamous cell carcinoma:

Metastasize:

Basal cell carcinoma:

Papilloma:

Fibroma:

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV):

Hairy leukoplakia:

Kaposi’s sarcoma:

Acute Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis (ANUG):

Mucocele:

Varix:

Geographic tongue:

Bell’s palsy: