Clinical Practice of the Dental Hygienist / Edition 10

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Overview

Now the leading dental hygiene text is even better in a new Eighth Edition!. "Like its predecessors, the Eighth Edition features concise organization, outline format; and a clear writing style that's just right for practitioners, educators, and students. You'll find current updates on the dental hygiene process of care: patient assessment, formulation of dental hygiene diagnoses and treatment plans, implementation, evaluation, and follow-up.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

This revised and updated classic provides concise, up-to-date information on all aspects of dental hygiene in the clinical environment. Perfect for the student and a great reference in private practice, this text addresses the dental hygiene process of care: assessment, formulation of the diagnosis and treatment plan, implementation, and evaluation with follow-up. New to this edition are: chapter outlines; new chapters on disease prevention, patients using tobacco, and pain control; and new information on slow release substances (for treating disease pockets), bone marrow transfer and chemo-therapy/radiation patients, and more!

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Editorial Reviews

Michael F. Gewerth
This eighth edition book features updated information regarding the management of periodontal/gingival disease, dental implants, and dental radiology theory. The content is designed to assist in teaching students of dental hygiene as well as to serve as a reference guide for practicing dental hygienists. The target audience for this text is students of dental hygiene. The contents include instructions for obtaining a medical history, infection control procedures, periodontal therapy, and patient care recommendations. This is a high quality teaching text and a good source of information for the practicing dental hygienist. The full array of issues as they pertain to patient management for the hygienist are reviewed. In this regard it should prove of value for both hygiene instructors and the students they teach. It will further serve as a useful reference for practicing hygienists.
Booknews
A comprehensive text with material presented in a concise format. Sections introduce the tasks of the professional dental hygienist, detail preparation for dental hygiene appointments, address details of patient assessment, introduce teaching of the patient's own oral care, discuss professional treatment areas of nonsurgical periodontal therapy, and address concerns surrounding patients with special needs. Pedagogical features include chapter outlines, technical hints, key word boxes, and step-by-step descriptions of procedures and tasks. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR booknews.com
Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Michael E. Gewerth, RDH (University of Chicago Medical Center)
Description: The book provides new and updated material related to the profession of dental hygiene, both for students and the instructors. One of the new features of this edition is the theme of ethics in each chapter.
Purpose: The purpose is to continue the high standards of education in the dental hygiene field and to be useful as a reference for students, practicing dental hygienists, and retired RDH's who intend to return to practice. The objectives are met.
Audience: The book is written for dental hygiene professionals, both those currently practicing and those contemplating returning to private practice, and students. Having authored eight previous editions, the editor and contributors certainly are credible.
Features: Step-by-step instructions cover all aspects of dental hygiene from radiologic diagnosis and technique to treating patients with special needs and medical/dental areas of concern such as infectious diseases, allergic reactions, blood disorders, medications, and patients with specific diseases. The graphics and explanations are excellent tools for both learning and teaching. The book may be improved by the addition of a CD-ROM and dental repair techniques.
Assessment: These educators and dental professionals have done an excellent job taking this information to a higher level and simplifying complex instructions. This edition is an enhancement of the earlier versions.

5 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780781763226
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 2/1/2008
  • Series: Point (Lippincott Williams and Wilkins) Series
  • Edition description: Tenth, North American Edition
  • Edition number: 10
  • Pages: 1216
  • Lexile: 1150L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 8.60 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 1.70 (d)

Table of Contents

1 The professional dental hygienist 3
2 Infection control : transmissible diseases 17
3 Exposure control : barriers for patient and clinician 49
4 Infection control : clinical procedures 63
5 Patient reception and positioning 83
6 Records and charting 95
7 Personal, dental, and medical histories 106
8 Vital signs 128
9 Dental radiographic imaging 137
10 Extraoral and intraoral examination 174
11 Study casts 189
12 The gingiva 206
13 Examination procedures 222
14 Disease development and contributing factors 246
15 The teeth 260
16 The occlusion 278
17 Dental biofilm and other soft deposits 289
18 Calculus 304
19 Dental stains and discolorations 314
20 Indices and scoring methods 323
21 Planning for dental hygiene care 351
22 The dental hygiene care plan 362
23 Health promotion and disease prevention 375
24 Protocols for prevention and control of dental caries 393
25 Oral infection control : toothbrushes and toothbrushing 402
26 Interdental care 426
27 Chemotherapeutics and topical delivery systems 439
28 Patient with orthodontic appliances 453
29 Care of dental prostheses 469
30 The patient with oral rehabilitation and implants 485
31 The patient who uses tobacco 500
32 Diet and dietary analysis 520
33 Fluorides 542
34 Sealants 569
35 Anxiety and pain control 583
36 Instruments and principles for instrumentation 609
37 Nonsurgical periodontal instrumentation 645
38 Nonsurgical periodontal therapy : supplemental care procedures 677
39 Acute periodontal conditions 689
40 Sutures and dressings 699
41 Dentin hypersensitivity 711
42 Extrinsic stain removal 726
43 Care of dental restorations 742
44 Maintenance for oral health : dental hygiene continuing care 757
45 The pregnant patient 769
46 Pediatric oral health care : infancy through age 5 782
47 The patient with a cleft lip and/or palate 803
48 Preadolescent to postmenopausal patients 813
49 The gerodontic patient 825
50 The edentulous patient 838
51 The oral and maxillofacial surgery patient 850
52 The patient with cancer 865
53 Care of patients with disabilities 882
54 The patient who is homebound or bedridden 912
55 The patient with a physical impairment 921
56 The patient with a sensory disability 948
57 Family abuse and neglect 960
58 The patient with a seizure disorder 968
59 The patient with mental retardation 981
60 The patient with a mental disorder 993
61 The patient with an alcohol-related disorder 1010
62 The patient with a respiratory disease 1021
63 The patient with a cardiovascular disease 1036
64 The patient with a blood disorder 1057
65 The patient with diabetes mellitus 1072
66 Emergency care 1090
App. I American dental hygienists' association code of ethics for dental hygienists 1124
App. II Canadian dental hygienists' association code of ethics 1128
App. III Guidelines for infection control in dental health-care settings - 2003 1133
App. IV Average measurements of human teeth 1155
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