Prentice Hall Health Complete Review of Dental Assisting
Pearson Prentice Hall, 2004 - 204 pagina's
This exam preparation review book enables those pursuing dental assisting professional careers to review relevant material through the use of interactive technology, thereby gaining practice, and allowing them to become familiar with the types of questions given on board examinations. Designed in an easy-to-use outline format followed by sample practice test questions with answers and rationales, this text has the added feature of a CD-ROM, and links to the Prentice Hall Website. Links to numerous dental sites serve as an additional resource, and allow access to libraries all over the world. Topics covered in this comprehensive practice book are: overview of the National Board Examinations with study tips; biomedical sciences; dental anatomy; preventive dentistry; chairside assisting; dental radiology; dental materials; infection control; occupational safety; medical emergencies; and dental practice management. Designed to act as a study guide for students preparing to take the National Board Exams and/or for dental assistants to use as an important reference tool.
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NUTRITION AND DIET ANALYSIS - 51 TABLE 4-1 COMPARISON OF TOPICAL
FLUORIDE CHARACTERISTICS Fluoride Agent Advantages Disadvantages
Sodium fluoride (NaF)2% Acidulated phosphate fluoride (APF) 1.23% NaF. With
O. 1 ...
To be of maximum benefit to the teeth, the optimum fluoride concentration
recommended is A. 1 ppm. B. 2 ppm. C. 100 ppm. D. 200 ppm. 15. Fluoride
compounds most commonly used for topical application may include 1. sodium
The optimum amount of fluoride in drinking water is 1 ppm. Excessive amounts of
fluoride (more than 2 ppm) may cause alteration in the calcification of enamel.
The process of adding fluoride to the drinking water is called fluoridation.
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