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CHEMICAL PLAQUE CONTROL. Chemical plaque control can be achieved through self-care or professionally. The most efficient plaque control programs are those
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CHEMICAL PLAQUE CONTROL PLAQUE Dental plaque is defined as a highly specific variable structural entity formed by sequential colonization of microorganism on the tooth surface, epithelium and restorations.
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DENTAL PLAQUE IS A MICROBIAL BIOFILM Microbial biofilm: a structured community of bacterial cells enclosed in a self-produced polymeric matrix and adherent to an inert or living surface.
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PLAQUE CONTROL TECHNIQUES Plaque control Dental plaque is composed of salivary proteins that adhere to the teeth, plus bacteria and end-products of bacterial metabolism. Both cariogenic ...
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Patient education Fluorides Dental sealants Proper nutrition Plaque-control program Optimum oral health can become a reality. Guides ... Manual Automatic Used properly, both types are effective in the removal of dental plaque.
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Teach proper oral hygiene techniques Counsel patients about plaque control and help developing individualized home care Counsel ... pharmacology Dental anatomy, oral histology, oral pathology, radiology, pain control and dental materials What courses would I take? Dental science ...
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SESSION # AND TOPIC: # 9 Prevention of Dental Caries-Fluoride DURATION: Equivalent to 1 hour ... institute dietary and plaque control procedures, 4) control cariogenic bacteria, if indicated and 5) have patient maintain continual low level F exposure to decalcified sites.
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Plaque Control Program Plaque can be kept under control by brushing, flossing, interdental cleaning aids, and antimicrobial solutions. ... Manual Automatic When used properly, both types are effective in the removal of dental plaque.
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Centres for Disease Control ... Yet, combination interventions might have interactive effects that would enhance removal of dental plaque and oral microbial flora. The physiological process underlying the interventions provide support for this notion.
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Dental Care of the Future: Part II David J.Apsey, DDS www.futuredental.com 810-293-8750 Email: [email protected] Periodontal Pathogens Are Transmissible Pathogens are transmissible Detection of pathogens is possible Treatment targeted to eliminate pathogens from dental plaque can cure ...
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Definition. Plaque control: the removal of dental plaque on a regular basis and the prevention of its accumulation on the teeth and adjacent gingival surfaces.
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Title: Nonsurgical Periodontal Therapy Healthy tissues = good plaque control + periodontal debridement + healing Author: Algonquin College Last modified by
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Treatment of dental caries as an infectious disease Caries Control Restoration Similar restorations can be used to quickly restore deep lesions for emergency patients when time is limited.
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Dental diseases are preventable with daily plaque control. Declines in dental health can be avoided with good regular daily mouth care. The presentation will show you ways to do better dental care when you have older persons with a variety of functional, ...
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... Good dental plaque control is the key to preventing dental caries Reducing the amount and frequency of refined carbohydrates, plaque removal, ...
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... Starch, mannitol, xylitol, etc. are not used by cariogenic bacteria Dental Calculus or Tartar old calcified plaque Control: fluoride and restricting dietary sucrose Dental Caries (Tooth Decay) ... This attachment is thought to be the first event in the formation of dental plaque.
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Dental Care of the Future: Part I David J.Apsey, DDS www.futuredental.com 810-293-8750 Email: [email protected] Periodontal Disease - Changing the Paradigm Historical perspective - nonspecific plaque hypothesis (NSPH) Modern perspective - specific plaque hypothesis (SPH) Infectious ...
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PREVETION OF DENTAL CARIES INTRODUCTION Dental caries is defined as a progressive irreversible microbial disease affecting the hard parts of tooth exposed to the oral environment, resulting in demineralization of the inorganic constituents and dissolution of the organic constituent, thereby ...
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... Nutrition, and Anatomy and ... Nutrition Balanced diet Metabolism Patient education Nursing bottle syndrome Assessment Questions Describe dental plaque. ... Preventive Dentistry Plaque Control Oral Hygiene Toothbrushing Techniques Dental Flossing Prosthetic Devices ...
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As fluoride concentrates in dental plaque, ... Recommendations for Using Fluoride to Prevent and Control Dental Caries in the United States. August 17, 2001/50(RR14);1-42: “Fluoride mouthrinse is a concentrated solution intended for daily or weekly use.
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Dental caries is the most common chronic disease of childhood and disproportionately affects poor and minority populations. Early Childhood Caries, or ECC, is the presence of 1 or more decayed, ... Adequate plaque control can reduce the likelihood of developing dental caries.
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The most common dental diseases affect humans are caries, periodontal disease, tooth loss and malocclusion. Most of these disease is preventable
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Title: Considerations in the Dental Management of Children with HIV Infection Author: Default Last modified by: AIDS Institute Created Date: 9/17/2001 1:35:57 AM
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Total exposure time to inorganic acids produced by the bacteria of the dental plaque. ... 4- Economic efficacy and cost control. 1-Preventive Program for the Individual at Home. Preventive program for the individual at home includes:
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Gingivitis is a reversal condition that can be treated by the debridement of dental plaque Research shows Gingivitis present 50-100% during ... Causes increase in dental caries Treatment Considerations First Trimester Second trimester Third Trimester Plaque Control Plaque Control Plaque ...
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Dental plaque-induced gingival diseases Non-plaque induced gingival lesions Chronic ... the marker of diabetic control Periodontal Treatment and Diabetes -The diabetic patient requires special precautions prior to periodontal treatment -treatment in the uncontrolled diabetic is ...
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FLUORIDE AND CARIES CONTROL: ... The evidence for posteruptive F action is much stronger. Fluoride and Plaque F introduced into the mouth is partly taken up by dental plaque, ...
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... and the plaque control program should be modified to fit the needs of ... direct dentists to exercise professional judgement when prescribing diagnostic radiographs for dental patients. PERIODONTAL RECORD KEEPING Fall 1996 Journal of the MA Dental Society OHI should be provided at each ...
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... Oral Health Therapeutic Strategies Xerostomia Management Meticulous plaque control is mandatory Caries ... Collis Curve Twin Brush Plaque Vac Oral Health Preventive Strategies Tooth ... Health, National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research http://www.nidcr.nih ...
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... loss of alveolar bone Transition from health to periodontitis Gingivitis and periodontitis caused by microorganisms in dental plaque Plaque can reside ... and genotype For the periodontal disease phenotype, environmental risk factors include: smoking status plaque control socio-economic ...
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Plaque control. Gingivitis. Periodontal Disease. Oral Hygiene. Flossing. Brushing. Tongue Cleaning. Dental Visits. Regular exams. Teeth cleanings. Dental Emergencies. Dental X-rays. Anesthetic Injections. Elective Treatment. Dental X-Rays. Dental radiographs result in radiation comparable to the ...
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Dental Management of B ... Control Diabetes first Delay dental Tx in absence of emergency Use non ... * Dental Management Good oral hygiene practice Plaque control Diet modification Topical Fluoride application varnish/toothpaste Fissure sealant application * Management ...
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Reference Jia C, Jiang G, Li C, Li C. Effect of Dental Plaque Control on Infection of Helicobacter pylori in Gastric Mucosa J Periodontal 2009;80:1606-1609. * Preterm Birth (PTB) and Low Birth Weight (LBW) ...
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Dietary factor and cariogenic aspects of dental plaque Plaque fluid and the ... Application of fluoride (& Ca P) in caries control measures DENT 5302 TOPICS IN DENTAL BIOCHEMISTRY 28 March 2007 Nature and character of dental caries Factors influencing the caries process Development of ...
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Dental Hygiene Treatment Dental professionals should pay careful ... Osteoporosis Heart Disease and Stroke Pregnancy Problems Diabetes Respiratory Diseases “Plaque is a bacterial challenge to the ... The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports Diabetes diagnoses have ...
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Plaque Control The efficacy of brushing with regard to plaque removal is dictated by three main factors: The design of the brush The skill of the individual using the brush The frequency and duration of use 1986 Frandsen Interdental cleaning aids ...
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Atlanta, GA: US Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, 2007. ... Dental plaque is a sticky film containing bacteria that can adhere to tooth surfaces.
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MICROBIOLOGY OF DENTAL CARIES Caries: Localized destruction of the tissues of the tooth by bacterial fermentation of dietary carbohydrates A multifactorial, plaque-related chronic
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OVERALL CONCLUSION Triclosan-containing dentifrice has a significant effect in the control of dental plaque and ... teeth with prosthetic crowns or cervical restorations Participants Volunteers from the 5th and 6th dental students and dental hygienists METHODOLOGY Muller et al Ragy et ...
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Antibiotic gel A gel that contains the antibiotic doxycycline To control bacteria and reduce the size of periodontal pockets The periodontist puts it in the pockets after scaling and root planing. ... (removal of dental plaque, closed curettage of gingival pockets, scaling, Vector-therapy) ...
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Dental Plaque: A Microbial Biofilm ... How do we control plaque? Introduction The BIG Picture Mouthwash’s Fave Five 8 A device that can produce fluorides. A device that maintains the pH of a healthy mouth, base production.
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Dental Plaque as a Contributor to VAP Fourrier E, Duvivier B, Boutigny H, Roussel ... positioning Relay surveillance data to healthcare providers Feedback from healthcare providers Evidence of the Need to Control Oral and Dental Colonization in Order to Prevent VAP Sole ML, Poalillo ...
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National Pet Dental Health Month The Facts 85% of all adult dogs and cats have some degree of periodontal disease Only 25% of dogs and cats get treatment - AAHA Compliance Study, 2003 The Progression of Periodontal Disease Plaque is a colorless film that contains a large amount of bacteria If ...
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Infection Control Today. http://www.infectioncontroltoday.com ... pathogens into the environment surrounding the patient Use a toothbrush as opposed to foam swabs or gauze to remove dental plaque Dental plaque has been identified as a source of pathogenic bacteria associated with ...
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Common dental problems &OTC Products . 1- Dental caries. 2- Plaque and calculus. ... Colgate Tartar Control Whitening ) Con. Toothpaste ingredients. ... aid in visualizing where dental plaque has formed. Should not be swallowed
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Dental plaque build up in the mouth can lead to infections elsewhere in the body. However, by populating the mouth it helps defend the host against the colonization of foreign species. ... The first sample was obtained immediately after brushing and flossing of the teeth to serve as the control.
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Microorganisms from water and patients combine in the DUWL and form a biofilm complex similar to dental plaque. Bacteria in Biofilms Bacteria in biofilms tend to be ... Source:CDC Guidelines for Infection Control in Dental Health-Care Settings -2003 Universal Precautions Since ...
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The Dental AH&T A is for Assessment A thorough exam, with probing and charting Dental X-Rays to see under the gum line ... Home Care Daily tooth brushing is the gold standard of home care. A dental diet, such as Hill’s t/d can help control plaque and tartar.
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This is typical of streptococci A B B C * * * The species most commonly isolated from dental plaque in humans is S. mutans (serotypes c,e and f). ... This control is exerted primarily by saliva but other factors such as unique sites for attachment, ...
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... replacement therapy Recent progress is particularly evident in the application of avirulent Streptococcus mutans to the control of dental caries, Bacterial replacement therapy ... This is thought to be the third event in the formation of dental plaque, and it eventually results in a ...
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