1. what are the six roles of dental hygienist?
    • clinician
    • educator
    • researcher
    • administrator/manager
    • advocate
    • public health
  2. what are the three services of a dental hygienist?
    • preventive
    • educational
    • therapeutic
  3. What is ADPIE?
    • assessment
    • dental hygiene diagnosis
    • dental hygiene care planning
    • implementation
    • evaluation
  4. what is the first component of dental hygiene process and what is it?
    • assessment
    • proveides a foundation for patient care by collecting both subjective and objective data
  5. what is the objectives of assessment?
    • systematic collection of comprehensive date relative to the health status of the individual patient
    • documentation of data in patients record
  6. what is subjective data in the assessment?
    • obtained by observation and interaction with patient
    • includes complaint, perception of health, care and value of oral health
  7. what is objective data in the assessment?
    • physical and oral assessment
    • clinical and radiographic finds, probing depths, carious lesions, defective restorations
  8. what is he second step in the process of care? and what is it?
    • diagnosis
    • identifies the health behaviors of individuals as well as the actual or potential oral health problems, to help in the process of planning
  9. what is the objectives of the diagnosis?
    • identify the health behaviors of individual as well as the health problems.
    • provide basis for care plan to be designed, implemented and evaluated
    • justify the treatment proposed to patient
    • responsibility for patient care.
  10. what is the processing of the diagnosis?
    • include classification interpretation and validation of information collected during assessment phase
    • compare findings with standards or norms
    • recognize deviations or abnormalities
    • direct interaction with patient
    • consultation with other professionals
  11. what is the third step in the process of care? and what is it?
    • planning
    • interventions to be performed by the patient, dental hygienist or others to meet needs of patient attaining oral health
  12. what are the objectives of planning?
    • develop strategies to meet the individual needs of patient
    • incorporate priorities, goals, interventions and expected outcomes
  13. what is the fourth step in the process of care? and what is it?
    • implementation
    • activation of the care plan, dental hygiene services performed and personal daily oral care instructions given
  14. what are the objectives of implementation
    • put care plan into active
    • perform identified activities
  15. what is the final step in the process of care plan? define
    • evaluation
    • determine patients needs to be retreated, referred or placed on maintenance
  16. who is the father of dental hygiene
    Alfred C Fones
  17. what are the 7 core values in dental hygiene?
    • individual autonomy and respect of humans
    • confidentiality
    • societal trust
    • beneficence
    • nonmaleficence
    • justice and fairness
    • veracity
  18. what is the difference between an ethical dilemma and an ethical issue?
    • ethical dilemma- choice between 2 right choices
    • ethical issues- legal vs illegal
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