Theory II

  1. what is the primary ojbective of dental hygiene plan for periodontal therapy?
    restor and maintain health of the periodontal tissues
  2. a care plan is ______, based on DH _____ and integrates total ____ ____
    • prioritized
    • diagnosis
    • tx plan
  3. the objectives of a care plan are: to be _____ (can you touch your nose to your toes?) and ______ (okay fine lets be more sensible how about your fingers to your toes), based on _____ data (our whole first appt with a pt), identified _____ to address, ______ based, check list.
    • flexible
    • realistic
    • assessment
    • problems
    • evidence
  4. what are the 8 parts of a well written care plan (thats right written..more paperwork anyone?)
    • demographic data
    • assessment findings and risk factors
    • periodontal diagnosis
    • diagnostic statement
    • planned interventions
    • expected outcomes
    • appointment plan
    • reevaluation
  5. what are the five parts of the demographic data?
    • pt name, dob, gender
    • initial therapy or maintenance
    • clinician's name
    • date
    • chief complaint
  6. what are the five parts of the assessment findings?
    • med/dent history
    • EO/IO
    • perio/dental charting, indices
    • radiographs
    • risk factors
  7. dental hygiene interventions are meaures applied to _____, _____ or ______ oral health
    • regenerate
    • restore
    • maintain
  8. how many days does it take for bacteria to recolonize?
    42 days
  9. what are four factors affecting sequence of care?
    • urgency
    • existing etiolgic factors
    • severity and extent of tissue condition
    • individual pt requirements
  10. t/f when presenting the care plan to the pt they should be in the supine position
    false upright, face to face
  11. what is the purpose of presenting the care plan to the dentist?
    integrate tx plan and cooridinate plan for patient
  12. when must consent be obtained?
    before tx
  13. what are the five things presented to the pt when obtaining informed consent?
    • diagnosis
    • treatment
    • alternatives
    • consequences
    • prognosis
  14. t/f informed refusal does not require documentation
  15. t/f cultural differences can effect consent of a pt, health beliefs and values
  16. t/f you can have expresed consent, implied consent that exists without written documentation
  17. why must you reevaluate?
    • have expected outcomes been met
    • determine maintenance interval
  18. what are the four parts of a planned intervention?
    • specific to individual assessments
    • treatment plan
    • prioritized
    • reassess goals
  19. what is the perio status/case type based on?
  20. t/f this chapter is short and common knowledge but somehow I (Cassie) will manage to miss something.
    TRUE! (sorry I wanted to make it an even 20 questions..19 just seemed pathetic)
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Theory II
dental hygiene care planning