theory II

  1. manner in which an individual acts or performs
  2. apporoach to correct undesirable behavior through systematic manipulation of environemtnal and behavior variables; treatment procedure for certatin mental and physical disorders
    behavior modifications
  3. verbal or nonverbal interaction or interchange; nonverbal, without spoken words, may be accomplished through pictures, gestures, facial expressions or posture
  4. extent to which a person's health behaviors conicide with dental/medical health advice; also called adherence
  5. the provision of oral health information to people in such a way that they can apply it in everyday living
    dental health education
  6. difficulty in swallowing
  7. appraisal of changes in a patients behavior or oral health status that have resulted from interventions by the professional healthcare personnel
  8. imaginary halitosis; constatn fear of having bad breath; sometimes realted to an underlying psychiatric condition
  9. comibination of learning opportuniteis planned to facilitate the reinforce voluntary behavior conducive to the health of hte individual or group
    health education
  10. planned combination of educational, economic, orgainizational or environmental support for actions conducive to health of individuals or groups
    health promotion
  11. acquiring knowledge or skills through study, instruction or experience
  12. the domain of learning concerned with attitudes, interests and appreciations
    affective domain
  13. the domain of learning concerend with knowledge outcomes and intellectual abilities
    congitive domain
  14. the domain of learning concerned with levels of motor skills
    psychomotor domain
  15. the task of establishing, maintaining and enhancing patient relationship so that the goals of the patient the group or the community can be achieved
  16. inner drive force that prompts an individual to act to satisfy a need or desire or to accomplish a particular goal
  17. failure to carry out a prescribed healthcare plan, for example failure to take medications as prescribed
  18. stimulating any of the organs of sensation, susceptible to a sensory stimulus
  19. sum total of the efforts to promote, restore and maintain the oral health of the individual
    preventive dental hygiene
  20. enzymatic decomposition, especially of proteins with the production of foul smelling compounds such as hydrogen sulfide, ammonia and mercaptans
  21. hydrogen sulfide; methylmercaptan and to a lesser exent dimethyl sufide and dimethyl disulfide produced by microbial metabolism and which create oral malodor
    volatile sulfur compounds VSCs
  22. producing or causing dry mouth
  23. process of being widely spread
  24. refers to the ability of a disclosing agent to spread readily over a tooth surface and flow into the interproximal areas
  25. selective dy in solution tablet or lozenge form used to visualize and identify dental biofilm on the surfaces of the teeth
    disclosing agent
  26. rose colored dye used for preparing histologic specimens for microscopic study; companion dye with hematoxylin for well knonwn H and E that stains nuclei blue and cytoplasm pink
  27. red colored dye used in solution or tablet form for a disclosing agent in the identification of dental biofilm on teeth
  28. united states food, drug and comsemtic act regulates the packaging labeling imiporting and exporting of such products as disclosing agents
    F D and C
  29. bright yellow fluorescing dye effective for disclosing dental biofiolm on teeth; used in ophthalmology to reveal corneal lesions of the eye
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