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  • 1. PowerPoint ® Presentation for Oral Health, Nutrition, and Anatomy and Physiology Module: Preventative Dentistry and Nutrition
  • 2. Module: Preventative Dentistry and Nutrition Preventive Dentistry and Nutrition Part A: Preventive Dentistry Part B: Nutrition
  • 3. Module: Preventative Dentistry and Nutrition
    • Learning Objectives
    • 1. Define Key Terms.
    • 2. Describe how plaque forms and its effect
    • on oral tissues.
    • 3. Explain fluoridation and forms of fluoride.
    • 4. Identify the functions of vitamins, minerals, and water.
  • 4. Module: Preventative Dentistry and Nutrition
    • Learning Objectives
    • 5. Discuss the importance of proper nutrition and its benefits.
    • 6. Demonstrate various toothbrushing techniques.
    • 7. Demonstrate proper flossing technique.
    • 8. Demonstrate oral hygiene instruction.
  • 5. Key Terms
    • Calories
    • Caries
    • Cariogenic
    • Demineralization
    • Dentifrice
    • Diet
    • Diuretics
    • Enamel hypo-calcification
    • Enamel hypoplasia
    • Essential amino acids
    • Fluoroapatite crystal
    • Fluoridation
    • Fluorosis
    • Halitosis
  • 6. Key Terms
    • Hydroxyl ion
    • Malnutrition
    • Metabolism
    • Mottled enamel
    • Nutrients
    • Plaque
    • Undernurished
    • Xerostomia
  • 7. Part A: Preventive Dentistry
    • Plaque
      • Invisible
      • Bacterial colonies
      • Generate acid
      • Dissolve enamel
      • Destroy gingival tissues
    Sugar Plaque Caries Periodontal disease
  • 8. Plaque Control
    • Teeth
      • Remove plaque daily
      • Limit cariogenic foods
      • Strengthen enamel with fluoride
    • Healthy gingiva
      • Pinkish color
      • Firm
      • Form collar tightly around teeth
      • Stippled (like an orange peel)
      • Don’t bleed
  • 9. Oral Hygiene Motivating patients Plaque score Oral hygiene aids High-risk patients
  • 10. Toothbrushing Techniques Bass or Modified Bass technique Charters Modified Stillman Rolling stroke Modified scrub
  • 11. Dental Flossing
  • 12. Prosthetic Devices Bridges Implants Full dentures Partial dentures Orthodontic appliances
  • 13. Fluoride Trace mineral Fluorosis Fluoridation Toxicity Systemic Topical Rinses
  • 14. Part B: Nutrition Nutrients Carbohydrates Proteins Water Minerals Vitamins Fats
  • 15. Nutrition
    • Balanced diet
    • Metabolism
    • Patient education
    • Nursing bottle syndrome
    Baby bottle mouth Rampant dental decay
  • 16. Assessment Questions
    • Describe dental plaque.
    • Invisible sticky mass of food and bacterial colonies
    • What is the optimum level of fluoride in drinking water?
    • One part per million (1pmm)
    • What is the name of the dental aid used to clean under a fixed bridge?
    • A floss threader
  • 17. Summary of Module
    • Key Terms
    • Preventative dentistry
    • Nutrition