Designed to accompany Clinical Practice of the Dental Hygienist, 12e, this unique active learning workbook reinforces the important concepts of the main text and provides hands-on practice in putting those concepts into practice. Each chapter provides an array of engaging skill builders to help students master the assessment, planning, treatment, communication, and documentation skills they need to succeed as dental hygienists. Reflecting the changes in the main text, the 12th Edition is enhanced by a new user-friendly two-color design, an increased emphasis on critical thinking skills, and a stronger focus on helping students make the transition from the classroom to practice. - A new title, "Active Learning Workbook," emphasizes the book?s focus on preparing students to make the transition from learning to practice. - A new 2-color design makes the book easier to use. - New Medical Subject Heading (MeSH) term boxes help students cpnduct effective and efficient PubMed literature searches. - Revised crossword and word search puzzles increase student mastery. Halmark Features: - Everyday Ethics boxes include individual learning, cooperative learning, or discovery activities that challenge them to resolve the types of real ethical dilemmas they will face as practicing dental hygienists. - Competency Questions ask students to apply their knowledge in analyzing assessment data, creating care plans, and documenting patient care. - Medical Subject Heading (MeSH) term boxes help students conduct effective, efficient PubMed literature searches. - Knowledge exercises require students to define key terms, concepts, and principles and to answer questions based on text information. - Crossword Puzzles and Word Searches reinforce terminology in a fun, interactive way. - Discovery Activities build skills by asking students to find and analyze professional sources of current, evidence-based information. - Questions Patients Askexercises require students to use their evidence-based decision-making skills to address patient concerns. - Factors to Teach the Patient show students how to develop conversations with patients using motivational interviewing techniques. - For Your Portfolio suggestions encourage readers to reflect on their growth as a dental hygiene professional by developing a portfolio that highlights individual talents, special skills, and competencies, resulting in an ideal tool for employment interviews or graduate education applications. - Learning Objectives highlight key information in each chapter.
Featuring over 800 clear, high-quality photographs and radiographic illustrations, this fully updated 5th Edition of Color Atlas of Common Oral Diseases is designed throughout to help readers recognize and identify oral manifestations of local or systemic diseases. The new edition includes expanded and updated content and is enhanced by new images, new case studies, a stronger focus on national board exam prep, and more. he book?s easy-to-navigate, easy-to-learn-from standard format consists of two-page spreads that provide a narrative overview on one page with color illustrations on the facing page. To integrate oral diagnosis, medicine, pathology, and radiology, the overviews emphasize the clinical description of oral lesions, cover the nature of various disease processes, and provide a brief discussion of cause and treatment options. Features: - An increased focus on national exam preparation is reflected in end-of-chapter questions, entities, cases, and images. - Differential Diagnosis Tables added to each section help students distinguish a particular disease or condition from others that have a similar appearance. - Coverage of new entities, such as Radiopaque Lesions of the Jaw, have been added. - Additional content on Facial & Neck Lesions has been added. - A greatly expanded Radiographs section includes 30 new images and up-to-date content. - Approximately 85 new images enhance the book?s unparalleled photo and illustration program. - New Student Resources: Case Studies (five per chapter) expand students? opportunities to apply what they?ve learned to clinical situations. Select Disease Fact Sheets and an image bank. - A reader-friendly organization presents clinical and radiographic features of common diseases found in the oral cavity according to location, color, surface change, and radiographic appearance. - Chapter-opening learning objectives help students focus their studies by setting forth what they need to know after completing the chapter. - Color-coded sections with tabs organize information into logical sections to help students locate information quickly. - Highlighted key words draw student attention to important concepts. - Case studies(80 in all) give students an opportunity to apply their knowledge to clinical situations and prepare for the National Board Examinations. - A comprehensive Glossary offers clear, simple definitions for key terms. - Expanded instructors? resources and all-new student resources save instructors time and help students succeed.
Written specifically for dental hygienists, this comprehensive textbook covers concepts, issues, techniques, and methods related to dental public health. It focuses on the assessment of factors that affect oral health of populations and the development of policy in response to a population's needs. It also provides information regarding the active promotion of oral health maintenance. This text is unique in that it applies the Dental Hygiene Process of Care - a globally accepted, foundational concept in clinical care for dental hygienists - to the subject of dental public health, lending it greater relevance and familiarity to dental hygiene students. In addition, the text is based on the American Association of Dental Educators' Competencies for Dental Hygienists. A chapter on National Board Preparation, including Board-style review questions, prepares students for the national exam. Review questions and learning activities are also incorporated into each chapter. http://thepoint.lww.com/product/isbn/9781582558417
Now in its Third Edition, this book is a primary, comprehensive infection control text for students in the dental professions. Using the latest scientific and clinical evidence and current infection control guidelines, the book presents easy-to-follow protocols as components of a basic infection control routine. This Third Edition has been thoroughly updated and contains more photographs and tables. A glossary of terminology and acronyms appears at the beginning of each chapter. http://thepoint.lww.com/product/isbn/9780781765329
Comprehensive and easy-to-understand, Foundations of Periodontics for the Dental Hygienist, 5th Edition equips dental hygiene students with up-to-date, evidence-based coverage of periodontal anatomy, the periodontal disease process, and classifications of periodontal disease. Rather than presenting information in narrative style, the author-a leading expert in the field-uses a detailed outline format, making the information easier to read, understand, and reference. Rich with engaging learning features and student resources, the Fifth Edition has been revised and updated throughout to reflect the hygienist's increasingly important role in periodontal therapy and to help students confidently apply what they've learned to clinical patient care situations. -Updated content familiarizes students with the latest evidence-based information on host modulation agents, regenerative techniques and materials, the clinical use of lasers, and more. -Current Classifications of Periodontal Diseases from The American Academy of Periodontology equip students for confidence clinical patient care. -Comprehensive Patient Cases with clinical photos, radiographs, and periodontal charts cultivate students' patient care planning capabilities. -Straightforward outline format helps students easily identify, learn, and review key concepts. -Hundreds of full-color illustrations and clinical photographs reinforce concepts in vivid detail. -Focus on Patients and Clinical Patient Care features connect chapter content to specific patient care applications. -Evidence in Action features help students apply the latest clinical research to commonly encountered patient care scenarios. -Ethical Dilemmas features alert students to potential legal/ethical considerations they may encounter in practice. -Learning Objectives and Key Terms provide a "road map" to module topics and help students master dental vocabulary. -Online audio glossary reinforces terminology and pronunciation quickly and effectively. -New prepU adaptive quizzes test students' understanding and highlight areas requiring further study.
Publisher's Note: Products purchased from 3rd Party sellers are not guaranteed by the Publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. Walking dental hygiene students step-by-step through the "how to"-not just the "what" and "why"-of using periodontal and root instruments, this 8th Edition of Jill Gehrig's definitive resource features new chapters, new online technique videos, updated coverage of the latest evidence-based techniques and equipment, and an expanded array of online teaching and learning resources. Designed to make it easy for students to learn instrumentation, this practical book first takes students through basic skills-patient positioning, intraoral finger rests, and basic instrumentation-then covers advanced techniques, including assessment of periodontal patients and instrumentation of the root branches of multirooted teeth, root concavities, and furcation areas. -Stand-alone modules provide step-by-step instructions for each major instrument classification (sickle scalars, universal curets, area-specific curets, etc.), providing instructors with maximum teaching flexibility. -Module outlines make it easy for students to locate specific information. -Chapter-opening learning objectives help students recognize and study important concepts. -A step-by-step format allows students to work independently and at their own pace-fostering autonomy and decision-making skills. -Key terms help students learn a whole new dental vocabulary as they move through the text. -Study aids, including boxes, tables, and flow charts, visually reinforce important content and permit quick reference during technique practice and at-home review. -Case-based patient experiences and critical thinking activities encourage students to apply concepts to clinical situations and help develop problem-solving skills. -Skill evaluation checklists guide student practice, promote self-assessment skills, and provide benchmarks for faculty evaluation of skill attainment. -Thirty-two FREE online videos (12 new to this edition) demonstrate instrumentation techniques.
This updated 3rd Edition of General and Oral Pathology for the Dental Hygienist provides the information students need to develop an understanding of basic pathology and recognize the clinical manifestations of oral and systemic disease. In accordance with ADEA Curriculum Guidelines, which stress the recognition of oral disease based on clinical signs and symptoms, the oral pathology section is uniquely organized by distinct clinical/radiographic features of oral lesions to help students evaluate and categorize lesions according to appearance, emphasizing the concept of differential diagnosis. This edition features new "Oral Medicine Considerations" that highlight the relationship between oral and systemic disease, a stunning collection of art work with over 600 images, and a wide range of online resources, such as case studies and practice questions, that reinforce student learning. -eBook available. Faster, smarter, and more convenient, today's eBooks can transform learning. These interactive, fully searchable tools offer 24/7 access on multiple devices, the ability to highlight and share notes, and much more. -NEW! Emphasis on Oral Medicine. Information regarding oral medicine considerations is highlighted throughout the text, acknowledging the current emphasis on the relationship between systemic disease and oral health and aligning with ADEA Curriculum Guidelines recommending the inclusion of oral medicine in the dental hygiene curriculum. -NEW! Board exam-style questions have been added for each chapter, enhancing end-of-chapter content. -NEW! An online, searchable Clinical Protocols eBooklet that features nearly 30 protocols written by experts in the field covers topics ranging from "Performing a Cytology Smear" to "Motivational Interviewing for Behavior Change" provides quick access to patient management information essential for practicing and student hygienists. -NEW! A searchable and printable Condition SummaryeBooklet provides quick access to the most important information about the conditions discussed in each chapter, acting as both a resource and a study reference -Case studies (two per chapter) present a patient example, ask students to assume the role of the hygienist, and now align with new end-of-chapter Board exam-style questions and critical thinking activities -At least two applications in every chapter show how content translates to the real world (Application to Practice) or provide information on current trends (Did You Know? and Research in Action). - Throughout the book, short-answer case study questions and critical thinking activities encourage students to apply information to clinical and professional situations. - Strong emphasis on prevention and early detection of oral cancer prepares students for practice. - UPDATED! Online resources for instructors include additional case studies, PowerPoint presentations with extensive notes, image bank, test bank, and more.
This exam review prepares students for the Certified Dental Assistant (CDA?) exam. The book follows the organization of the Dental Assisting National Board, Inc. (DANB) exam outline, and features a comprehensive outline format with integrated review questions for each subtopic. A 320-question simulated exam is included in the text. Accompanying the book is a CD-ROM featuring all 480 questions from the text along with an additional 480 questions for a total of 960 dental assisting review questions. Study and test-taking tips as well as rationales for each of the questions are included to help students prepare for the exam.
Dental assistants have to work as part of a team every day to provide patients with the best possible care and ensure that the dental office runs smoothly. As an instructor, you prepare students to have the skills and abilities they will need to be a successful part of this dental team. As a publisher, we play a role on this team as well, by providing the tools and materials you need to educate new dental assistants. We have actively listened to dental assistants, faculty, and students discuss their textbook needs, and have created a better dental assisting textbook, one that brings the voice of the dental assistant and dental team to the resources used in your classroom. And so, we?re excited to introduce you to Lippincott Williams & Wilkins? Comprehensive Dental Assisting, an exciting first edition textbook written in the voice of dental assistants?your voice. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins' Comprehensive Dental Assisting is an exciting, first-edition textbook based on our collaboration with professionals and educators in the dental assisting field to address the challenges you face as an instructor. This engaging, comprehensive title delivers all of the coverage you and your students need, information on accreditation and certification, and all the tools students need to prepare for a successful career in dental assisting. The text?s reader-friendly and engaging style, dynamic colorful design, and comprehensive electronic media help to maintain students' interest, while improving their retention of essential information. Unique features emphasize critical thinking and help students apply what they learn in the classroom to real-world challenges in their careers.
Reflecting significant changes in the industry and the latest research in the field, this fully updated 3rd Edition of Rebecca Sroda?s Nutrition for Dental Health provides dental hygiene and dental assisting students up-to-date, easy-to-understand coverage of basic nutrition and diet information with an emphasis on the relationship of nutrition and diet to oral health. Now in vibrant full color, this accessible and student-friendly 3rd Edition features up-to-date, evidence-based content, new practice-focused features, outstanding end-of-chapter and online learning tools, and enhanced instructors resources. - New Videos on Chairside Counseling, filmed by the author, bring to life the how-to?s of patient counseling. One of the chairside counseling videos will be available in Spanish. - New chapter on Complimentary Nutritive Therapies introduces students to alternative ways that patients prevent and treat their oral concerns using everyday nutritive remedies. - New instructor resources; include Voice-over PowerPoint Presentations,Critical Thinking Activities,and a downloadable Comprehensive Patient Forms Booklet. - New and revised end-of-chapter learning aids-including self-assessment exercises, correlations of content to everyday life, Practice for Patients boxes featuring case studies with questions, and up-to-date web resources-encourage critical thinking and help students master the content, - New student ancillaries, including Chairside Counseling videos, electronic flashcards, and a Chairside Counselingquick reference card, provide opportunities for interactive review and practice. - MyPlate (and MiPlato) coverage replaces the 3rd Edition?s Food Pyramid to align with the latest USDA recommendations on encouraging lifelong healthy eating behaviors. - Evidence-based research supports content and ensures the currency and accuracy of the book?s coverage. - A new full-color design and art program includes graphics, illustrations, and photos to engage today?s extremely visual learner. - New content on the relationship between nutrition and periodontal/oral disease in Chapter 3 is written/contributed by, best-selling author Jill Gehrig. - Current information on vitamins and minerals demonstrates their effect on oral disease. - New co-author: Registered Dietician Tonia Reinhard gives a dietician?s perspective, solidifying the scientific aspect of the book. - Food for Thought boxes provide interesting, real-life, need-to-know information. - An entire unit (Part VI) dedicated to nutritional counseling prepares students for a key role of practicing dental hygienists. - A friendly look and tone throughout the book draws students in and make the subject of nutrition interesting and lively. - Nutrients-at-a-Glance charts contain common categories of information to help students organize and compare major nutrients and herbs. Charts can be found in the appendix.
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This updated 4th Edition of Jill Gehrig's highly visual, step-by-step guide takes dental hygienists-in-training through the process of patient assessment, emphasizing both the actual physical assessment and the human interaction involved. The 4th Edition includes four chapters on communication (including an all-new motivational interviewing chapter), as well as unique Human Element sections that include real-life experiences shared by patients, students, and clinicians. Enhanced by case studies, student learning aids, videos, and a new audio glossary, Patient Assessment Tutorials provides students with everything they need to succeed in the course and their future careers as dental hygienists. Key Features: - An all-new motivational interviewing chapter in Part 1 helps students build skills in a collaborative form of communication designed to elicit and strengthen motivation for behavioral change. - New coverage on communicating with patients with special needs, such as autism, Asperger's, and Down Syndrome, enhances student skills. - Online student resources, including video clips, a new audio glossary, and suggested Internet sites, bring concepts and techniques to life. - A new Audio Glossary is ideal for mastering the vocabulary of dental hygiene on the go, and especially helpful when English is a second language. - Module Overviews and Outlineswith Learning Objectives make information easier to locate, provide an organizational framework, and assist students in?recognizing and studying important concepts. - Peak Procedures sections provide a straightforward,?step-by-step guide for practicing and perfecting?assessment techniques in a self-instructional format that fosters autonomy?and decision-making skills. - Ready References provide quick access to?important information and can be?removed from the book, laminated or placed in plastic page?protectors, and assembled in a notebook for use in clinical?settings. - The Human Element sections include real-life experiences shared by students, patients, and experienced clinicians to help students understand the clinical relevance of chapter topics. - Progressive Case Studies that reveal assessment information as students move through the book encourage students to interpret the findings, relate them to previous information, and make decisions about patient care. - Skill Checks allow students to evaluate their strengths and?limitations in performing assessment procedures. - Key Terminology is highlighted in bold type, clearly defined, and then gathered together into a comprehensive Glossary at the back of the book. - Comprehensive Patient Case Studies in the final module present patient?assessment data and challenge students?to interpret and use the assessment information in?patient care planning. - Detailed, full-color illustrations and photographs visually guide students through procedures and techniques.
Preventing Medical Emergencies, 3e, is the only book on the market to provide dental professionals, hygienists, and assistants with step-by-step procedures for identifying risk factors and potential emergencies before they occur. Organized to follow the most recent American Dental Association Health History form, the book includes easy-to-find follow-up questions for all conditions, along with clinically relevant treatment plan modifications and strategies for preventing and managing specific emergencies. The authors cover general pathophysiology, medical management of patients with compromised health, screening techniques for identifying patients at risk for complications, as well as ways to manage in-office emergencies, such as adverse drug interactions. Case studies throughout the book explore a wide range of medical conditions and bring concepts to life, while a wide range of self-test, review, and case study questions help readers master key concepts and procedures.
This new edition successfully combines elements of radiographic technique with interpretation information for readers. Five sections cover the concepts of radiologic imaging, radiographic techniques and procedures, special imaging techniques, radiation health, and assessment and interpretation. Based on the Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology guidelines published by the American Association of Dental Schools, this unique book features numerous high-quality photographs, radiographs, and line drawings. New information on digital radiography, radiation health, periodontal disease, and image assessment is included, as well as chapter review questions, case-based questions, and workshop and laboratory exercises. To help readers prepare for certification, sample multiple-choice and case-based questions for the National and State Board Certification Examinations are also included.
Be it dentistry, dental assisting, or dental hygiene, Stedman's Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions, Second Edition is the go-to resource for all students and professionals in the dental field. This dictionary contains definitions for nearly 16,000 terms relevant to all dental professions, including dentistry, and includes more than 500 illustrations?most in full color?and a glossy full-color oral conditions and disorders insert. Appendices include tooth numbering systems; dental imaging errors; guidelines for infection control in dental health care settings; weights and measures; medical prefixes, suffixes, and combining forms; medical and dental abbreviations; abbreviations used in medication orders; laboratory reference range values; and professional organizations. Also included with the purchase is a free three-month subscription to Stedman's Online: Stedman's Medical Dicationary for the Dental Professions, which includes all the content from the print dictionary, as well as access to 5,600 images, more than 8,500 audio pronunciations, 42 live action videos, and a customizable section, My Stedman's, which allows users to add terms, add notes, add definitions, save searches and illustrations, and include outside links.
Using clear explanations, a unique three-part organization, full-color illustrations, and interactive exercises, Woelfel's Dental Anatomy, 9e helps dental hygiene students understand the relationship of the teeth to one another and to the bones, muscles, nerves, and vessels associated with the teeth and face. The book?s detailed coverage of dental anatomy and terminology prepares students for success on national board exams, while up-to-date information on the application of tooth morphology to dental practice prepares them for success in their future careers. Updated throughout with the latest scientific and technological advances, the Ninth Edition features expanded content, new tooth identification labeling exercises, additional board-style learning exercises, and a substantially updated full color art and design program. New to this edition: Revised chapters that reflect the latest scientific and technological advances in Periodontology, Operative Dentistry, Endodontics, and Forensic Dentistry have been updated by faculty with specialties in each area. New Tooth Identification Labeling Exercises, featuring over 80 step-by-step questions that cover the decisions required to identify a tooth, ask students to identify tooth anatomy (class, facial size, arch, type, mesial, and universal number). Additional board-style Learning Exercises in Chapters 2 -5 address the tooth identification and universal numbering system to better prepare students to pass board exams. New content addresses specific topics now included on national board exams, such as paranasal sinuses and dental anomalies. A substantially updated art and design programintroduces "red dot" markers for tooth identification and new color photos that better illustrate specific characteristics or traits of the tooth. New Glossary of Key Terms appears at the back of the book for easy reference. Halmark Features: A unique comparative approach to tooth anatomy in Chapters 1-6 helps students understand the similarities and differences of each class of tooth. Topic Lists open each chapter in an outline format to orient students to the information that follows. Section-opening Learning Objectives allow students to read with a purpose and to assess their mastery of important knowledge and skills. Summary Tables capture complex material in an easy-to-understand format. Research Data sections provide both original and reviewed research findings based on thousands of teeth, casts, and mouths. Review Questions and Answers inserted throughout chapters help students assess their understanding of anatomical terminology and concepts and prepare for certification examinations. Learning Exercises that help students understand and apply topics include interactive activities, such as examining extracted teeth or tooth models or performing specific self- or partner examinations. Advanced Learning Exercises in Chapter 13 ask students to draw and sketch teeth or carve teeth from wax to help them become intimately familiar with tooth shape and terminology. Additional board-style Learning Exercises in Chapters 2 -5 address tooth identification and the universal numbering system to better prepare students for success on board exams. Chapter-ending Critical Thinking Questions give students an opportunity to apply what they've learned to more complex questions/exercises. A free, printable online dental anatomy study guide helps students master key information and includes traits, charts, and reference information.