By Carole Hollins
Basic advisor to Dental strategies, moment Edition presents a necessary advent to the middle preventative and restorative remedies commonly conducted within the smooth dental perform. Written as a advisor for the complete dental staff, ‘before and after’ color images permit the reader to appreciate and clarify the methods to their sufferer with self assurance. each one part is obviously dependent to hide the reasoning at the back of the therapy defined, the proper dental historical past, the fundamentals of the way each one method is performed and any helpful aftercare information.
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Their aftercare advice is similar to that for crowns, whereby a consistently good standard of plaque removal is required to prevent caries developing at the veneer margins and periodontal problems developing at the gingival margins. This is achieved using a thorough toothbrushing technique with fluoride toothpaste, careful interdental cleaning using floss or tape, and the regular use of a plaque-suppressing mouthwash. Regular dental examinations should be carried out, where oral hygiene techniques can be reinforced as necessary, and any scaling and polishing can be performed to remove any accumulated calculus deposits.
However, good moisture control is imperative to allow the filling to set properly, and so a rubber dam may well be placed in adult patients. 5). 4 (a) Leaking amalgam filling. 5 Radiograph showing amalgam overhang as plaque retention factor 50 Consistently high standards of oral hygiene must be maintained by the patient to prevent this happening, and especially interdentally if the filling extends between the teeth. This will involve the use of a good toothbrushing technique with a good quality fluoridated toothpaste, as well as floss, tape or interdental brushes.
8 Anterior periapical position When an OPT is to be taken, the patient must be correctly positioned within the headset of the X-ray machine, so that the film produced is in focus throughout and no positional distortions are produced. The exposure time is usually in the region of 15 s, but a reduced X-ray dose to the patient is achieved by the use of intensifying screens within the cassette. The film is chemically processed to produce the image, either manually or automatically. These views are often taken for orthodontic diagnosis of missing or unerupted teeth, as well as to identify jaw fractures and pathology.