Please carefully read through each question posed. In your response, please use terms and phrases that you defined in your previous assessment. Reflect on your learning unit and your own research. Please aim to present 180 words for each response to fully demonstrate your knowledge in this area of study. A minimum of 150 words for each response is required.
1.Explain why dental materials and medicament bottles should be stored in the clean zone of the treatment room and not left on the bench top of the working area.
2.What are the advantages of using pre-set dental trays and cassettes?
3.What is your understanding of the FDI World Dental Federation numbering system and its benefits?
4.The Australian Schedule of Dental Services and Glossary details standard dental treatments and assigns a three-digit code number to items and clinical procedures. List at least five items or services delivered and their three-digit code numbers.
5.Explain the personal protective equipment you routinely use in the dental surgery and any standards of PPE that must be met.
6.Why is dietary education important for infants and babies, children and young adults, and the elderly?
7.Chart the following dental treatment on the following diagrammatic chart.
8.Identify the following FDI tooth number and Palmers notation with the full anatomical name of the tooth. Make sure to identify whether it is a permanent tooth or a deciduous tooth. Identify the tooth surfaces listed below.
9.Chart the following dental treatment on the following diagrammatic chart.
10.Identify the components of the anaesthetic cartridge labelled below. What must be checked prior to inserting the cartridge into the syringe?
11.In the following image, the patient has been prepared for dental treatment. Considering the placement of light, is the treatment intended for the mandibular or maxillary procedure?
12.Abrasive burs are used for different purposes. Consider the diagram below, and explain the uses of the three main types of abrasive burs shown.
13.Identify the PPE in use in the following graphic.