10 Cards in this Set
|What is the most common dental chair position for dental procedures?||Supine|
|What type of supervision is described as the presence of the dentist and the dental office area, but not necessarily present in the same treatment room?||Indirect supervision|
A dental engine is a large chair -side appliance (often including the chair itself) for use in a dentist’s office .
What determines the position of the dental chair ? the back of the chair is placed at a 90 degree angle.
In the supine position , the chair back is lowered until the patient is almost lying down (Figure 9-3). Because of the contour of the chair , the patient will not appear flat . The patient’s head and knees should be at the same approximate plane. Most dental treatment takes place in this position .
A dental explorer or sickle probe is an instrument in dentistry commonly used in the dental armamentarium. A sharp point at the end of the explorer is used to enhance tactile sensation. In the past it was usual for dentists to use the explorer to probe teeth for the presence of cavities.
Questions & Answers on Dental Chairs
|Type Of Dental Chair||Min Price||Max Price|
|Fixed||Rs 43500/Piece||Rs 580000/Piece|
|Portable||Rs 1/Piece||Rs 174000/Piece|
Retail cost for “top- of-the -line” dental patient chairs range from: $2,000 to $4,000. $4,000 to $6,000.
Each chair is formed by a seat, a headrest, a backrest and armrests. The chair can be a standard traditional dental chair or a knea-break chaire (Series 7).
Name the 3 types of positions for a patient dental chair . 90° angle; used for x-rays and impressions; when no one’s using room. Positioned as if lying down, most common position when in dental treatments . Head is lower than the patient’s feet, used during emergency situations and treatments if patient is unconscious.
What items are important to have in the reception area? Seating, lighting, and reading material .
Chairside Ch 32 Dental Office & Ch 33 Delivering dental care
|dental chair is in supine position for most dental procedures (yes/No)||YES|
|two items found on dental assistna’s stool not found on operator’s stool||foot rest and abdominal bar|
|items for titruation are place where||amalgamator|
Common Patient Positions Fowler’s Position . Fowler’s position , also known as sitting position, is typically used for neurosurgery and shoulder surgeries. Supine Position. Prone Position. Lithotomy Position. Sim’s Position. Lateral Position.
Additionally, the terms supine and prone are used to describe a body that is lying down. Supine refers to a body lying on its back (face up), while prone refers to a body lying on its belly (face down).
It is named for George Ryerson Fowler , who saw it as a way to decrease the mortality of peritonitis: Accumulation of purulent material under the diaphragm led to rapid systemic sepsis and septic shock, whereas pelvic abscesses could be drained through the rectum.