Dental Practitioner: Dental Radiographs
– Dental radiographs are commonly taken to assist dental practitioners for further diagnosis. Dental radiographs are images produced on an image receptor with a passage of high energy electromagnetic radiation and radio waves that penetrates through teeth and it the relating structure (Iannucci, JM & Howerton, LJ 2012).The deliberation of electromagnetic radiation and radio waves raises concerns in regards to how radiation affects cells in the body and the composition of the nucleus. Sue Raye’s dentist requested radiographs for herself and her family, since dental radiographs involves radiosensitive the head and neck tissues area it raises concerns for her and family’s safety….
Periodontal Assessment and Maintenance
– … The significant portion of patients presenting with advanced stage oral cancer is a result of the tumour characteristic as opposed to professional delay in diagnosis (Scott et al., 2005). As well, the delay in diagnosing oral cancer is shown to have no effect on the tumour size and stage upon presentation. Therefore, the majority consensus in the literature is to allocate attention towards only high risk individuals. Until further high quality research is done on malignant progression rates, the American Cancer Society recommends annual screening for high risk patients….
Seven Differents Jobs in Dental Occupations
– “Every tooth in a man’s head is more valuable than a diamond,” (Miguel de Cervantes, Don Quixote, 1605). Living by this philosophy, I’ve decided that I want to become a dentist. When I made this decision, I knew absolutely nothing about what it was like to be a dentist, and the numerous jobs I could do as one. I thought that every dentist did the same thing, but boy was I wrong. Over the fifteen plus hours I spent shadowing my mentor, Dr. Victor Nitu, I learnt a lot of new stuff that has helped me narrow down what exactly I want to do as a dentist in the future….
Smoking and Dental mplants
– … It has been under scrutiny for long due to a progressive number of diseases directly or indirectly linked with it 20.The toxic byproducts of the cigarette smoke have been implicated to influence general health 21.The oral cavity, being the first point of contact for cigarette smoke and heat, may be equally affected22. The implant insertion may be compared to the healing process after bone fracture and involves the same process18. The presence of the cigarette components may have negative repercussions on this process ,as it is associated with decreased vascularity of bone, osteoporosis as well as with reduced bone density in jaws and decreased bone mineral content 7,25….
A Career as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
– … Because of the affordable coverage, more people then requested the need to have primary care, and because there were not enough doctors to go around to everyone that could afford the care, the nurses felt that they could take on the important responsibility. The training program for the nurse practitioners, developed by Nurse Loretta Ford and Doctor Henry Silver, was based on the well being of children and their families. The growing interest for primary care, according to Ford, was one of the reasons for the creation of Nurse Practitioners.(O’Brien) Pediatric Nurse Practitioners are much like Pediatricians they care for children from infancy to young adulthood, except Practitioners are…