This newly revised version of The Dental Assistant provides comprehensive information for shorter programs allowing users to extract specific information and use the remaining material as a supplemental resource and on-the-job reference. Readers will appreciate the user-friendly format and easy-to-understand language. Review questions reinforce chapter material and aid in preparation for certification and licensure examinations under that state Dental Practice Act. OSHA guidelines are included to focus attention on the importance of safety and infection control. *Step-by-step procedures give students a practical understanding of the process *Dental specialities have been expanded to give students a more in-depth understanding of each *Key terms are defined both within the text and the glossary, facilitating learning *Suggested activities strengthen comprehension and reinforce procedure exercises *New chapters introduce digital radiographic imaging so students understand electronic imaging methods *Pharmacology chapter provides an overall classification of drugs found in a dental office *Includes more illustrations and tables than previous editions, making it easier comprehension of material and quicker reference (KEYWORDS: Comprehensive, Dental Assisting, Key Terms, Dental Specialities, Procedures)Because the most serious hazard associated with mercury in dental practice is accidental spills from bulk containers of mercury, employers should ... The manual can also include documented Material Safety Data Sheets required by OSHA.
|Title||:||The Dental Assistant|
|Author||:||Pauline C. Anderson, Alice E. Pendleton|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2000|