the dam between each tooth. 6 Inverting the dam: One of the most important reasons for using a dental dam is to isolate the tooth to be restored. For this to happen, the dam must be inverted into the gingival sulcus. This can be achieved in two ways, depending on the depth of the preparation.
What is the purpose of inverting the dental dam?
The purpose of inverting the dental dam is to: prevent saliva leakage.
When removing cotton roll isolation the dental assistant must wet the cotton roll before removal because?
When removing cotton roll isolation, the dental assistant must wet the cotton roll before removal because: a dry cotton roll can stick to the lining mucosa and cause injury.
In which method of the dental dam placement does one place the clamp and then stretch the dental dam over it?
- One-step method: The dam and the clamp are placed at the same time.
- Two-step method: First the clamp is placed and then the dental dam material is stretched over it.
What are common methods used to isolate specific areas of the mouth?
|The three most common methods used to isolate a specific area of the mouth include:||cotton rolls, dry angles, and dental dam|
|The dental dam is placed __ the local anesthetic is administered:||after|
|The grasp and positioning of the high-volume oral evacuator (HVE tip) includes:||thumb-to-nose grasp pen grasp|
How are dental dams removed?
When the procedure is complete, the rubber dam can be carefully removed. First, cut the rubber dam septums with a blunt-edged scissors. Next, place the rubber-dam forceps and lift off the retainer and dam together with the napkin. The napkin can then be used to wipe the patient’s face and clean any debris left behind.
When placing the dental dam you notice?
Terms in this set (10) While placing the dental dam, you notice the contacts to be extremely tight.
Why is it important to wet a cotton roll before removal?
Why is it important to wet a cotton roll before removal? If not wet, the rolls can pull on the lining of the mucosa.
How can you control moisture during a procedure?
Moisture Control Products
Quartano to control moisture during dental procedures. Gauze, synthetic cotton rolls, and other similar moisture-wicking materials are used, along with flat wafers that are effective at absorbing saliva.
What’s a disadvantage to cotton roll isolation?
Figure 10-5 Cotton roll placement for the posterior maxillary arch. Because of movements of the tongue and the tendency of saliva to pool in the floor of the mouth, cotton roll isolation is more difficult to achieve in the mandibular arch.
How do you punch a dental dam?
This is accomplished by placing the middle finger of each hand on either side of the double punched hole and gently slipping the dam behind the bow of the clamp. Then engage the lingual wing and the buccal wing of the clamp. Next isolate the most anterior tooth in the quadrant and then isolate the remaining teeth.
How do you stabilize the clamp?
To stabilize a retractor clamp, use green stick modeling compound that has been heated so that it is workable but not sticky. Shape the compound into a small cylinder, glaze one end, and place the glazed end onto the tooth’s surface, then mold it to engage the retractor’s bow.
Is Rubber Dam mandatory for root canal?
Despite the ease with which a dental dam may be set up, many dental practitioners do not routinely use a dental dam during root canals and other endodontic work. The International Endodontic Journal reports that rubber dams are not used routinely by many dental practitioners for root canal treatment.
What type of procedures do you think the hve would be used for?
HVEs and Saliva ejectors perform two different functions
Saliva Ejectors are for removing saliva and pooling water during patient care, HVE’s are meant for specific uses during a procedure like crown preparation, extractions, and to help reduce the spatter and spray during dental hygiene procedures.
What are the different types of moisture control techniques?
Common procedures that use dental suction and moisture control techniques include teeth cleaning, amalgam filling, composite filling and root canal. The different suction and moisture control techniques include oral evacuation systems, rinsing the oral cavity, and teeth isolation.
What are the indications for using the saliva ejector?
questions for 36 and 54 dental assistant
|are the following indications for using the saliva ejector: to control saliva and moisture accumulation, cementation of crown, flouride treatments?||yes|
|what is placed on a saliva ejector to prevent suckback?||one-way valve|