I. Caries prevention
1. Definition of basic terms in oral epidemiology
2. Main caries indicators, indices – p...
II. Dental caries
1. Enamel – structure and development
2. Dentine – structure and development
3. Cement – ...
III. Prevention of periodontal diseases
1. Dental plaque
2. Formation and development of dental pl...
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Preventive Dentistry, the 2th year - Questions

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  • 1. I. Caries prevention 1. Definition of basic terms in oral epidemiology 2. Main caries indicators, indices – practical determination 3. Global WHO goals in the field of oral health 4. Communication in the dental surgery 5. Non verbal communication 6. Communication with a child patient 7. Communication with handicapped patients 8. Dental plaque in caries etiology 9. Pathogenity of the dental plaque 10. Contemporary opinions on dental caries development 11. Enamel caries 12. Caries risk 13. Diagnostics of the dental caries 14. Fluor and its significance for the human being 15. Fluorides in caries prevention – methods of systemic application 16. Fluorides in caries prevention – methods of local application 17. Tooth pastes, tooth brushing methods suitable for children 18. Preeruptive effect of diet relative to caries development 19. Posteruptive effect of diet relative to caries development 20. Non cariogenic sweeteners 21. Diet counseling in caries prevention 22. Preventive programmes in oral health 23. Prevention of developmental defects of hard dental tissues 24. Pit and fissure sealing 25. Preventive filling 26. Etiology of orthodontic anomalies 27. Possibilities of postnatal prevention of orthodontic anomalies 28. Preventive aspects in restorative dentistry
  • 2. II. Dental caries 1. Enamel – structure and development 2. Dentine – structure and development 3. Cement – structure and development 4. Etiology of dental caries 5. Caries of dentine 6. Caries of cement 7. Classification of carious lesions 8. Saliva and its influence on oral cavity environment 9. Examination methods in caries detection 10. Caries detectors 11. Auxiliary examinations in early caries detection 12. Acute caries 13. Chronic caries 14. Sorts of caries 15. Defending mechanisms of hard dental tissues 16. Caries pulpae proxima – structures of dental tissues 17. X-ray in caries detection 18. Evaluation of carious lesions considering the loss of hard tissues 19. Arrested caries 20. Caries preparation techniques saving dental tissues 21. Calculation of DMFT and DFMS indices 22. Plan of the dental treatment 23. Documentation 24. Complex examination of the patient in dental surgery 25. Mechanical wear of teeth 26. Erosions
  • 3. III. Prevention of periodontal diseases 1. Dental plaque 2. Formation and development of dental plaque 3. Characteristics of the dental plaque as to localization 4. Pathogenity of the dental plaque 5. Products of dental plaque microorganisms 6. Dental calculus – formation and types of dental calculus 7. Dental plaque and periodontal diseases 8. Dental plaque and dental caries 9. Methods of tooth cleaning 10. Frequency and duration of tooth cleaning 11. Education of the patient – basic hygienic program 12. Professional hygienic care 13. Removing of dental plaque and pigmentations of exogenous origin 14. Removing of dental calculus 15. Removing of the iatrogenic factors 16. Monitoring of oral hygiene and periodontal status with indices 17. PBI index – Papilla Bleeding Index 18. CPITN – Community Periodontal Index of Treatment Needs

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