Dental Hygiene Theory and Practice

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Michele Leonardi Darby, Margaret M. Walsh
W.B. Saunders, 1994 - Dental care - 1174 pages
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This excellent resource provides a substantial theoretical and clinical foundation for making assessments and dental hygiene diagnoses; planning dental hygiene care and interventions; and evaluating the effects of care on clients' oral health. Covers the prevention of disease transmission, root morphology, dental hygiene care for individuals with special needs and more. Provides guidance with regard to computer applications, leadership and management, legal and ethical decision making, and research, preparing readers for new technology and new levels of accountability.

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Margaret Walsh is a Psychotherapist and Nutritionist. Margaret believes that it is the physical, mental and spiritual balance that needs to be addressed before a patient can move ahead successfully. Margaret lives in a small village in the South of England with her partner and 3 children. When she is not counselling, writing or looking after her family, she can be found walking on the beach with Neville the dog ...

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