Prentice Hall Health Complete Review of Dental Hygiene, Volume 1

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Prentice Hall, 2002 - Medical - 612 pages
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This review guide reflects the most recent changes made by the American Dental Association Joint Commission on National Dental Examinations, offering future professionals in the field a definitive edge in their preparations to take the National Board Examination. Provides updated references and case studies currently being considered for the National Board Examination. Dedicates chapters to specific subject areas (i.e., - Human Anatomy and Physiology; Oral Pathology; Instrumentation/Debridement; Periodontology; Pharmacology; Ethical/Legal Issues, and much more) - each with an introduction and a review of the subject matter, followed by case studies, review questions and answers, and suggested references. Includes photographs, radiographs and illustrations, plus a complete index and appendices for reference. For those preparing for the National Board Dental Hygiene Examination; also for professional dental hygienists who move to another state and must retake the test.

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About the author (2002)

Jacqueline N. Brian has been recognized for professional excellence with honors that include Indiana University Dental Hygiene Association's "Outstanding Dental Hygienist in Community Service" award. She has 32 years experience as a dental hygiene practitioner and 28 as an instructor. She developed and directed Indiana University's dental hygiene program and is extensively involved with state and local professional organizations.

Mary Danusis Cooper has been an instructor in the Dental Hygiene Program at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne since 1979. She remains active in clinical practice as a volunteer at Matthew 25 Health/Dental Clinic-a clinic for the indigent in Fort Wayne. As a tenured Full Professor, her responsibilities include teaching Preventive Dentistry, Nutrition, Oral Anatomy/Histology, Medical Emergencies, Clinic Seminar, and Senior Hygiene Seminar.

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