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Dental Disorder

Dental Disease


  • Eating disorders are among those conditions which present with very classic appearances on the teeth as well as the soft tissues inside the mouth.[baltimoresun.com]
  • Presentation - a dental abscess presents with worsening pain (hours to days) which may radiate to the ipsilateral ear, jaw and neck. There may be a bad taste in the mouth, fever malaise and trismus (inability to open the mouth).[patient.info]
  • If the situation presents itself, refer them to a psychiatrist for a definitive diagnosis.[speareducation.com]
  • Other conditions present with sharp, shooting, radiating, burning, throbbing, aching, tingling, or simply odd sensations, particularly in or around the mouth.[dental.pacific.edu]
Movement Disorder
  • In actual fact, it is regarded as a sleep related movement disorder or one type of sleep disorder.[malisano.com.au]
Poor Oral Hygiene
  • oral hygiene -dry mouth -presence of orthodontic appliances -gum tissues recession -pregnancy another word for dry mouth reversible inflammation of gingiva characterized by irritated, bleeding gums why gingivitis is more common in pregnancy probably[quizlet.com]
  • The following can increase your chances of developing a dental abscess: poor oral hygiene – plaque can build-up on your teeth if you don't floss and brush your teeth regularly consuming lots of sugary or starchy food and drink – these can encourage the[nhs.uk]
  • Although primarily an infectious disease caused by poor oral hygiene, gum disease is influenced by heredity.[yourdentistryguide.com]
  • Most at risk are people with poor oral hygiene; those with a systemic disease, such as diabetes, that lowers resistance to infection; and smokers. Women also have a tendency to develop gingivitis during pregnancy.[realsimple.com]
  • Smoking, poor oral hygiene, and denture-wearers are at greater risk for developing this complication. Dry Mouth. Dry mouth (xerostomia) is another complication of diabetes.[medschool.lsuhsc.edu]
  • The most familiar symptom of a tooth problem is a toothache. Others include worn-down or loose teeth. It's important that you see a dentist if you have any problems with your teeth.[icdlist.com]
  • Common tooth disorders include Fractured, loosened, and knocked-out teeth are considered urgent dental problems, as are some toothaches .[merckmanuals.com]
  • […] into the mouth by using fluoride toothpaste in an amount no more than a smear or the size of a grain of _________ For children 3 to 6 years of age, parents and caregivers should dispense no more than a _________-sized amount of fluoride toothpaste • Toothache[quizlet.com]
  • Dental disease Toothache Local causes - this usually arises as a result of irritation of the nerve supplying the affected tooth.[patient.info]
  • You could experience toothaches, dull headaches or earaches, and jaw pain ( TMJ ). Your teeth may also appear more yellow because the white outer covering is worn away.[mouthhealthy.org]
Bad Taste
  • Symptoms include bleeding, swollen gums, persistent bad breath or bad taste, loose permanent teeth and a change in bite. Your teeth may appear to become longer as gums and bone recede.[mouthhealthy.org]
  • There may be a bad taste in the mouth, fever malaise and trismus (inability to open the mouth). It is more likely to occur where there are risk factors for dental caries (see 'Dental caries' above) and a history of previous dental procedures.[patient.info]
Blurred Vision
  • vision Tight or sore jaw or neck muscles Shoulder pain Locking or dislocation of the jaw after chewing or yawning Allen TMJ Disorder Treatment Appointments Ryan Dental Group can relive your TMJ disorder symptoms with oral appliance therapy.[rdgallen.com]
  • 1. depressed mood 2. diminshed interest in pleasure or all activities 3. weight loss or gain 4. fatigue or loss of energy 5. recurrent thought of death or suicide 6. cannot concentrate, indecisive 7. insomnia Characteristics of a Major depressive episode[quizlet.com]
  • Psychosocial therapy Methods of treatment for schizophrenia include: 1. delusions 2. hallucinations 3. disorganized speech 4. disorganized or bizarre behavior 5. catatonia Positive symptoms of schizophrenia include: 1. flat affect 2. lack of voluntary[quizlet.com]
Facial Pain
  • Other TMJ symptoms: Facial pain Tooth sensitivity (especially to hot or cold temperatures) Difficulty chewing Locked jaw Inability to bite all the way down Limited ability to open mouth Tinnitus (ringing in ears) or muffled sensation in ears Worn down[willowbenddental.com]
  • Torrado for an evaluation: Jaw pain Chronic headaches A popping or clicking noise when you open your mouth Jaw stiffness Pain in your neck or shoulders Radiating facial pain Ear pain Ringing in your ears Trouble opening and closing your mouth How Dr.[torradodental.com]
  • pain, and chronic headaches.[advancedprostheticsinstitute.com]
Learning Difficulties
  • The book opens withan overview of the major types of developmentaldisabilities—autism spectrum disorders, Down Syndrome,attention deficit, cerebral palsy—and others such as spinabifida and learning difficulties.[amazon.com]


  • Since most TMD problems are stress-related, this approach should be used first as all of these treatments are reversible. More irreversible treatments can slowly be considered as your response to treatment is evaluated.[dentalplans.com]
  • Avoid treatments that can cause permanent changes in the bite or jaw. TMJ treatments should be reversible whenever possible. That means that the treatment should not cause permanent changes to the jaw or teeth.[dentalcare.com]
  • Bleeding due to dental work: Treatment Treatment depends on the type and severity of bleeding disorder and how much dental work is needed. The hematologist will determine what treatment is needed. This chart lists some general guidelines.[childrensmn.org]
  • In other cases, he may recommend orthodontia or restorative treatment to address a misaligned bite. At Torrado Dental , we will carefully evaluate the health of your jaw and lifestyle needs to determine the most appropriate treatment for you.[torradodental.com]
  • Specialized Dentistry of New Jersey (SDNJ) provides eating disorder treatment to Monmouth County residents.[buildinggreatsmiles.com]


  • Prognosis - if left untreated, it can spread to involve all the gingiva and spread into the bone, forming intraosseous craters (necrotising ulcerative periodontitis).[patient.info]


  • Etiology of bleeding disorder 1. Nonthrombocytopenia 2. Thrombocytopenia purpuras 3. Disorders of coagulation 10. Etiology of bleeding disorder Nonthrombocytopenia 1. vascular wall alteration : infection, chemical, allergy 2.[slideshare.net]
  • In this study, chipping data in the teeth of Homo naledi are compared with those of other pertinent dental samples to give insight into their etiology.[doi.org]
  • By understanding the etiologies of eating disorders, recognizing the mouth warning signs, and intervening when appropriate, dental professionals can help the millions of Americans with these deadly diseases start down the road to recovery.[dentistryiq.com]


  • Their pathophysiology and management are different but, in the context of primary care, they can be treated as the same entity.[patient.info]


  • Although dental caries are largely preventable, they remain the most common chronic disease of children aged 6 to 11 years and adolescents aged 12 to 19 years. Tooth decay is four times more common than asthma among adolescents aged 14 to 17 years.[cdc.gov]
  • […] or control dental plague -brush at least 2 min, at least twice a day which mechanical brush is preferred for preventing dental plague ultrasonic vibration (philips sonicare) brush ________ to prevent bad breath how often should you floss to prevent and[quizlet.com]
  • The need is not only for treatment, but also prevention and education about oral hygiene.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • Our physicians are available to prescribe medications you need to prevent or treat bleeding complications and our pharmacy specializes in bleeding disorder medications and can dispense medications you need to prevent or treat bleeding.[ihtc.org]
  • Tooth decay, which often leads to toothache and tooth loss, can be largely prevented with good oral hygiene, which helps remove plaque and prevent tartar buildup.[merckmanuals.com]

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