Dental Assistant Suction Technique

Dental Assistant Series, GS-0681 TS-29 September 1977 SERIES DEFINITION This series includes positions the duties of which are to receive and prepare patients for dental

Indian Health Service Dental Specialties Reference Guide 5-1 Chapter 5 Oral Surgery Surgical Technique Fundamentals 5-7 • having the assistant suction the field as necessary

SUCTION IMAGING DENTAL CARE HYGIENE P007-642-02/TM-dd.de/2.5/02/D1 (holding technique) Surgical cannulas for the higher blood volumes No edges dentist and assistant. Grey Pack of 20 0700-059-00 Grey Pack of 5 0700-059-50 Yellow Pack of 5 0700-059-51

A dental assistant in the state of Idaho may perform basic support- technique of removing soft substances from the teeth with pumice or other suction, irrigation, drying, placing and removing cotton rolls, etc. 49.

– ALARA Technique – Expose and Evaluate Film – Processing Film 4 % CHAIRSIDE PROCEDURES Competency Skills for the Dental Assistant by Charlene Doftka – Suction Tip Placement – Fluoride Tray

Entry Level Dental Assistant Program Information Catalog Volume 3 intra-oral x-ray film placement on a mannequin using paralleling technique. They use the Rinn x-ray position system. 1/3 suction/evacuation, saliva ejectors, retractors,

The Dental Assistant program is approved by the Kansas using suction hoses or other devices. Program Features This program provides the educational telephone technique, filing, patient record management.

DENTAL ASSISTANT SPECIALTY Volume 3. Clinical Skills – Chairside Assisting When suction is necessary, grasp suction tip with “thumb to nose” or “modified pen” grasp 8. technique or a recapping device

Dental Assistant/Expanded Duties Training Program Classroom format Training is offered for 11 weeks in succession for a total of 22 class session.

DENTAL ASSISTANT & DENTAL HYGIENIST DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS indirect impression technique; final impressions of any Maintain field of operation during dental procedures through the use of retraction, suction, irrigation, drying, placing and removing cotton rolls, etc.

2. Suction This state therefore applies to any technique which has depressed the patient beyond deep sedation. Moderate sedation: to a certified dental assistant any duties that are not listed in the scope of practice

A dental assistant in the state of Idaho may perform basic support- This technique is applicable only after examination by a suction, irrigation, drying, placing and removing cotton rolls, etc. 49.