ORDER ONLINE: ADACATALOG.ORG 43 Influence healthy habits and case acceptance with pictures. NEW BEST SELLER The Chairside Instructor, 12th Edition The Chairside Instructor has been revised to include the most up-to-date patient education information on topics ranging from daily hygiene habits to identifying symptoms of sleep apnea. This ADA bestseller is an invaluable tool in educating patients and staff alike. With more than 220 images and explanations of common dental conditions, this resource can be used to explain conditions to patients or illustrate a treatment plan. Sections include oral anatomy prevention and diagnosis gum (periodontal) disease decay, cavities, and restorations tooth replacement orthodontics cosmetic options and other oral conditions. Topics include: Plaque and its effects Sealants NEW Fluoride Effects of sugar on oral health Steps of filling a cavity Tooth erosion Gum recession Peri-implantitis Tobacco and oral health Bruxism NEW Wisdom teeth removal NEW Children's airways NEW Dry mouth Veneers NEW Sleep apnea NEW Dental emergencies Root canal therapy Features easy-to-clean laminated pages and tabbed sections that help you quickly locate each topic section. Spiral bound horizontal layout. 66 pages, 11” x 8.5”. W01321BT English spiral bound book + e-book | Members $79.95 Retail $119.95 Book ISBN# 978-1-68447-16-1 W01421BT Spanish spiral bound book + e-book | Members $79.95 Retail $119.95 Book ISBN# 978-1-68447-165-2 QTY MEMBER RETAIL 1-9 $79.95 $119.95 10-24 $74.95 $112.95 25+ $69.95 $104.95 Bulk Pricing for Books To order in bulk for your practice or institution, contact SpecialOrdersPDS@ADA.org. The perfect companion for clinic and classroom! Educational institutions and large organizations: Chairside Instructor book pricing starts at $79.95. Email SpecialOrdersPDS@ADA.org to request a quote, submit a purchase order, or request information about licensing options. 8 The Chairside Instructor, 12th Edition © American Dental Association. Recession All rights reserved. Sugar and Its Effects Sugary Food and Drinks Harm Your Teeth Plaque is the sticky film of bacteria that forms on teeth. When plaque is left on your teeth, the bacteria in the plaque use the sugar left over from food and drinks to make acid. This acid attacks the hard surface of your teeth known as enamel (e-NAM-uhl). The acid can wear away your enamel, and cavities can start to form. Having sugary foods or drinks many times a day allows bacteria to make acid throughout the day. This raises your risk of getting cavities. Cavities beyond the earliest stage do not go away on their own and must be treated by a dentist. How Much Sugar Are You Drinking? A lot of sugar can slip by in the things you drink. Take a look at how much added sugar there is in popular beverages like fruit drinks and sodas. * Excludes 100% fruit and vegetable juices and juice concentrates, because all products contain 0 g added sugars, following FDA regulations. Source: Developed based on data from Ng SW, Ostrowski JD, Li KP. 2017. Trends in added sugars from packaged beverages available and purchased by US households, 2007–2012. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 106(1):179-88. Regular Soda & Energy Drinks Fruit-Flavored Drinks Fruit & Vegetable Juice Drinks* Sweetened Dairy Ready to Drink Coffees & Teas Sports Drinks Flavored Waters 1 2 3 4 5 6 Sugar (tsp.) / 8 fl. oz. 6 tsp. 4 ¾ tsp. 4 ¼ tsp. 3 ½ tsp. 3 tsp. 2 ¾ tsp. ¾ tsp. Gum Disease 22 The Chairside Instructor, 12th Edition © American Dental Association. All rights reserved. Gum When the gum tissue that surrounds your teeth wears away or pulls of the it is called gum recession or receding gums. This can leave the root or unprotected, may to hot and cold. is also if you take good your gum recession Possible Causes of Gum Recession: periodontal (gum) disease brushing your teeth too hard or using a toothbrush with hard bristles crowded or tilted teeth trauma to gum tissues, such as a sports injury don’t fit genetics—some people are born with gums that are thin or weak smoking and using of like at teeth sharp objects oral that the Gums receding on upper teeth. Image ©Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. exposed tooth root Gums receding lower teeth. Image ©Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. inflamed gum tissue PATIENT EDUCATION CHAIRSIDE INSTRUCTOR Prevention and Diagnosis
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