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This collection includes 6 of our training courses all within one book. You can easily use the bookmarks to navigate between each training course. This collection includes:
- Dental Anatomy and Physiology
- Dental Materials
- Dental Radiography
- Dental X-Ray Units
- Dental Chair and Operating Unit
- Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology
Full illustrations and diagrams included.
Dental Anatomy and Physiology
This course presents a general discussion of basic sciences related to the technical procedures in dentistry. The course includes the principles of anatomy and physiology and dental anatomy.
This course deals with the composition, property, use, and manipulation of materials used in the dental profession.
This course is designed to acquaint you with fundamental concepts of dental radiography. It seeks to familiarize you with the techniques of positioning the patient, the tubehead, and film as well as exposing and processing dental radiographs. A knowledge of radiography is essential to understanding the dangers inherent in the use of X-rays. Radiographs are used to help make diagnoses. There are examples in this course of commonly produced radiographs.
Dental X-Ray Units
The material in this course provides the preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS), verification/calibration, malfunction isolation, and removal and replacement procedures for a seven milliampere (ma) Portaray Heliodent.
Dental Chair and Operating Unit
The dental chair, model JSR, is designed and constructed for dependability. The chair features an automatic return to exit capability. It is covered with durable upholstery and has a protective plastic foot cover. The accompanying stool provides seating for the doctor during operating procedures. The A-DEC Dental System, Model 4200, provides dentists and their assistants with the state of the art dental technology. Ease of operation and convenient instrument location are features that dental teams desire. The material in this course covers these procedures for the JSR dental chair, stool, and A-DEC dental operating unit.
Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology
This course is designed to acquaint you with the fundamental concepts of
oral and maxillofacial pathology. It also seeks to familiarize you with the technical
nomenclature used in pathology, which is essential to properly understanding dental
procedures. It also stresses the cause and effect of oral infection.