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Author Fortune, Farida
Title Behavioral Dentistry
Imprint Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2013
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Edition 2nd ed
Descript 1 online resource (450 pages)
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Note Cover -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Contents -- Contributors -- Foreword -- Preface -- I: Biobehavioral Processes -- 1: Cultural Issues in Dental Education -- Incorporating Culture into Dentistry -- Impact of Culture on Patient Management -- The Need for a Culturally Diverse Teaching Staff and Dental Training Courses -- The Need for a Culturally Balanced Academic Environment -- Future Challenges -- Conclusion -- 2: Oral Health and Quality of Life -- Oral Health-Related Quality of Life: An Introduction -- Oral Health-Related Quality of Life: How Do We Assess It? -- Oral Health-Related Quality of Life: Its Role in Research -- Oral Health-Related Quality of Life and Clinical Practice -- Oral Health-Related Quality of Life and Dental/Dental Hygiene Education -- Oral Health-Related Quality of Life: An Analysis of the Status Quo -- OHRQoL: A Powerful Communication Tool -- OHRQoL: The Challenge of Human Adaptation -- OHRQoL: The Need for Differentiation -- Oral Health-Related Quality of Life and Behavioral Scientists: Concluding Remarks -- Acknowledgments -- 3: Stress and Inflammation -- Introduction -- Stress -- Stress and Periodontal Disease: Epidemiological and Clinical Findings -- Limitations -- Possible Mechanisms -- Effects on the Immune System and Inflammatory Response -- Oral Hygiene -- Smoking -- Conclusions -- 4: Saliva in Health and Disease -- Introduction -- Formation -- Function -- Dysfunction -- Complications -- Clinical Significance -- Unstimulated Saliva -- Stimulated Saliva -- Current Diagnostic Values and Future Directions -- 5: Surface EMG Biofeedback in Assessment and Functional Muscle Reeducation -- Introduction -- Historical Development -- Dental Relevant Applications -- Biofeedback in Clinical Practice -- Efficacy Evaluations of Biofeedback in the Treatment of TMD Disorders -- EMG as a Measure of Muscle Activity
Detecting the EMG Signal -- Surface EMG Sensors and Recording Techniques -- Sensor Placement -- Preamplified Sensors -- Types of Electrodes -- Electrode Spacing -- Skin Preparation -- Muscle Sites Frequently Used in Dental Applications -- Multisite versus "Wide" Placements -- Selecting Muscles for Training -- Quantifying EMG Activity -- Considerations in Selecting Instrumentation -- Laptops and Electrical Interference -- Frequency Range -- sEMG in Assessment -- Other Forms of Biofeedback Training -- Summary -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 6: Hypnosis in Dentistry -- A Brief History of Clinical Hypnosis -- The Nature of Hypnosis -- Myth #1: Hypnosis Is a Trance State -- Myth #2: Hypnosis Involves Loss of Control -- Myth #3: Hypnosis Is Dangerous -- Myth #4: The Doctor Must Possess an Elaborate Set of Skills and Must Exercise Them Charismatically -- Defining Hypnosis and Using It -- Forms -- Trance -- Nontrance Hypnosis -- Styles -- Authoritarian -- Permissive -- Uses -- Recommendations for Dentists -- II: Anxiety, Fear, and Pain -- 7: Environmental, Emotional, and Cognitive Determinants of Dental Pain -- Introduction -- Conceptual Issues in Understanding Dental Pain -- Environmental Determinants -- Dental Personnel -- Relationships with Oral Healthcare Providers and Communication -- Distraction -- Predictability -- Controllability -- Emotional Determinants -- Mowrer's Two-Factor Theory -- Davey's Model -- Fear-Avoidance Model -- Expectancy Model of Fear -- Acceptance-Based Models -- Cognitive Determinants -- Individual Differences -- Gender, Culture, and Lifespan Issues -- Summary and Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- 8: Cosmetic Dentistry: Concerns with Facial Appearance and Body Dysmorphic Disorder -- Cosmetic Interventions Increasingly Popular
Do Cosmetic Dental Interventions Have a Positive Effect on Patient Happiness and Quality of Life? A Study -- Body Dysmorphic Disorder -- BDD in Dental Practice -- Is BDD a State of Mind? -- Psychological Assessment of Patients with Appearance Concerns -- How Can Dentists Avoid Going Too Far in Improving Someone's Appearance? Some Practical Guidelines and Helpful Tip -- Summary -- 9: Chronic Orofacial Pain: Biobehavioral Perspectives -- Overview -- Introduction -- Toward a Biopsychosocial Model for Chronic Orofacial Pain -- The Biopsychosocial Model -- A Dual-Axis Approach to Assessment of Dental and Orofacial Pain -- Assessing Psychological and Psychosocial Factors -- Additional Useful Measures of Psychosocial Functioning -- Assessing Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Physical and Sexual Abuse -- The Dentist as Biobehavioral Clinician: Guidelines for Biobehavioral Assessment Data and Management of TMD -- Summary -- 10: Chairside Techniques for Reducing Dental Fear -- Non-Relaxation-Based Techniques -- Communication -- Distraction -- Quasi-Relaxation-Based Techniques -- Guided Imagery -- Relaxation-Based Techniques -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgment -- References -- 11: Sleep and Awake Bruxism -- Prevalence -- Effects of Bruxism -- Etiological Theories of Bruxism -- Diagnosis -- Treatment -- Summary -- References -- 12: Dental Fear and Anxiety Associated with Oral Health Care: Conceptual and Clinical Issues -- Introduction -- Conceptual Considerations -- Etiology of Dental Care-Related Fear and Anxiety -- Classification of Patients with Dental Care-Related Fear and Anxiety -- Epidemiological Considerations -- Assessment of Dental Care-Related Fear and Anxiety -- Verbal Report Assessment of Dental Care-Related Fear and Anxiety -- Behavioral Assessment of Dental Care-Related Fear and Anxiety -- Physiological Assessment of Dental Care-Related Fear and Anxiety
Other Approaches to the Assessment of Dental Care-Related Fear and Anxiety -- Interventions for Dental Care-Related Anxiety, Fear, and Phobia -- Behavioral, Cognitive-Behavioral, and Educational Interventions -- Pharmacological and Integrative Interventions -- Summary -- Acknowledgments -- III: Changing Behaviors -- 13: Behavior Management in Dentistry: Thumb Sucking -- Assessment of Thumb Sucking -- Functional Assessment of Thumb Sucking -- Treatment for Thumb Sucking -- Antecedent Intervention -- Consequent Interventions -- Combination Interventions -- Summary and Recommendations for Future Research -- 14: Management of Children's Distress and Disruptions during Dental Treatment -- Introduction -- Why Children Are Disruptive -- Positive Approaches to Behavior Management -- Reduction of Discomfort -- Parent Presence in Operatory -- Modeling -- Effective Communication -- Distraction -- Reinforcement of Good Behavior -- Scheduled Breaks -- Children with Special Needs -- Preparation -- Developmental and Verbal Level -- Differences in Gag Reflex -- Desensitization -- For Additional Information -- Conclusions and Recommendations -- Acknowledgments -- 15: Stress, Coping, and Periodontal Disease -- Introduction -- Studies on Stress Coping -- Coping with Stress: Its Influence on Periodontal Disease -- Coping with Stress: Its Influence on Periodontal Therapy -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- 16: Self-Efficacy Perceptions in Oral Health Behavior -- Theory of Self-Efficacy -- Definition of the Concept -- Dimensions of Self-Efficacy -- Sources of Self-Efficacy -- Self-Efficacy in Health and Health Behavior -- Dental Self-Efficacy in Determining Oral Health Behavior and Oral Health Status -- Self-Efficacy and Other Health Behavior Theories -- Sources of Dental Self-Efficacy in Oral Health Behavior -- The Role of the Family in the Self-Efficacy of Children
Interventions in Self-Efficacy to Improve Oral Health Behavior -- Motivational Interviewing to Improve Self-Efficacy -- Implementation of Motivational Interviewing in Dentistry -- Expressing Empathy -- Developing Discrepancy -- Rolling with Resistance -- Supporting Self-Efficacy -- Conclusions -- 17: Drooling and Tongue Protrusion -- Introduction -- Drooling: Definition, Prevalence, and Cause -- Drooling: Description of Treatment Procedures -- Instruction, Prompting, and Positive Social Reinforcement -- Negative Social Reinforcement and Other Decelarative Procedures -- Cueing Techniques -- Microswitch-Based Techniques -- Self-Management -- Drooling: Critical Examination of Experimental Methodology -- Drooling: Guidelines for Clinical Use of Behavioral Treatment Procedures -- Tongue Protrusion: Definition, Prevalence, and Cause -- Tongue Protrusion: Description of Treatment Procedures -- Tongue Protrusion: Critical Examination of Experimental Methodology -- Tongue Protrusion: Guidelines for Clinical Use of Behavioral Treatment Procedures -- Conclusion -- IV: Professional Practice -- 18: Listening -- Listening in Health Care -- Barriers and Bad Behavior -- Benefits of Effective Listening -- Effective Listening -- What to Do -- 19: Interpersonal Communication Training in Dental Education -- The Benefits of Good Communication between Providers and Patients in Dental Care -- Interpersonal Communication Training in Education -- Factors Influencing the Design of Interpersonal Communication Training -- Performance-Based Methodologies: Role Playing and Live-Patient Simulation -- Background History of the SP as a Tool in Medical and Dental Education -- What Is the Benefit of the SP Methodology? -- Some Essential Factors to Achieve a Successful Training Program -- Training SPs and Quality Assurance -- Case Development
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Behavioral Dentistry, Second Edition, surveys the vast and absorbing topic of the role of behavioral science in the study and clinical practice of dentistry. An understanding of social sciences has long been a central part of dental education, and essential for developing a clinician's appreciation of human behavior as it affects efficient dental treatment. This book gathers together contributions from leading experts in each of the major subspecialties of behavioral dentistry. Its aim is not merely to provide the student and clinician with a comprehensive review of the impressive literature or discussion of the theoretical background to the subject, but also with a practical guide to adapting the latest techniques and protocols and applying them to day-to-day clinical practice. This second edition of Behavioral Dentistry discusses biobehavioral processes, including the psychobiology of inflammation and pain, oral health and quality of life, saliva health, and hypnosis in dentistry. The book goes on to examine anxiety, fear, and dental and chronic orofacial pain, and then reviews techniques for designing and managing behavior change. It concludes with a section on professional practice, including care of special needs, geriatric, and diabetic patients, and interpersonal communication in dental education
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Fortune, Farida Behavioral Dentistry Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2013 9781118272060
Subject Dental Care - psychology
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Alt Author Mostofsky, David I
Giddon, Donald B
Fortune, Farida
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