- Educated patients about proper oral hygiene and plaque control.
- Felt and visually examined gums to detect any sores or signs of disease.
- Sharpened and sterilized dental instruments.
- Performed oral cancer checks by feeling lymph nodes to detect swelling or tenderness.
- Examine gum tissue to classify periodontal health.
- Clean coronal and subgingival calcareous deposits, plaque, and stain from teeth using dental instruments.
- Provide clinical services, such as fluoride treatments, and health education to improve and maintain the oral health of patients.
- Examine gums, using probes, to locate periodontal recessed gums and signs of gum disease.
- Improved patient oral hygiene by educating on proper care
- Kept dental equipment and tools clean, organized and sterilized for use
- Identified signs of gum disease and located periodontal recessed gums with careful examinations
- Cleaned teeth and beneath margins of gums to remove calculus deposits and stains
- Took dental x-rays
- Periodontal scaling and root planing
- Answered phones and emails
- Examine gums to locate periodontal recessed gums and signs of gum disease.
- Educate patients about conditions of the disease such as gingivitis and periodontitis and give OHI
- Clean calculus deposits and stains from teeth and beneath margins of gums, using dental instruments.
- Perform local anesthesia and provide deep scaling treatments for the required patients
- Oral prophylaxis
- Fluoride treatment
- Patient education
- Pit and fissure sealants
- Scaling and root planning
- Patient file documentation
- Dental charting