Adolescent Template Report

dentistry case study and need the explanation and answer to help me learn.

INSTRUCTIONS
Submit a 4 page (approx.) template on the adolescent patient. The document attached should be downloaded and saved (see below) to your computer. Fill in all appropriate sections and include 2 references or sources for your information. Bullet points preferred.

The file name should be created like this: DH 113-B, JSmith-adol (your report needs your first initial and last name embedded in the name of the file). Confirm the type of document you submit is accessible on Canvas (Word or PDF) Google docs and Pages will not open within the rubric area.
The Wilkins text has excellent general information about each patient type however the template requires details about each heading area. Students should plan on 4-5 sentences per heading. Students will include at least two peer-reviewed references; typically these are journals and not websites (in addition to your required texts) in APA format, for this assignment.
If a student submits a report after the deadline, this will result in a loss of 10% off the final score for each day it is late OR if they turn in the report after 5 days, the student will receive a “0” for the report.
Requirements:
ADOLESCENT SPECIAL PATIENT REPORT TEMPLATE
Caries risk & Nutrition (sugar level IN GRAMS of typical food):
Sport drinks/juice/soda in weekly diet
Fluoride supplements (past or current, suggested by pediatric dentists?):
Growth & development (10-17 years):
Hormonal challenges & bodily changes occurring (both male and female)
OHI challenges – TB, interdental cleaning
Referral to orthodontist (why & when), sports guards (how supplied)
3rd molar extraction (referral when?)
Typical schedules:
Activities/hobbies/sports (importance of, why overscheduling can occur)
Personal interests (developing rapport)
Community involvement
Access to dental care:
Family knowledge/history of dentistry
Past experience with dental care (very little or sufficient)
Access to dental care/insurance
Psychological/Health issues:
Personal care (or lack thereof)
Body image
Anxiety/suicide
School/peer pressure/bullying (effects)
Family stress (divorce)
Birth control/STD’s
Drug abuse (signs and symptoms):
Tobacco/vape use (effects)
Piercing and risk associated
Illicit/OTC drug abuse
Key approach to discuss:
Listen and engage (how)
Find common ground
Avoid “talking down”
References
Textbook:
Wilkins, E. (2016). Clinical practice of the dental hygienist. 12th edition, Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia, PA.
Include pages used:
Journal Articles (2 required):

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