Use Case A to answer The Following questions
Ms. Ivory is a 45-year-old female who has just arrived for her first dental hygiene care visit in 11 years. Ms. Ivory recently acquired dental insurance and is interested in improving her oral health. Her physician is treating her for anxiety, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, and seasonal allergies. She takes Xanax (alprazolam) for anxiety and migraines; Atenolol (tenormin) for hypertension; Glucotrol (glipizide) for diabetes and an over-the-counter antihistamine product for seasonal allergy relief. She occasionally experiences dry mouth; she reports brushing twice per day, flossing occasionally, and using Parodontax toothpaste without fluoride. In addition, she states that her gums bleed every time she brushes and flosses her teeth. Ms. Ivory has moderate levels of cervical plaque biofilm. She reports using a soft toothbrush but cannot remember the brand name. She also experiences sensitivity to cold, sweets, and pressure in the mandibular right posterior quadrant. She is missing teeth #1, #3, #14, #16, #17, and #32. A class I furcation involvement is present on the buccal surface of tooth #19, and generalized 2- to 3-mm recession throughout her mouth, with class II embrasure spaces. Radiographs show moderate horizontal bone loss and moderate subgingival and supragingival calculus, especially in the interproximal areas. She has three new class I and two class II and IV carious lesions. In five previously restored teeth, recurrent caries can be seen.
-Given this client's high caries incidence, systemic health issues, periodontal condition, and pharmacologic history, the inclusion of dietary analysis and counseling in the care plan would be appropriate:
A)Both statements are TRUE
B)The first part of the statement is TRUE, and the second part is FALSE
C)The first part of the statement is FALSE, and the second part is TRUE
D)Both statements are FALSE