TEST PREVIEW

  1. At what age do most people begin smoking cigarettes?
  1. Second hand cigarette smoke can cause _______________ in children.
  1. What percentage of adults smoke cigarettes in the US?
  1. How many people in the US die every year from cigarette smoking?
  1. Cigarette smoke has 7,000 chemicals, 70 of which are carcinogenic.
  1. Cigarette smoking can cause cancer of the larynx, oral cavity, bladder, pancreas, cervix, kidney, stomach, blood, liver, colon, rectum and the esophagus.
  1. Combustible tobacco products on the market include _______________?
  1. Smokeless tobacco products on the market include _______________.
  1. Tobacco use can cause oral cancer.
  1. Tobacco use is responsible for _______________.
  1. Cigarette smoking can compromise dental implant success.
  1. Addiction is a physical and psychological process.
  1. There is a genetic component to addiction.
  1. Dental health care providers have a responsibility to help patients quit their tobacco use.
  1. Nicotine replacement therapies (NRTs) include _______________.
  1. NRTs can be combined as nicotine cessation aids.
  1. Bupropion and Varenicline are viable nicotine cessation aids.
  1. Bupropion and Varenicline can be used with NRT’s.
  1. It is imperative that a healthcare professional have a thorough knowledge of a patient’s medical history before prescribing Bupropion and Varenicline.
  1. It may take cigarette smokers 30 attempts before they quit smoking.