Oral Hygiene Some questions may have more than one answer. Name* First Last Gums that are pink and do not hurt or bleed when you brush or floss are healthy.*TrueFalseSteps to decrease risk of developing tooth decay and gum disease are:* A. Brushing twice a day and flossing daily B. Rinsing with a fluoride mouthwash C. Eating a balanced diet and limiting snacks between meals D. All of the above Unhealthy teeth make it possible to eat and speak properly.*TrueFalseMedications can include which negative impacts to oral health:* A. Blue teeth B. Tooth decay C. Dry mouth D. Overbite Procedure for oral hygiene include:* A. Assembling equipment B. Washing hands and wearing gloves C. Asking client to stand in upright position or assisting them to D. Wet the toothbrush head and apply a small amount of toothpaste. Use gentle, rotational movement to clean the inner, outer and biting surfaces of the teeth. E. Allow the client to take mouthfuls of water, rinse mouth and spit into sink F. All the above Clients should be encouraged to carry out their own oral hygiene care.*TrueFalseOral hygiene can be completed in the living room and kitchen.*TrueFalsePositions that can be used for flossing are:* A. Stand behind client and floss B. Dancing while flossing C. Client sitting on a chair with staff behind the client D. Client laying on their bed with head in staff’s lap E. Client laying in a bean bag chair with client’s head in staff’s lap F. Not flossing at all Good oral health is important for your overall well-being.*TrueFalseThe level of assistance needed by each client will be the same.*TrueFalsePhoneThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.