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Which antibiotic is the drug of choice for intraoral infections?
When should an avulsed tooth in a 35-year-old patient be optimally reimplanted?
Tongue piercings place patients at increased risk for which of the following:
When should an avulsed baby tooth in a 2-year-old be optimally reimplanted?
Which of the following is an indication for hospitalization of a adult with facial cellulitis?
Which type of mouth guard provides the most protection against oral injury in sports?
Which of the following conditions requires treatment with antibiotics?
What is the most appropriate treatment for a chipped tooth?
What should you do first in evaluating a patient with facial trauma?
The treatment of choice for an abscessed tooth is: