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Which of the following dental procedures does NOT requires antibiotic prophylaxis for individuals at high risk of bacterial endocarditis?
Which clinical finding distinguishes periodontitis from gingivitis?
Which of the following is the least common site for the development of oral cancer?
How would you best manage the oral finding noted in the photo below?
Which of the following factors reduces the risk for caries in adults?
Which of the following patients require bacterial endocarditis antibiotic prophylaxis?
Which of the following is an abnormal tooth change not explained by aging alone?
Which of the following statements concerning xerostomia, or dry mouth, is NOT true?
Which of the following has been implicated in the development of recurrent aphthous ulcers?
What is the most appropriate initial management for the patient in the photo below?