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The Smiles for Life website contains a listing of recommended websites. These sites are excellent sources of information on oral health for primary care clinicians.
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What is Early Childhood Caries?
Oral bacteria and dietary sugars are two of the three parts of the “Etiology Triad” of Early Childhood Caries. What is the third part of the triad?
What is a risk factor for developing Early Childhood Caries?
How can primary care clinicians help prevent Early Childhood Caries?
The mother of your 10-month-old patient asks about a prescription for supplemental fluoride. She reports that the family obtains their water from a well. What is your best course of action?
What does this photograph of a child’s mouth depict?
To what is the arrow pointing on this photograph of a child’s mouth?
What is the first step in performing a knee-to-knee examination of a child’s mouth?
What guidance about teething should a primary care clinician provide to a toddler’s caregiver?
The arrow is pointing to a darkened feature in a child’s mouth.
What is this finding called?