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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 the most common site for recurrent caries in the elderly?
Which of the following is an absolute contraindication for placing dental implants?
Calcium channel blockers are most associated with which adverse intraoral effect?
Which statement is true regarding dental prostheses?
HPV influenced oral cancers have which of the following characteristics?
What is the most likely reason why complete tooth loss has declined in the U.S. from 50% to 18% over the last 60 years?
While performing an oral exam on a 72 year old patient, you observe the finding in the photograph below. How should you manage this finding?
Which of the following statements is true regarding the oral health of elderly patients with dementia?
After a hip fracture, a 76 year old woman is admitted to a long-term care facility for rehabilitation. While examining her mouth shortly thereafter, you see the condition in the photograph below. What is the most likely cause of what you see?
Elderly with poor oral hygiene, missing teeth, and dental pain are at risk for worsening oral health due to which of the following nutritional factors?