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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 constitutes a tooth’s outer layer?
What is a full complement of adult teeth?
A caregiver asks you how many teeth her 3 year old child should have. What is the most appropriate response?
At what age do teeth typically begin to emerge in children?
Oral cancer is most common in which area of the mouth?
When performing the “knee-to-knee” oral exam on a young child, in what position should the child start?
All of the following are needed by a primary care clinician to conduct a thorough oral exam on an adult EXCEPT?
When examining the mouth of a 9-month old child, which of the following is a reason for early referral to see a dentist?
You are performing an oral exam on a 21-year old patient who has been using smokeless tobacco for 4 years. Which part of this patient’s oral cavity is especially important for you to examine?
A complete oral examination includes an assessment of each of the following EXCEPT: