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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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Which of the following are consequences of untreated dental decay?
Tobacco users are at increased risk of developing which of the following conditions?
Which condition is associated with periodontal disease?
Which of the following medications is linked to gingival hyperplasia?
What can a primary care clinician do to promote oral health?
Which of these classes of medications is NOT generally associated with decreased salivary flow?
Which of the following is true about the relationship between loss of natural teeth (edentulism) and risk of death (mortality)?
Which of the following viruses has been linked to increased rates of oral cancer?
What is the suggested common pathway linking chronic periodontitis and conditions such as diabetes, coronary artery disease and adverse pregnancy outcomes?
Which of the following complex conditions are ideal for co-management between medical and dental teams?