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What is the reason Primary Care Medical Clinics should get involved in oral care for high-risk children?
High-risk children often do not have a dental home.
There is a caries epidemic in young children
Primary Care Medical Providers see young children many times in the first five years of life.
All of the above.
What factors contribute to morbidity due to the caries process? (Check all that apply)
Poor school performance
Caries is the process that leads to cavities and tooth decay
Caries is an infectious process and is theoretically preventable.
What constitutes Primary Caries Prevention Intervention? (Check all that apply)
A risk assessment
Vision and hearing check
Gross Oral Evaluation
Application of Fluoride Varnish
Advice to seek a dental home
What is not true about white spots?
They are the first sign of the caries process
They are found where the teeth meet the gums
The caries can be arrested at this point if fluoride is applied to strengthen the enamel of the tooth
The child will need to see a dentist immediately
What is the significance of brown spots?
No significance, child can brush teeth to eliminate the spots
Caries is advanced and child will need to see a dentist to pull or fill the tooth
Fluoride can arrest the caries process when brown spots are found
No significance in baby teeth, they fall out anyway
Anticipatory guidance includes all of the following except:
Children should limit sugary foods and beverages to mealtimes or snack times only
Children should brush twice a day with fluoridated toothpaste beginning when the first tooth erupts
Children should not use fluoridated toothpaste until they are three years old
Children should drink fluoridated water
Children should have fluoride applied to their teeth four times per year
Children should have a dental home
What aftercare is needed after fluoride varnish application?
No aftercare is needed
Eat soft foods and no brushing for the rest of the day
Brush the ecru coloring from the teeth as soon as possible
Child should rest following application
Why is Emergency Room care incomplete for tooth pain or infection?
Emergency room physicians cannot treat the affected tooth
Emergency room physicians only treat the pain and infection
Symptoms will return if the tooth is not treated
All of the above
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