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Pain, tenderness, redness/inflammation of skin, sores/rashes, swollen skin, warmth in affected are, fever (soft tissue near oral cavity) central area with abscess: these describe ______-itisCellulitis
Order of eruption primaryIncisors (6-9 mo), Canines (16-18 mo), 2nd molars (20-24 mo)
Order of eruption permanent1st molar, Central Incisor, lateral incisors, man canine/max 1st pm, man 1st pm/max 2nd pm, max canine/man 2nd pm, 2nd molars
How much occlusal reduction for a 1st (primary) molar crown prep?1-1.25 mm
How sub gingival is permitted for a stainless steel crown prep?0.5-1mm
5 yo Girl with alveolar abscess, tooth had pulpotomy 6 mo ago... what should tx be?extraction
What type of resorption is most commonly seen after pulpectomy?Internal resorption
What is the optimal F conc for drinking water?0.7-1.2
13 yo with 0.7 F in drinking water, how much supplemental F do you prescribe?none
Don't prescribe fluoride, despite F conc of drinking water, at ages _____ and younger6 months
For a stainless steel crown, you should have a _____ margin and the crown should extend ___-___ mm below margin0.5-1 mm
What do you prescribe a child/infant with herpes?Acyclovir
What do you prescribe a child for thrush?Nystatin
What is the max dose (LA) for a 50kg child?if 50 kg, then 6.5 carpules (i doubt this) if 50 lb then 2.5 carpules
max dose of xylocaine is ____ mg/kg4.4 mg/kg
kid fell on his bike and got scraped up... make sure they are up to date on they're _____ shottetanus
t/f: family members are most likely to commit child abusetrue
what is most common site for ankylosed tooth?Man 1st molar (see break in PDL)
What is the ideal NO flow rate for kids (presumably for kids)5-6 flow rate
best results after avulsion... are when there is _____ apex, tooth is stored in ______, and put back within ______ minutesopen; milk; 30 minutes
Tooth formation begins at what point embryologically?6 weeks
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Which fracture Classification? (1-4)

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Enamel OnlyClass 1
Enamel & DentinClass 2
Enamel, Dentin, & pulpClass 3
Enamel, Dentin, Pulp & cementumClass 4
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Fluoride

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How much supplemental fluoride should be given to a child between birth & 6 months?none, ever
How much supplemental fluoride should be given to a 6 mo-3 yo child if the child has less than 0.3ppm F in their drinking water?0.25 mg
How much supplemental fluoride should be given to a 6 mo-3 yo child if the child has 0.3-0.6 ppm F in their drinking water?none
How much supplemental fluoride should be given to a 6 mo-3 yo child if the child has more than 0.6 ppm F in their drinking water?none
How much supplemental fluoride should be given to a 3-6 yo child if the child has less than 0.3ppm F in their drinking water?0.5 mg
How much supplemental fluoride should be given to a 3-6 yo child if the child has 0.3-0.6 ppm F in their drinking water?0.25 mg
How much supplemental fluoride should be given to a 3-6 yo child if the child has more than 0.6 ppm F in their drinking water?none
How much supplemental fluoride should be given to a 6-16 yo child if the child has more than 0.6 ppm F in their drinking water?none
How much supplemental fluoride should be given to a 6-16 yo child if the child has 0.3-0.6 ppm F in their drinking water?0.5 mg
How much supplemental fluoride should be given to a 6-16 yo child if the child has less than 0.3ppm F in their drinking water?1.0 mg
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