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Caries Risk

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Caries risk of children ages 0-5 with no carious lesions is the past year, mother/caregiver also does not have caries, well coalesced pits and fissures, regular re-care intervals, appropriate fluoride use, and low counts of cariogenic bacteria? Low caries risk
Caries risk of pt ages 6 to adults with no carious lesions in the past 3 years, sound restorations, minimal to no plaque/inflammation, optimum fluoride use, regular re-care intervals, and visually adequate salivary flow? Low caries risk
Caries risk of children ages 0-5 with a carious lesion restored in the past year, deep pits & fissures, localized areas of plaque/ inflammation, white spot lesions, interproximal radiolucencies, irregular re-care intervals, inadequate fluoride exposure? Moderate caries risk
Caries risk of pt ages 6 to adults with 1 carious lesion restored in the past year, exposed roots, deep pits and fissures/developmental defects, localized moderate plaque/inflammation, while spot lesions, recreational drug use? Moderate caries risk
Caries risk of children ages 0-5 with parents having active caries, inappropriate bottle feeding/nursing, carious/white spot lesions present, frequent sugar intake, inadequate fluoride use, irregular re-care intervals, and a developmental condition? High caries risk
Caries risk of pt. ages 6 to adult with current carious lesions, restored caries within the past 3 years, xerostomia, fixed or removable appliances, high levels of cariogenic bacteria and irregular re-care intervals? High caries risk
Created by: hygiene13 on 2012-11-28



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