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NAVMED P-117

Manual of the Medical Department Ch. 6

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The primary mission of the Navy Dental Corps is to provide. Navy Dental Corps is to Provide care that will prevent or remedy diseases, disabilities, and injuries of the teeth, jaws, and related structures, which may directly or indirectly interfere with the performance of military duties
The mission and functions of the Chief, Navy Dental Corps consits of what? (a) Establish professional standards (b) Initiate and recommend action (c) Serve as the advisory agency for the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED)
The Deputy Chief for Dentistry is also? BUMED Director of the Office of the Dental Corps
The Director is responsible for? Recommendations regarding changes in administrative policy; develops, coordinates, evaluates, and advises on matters pertaining to personnel policy, military requirements, and professional qualifications of Dental Corps officers
DDP also has the title “The Dental Officer, U.S. Marine Corps” and is the staff dental officer to? Commandant of the Marine Corps (CMC)
The staff dental officer for Commander, Fleet Forces Command is designated as? Fleet Dental Officer
Dental treatment facilities (DTFs) are aligned with? Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs)
The Navy Dental Corps consists of officers in the grades of? Lieutenant; lieutenant commander; commander; captain; and rear admiral (lower half).
Who prescribes the authorized strength and grade levels of the active duty Dental Corps officers based upon the overall needs of the Navy and Marine Corps? The Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV)
Appointments in the Dental Corps of the U.S. Navy and the Naval Reserve are made as vacancies occur or as otherwise determined by who. The Chief of Naval Personnel.
Officers of the Dental Corps become eligible for promotion when? When they accumulate the required promotion and entry grade credits, or complete the prescribed period of active duty in the next lower grade.
The commanding officer of an MTF/DTF/BN will be assigned as such by? BUPERS
The commanding officer of an MTF/DTF/BN general duties include serving as commanding officer and accomplishing? The economic, effective, and efficient performance of functions and operations of the clinic or hospital per U.S. Navy Regulations
The executive officer of an MTF/DTF/BN will be assigned as such by? BUPERS
Director of Hospital Directorates, including director of dental services/officer in charge (OIC) of a clinic, is assigned by and responsible to? Commanding Officer
The fleet dental officer is responsible for the overview and oversight of? All matters pertaining to the dental health care of the fleet by means of visits and review of dental service reports and reports of inspections.
The Fleet Dental Officer keeps informed of all matters pertaining to? Dental personnel, dental materiel, and readiness of the fleet.
The force dental officer is the advisor to the force commander on all? Dental matters.
Dental officers must be qualified to perform ______ resuscitative procedures during surge phases of combat or contingency situations so they may treat or assist in the treatment of casualties. Advanced Life Support (ALS)
Dental officers must maintain registration in ________ and receive other appropriate resuscitative training Basic Life Support (BLS)
Dental officers must maintain registration in basic life support (BLS) and receive other appropriate resuscitative training per what INST BUMEDINST 1500.15
All Dental Corps officers detaching to operational billets should complete advanced trauma training preferably within what time of detachment. 6 months
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons must additionally complete what training? Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
Dental officers must ensure compliance with what BUMEDINST to identify and resolve issues to assure quality dental care. BUMEDINST 6010.13
Dental health care providers must be immunized against viral hepatitis per what INST? BUMEDINST 6230.15
The force dental officer will usually be a Navy Dental Corps officer with the grade of? Captain
The force dental administrative officer is a Navy Medical Service Corps officer with grade of ? Lieutenant Commander
An NDC/DENBN is designed to achieve the _____ use of personnel while providing the most effective dental health care for U.S. Marine Corps Forces operations. Maximum use of personnel
The senior dental officer embarked with personnel will? (a)Report to the dental officer of the ship. (b)Be responsible for the dental health of the embarked personnel (c)Advise the Marine commander regarding the availability of dental treatment (d)Establish a duty schedule for embarked dental personnel. (e
Dental field equipment and supplies consist of items needed by the DENBN to carry out its mission are supplied in the? Authorized dental allowance lists (ADALs).
When DENBN personnel deploy in support of field exercises or MAGTF deployments, they require certain non-professional items to support their dental health care delivery mission. These items are listed in the table of equipment (T/E) and include what? Includes such items as tents, desk sets, chairs, cots, flooring, air conditioning units, tent liner, etc.
Planning of dental facilities will be coordinated between? HS and Installation and Logistics (I&L)
The recommendation for waiver is applicable to a candidate for? Appointment, enlistment, or reenlistment in any status.
A conditional waiver is considered only when an individual is already a member of? Naval Reserve or Marine Corps Reserve, except Fleet Reserve or Fleet Marine Corps Reserve has been examined incident to assignment to extended active duty (other than training duty) and does not meet established physical standards.
when a waiver of any disqualifying defect is warranted, a recommendation to that effect may be submitted on what form? DD 2808
The Operational Dental Readiness (ODR) goal for active and reserve personnel is what percent. The ODR goal for active and reserve personnel is 95 percent.
All personnel screened for overseas duty locations and found to be in Dental Class 3 or 4 shall be? Retained until treatment placing them in at least Dental Class 2 is completed.
Personnel will not deploy in Dental Class? Dental Class 3 or 4
The ODR Report is generated by? Dental Common Access System (DENCAS)
DENCAS is the NavyMedicine system used to track? Dental needs and readiness of active and reserve populations.
How often is the Operational Dental Readiness (ODR) downloaded and by whom from system? Mounthly from Dental Common Access System (DENCAS) by the supporting MTF.
The ODR Report provides? (a) Unit identification (b) Date of report (c) Servicing dental treatment facility and dental facility contact information (d) Number of subject unit’s personnel in each of the four dental classifications. (e)And the unit’s ODR and dental health for t
The dental health goal for active duty is what percent. 65 percent
The Navy Dental Corps was established 10 August 1956
The primary mission of the NavyDental Corp is. Ensure dental readiness while optimizing dental health.
The staff dental officer for Commander, Fleet Forces Command is designated as? Fleet Dental Officer
Dental officers must be qualified to perform what type of procedures during surge phases of combat or contingency situations so they may treat or assist in the treatment of casualties. Advanced life support (ALS) resuscitative.
Dental officers must maintain registration in? Basic life support (BLS)
All Dental Corps officers detaching to operational billets should complete advanced trauma training preferablywithin ___ of detachment. 6 months
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons must additionally complete what training before assignment to an operational billet? Advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) training
Dental officers must ensure compliance with what BUMEDINST series to identify and resolve issues to assure quality dental care? BUMEDINST 6010.13 series
The initial T/O for a force DENBN was approved by CMC on? 20 August 1979.
Implementation of the DENBN organization was on? 1 October 1979
Director of Dental Programs (DDP) also has the title? The Dental Officer, U.S. Marine Corps
DDP or “The Dental Officer, U.S. Marine Corps is the staff dental officer to? CMC
ForceDental Officer. The force dental officer will usually be a Navy Dental Corps officer with the grade of? captain
Force Dental Administrative Officer. The force dental administrative officer is a NavyMedical Service Corps officer with grade of? lieutenant commander
The force dental branch consists of? Force dental officer, the force dental administrative officer, and an enlisted administrative assistant.
The T/O for the DENBN portion of the organization is composed of? 74 dental officers, 2Medical Service Corps officers, 153 dental Corpsmen, and 9 enlisted Marines.
The NDC/ DENBN will usually be commanded by a Navy Dental Corps officer with the grade of? Captain
The senior dental officer embarked with personnel will: (a)Report to the dental officer of the ship (b)Be responsible for the dental health of the embarked personnel(c)Advise the Marine commander regarding embarked personnel (d)Establish a duty schedule for embarked dental personnel.(e)Advise theMarine comma
Dental field equipment and supplies consist of items needed by the DENBN to carry out its mission are supplied in? The authorized dental allowance lists (ADALs).
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