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NAVEDTRA 14295B Ch15

HM Chapter 15: Dental Examinations

QuestionAnswer
What is NAVMED 6150/21-30? HREC, DREC, OREC jacket
What is preprinted on the inside back cover of the NAVMED 6150/21-30? The Forensic Exam
What is NAVMED 6600/3? Dental Health Questionnaire
The annual dental exam is normally what type? Type 2, Oral examination
What is the most extensive dental exam? Type 1, Comprehensive Examination
What dental exam consists of a mouth mirror and explorer or tongue depressor with illumination? Type 4, Screening Evaluation
What is used to document dental examination for overseas/suitability screening? NAVMED 1300/1
What dental class is for patients who do not require dental treatment or re-evaluation within 12 months? Class 1
What dental class is for patients who have oral conditions that if left untreated will not result in dental emergencies within 12 months? Class 2
What dental class if for patients who require a dental exam? Class 4
What dental class is used for patients who have oral conditions that will result in dental emergency within 12 months? Class 3
When a patient is missing a tooth, you draw what on the root or roots of the tooth not visible in the mouth? a large X
How do you document a partially erupted tooth? Draw an arcing line through the long axis of the tooth
How do you document supernumerary or extra teeth? Insert an S in the proper location on the tooth number line
Where do you document the SOAP on a dental EZ603? On the front page
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