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NAVEDTRA 14295 Ch24

HM Ch 24: Emergency Treatment of Oral Diseases and Injuries

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Alveolar bone visible in the socket is a sign of what dental condition? Postextraction Alveolar Osteitis
_______ is an inflammation of the gingiva around a partially erupted tooth. Pericoronitis
If a patient complains of 'deep and gnawing pain' in the affected area of the mouth, what dental condition do they have? Periodontitis
Pericoronitis most often affects which molars? Mandibular Third Molars
_______ involves progressive loss of the alveolar bone around the teeth. Periodontitis
Pus oozing from the gingiva is a sign of which dental condition? Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis (NUG)
A patient with the symptom of increased pain when lying down is experiencing which dental condition? Acute Pulpitis
Necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis (NUG) is also called? Trenchmouth
What is another name for Aphthous Stomatitis? Canker Sore
How many types of tooth fractures are possible? Four
When placing a temporary crown on a type II fracture, what do you fill the crown form with? A thin mix of Calcium Hydroxide
A Gumboil is a sign of which dental condition? Periapical Abscess
Postextraction hemorrhage may occur any time from a _____ hours to _____ days after the extraction of a tooth. Few hours to several days
A chalky white spot on the enamel is a sign of? Dental Caries (also known as tooth decay or cavities)
_______ is a dental condition commonly referred to as a dry socket. Postextraction Alveolar Osteitis
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