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Self-Assessment Questions - Chapter 7

Increased likelihood of tooth-grinding.

3. Which of the following methods will help to prevent children with special needs from swallowing toothpaste?

Using a non-fluoridated toothpaste.
Using an electric or battery-powered toothpaste for children with limited dexterity.
All of the above.

4. True or False? For a child with special health care needs, early referral to a pediatric dentist will help to ensure the oral examination is complete.

5. Based on the AAP risk group designations, by what age should children wtih special health care needs be referred to a dentist? 6 months.
9 months.
12 months.
18 months.
24 months

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