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Self-Assessment Questions - Chapter 3

3 months.

3. Which of the following children should be prioritized for referral to a dentist?

Children who breastfeed throughout the night.
Children of mothers with a history of multiple caries.
All of the above.

4. Which of the following tools are important when performing an oral health examination?
Tongue depressor.
Good source of light.
Disposable mirror.
All of the above.

5. At what age does the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends referring a child at increased risk for dental caries to the dentist? By 1 year of age.
When the child is developmentally ready.
By 3 years of age.
When abnormalities are noted on a physician's examination.
When the child or parent complains of dental problems.

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