Dental

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kyaub
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Dental
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2013-03-09 20:18:03
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  1. What does it mean?
    1) O
    2) B
    3) F
    4) M
    5) D
    6) I
    7) L
    8) P
    • 1) O = Occlusal                O = Middle 
    • 2) B = Buccal                   B =  Facial 
    • 3) F = Facial                       
    • 4) M = Mesial 
    • 5) D = Dista 
    • 6) I = Incisal                   I = Front Top
    • 7) L = Lingual                  L = Inner Side
    • 8) P = Palatal
  2. What does 2330 mean?
    2330 = 1 surface anterior CP1 (6-11 & 27-22)
  3. What does 2331 mean?
    2331 = 2 surfaces anterior CP2
  4. What does 2332 mean?
    2332 = 3 surfaces anterior CP3
  5. What does 2335 mean?
    2332 = 4(+) surfaces anterior CP4
  6. What does 2391 mean?
    2391 = 1 surface posterior  CP1P 
  7. What does 2392 mean?
    2392 = 2 surface posterior  CP2P 
  8. What does 2393 mean?
    2393 = 3 surface posterior  CP3P 
  9. What does 2394 mean?
    2394 = 4(+) surface posterior  CP4P 
  10. What does 3310 mean?
    3310 = anterior (front 6) RCT1
  11. What does 3320 mean?
    3320 = premolar (bicuspid) RCT2
  12. What does 3330 mean?
    3330 = Molar (back) RCT3
  13. What does FRCT mean?
    FRCT = Finish root canal
  14. What does 120 mean?
    120 = periodic exam (existing patient) PEX
  15. What does 140 mean?
    140 = complete exam (new patient) IEX
  16. What does 150 mean?
    150 = limited exam (emergency) LEX
  17. What does 180 mean?
    180 = complete periodic exam (emergency)                                                 LEX

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