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1

What does DMFT stand for?
Reversible or Irreversible?

-Decayed, Missing, Filled, Teeth
-Irreversible

2

What does DMFS stand for?
Reversible or Irreversible?

-Decayed, Missing, Filled, Surfaces
-Irreversible

3

What does deft stand for?
Reversible or Irreversible?

-decayed, need for extraction, filled, teeth
-Irreversible

4

What does dtf stand for?
Reversible or Irreversible?

-decayed, filled, teeth
-Irreversible

5

What does dfs stand for?
Reversible or Irreversible?

decayed, filled, surfaces
-Irreversible

6

What does RCI stand for?
Reversible or Irreversible?

-Root, Caries, Index
-Irreversible

7

What does CAMBRA stand for?

-Caries management by risk assessment

8

What are the common Gingivitis Indices?

-GI and SBI

9

What does GI stand for?
Reversible or Irreversible?

-Gingival Index
-Reversible
-Based on severity versus extent of inflammation

10

What does SBI stand for?
Reversible or Irreversible?
What is it used for?
Used for short or long term trials?

-Sulcular Bleeding Index
-Reversible
-Detects early signs of gingivitis
-useful for short-term trials

11

What are some of the Periodontal Indices?

PDI, PI, PSR, CPITN

12

What does PDI stand for?
Reversible, Irreversible or both?
Who developed it?

-Periodontal Disease Index
-Both - because it measures both gingivitis and periodontitis separately.
- Ramfjord

13

What does PI stand for?
Reversible or Irreversible?

-Periodontal Index
-Irreversible
-Questionnaire for vitality (no clinical attachment loss included)

14

What does PSR Stand for?
What is this useful for?

-Periodontal Screening and Recording
-Preliminary screening and used for large populations

15

What does CPITN stand for?
What government developed it?
What does it determine?

-Community Periodontal Index of Treatment Needs
-International Government - WHO
-It determines the periodontal NEEDS versus periodontal STATUS

16

What does OHI-S stand for?
Reversible or Irreversible?
What does it measure?
Better for group or individual assessments?

-Simplified Oral Hygiene Index
-Reversible
-Measures oral hygiene status by sub and supra plaque and calculus
-Better for Groups

17

What does PlI stand for?
Reversible or Irreversible?
Used inconjunction with what other index?
Where does it score plaque at?

-Plaque Index
-Reversible
-Gingival Index
-The thickness at the gingival margin

18

What does PHP stand for?
Reversible or Irreversible?
What does it assess?

-Patient Hygiene Performance
-Reversible
- It assess the patients skill on plaque after toothbrushing

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What does VMI stand for?
Reversible or Irreversible?
What is it used to test for?
What does it measure after prophylaxis?

-Volpe-Manhold Index
-Reversible
-Agents for plaque control and calculus inhibition
-It measures the supragingival calculus formation