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If a child has the 7s / all permanent teeth, how old are they?

12

2

How much fluoride for normal caries risk, under 3 years old?

Smear of 1,000ppmF

3

What teeth should a 10 year old have?

All 6s, 1s, 2s
Lower 3s
All 4s and 5s

4

If a child has just upper laterals, how old are they?

8

5

What teeth should a 11 year old have?

1 to 6

6

How much fluoride for high caries risk, under 3 years old?

smear sized amount
1,000ppmF

7

What is Standard Caries Prevention?

1. Toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste advice
2. Dietary advice
3. Topical fluoride
4. Fissure sealants

8

Eruption order for Primary Teeth?

A B D C E
Lowers before uppers except for the lateral incisor

9

What teeth should a 8 year old have?

All 6s, 1s and 2s

10

If a child has lower laterals, how old are they?

7

11

How much fluoride for normal caries risk, over 3 years old?

3-6 is pea sized amount 1,000ppmF
over 6 is 1,450ppmF

12

All permanent teeth should have erupted by what age?

12

13

If a child has just lower canines, how old are they?

9

14

What teeth should a 12 year old have?

All permanent teeth should be erupted apart from the 8s

15

If a child has just lower centrals, how old are they?

6

16

If a child upper canines have just erupted, how old are they?

11

17

How much fluoride for high caries risk, over 3 years old?

If under 10 years old, it should be 1,500ppmF
If over 10 years old, it should be 2,800ppmF

18

What is Enhanced Caries Prevention?

1. Give hands-on brushing instruction
2. Use plaque disclosing tablets

19

If a child‘s pre-molars are all in, how old are they?

10

20

What teeth should a 6 year old have?

All 6s and lower 1s

21

What teeth should a 7 year old have?

All 6s, 1s and lower 2s

22

What teeth should a 9 year old have?

All 6s, 1s, 2s and Lower 3s