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  1. Treatment for primary herpetic gingivostomatitis includes _______________.
  1. How do aphthous ulcers differ clinically from primary herpetic gingivostomatitis?
  1. The etiology of angular cheilitis is _______________.
  1. A child with cellulitis should be admitted to the hospital _______________.
  1. A 2 year old patient presents with a discolored maxillary primary right central incisor.  The parent gives a history of the child being hit in the mouth with a toy three weeks earlier.  The patient exhibits no pain or tooth mobility.  A radiograph shows no periapical pathology.  What is the course of treatment?
  1. A 7-year-old patient presents with chalky, white and gray patchy stains on her permanent central incisors and first permanent molars.  The most likely etiology for the stains is _______________.
  1. A nine year old patient presents with enamel hypoplasia on the incisal third of the maxillary central incisors and the mandibular central and lateral incisors.  The mother gives a history of the child having a high fever at _______________.
  1. A five-year-old patient presents for a clinical examination.  The clinician finds that the maxillary primary left central incisor appears larger than the right central incisor.  The maxillary arch contains only nine teeth.  The situation was caused by _______________.
  1. A paramolar is a supernumerary tooth found _______________.
  1. What is NOT appropriate treatment for a tooth exhibiting dens evaginatus?
  1. Which statement is FALSE about teething?
  1. Which statement is true about early childhood caries?
  1. Children should be weaned off a bottle _______________.
  1. Thumb and finger habits should be discouraged _______________.
  1. Which is an appropriate appliance for eliminating a digital habit?
  1. Which statement is true about pacifier use?
  1. A natal tooth _______________.
  1. An over-retained mandibular primary incisor _______________.
  1. An over-retained maxillary primary incisor _______________.
  1. The treatment for an eight year old child in the mixed dentition with a 1.5 mm diastema between the permanent maxillary incisors is to _______________.
  1. The most common permanent tooth to ectopically erupt is the _______________.
  1. If a primary tooth is congenitally missing, _______________.
  1. When a primary anterior tooth is prematurely lost, _______________.
  1. The space maintainer of choice for an extracted first primary molar is a _______________.
  1. Placement of a Lingual Arch appliance is contraindicated _______________.