Sunday, September 25, 2016
training : diabetes cme/ce online education : oral health : quiz
Diabetes and Oral Health Connection
Quiz for CE Credit
a) poorer glycemic control.
b) increased cardiovascular and kidney disease.
d) all of the above.
a) had only moderate periodontal disease.
b) were able to control periodontal disease by brushing alone.
c) were 15 times more likely to lose all their teeth.
a) pink firm gums that do not bleed upon brushing and absence of plaque buildup.
b) red puffy gums that bleed upon brushing and teeth with tarter build up.
c) loose teeth, bad breath and swollen gums.
d) red gums and plaque.
e) b, c & d
a) scheduled in dental for extraction of all remaining teeth.
b) evaluated and treatment planned for cleanings, extraction of hopeless teeth, hygiene instruction, possible antibiotics, and follow up recall.
c) told to start brushing and flossing more often and that should clear up the disease.
d) given 6 months to see if medication and diet modification will control their diabetes and their periodontal disease.
a) powered tooth brushes.
b) antiseptic rinses and agents.
e) small brushes that clean between the teeth.
f) all of the above.
back to top
Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention | Phone: 1-844-IHS-DDTP (1-844-447-3387) |
This website may require you to download plug-ins to view all content.
Accessibility · Disclaimer · FAQs · Website
of Information Act · HIPAA · No Fear · Contact
Indian Health Service (HQ) - 5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville, MD 20857 - Find a Mail Stop