intraoral examination


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intraoral examination

in·tra·o·ral ex·am·i·na·tion

(intră-ōrăl eg-zami-nāshŭn)
Overall evaluation of the oral cavity to assess the status of the oral tissues and structures.
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Clinical findings were recorded using 6 data collection forms--3 for visual and tactile intraoral examination and 3 for the VELscope[R] Vx examination.
Intraoral examination revealed a healthy oral cavity, with good plaque control.
During the intraoral examination, the values for DMFT (decayed-missing-filled permanent teeth), DMFS (decayed-missing-filled permanent teeth surface), dft (decayed-filled primary teeth), dfs (decayed-filled primary teeth surface) were recorded.
Intraoral examination revealed poor oral hygiene with palpation of tender and elongated styloid process in bilateral tonsillar fossa.
On intraoral examination multiple carious lesions were found in the oral cavity involving all first and second deciduous molars, maxillary canines, central and lateral incisors (Figure 3).
Intraoral examination revealed that the maxillary surgical site had healed satisfactorily.
Intraoral examination revealed a 2cm soft and non-tender left floor of mouth submucosal swelling, in the region of the sublingual gland.
Intraoral examination was performed by an oral medicine specialist that revealed an exophytic nodular lesion with approximate size of 1.
Intraoral examination revealed orthodontic molar tubes and brackets in maxillary teeth.
After evaluation of panoramic radiograph and intraoral examination the following treatment plan was made; extractions of the primary teeth with poor prognosis by using topical local anesthesia for 4 minutes, followed by infiltration local anesthesia that should be injected deeply and slowly to avoid tissue damage and blistering.

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