rik 111

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Could any body help me to clarify perio patient requirement for wreb.
8 surfaces of calculus, 6 surfaces on post and 2 on anterior.If my patient has calculus on 2 post teeth (MDL and MDL surfaces) and (MD surfaces) on anterior . Total of 3 teeth selected in one quad ( 8 teeth), With 5 mm pocket depths.

Is this patient be acceptable for wreb boards.
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rik 111 said:
Could any body help me to clarify perio patient requirement for wreb.
8 surfaces of calculus, 6 surfaces on post and 2 on anterior.If my patient has calculus on 2 post teeth (MDL and MDL surfaces) and (MD surfaces) on anterior . Total of 3 teeth selected in one quad ( 8 teeth), With 5 mm pocket depths.

Is this patient be acceptable for wreb boards.
Thanks
so far yes, but read all the rules at wreb.org
 

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texas_dds said:
so far yes, but read all the rules at wreb.org

ditto.

you need to know the manual fronts...backswards...and in mandarin also.
 

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From what I understood after reading the manual there should be a minimum 0f 6 teeth in the quadrant: 2 posterior. and these should have 6 surfaces of calculus.
I was wondering if my patient has all 8 teeth erupted in his quadrant would I have to treat all of them?




rik 111 said:
Could any body help me to clarify perio patient requirement for wreb.
8 surfaces of calculus, 6 surfaces on post and 2 on anterior.If my patient has calculus on 2 post teeth (MDL and MDL surfaces) and (MD surfaces) on anterior . Total of 3 teeth selected in one quad ( 8 teeth), With 5 mm pocket depths.

Is this patient be acceptable for wreb boards.
Thanks
 

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groovy said:
From what I understood after reading the manual there should be a minimum 0f 6 teeth in the quadrant: 2 posterior. and these should have 6 surfaces of calculus.
I was wondering if my patient has all 8 teeth erupted in his quadrant would I have to treat all of them?
Yes, and if you submit 2 quads in order to make sure you have enough calculus, you have to do both quads.