6150/21-30 underneath the record identifier for Personnel Reliability Program (if applicable). The last three forms are the Dental Exam Form (EZ603), Dental Continuation Form (EZ603A), and the Report of Medical Examination (SF 88).
Please be aware that some of the dental forms used to record dental treatment will be changing in the future. The Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) is now using the BUMED Approved EZ603 (trial), EZ603A, Current Status Form and Forensic Examination Form to record dental examinations and treatment. These four forms replace the old Standard Form 603 and 603A (dental continuation). An example of the old SF603 is shown in figures 2-4 and 2-5. As with any Navy form or instruction that becomes obsolete, always use the current one available.
This form (fig. 2-6) replaces box 4 on the old SF 603. It is intended that this form be completed only once (usually at accession) during the member's military career. If a replacement record is made, a new forensic exam will be completed. Next we will discuss how to complete the forensic exam form.
Figure 2-4. - Sample of old SF 603, front side.Continue Reading