Figure 2-23. - Dental Treatment Form (EZ603A).
piecing together a treatment history of a particular tooth.
A medical alert, if present, is written in red ink at the top of the EZ603A. All entries, except for the medical alert, are made per MANMED chapter 6, Section 13 through 15, in black ink. Complete the patient identification box as indicated at the bottom portion of the EZ603A.
Frequently, you will have patients needing a dental examination in conjunction with a medical physical. The SF 88 (rev. 10-94) (figs. 2-24 (front) and 2-25 (back)) is used to record the findings of a dental examination. Please note that this form replaces the old SF 88 (rev. 10-75). Only boxes 18 (old box 44), 43 (old box 74), and 50 (old box 81) will require dental entries. Although this form is self-explanatory and quite simple to complete, it is important that the entries you make are neat and accurate in every detail. Next, boxes 18, 43, and 50 of the SF 88 are discussed.
Chart the conditions noted by the dentist. The charting symbols are printed on the upper portion ofContinue Reading