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1). Extraoral & intraoral Photgraphy (expanded function):-redying your camera-redying your patient-Taking photographs2.Soft Tissue Examination (expanded function)-patient preparation-extraoral features-cervical lymph nodes-temporomandibular joint-indications of oral habits-interior of lips-oral mucosa & tongue-floor of mouth2). Escort the patient to the clinical area for examination process-Follow routine protocol for procedure-Sit patient, draped with patient "napkin" & positon for dentist to begin examination3). -Class I: Decay diagnosed in pits & fissures of occlusal surfaces of molars and premolars-Class II: On proximal (mesial & distal) surfaces of premolars & molars.-Class III: Proximal surfaces of incisors & canines-Class IV: Proximal surfaces of incisors & canines-Class V: Gingival third of facial or lingual surface of tooth.-Class VI: Incisal edges of anterior teeth & cusp tips of posterior teeth.

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