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Dental Trauma and Child Abuse

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2. Medical and social history indicators:

Low family income.
Unexplained or inconsistent injuries.
Delay in seeking care.
Specific accusation by a child.
Child with a chronic illness.
Premature child (7times more likely than a term-birth
child to be abused).
Child living in an extremely isolated area.
Child who is viewed as "different."
Child with special needs.
Child with very strict or overly critical parents.
Abused children 8 times more likely to have
untreated dental caries than other children.

 

 
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