As a result of experiences in World War II, problems in performing dental care in a
theater of operations can be identified as:
a. Efficient employment of dental personnel.
b. Availability of dental care to all troops.
Keeping soldiers on the fighting line.
d. All of the above.
The Chief, Army Dental Corps is also:
a. The Chief, Preventive Dentistry.
b. The Department of Defense Dental Surgeon.
Assistant Surgeon General for Dental Services.
A program of preventive dentistry was instituted in the Army in order to:
a. Move dental support forward to the combat troops.
b. Decrease the personnel losses that reduce a combat or support unit's
Decrease the number of persons needing dental care in the United States.
d. Decrease the number of dental rejects for Army service.
Area dental support cellular teams in a theater of operations are characterized by
their mobility and the fact that they primarily provide:
a. Emergency dental treatment.
b. Interceptive dental treatment.
Priority dental treatment.
d. Routine dental treatment.