The American Dental Association Universal Numbering System is a tooth notation system primarily used in the United States. Teeth are numbered from the viewpoint of the dental practitioner looking into the open mouth, clockwise starting from the distalmost right maxillary teeth.
There are two things that dentists use numbers for: tooth numbering (i.e. which tooth they’re referring to) and periodontal (gum) charting. We’ve got a separate page on BPE scores (gum scores) and what they mean.
The World Health Organization and the Fédération Dentaire Internationale officially uses the two-digit numbering system of the FDI system. However, in 1996, the ADA adopted the ISO System as an alternative to the Universal System.
Lecture notes: Principles of Genetics. Publisher: Tarek Kapiel, MSA. Kapiel, T. (2006). Lecture notes:Principles of Genetics (SGS 124). Educational Book for Theoretical Course for Dentistry Students, Faculty of Dentistry, MSA University.
Since AARP sources its AARP dental insurance plans from Delta Dental, the dental insurance it offers to its members is basically a Delta Dental PPO plan. Under this plan, members can choose their own preferred dental care provider and even switch dentists without need for notification.
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