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Anomalies of the Pediatric Oral Cavity (preview)

- Recognize the most common newborn dental anomalies and advise the parents accordingly
- Discuss the systemic conditions that are associated with the delayed eruption of teeth.
- Discuss the systemic conditions that are associated the premature loss of primary teeth.
- Diagnose and treat the most common intraoral soft tissue lesions seen in young children.
- Recognize the most common causes of cervical lymphadenopathies in children.
- Discuss the causes of intrinsic and extrinsic tooth stains.


JEFFREY C. MABRY, D.D.S., M.S., obtain his dental degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry in 1980. Dr. (Col Mabry) retired from the USAF in October, 2006. During his last USAF tour, he served as the Chairman, Pediatric Dentistry, 59th Dental Squadron, 59th Aeromedical Dental Group, Lackland AFB, TX. He was also serving as the Chief Military Consultant to the USAF Surgeon General for Pediatric Dentistry.

Col Mabry transferred to the USAF from the US Public Health Service (USPHS) in September, 1989. He served three tours with the Indian Health Service Branch of the USPHS: Mescalero Indian Hospital, NM; Anadarko Indian Health Clinic, OK; and Claremore Indian Hospital, OK.

Dr. Mabry currently serves as an Associate Professor at the UTHSCSA Department of Developmental Dentistry. He is the Director of the Dental Center For Children at Christus Santa Rosa Children's Hospital. He currently serves as President of the College of Diplomates for the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry (2009-2010). He also serves as a Board Examiner (Oral section; 2006-present) and is on the Oral Board Committee for the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry (2009-present).

Last reviewed on: 09/01/2014 | Expire date: 08/31/2019