AF IMT Form 1466D Dental Health Summary

AF IMT form 1466D or the "Dental Health Summary" is a form issued by the U.S. Air Force IMT (Information Management Tool).

The form was last revised in February 28, 2002 and is available for digital filing. Download an up-to-date AF IMT Form 1466D in PDF-format down below or look it up on the U.S. Air Force IMT (Information Management Tool) Forms website.

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(To be completed by dental provider)
DENTAL HEALTH SUMMARY
(This Form is subject to the Privacy Act of 1974
USE BLANKET PAS
DD FORM 2005))
An assessment by a dentist is needed to determine your dental health as part of the family member relocation
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE:
clearance for travel.
If you are enrolled in the TRICARE Dental Plan, your civilian dentist completes this form.
If you are not enrolled in the TRICARE Dental Plan, your military dental treatment facility completes this form.
1a. PATIENT NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial)
b. SPONSOR SSN
c. FAMILY MEMBER PREFIX
2. DENTAL EXAMINATION RESULTS
Dear Doctor,
The individual you are examining is a family member of an active duty member of the United States Armed Forces. This family member
needs your assessment of his/her dental health for a pending duty assignment. Please mark (X) the block that best describes the condition of the
family member, using as a suggested minimum a clinical examination with mirror and probe, and bitewing radiographs. This form is meant to
determine the oral fitness for prolonged assignment without ready access to dental care of the family member, it is not intended to address the
member s comprehensive dental needs.
(1)
Patient has good oral health and is not expected to require dental treatment or reevaluation for 12 months.
(2)
Patient has some oral conditions, but you do not expect these conditions to result in dental emergencies within 12 months if not
treated (i.e. requires prophylaxis, asymptomatic caries with minimal extension into dentin, edentulous areas not requiring immediate
prosthetic treatment).
(3)
Patient has oral conditions that you do expect to result in dental emergencies within 12 months if not treated. Examples of such
conditions are:
(X the applicable block or specify in the space provided)
(a)
Infections: Acute oral infections, pulpal or periapical pathology, chronic oral infections, or other pathologic lesions and
lesions requiring biopsy or awaiting biopsy report.
(b)
Caries/Restorations: Dental caries or fractures with moderate or advanced extension into dentin; baby bottle tooth
decay/early childhood caries; defective restorations or temporary restorations that patients cannot maintain for 12 months.
(c)
Missing Teeth: Edentulous areas requiring immediate prosthodontic treatment for adequate mastication, communications, or
acceptable esthetics.
(d)
Periodontal Conditions: Acute gingivitis or pericoronitis, active moderate to advanced periodontitis, periodontal abscess,
progressive mucogingival conditions, moderate to heavy subgingival calculus, or periodontal manifestations of systemic
disease or hormonal disturbances.
(e)
Oral Surgery: Unerupted, partially erupted, or malposed teeth with historical, clinical, or radiographic signs or symptoms of
pathosis that are recommended for removal.
(f)
Other: Temporamandibular disorders or myofascial pain dysfunction requiring active treatment.
(4)
Patient is undergoing active orthodontics treatment
3.
If you selected Block (3) or (4) above, please circle the condition(s) you identified in this patient if they appear above, or briefly describe the
condition(s) and recommended treatment (s) below:
If yes, date x-ray was taken (YYYYMMDD)
4.
Were x-rays consulted?
YES
NO
5a. DENTAL PROVIDER NAME
b. SIGNATURE
c. DATE (YYYYMMDD)
AF IMT 1466D, 20020228, V2
(To be completed by dental provider)
DENTAL HEALTH SUMMARY
(This Form is subject to the Privacy Act of 1974
USE BLANKET PAS
DD FORM 2005))
An assessment by a dentist is needed to determine your dental health as part of the family member relocation
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE:
clearance for travel.
If you are enrolled in the TRICARE Dental Plan, your civilian dentist completes this form.
If you are not enrolled in the TRICARE Dental Plan, your military dental treatment facility completes this form.
1a. PATIENT NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial)
b. SPONSOR SSN
c. FAMILY MEMBER PREFIX
2. DENTAL EXAMINATION RESULTS
Dear Doctor,
The individual you are examining is a family member of an active duty member of the United States Armed Forces. This family member
needs your assessment of his/her dental health for a pending duty assignment. Please mark (X) the block that best describes the condition of the
family member, using as a suggested minimum a clinical examination with mirror and probe, and bitewing radiographs. This form is meant to
determine the oral fitness for prolonged assignment without ready access to dental care of the family member, it is not intended to address the
member s comprehensive dental needs.
(1)
Patient has good oral health and is not expected to require dental treatment or reevaluation for 12 months.
(2)
Patient has some oral conditions, but you do not expect these conditions to result in dental emergencies within 12 months if not
treated (i.e. requires prophylaxis, asymptomatic caries with minimal extension into dentin, edentulous areas not requiring immediate
prosthetic treatment).
(3)
Patient has oral conditions that you do expect to result in dental emergencies within 12 months if not treated. Examples of such
conditions are:
(X the applicable block or specify in the space provided)
(a)
Infections: Acute oral infections, pulpal or periapical pathology, chronic oral infections, or other pathologic lesions and
lesions requiring biopsy or awaiting biopsy report.
(b)
Caries/Restorations: Dental caries or fractures with moderate or advanced extension into dentin; baby bottle tooth
decay/early childhood caries; defective restorations or temporary restorations that patients cannot maintain for 12 months.
(c)
Missing Teeth: Edentulous areas requiring immediate prosthodontic treatment for adequate mastication, communications, or
acceptable esthetics.
(d)
Periodontal Conditions: Acute gingivitis or pericoronitis, active moderate to advanced periodontitis, periodontal abscess,
progressive mucogingival conditions, moderate to heavy subgingival calculus, or periodontal manifestations of systemic
disease or hormonal disturbances.
(e)
Oral Surgery: Unerupted, partially erupted, or malposed teeth with historical, clinical, or radiographic signs or symptoms of
pathosis that are recommended for removal.
(f)
Other: Temporamandibular disorders or myofascial pain dysfunction requiring active treatment.
(4)
Patient is undergoing active orthodontics treatment
3.
If you selected Block (3) or (4) above, please circle the condition(s) you identified in this patient if they appear above, or briefly describe the
condition(s) and recommended treatment (s) below:
If yes, date x-ray was taken (YYYYMMDD)
4.
Were x-rays consulted?
YES
NO
5a. DENTAL PROVIDER NAME
b. SIGNATURE
c. DATE (YYYYMMDD)
AF IMT 1466D, 20020228, V2

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