TYPE: House Call to Hospital
SPECIAL NEED: bedbound
MEDICAL HISTORY: Multiple Sclerosis
CHIEF COMPLAINT: Broken tooth on the lower left side
MAINTENANCE CARE: RDHAP (mobile hygientist)
BACKGROUND: Ophelia was referred by her social worker with multiple carious lesions and a painful tooth on the lower left side. She lived in the city with her brother, and a full time caregiver. We visited Ophelia at her home and decided that, due to her advanced multiple sclerosis, she would best be treated in the hospital.
Generalized horizontal bone loss
Periapical pathology #2, 3, 18, 19, 31
Caries #3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 18, 19, 20
Prosthetics: Cheryl Elacio, D.D.S., Erica Haskett, D.D.S.
Endodontics: Joseph Grenn, D.M.D.
Oral Surgery: Len Tolstenov, D.D.S., M.D.
Primary Care Physician: Jeffrey Bean, M.D.
Extractions #5, 6, 18, 31
Composites #8, 9, 10, 11, 20
Crowns #3, 15, 19
FPD #4-7 (bridge)
Root Canal Therapy #19
TREATMENT DETAILS: The crowns were cemented at her home, bedside. The treatment reflects two separate hospital visits to Kaiser San Francisco due to discomfort several years after the initial visit. The patient had a root canal on tooth #19 at that time.