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Is CP a medical or dental problem?
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Dr. Dennis Kelley
Dentistry
4 doctors agree
In brief: ?
If you mean cerebral palsy it is a medical problem.

In brief: ?
If you mean cerebral palsy it is a medical problem.
Dr. Dennis Kelley
Dr. Dennis Kelley
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Dr. JACEK ZIEMSKI
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Medical
I assume you mean cerebral palsy, so it is medical term.

In brief: Medical
I assume you mean cerebral palsy, so it is medical term.
Dr. JACEK ZIEMSKI
Dr. JACEK ZIEMSKI
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Dr. Paul Grin
Pain Management
In brief: Dental or Medical
If it's Chronic Pulpitis (CP) it is dental.
Pulpitis can affect baby teeth and permanent teeth alike. If it's the abbreviation for Cerebral Palsy; costophrenic, it is medical.

In brief: Dental or Medical
If it's Chronic Pulpitis (CP) it is dental.
Pulpitis can affect baby teeth and permanent teeth alike. If it's the abbreviation for Cerebral Palsy; costophrenic, it is medical.
Dr. Paul Grin
Dr. Paul Grin
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Dr. Robert Chin
Dentistry
In brief: Medical
If cerebral palsy is a what you mean by cp, it is a medical problem and not a dental problem.

In brief: Medical
If cerebral palsy is a what you mean by cp, it is a medical problem and not a dental problem.
Dr. Robert Chin
Dr. Robert Chin
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