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    Outstanding or Incomplete

    Hi

    When referring to dental treatment that has not been completed, should it be referred to as 'outstanding dental treatment' or 'incomplete dental treatment'. I've always gone along the lines of using outstanding when referring to a balance being outstanding.

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    Re: Outstanding or Incomplete

    I think it is referred to as "follow-up treatment".
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: Outstanding or Incomplete

    I would tend to call it "ongoing".

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