ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 148

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     Editor 
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    Where do Maryland bridges lose retention oftenA. Resin-metal
    B. Resin enamel
    C. Resin layer
    b

    #96745
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    Which periodontal pockets are evident on periapical radiographs: A. Buccal pockets B. Lingual pockets C. Mesial pockets D. Distal pockets E. Sinuous
    c

    #96746
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    Most unlikely after delayed fixation of luxated tooth
    A internal resorption
    B spontaneous resolution
    C external resorption
    b

    #96747
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    Most unlikely after delayed fixation of avulsed tooth
    A internal resorption
    B spontaneous resolution
    C external resorption
    b

    #96748
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    On replantation of an avulsed tooth could see: A.Surface resorption

    B.Internal resorption.

    C.Inflammatory resorption.

    D.Replacement resorption.

    E. A, C and D.

    F.All of the above
    E

    #96749
     Editor 
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    What does not help in establishing the caries risk in
    children?
    A. History of caries.
    B. Lactobacillus count.
    C. Dietary habits.
    D. Brushing habits.
    E. Genetic predisposition.
    b

    #96750
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    The type of gold that used for dental bridges is,
    A. Hard 18%
    B. Type IV 75%
    b

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