ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 42

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  • #66403
     axiss004 
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    Lesions occur in which following location, treatment GENERALLY is extraction?
    A. Fracture
    B. Furcation involved
    C. Apical involved
    D. Cervical 3rd
    E. none of the above
    b

    #66404
     axiss004 
    Participant

    Premature eruption can due to:
    A. Familial pattern
    B. Hyperparathyrodium
    C. Cretinism
    D. All of the above
    E. none of the above
    E

    #66405
     axiss004 
    Participant

    Following a simple extraction of tooth 4.7, hemostasis was achieved. Forty eight hours later, there is renewed bleeding from the extraction site. Firm pressure fails to achieve hemostasis. The most appropriate management is to
    A. give local anesthetic, pack and suture.
    B. apply firm pressure and ice for ten minutes.
    C. obtain an international normalized ratio (INR) and a complete blood count.
    D. give local anesthetic and electrocauterize the socket.
    c

    #66406
     axiss004 
    Participant

    potential problem of connecting natural teeth to implant
    1 failure of natural tooth
    2 cement failure of implant abutmnt
    3 screw loosening
    4 intrusion of natural tooth
    4

    #66407
     axiss004 
    Participant

    After the avulsion of a permanent maxillary central incisor, for the periodontal ligament to recover, the tooth must be replanted within
    a.60 minutes.
    b.45 minutes.
    c. 30 minutes.
    d. 15 minutes
    A

    #66408
     axiss004 
    Participant

    the cusp to be restored by amalgam should be reuced 2 mm follwing original contour or flatten surface
    T

    #66409
     axiss004 
    Participant

    In endodontics, which of the following is true regarding the crown-down technique?
    a.Facilitates access to the apical third.
    b.Cannot be done with manual instruments.
    c.Smaller to larger instruments are used.
    d.Results in a canal with increasing taper in the apical third
    A

    #66410
     axiss004 
    Participant

    Restriction of mandibular vertical only movement presents in
    1.septic arthritis
    2. Myofacial pain dysfunction
    3. Osteochondroma
    2

    #66411
     axiss004 
    Participant

    Duraflor®
    A. is only effective on dry, plaque-free teeth.
    B. can remineralize early root carious lesions.
    C. causes unsightly stain on exposed roots.
    D. should only be used on individuals in unfluoridated areas.
    B

    #66412
     axiss004 
    Participant

    Which of the following should be corrected though orthodontic intervention?
    A. Maxillary mesiolingual cusps that interdigital with the central fossa of the mandibular molars
    B. Maxillary mesiobuccal cusp tips that contact the mandibular mesiobuccal cusp tips
    C. Angle class 1 occlusion with 30% overbite and 2 mm over jet with mild maxillary spacing
    D. Angle class 2 molar relationship with 30% overbite, 2 mm over jet and good arch alignment.
    b

    #66413
     axiss004 
    Participant

    Pulpitis is terminate readily by
    A. Hyalinization
    B. Cyst formation
    C. Granulomatous change in pulp
    D. Pulp necrosis
    d

    #66414
     axiss004 
    Participant

    The most congenitally missing teeth are
    a.Third molars
    B.Maxillary laterals
    C.Mandibular premolars
    D.Maxillary mola
    A

    #66415
     axiss004 
    Participant

    For the definitive restorations biologic width are important for:
    a) margin placement
    b) proper gingival height
    c) correct emergence profile
    d) all of the above
    d

    #66416
     axiss004 
    Participant

    in restoration of proximal cavities with composite resin restoration, the type of wedges used is:
    a) wood wedge
    b) plastic wedge
    c) light reflected wedge
    d) all of the above
    D

    #66417
     axiss004 
    Participant

    Which of the following is an expansile lesion of the oral mucosa,
    A. Keratocyte
    B. Radicular cyst
    C. Cementoma
    B

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