Dentist study group 2019-7

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  • #96632
     Editor 
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    High caries risk patient comes with deep fissures on & incipient caries on with no Cavitations.
    What’s considered contraindication for treating the teeth mentioned?
    a. Fissure sealant
    b. PRR
    c. Amalgam ☆☆☆☆☆
    d. Composite

    #96633
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    Which elastomeric impression material has longest working and setting time?
    a. Polyether
    b. Polysulfide. ☆☆☆☆☆

    #96634
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    . Indication of pit and fissure sealant is
    a. Incipient caries (non cavitated)
    b. Deep pit an fissure
    c. Sticky pit and fissure
    d. high caries index
    e. But not old patient

    #96635
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    X ray for condylar medial displacement.
    a. PA
    b. Reverse town. ☆☆☆☆☆
    c. Anything regarding condyle and neck —-revers town

    #96636
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    The best method for tooth brush is bass method because:
    a. It enter to interproximal area
    b. Can be used by pt. with gingival recession and advice to all types of patients
    c. A and b correct
    d. A is correct b is wrong ☆☆☆☆☆

    #96637
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    . Modified stillman
    a. active side bristle
    b. Also used for gingival recession.

    #96638
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    Bass
    Is the best brushing method

    #96639
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    Charter
    patient with ortho appliance, brackets, and interdental spaces

    #96640
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    . Scrub
    Most easy and most common one.

    #96641
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    . In deep caries dentin is:
    a. Sclerotic ☆☆☆☆☆
    b. Discolored
    c. Reparative

    #96642
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    What is the intercanal medicament between visits?
    a. Sodium hypochlorite
    b. CaOH ☆☆☆☆☆
    c. Chlorohexidine

    #96643
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    . What is the universal precautions?
    all blood and patient fluid considered as infectious fluid

    #96644
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    Dentist want to insert crown in try in stage, there is a 0.3mm opening in the casted crown but he
    put it in patient mouth and everything is good he checked the occlusion and the peripheries all
    good and seat well, what the dentist do
    a. remake the crown ☆☆☆☆☆
    b. seal the crown with wax
    c. leave it as it is

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