Treatment of choice for inflammatory external root resorption on a non vital tooth:
B.surgical curettage of affected tissue
C.pulpectomy with Obturation with GP
D.removal of necrotic tissue and placement of calcium hydroxide
Which of the following considered a reversible carious lesion?
A) lesion surface is cavitated
B) lesion has advanced to the dentin radio graphically
C)a white spot is detected upon drying
D)the lesion surface is rough or chalky
To increse retention of GIC u should use:
i. 37% polyacrylic acid for 15 seconds.
ii. 35% polyacrylic acid for 10 seconds.
iii. 10% polyacrylic acid for 10 seconds.
iv. 10% polyacrylic acid for 15 seconds.
Patient reports with a 1-2 cm lesion on the tongue. The patient has a history of diabetes. The choice of biopsy is
1. Incisional biopsy
2. Punch biopsy
3. Excisional biopsy
4. Fine needle aspiration biopsy
A patient complains of sensitivity the day following placement of a conservative posterior composite resin restoration. The most probable cause
A. Acid etching.
C. Unpolymerized resin.
D. Prolonged application of the curing light.
E. Inadequate base thickness.
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