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1- what is the cavo-surface angle of prep for

amalgam resto...
a-30 degree
b- 60 degree
** c- 90 degree***
d- 130 degree
2- when you do amalgam fnishing.....
a- immediately
**b- 24 hours later***
3- when polishing amalgam rest .....
1- avoid heat generation by using wet
polishing paste
2- wait or 24 hours
3- all o the bove **
4- the roo o mandibular ossa consist o!
*** a-thin compact bone
b-spongy bone
c-cancellous bone
"#- what is the copper ratio that eliminates
gamma phase 2!
a- 2$ copper
b- 4$ copper
c- 10 $ copper
***d- 13 $ copper***
"6- pit and %ssure sealants are indicated to
prevent dental caries in pits and %ssure!
a- in primary teeth
b- in permanent teeth
***c- a & b
"-' what is the best instrument used or
removing () *(++,-./0 enamel at the
gingival wall o class 11!
a- chisel
b- hatchet
***c- gingival marginal trimmer
"2- teeth that have lost pits and %ssure
sealant show3
a- the same susceptibility to caries as teeth
that have not been sealed
b- higher susceptibility than non sealed teeth
***c- lower susceptibility than non sealed
d- the same susceptibility as teeth with ull
retained sealant
"9- the periodontal tissue compromise which
o the ollowing tissue!
a- gingiva and +04
b- gingiva and +04 & alveolar bone
***c- gingiva and +04 & alveolar bone &
d- gingiva and +04 & alveolar bone &
cementum & enamel
"- which o the ollowing may cause gingival
***a- phenyntoin 5dilantin6
b- cyclosporine
c- niedipine 5 a calcium channel bloc7er6
d- aspirin
e- none o the above
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"- 11 the unction o the periodontal ligament
a- mechanical unction
b- ormative unction
c- nutritive unction
d- sensory unction
***e- all o the above
"- 12 pt on treatment with steroids are placed on
antibiotic ater oral surgical procedure because
****a- the pt is more susceptible to inection
b- antibiotics are synergistic to steroids
c- antibiotic inhibits 7er7sheimer reaction
d-antibiotic protect the pt rom steroid depletion
"- 13 periodontally involved root surace must be
root planed to
a- remove the attached plahue and calculus
b- remove the necrotic cementum
c- change the root surace to become
d- all o the above
e- a & b only
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"- 14 early shuamous cell carcinoma o oral cavity
present as!
a- vesicle
b- sessile mass
c- a red plahue
***d- an ulcer
e- a white cauliwower li7e lesion
"-1# which o the ollowing lesions has more
tendency to show well de%ned multilocular
a- lateral periodontal cyst
b- shuamous cell carcinoma o xaw bones
c- primordial cyst
***d- ameloblastoma
e- osteomylitis o the mandible
"- 16 %rm> %yed nec7 nodes are most to be
detected in association with!
a- an ameloblastoma
b- a basal cell carcinoma
c- an odontogenic %broma
***d- a shuamous cell carcinoma
"- 1' zn7ylosis!
a- no +04
b- caused by trauma
c- eytracted surgically
***d- all o the above
"- 12 the ollowing medical conditions may
precipitate a syncope!
2- mild hyperglycemia
3- anti hypertensive drugs with ganglionic bloc7ing
4- anti depressant therapy
a- 1 only is correct
b- 1& 2 are correct
c- 2>3 &4 are correct
***d-1>2>3 &4 are correct
"- 19 one o the main eatures o acute herpetic
gingivostomatitis is the ulcers are con%ned to the
attached gingival and hard palate!
a- true
***b- alse
20 - {ompomer restorative materials are!
a. |lass ionomer with polymer components
***b. -esin systems with wuoride containing
c. {omposite resin or cervical restorations only
21 -. z glossy %nish is best retained on a!
***a. }icro %lled composite resin restoration.
b. }acro%lled resin restoration.
c. ~ybrid composite resin restoration.
d. iber re -inorced composite resin restoration
22 . z class 1 composite resin restoration should
be %nished with a!
a. )o. 330 .ungsten carbide bur.
b. }ounted stone.
***c. 12- wuted carbide bur.
d. {oarse diamond point 5stone6.
23 .he unctions o cement bases are!
1-.o act ali7e a barrier against acids or thermal
2-.he minimal thic7ness> which is rehuired> is 0.#
mm o base.
a. 1 and 2.
b. )one o the above.
***c. 1 only.
d. 2 only.
24 . 1t has been proven that amalgam restoration
has the ollowing characteristics!
1- }icro lea7age decrease with aging o the
amalgam restoration.
2- it is the least technihues sensitive o all current
direct restorations.
3-~igh dimensional changes.
a. 1>2 and 3.
b. 1 and 3.
***c. 1 and 2.
d. 2 only.
2#. *ilicate cement!
1-irst tooth colored restoration.
2-1t can be used as permanent %lling.
3-1t contains 1# $ wuoride.
a. 1> 2 and 3.
b. 1 and 2.
***c. 1 and 3.
d. 1 only
26. . .he eects o natural wuoride versus added
wuoride in reducing dental caries as it relates to
the concentration are !
a. |reater
b. 4ess
***c. .he same
"-2' radiographic diagnosis o bilateral eypansile
radio opahue areas in the canine-premolar region
o the mandible is!
b- remaining roots
***c- tours mandibularis
d- internal oplihue ridge
"22 - dental carries is an endemic disease means
that the disease is!
a- occurs clearly in eycess o normal eypectancy
****b- is habitually present in human population
c- aect large number o countries simultaneously
d- eyhibit a seasonal pattern
"-29 in countries with higher annual population
growth rates> the need or community based
preventive programs would be greater or!
***a- dental caries
b-periodontal disease
c- dentoacial anomalies
d- dental wooies.
30 .he unctions o cement bases are!
1-.o act ali7e a barrier against acids or thermal
2-.he minimal thic7ness> which is rehuired> is 0.#
mm o base.
a. 1 and 2.
b. )one o the above.
***c. 1 only.
d. 2 only
"-31 the y- ray o choice to detect the proyimal
caries o the anterior teeth is!
***a- periapical y-ray
b- bitewing y-ray
c- occlusal y-ray
d- non o the above
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"-32 in terms o caries prevention> the most
eective and most cost eective method is!
***a- community based programs
b- private based programs
c- individually based programs
"- 33 radiographic eyamination in impacted teeth
is useul to demonstrate!
a- proyimity o the roots to the adxacent anatomical
b- associated pathology
***d- all o the above
"-34 the post operative complication ater the
removal o impacted third molar is!
a- secondary hemorrhage
b- swelling
c- pain
d- alveolar osteitis
***e- all o the above
"-3# acute periapical abcess associated with
***a- swelling
b- widening o +04
c- pus discharge
"-36 epidemiology can be de%ned as !
a- a study o special areas o the s7in
***b- the study o the distribution and determinant
o disease in man
c- study o biological animals
d- study o disease in research laboratory
"- 3' dental caries !
a- is a transmissible disease
b- is world wide in distribution
c- can be prevented
***d- all o the above
e- non o the above
"-32 the most accurate impression material or
ma7ing impression o an oral cavity is!
a- impression compound
b- condensation type silicon
***c- polyvinyl siloyanes
d- poly sul%de
39- zt which location in enamel is the density o
enamel crystals is lowest!
a- +rismless enamel
***b- 0/
c-{enter o enamel +risms
d-/dge o enamel +risms
e-acial enamel
- 40.he unction o cement bases are!
1-act a li7e a barrier against acids or thermal
2- .he minimal thic7ness> which is rehuired is .0#
mm o base
b-none o the above
***c-1 only
d-2 only
-41 z glossy %nish is best retained on a!
***a- }icro %lled composite resin restoration.
b- }acro %lled composite resin restoration.
c-~ybrid composite resin restoration.
d- iber re-inorced composite resin restoration
42 in chronic suppurative periodontitis!
a - pt. complain rom moderate pain
***b- %stula with drain
c- pulp polyp in open coronal carious lesion
43 blood supply o the palate is rom!
a- greater palatine artery
b-lesser palatine artery
c- acial artery
d- long sphenopalatine artery
e- anatomising braches rom all o the above
eycept c
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the s7ull through!
a- oramen rotundum
***b- oramen ovale
c-superior orbital %ssure
d-inerior orbital %ssure
e- xuglar oramen
"- 4# in terms o caries prevention> the most
eective and most cost eective method is!
***a- community based programs
b- private based programs
c- individually based programs
"-46 radiographic eyamination in impacted teeth
is useul to demonstrate!
a- proyimity o the roots to the adxacent anatomical
b- associated pathology
***d- all o the above
"- 4' the post operative complication ater the
removal o impacted third molar is!
a- secondary hemorrhage
b- swelling
c- pain
d- alveolar osteitis
***e- all o the above
" 42- acute periapical abcess associated with
***a- swelling
b- widening o +04
c- pus discharge
"-49 epidemiology can be de%ned as !
a- a study o special areas o the s7in
***b- the study o the distribution and determinant
o disease in man
c- study o biological animals
d- study o disease in research laboratory
"#0 - dental caries !
a- is a transmissible disease
b- is world wide in distribution
c- can be prevented
***d- all o the above
e- non o the above
"- #1 the most accurate impression material or
ma7ing impression o an oral cavity is!
a- impression compound
b- condensation type silicon
***c- polyvinyl siloyanes
d- poly sul%de
"- #2 ormicrisol when used should be !
a- ull *aturated
b- hal saturated
***c- %th saturated
d- non o the above
"- #3 the +~ o the calcium hydroyide is!
a- '.2
***b- 12
c- 19
"- #4 the irrigation solution is good because!
a- lubricate the canals
b- wushes the debris
c- non o the above
***d- all o the above
"- ## an 12 years old pt present complaining o
pain> bad breath and bleeding gingival. .his began
over the wee7end while studying or the %nal
eyam.the pt may have which o the ollowing
***a- acute necrotiing ulcerative gingivitis
b- rapidly progressive periodontitis
c- deshuamative gingivitis
d- acute periodontal cyst
"- #6 best way to select retainer or rubber dam
a- contact all surace o the tooth
***b- our points o contact two buccally and two
lingually without roc7ing
c- contact above the height o contour
" #' - permeability o dentine!
**a- bacterial products go through it
**b- decrease by ormation o smear layer
**c- bacteria can go in
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"- #9 how can you prevent dental hyper
***a- restoration by adhesion
b- controlled by alcohol
c- put sedative medication
"- 60 overhanging restoration margins should be
removed because!
a- it provides ideal location or plahue
b- it tears the gingival %bers leading to attachment
c- stimulate inwammatory reaction directly
d- its removal permits more eective plahue
e- a & d
***e- a & d
"- 61 which o the ollowing may be used to
disinect gutta percha points
a- boiling
b- autoclave
***c- chemical solutions
d- dry heat steriliation
"- 62 the radiographic criteria used or evaluating
the successes o endodontic therapy
***a- reduction o the sie o the periapical lesion
b- no response to percussion and palpation test
c- eytension o the sealer cement through lateral
"- 63 the accesses opening or amayillary
premolar is most rehuently
***a- oval
b- shuare
c- triangular
d- non o the above
"-64 mandibular oramen in children
a- above the occlusal plane
***b- below the occlusal plane
c- at the level
"-6# a (- shaped radiopahue structure in the
upper 1st molar y-ray is
***a- the ygomatic process
b- mayillary sinus wall
"-66 loss o sensation in the anterior 23 o the
tongue is related to paralysis o
***a- lingual nerve
b- hypoglossal nerve
c- chorda tympani nerve
"- 6' long bone ormed by endochondrial
ossi%cation while wat bone by membranous
calci%cation and many bones by booth
***a- true
"- 62 the choice o local anesthesia depend on !
a- diameter o the nerve
b- structure o the bone
c- number o branches
***d- type o 4.z agent chemistry
"- 69 when you give inerior dental bloc7 or pedo
pt the angulations or the needle
a- ' mm below the occlusal plane
b- # mm below the occlusal plane
c- ' mm above the occlusal plane
***d- at the occlusal plane
"- '0 main use o dental %oss
a- remove calculus
b- remove over hang
***c- remove bacterial plahue
***d- remove ood debris
" '1 .he ollowing are types o hamartoma
eycept! -
b-{ompound odontoma
c-{ompley odontoma
" '2 }ost common enign .umer in oral cavity
is! -
a-ibroma5zmdob4ashic pibroma6
" '2 1n hairy tongue> which taste buds increase
in 4ength!
***a-i4i orm
b-ungi orm
" '9 hich most common salivary gland
a-+leomorphic adenoma
" 20 -anula is associated with which salivary
a-submandiu4ar gland
***b-sublingual gland
" 21 -anula {an be treated by! -
22 - hich o the ollowing spaces are bilaterally
involved in 4udwigs angina
a-*ubmandibu4ar and masticatory spaces
-" -23 )eoplasm that spread by 4ymphatic rom
the angle o the mouth reach the!
a-+reauricu4ar 4ymph nodes
***b-mental 4ymph nodes
***c-submandibu4ar 4ymph nodes
d-+terygoid pleyus
e-xugu4o-digastric node
" 24 1n radiographs> which disease cause
multiple radiolucencies
c--ic7et disease
" 2# zplastic anemia is caused by!46-
" 26- .he movement o water across a selectively
permeable membrane is called!
b-zctive transport
"2'- {ell that can give more than one type!
a- ibroblast
b- ,dontoblast
***c- }esenchymal cell
" 22 - high rate o ractures at canine area in the
mandible due to!
a- cahnge direction o orces accuring here
***b- long canine root
c- lower boreder is thin in this area
d- alveolus is thin in this area
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" 29 - what is the amount in mg in 1.2 ml o
a- 20 mgml
b- 1.2 mgml
***c- 3.6 mg
" 90 -non odontogenic 4esion similar to /ndo
4esion! -
***b-initial stage o comental dysplasia
c-ossiying ibroma
d-0entigeaus cyst
-4ateral periodontal cyst
x-myyoma & ~emangieoma
" 91 -hich virus is present in the patients mouth
all his 4ie -
a-~erpes *impley
b-~erpes oster
c-varecilla irus
****d-)one o the above
" 92- .he scienti%c evidence in dictating that oral
4ichen p4anus is a premalignant 4esion is!
a-ery strong
c-}oderately strong
" 93 - 1nection is more dangerous in children than
adult because
***a-marrow spaces are wide
b-zect growth centre
c-~ypo calci%cation in enamel
" 94 - years old child present with bilateral
swelling o submandibular area> what could be the
a-ibrous dysphasia
c-polymorphic adenoma
" 9# - zchi4d came to the clinic with continuous
involuntary movement o his head and eytremities
and diculty in vocal communication
the condition is described as!
***b-{erebral palsy
" 96 ,dontogenic inection can cause 4east
complication! -
a-+ulmonary abscess
c-+rosthetic valve inection
***d-cavernous sinus thrombosis
" 9' - .he {ommon disease aecting the
submandibu4ar salivary gland is!
***a-salivary calculi
b-pleomorphic adenomas
c-iral sialoadenitis
d-1nected sialoadenitis
" 92 -.he most rehuent cause o ailure o a cast
crown restoration is!
a- ailure to eytend the crown preparation
adehuately into the gingival sulcus
b- lac7 o attention in carving occlusal anatomy o
the tooth
***c- lac7 o attention to tooth shape> position> and
d- lac7 o prominent cusps> deep sulcus> and
marginal ridges.
" 99 - +olyether impression materials!
a- are less stable dimensionally than poly sul%de
b- are less sti than poly sul%de rubber
****c- can absorb water and swell i stored in water
" 100 an anterior %yed partial denture is
contraindicated when!
a- abutment teeth are not carious
b- an abutment tooth is inclined 1# degrees but
otherwise sound
***c- there is considerable resorption o the
residual ridges
d- crown o the abutment teeth are eytremely long
owing to gingival recession
" 101 - the most accurate impression material or
ma7ing the impression o an onlay cavity!
a- impression compound
b- condensation type silicone
***c- polyvinyl siloyane
d- polysul%de
" 102 - or the ceramometal restorations>the type
o %nish line is!
***a- chamer
b- beveled shoulder
" 103 adxustment o contact point !
a- pincile
***b- shim stoc7
c- siloicon spray indicator
d- dental woss
e- non o the above
" 104 bene%ts o opahue porcelain layer!
a- bonding the metal structure
b- initiating the color
***c- a & b
" 10# orthognathic ridge relationship 5class 116
present several problems which should be ta7en
into consideration when constructing a complete
denture prosthesis. .hese include all /{/+.!
***a- rehuire minimum interocclusal distance
b- have a great range o xaw movement
c- rehuire careul occlusion> usually cuspless teeth
are indicated
" 106 planning centric occlusion or complete
denture> it is advisable to have!
***a- 1-2 mm o vertical and horiontal overlap o
upper and lower anterior teeth with no contact
b- de%nite tooth contact o upper and lower
anterior teeth in order to acilitate the use o
anterior teeth or incision
" 10' the distal palatal termination o the
mayillary complete denture base is dictated by the!
a- tuberosity
b- ovea palatine
c- mayillary tori
***d- vibrating line
e- posterior palatal seal
" 102 -an eyamination o the edentulous mouth o
an aged pt who has worm mayillary complete
dentures or many years against siy mandibular
teeth would probably show!
a- cystic degeneration o the oramina o the
anterior palatine nerve
***b- loss o osseous structure in the anterior
mayillary arch
c- wabby ridge tissue in the posterior mayillary arch
d- insucient inter occlusal distance
" 109 - the posterior seal in the upper complete
denture serves the ollowing unctions!
a- it reduces pt discomort when contact occurs
between the dorsum o the tongue and the
posterior end o the denture base
b- retention o the mayillary denture
c- it compensate or dimensional changes which
occur in the acrylic denture base during processing
***d- 3..& b are correct
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" 110 - balanced occlusion reers to!
a- the type o occlusion which allows simultaneous
contact o the teeth in centric occlusion only
***b- the type o occlusion which allows
simultaneous contact o the teeth in centric and
eccentric xaw positions
c- a type o occlusion which is similar to the
occlusion o the natural teeth
" 111 -the indication or the use lingual plate
maxor connector include!
a- or the purpose o retention
b- when the lingual renum is high or when there is
a shallow lingual sulcus
c- to prevent the movement o mandibular anterior
***d- all o the above
" 112 in registering the vertical dimension o
occlusion or the edentulous pt> the physiological
rest position!
a- is ehual to the vertical dimension o occlusion
b- may be eyceeded i the appearance o the pt is
c- is o a little importance as it is subxected to
***d- must always be greater than vertical
dimension o occlusion
" 113 - three wee7s ater delivery o a unilateral
distal eytension mandibular removable partial
denture> a pt complained o a sensitive abutment
tooth> clinical eyamination reveals sensitivity to
percussion o the tooth> the most li7ely cause is!
***a-deective occlusion
b- eyposed dentine at the bottom o the occlusal
rest seats
c- galvanic action between the ramewor7 and an
amalgam restoration restoration in the abutment
" 114 -to enhance strength properties o ceramo
metal restoration> it is important to!
a- avoid sharp or acute angles in the metal
b- build up thic7 layer o porcelain
c- porcelain should be o uniorm thic7ness and any
deect o the preparation should be compensated
by the metal substructure
d- compensate any deect in the preparation
ehually by porcelain and metal substructure
e- 1 & 2 are correct
***- 1 & 3 are correct
g- 2 and 4 are correct
" 11# - the %nish line o the core should be!
a- at the %nish line o the %nal restoration
***b- at contra bevel
c- at gingival level
d- tapered with prepared tooth shape
" 116 - nausea is a complaint that a new denture
wearer might encounter. 1t may result rom!
a- thic7 posterior border
b- denture under eytended
c- denture slightly over eytended
***d- a & b are correct
" 11' - to a great eytent> the orces occurring
through a removable partial denture can be widely
distributed and minimied by the ollowing
***a- proper location o the occlusal rests
b- selection o lingual bar maxor connector
c- developing balanced occlusion
d- all o the above
" 112 - wich cranial nerve that petrous part o
temporal bone houses!
a-trigeminal n.
***b-acial n.
c-vagus n.
d-vestibalcochealer n.
" 119 - ligaments associated with .}!
***d-all o the above
" 120 -/ruption cyst eruption hematoma can be
treated by! -
***a-)o treatment
b-1mmediate incision
c-{omplete uncoverage
d-,bserve or one wee7 then incise
" 121 - {holesterol crystals are ound in!12-
***b-+eriodontal cyst
" 122 - }ost commonly dentigerous cysts are
associated with!1#-
a-(nerupted permanent mayillary canines
***b-(nerupted mandibular third molars
" 123- ~istopathologically > dentigerous cyst 4ining
epithelium may be!
a-{uboida4 in type
***b-*trati%ed shuamous in type
c--educed enamel epithelium
d-z44 o the above
" 124 .hyrog4ossa4 duct cysts! -
a-zre only ound in the posterior tongue
b-{linically present in the 4ateral nec7 tissue
***c-}ay be ound anywhere along the pathway o
the embryonic thyrog4ossa4 duct
d-zre sometimes called 4ympho-epithelial cysts
" 12# - hich o the ollowing is a benign epithelial
d-|ranular {ell tumor
" 126 - (nilateral swelling slowly progressing
4esion on the 4et side o the mandible. .his could
***c-,ssiying ibroma
" 12' - }ost common site o oral shuamous cell
carcinoma -
***a-+ostero-4atera4 border o tongue
b-loor o the mouth
c-uccal mucosa
" 122 - zpical periodontal cyst arise rom! -
a-~ertwig sheath
***b-/pithelial cell rest o malasse
" 129 -hich is the most 4i7ely cause o
periodontal cyst a-{ell -est o }alasse
b-{ell rest o serss
***c-{ell o ~ertwig sheet
" 130 - .he process o attraction o )eutrophi4s to
a site o 4ocal tissue inxury is called!
" 140 - zction o ~istamine!6-
" 141 -ormation o latral periodontal cyst due to
a-)asolacrimal cyst
b-~ertwigs epithelial root sheath
c-/pithelial rest o ma4assa
****d-.he epithelial rests or glands o *erres
" 142 - the ollowing structures open into the
middel meatus!
a-nasolacrimal duct
b-posteror ethmoidal sinus
c-mayillary sinus
d-sphenoid sinus
e-anterior ethmoidal sinus
1- a>b &d
2- a & b
***3- c & e
4- all o the above
" 143 - mastoid process is part o!
***a-temporal bone
b-parital bone
c-occiptal bone
d-rontal bone
" 144 -.he term acanthosis reers to! -
a-z decreased production o 7eratin
b-zn increased production o 7eratin
***c-zn increased thic7ness o the pric7le cell one
5stratum spinosum6
d-)one o the above
" 14# - .he most common benign tumor in oral
cavity is! -
" 146 -.he most common malignant tumors o the
minor salivary glands are!
a-zdenoid cystic carcinoma and adenocarcinoma
b-zdenoid cystic carcinoma and acinic cell
***c-}ucoepidermoid carcinoma and adenoid
cystic carcinoma
d-}ucoepidermoid carcinoma and polymorphous
4ow grade adenocarcinoma
" 14'- .he moat common type o malignant bone
tumor o the xaws is!
" 142- .he maxority o intra-oral shuamous cell
carcinomas are histologically!
a-+oorly dierentiated
***b-ell moderately dierentiated
c-*pindle cell in type
d-{arcinoma in situ
" 149 - ~istopathologically > early verrucous
carcinomas! - ***a-~ave characteristic microscopic
b-can be conused with acute hypertrophic
c-{an be conused with 4ichen p4anus
d-{an be conused with chronic hypertrophic
" 1#0 - ~istopathologically adenoid cystic
carcinoma in characteried by islands o!
a-asophilic islands o tumorcells that are
intermingled with areas o pseudocarti4age
b-asophilic islands o tumor cells having a *wiss
cheese appearance
***c-asophilic islands o tumor cells having a
*wiss cheese appearance and evidence o serous
d-asophilic islands o tumor cells that contain
mucin and normal acini
" 1#1 .he ris7 o malignant change being present
in epithelium is greatest in!
a-~omogenous 4eu7opla7ia
c-{hronic hyperplasic candidiasis
d-*pec7led 4eu7opla7ia
" 1#2 - +rimary malignant melanoma o the oral
mucosa! a-zlways originates within the surace
***b-}ostly originates within the surace
c-zlways originates rom nevus cells in the
connective tissue
d-zlways originates rom 4angerhans cells within
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the body secret antibody against antigen using
which cells
-. lymphocyte
- lymphocyte
in diabetic patient > periodontium aected by
which cells
- }acrophages
. when ta7e an y-ray to pregnant lady we use all o
this method eycept!
- digital y-ray
-high sensitive %lm
- 2 inch
-lead apron with thyroid collar
when ta7e y-ray we should stand !
- 6 eet away in 90-13# angle
best measurement o periodontitis by!
- poc7et depth
- bleeding
attachment level-
- proyimal caries should be opened when
- con%ned within enamel3.
-pass 0/ xunction
-dentin lateraly
- all o the above
-in a study >it should
- +rotect you against role o the statistician
- +rotect you against legal ris7s
protect against physical ris7s
2-ethics o the study include all o the ollowing
-privacy o all subxects
-inormed consent may be rehuired or not
-obxect i the subxect reuse to ta7e part o the
9-clinical research!
-no di bw blind & double blind
-i theres need o intervention
10-pit and %ssure sealant!
-new erupted teeth
-deep %ssure and pits in molars
proyimal caries
11. cause o angular chelitis!
-loss vertical dimension pt have complete denture
-autoimmune actors
12. ugly duc7ling stage!
-9-11 years old
-13-1# years old
13- component o |utta percha!
-#0$ |p & #0$
-20$ |p & '0$ ,/

14. all are irrigation or canals eycept!
--{ prep
1#. or post preparation we should leave 33mm o
16.enamel caries !
-outer one ree o3.
- outer one contain high pores
1'. most common bacteria causing caries!
- streptococcal mutans
12. proyimal caries con%ned to enamel!
- prevention
-restore with | 1
19- in community diagnosis and treatment
water wouridation-
- diagnose> prevent> treat
20- pass throw parotid gland!
-acial nerve
-acial arteries
-eyternal carotid viens
21. porcelain shrin7age ater %ring!
- 1-#$
22. the cement under },0 amalgam have this
-high modulus o elasticity5sti6
-low modulus o elasticity 5 stiness6
-the high modulus o elasticity prevent o bonding
and decrease tensile strength.
- both a &c
23. radiographic radioulucency in the interradicular
-invasion o urcation.
-periodontal abcess
-periodontal cyst
24. eyamination o pt health by the dentist!
to 7now the patients health to 7now what
medications to give-
- to 7now general health data
2#.2 statement true or alse!
-{. abutment o +0 have higher ris7 or
racture.abutment which have -{. in cantilever
+0 have higher susceptibility to racture-
1st is true>2nd is alse
1st is alse>2nd is true-
-both are alse
-both are true
26. both glass ionomer & polycarpoyylate cement
-polyacrylic acid
-,/ powder
2'.most rehuent cause o ainting in dental oce!
vaso-vagal shoc7
22-loss o consciousness most rehuent cause!
{,2 ...
29. most common cyst oral cavity!
peridontal cyst-
30.ostomilitis most in!
31. actors delay healing o wound!
torn wound edges-
- all o the above
32. actor interere with healing!
poor suturing -
33. dry soc7et happen ater!
-24 h
34.compared to herpetic ulcers...aphthous ulcers
-small sie
-in mucosa lining
leave scars..-
3#. avulsion more important actor that aect
reimplantation !
contaminated roots-
-time since the avulsion
36.nicotine stomatitis!
hyperplasia -
- ric7lli7e shape prominent 3base3
3'. dentinogenisis imperecta have all eycept!
-bro7en enamel
-blue sclera
-bro7en bone
-super numerary teeth
32.most sign o racture o mandible!
-nose bleeding
39.hairy tongue is elongation o!
-ungiorm papilla
40-hat supply the gingival buccal tissue o
premolars>canines and incisors!
-long buccal
inerior alveolar nerve
superior alveolar nerve-
41-drainage o tip o the tongue!
submandibular lymph nodes-
42.{ementum in cervical 23 have!
-acellular intrinsic %ber
-acellular eytrinsic %ber
cellular miyed %bers
intermediate cementum-
43.periodontal attachment contain o!
-epithilum> sulcus> connective tissue
44. pins are insert into!
4#. ater etch enamel and bond it with #th
generation the strength o!
46.4z in mg i epinephrine 1!100 000 in 2$
.01 mg-
-1.2 mg
4'. composite restoration that was matching in
shade >ater one wee7 it became much lighter..the
reason could be!
-333.light started photoinitation
-absorption water
shade selected ater rubber dam-
42. disadvantage o digital y-ray eycept!
-large dis7 space *torage
- clarity and resolution
49. treatment o ungal inections!
#0. properties o ideal endo obturation material are
all eycept!
#1.vibrating line !
-bw hard & sot palate
-bw mobile and non mobile sot tissue
#2. pt have hyperventilation in clinic most couse!
- reduced o {,2
-increase {,2
#3. all relate to retention o mayillary complete
denture eycept!
-tongue movement
-type o saliva
#4. most dicult o eytract!
mand. 3rd molar with mesioangular used roots-
-mand 3rd molar with distoangular angulation with
divergent curve roots
##.very important part in endo treatment!
-complete depridment o the canal
#6.perio endo lesion the primary treatment!
- endo treatment
-deep scaling and root planning
#'.provisional luting cement!
prevent restoration rom dislodgement-

#2. contra indication to eytraction!
-cardiac pt
-previous recent radio therapy
#9. base o the wap should be wide or!
-better blood supply to the wound
60.supra calculus all true eycept!
- easy to detach
- has component o saliva prevent perio problem },*. eective
method is!
community program-
-removal o plahue
-patient education
62. thic7ness o luting cement!
100 micrometer-
-40micro meter
63. ormacresol used in!
- ull concentration
- #th concentration
one %th concentration
64. inc phosphate cement!
-mechanical attachment
6#. traditional |lass ionomer!
- mechanical bonding
acid-base reaction
66.pontic design o an +0!
-*ame sie buccolingually o the missing tooth
-smaller than missing buccolingually
wider buccolingually
-non o the above
6'. }aryland bridge!
-use with young
to replace single missing tooth-
62. alse negative response o an electric pulp test
-ater trauma
periodontal disease-
- in teenager
69. young with open apey eyamination test!
-non reliable
)on o the above

'0.primary teeth had trauma> tooth change in color

become white yellowish >what should u tell the
-pulp is dead
-inwammation o pulp
-calci%cation o dentin
'1. best media or the avulsed tooth!
'2-in enamel caries passing hal o enamel!
-leave it

'3-biological depth!
crestal bone to gingival sulcus