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 1.
1. non-vital tooth
 
2. deep caries on an asymptomatic vital tooth
 
3. traumatic exposure of a vitla tooth with wide open apex
 
4. deep caries on an symptomatic non-vital tooth
 
 
 
 2.
1. Over-extended lingual flange
 
2. sharp and irregular lingual borders
 
3. allergy to residual monomer of acrylic
 
4. excessive vertical dimension
 
 
 
 3.
1. blood vessel bone
 
2. debrided cells
 
3. dentin
 
4. from the calcium hydroxide
 
 
 
 4.
1. loss of proximal contacts
 
2. absence of teeth
 
3. cleft palate
 
4. endocrine disorder
 
 
 
 5.
1. compression of the mental foramen
 
2. high occlusal plane
 
3. increased facial height
 
4. increased vertical dimension
 
 
 
 6.
1. attached gingiva
 
2. free gingiva
 
3. interdental papilla
 
4. gingival sulcus
 
 
 
 7.
1. hard palate
 
2. buccal mucosa
 
3. lateral border of tongue
 
4. soft palate
 
 
 
 8.
1. craniofacial dysostosis
 
2. down's syndrome
 
3. treacher collin syndrome
 
4. osteopetrosis
 
 
 
 9.
1. Submandibular gland
 
2. Spasmodic masseter muscle
 
3. TMJ
 
4. Deep and superficial cervical lymp nodes
 
 
 
 10.
1. Maxillary central incisor
 
2. Maxillary lateral incisor
 
3. Mandibular second premolar
 
4. Mandibular central incisor
 
 
 
 11.
1. Moisture free environment
 
2. Application of pressure
 
3. Acid etching
 
4. Continued packing
 
 
 
 12.
1. Periodontitis
 
2. Juvenile periodontitis
 
3. Desquamative gingivitis
 
4. Necrotising ulcerative gingivitis
 
 
 
 13.
1. Rest position
 
2. Occluding position
 
3. Open from resting position
 
4. Between rest and occluding position
 
 
 
 14.
1. increased overjet
 
2. improper curve of spee
 
3. faulty occlusal plane
 
4. lack of protrusive balance
 
 
 
 15.
1. Better selection and placement of artificial teeth
 
2. less processing errors
 
3. good occlusal balance and in relations in the final denture
 
4. No post denture delivery equilibration required
 
 
 
 16.
1. inadequate depth at the isthumus
 
2. inadequate width at the isthumus
 
3. inadequate resistance form
 
4. unsupported enamel rods
 
 
 
 17.
1. dilation of the duct
 
2. excision of the opening of duct
 
3. removal of the gland
 
4. incision of the duct and removal of calculus
 
 
 
 18.
1. oral cancer
 
2. fungal infection
 
3. leukoplakia
 
4. buurning sensation of tongue
 
 
 
 19.
1. low cholesterol
 
2. low plasma albumin
 
3. high blood glucose
 
4. high blood urea
 
 
 
 20.
1. follicular reticulosis
 
2. inflamatory disease
 
3. chronic granulomatous disease
 
4. a malignant neoplasm
 
 
 
 21.
1. causes less depression of CNS
 
2. causes less cardiovascular collapse
 
3. causes lesser incidence of allergic reactions
 
4. is 50 times more potent than procaine
 
 
 
 22.
1. parathyroid
 
2. insulin
 
3. thyroid
 
4. testosterone
 
 
 
 23.
1. significance
 
2. means
 
3. ratio
 
4. normalcy
 
 
 
 24.
1. oral hygiene
 
2. gingival health
 
3. plaque
 
4. calculus
 
 
 
 25.
1. central caseation
 
2. hyaline degeneration
 
3. giant cell in the centre
 
4. presence of epitheloid cells
 
 
 
 26.
1. early mesial shift
 
2. late mesial shift to establish a class I molar relationship
 
3. to accommodate the large sixe for canine and premolars
 
4. to compensate for premature loss of 2nd deciduous molar
 
 
 
 27.
1. Low frequency and high amplitude make the patient comfortable
 
2. High frequency and low amplitude do not let thee patient perceive pain
 
3. less trauma
 
4. none of the above
 
 
 
 28.
1. Impression wax
 
2. Alginate
 
3. Impression plaster
 
4. Impression paste
 
 
 
 29.
1. thick labial flange
 
2. over-extended borders
 
3. thick disto buccal flange
 
4. poor peripheral seal
 
 
 
 30.
1. shrinkage of alloy on cooling
 
2. investment breakdown
 
3. incomplete wax elimination
 
4. incomplete gas elimination
 
 
 
 31.
1. Primary dentition
 
2. mixed dentition
 
3. permanent dentition
 
4. adulthood
 
 
 
 32.
1. Stability
 
2. Functionally moulded perphery
 
3. Harmonius occlusion
 
4. Posterior palatal seal
 
 
 
 33.
1. Follow directions of enamel rods
 
2. Convergence toward occlusal surface
 
3. Diverge toward occlusal surface
 
4. Parallel to each other
 
 
 
 34.
1. The time period before all permanent teeth have erupted and primary teeth have been lost
 
2. After all permanent teeth have erupted
 
3. Phase of eruption of primary teeth
 
4. None of the above
 
 
 
 35.
1. Canine protection
 
2. Bilaterally balanced occlusion in a complete denture service and a bilaterally free in partial denture service
 
3. Unilaterally balanced occlusion in complete denture service
 
4. Group protection
 
 
 
 36.
1. maxillary and mandibular processes
 
2. maxillary process wth lateral nasal process
 
3. maxillary process with nasal process
 
4. medial nasal process with the lateral nasal proccess
 
 
 
 37.
1. Chamfer
 
2. Shoulder
 
3. Shoulder with bevel
 
4. Feather edge
 
 
 
 38.
1. Forebrain
 
2. Rahtke's pouch
 
3. Neural crest cells
 
4. Odontoblasts
 
 
 
 39.
1. irreversible inhibition of cyclooxygenase pathway
 
2. prolonged bleeding time
 
3. inhibition of thromboxane TXA2
 
4. inhibition of prostaglandin PGL2
 
 
 
 40.
1. Blood culture
 
2. Widal test
 
3. Tool culture
 
4. Urine culture
 
 
 
 41.
1. Located adjacent to the edentulous area
 
2. Located far anterior to the edentulous area
 
3. Helps in the stability of the denture
 
4. Provides a different path of insertion and removal
 
 
 
 42.
1. as far anteriorly from the fulcrum line
 
2. as close to the fulcrum line
 
3. at the canine region
 
4. at the mesial marginal ridge of the premolars in a class I case
 
 
 
 43.
1. Levan
 
2. Dextran
 
3. Amylopectin
 
4. Hyaluronic acid
 
 
 
 44.
1. they are expensive
 
2. increase the vertical dimension
 
3. they are difficult to design and fabricate
 
4. harmful effect on the abutment
 
 
 
 45.
1. genioglossus
 
2. mylohyoid
 
3. sternohyoid
 
4. digastric
 
 
 
 46.
1. temporalis
 
2. masseter
 
3. lateral pterygoid
 
4. medial pterygoid
 
 
 
 47.
1. freeway space
 
2. vertical dimension of occclusion
 
3. vertical dimension of rest
 
4. centric realtion
 
 
 
 48.
1. continue to polumerise
 
2. become elastic
 
3. show inhibition and syneresis
 
4. show gelation
 
 
 
 49.
1. roxatidine
 
2. pirenzipine
 
3. betaxolol
 
4. misoprostol
 
 
 
 50.
1. crico-arytenoid
 
2. crico-thyroid
 
3. thyro-arytenoid
 
4. thyrohyoid
 
 
 
 51.
1. superior meatus
 
2. middle meatus
 
3. inferior meatus
 
4. sheno-ethmoidal recess
 
 
 
 52.
1. vital tooth with proximal caries
 
2. badly damaged non-vital endodontically treated tooth
 
3. badly damaged vital tooth
 
4. tooth with fractured incisal third
 
 
 
 53.
1. unilateral expansion of the maxilla
 
2. bilateral expansion of the maxilla
 
3. bilateral contraction of the maxilla with deviation of mandible
 
4. none of the above
 
 
 
 54.
1. Occlusal plane,mandibular plane
 
2. FHP,mandibular plane and incisal plane
 
3. Occlusal plane,FHP,mandibular plane
 
4. FHP,incisal plane,occlusal plane
 
 
 
 55.
1. benign lesions
 
2. malignant lesions
 
3. chronic inflamatory
 
4. non-neoplastic reactive lesions
 
 
 
 56.
1. Amalgum
 
2. Silicate
 
3. Composite resin
 
4. Cavity varnish
 
 
 
 57.
1. insulate against thermal stimuli
 
2. help in the seating of the restoration
 
3. protection against acidic insult
 
4. help in the setting of restoration
 
 
 
 58.
1. Silicone
 
2. agar-agar
 
3. impression paste
 
4. impresssion plaster
 
 
 
 59.
1. anterior cerebral
 
2. middle cerebral
 
3. posterior-inferior cerebellar
 
4. posterior communicating
 
 
 
 60.
1. erythema
 
2. chronic dermatitis
 
3. hyperoigmentation of skin
 
4. none of the above
 
 
 
 61.
1. activated macrophages
 
2. histiocytes
 
3. plasma cells
 
4. erythrocytes
 
 
 
 62.
1. Myasthenia gravis
 
2. Bell's palsy
 
3. TMJ dysfunction syndrome
 
4. Multiple sclerosis
 
 
 
 63.
1. unaffected odontoblast from the pulp
 
2. undifferentiated cells
 
3. histiocytes
 
4. osteoblasts
 
 
 
 64.
1. cyclic neutropenia
 
2. gigivitis periodontitis
 
3. juvenile periodontitis
 
4. necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis
 
 
 
 65.
1. mandibular third molar
 
2. maxillary sinus
 
3. Lefort I
 
4. labial frenum
 
 
 
 66.
1. Arsenic posioning
 
2. Lead poisioning
 
3. Peutz jeghers syndrome
 
4. Plummer vinson syndrome
 
 
 
 67.
1. dentritic cells of the lymph node
 
2. circulating T4 lymphocytes
 
3. B lymphocytes
 
4. epithelial cells of the sex organs
 
 
 
 68.
1. Thyroid
 
2. Larynx
 
3. Oesophagus
 
4. Pharynx
 
 
 
 69.
1. motot nuclei
 
2. nucleus ambiguous
 
3. nucleus of tractus solitarius
 
4. lacrimatory nucleus
 
 
 
 70.
1. a periapicaln film will be all that is required
 
2. a bite-wing film will be of little or no use
 
3. a lateral view will be all that is required
 
4. an anteroposterior view is all that is required
 
 
 
 71.
1. growth of the alveolus
 
2. growth at sutures
 
3. growth of the cranial base
 
4. growth of the synchondrosis
 
 
 
 72.
1. notched incisors
 
2. peg lateral
 
3. pigmented teeth
 
4. none of the above
 
 
 
 73.
1. calcification period of deciduous teeth is short
 
2. placenta acts as a barrier
 
3. fluoride is taken up by the fast growing skeletal tissue and the deciduous teeth are spared
 
4. placenta acts as partial barrier to the transfer of fluoride ions
 
 
 
 74.
1. gingival bleeding at the time of recording
 
2. cumulative gingival health after 1 week
 
3. cumulative gingival health after 15 days of performance
 
4. gingival health of a child
 
 
 
 75.
1. cold milk
 
2. normal saline
 
3. wrapped in a handkerchief
 
4. buccal vestibule
 
 
 
 76.
1. discarded
 
2. the socket curretted and tooth bud replanted
 
3. pulpectomy of the tooth bud and placed in to the socket
 
4. place deep into the socket from where it was removed
 
 
 
 77.
1. junctional epithelium in attached to calcified tooth structure
 
2. calcified tissue helps in the colonisation of bacteria
 
3. rapid turnover of junctional epithelial cells
 
4. none of the above
 
 
 
 78.
1. mesio-occlusal rest
 
2. disto-occlusal rest
 
3. mesial or distal rest depending on the situation
 
4. choice of the dentist
 
 
 
 79.
1. quadratus labii superioris
 
2. zygomaticus major
 
3. triangularis
 
4. levtor anguli oris
 
 
 
 80.
1. iron deficiency anemia
 
2. Vit, B12 deficiency
 
3. Thiamine deficiency
 
4. syphillis
 
 
 
 81.
1. Osteoradionecrosis
 
2. Fibrous dysplasia
 
3. Osteosarcoma
 
4. Squamous cell carcinoma of lip
 
 
 
 82.
1. iritis
 
2. cataract
 
3. conjuctivitis
 
4. retinal damage
 
 
 
 83.
1. Chrome-cobalt alloy
 
2. aluminium-bromide alloy
 
3. type II gold alloy
 
4.
 
 
 
 84.
1. Faciolingual position of teeth
 
2. Mesiodistal position of teeth
 
3. Both of the above
 
4. none of the above
 
 
 
 85.
1. child behaviour
 
2. parental behaviour
 
3. social status of parent
 
4. none of the above
 
 
 
 86.
1. CL I malocclusion
 
2. CL I crossbite
 
3. CL II malocclusion
 
4. CL III malocclusion
 
 
 
 87.
1. double beveled
 
2. right angled
 
3. rounded
 
4. shenpend
 
 
 
 88.
1. Gustation
 
2. Olfaction
 
3. Salivary flow
 
4. none
 
 
 
 89.
1. irritation fibroma
 
2. pyogenic granuloma
 
3. giant cell granuloma
 
4. none
 
 
 
 90.
1. a transplat immunity
 
2. an anaphylactic shock
 
3. arthrus reaction
 
4. none
 
 
 
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