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1. Indications for gingivectomy include all EXCEPT: a. Suprabony deep pockets b. Infrabony moderate pockets c. Pseudopockets d.

Suprabony pockets with adequate attached gingiva 2 Uncontrolled diabetics have a higher prevalence and severity of periodontal disease than nondiabetics with similar local irritation. Frequent periodontal abscesses are an important feature of periodontal disease in diabetics. a. Both statements are True b. First statement is True; second is False c. First statement is False; second is True d. Both statements are False 3. The purpose of root planing: a. Produce a smooth, glossy surface b. Remove lipopolysaccharides (endotoxin) adsorbed on cementum c. Both a and b 4. A recurrent, inflammatory destructive disease of the gingiva commonly seen in teenagers and young adults: a. puberty gingivitis b. localized juvenile periodontitis c. primary herpetic gingivostomatitis d. familial hyperplasia e. acute netrotizing ulcerative gingivitis 5. This antibiotic can attain levels in the gingival crevicular fluid that can be as high as 4 to 10 times the concentration observed in serum; has anticollagenase properties and is often used as an adjunct in periodontal therapy. a. Erythromycin b. Metronidazole c. Amoxicillin d. Tetracycline 6. Surgical treatment for class II furcations could involve all of the following EXCEPT: a. free gingival graft b. bone graft c. guided tissue regeneration d. apically positioned flap

7. Your patient has completed active periodontal therapy including surgery. In order to maintain gingival health after surgery, what best describes what you would tell the patient? a. Yearly prophylaxis cleanings will be necessary b. You are cured

Good home care and recall visits at least four times a year 8. Acute localized gingivitis 9. One wall infrabony defect b. Horizontal incision 11.calculus. Guided tissue regeneration b. Free gingival graft 10. What type of bony defect has loss of mesial. distal. Facial mucogingival defect d. Distal wedge surgery c. Adequate attached gingiva at the donor site 13. No surgery should be done.c. Return to your general dentist. and buccal walls? a. What surgery should be performed in the area where the distal of the last tooth in the arch has a residual deep bleeding pocket? a. unpredictable results . all of the above f. Recession present on three adjacent teeth c. antimicrobial agent c. inhibition of plaque. Good periodontal support at the recipient site b. Apically positioned flap b. Osseous surgery c. Three wall infrabony defect 14. antihalitosis agent b. ANUG d. Gingivectomy) d. The most prevalent gingival disease in children is: a. This incision is from the designated area on the gingiva and is directed apically to-the crest of bone: a. Localized juvenile periodontitis b. What periodontal surgical procedure is contraindicated in the presence of minimal keratinized attached gingiva? a. Indications for the lateral pedicle graft include all EXCEPT: a. External bevel incision b. Acute herpetic gingival stomatitis c. What is the function of chlorhexidine digluconate? a. Two wall crater c. B and C only 12. call if you have a problem d. and gingivitis development d. C only e. Internal bevel incision c.

15. Which of the following is the MOST likely to cause gingival recession? A. partial or split thickness flap 21. gingival col B. Which of the following is the MOST effective means of controlling postsurgical root sensitivity after a periodontal surgery? A. Increased inflammation and swollen. Smoking and its effects on the periodontium are all EXCEPT: a. Increased fibrotic tissue with masked inflammation d. the surface tension of plaque is low D. attached gingiva D. Calculus D. bacteria secrete a lipoprotein-cementing substance 19. Applications of calcium hydroxide D. levans are soluble and sticky B. Use of a desensitizing dentifrice 18. Increased frequency of ANUG in smokers 16. apically positioned flap E. Plaque B. dextrans are insoluble and sticky C. the dentist's best approach when elevating a flap is to use a (an) A. Crevicular epithelium is one example of non-keratinized gingival tissue. Occlusal trauma B. full thickness flap D. Necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis . Which of the following is the primary etiology of gingivitis during puberty and pregnancy? A. Increased risk for bone loss b. Improper deflecting contour E. Progesterone 20. double flap B. Systemic disease C. Estradiol C. Another example is the: A. bleeding gingiva c. Toothbrush abrasion D. Plaque control B. Applications of formalin C. outer gingival epithelium 17. Dental plaque is believed to adhere to teeth because A. stripping procedure C. marginal gingiva C. Estrogen E. To prevent exposure of a dehiscence or fenestration on a prominent root.

Which of the following cells in the inflammatory infiltrate of an acute periodontal abscess are the MOST numerous? A. Following cleansing of a tooth. Before undergoing any periodontal surgery. Both the statement and the reason are correct and related B. B-lymphocytes B.22. NEITHER the statement NOR the reason is correct 24. the incidence of disease recurrence will be greater. Both the statement and the reason are correct but NOT related C. Plasma cells E. T-lymphocytes C. Macrophages D. new plaque growth accumulates principally on which of the following surfaces? A. To prevent the recurrence of disease C. To complete all remaining aspects of the treatment plan E. To reevaluate the results of initial therapeutic effects . Neutrophils 25. a patient should be controlling the accumulation of plaque. BECAUSE. A. in the plaque infected dentition after surgery. facial 23. Which of the following represents the main objective of the maintenance phase of periodontal therapy? A. To perform touch-up of secondary surgical procedures D. lingual D. The statement is correct. Interproximal B. but the reason is accurate E. To maintain rapport with the patient B. The statement is NOT correct. occlusal C. but the reason is NOT D.


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