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enamel.

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(~ Which of the follo}Vi!1g .may _ cause gingival

enlarg_~,!!1~I!!~ .. _,",,,_,, __ .' _ .. __

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'/ C,,* .Nifedipine (a calcium channel blocker}". ~ .. -

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dens in nature and has a rough surface. ~t is . ~

mineralized dental plaque. d. All of the abodB & c

only. f. None of the above. .

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Oecause:' - -.. .

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3 .. It provides ideal location for plaque accumulation. h.

It tears the gingival fibers leading to attachment level. c.

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removal ~~~~ts n:t~~~ .. ~!~~~~~Y.~ _p~~qu.~ co.~t~~&Jl::=-

Q/r",eat!I!C!!1t of gingivaltrauma from faulty oral . ."

hygiene is mainly: \~-'

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~oth of the abov~ ~

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b. Macrofilled resin restoration .

c. Hybrid composite resin restoration.

d. Fiber re -info reed composite resin restoration

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Q In c~ries ~ith higher annUlil population growth ..rates,. the need for community-based preventive programs would be grea_ter for:

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b. Periodontal disease.

c. Dentofacial anomalies.

d. Dental floozies.

. .. ~~::!al caries is an ei!,dem¥ disease~'me'~~s that the

a. Occurs clearly in excess of normal expectancy

(W.Is habitually present inhuman populations v--' /

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:~Affects a ,large number ~f countries simultaneously »:

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, d. Exhibits a seasonal pattern /<.

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If[JReliability of the measurements reflects that property of the measurements which:

a. Measures what is intended to be measured

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of conditions :,~ j

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c. Detects reasonably small shifts, I either direction, in group condition

d. All of the above

~ecent )::ears , there has been an evidence that the prevalence And il!ten~ity of the caries attack has been ~iminishlilg in the more ecoDornically,dcy-elopcd countries, mainly because of the wide spread lise of:

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b. Fluoride toothpaste

c. pen~a~ heaIt~ educa~ioQ I?!?~:r;ams _

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··~Community-based programs~ ... ':~ .. <~".'

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b. Privately based programs

c .. Individually based programs ®EPide_miologi~t canbe d~_f!ned as :

a. A study of superficial areas of the skin.

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c. Study of biological animals

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d. Study of diseases in a research laboratory @h¢etIects of Ilaturalflu~ride versus added fluoride in reducing dental caries" as it relates to the cODc~onare :

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b. Less '

c .. The same CWhenta1-cari~ :

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" .: '" cgRAL MEDICINE: J '. .. . .

. @he following medical conditions ~~; ~;~~i-pitate a syncope: .

(]HypoglYCemia, v v----

2-Mild hyperglycemia.

3-Anti hypertensive drugs with ganglionic blocking agent.

4-Antidepressant therapy.

(/~.Ionly is corre~ ~ .

S b. 1 &2 are corre~C--'~ -' t' ~

c. 2,3 &4 are correct. ,_

d. 1,2,3, &4 are cofr(ct.

c!i) One of the main features of acute herpetic gingivostomatitis is that the ulcers are confined to the

attached gin~ival ... d. ha~_~_" .. ~!a.!e .. :

adiograpbic diagnosis pf PUa.~~~.!I!~nsiJg_radio --"o~p'-a-qu-e;:';;';:'af-eas inthe canines-premolar region of the

mandible is : .

a. Hematoma.

b. Remaining roots.

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e. Genial tubercle.

~hich of the following lesions has more tendency to ~~ well .. defined multilocular radiolucency?

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a. Lateral periodontal cyst.

b. Squamus cell carcinoma of the jawbones.

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e. Osteomilitis of the mandible.

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a. Vesicle.

b sessile mass.

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REMOVABLE PROSTH.: --

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consideration when constructing a complete denture prost.~esis .~ these include all EXE;CPT :

~Require minimum interocclusal dist~nceV

b. Have great range of jaw movement in function ~

c. Require careful occlusion, usually cuspless teeth are ~ indicated

~ausia is a c~ml!laint that a new de!1~re wearer

might encounter. it may result from :

!i; Thick posterior border I./"

\'I6aoo~"" lanning centric occlusion for complete denture. it is advisable to have:

I ~ 1-2 mm of verticalandhorizontal overlap of. upper ! »>:

\ a.!!d I..Qwer __ anterior .. .teethwithno contact ~, .. ,--.,.

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c .. The use of anterior teeth for incision

~he distal palatal termination of the maxillary Vo~plete denture base is dictated by the:

a. Tuberosity

b. Foveapalatinae

c. Maxillary tori () (i) Vibrating line

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e. Posterior palatal seal

~oa g~f!_l!t~~t~nt,Jb~fo_rces occurring through a removable partial denture can be widely distributed

and mlnimized by the following methods :.. ...-

o!~~u~esij ?-~

2ff b. Selection of lingual bar major connector- ~,?': !

< . c Developing balanced occlusion J,../' ...... :_~ :.

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~ __ An examination of the edentulous mouth of an aged

patient who has worn maxillary complete dentures for

many years against six mandibular anterior teeth would probably show:

a. Cystic degeneration of the foramina of the anterior palatine nerve

G Loss of osseous structure in the anterior maxillary ,_ .

arch ~

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The periodontal tissues comprise which of the following tissues:

Gingiva and the PDL.

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Gin_gival, PDL, and alveolar bone.

A~gival, PDL, alveolar bone, and cementum.

Gingival, PDL, alveolar bone, cementum, and enamel.

(; / Which of the following may cause gingival

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enlargement: ~nyntoin (Dilantin)

Cyclosporine

Nifedipine (a calcium channel blocker)

Asprin

None of the above

The functions of periodontal ligament include:

Mechanical function Formative function Sensory function

vAil of the above

Periodontally involved root surface must be root planned to:

c. The use of anterior teeth for incision

G),The distal palatal termination of the maxillary

~omplete denture base is dictated by the:

a. Tuberosity

b. Fovea palatinae

c. Maxillary tori ~) ® Vibrating line e. Posterior palatal seal

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(~)ro a great extent, the forces occurring through a

- removable partial denture can be widely distributed and minimized by the following methods :

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@.An examination of the edentulous month of an aged patient who has worn maxillary complete dentures for many years against six mandibular anterior teeth would

probably show: .

a. Cystic degeneration of the foramina of the anterior palatine nerve

t5). Loss of osseous structure in the anterior maxillary /

arch .. i.-:"

c. Flabby ridge tissue in the/posterior maxillary arch

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a. Remove the attached plaque and calculus b. Remove necrotic cementum c. Change the root surface so it becomes biocompatible \d:A1I of the above are correct e. A & B are correct

An 18 years old patient presents complaining of pain, bad breath and bleeding gingival. This began over the weekend while studying for final examination. The patient may have which of the following conditions:

&i)Acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis b. Rapidly progressive periodontitis c. Desq uamative gingivitis. d. Acute periodontal cyst.

Which of the following statement is true regarding

dental calculus:

a. It is composed entirely of inorganic material. b. It is dens in nature and has a rough surface.(S)It is mineralized dental plaque. d. All of the above. e. B & C only. f. None of the above.

Overhanging restoration margin should be removed

because:

a. It provides ideal location for plaque accumulation. h. It tears the gingival fibers leading to attachment level. c. It stimulates inflammatory reaction directly. d. Its removal permits more effective plaque contro~ & D.

Treatment of gingival trauma from faulty oral

hygiene is mainly: .

~To achieve the patients to change their faulty habits

@

immediately. h. Reassure the patients that it will disappear by it self. c. To buy a new toothbrush.

RESTO:

1. The following chemically bond to the tooth:

1. Composite resin.

2. Dental sealants.

CID Glass ionomer cement. 4. All of the above.

(bCompomer restorative materials are: ~~Glass ionomer with polymer components

b. Resin systems with fluoride containing glasses

c. Composite resin for cervical restorations only

3. Clinical failure of the amalgam restoration usually occurs from:

a. Improper cavity preparation

b. Faulty manipulation .e.Both of the above

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d. None of the above

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!, 4. A glossy finish is best retained on a: ~icro filled composite resin restoration.

b. Macrofilled resin restoration.

c. Hybrid composite resin restoration.

d. Fiber re -inforced composite resin restoration

/,;--::-

\-:-:.5J'A class IV composite resin restoration should be

. finished with a:

a. No. 3"30 Tungsten carbide bur.

b. Mounted stone.

~"

~~2- fluted carbide bur ..

d. Coarse diamond point (stone).

6. The f-unctions of cement bases are:

I-To act alike a barrier against acids or thermal shocks. 2 ... The minimal thickness, which is required, is 0.5 mm of base.

a. 1 and 2.

b. None of theabove, '~'

\g)lonly.

d.lonly.

7, It has been proven that amalgam restoration has the following characteristics:

1- Micro leakage decrease with aging of the amalgam restoration.

2- it is the least techniques sensitive of all current direct restorations.

3-High dimensional changes. a. 1,2 and 3.

b. 1 and 3.

c. 1 and 2.

Gl2 only.

When polishing the amalgam restoration:

I-Avoid heat generation by using wet polishing paste. 2- wait 24 hours.

(). 1 and 2. h. 2 only. c. 1 only.

~Silicate cement:

J-First tooth colored restoration. 2-It can be used as permanent filling. 3-It contains 15 % fluoride.

a. 1,2 and 3.

h. 1 and 2.

E'----., .

)5,1 and 3.

d. 1 only.

Community Dentistry:

1. In countries with higher annual population growth rates, the need for community-based preventive programs would be greater for:

Efental caries.

b. Periodontal disease.

c. Dentofacial anomalies.

d. Dental floozies.

(~I "Dental caries is an endemic disease" means that the "disease :

a. Occurs clearly in excess of normal expectancy

~IS habitually present in human populations

c. Affects a large number of countries simultaneously

d. Exhibits a seasonal pattern

3. Reliability of the measurements reflects that property of the measurements which:

a. Measures what is intended to be measured

(D~ Produces repeatedly the same results under a variety

l-/~f conditions

c. Detects reasonably small shifts, I either direction, in group condition

d. All of the above

4. Recent years, there has been an evidence that the prevalence And intensity of the caries attack has been diminishing in the more economically developed countries, mainly because of the wide spread use of:

a. Artificial water fluoridation.

h. Fluoride toothpaste

c. Dental health education programs

C5A&C

0C5. In terms of caries prevention, the most effective method and the most cost-effective method is :

~Community-based programs

b. Privately based programs

c. Individually based programs

6. Epidemiologist can be defined as :

a. A study of superficial areas of the skin .

. ' ,-:--

'h.The study of the distribution and determinants of

\. ,

diseases in man

c. Study of biological animals

d Study of diseases in a research laboratory

@the effects of natural fluoride versus added fluoride In reducing dental caries as it relates to the concentration are:

Gi'~reater I///w.~,

c> i,~/,., Less

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c. The same

8. Dental caries:

'a. Is a transmissible disease

b. Is world wide in distribution but uneven in intensity

c. Can be prevented d.\\AII of the above.

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e. None of the above.

FRAL MEDICINE:

( )! The following medical conditions may precipitate a

"--" syncope:

1- Hypoglycemia. 2-Mild hyperglycemia.

3-Anti hypertensive drugs with ganglionic blocking agent .

. 4-Antidepressant therapy. ,~ only is correct.

b. 1 &2 are correct.

c. 2,3 &4 are correct.

,d. 1 ;2,3, &4 are correct.

2. One of the main features of acute herpetic gingivostomatitis is that the ulcers are confined to the attached gingival and hard palate:

Qrrue

@~ False

3. Radiographic diagnosis of bilateral expansile radio opaque areas in the canines-premolar region of the mandible is :

8. Hematoma.

b. Remaining roots .. (;C;;rours mandibularis. \L/i

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d. Internal oblique ridge.

e. Genial tubercle.

4. Which of the following lesions has more tendency to show well-defined multilocular radiolucency?

8. Lateral periodontal cyst.

h. Squamus cell carcinoma of the jawbones. c. Primordial cyst.

/'~ .

, ddAmeloblastoma.

e. Osteomilitis of the mandible.

Q~,~\

~.~ arly squamuscell carcinoma of the oral cavity " ually presents as :

a. Vesicle.

A sessile mass.

c. A red plaque. @An ulcer .

. e. A white cauliflower -like growth.

~irm-fixed neck nodes are most apt to be detected in ~ociation with:

a. An Ameloblastoma.

b. A basal cell carcinoma •

c. An odontogeneic fibroma •

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d. A squamus cell carcinoma.

REMOVABLE PROSTH.:

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( t)rthognathic ridge relation ship (class II) present ~veral problems,which should be taken into consideration when constructing a complete denture prosthesis. these include all EXECPT :

@.equire minimum interocclusal distance

b. Have great range of jaw movement in function

c. Require careful occlusion, usually cuspless teeth are indicated

2. Nausia is a complaint that a new denture wearer might encounter. it may result from:

(_~:Jhick posterior border

b. Denture underextended

c. Denture slightly overextended

'1

d~'& (b) are correct

13:'Planning centric occlusion for complete denture. it is ~visable to have:

(yl-2 mm of vertical and horizontal overlap of upper and lower anterior teeth with no contact .

b. Definite tooth contact of upper and lower anterior teeth in order to facilitate

c. The use of anterior teeth for incision

4. The distal palatal termination of the maxillary complete denture base is dictated by the:

8. Tuberosity

b. Fovea palatinae

ibrating line osterior palatal seal

5. To a great extent, the forces occurring through a removable partial denture can be widely distributed and minimized by the following methods:

a. Proper location of occlusal rests

b. Selection of lingual bar major connector) "-"" \" c:-J, ()

~'...J i.+-

c. Developing balanced occlusion -r-. I 'L

, t I '. ~

,.fl All of the above

<:

6. An examination of the edentulous mouth of an aged

patient who has worn maxillary complete dentures for many years against six mandibular anterior teeth would

~£),{obabIY show: .

~)CystiC degeneration of the foramina ofthe anterior palatine nerve

"" ~oss of osseous structure in the anterior maxillary

V ifiJch

c. Flabby ridge tissue in the posterior maxillary arch

d. Insufficient inter occlusal distance

7. The posterior seal in upper complete denture serves the following functions:

a. It reduces patient discomfort when contact occurs between the dorsum of the tongue and the posterior end of the denture base

b. Retention of the maxillary denture

c. It compensate for dimensional changes which occur in the acrylic denture base during processing

C~~ & (b) are correct 8. Dentures:

a. Should be started immediately in order to prevent further deterioration

rtf; The occlusion of the existing denture is adjusted, and 'tissue conditioning material is applied, and periodically replaced replaced until the tissue are recovered, then making impression takes place

c. The patient is cautioned against removing the denture out at night

d. & (b) are correct

e. AU of the above are correct 9. Balance occlusion refers to :

a. The type of occlusion, which allows simultaneous contact of the teeth in centric occlusion only

£."The type of occlusion, which allows simultaneous L'c--~tact of the teeth in centric and eccentric jaw positions

~. A type of occlusion which is similar to the occlusion of

t~e natural teeth '

(j9: Indications for the use of linguoplate include:

a. For the purpose of retention

b. When the lingual frenum is high or when there is shallow lingual sulcus

@o prevent the movement of mandibular anterior teeth

d. All of the above

'~t., In registering the vertical dimension of occlusion for tJi~ edentulous patient. The physiological rest dimension:

3 .. Equals the vertical dimension of occlusion

b. May be exceeded if the appearance of the patient is enhanced

c. Is of little importance as it is subject to variations

(~ .. " (nulL.-

~'f.l.ust always be toge-tller than vertical dimension of

occlusion

12. Three weeks after delivery of a unilateral distance 'extension mandibular removable partial denture, a patient complains of a sensitive abutment tooth. Clinical examination reveals sensitivity to percussion of the

.1

tooth. The most likely cause is :

Gnefective occlusion

b. Exposed dentin at the bottom of the occlusal rest seat

c. Galvanic action between the framework and an amalgam restoration in the tooth

FIXED PROSTH. :

5. The most frequent cause of failure of a cast crown restoration is :

Failure to extend the crown preparation adequately into the gingival sulcus

Lack of attention in carving occlusal anatomy of the tooth

.----.,

O~ack of attention to tooth shape, position, and contacts e. Lack of prominent cusps, deep sulci and marginal ridges

6. Polyether impression materials:

f. Are less stable dimensionally than poly sulfide rubber g. Are less stable stiff than polysulfide rubber

~an absorb water and swell if stored in water

7, An anterior fixed partial denture is contraindicated when:

h. Abutment teeth are no carious

i. An abutment tooth is inclined 15 but is otherwise

sound

@here is considerable resorption ofthe residual ridge k. Crowns of the abutment teeth are extremely long owing to gingival recession

8. The most accurate impression material for making the impression of an onlay cavity

is :

l. Impression compound.

m. Condensation type silicones.

[PolYVinyl siloxane, .

o. Polysulfides.

9. To enhance strength properties of ceramo metal restoration, it is important to :

/' Avoid sharp or acute angles in the metal substructure • v

Build up thick layer of porcelain •• / .

/orcelain should be of uniform thickness and any defect

i. of the preparation should be compensated by the metal su bstructure.

Compensate any defect in the preparation equally by porcelain and the metal substructure.

p .. 1 and 2 are correct.

@ and 3 are correct r, 2 and 4 are eorrect

s.

ORAL SURGERY:

10. Patients on treatment with steroids are placed on antibiotics after oral surgical procedures because:

G"""The patient is more susceptible· to mfection

u. Antibiotics are synergistic to steroids

v. Antibiotics inhibits Herksheimer reaction

w. Antibiotics protect the patient from steroid depletion

x.

11. The postoperative complication after removal of third molar impaction is :

y. Secondary hemorrhage

z. Swelling aa. Pain

bb. Alveolar osteitis o All of the above dd,

12. Radiographic examination in impacted teeth is useful to demonstrate:

ee, Proximity of roots to adjacent anatomical structures ff. Shape of roots of im pacted tooth

gg. Associated pathology

hh. B & C

rG;AII of the above PEDO.:

13. Band and loop space malntainers is most suitable for the maintenance of space after premature loss of:

~!0A single primary molar

'lik. Two primary molars

II. A canine and a lateral incisor mm, All of the above

14. Pit and fissure sealant are indicted to prevent dental caries in pits and fissures:

a, In primary teeth

b. In permanent teeth

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I ce/A &. B "'-./'

15~ Teeth that have past pits and fissure sealant show:

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~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 teeth

d. The same susceptibility

e. As teeth with fully retained sealant

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PERlO:

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The periodontal tissues comprise which of the

following tissues:

Gingiva and the PDL.

Gingival, PDL, and alveolar bone.

Gingival, PDL, alveolar bone, and cementum. Gingival, PDL, alveolar bone, cementum, and

enamel.

/;,;, Which of the following may cause gingival

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: /)1 ,~,;:/ enlargement:

!:i.(h.I/.::J,!. :f-.... / Pehen• yntoi~ (Dilantin)

. ,.,)1/\ (Vi' yc osporme

~~;.I Nifedipine (a calcium channel blocker) Asprin

None of the above

The functions of periodontal ligament include:

Mechanical function Formative function Sensory function

All of the above

Periodontally involved root surface must be root planned to:

a. Remove the attached plaque and calculus b. Remove necrotic cementum c. Change the root surface so it becomes biocompatible d. All of the above are correct e. A & B are correct

An 18 years old patient presents complaining of pain, bad breath and bleeding gingival. This began over the weekend while studying for final examination. The patient may have which of the following conditions:

a. Acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis b. Rapidly progressive periodontitis c. Desquamative gingivitis. d. Acute periodontal cyst.

Which of the following statement is true regarding

dental calculus:

a. It is composed entirely of inorganic material. h. It is dens in nature and has a rough surface. c. It is mineralized dental plaq ue. d. All of the above. e. B & C only. f. None of the above.

Overhanging restoration margin should be removed because:

a. It provides ideal location for plaque accumulation. h. It tears the gingival fibers leading to attachment level. c. It stimulates inflammatory reaction directly. d. Its removal permits more effective plaque control e. A & D.

Treatment of gingival trauma from faulty oral hygiene is mainly:

a. To achieve the patients to change their faulty habits

@

immediately. b. Reassure the patients that it will disappear by it self. c. To buy anew toothbrush.

RESTO:

1~ The followingcbemicaUybond to the tooth:

I. Composite resin. 2. Dental sealants.

(~ Glass ionomer cement. 4. All of the above.

~ompomer restorative materials are: ~~Glass ionomer with polymer components

b. Resin systems with fluoride containing glasses

c. Composite resin for ·cervicalrestorations only

3. Clinical failure of the amalgam restoration usually occurs from:

a. Iinproper cavity preparation

b. Faulty manipulation .. c. '~oth of the above

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d. None of the above

\. 4~ A glossy finish is best retained on a:

,~ . .

a. Micro filled composite resin restoration.

b. Macrofilled resin restoration.

c. Hybrid composite resin restoration.

d. Fiber re -inforced composite resin restoration i.(:i"A class IV composite resin restoration should be - finished with a:

a, No. 33"0 Tungsten carbide bur. b. Mounted stone.

0Z- fluted carbide bur.

d. Coarse diamond point (stone).

6. The functions of cement bases are:

1 .. To act .alike a barrier againstacids or thermal shocks.

2- The minimal thickness, which is required, is 0.5 mm of base.

a. 1 and 2.

b. None 'Of the above.

'~\

~1 only.

d. 2 only.

7. It has been proven that amalgam resteration has the following characteristics:

1- Micro leakage decrease with aging of the amalgam restoration.

2- it is the least techniques sensitive of all current direct restorations.

3-High dimensional changes. a. 1,2 and 3.

b. 1 and 3.

c. 1 and 2.

@only.

When polishing the amalgam restoration:

I-Avoid heat generation by using wet polishing paste. 2- wait 24 hours.

0.1 and 2.

b. 2 only.

c. 1 only.

~Silicate cement:

I-First tooth colored restoration.

2-It can be used as permanent filling. 3-It contains 15 % fluoride.

a. 1, 2 and 3.

h. 1 and 2.

C''-':\

»1 and 3.

d. 1 only.

Community Dentistry:

1. In countries with higher annual population growth rates, the need for community-based preventive programs would be greater for:

E!>ental caries.

b. Periodontal disease.

c. Dentofacial anomalies.

d. Dental floozies.

(;1 "Dental caries is an endemic disease ~~ means that the 'disease :

a. Occurs clearly in excess of normal expectancy

~s habitually present in human populations

c. Affects a large number of countries simultaneously

d. Exhibits a seasonal pattern

3. Reliability of the measurements reflects that property of the measurements which:

ft. Measures what is intended to be measured

ffiJ Prod~~es repeatedly the same results under a variety

L/~r conditions

c. Detects reasonably small shifts, I either direction, in group condition

d. All of the above

4. Recent years, there has been an evidence that the prevalence And intensity of the caries attack has been diminishing in the more economically developed countries, mainly because of the wide spread use of:

a. Artificial water fluoridation

b. Fluoride toothpaste

c. Dental health education programs

~A&C

~5. In terms of caries prevention, the most effective method and the most cost-effective method is :

~.:JCommunity-based programs h. Privately based programs

c. Individually based programs

6. Epidemiologist can be defined as :

a. A study of superficial areas of the skin .

. ' /:"'-

I~. .The study of the distribution and determinants of

diseases in man

c. Study of biological animals

d Study of diseases in a research laboratory

@he effects of natural fluoride versus added fluoride IIi reducing dental caries as it relates to the concentration are :

I //~.~tb~,,/reater

c> I.~."" ...•. F' ess

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c. The same

8. Dental caries :

'a. Is a transmissible disease

h. Is world wide in distribution but uneven in intensity

c. Can be prevented d~\\AII of the above.

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e. None of the above.

ARAL MEDICINE: :

0) The following medical conditions may precipitate a syncope:

I-Hypoglycemia. 2-Mild hyperglycemia.

3-Anti hypertensive drugs with ganglionic blocking agent •

. 4-Antidepressant therapy. \~) only is correct.

b. 1 &2 are correct.

c .. 2,3 &4 are correct .

. d. 1;2,3, &4 are correct.

2. One of the main features of acute herpetic gingivostomatitis is that the ulcers are confined to the attached gingival and hard palate:

Qrrue

r@~ False

3. Radiographic diagnosis of bilateral expansile radio opaque areas in the canines-premolar region of the mandible is : .

a. Hematoma.

b. Remaining roots. (;e:-;rrours mandibularis. ~I

d. Internal oblique ridge.

c. Genial tubercle.

4. Which of the following lesions has more tendency to show well-defined multilocular radiolucency?

a. Lateral periodontal cyst.

b. Squamus cell carcinoma of the jawbones.

c. Primordial cyst. ;{:>

. ltJAmeloblastoma.

e. Osteomilitis of the mandible.

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'. ~ .:. arty squamus cell carcinoma of the oral cavity

, /

. ually presents as :

a. Vesicle.

A sessile mass. c. A red plaque.

@An ulcer .

. e. A white cauliflower -like growth.

~'I?irm-fixed neck nodes are most apt to be detected in ~ociation with: .

a. An Ameloblastoma.

b. A basal cell carcinoma.

c. An odontogeneic fibroma.

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d.A squamus cell carcinoma.

REMOVABLE PROSTH.:

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( l)rthognathic ridge relation ship (class II) present "-several problems, which should be taken into consideration when constructing a complete denture prosthesis. these include all EXECPT :

~Require minimum interocclusal distance

b. Have great range of jaw movement in function

c. Require careful occlusion, usually cuspless teeth are indicated

2. Nausia is a complaint that a new denture wearer might encounter. it may result from :

~)fhick posterior border h. Denture underextended

c. Denture slightly overextended d:J,& (b) are correct

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, ( ~3. ')Planning centric occlusion for complete denture. it is

~visable to have:

(yJ1-2 mm of vertical and horizontal overlap of upper and lower anterior teeth with no contact .

h. Definite tooth contact of upper and lower anterior teeth in order to facilitate

c. The use of anterior teeth for incision

4. The distal palatal termination of the maxillary complete denture base is dictated by the: .

a. To berosity

h. Fovea palatinae c. Maxillary tori ibrating line

r.; • I I

ep' osterior pa ata seal

·5. To a great extent, the forces occurring through a removable partial denture can be widely distributed and minimized by the following methods:

a. Proper location of occlusal rests

b. Selection of lingual bar major connector l--·~'~(, cJ \-p

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c; Developing balanced occlusion ) t j ~ 'C. -1 i.

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6. An examination of the edentulous mouth of an aged patient who has worn maxillary complete dentures for many years against six mandibular anterior teeth would

£-.~P\robably show: .

~)CystiC degeneration ofthe foramina ofthe anterior palatine nerve

.. fiLoss of osseous structure in the anterior maxillary

V 'iYch

c. Flabby ridge tissue in the posterior maxillary arch

d. Insufficient inter occlusal distance

7. The posterior seal in upper complete denture serves the following functions:

a. It reduces patient discomfort when contact occurs between the dorsum of the tongue and the posterior end of the denture base

b. Retention of the maxillary denture

c. It compensate for dimensional changes which occur in the acrylic denture base during processing

a~ & (b) are correct 8. Dentures:

8. Should be started immediately ill order to prevent further deterioration

f1t The occlusion of the existing denture is adjusted, and 'tissue conditioning material is applied, and periodically replaced replaced until the tissue are recovered, then making impression takes place

c. The patient is cautioned against removing the denture out at night

d. & (b) are correct

e. All of the above are correct 9. Balance occlusion refers to :

a. The type of occlusion, which allows simultaneous contact of the teeth in centric occlusion only

Mbe type of occlusion, which allows simultaneous L~~tact of the teeth in centric and eccentric jaw positions

Ii? c. A type of occlusion ~hich is similar to the occlusion of

~he natural teeth "

G9l Indications for the use of linguoplate include:

a. For the purpose of retention

b. When the lingual frenum is high or when there is shallow lingual sulcus

@Co prevent the movement of mandibular anterior . teeth

d. All of the above

~i •. In registering the vertical dimension of occlusion for t~ edentulous patient. The physiological rest dimension:

a. Equals the vertical dimension of occlusion

b. May be exceeded if the appearance of the patient is enhanced

c. Is of little importance as it is subject to variations

rC"1l nyu,) 0 ...

~u"ustalways be t-ogetller than vertical dimension of

occlusion

12. Three weeks after delivery of a unilateral distance "extension mandibular removable partial denture, a patient complains of a sensitive abutment tooth. Clinical examination reveals sensitivity to percussion of the

tooth. The most Hkely cause is :

GDefective occlusion

b. Exposed dentin at the bottom of the occlusal rest seat

c. Galvanic action between the framework and an amalgam restoration in the tooth

FIXED PROSTH. :

5. The most frequent cause of failure of a cast crown restoration is :

Failure to extend the crown preparation adequately into the gingival sulcus

Lack of attention in carving occlusal anatomy of the tooth

(t"-~"\lLack of attention to tooth shape, position, and contacts ~/

e. Lack of prominent cusps, deep sulci and marginal

ridges

6. Polyether impression materials:

f. Are less stable dimensionally than poly sulfide rubber g. Are less stable stiff than polysulfide rubber

Aan absorb water and swell if stored in water

7. An anterior fixed partial denture is contraindicated when:

h. Abutment teeth are no carious

l, An abutment tooth is inclined 15 but is otherwise

sound

Where is considerable resorption ofthe residual ridge k. Crowns of the abutment teeth are extremely long owing to gingival recession

8. The most accurate impression material for making the impression of an onlay cavity

is :

I. Impression compound.

m, Condensation type silicones ..

~}oIYVinYI siloxane. o. Polysulfides.

9. To enhance strength properties of ceramo metal restoration, it is important to :

/Avoid sharp or acute angles in the metal substructure. i/

Build up thick layer of porcelain .•

//

/orcelain should be of uniform thickness and any defect

t. of the preparation should be compensated by the metal su bstructu re.

Compensate any defect in the preparation equally by porcelain and the metal substructure.

p. 1 and 2 are correct.

@ and 3 are correct r, 2 and 4 are correct

s.

ORAL SURGERY:

10. Patients on treatment with steroids are placed on antibiotics after oral surgical procedures because:

C!')The patient is more susceptible to infection

u. Antibiotics are synergistic to steroids

v. Antibiotics inhibits Herksheimer reaction

w. Antibiotics protect the patient from steroid depletion

x.

11 .. The postoperative complication after removal of third molar impaction is :

y. Secondary hemorrhage

z, Swelling

aa. Pain

bb. Alveolar osteitis

r-----.,

G All of the above

dd.

12. Radiographic examination in impacted teeth is useful to demonstrate:

ee. Proximity of roots to adjacent anatomical structures ff. Shape of roots of impacted tooth

gg. Associated pathology

I ,.

hh. B & C

~)AII of the above PEDO.:

13. Band and loop space maintainers is most suitable for the maintenance of space after premature loss of:

--, "

C!j.\A single primary molar

Two primary molars

II. A canine and a lateral incisor mm. All of the above

14. Pit and fissure sealant are indicted to prevent dental caries in pits and fissures:

a. In primary teeth

b. In permanent teeth

t'c.)A &B

~./

!,? Teeth that have past pits and fissure sealant show:

,/ .. ~:-~,

~he same susceptibility to caries as teeth that have not been sealed

b. Higher susceptibility than non-sealed teeth

c. Lower susceptibility than non-sealed teeth

d. The same susceptibility

e. As teeth with fully retained sealant

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Q. in recent years there has been evidence that the prevalence and intensity of the caries attack has been diminished in the more economically developed countries mainly because

of the wide spread use of: community

a. artificial water fluoridation

b. fluoride toothpaste

c. dental health education programs

d. individualized oral hygiene instruction

0a&c

Q. In countries with higher annual population growth rates, the need for communitybased preventive programs would be greater for:

~ dental caries

"is. periodontal disease

c. dentofacial anomalies d dental flurosis

Q. dental caries is endemic disease means that the disease: a. occur clearly in excess of normal expectancy

fb\ is habitually present in human populations.

Y. affects a large number of countries simultaneously d. exhibits a seasonal pattern

Q. reliability of the measurements reflects that property of the measurements which: a. measures what is intended to be measured

(11) produces repeatedly the same result under a variety of conditions Y. detects reasonably small shifts, in either directions, in group condition d. all of the above

Q. in terms of caries prevention, the most effective and the most cost effective method is: community

~ community based programs 'i5. privately based programs

c. individually based programs

Q. radiographic examination in impacted teeth is useful to demonstrate: surgery a. proximityof roots to adjacent anatomical structures

h. shape of foots

c. associated pathology

d. b&c

C5 all of the above

Q. the post operative complication after removal ofthird molar impaction is:

a. secondary hemorrhage

b. swelling

c. pain

d. alveolar osteitis

1

e. all ofthe above

Q. patient on treatment with steroid are placed on antibiotic after oral surgical procedure because:

Oe patient is more susceptible to infection Ii antibiotic are synergistic to steroids

c. antibiotic inhibit herksheimer reaction

d. antibiotic protect the patient from steroid depletion

Q. the periodontal tissues compromise which of the following tissue: a. gingiva and PDL

A gingiva, PDL and alveolar bone

\3 gingiva, POL, alveolar bone and cementum

d. gingiva, PDL, alveolar bone, cementum and enamel

A. which of the following may cause gingival enlargement: ~ phenyntoin (Dilantin)

h. cyclosporinc

c. nifedipine (a calcium channel blockser)

d. asprin

e. none of the above

Q. the function of periodontal ligament include: perio a. mechanical function

h. formative function

c. nutritive function

~ !~h~~~hef~~~~~n

Q. periodonta11y involved root surface must be root planned to: perio

a. remove the attached plaque and calculus

b. remove necrotic cementum

c. change the root surface to be come biocompatible

d. all of the above G a and b are correct

Q. a 16 year old patient presents complaining of pain; bad breath and bleeding gingivae. This began over the weekend while studying for final examination the patient may have

which of the following condition(s): perio

~ acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis

'--t{ rapidly progressive periodontitis (C):lesquamtive gingivitis

':-c( acute periodontal cyst

2

Q. pit and fissure sealants are indicated to prevent dental caries in pits and fissure: operative

r\ in primary teeth' \JJJ in penn anent teeth c. a&b

Q. teeth that have lost pits and fissure sealant show: operative

a. the same susceptibility to caries as teeth that have not been sealed

b. higher susceptibility than non sealed teeth ("q lower susceptibility than non sealed teeth

"-c[ the same susceptibility as teeth with full retained sealant

Q. what is the copper ratio that eliminates gamma phase 2:

a. 2% copper

b. 4% copper ~ 10% copper "-sU 13% copper

Q. what is the cavo- surface angle of prep for amalgam restoration: a. 30 degree

h. 60 degree

Q90 degree d. 130 degree

A. when you do amalgam finishing: ~ immediately

b. 24 hour later

Q. what is best instrument used tor removing un supported enamel at the gingival wall of class II:

a. chesial

b. hatechet

G gingival marginal trimmer

Q. acut-periabical abcess associated with: ~swelling

"--t( widening of POL c. pus discharge

Q. epidemiology can be defined as:

A a study of special areas of the skin

\JY the study of the distribution and determinant of disease in man

c. study of biological animals

d. study of disease in research laboratory

3

Q. the effects of natural fluoride versus added fluoride in reducing dental caries as it relates to the concentration are: community or pedo pinkham

(1r1 greater

~less

c. the same

Q. dental caries: operative lor community

a. is transmissible disease

b. is worldwide in distribution but uneven in intensity

c. can be prevented (d) all of the above Y. non ofthe above

Q. a glossy finish is best retained on a: operative

(as microfilled composite resin restoration

"'-6. macrofilled composite resin restoration

c. hybrid composite resin restoration

d. fiber re-enforced composite resin restoration

Q. the most accurate impression material for making impression of an oral cavity is: material

a. impression compound A condensation type silicones \-..y polyvinyl siloxanes

d. polysulphides

Q. one of the main features of acute herpatic gingivo stomatitis is the ulcers are confined to the attached gingival and hard palate: pathology

(a:) true

'---t{, false

Q. cement bases: The functions of bases are: operative

1. to act like barrier against acid or thermal shocks

2. the minimal thickness which is required is 0.5 mm of base (a:) &2

Y.none of the above

c. 1 only

d. 2 only

Q. it has been proven that amalgam restoration has the following characteristics: operative or material

1. microleakage decrease with aging of the amalgam restoration

2. it is the least technique-sensitive of all current dental restoration

3. high dimensional changes a. 1,2 &3

h. 1 &3

4

r21 &2 '<t!2 only

Q. when polishing the amalgam restoration: operative L avoid heat generation by using wet polishing paste 2.~it 24 hours

\V&2

b. 2 only

c. 1 only

Q. silicate cement: operative

1. first tooth colored restoration

2. it can be used as permanent restoration

3. it contain 15% fluoride

a. 1,2 &3

b. 1 & 2 rc.1 & 3 "a!lonly

Q. permeability of dentin:

a. bacterial product go through it

b. decrease by formation of smear layer

c. bacteria can go in

Q. how you can prevent dentinal hyper sensitivity: ("il4 restoration by adhesion

"-t{ controlled by alcohol

c. put sedative medication

Q. best way to select retainer for rubber dam: a. contact all surface of the tooth

~ four points of contact two buccally and two lingully with out rocking Y. contact above the height of contour

A. treatment of gingival trauma from faulty oral hygiene is mainly: prio ~ to advice the patients to change their faulty habits immediately

b. re-assure the patient that it will disappear by itself

c. to buy a new brush

Q. which of the following statement is true regarding calculus: perio

a. it is composed entirely of inorganic material

b. it is dense in nature and has rough surface

c. it is mineralized dental plaque A all of the above

\..9b & conly

f. none ofthe above

5

Q. overhanging restoration margin should be removed because: perio

a. it provides ideal location for plaque accumulation

b. it tears the gingival fibers leading to attachment level

c. stimulate inflammatory reaction directly

d. its removal permits more effective plaque control

C)a&d

Q. chronic supporative periodontitis:

a. patient complain of moderate pain

b. fistula with pus discharge

c. pulp polyp in open coronal caries

Q. acute periodontal abscess:

a. fistula present

b. swelling and enlargement in site of the tooth

c. variable degree of pain A non of the above

l.V establish incision and drainage

Q. main use of dental floss:

a. remove calculus

b. remove over hang

rC:J remove bacterial plaque '<.( remove food depries

Q. radiographic diagnosis of bilateral expansile radiopaque areas in the canine premolar area region of the mandible is: radiology

a. hematoma

h. remaining roots

fC':l torus mandibularis ~ internal oblique ridge e. genial tubercle

Q. which of the following lesions has more tendency to show will defined multilocular radiolucency? radiology

a. lateral periodontal cyst

h. squamous cell carcinoma of the jaw bones ,--'\ primordial cyst

\....9l ameloblastoma

c. osteomyeiltis of the mandible

Q. early squamous cell carcinoma of the oral cavity presents as: medicine

a. vesicle

b. a sessile mass

6

A a red plaque '--9J an ulcer

e.a white cauliflower like legion

Q. the following medical conditions may precipitate a syncope:

1. hypoglycemia

2. mild hyper glycemia

3. anti hyper tensive drugs with ganglionic blocking agent

4. antidepressant therapy ra.i only is correct 'b-:1. and 2 are correct

c. 2,3 and 4 arc correct

d. 1, 2, 3 and 4 are correct

Q. firm, fixed neck nodes are most to be detected in association with: medicine

a. an ameloblastoma

b. a besal cell carcinoma

c. an odontodgenic fibroma @ a squamous cell carcinoma

Q. diagnosis prior to RCT should always based on: endo

a. good medical and dental history

b. proper clinical examination

c. result of pulp vitality test

d. a periapical radiographs ~all of the above

'--t:1. internal resorption best treated with: a. pulp extirpation and RCT

Q. ankylosis:

a. no POL

b. caused by trauma

c. extracted surgically

d. all of the above

Q. which of the following may be used to disinfect gutta perch points? Endo

a. boiling

b. autoclave

(D. chemical solutions V. dry heat sterilization.

Q. distinguish periapical and periodontal abscess:

a. x-ray examination

b. clinical examination C) vitality of the pulp

Q. the radiographic criteria used for evaluating the success of Endodontic therapy is:

7

(a'\ reduction of the size of the periapical lesion ~ no response to percussion and palpation test

c. extension of the sealer cement through lateral canal

d. non of the above

Q. the access opening for a maxillary premolar is most frequently: (;Soval

'-6. square

c. trianglar

d. non of the above

Q. what is the basis for the current Endodontic therapy of periapical lesion?

a. due to reach collateral circulation system, the periapical areas usually heals despite the ~ndition of the root canal

\JY if the source of the periapical irritation is removed, the potential for periapical healing is good

c. strong intracanal medications are recuired to sterilize the canal and the periapical area to promote healing

d. periapical lesions , especially apical cyst must be treated by surgical intervention

Q. to enhance strength properties of ceramometal restoration, it is important to:

1. avoid sharp or acute angles in the metal substructure

2. build up thick layer of porcelain

3. porcelain should be uniform thickness and any defect of the preparation should be compensated by the metal structure

4. compensate any defect in the preparation equally by porcelain and the metal substructure

N &2 correct V & 3 correct c. 2 & 4 correct

Q. cleft lip is resulted from incomplete union of: oral biology a. tow maxillary arches

~ maxillary arches and nasal arch

Q. reparative dentine:

a. same like secondary dentine

b. happen at site if irritation

Q_ enamel rods:

a. in dentin

b. in enamel

Q. when you take final impression for crown polysulfide rubber base, you should pour it:

~ostho '

~ within one hour

8

b. 24 hour

c. one week

Q. mandibular foramen in children: surgery ~ above the occlusal plane

'--tI. below the occlusal plane

c. at the same level

Q. when you give inferior dental block for pedo the angulation's for the needle: a. 7mm below the occlusal plane

h. 5mm below the occlusal plane

c. 7mm above the occlusal plane

G at the occlusal plane

Q. all of the following are characteristic of root canal filling, except:

o radiolucency in x-ray

Q. the maximum dose of x-ray exposure dose for radiographic technique: a. 100 mini roentgen per week

h. 10 Roentgen per week

c. 100 roentgen per week

d. 300 roentgen per week

Q. the choice ofL.A depened on: a. diameter of nerve

h. structure of hone

c. number of branches

d. type ofL.A agent chemistry

Q. a U-shape radiopaque structure in the upper] st molar x-ray is: (a1 the zygomatic process

~ maxillary sinus wall

Q. early loss of primary lower molar result in:

C5 mesial shift of the permanent molar

rQ. contra indication of using rubber darn: ~ child with upper respiratory tract infection

Q. loss of sensation in the anterior 2/3 of tongue is related to paralysis of:

a. lingual nerve

b. hypoglossal nerve Q chorda tympani nerve

Q. 5th cranial nerve foramina are: o rotundem & oval foramina

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Q. muscles insertion and origin

Q. patient with direct pulp capping and intermittent. spontaneous pain, the diagnosis is: (5 irreversible pulpitis

Q. periapical abscess is:

a. cavity lined by epithelium

(§) cavity contain pus cells

c. cavity contain blood

d. cavity contain serous

e. none of the above

Q. acute periapical abscess characterized by:

a. varying degree of pain

b. varying degree of swelling

c. some time not shown on the radiograph G all of the above

Q. In dentinogenesis the dentinal cell are: 1. fully mature but cuboid in shape

Q. in dentinogenesis, which is true:

1. the hertwing sheet are completely absent

Q. long bone formed by endochondrial ossification while flat bone by membranous calcification and many bone by both mechanism:

(il~true

'0": false

Q. the material which release fluoride to be taken by enamel and cementum for long time: a. composite

fB\GIC

Y. amalgam d. cast alloy

Q. bone composed of35-40 % organic material with rest ofCaPo4 (F)

Q. epithial tumor:

a. keratoacenthosis ( )

b. gaint cell tumor ()

c. rehabdomyoma ( )

Q. patient with sub-acute endocarditis develop:

a. bactennia

b. septacima

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c, fibril vibration G mitral stenosis

Q. the finish line ofthe core should be: fixed

a. at finish line of final restoration

b. at contra bevel

c. at gingival level

d. tapered with prepared tooth shape

Q. for ceramo metal restoration type of finish line is: (;)chamfer

'--6. beveled shoulder

Q. adjustment of contact point: a, pincile

b. sim stock

c. silicon spray indicator G dental floss

e. non of the above

Q. benefits of opaque layer:

a. bonding to metal sustrate

b. initiating the color

c. a and b

Q. best ratio of water fluoridation: a. 1 ppm

Q. bleaching agent:

a. hydrogen peroxide 30 %

Q. smear layer composed of:

a. dentin debris

b. inorganic particles

c. bacteria

d. all of the above

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RESTO:

l.The following chemically bond to the tooth: 0, Composite resin.

b. Dental sealants.

c. Glass ionomer cement.

d. All of the above

2. Compomer restorative materials are:

a. Glass ionomer with polymer components

b. Resin systems with fluoride containing glasses

c. Composite resin for cervical restorations only

3. Clinical failure of the amalgam restoration usually occurs from:

o. Improper cavity preparation

b. Faulty manipulation

c. Both of the above

d. None of the above

4. A glossy finish is best retained on a:

a. Micro filled composite resin restoration.

b. Macrofi lied resin restoration .

. c. Hybrid composite resin restoration.

d. Fiber re -inforced composite resin restoration

5. A class IV composite resin restoration should be finished with a:

a. No. 330 Tungsten carbide bur.

b. Mounted stone.

c. 12- fluted carbide bur.

d. Coarse diamond point (stone).

6. The functions of cement bases are:

1- To act alike a barrier against acids or thermal shocks. 2- The minimal thickness, which is required/ is 0.5 mm of base.

a. 1 and 2.

b. None of the above.

c. 1 only.

d. 2 only.

7. It has been proven that amalgam restoration has the following characteristics:

1- Micro leakage decrease with aging of the amalgam restoration.

2- it is the least techniques sensitive of all current direct . restorations.

3-High dimensional changes.

a. 1,2 and 3.

b. 1 and 3.

c. 1 and 2.

d. 2 only.

a.When polishing the amalgam restoration:

l-Avold heat generation by using wet polishing paste. 2- wait 24 hours.

0.1 and 2.

b. 2 only.

c. 1 only.

9. Silicate cement:

1 -Flrst tooth colored restoration.

2-lt can be used as permanent filling. 3-lt contains 15 % fluoride.

a. 1~ 2 and 3.

b. 1 and 2.

c. 1 and 3.

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FIXED PROSTH. :

l.The most frequent cause of failure of a cast crown restoration is :

. a.Failure to extend the crown preparation adequately into the gingival sulcus

b.Lack of attention in carving occlusal anatomy of the tooth c.Lack of attention to tooth shope, position, and contacts

e. Lack of prominent cusps, deep sulci and marginal ridges

6. Polyether impression materials:

f. Are less stable dimensionally than poly sulfide rubber

g. Are less stable stiff than polysulfide rubber Can absorb water and swell if stored in water

7. An anterior fixed partial denture is contraindicated when

h. Abutment teeth are no carious

i. An abutment tooth is inclined 15 but is otherwise sound

j. There is considerable resorption of the residual ridge

k. Crowns of the abutment teeth are extremely long owing to gingival recession

8. The most accurate impression material for making the impression of an onley cavity

is :

I. Impression compound.

m. Condensation type silicones.

n. Polyvinyl si loxane.

o. Polysulfides .

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9. To enhance strength properties of ceramo metal restoration, it is important to :

o. Avoid sharp or acute angles in the metal substructure

b. Build up thick layer.of porcelain ..

c. Porcelain should be of uniform thickness and any defect of the preparation should be compensated by the metal substructure.

d. Compensate any defect in the preparation equally by porcelain and the metal substructure.

e. 1 and 2 are correct.

f. 1 and 3 are correct

g. 2 and 4 are correct

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REMOVABLE PROSTH.:

1. Orthognathic ridge relation ship (class II) present several problems, which should be taken into consideration when constructing a complete denture prosthesis. these include all EXECPT:

a. Require minimum interocclusal distance

b. Have great range of jaw movement in function

c. Require careful occlusion, usually cuspless teeth are indicated

2. Nausia is a complaint that a new denture wearer might encounter. it may result from:

o. Thick posterior border

b. Denture underextended

c. Denture slightly overextended

d. & (b) are correct

3. Planning centric occlusion for complete denture. it is advisable to have:

a. 1-2 mm of vertical and horizontal overlap of upper and lower anterior teeth with no contact

b. Definite tooth contact of upper and lower anterior teeth in order to faci I itate

c. The use of anterior teeth for incision

4. The distal palatal termination of the maxillary complete denture base is dictated by the:

a. Tuberosity

b. Fovea palatinae

c. Maxi I lory tori

d. Vibrating line

e. Posterior palatal seal

5. To a great extent, the forces occurring through a removable partial denture can be widely distributed and minimized by the following methods:

a. Proper location of occlusal rests

b. Selection of lingual bar major connector

c. Developing balanced occlusion

d. All of the above

6. An examination of the edentulous mouth of an aged patient who has worn maxiflary complete dentures for many years against six mandibular anterior teeth would probably show:

a. Cystic degeneration of the foramina of the anterior palatine nerve

b. Loss of osseous structure in the anterior maxillary arch

c. Flabby ridge tissue in the posterior maxillary arch

d. Insufficient inter occlusal distance

7. The posterior seal in upper complete denture serves the following functions:

a. It reduces patient discomfort when contact occurs

. between the dorsum of the tongue and the posterior end of the denture base

b. Retention of the maxillary denture

c. It compensate for dimensional changes which occur in the acrylic denture base during processing

d. & (b) are correct

8. Dentures :

Should be started immediately in order to prevent a. further deterioration

b. The occlusion of the existing denture is adjusted, and tissue conditioning material is applied, and periodically replaced replaced until the tissue are recovered, then making impression takes place

c. The patient is cautioned against removing the denture out at night

d. & (b) are correct

e. All of the above are correct

9. Balance occlusion refers to :

a. The type of occlusicn. which allows simultaneous contact of the teeth in centric occlusion only

b. The type of occlusion, which allows simultaneous contact of the teeth in centric and eccentric jaw positions

c. A type of occlusion which is similar to the occlusion of the natural teeth

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10. Indications for the use of linguoplote include:

a. For the purpose of retention

b. When the lingual frenum is high or when there is shallow lingual sulcus

c. To prevent the movement of mandibular anterior teeth

d. All of the above

11. In registering the vertical dimension of occlusion for the edentulous patient. The physiological rest dimension:

a. Equals the vertical dimension of occlusion

b. May be exceeded if the appearance of the patient is enhanced

c. Is of little importance as it is subject to variations

d. Must always be together than vertical dimension of occlusion

12. Three weeks after delivery of a unilateral distance extension mandibular removable partial denture, a patient complains of a sensitive abutment tooth. Clinical examination reveals sensitivity to percussion of the tooth. The most likely cause is :

o. Defective occlusion

b. Exposed dentin at the bottom of the occlusal rest seat

c. Galvanic action between the framework and an amalgam restoration in

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Most Common Topics

~ operative

• Amalgam (material, cavity prcp, mixing, finishing ... )

La- Comoposite ( the same in addition to PFS

• Onlay and inlay

• GIC

• Instrument

• Rubber dam

~ Endo

• Pulp pathology and physiology

• Trauma in permanent teeth

• Sealers

• Different diagnosis (acute apical periodontitis, irreversible pulpitis ... )

• Access cavities

• Number of canals, location of apex

• Apecictomy

• Bacteria and antibiotic

• Sign of successful RCT

• Sodium hypochloride

• Calcium hydroxide

>- Prio

• Instrument

• Anatomy and function

• Management of abscesses

• NAUG

• OHI

• Composition of plaque and calculus

)0> Radiology

• Cemento blastoma

• Ameloblastoma

• Cherbusim

• TMJ radiograph

~ Community and preventive dentistry

• Fluoride

• Reiabilty ...

~ Surgery

• Types 0 f fractures

• Lymphatic drainge

• Instrument

• Complication of extraction

• Oro-antral communication

• Local anesthesia (types, huw it works. location of nerves anatomically)

> Fixed and material

• Polyether and polyvinyl siloxian

• Post and core from prosthetic and Endodontic view

• How to prepare a crown (PFM, all metal.i.)

>- Removable

• Poly sulfide

• Setting of teeth in relation to the tongue

• How to set teeth in class II III jaw relation

• Denture stomatitis causes and management

• How to deal with knife edge and flabby ridges

• Major connector in lower arch

• Occlusal rest

• Land marks on upper and lower jaws

• Centric relation and vertical dimension (inter occlusal records)

> Oral pathology and biology

• Ranula treatment

• Apthus ulcer

• Different types of ulcers

• Dentinogenesis imperfaeta

• Luekplakia

• Pemphegus diagnosis

• Dr.Wilsons slides (acute and chronic inflammatory cells)

• Tooth development

• Oral cyst

• DNA and "RNA viruses

> Medicine
• Biopsy
• Sequamus cell carcinoma
• Luekplakia
• Blood test type
• Sickle cell anemia
> Pedo
• Patient management • Space maintainers

• Local anesthesia

• Handicapped patient

~ Anatomy

• Muscles of mastication and facial expression

• Blood supply and nerve innervation

» Embryology and histology

• Bone, enamel, dentin, cementum composition

• Pharyngeal arches

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J) Use of dental elevator is for all except:

(:~ wheel and axis h. wedging

c. lever

d. wedging of socket wall

2) CMCP contains phenol in concentration:

a.O.5 .

L'O;\35% c.65% d.5%

3) Anterior open bite caused by: a. unilateral condylar fracture & bilateral condylar fracture

c. lefort 1I fracture

d. zygomatic fracture .

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. 4) Indirect pulp cap''ping is done in:

a. primary molar

b. primary incisor /~pemmnent molar d. none of the above

5) Indirect composite inlay has the following advantages over the direct composite

except:

a. efficient polymerization h. good contact proximally c. gingival seal

&1 good retention

6) After class V glass ionomer restoration, removal of a thin flush of glass ionornar is done by:

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A. sw+caler or knife it~iuHedialely

B. finishing stone immediately

C. scaler or knife later

D. finishing stone later

~.A+B .

'b.A+D

c.C+D

!:\"'h'he best-finished composite surface is achieved by: ~l a, 12 fluted bur

b. diamond bur

.s.\ matrix band with no additional finish

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/if{ijI.n class V.composite restoration a layer of bonding ~gent is applied:

. a. following removal of cement then cured

b. following removal of cement + not cured

c. cured then remove cement

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9) Marginal deterioration of amalgam restoration may be due to:

A. no enough bulk of dentine (undermined enamel)

B. corrosion

C. over carving

D. improper manipulation of amalgam a.A+B

b.C+D

A all the above d. B+C+D

10) Length of pins must be equal in both tooth and restoration by a depth of: a. lnun

&2mrn

c.3mm

d.4mm

11) Stainless. steel pin is used in amalgam for:

~ increase retention

b. increase resistance

c. increase strength

d. a+b

12) ea++ channel blocker cause increase saliva secretion

(True or §!§.e) .

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13) ReT contraindicatedin:

~ vertical fracture of root ",

b. diabetic patient

c. unrestored teeth

d. periodontally involved teeth

14) What can we use under composite restoration?

_&Ca(OH) b.ZOE

c. reinforced ZOE

d. ZINC phosphate cement

,15) Gutta percha contain mainly: ~. gutta percha

...2~ zinc oxide

c. zinc phosphate

16) Sjngle rooted anterior teeth has endodontic treatment is best treated by:

~asted post and core "

b. preformed post and composite

c. preformed post and amalgam." \, d. composite post and core. "

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17) O~c of anatomical land rna rk is: ~la tragus line.

b. ala orbital.

c. frank fort plane.

18) The PH of Ca(OH} is equal to: a.5.5

h.7.5

,.$\12.5

d. 19.5

19) Hyperemia result in

a. trauma from occlusion. & pain of short duration. c, radiographic changes. d. all of short duration.

(~~::~ In er pro'~im~arics .of a_~~~!o.lJ$th is best dete~J>Y:'

.~ reapical X~ray film." --- .

~'. ;' bitewing X -ray film.

c. occlusal X-ray film.

d. none of the above. ,,(lVi/'\,

21) Mandibular foramen in young children is:

a. at level of occlusal plane. .

)I. V ~ above the level of occlusal plane.

c. anterior to the level of occlusal plane. ~ ~below the level of occlusal plane.,.

22) Rubber dam is used in pedo:

a. for visibility and accessibility.

h. to protect pt against swallowing any foreign material. c. for sterile field.

&Ca+b)

23) In primary teeth, pathologic cbanges in radiographs are always seen in: a. periapical area.

k

.r~J\ furcation area.

c. alveolar crest.

d. at base of developing teeth.

24) Eruption cyst "eruption hematoma" can be treated by:

~!10 treatment.

b. immediate incision.

c. complete uncoverage

d. observe for one week then incise.

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b fter trauma a tooth becom~ yellowish in color, this is due to:' . Va. necrotic pulp.

~b. irreversible pulpits .

. &'pulp is partially or completely obliterated, d. hemorrhage in the pulp.

26) Step deformity of mandibular bod)' fracture may be due to: a. forward pull of lateral pterygoid muscle.

A upward pull of masseter and ternporalis.

c. inward pull of medial pterygoid muscle.

d. downward pull of geniohyoid and mylohyoid .

.).7) In gamma 2 amalgam, the amount of copper is: ~ 'all3.1

b.21.5

c.16.2

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28) Inorganic material in bone comprise:

.L1r:::=.65 % b.25% c.10% d.95%

29) Facial nerve supply: a. masseter muscle.

h. temporalis muscle. &. buccinator muscle. d. mylohyoid muscle.

30) Polishing bur have:

a. less than 6 blades.

b. 6-7 blades.

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c. 10-12 blades.

/ct~more than 12 blades.

31) Pain during injection of local anesthesia in children could be minimized by:

a. slowly injection.

b. talking to the child during injection.

c. using loug needle. 11 (a+b)

32) Rubber dam is contraindicated in:

~pt with nasal obstruction.

b. mentally retarded pt.

c. uncooperative child.

d. (a+b)

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33) Ranula can be treated by: a. excision.

h. cauterization. c. incision.

-:d. marsupilization.

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QJrhC most common type of biopsy used in oral cavity is: ~a. excisional biopsy.

b. incisional biopsy.

c. aspiration through needle.

d. punch biopsy.

35) In maxillary lSI molars 4tb canal is found in: .&MB root.

b. DB root.

c. palatal root.

~rorm.c~esOI, wh~n it's llSe~ it should be: ~~1l concentration.

b. half concentration.

G' fifth concentration. d. none of the above,

37) 10 years old child present with bilateral swelling of submandibular area, what could be the disease:

a. fibrous dysplasia.

J~cherubism.

c. plermorphic adenoma

~:Pt complain from pain in #45 'which had gold onlay the pain could be due to: ..

~l a. chemicals from cement. .

..,/ h. high thermal conductivity of gold.

r.tt..:" ~elated to periodontal ligament. . L _ ")

~~ i ""Y'r~,,' n ... i ... p~ ....... (V-fl"--i '-~ L~--(".( ace (t,'),cJ. \~\'..:rY\.«\ I ':..'

39) Irrigation solutions are used in endodontics to;:

a. lubricate the canals.

b. flushes the debris.

c. bactericidal effect. ~all the above.

40) Which is most commonl

(lVclefi lip,

b. cleft palate.

c. bifid tongue.

d. cleft. lip and palate.

41) 'Which nerve pass through petrous part of temporal bone: a. V

AVII ~V1P~

c. IX

d. VIII

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42) Fracture upper central incisor in 8 year old child with pulp exposure. Management: tr).pixofication.

\ ~ulptomy.

"\ c. ReT.

43) 21 years old pt with pathological exposure in #35. management:

a. direct pulp capping.

b. indirect pulp capping. -S1root canal treatment.

A .... uring examination #34 show gingival recession buccally, th~e!lst correct ~sonls:

~. frenum attachment.

b. pt is right hand brusher. . '_'. '@cclus~l force.

a. inadequate gingiva.

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45) HyperccmenfatioiR: 9

1. occur in pajet disease.

2. difficult to extract.

3. bulbous root.

4. easy to manage by elevator.

a.1+2 b. 1+4

-..c. all the above.

46) For onlay preparation, reduction of functioning cusp should be: - --a. 1.5 mm

b2nun

c.l mm

47) Thickness of porcelain should he:

a. 0.3 - 0.5 nun

b. 0.05 ~ .15 nun AO.5-1.5mm

48) Class II composite resin is lined by:

AThG.I

b. reinforced zinc oxide eugenol.

c. zinc oxide euginol with ortho epoxy cement.

d. cavity varnish.

49) Occlusal plane is:

a. above the level of the tongue.

AJ .... below the level of the tongue.

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50) Lateral pterygoid muscle has how many origin: ~. one.

J.tD2.

c.5. d.7.

5l) During intra uterine life, empryo become fetus in.: a. }$1 week.

h. 1 $I month.

X' 2nd month, A3rd month.

52) All are single bone in the skull except:

..§ lacremal. h. occipital,

c. sphenoid.

d. vomer.

53) Foramen oval is in the following bone:

a. parietal.

b. temporal. 5\ occipital. ..,.1;Ll spheno id.

54) Iy\ hairy tongue, which taste burls increase in length:

Mfili form. .

b. fungi form.

c. foliate.

d. circumvallate.

55) Corona] suture is between:

a. occipital and temporal bone. -.!-1i1.. frontal and parietal bone. '.' c. occipita! and tympanic bone.

56) ~uring instrumentation, sudden disappear of root canal due to:

L~bifurcation of main canal. .

b. apical perforation.

c. calcification.

57) When does child should be first exposed for using tooth brush:

&at eruption offust tooth,

b. one year.

c. two year.

d. primary school year.

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58} Early loss of anterior teeth:

a. affect phonetic.

b. affect esthetics.

c. cause space loss.

A(a+ b)

e. all the above.

59) Amount of G.P should be left after post preparation: a. lrnrn

.J?14-5mm

c.10mm

d. none of the above.

~t is the number of pharyngeal" brancheal" arches:

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",JA6. d.7.

6]) 'What is the name of 1st pharyngeal arch: a. maxillary,

_£mamlibular.

62) In cavity preparation, the width of the cavity is: a. !h inter cuspal distance.

~/3 inter cuspal distance. .. ~ - \. ')

c. % inter cuspal distance.

63) Polyvinyle siloxane compared with polysulfide:

a. can be poured more than once,

b. can be poured after 7 days.

c. less dimentional stability. _~ ( 1 +2) t.\ -.' L

64) Hand over mouth technique is used in management of which child:

a. mentally retarded.

b. positive resistance.

c. uncooperative. ~hysterical.

65) Space loss occur in: a. proximal caries. ~arly extraction, . c. ankylosis.

(~ all' ofthe above.

,66) After amalgam tr'ituration, the mix should be placed within:

r" a.l min

--0.3 min

c. 5 min

d. 10 min

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67) Pit & fissure sealants are indicated in: a. deep pits & fissure

h. newly erupted tecth

!~h(lth a&b

68) Aphthous ulcer, compared with herpes ulcer is:

a. aphthous is more characteristic in histology

b. aphthous leaves scar

c. aphthous Jess response to stress A1aphthous occur in lining mucosa

69) Squamous cell carcinoma is derived from: ~ epithelial tissue

h. connective tissue

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70) Sybphillis first appearance:

a. multiple vesicle b.erythematous reaction ~ulcer

d. bullae

71) Management knife edge ridge in complete denture: -.......a. reline with resilient material

b .. maximum coverage 51 wide occlusal table

/d;all

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72) Fluoride which we use in the clinic does'nt cause fluorosis because: a. its not the same fluoride that cause fluorosis

~teeth already calcified .

c. calcium in the mouth counter

d. saliva wash it out

73) The antibiotic of choice in endodontics: a. metronidazole

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~Ilh penicillin

c. tetracycline

74) yerocious carcinoma: / a~ rna lignant

b. benign

75) SAIture commonly used in oral cavity:

:.It. black silk .

b. catgut

c. chromic

76) I,R combined endo-perio problem:

La\strut with endodontic tx. b. start with periodontic tx.

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77} Tooth fracture during extraction may occur due to: a non vital tooth

b. diabetic pt.

c. improper holding by forceps.

Aa&c

78) After scalIing and root planning healing occur b~': -.........a.. long junctional epithelium

b. new attachment

79) Caries consist of: ..1l, bacteria

b. fluid

c. epithelial cells

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80) Post retention depends on:

1. post length

2. post diameter

3. post texture

4. core shape

5. design of the prosthesis

a. 1,2

£1,2,3

c. all ofthe above

d. 1

81) Amount of reduction in PFM crown: ~l " ')

J..3~ .:)--

b. 1.7-2

c.2··5

82) AH26 is root canal sealer consist of: a. zinc oxide eugenol

A epoxy resin

83) Most common site of oral squamous cell carcinoma: a. postero-lateral border of tongue

~floor of the mouth c. buccal mucosa d.lip

e. skin

84) Dentinogenesis Imperfects pt. can suffer from the followings except:

a. fracture bone .

s. fracture enamel

c. blue sclera

~. pajet disease "supernumerary teeth

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85) 5 years old child lost his upper right 1'1 primary molar, best space maintainer is:

a. lingual bar .

h. crown and loop

A. band and loop

~n primary teeth, the ideal occlusal scheme is:

ush terminal' r Cl...... is" .-....... Jc,. ~,~ h4-

esia1 step J ho.. "e $. h C> J-l....... ~o-\

sta1 step

eFJ4"V,t ~hJ i('~ ~

...::>; _!Vlf)~ rc lue ('lqj~

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87) When you give a child a gift for good behavior this is called: ,..~ positive reinforcement

b. negative reinforcement

88) Hairy leukoplakia may be caused by:

a. broad spectrum antibiotic

b. H202 mouth wash

c. systemic steroids d.heavy smokers

~ all of the above

89) Bacteria in endodontic pathosis is:

Aporphyrornonous endodontalis obligate anaerobe ~streptococcus rnutans

c. staphylococcus aureus

90) In distal extention p.d, during relining occ. rest was not seated: mremove impression and repeat it

b. continue and seat it after relining

c. use impression compound

91) After taking alginate impression;

a. wash with water and spray with sodium hypochlorite for 10 sec . ..J:t.same but wait 5-10 min and then put it in sealed plastic bag

9.2) Polyether it':

/- a. less stable than polysulfide

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.,- b. less stiff than polysulfide

~ can absorb water andswell

93) 1\1any parts of bone are originally cartilaginous that replaced by bone: ~true

b. flase

94) Buccal object role in dental treatment of maxillary teeth:

a. MB root appear distal to P if cone is directed M to D

b. DB root appear mesial to P if cone is directed M to D

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95) The following are multilocular radiolucencies in x-ray except:

a. ameloblastoma

b. odontogenic kcratocyst !c\adenomatoid odontogenic cyst

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d. myxoma

~hcck biting in lower denture can occur if:

Qu. occlusal plane above tongue

b. occlusal plane below tongue

c. occlusal plane at lower lip '----t\; none of the above

97) Occlusal plane should be: a. parallel to Interpupillary line

(]) parallel to ala tragus line

c. at rest tongue is just above occlusal plane ta. all of the above

98) 33 years old female pt come with slow growing swelling in the angle ofthe mandible radiograph show radio-opaque with radio-lucent border diagnosis:

a. osteoma

g.osteosarcoma

Lc\ cemetoblastoma

99) 20 years old male pt came with severe pain on chewing related to lower left first molar,

intraoral examination reveals no caries,good oral hygiene, no changes in radiograph pt.give history of bridge cementation 3 days ago diagnosis:

a. pulp necrosis

~.acute apical periodontitis

c. chronic apical abscess

d. none of the above

100) 6 years old child have # 74 and # 84 extracted best space maintainer is: a. lingual arch

. .£1. bilateral band and loop

c. bilateral distal shoe r~ d. no need for space maintainer

. Cw~ Mobility in midface with step deformity in front zygomatic suture diagnosis: .. (!1.1efort III

~))efort II

c. bilateral zygomatic complex fracture

102) Pt. with lower complete denture, intraoral examination show white slightly elevated lesion with confined border. pt gives history of ill fitting denture tx. Is by: a. immediate surgical removal

~instruc\ pt. not to use denture for 2 weeks then follow up c. reassure pt. and no need for treatment

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103) Examination of residual ridge for edentulous pt. before construction of denture determine stability.support and retention related to the ridge

Atrue

b. false

(-Qon examination of alveolar ridge of elderly pt. for construction of lower denture ~asily displaceable tissue is seen in the crest ofthc ridge. Management is:

-a.minor surgery is needed

b. inform the pt. that retention of denture will decrease

c. special impression technique is required

(105) Class III jaw relation in edentulous pt. \_/ a. it will affect size of maxillary teeth

b. affect retention of lower denture .

---e.Iaffect esthetic and arrangement of maxillary denture d. all of the above

. 106) In recording maud-max relation, the best material used without producing pressure is:

a.wax

b. compound

~bite registration paste

107) In recording jaw relation, best to use: ............ -..5. occlusal rim with record base

b. occlusal rim with base wax

c. occlusal rim with metal frame

/ , 08) To recheck centric relation in complete denture:

/ '

--...a. ask pt. to swallow and close

b. ask pt. to place tip of thetongue in posterior area of denture and close

c. to wet his lip and tongue d'>a11 of the above

g;'.

109) By aging, pulp tissue will:

a. decrease in collagen fibers

b. increase cellularity and vascularity B decrease in size

110) Complete blood count "CBe" is a laboratory test important in dentistry:

~true .

h. false

111) In class I partially edentulous lower arch, selection of major connector depend on:

a. height of lingual attachment

b. mandibular tori

c. periodontal condition of remaining teeth

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A\an of the above

~

] ] 2) Endomcthasonc is a root canal seater that:

a. dissolve in fluid so it weaken the root canal filling --..a very toxic,contain formaldehyde

c. contain corticosteroids

d. all of the above

113) Scaler is used in ReT to:

~fill in voids .

b. increase strength ofRC filling

114) Ideal properties ofRC filling material is the following except: .La~adiolucent in radiograph

b. biocompatible

c. easily removal when retreatment is necessary

115) Cause that master GP not reach working length although it is the same size oflast file: ; n

/~dental debris

b. ledge formation c.a& b

d. none of the above

116) Follow up of ReT, after 3 years, RF was failed best to: a. extraction tooth

.h~redo ReT

c. apicoectomy

117) Clinical measurement done in recall of ReT is: ~. reduce size of path lesion

4J~no pain at percussion & palpation c. presence of acute inflammatory cell

118) Main apical foramen located:

4 very often lateral to apex .

b. always at apex

c. at lateral canal

119) V small access opening in upper central incisor lead to: ~. complete removal of the pulp

..Lb\ incomplete removal of the pulp

c. conservative restoration

120) Restoration of anterior teeth with ReT, abraded incisal edge and small M&d ,,...caries is bv:

. \ ,)

\ a'lful! crown

'11. composite restoration

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f-' t.l t /( r j r Y I ,.-\ o » e: ~l

{~f/~' 1'lV-dJ'

L t..'

121) Endodontically treated 2nd maxillary premolar with moderate M&D caries is best restored by:

a. amalgam

b. 0/.. ero wn L1. full crown d.onlay

122) MOD amalgam restoration with deep proximal mesial box, pt. come with pain

relat~d to it after I month due to: 0

La":.pulp involvement

b. supraocclusion

c. open contact

d. gingival recession

123) Reduction in amalgam restoration should be: a. l-T.Srnm

Lful.S-2rnm

c.2-3mm

d.3-Srnm

124) When esthetic is impt.iposterior class I composite is done in:

a. SUbgingival box

b. bad oral hygiene

c. contact free area

-.A\ class I without central contact

125) HEV can be transmitted by transplacenta: /.i\true

b. false

126) In sickle cell anemia, 02 is decreased in oral mucosa: (j1true

b. false

127) Destruction of RBe may cause anemia and it is due to defect in cell membrane:

fro. • .. 0

(a.Jrue 1). false

/-,

C' Vi28) ~mmuDofluoreceDt test and biopsy are used to diagnosis pemphigus:

<, '--- 49 true

~o b. false

129) After ReT, forinsertion of post dowel: a, post applied under pressure

b. post should be lose.

~insert it without pressure but with retention

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130) In single rooted teeth with root canal treatment, best restoration is: a, casted post and core

b. prefabricated post and amalgam ~. prefabricated post and composite

d. composite post and core without dowel

131) Selection of shade for com posite is done: a, under light

tP. after drying tooth and isolation with rubber dam j_~ none of the above

132) Measuring blood pressure is one of vital signs important in medically compromised pt

:~ true b. false

133) Most commonly, after placement of amalgam restoration pt. Complain from pain with:

a. hot

-11. cold

c. occlusal pressure

d. galvanic shock

e. sweet

134) In class V composite restoration,a layer of bonding agent is applied: ---a.. following removal of cement then cured

b. following removal of cement and Htett cured

/1 ... ,.

c. cured then removed cement - ~

135) Management of tuberosity fracture during extraction of maxillary molar is:

;.. aveplace and suture

b. remove and suture with primary heal

c . replace and slluiie intra alveolar by wire d. remove and leave it to heal

136) Microbial virulent produced by root canal bacteria is collagenase from spirochete: ~.true

V~ false

137) Bacteria in root canal pathosis: x, L~mixed anaerobe and aerobe

, '_~ single obligate anerobe ~aerobic

d. none of the above

138) Calcium hydroxide is used in deep cavity because it:

A stimulate formation of2ndry dentin l h. not irritant to the pulp

c. for thermal isolation

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139) Irrigation solution for ReT that cause protein coagulation is: -A sodium hypochlorite

b. iodine potassium

c. none of the above

140) Use of miswak and toothbrush

. /ft. toothbrush after meals and miswak at prayer time and when out of home b. toothbrush and miswak must be used together

141) Oral diaphragm consist mainly of:

a. tongue

b. geniohyoid muscle

c. digastric muscle A~ylohyoid muscle

142) Occlusal rest function:

a. to resist lateral chewing movement . '~ to resist vertical forces

c. stability

d. retention

143) In post and core preparation core must:

a. ex-tend to contrabevel

b. extend to full length tooth preparation

c. take same shape of natural tooth

d. take shape of preparation abutment ..1j a&d 2. a&b 3 d&c 4. a,b,c

144) In placement ofR.D a, 4jaw contact to teeth

....b~onJy 4 contacts 2 lingual surface a 2 B surface c. only 4 contacts 2 mesial and 2 distal

145) Chronic suppurative periodontitis: '--.l!. pt. complain from rnoderatepain

b. fistula with drain

c. pulp polyp in open coronal carious lesion

,

146) Acuter periodontal abscess a. fistula present

"'--lP.swel1ing enlargement in tooth site c.variable in pain

d.stabilishing l&D

e. none ofthe above

147) Masseter muscle extend from lower border of zygomatic arch to lateral border of ramus and angel of mandible

i,\ true

h. false

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] 48) Extend of temporalis behind infratemporal fossa of tern poral bone insert in coronoid process

_':& true

b. false

] 49) Main arterial supply to face is facial artcry and superficial temporal artery:

L'true ~false

Q Mandible is the 1st bone calcified in skull but clavicle start first but 'same V embryological time:

t1i)true

~. false

151) Some bone are formed by endochondral ossification like long bone. flat bone by intramembranous ossification and some bone by endochondral and intramem branous ossification:

Atrue .

b.false

152"Muscle 0V~~!:.~5iQ.9: are aU innervated by facial nerve: ~true

b. false .

153) Permeability of dentine:

a. bacterial products go throught it ~ decrease by smear layer

c. allow bacteria to go in

154) Toothbrushing and dental floss help in community prevention of periodontal disease:

Atrue b. false

155) Time of curing of dentine:

a. 10 sec.

b. 15 sec. /~30 sec. d. 60 sec.

156) Crown with opcn margin can be due to: j _~putting die spaceion finishing line M. waxing not covering all crown prep.

~~ver contouring of ~rown prevent seating during insertion e;rll of the above

157) Cell of chronic inflammation: .6h lymphocytes

b.PMN

c. neutrophils

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158) Dentist must:

a, treat pt medically

b. prescribe medicine to pt with medical problem

~ do clinical examination, take medica] history and evaluate the medical state.

~ Toothgcrm of primary teeth arise Irom:

U u. dental lamina C ~~. dental follicle

~ c. enamel organ

,.d. epithelial cell of malassez r »:

i 160) Reparative dentine: . V a. 2nd dentine

b. formed as dentine bridge above the pulp

c. highly tubular dentine and it is defective form of 1 st dentine Lthsclerosing dentine with less permeability

161) Physiological reaction of edema on vital pulp:

a. decrease tissue fluid by decompression of blood vessel /ti'~increase blood pressure

c. necrosis of pulp due to hyproxia and anoryxia:

] 62) Microabscess on vital pulp: start necrosis of small part and sequlae of destruction cycle and (t.UlX~PJlir:

a. true /!\false

163) Amalgam tattoo is an oral pigmentation lesion: ~true

b. false .

"

;Q},Oral and p~riOnll cyst formed from epithelial rest ofse~es/' c--- a. true ~,~alse

:'~.I

(i65) Development of maxilla ry process and med ial frontal process in med ial

L, ~ngation of central portion: .

~rue

b. false

,,166). Cementum contain cell like bone and it is yellow in color in vital, extracted, or

. jI

avulsed tooth but in non vital tooth) its color is dark:

€;itrue

b. false

167) Dentin composition:

~ 60-65 inorganic by wgt. (70%inorganic by volume)

b. 25% water by wgt. (12% water by volume)

c. 43% organic by wgt. (20% organic by volume)

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168) The prima ry direction for spread of infection in the mandible is to submental lymph node:

a. true '.A false

l69) 7 days after amalgam restoratlon pt came complaining of pain during putting spoon on the restored tooth. This is due to:

a. irreversible pulpitis

b. reversible pulpitis

c. broken amalgam .i~ galvanic action

170) Regarding tissue retraction around tooth:

a. short duration of retraction of gingival margin during preparation of finishing line

b. retraction of gingival margin during taking final impression to take all details of unprepared finish line

c. usually retracted severely inflamed gingival margin

d. retraction of gingival margin can be done by many ways one of them is retraction cord

1. a.b,c ,'~\a,d 3. b.c.d

/'17l)"DNA only infect human but RNA does not infect human: a. true

L1. false

172)lrtificial teeth best to be selected by: l-~reeA1raction cord

b. postextraction cord

173) In full gold crown, to prevent future gingival recession:

Gmake the tooth 'form good at gingival one third

b. make the tooth form good at gingival one fifth

c. make the tooth form good at gingival one half

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174) SUbgingival scaling and root planning is done by: . ~gracy curette

b.hoe

c. chisel

175) Paraesthesia of lower lip after su rgical removal of lower 8 is due to irritation of inferior alveolar nerve:

~true

h. false

176) Fluoride decrease dental caries by remineralizatlon of enamel:

LA true h. false

177) The aim of conditioning agent on dentin before GI cement is to remove smear layer:

'--....a. true

b. false

178) Compomer has same fluoride as GI: a. true

Lb'1false

180) Barbed broach in endodontics is used for pulp extirpation in relatively straight canals:

!~true

b. false

181) Fixed partial prosthesis is more successful in : ,.a\single tooth missing

h. multiple missing teeth

182) Best pontic is: a. ridge lap ..&hygienic

c. saddle

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