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Tanta UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY Dept. of prosthodontics Complete denture 2nd year students Name: ------------------------------------------------Class Serial No.: ------------------Date: Saturday, January 21st 2012 Time: 12- 1 PM Please read carefully: 1. 2. 3. 4. Circle the right answer ONLY. Each MCQ, True = 0.5 Marks Time allowed 60 minutes There are 8 pages (including the cover page).
What is its relation to the vibrating line: a. b. 3. Never causes patients to be irritated with by the appearance of their dentures. Reduced Overjet of posterior teeth. Causes people to be happy with their dentures. c. For the denture to have adequate retention. The palatepharyngeal fold. In front of vibrating line. b. b. d. The primary denture support area for a mandibular complete denture is: a. Setting of teeth with their long axes parallel to each other: a. For esthetic purpose. Using porcelain posterior teeth. Has no relation to vibrating line. . Sometimes this landmark does not exist. c. In complete dentures. Produces an artificial appearance to the dentures. d. b. Balanced occlusion in complete denture is essential : a. b. All of the above. cheek biting is most likely a result of : a. For the stability of the denture when the mandible is in centric and eccentric position. On the vibrating line.2 1. All of the above. e. d. For the patient to masticate properly. Teeth have large cusp inclines. Balanced occlusion is not essential in complete denture. Lingual pouch. e. one of the important landmarks is foveae palatini. 5. d. c. The vestibule. There are many landmarks in the oral cavity which helps in designing complete denture. d. Produces very natural looking teeth. 2. 4. c. Behind the vibrating line. c. The buccal shelf. e.
b. d. The maxillary artificial anterior teeth in complete denture are usually placed: a.A patient presents for provision of complete denture.In those patients with poor neuromuscular coordination . The denture. Should be relieved routinely to prevent impingement of nasopalatine nerves and blood vessels. Slightly labially to the crest of the ridge. 9. c. Semi-anatomic teeth. 11. c. Hamular notches. c. b. d. the type of teeth to be used is: a. Should not be relieved routinely. c. 8. d. Modiolus. Slightly palatally to the crest of the ridge. b. What is the most likely setting the upper posterior teeth: a.3 6. c. In infraocclusion as compared to original natural teeth. Mylohyoid ridge. Is surrounded by sharp narrow irregular ridges. Anatomic teeth. Buccal shelf is a stress bearing area because: a. b. All of the above. . Should be relieved routinely to prevent impingement on the mental nerve. d. d.bearing area covering the incisive foramen: a. Examination reveals Class ΙΙ superior protrusion. Which anatomical landmark is important to include in impression for lower full denture: a. None of the above. Outside the alveolar ridge. In the same place as the original natural teeth. Buccinator fibers are parallel. Lower incisive papilla. It has cortical bone. In the neutral zone. None-anatomic teeth. Mucosa is keratinized to the occlusal load. b. b. 7. 10.
b. All of the above. d. without horizontal overjet. None of the above. 12. Making the denture with the anterior teeth set with a large overjet similar to that exists in natural dentition.A complete denture wearer reports complaining of discomfort with his denture. 15. Gagging. 14.4 c. the possible discomfort may be: a. Support the lips and cheeks for esthetics. Cheek biting. c.In some Patients the maxilla is overdeveloped in the incisor region. 13. b. d. c. None of the above. d. b. and if a labial flange is placed the patient appear to have a swollen lip. The six upper front teeth are set directly onto the alveolar ridge without any labial flange. on examination. c. Permit change in position of upper posterior teeth when arranging the lower posteriors. Permit slight tooth movements brought about by pressure created during packing and processing of acrylic resin. c. Reduced taste. . b. Direct the forces of mastication to areas most favorable for support. tilt the upper anteriors backwards. Lap ridge relation.The relation of the teeth to the alveolar ridge. Provide stability. All of the above. d. For those patients.The posterior teeth are arranged with broken contact ( the posterior teeth are spaced by about 1/4mm in order to: a. Prevent crowded arrangement that might make it difficult to position the lower first premolar. Lisping. the horizontal positions of the teeth to the residual ridges involve placing the teeth anteroposteriorly and mediolaterally in order to: a. it is observed that the posterior teeth are set edge to edge. In these cases: a. d.
All of the above. None of the above. c. 21. Semi adjustable articulator. a. All of the above. Anatomical articulator. d. d. Is a horizontal curve. Mean value articulator. Temporalis muscle. To change the jaw relation as needed. None of the above. b. b.J is divided into upper and lower compartment by: a.M. d.Which muscle is responsible for lateral movement of the mandible: a.Curve of spee. d. 20. Geniohyoid muscle. None of the above. Keep the jaw relation. Temporalis muscle. All of the above. To correct the jaw relation.which articulator used to obtain balanced occlusion: a. Fully adjustable articulator. b.which muscle is elevate and retrude the mandible: a. c. Articular eminence.Attaching the upper and lower casts is to: a. d.T. c. b. b. c. 17. 19. b.5 16. d. 22. Is anteroposterior curve. c. b. . Lateral pterygoid muscle. Lateral pterygoid muscle. Bonwill triangle is related to: a. Simple hinge articulator. Mylohyoid muscle. Articular capsule. Simple hinge articulator. c. 18. Articular disc.
the incisal path is inclined to the horizontal plane which is called incisal angle it average about: a.An example of a thermoplastic impression material is: a. Masseter muscle. c. None of the above. 15 degree. 25.curve of spee conforms to an arc of a circle 7 cm. 26. Plaster b. Lateral pterygoid muscle. its center being: a. To protect border of impression d. None of the above. Hanau model H articulator. The crista lacremals. All of the above 29. The glabella. b. c. d. To give cast a proper form b.Which articulator is of arcon type: a. a. Acrylic resin 28. b. d. All of the above. d. c. To prevent wastage of material c. Medial pterygoid muscle.The boxing of final impression is done. Zinc oxide eugenol d. 20 degree. b. Mean value articulator. Loss of teeth . Plaster slab articulator. None of the above. b. Compound c.Vertical dimension at rest changes with: a.6 c.Which muscle function is protrusion and lateral movement of the mandible: a. 23. d. Anterior nasal spine. radius. Mean value articulator. Simple hinge articulator. d. 27. c. 24. 10 degree.
Mandible exists in following relationship with maxilla: a. b. Excessive ridge resorption. With mandible in its retruded position b. Boxing of impression. All of the above 35. Border molding. 33. Retruded position b.The decreased vertical dimension of occlusion will cause: a. All of the above. b. Lateral movement 34. d. . d.Muscle trimming of impression denotes: a. c. Dynamic position c. Discomfort in ear and TMJ.The following is not the primary objective of recording the impression a. Undercut removal. Centric relation b. Centric occlusion c. Rest position d.Relationship in which the teeth are separated and the head of the condyles are retruded in the glenoid fossa is: a. Stability c. Soreness of mouth. Retention b. Lateral relation 32. c. Support 31. Remain constant throughout life 30. Faulty dentures c. Occlusion d. The dynamic relationship of jaws d.7 b. Vertical dimension of rest d. With mandible in rest position c. Wrong centric d.Vertical dimension of occlusion when added to interocclusal distance lead to: a. Surgical intervention.
lower most position c. 38. Chemisorption 39. b. Anterior fibers of temporalis Posterior fibers of temporalis Middle fibers of temporalis Masseter 40. Within first 48 hours.-------------------muscles help to retrude the mandible a. Shrinkage d. Immediately.Impression of reversible hydrocolloids should be casted a.Loss of water from the impression by evaporation with a resulting distortion of the impression is referred to as: a. Posterior. Synergesis b. c. c. c. Occlusion Articulation Mechanically balanced occlusion Anatomic occlusion ************************************ Good luck . b.8 36. d. Anterior. None of the above 37.When the mandible is in centric relation the condyles are in their: a. None of the above. d. b.---------------------------is the state of dynamic contact between the occlusal surface of the teeth during function a. Within first 24 hours. lower most position b. upper most position d. Imbibition c. Rearmost. d.
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