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1- The distance from the CEJ to the base of the pocket is a measure of ____  Clinical attachment level  Gingival

recession  Probing pocket depth  Alveolar bone loss 2- Which of the following is most important in determining the prognosis for a tooth?  Probing pocket depth  Bleeding on probing  Clinical attachment level  Level of alveolar bone 3- What are the characteristics of the primary (initial) bacterial colonizers of the tooth in dental plaque formation?  Gram-negative facultative  Gram-positive facultative  Gram-negative anaerobic  Gram-positive anaerobic 4- The most common clinical sign of occlusal trauma is ____.  Tooth migration  Tooth abrasion  Tooth mobility  Tooth attrition 5- What is the most important procedure to perform during the initial postoperative visits following periodontal surgery?  Plaque removal  Visual assessment of the soft tissue  Periodontal probing  Bleeding index 6- Dental wear caused by tooth-to-tooth contact is ____  Abrasion  Attrition  Erosion  Abfraction

Given the same amount of attachment loss and 22.     Both statements are true. First statement is true. reveals a probing pocket depth of 6 mm on the facial of tooth 30.     Lymphocytes Plasma cells Neutrophils Macrophages . The closer the base of the pocket is to the apex of the tooth.Your examination. Both statements are false. Second statement is false.Which of the following are antigen-presenting cells?     Neutrophils T-lymphocytes Macrophages Plasma cells 10.7. Second statement is true 11. The free gingival margin is 2 mm apical to the CEJ (there is 2-mm recession on the facial% How much attachment loss has there been on the facial of this tooth?     6 mm 2 mm 8 mm 4 mm 8. what species are predominant in supragingival tooth-associated attached plaque?     Gram-negative rods and cocci Gram-negative filaments Gram-positive filaments Gram-positive rods and cocci 9. same pocket depth. First statement is false.In general.The predominant inflammatory cells in the periodontal pocket are ____. the worse the prognosis. a single-rooted tooth and a multirooted tooth have the same prognosis.

The inorganic component of subgingival plaque is derived from ____.Which of the following is am important constituent of gram-negative microorganisms that contributes to initiation.For most periodontitis-affected patients. what is the recommended interval for maintenance appointments?  1 month  3 months  6 months . of the host inflammatory response?     Exotoxin Lipoteichoic acid Endotoxin Peptidoglycan 15.Calculus is detrimental to the gingival tissues because it is ____.Patients with which of the following should not he treated with ultrasonic instruments?  Deep periodontal pockets  Edematous tissue  Infectious diseases  Controlled diabetes 14.     A mechanical irritant Covered with bacterial plaque Composed of calcium and phosphorous Locked into surface irregularities 17.  Bacteria  Saliva  Gingival crevicular fluid  Neutrophils 16.Offset angulation is a characteristic feature of  Sickle scalers  Universal curettes  Area-specific curettes  Chisels 13.12.

Which of the following are part of Preliminary Phase therapy? a.Which of the following are the most important proteinases involved in destruction of the periodontal tissues?     Hylauronidase Matrix metalloproteinases Glucuronidase Serine proteinases 19. 1 year 18. which of the following must be considered relative to the donor site?  Presence of bone on  the facial  Width of attached  gingiva  Thickness of attached  gingiva  All of the above .Restoration margins are plaque-retentive and produce the most inflammation when they are located     Supragingival Subgingival At the level of the gingival margin On buccal surfaces of teeth 20. b. and c b. Removal of calculus     a. and d a and b only b and d only 21. Extraction of hopeless teeth c. Treatment of emergencies b. c.When performing a laterally repositioned flap. Plaque control d.

Plasma cells  a and b  a and c  b and d  b and c .Polymorphisms in which of the following genes have been associated with severe chronic periodontitis ?     IL-6 IL-1 TNF PGE 23.Which of the following are cells of the innate immune system? a.22. Plasma cells  a and b  a and c  b and d  b and c 25.Which class of bony defect responds best to regenerative therapy?  One-walled  Two-walled  Three-walled  Shallow crater 24.Which of the following are cells of the innate immune system? a. Neutrophils and monocytes/macrophages b. T cells and B cells c. Mast cells and dendritic cells d. T cells and B cells c. Mast cells and dendritic cells d. Neutrophils and monocytes/macrophages b.