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MDS / ADC / NBDE & NDEB Coaching


The ADC examination is a screening examination to establish that dentists trained in
dental schools which have not been formally reviewed and accredited by the ADC
have the necessary knowledge and clinical competence to practice dentistry.

 Examination Initiative support
 Procedures for Assessment and Recognition of Overseas Qualification
 Eligibility requirement information
 Format, Timing and Venues of the ADC Examinations
 Occupational English Test (OET)
 Preliminary Examination MCQs and SAQs
 Study material – Specific test item formats
 Entry requirements to New Zealand registration examination process

Academy of Higher Education and Advancements in Dentistry (A.H.E.A.D)
57 / 11, Old Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi – 110060, INDIA
Ph: +91-11- 25716297, +91-9310187297

Unlimited attempts are permitted for this examination but it must be undertaken within three years of passing the Preliminary Examination. or • The OET. but sample multiple choice questions are made available to enrolled candidates. A pass in the IELTS or OET (at the specified level) is valid for two years only. interaction on Clinical Schedule for Part – II Months $ 2500 notes & expected Procedures. Answers. 10 US Online Test Series • Books recommended for Schedule Tests are repeated Online on Months $ 900 for Part – I Exam ADC : mcqs & saqs. ADC Simulated clinical subjects. or • The Occupational English Test (OET). reading. Regular Classes Booklets in all basic & Discussions. Exclusive viva Check Training Course 2 US questions. It is used for professional registration and migration purposes. All components or sub-tests of either test must be passed at the specified level in a single sitting. Check Answers & Combined Rankings. First attempt candidates will have priority over repeat attempt candidates ADC EXAM COACHING : Course options at AHEAD Academy Course Course Name of Course Course Content Charges Study Material Duration Schedule • AHEAD Review Booklets in all basic & Sunday Tests with Explanatory 1. reading. overseas qualified dental practitioners must successfully complete either of the following English language tests at the specified level: • The IELTS academic module. Typhodonts 3. Weekdays for practice Assignments with saqs Perform Procedures on ADC Simulated Models. Combined Rankings. Final Examination . It is designed to test your knowledge of the practice of dentistry and of clinical and technical procedures as they are practiced in Australia. Previous examination papers are not available. with grades of A or B in each of the four sub-tests (listening. Preliminary examination : It is a written examination in multiple choice and short written answer format. The occupational English Test is a test of English for medical and health professionals. explanations. A pass is valid for three years. writing and speaking).Occupational English Test (OET) or IELTS academic module : ADC now accepts either of the following English language tests: • The International English Language Testing System Academic module (IELTS). expert faculties in all subjects on Page 4 Sat : 2pm to 8pm Tests are available Online on • Simulated Tests with Sun : 8am to 5pm Class Notes. Unlimited attempts are permitted for this examination but a new fee must be paid for each attempt. writing and speaking).Clinical : In order to be eligible to sit for the Final Examination you must pass the Preliminary Examination. Check Simulated Tests 10 US • Books recommended for Doubt solving sessions with the Schedule for Part – I Exam Months $ 1800 ADC : mcqs & saqs. Tests & 2. As part of the ADC’s assessment and examination pathway. on Page 4 Weekdays also • Simulated Tests with Answers • AHEAD Review Weekend Classes. with a minimum score of seven in each of the four components (listening. New Mcqs. Differential on Page 13 Exam questions Diagnosis of Pathologies & Treatment Planning . ADC Clinical • Previous year viva & Patients. The Clinical examination is held over three to six days. Explanatory with ADC clinical subjects.

Details of Course options for ADC Exam Coaching Option 1 : Online Test Series for ADC Part – I Exam Online Tests are available at www. references & combined Rankings  Every Sunday tests are conducted simultaneously online & at AHEAD Academic Test Centers. typhodonts.  Exclusive Viva Interaction on Differential Diagnosis of various pathologies & their Treatment Planning Combination of Options 1 & 3 or Options 2 & 3 are also available .  These sessions cover both MCQs & SAQs as per the ADC Exam  Tests & Discussions covering all subjects to prepare you for ADC Part .  All procedures are performed by the students on ADC simulated models.aheadacademy. Oral Surgery & Pedodontics as additional subjects.  Mock ADC Exams are conducted followed by discussions with experts & explanatory answers are distributed after the tests.  Doubt Solving sessions are also conducted with the teachers in all subjects.  Weekly assignments are given to all students in order to prepare for the next forthcoming subject wise test. Summarized Class notes are distributed.  Previous Tests are available for repeat attempts online 24 hours x 7 days  Study material in the form of books recommended for ADC are sent to all enrolled candidates by courier Option 2 : Regular Classes with Tests & Discussions for ADC part 1 Exam  Classes are conducted by experienced faculty in all specialties on every Sat & Sun as per the predecided Schedule. Prosthodontics & Restorative Dentistry with Periodontics.  All tests are with explanatory answers. practice infection control and gain confidence for handling the patients and perform guided treatment. learn ideal procedures.I Exams alongwith study material. Radiology. extracted teeth & allotted patients  Focus is on Endodontics. Option 3 : Clinical Training Course for ADC Part II Exam.  ADC Simulated Clinical Course allows the candidates to enhance their working skills.

110 Final (Clinical) Examination: November 2011 series $ 6. • International cheques must be in Australian dollars and drawn against an Australian bank. • Cheques are to be made payable to the Australian Dental Council and accompany all applications. SCHEDULE OF FEES BY ADC Applicable as on 01 January 2012 DENTISTS Item Fee Assessment for Eligibility $ 610 Preliminary Examination: September 2011 $ 1. .185 Verification of Preliminary Examination Results $ 120 Verification of Final (Clinical) Examination Results $ 120 Review Against Procedures of Final (Clinical) Examination $ 950 All fees are shown in Australian dollars DENTAL HYGIENISTS. VISA.615 Supplementary Examination $ 2. DENTAL THERAPISTS Item Fee Assessment for Eligibility $ 610 Issue of ADC Certificate (Dental Hygienist or Dental Therapist) $ 120 All fees are shown in Australian dollars Please refer to the examining bodies for details of the additional fees charged to sit the examinations Payment to ADC Authorities : • Fees may be paid via bank cheque. MasterCard or Australia Post money order.

13 Module Completion Test 32 Sun. 7th April. 13 Dental Anatomy & Histology 49 Sun. 13 Dental Anatomy & Histology Module – VI 25 Sun. 9th June. 15th Sept. 27th Oct. 13 Oral Pathology 10 Sun. 13th Oct. 13 Module Completion Test 45 Sun. 3rd March. 16th June. 13 General Pathology 31 Sun. 14th July. 13 General Pathology Sun. 13 Periodontics Module – X 42 Sun. 13 Module – V 20 Prosthodontics 21 Sun. 13 Microbiology 30 Sun. 28th April. 13 Orthodontics 13 Sun. AHEAD ACADEMY ADC Tests & Discussions Schedule. 17th March. 2013 WEEK DAY & DATE TEST 1 Sun. 8th Dec. 19th May. 13 General Medicine Module – III 12 Sun. 13 Oral Surgery 47 Sun. 29th Dec. 13 Anatomy Sun. 13 Module Completion Test 11 Sun. 13 Module Completion Test 41 Sun. 13 Dental Materials 18 Sun. 13 Dental Materials 43 Sun. 13 Module Completion Test 28 Sun. 13 Pedodontics Module – IV 16 Sun. 10th March. 13 Oral Medicine & Radiology Sun. 21st April. 13 General Surgery 48 Sun. 28th July. 15th Dec. 7th July. 24th March. 1st Sept. 13 Oral Medicine & Radiology 44 Sun. 12th May. 14th April. 8th Sept. 13 Module – I 2 Physiology 3 Sun. 13 Module Completion Test 19 Sun. 13 Prosthodontics Module – XI 46 Sun. 11th Aug. 13 Module Completion Test 37 Sun. 4th Aug. 30th June. 13 Oral Pathology 35 Sun. 31st March. 13 Anatomy 26 Sun. 29th Sept. 13 Pedodontics 40 Sun. 5th May. 13 Conservative & Endodontics 39 Sun. 3rd Nov. 13 Module Completion Test 24 Sun. 13 Module – II 7 Pharmacology 8 Sun. 13 Physiology 27 Sun. 23rd June. 18th Aug. 24th Feb. 13 Periodontics 17 Sun. 1st Dec. 13 Module Completion Test . 13 Oral Surgery 22 Sun. 17th Feb. 21st July. 13 Conservative & Endodontics 14 Sun. 22nd Dec. 27th Jan. 2nd June. 13 Preventive & Community Dentistry 9 Sun. 13 Module Completion Test 15 Sun. 26th May. 13 Biochemistry Module–VII 29 Sun. 13 Microbiology 5 Sun. 13 General Medicine 36 Sun. 13 Biochemistry 4 Sun. 17th Nov. 13 General Surgery 23 Sun. 10th Nov. 24th Nov. 13 Pharmacology Module – VIII 33 Sun. 13 Orthodontics Module – IX 38 Sun. 3rd Feb. 13 Module Completion Test 6 Sun. 20th Oct. 6th Oct. 25th Aug. 22nd Sept. 10th Feb. 13 Preventive & Community Dentistry 34 Sun.

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TMJ and masticatory muscles.A. A 23 year-old female comes to you with Gingival abscess in the right upper central incisor region which she had a blow to 10 days ago. • Transfer the treatment options to the patient in a simple language and this stage should include the approximate cost and any need for future follow up. previous major operations. What are the causes? How to prevent them? What is your management? Most probable cause of the rampant caries is the frequent intake of sugar. obtaining a patient consent/s.25716297. abrasion. arrange for appointments and financial considerations • Reconfirm the definitive treatment plan and make sure the patient’s expectations are what the result would be. and look for any attrition. lip. Old Rajinder Nagar. write just heading or points of the procedures or description March 2000 1. regeneration of the periodontal attachment loos and stabilisation of gingival contours would be my next step in managing the patient. From the medical history you find the patient is on Tricyclic Anti-depression medication. Academy of Higher Education and Advancements in Dentistry (A. tachycardia.H. But we must be able to visualize adequately a child’s teeth and mouth and have access to a reliable historian for non-clinical data elements. erosion. and difficulty in urination. skin colour and lesions. breathing. • Finally and it is an important part is the patient consultation to present and discuss the treatment plan and give the alternative options. sex. do not write too much in the short answers exam. Extra examination includes the general morphology. 3. skeletal base. AHEAD Test and Discussions – SAQ Short answers From a personal experience. eyes. fracture or caries of the enamel” then examine the periodontal tissues and record any tooth mobility or badly restored teeth. any medication is taken at the time she is presented…etc. How would you manage this patient? • Complete building the medical and the dental history to reach a proper diagnosis and find the aetiology of the chief complaint so I can start assessing the case by evaluating the available information. • Bear in mind all this information should be recorded appropriately for future follow up and to adhere to the Australian Dental Board policies. increased sweating. and systemically it causes blurred vision. weight gain. • Clinical examination in both directions Extra and intra. since then the tooth is a bit www. increased sensitivity to the sun.D) 57 / 11. Intra orally starts with soft tissues and oral mucosa and muscles followed by the dental examination by examining the teeth and focusing on the tissues. What is your management? • Gathering general information including but not limited to name.ahead_academy@yahoo. age. Some of these side effects will disappear with the passage of time or with a decrease in the dosage. the overall case assessment is an essential step that allows the considerations of treatment options and a provisional treatment plan to be formulated. bone and teeth next to tenderness and the blow area. then the oral hygiene methods that have been adapted by the patient. • Assess the case and advise for a rigid splint or extraction and fixed prothesis later…etc and this is completely demandant on the outcome of the assessment. 9310187297.aheadacademy. A 13 year old patient has rampant caries and gingival swelling. or hypominerlization on the tooth surface or any abnormality in the gingivae or hard tissues “Faceting. • Resolution of any acute problems and stabilisation or elimination of active disease. constipation. mostly this is prepared and universal for all patients. sedation (sleepiness). 2. • If it is not possible to get in contact with the GP refer to the MIMs to get more information about the drug to find out what I can or I can not prescribe • Assessing and managing accordingly any emergencies situations that exist. • Tricyclic has a side affects on the oral cavity by causing dry mouth. postural hypotension.E. lymph nodes. Email. the overall case assessment is an essential step that allows the considerations of treatment options and a provisional treatment plan to be formulated. now she is complaining of pain and tenderness started two days ago. bleeding swelling…etc • Eliminating any acute problems or active diseases I will assess the periodontal tissues and elimination of any active diseases. • Check the occlusal view if possible and the result of the blow on the occlusal harmony and the other tissues. Ph: 011 . New Delhi – 110060. • Building the medical and the dental history to help building a proper diagnosis and find the aetiology of the chief complaint so I can start assessing the case by evaluating the available information. • Reassessment of the periodontal situation by assessing the patient occlusal stability and plan for any restorative or prosthetic management. acute . • Consult the patient’s GP for any precautions should be taking or any modification to the treatment should be followed. • Order any special tests required and in this case a periapical to start with seems to be essential.

skeletal base. The management includes. • Stress: physical and emotional stress. For example. • Genetic factors: periodontal diseases represent a complex interaction between microbial challenge and the host’s response to that challenge. Prognosis is adversely affected if the base of the pocket is close to the root apex. Also patient should be informed about the effects of smoking on the healing process. AHEAD Test and Discussions – SAQ Prevention programme starts with assessing all 3 components of caries risk–clinical conditions. lip. studies have shown that the severity of periodontitis is significantly higher in patients with type I and II diabetes than in those without diabetes. skin colour and lesions. abrasion. may alter the patient’s ability to respond to the periodontal treatment performed. • Gathering general information including but not limited to name. hypominerlization or any abnormality in the gingivae or hard tissues “Faceting. a complete analysing of the diet regime.D) 57 / 11. breathing.H. any medication is taken at the time she is presented…etc. look for any attrition.aheadacademy. For the younger patient. as well as substance abuse. Endorsing a good oral hygiene plan that suits the patient and the advice for a regular topical fluoride application is as important as the diet. • Check the occlusal view if possible and the result of the blow on the occlusal harmony and the other tissues. mostly this is prepared and universal for all patients. Without these. Therefore effective removal of plaque on daily basis by patient is critical to the success of the periodontal therapy and to the prognosis. 9310187297. then build a new diet system prevents less frequent take of carbohydrates and in sever cases could include changing sugar to carbohydrate free substitute. • Disease severity: Studies have demonstrated that a patient’s history of previous periodontal disease may be indicative of their susceptibility for future periodontal break down. previous major operations.E. Extra examination includes the general morphology. all these should be weighed against the benefits that would accrue to the adjacent teeth if the tooth under consideration were extracted. having a good prognosis is dependent on the ability of the patient and the clinician to remove these etiologic factors • Subgingival restorations: may contribute to increased plaque accumulation.A. Patients with diabetes or with newly diagnosed diabetes should be informed about the impact of diabetic control on the development and progression of periodontal disease. treatment can not succeed. TMJ and masticatory muscles. There are systemic and environmental factors such as: • Smoking: Epidemiologic evidence suggests that smoking may be the most important environmental risk factor impacting the development and progression of periodontal disease. environmental characteristics.25716297. • Assess the case and treat according to the diagnosis outcome. both of which may be influenced by environmental factors such as smoking. fracture or caries of the enamel” then examine the periodontal tissues and record any tooth mobility or badly restored teeth. Old Rajinder Nagar. the prognosis is better in the older of two. age. Intra orally starts with soft tissues and oral mucosa and muscles followed by the dental examination by examining the teeth and focusing on the tissues. • Clinical examination in both directions Extra and intra. sex. Email. eyes. Systemic fluoride may be applicable depends on the case and the water fluoridation program in the area. Therefore in most cases. 4. What are the factors that will influence the management and outcome of this patient? The overall clinical factors are: • Patient age: for two patients with comparable level of the remaining connective tissues attachment and alveolar bone. bearing in mind that the target is to treat the acute problems or manage any source of pain then reserve as much as possible of the child teeth tissues. Academy of Higher Education and Advancements in Dentistry (A. Ph: 011 . The Local Factors: • Plaque /calculus: the microbial challenge presented by bacterial plaque and calculus is the most important local factor in periodontal diseases. There also is evidence that genetic factors may play an important role in determining the nature of the host response. the prognosis is not as good because of the short time frame in which the periodontal destruction has occurred. the overall case assessment is an essential step that allows the considerations of treatment options and a provisional treatment plan to be formulated. and willingness and ability to maintain good oral hygiene. and general health . increased inflammation and increased bone loss when compared with supragingival www. • Building the medical and the dental history to reach a proper diagnosis and find the aetiology of the chief complaint so I can start assessing the case by evaluating the available information. New Delhi – 110060. lymph nodes. bone and teeth next to tenderness. Also the height of the remaining bone. • Patient complaisance/ cooperation: the prognosis for patients with gingival and periodontal disease is critically dependant on the patient’s attitude and desire to retain natural teeth. erosion. In some cases this is maybe because the younger patient suffers from an aggressive type of periodontitis.ahead_academy@yahoo. Patient with chronic periodontic disease. Therefore it should be made clear to the patient that a direct relationship exist between smoking and the prevalence and incidence of periodontitis. • Systemic disease /condition: the patient’s systemic background affects overall prognosis in several ways. • Plaque control: bacterial plaque is the primary etiological factor associated with periodontal disease. .D) 57 / 11. New Delhi – 110060 Ph: www.E.D MDS / ADC / NBDE Coaching AHEAD QUICK REVIEW NOTES Multiple Choice Questions ADC (Prelims) Academy of Higher Education and Advancements in Dentistry (A.H. 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ahead_academy@yahoo. 8% Stannous fluoride of nerve fibres? A. Email. Examination shows several deep 20. Acute apical periodontitis Academy of Higher Education and Advancements in Dentistry (A. Conserve lingual dentine 12. dentine formation then enamel formation. Angioneurotic oedema C. 7. A reduction in the number of tubules 4. Usually in a response to trauma B. Where any further excavation of dentine would result pain. reparative fluoridation: dentine.A. decay. Zone of bacterial penetration. Internal resorption is. Infectious mononucleosis D. H2SiF2 D. AHEAD Test and Discussions – ADC Preliminary examination 1. 5. A. 18. and oedema of the upper lip with redness B. reduce cusp by 2mm following the outline of the cusp 13. A. Which of the following would be ONE possible silicate restorations in the anterior teeth but examination is indication for indirect pulp capping? negative for caries. water and weak acid A.5mm away from pulp is. 50% 3. A 45 years-old patient awoke with swollen face. Acute periapical abscess B. elongation of enamel A. handpiece lingually is to.D) 57 / 11. Zone of bacterial penetration. Displacement of fragments and dryness. odontoblast. A reversal line B. For an amalgam restoration of a weakened cusp you B. Removal of caries has exposed the pulp gastrointestinal x-rays at the local hospital and was given a C. Radiolucency over unaltered canal A. . reduce cusp by 2mm on a flat base for more E. A resting line C. When carious lesion has just penetrated DEJ clean bill of health. demineralisation. Differentiation of odontoblast. Which of the following statement about the defective 15. Clean with pumice. Elongation of enamel epithelium. What is the sequence from superficial to the deepest in dentine caries? 6.25716297. The most common cause of failure of the IDN “Inferior A. The patient’s in pulp exposure. Dental Nerve” block is. Surface resorption.23% APF C. puffiness A. demineralisation. The best way to clean a cavity before the placement of GIC www. dentine formation then enamel formation. Sharp curvature B. The larger the breakdown. Peritubular dentine 19. The nerve supply of the pulp is composed of which type E.The junction between primary and secondary dentine is A. dentine formation then enamel formation. thermal tests. sclerosis. Acid itch cavity then dry thoroughly D. The most mineralised part of dentine is. Replacement resorption A. palpation. The condition is: A. C and D F. Differentiation of odontoblast. Which one of the following is used in water C. Distal 9. Parallel to the long axis of tooth 16. elongation of enamel epithelium. The percentage of total dentine surface / dentinal C. Lingual C. New Delhi – 110060. the greater the chance of epithelium. Remove unsupported enamel D. Before filling a class V abrasion cavity with GIC you should. pain or dental complaints. Afferent & sympathetic 8. Parallel to the outer wall B. Radiopacity over unaltered canal C. Zone of bacterial penetration. Injecting too low B. Perio abscess like appearance around the eyes. 14. A. external resorption 2. Avoid lingual pulp horn C. Mesial D. and periapical area of ramififaction. Dry the cavity thoroughly before doing anything C. What is the common appearance of vertical tooth fracture? 10. Facial / buccal B. Injecting too high B. When he went to bed he had no swelling. Old Rajinder Nagar. What is the correct sequence of events margins of amalgam restorations is true? A. The retention pin in an amalgam restoration should be C.H. Which direction does the palatal root of the upper first A.E. SnF2 B. reparative dentine A. CaSiF2 17. reduce 2mm for retention form tubules 0. Inflammatory resorption D.aheadacademy. 20% B. A. Avoid buccal pulp horn B. the purpose of inclining the 11. A. Phosphoric Acid molar usually curve towards? C. H2O2 B. rubber cup. A. percussion. Internal resorption should. differentiation of placed. reparative dentine. demineralisation. On replantation of an avulsed tooth you could see. sclerosis. A. C. All of the above resistance B. temperature is normal. Ph: 011 . The day before he had a series of B. Acute maxillary sinusitis E. For lower premolars. 9310187297. sclerosis. Polyacrylic acid A. A. 1.

Patient received heavy blow to the right body of the A. Antibiotic therapy and nasal decongestants tape on each package C.1ml of blood from Hepatitis B carrier is more C. What is NOT TRUE in relation to the prescription of 5mg or 10mg of diazepam for sedation? 30. the next day there was no 28. Extraction of tooth D. A cyst at the apex of an upper central incisor measuring E. Fracture in the mandible first molar region E. Exteriorizing the cyst through the buccal bone and infective than 0. Difficulty in achieving adequate local anaesthesia Academy of Higher Education and Advancements in Dentistry (A. Trigeminal neuralgia C.A. As Benzodiazepine the action can be reversed with 1 cm in diameter is visualized in radiograph and Flumazepil confirmed by aspiration biopsy. Ludwig’s angina 22.aheadacademy. Which of the following is TRUE in regard to high risk A. The problem that can be anticipated in C. Signs and symptoms that commonly suggest cardiac A. Routine orthograde endodontic treatment followed by means that active disease is not present observation. Facial paralysis the routine dental therapy is: D. Left sub-condylar region B. What is the main purpose of performing pulp test on a recently traumatised tooth? 29. Bell’s palsy A. The most significant finding in clinical evaluation of parotid mass may be accompanying. A 65 years-old woman arrived for dental therapy. HIV patient D. sub-condylar region 24.1ml of blood from Hepatitis B carrier is less B. Ankle oedema and dyspnoea C.D) 57 / 11. Patient commonly complain of post operative failure in a patient being assessed for oral surgery are. Hepatitis B patient followed by endodontic treatment. occurred:** A. Making a mucoperiosteal flap and removing the cyst D. Increased tendency to syncope E. Level of virus in the saliva is not significant for through an opening made in the alveolar bone. Traumatic bone cyst B. The presence of Hepatitis B core Antigen in the blood E. Palpitations and malaise when the drug is given one hour preoperatively C. Left body of the mandible A. Ph: 011 . 26. E. Start endodontic treatment C.ahead_academy@yahoo. Loss of sensation in the lower lip may be produced by. AHEAD Test and Discussions – ADC Preliminary examination 21. 9310187297. There is a profound amnesic action and no side D. which method of treatment would you consider?** 25. 0. Right sub-condylar region E. 0. Extraction of the central incisor and retrieving the patient? cyst through the socket A. Recurring oral infection D. headache A. New Delhi – 110060. The A. Extreme susceptibility to pain E. A persistent oroantral fistula for a 12 weeks period sterilization procedures.1ml of blood from HIV patient through an opening made in the alveolar bone. 27. Use colour change tape in each load and spore tests weekly 33.H. Use indicator strips daily and spore test weekly D. Use spore test daily probably heal spontaneously B. . You should suspect B. Nodular consistency severe www.25716297. Use colour change tape daily and spore test monthly E.1ml of blood from HIV patient mucosa B. Level of virus are similar in the blood and saliva of followed by tooth removal. Erythema and pain affects E. Cleaning debris from root canal D. Elevated temperature and nausea B. Tendency towards prolonged haemorrhage C. Pallor and tremor D. Xerostomia B. A. response to pulp tests you should? A. Decalcification of dentine C. Slow progressive enlargement A. Your employer makes an attempt to update office 32. what would you recommend as following the extraction of a maxillary first permanent the BEST method to verify that sterilization has molar is best treated by. Excision of the fistula and surgical closure D. Old Rajinder Nagar. Symphysis region 23. Obtain baseline response mandible sustaining a fracture there. Following trauma to tooth. What is the main function of EDTA in endodontics? B. Making a mucoperiosteal flap and removing the cyst infective than 0. Obtain accurate indication about pulp vitality a second fracture to be present in. Email. Use indicator strips in each load and colour change B.E. Maxillary antral wash out and nasal antrostomy. Curettage and dressing of the defect C. Lympha adenopathy answered questionnaire shows that she is suffering from B. An acceptable level of anxiolytic action is obtained B. Active metabolites can give a level of sedation up to 8 hours post operatively 31. Review again later B. E. Further review and reassurance since it will most A.

Irregularly outlined erythematous area of hyper D. No preferred location D. Prophylactic prescription of dexamethasone will irregularly outlined areas dramatically reduces post operative swelling D. Hand. Suppuration is mainly the result of the combined action B. The pain is usually unilateral D. Pyloric stenosis C. Raising a lingual flap will increases the incidence of B. G. Anterior dorsal surface A. Furrows outlined the dorsal surface radiating out from neurapraxia but will reduce the incidence of a central groove in the centre of the tongue neurotmesis with respect to the lingual nerve C. A.H.ahead_academy@yahoo. Neutralization Academy of Higher Education and Advancements in Dentistry (A. Irregularly outlined areas of hyperkeratosis of the dramatically the chances of infection dorsal surface of the tongue B. Haematoma A. leukoplakia? A. Serotonins E. An attack of pain is usually preceded by sweating in dentists for chemical cautery of hypertrophic tissue and the region of the forehead aphthous ulcers. Local cutaneous invasion C. Usually caused by Candida species A. Endogenous morphine like substances which can 42. foot and mouth disease 45. Kaposi sarcoma on the palate C. Which of the following is NOT CHARACTERISTIC of hours after starting a course of antibiotic for oral trigeminal neuralgia?** infection. Associated with HIV virus infection and is 36. Reduced haemoglobin D. Infection with pneumocystic carinii E. As far as surgical removal of wisdom teeth is concerned. which of the following is not one of these C. this is an example of. Lateral border anteriorly earliest finding? B. Osmotic pressure D. 9310187297. E.D) 57 / 11. The pain usually last for few seconds up to a minute A. Fibrous epulis factors? D. Side effect of the drug B. Type IV hypersensitivity reaction E. Activation of tissue enzymes treatment with Carbamazepine C. has been used by D. Collection of neutrophils 44. They supply fibrin stabilizing factors E. Nervous disorder in the early stages of the disease C.aheadacademy. which of the following is the A. Thermodynamic action B. Necrosis E. Always associated with trauma to the lateral side of B. Which one of the following is true about oral hairy control pain are known as. Giant cell granuloma 37. They initiate fibrinolysis in thrombosis E. Pulp polyps B. The use of vasoconstrictors in local anaesthetics will F. AHEAD Test and Discussions – ADC Preliminary examination 34. Protein precipitation (PPT) . Benign migratory glossitis or Geographic Tongue. Email. Rapid growth and metastasis E. A patient presents complaining of a stomach upset 48 40. Associated with HIV virus infection and is C. Ph: 011 . Grooves (fissures) radiating from a central fissure increase the chances of infection. Type I allergic reaction B. Peptides A. its mechanism of action is. Reduction in white cells count E. Presence of lymphocytes C. Prostaglandins D. Old Rajinder Nagar.E. Loss (atrophy) of filiform papillae in multiple C. Which of the following have a tendency to recur if not activation treated? A. Lichen planus E. A fibrinous exudate on the dorsal surface E. Always associated with pernicious anaemia D. Poor prognosis as an intra-epithelial lesion? E. Enkephalins commonly seen on the dorsal of the tongue B. Irregular area in the midline of the tongue 35. Patient characteristically have sites on the skin that when stimulated precipitate an attack of pain 47.25716297. They supply proconvertin for thromboplastin 43. Basal cell carcinoma is characterised by. A. Radiation resistance A. Can not metastasise to the bone C. They agglutinate and plug small. which of commonly seen on the lateral side of the tongue the following describes this role? C. It is a paroxysmal in nature and may respond to the A. Pemphigus vulgaris F. Inability to invade bone 38. a strong acid. They convert fibrinogen to fibrin D.A. which of the following is true?** manifests itself in the oral cavity as. B cell lymphoma 46. Bradykinins B. In regard to HIV infection. Prophylactic prescription of antibiotic reduces A. Carcinoma of the tongue has a predilection for which of the following sites?** www. Lateral border posteriorly C. Herpes simplex infections B. 41. ruptured vessels the tongue C. D. Accumulation of tissue fluid A. Trichloroacetic acid. Which of the following lesions CANNOT BE classified D. Autolysis by proteolytic enzymes B. New Delhi – 110060. Platelets play an important role in haemostasis. Inferior dental nerve injury is unlikely since the nerve trophic fungiform passes medial to the wisdom tooth root E. Herpangina D. Posterior dorsal surface B. Lipoma of four factors.