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A.

Both statement are true


B. Both statement are false
C. 1st statement is true, 2nd statement is false
D. 1st statement is false, 2nd statement is true

1. Full metal crown is often used on single anterior teeth as retainer for an FPD, it is indicated to provide
contours to receive a removable appliance.

2. Ideally, the length of the post should be at least the length the of the clinical crown, it should be of sufficient
thickness to resist displacement and assist stabilization

3. One of the advantages of pinledge is easier alignment of the crown during cementation. And there is
maximum gingival involvement

4. Labial veneer crown is indicated for small fracture involving the proximoincisal surface. But it is not resistant
to wear and stain.

5. One advantage of cemented post is requiring on additional operative procedure. The other is the removal of
additional tooth structure for the accommodation of the post.

6. Metal ceramic crown has superior esthetics compared to porcelain jacket crown. It is contraindicated on
teeth with intact buccal wall.

7. One of the indications for all-ceramic crown is intact incisal edge. And can be used on endodontically treated
teeth with post and core.

8. Partial veneer crowns are contraindicated for teeth with thin labiolingual dimension. But permit electric
vitality testing after cementation.

9. Serrated posts are more retentive than smooth posts. But cast gold alloy posts are stronger than wrought
gold alloy post.

10. Complete cast crown has no adverse effect on tissue. And can be used to recontour axial surfaces for minor
corrections of malinclination.

11. In anterior partial veneer crowns, there is more gingival involvement as compared to complete cast crown.
Electric vitality test is readily feasible.

12. Partial veneer crown can be used as retainers for long span FPDs. It can also be placed on proximally bulbous
teeth.
13-33.
A. Laminate veneer crown
B. Full metal crown
C. Pinledge
D. All ceramic crown
E. Metal-ceramic crown
AB. Post-retained crown

13. Difficult to obtain accurate occlusion in glazed porcelain


14. Mottled enamel
15. Correction of occlusal plane
16. Anterior splinting
17. Good apical seal
18. Good tissue response even for subgingival margins
19. Technically demanding
20. Diastema
21. No sensitivity to pressure
22. If porcelain jacket crown is contraindicated
23. Usually easy to obtain resistance form
24. Where proximal grooves are impossible to prepare
25. Can be used as single restoration only
26. No fistula
27. Wear and stain resistant
28. Resembles natural tooth in color and translucency
29. Superior esthetics compared to cast gold restoration
30. To alter lingual contour of maxillary anterior teeth
31. Vitality testing not readily feasible
32. No apical sensitivity
33. Reduced strength compared to metal-ceramic

Matching type. Match column A with column B and C.

A B C
__34. __35. II sided prefabricated post A. Difficult condensation A. Elliptical/flared canal
__36. __37. Composite resin B. Time consuming B. Teeth with minimum
tooth structure missing
__38. __39. Threaded post C. Comprehensive system C. Small circular canals
__40. __41. Wire post and cast core D. Conservative of tooth D. Only when maximum
structure retention is essential
__42. __43. Custom cast post and core E. Corrosion of base metal E. Molars with adequate
coronal structure
__44. __45. Tapered prefabricated post AB. Low tensile strength
__46. __47. Amalgam AC. microleakage
__48. __49. GI AD. High retention