1. Most common tumor of salivary gland
a. Pleomorphic adenoma
b. Mucoepidermoid carcinoma
c. ACC

2. Most common region to get tumor
a. Parotid gland
b. Minor salivary gland hard palate
c. Others

3. Half life of heparin
a. 60 – 90 mins
b. 24 hrs
c. 72 – 96 hrs

4. Retention in amalgam
a. Parallel mesial and distal walls
b. Parallel occlusal and gingival walls
c. Occlusal and gingival grooves
d. Others

5. Unsupported enamel can be left on
a. Class 3 restoration of composite
b. Class 5 oclusal wall for amalgam
c. Others

6. Xray to identify idk either it was a dorsum of tongue or soft palate of image of
opp ramus

7. Bone of extraction socket and interdental crest
a. Cortical
b. Cancellous
c. Others

8. TAD attached to what
a. Cortical bone
b. Cancellous bone
c. Others

9. Least important for inlay
a. Margins in enamel
b. Occlusal divergence

10. A patient with facial lancerating pain. What nerve is affected:
a. Glossopharyngeal nerve
b. Hyoglossus nerve
c. Other
d. Third branch of the 5th cranial nerve

11. 8 yrs. Old boy present to your office with # 8 broken 3 mm with clear pulp exposure and still bleeding. What is the treatment option?
a. Pulp cap
b. Pulpotomy
c. Apexogenesis
d. Apexification

12- Which of these angles decrease with growth?
a. SNA
b. SNB
c. ANB
d. Y- AXIS
– Increase: SNB

13- Which of the following is associated with EBV
a. Burkitt Lymphoma
b. Kaposi Sarcoma
c. Aphthous
d. GERD

14- Which surfaces create interferences in non- working side:
a. Lingual planes of buccal inferior cusps and buccal planes of lingual superior cusps.
b. others

15- Kid with erythema?
a. First grade
b- Second grade
c- Third grade
d- None

16- Know about KVP
– penetration

17- Not the same but similar photo. How do you describe this lesion?
But the question was: what’s the cause of this- i think the pic was leukoplakia and the ans make sense was premalignant cells

18- Through the bloodborne pathogen standard, the occupational safety and health administration directs activity for each of the following except one. Which one is the exception?
a. Using barrier techniques
b. Using material safety data sheets
c. Obtaining hepatitis B vaccines
d. Communicating hazards to employees
e. Performing housekeeping

19- After applying Local anesthesia, the patient became bluish with headache, dizziness, shortness of breath, nausea, poor muscle coordination, and
blue-colored skin?
a. Syncope
b. Methemoglobinemia
c. Others

20- Most common cleft lip at what stage of formation?

21- Know HUE-CHROMA very well

22- Epithelium at the base of the gingival sulcus?
a. Junctional epithelium

23- Patient with a severe asthma. What to give?
a. Epinephrine
b. Glucose
c. Amphetamine

24- Supernumerary teeth
a. Initiation

25- Most cariogenic
a. Glucose
b. Fructose
c. Sucrose
d. Lactose

26- What is the difference between a gingival margin trimmer and an Enamel hatchet?
a. Angle of the blade

27- Best x-ray to diagnose mandibular sialolith?
a. Waters
b. Bitewing
c. Occlusal
d. Other

28- Patient with orthopnea, dyspnea, pitting
a. Emphysema
b. Pulmonary edema
c. COPD
d. Congestive heart failure

29- Most stable area for implants
a. Upper anterior area
b. Lower Posterior area
c. Upper posterior area
d. Lower anterior area

30- Which of the following best explains why a dentist should provide a post-palatal seal in a complete maxillary denture? The seal will compensate for:
a. Errors in fabrication
b. Tissue displacement
c. Polymerization and shrinkage
d. Deformation of the impression material

31- Know about bundling and unbundling

32. A patient with facial lacerating pain.. Jus this wird only lancinating pain thats all
a. Glossopharyngeal nerve
b. Hyoglossus nerve
c. Other
d. Third branch of the 5th cranial nerve

33. Desensitizing material of toothpaste KNO4 Potassium nitrate

34. Culture for sensitivity:
Ans was treatment doesn’t respond to previous antibiotic therapy

35.what incision – protect the outer gingiva , create thin margin of gingiva that adapts to bone to tooth and remove pocked lining

a. Internal bevel
b. External bevel
c. Crevicular incision
d. Interdental incision

37. Patient have gag reflex during impression .. what muscles pull the soft palate down.. Why cant they just ask which muscles . gives long long history to confuse and makes us think more..
a. Palatoglossus
b. Levator veli palatini
c. Tensor veli palatini
d. Others

38. Files in rotary endo are made up of
a. SS
b. NITI
c. OTHERS

39. Culture of sensitivity used to?
Bacterial resistant

40. Cracked tooth treatment no pulpal involvement:
– Extracoronal restoration (crown)

41. Spontaneous gum bleeding, feeling tired
Just tierd was the word nothing details
a. Leukemia
b. Myelopathy
c. others

42. Easiest cement to remove after cementing a crown:
Zinc phosphate

43. Highest coefficient for thermal expansion:
Unfilled Resin

44. RPD patient puts pressure one side the other lifts up why:
– No indirect retainer on distal extension/ insufficient/ inadequate/ lack indirect retention

45. Opioids contraindicated in:
– Severe head injury.

46. Difference between enamel hatchet and gingival marginal trimmer:
GMT has a curved blade/angled cutting edge
Angle of the blade
GMT: Curve blade/angled cutting edge, NOT perpendicular to long axis of the blade
(gingival floor enamel)
Enamel Hatchet: Cutting edge in plane of handle, perpendicular.

47. Distance from embrasure rest to opposing arch:
1mm

48. Behavior modification device thumb sucking deterrent
– Habits breaker
– Aversive conditioning- this wording exactly was in option
– positive punishment
– A psychological strategy that uses some form of negative stimulus with the
purpose of extinguishing or improving negative behavior

49. 50% ionized so, what is pka: or 50%
– 50% (pH = pka).
– 50% ionized so what is pka is 5 what ph? 5, 10, 15

50. Elderly cause:
a. Senile life is the answer
b. Less intelligent and more resistance to change
c. Others
d. Both of them were not in option please

51. This one too

52. Strongest crown:
– Type 3 gold alloy
– Gold-platinum-palladium
– Type 2 gold
– Silver palladium

53. Most difficult to remove
a. Base metal crown
b. Type 3 gold
c. Type 2 gold

54. You are preparing a class II cavity but your gingival margin is 1 mm away from
crest, what should the dentist do next
Crown lengthening

55. Leading question (asked twice)
Rqs
You are scared of dentists, are you?
You’ve never had problems with needles before, have you?

56. Avulsion time
a. 10-14 days
b. 3-4days
c. 3 weeks
d. 4 weeks
(not 7-10 in options)

57. After giving LA with 4% de Prilocaine pt fingers tip start to appear blue
(cyanotic):
Methemoglobinemia

58. Regulates, supervises or publishes the use of the Material Safety Data Sheets
(MSDS)
OSHA.
Manufacturer was not in option

59. makes a substance liquid over compression
Thixotropic

60. Acidulated Phosphate fluoride
1.23%.
– Ph = 3 – 3.5
– Most popular topical fluoride in pediatric practice.
– Not used in patients with porcelain, GIC and composite restoration as it can ruin
finishing.( also stannous fluoride can not be used here)

61. Pregnant pt position to avoid due to what
a. Inferior Vena Cava.
b. Aorta
c. Superior venacava
d. others
-Put the patient on the left always, as the right side IVC can be compressed.

62. USA, increase in what kind of caries
Radicular caries

63. 4 year old kid has avulsion of a central incisor. What to do
Leave it out

64. Class III pt; what decreases with age
ANB
– Increase: SNB

65. When to extract 3rd molar impaction on a 43 year old man?
– Bony defect or pathological defect
– to prevent 2nd molar distal caries

66. Pano Radiograph of submandibular gland depression (Stafne defect)
Didnt say salivary defect in posterior there is radiolucency what is that doesnt exactly point with arrow too there seems some problem around ramus too and there was stafne clearly seen so i though its the answer.. Read qstn carefully in exam
Salivary bone cyst, salivary gland inclusion defect

67. Increases with age:
a. Chroma
b. Hue
c. value

68. Most important in shade selection: but the wordings are very very different
they try to make it complex but most important is the key point here
Value

69. Pterygomandibular raphe formed:
Superior pharyngeal constrictor and buccinator muscles.

70. NOT a property of sodium hypochlorite
Chelation

71. Acetyl Salicylic Acid cyclooxygenase
a. Aspirin
b. Ibuprofen
c. Tramadol

72. Trauma to permanent during formation:
Turner hypoplasia

73. Sturge-Weber syndrome: key point in portwine
Port- wine stain

74. Age at which mineralization of crowns of permanent molarsmolars complete
a. 0-1 years
b. 2-3 years
c. 3-4 years
d. 4-5years

75. Leukemia in children:
ALL

76. IAN failure, which accessory nerve: but very long history hahahhaaa..
Keyword in accessory nerve
Mylohyoid

77. Antipsychotic:
Dopamine receptors

78. Calculate mode
111111 222233
1 was the ans

79. advantage of Indirect vs Direct composite:
Polymerization shrinkage

80. Not advantage indirect vs direct:
Good contact proximally

81. Supernumerary in which phase
Initiation

82. Resorption of anterior maxilla occurs in which direction
a. Superior and anterior
b. Superior and posterior
c. Inferior and anterior
d. Inferior and posterior

83.mn tori in x- ray

84. Dentist charges separately for core build up and the crown but the insurance
company says that the core builds up is part of crown:
Unbundling

85. Contraindication of Nitrous oxide:
Ans was psychotic disorder
86. Nitrous oxide increases the action of
Sedative drugs was the ans
Other option – anhihsitamine
Others doesnt make sense too
87. Tooth with post and core, comes 3 months later:
Vertical root fracture
88. Least in identify vertical root fracture:
X-ray
89. Autism:
Repetitive behavior
90. Periodontitis risk factors:
a. Smoking
b. Cardiovascular disease
c. diabetes
91. Innervation of TMJ:
Auriculotemporal Nerve
92. Least congenital missing:
a. Canine
b. Lateral
c. others
93. Exposure after x ray: long history of scc and the patient is going radiotherapy
what could be the problem
a. mucositis( i believe was the ans)
b. Increased bleeding
c. others
94. Kvp- gives long history .. penetration is the key point
Penetration of xray: Kvp.
Kvp: ability for the beam to penetrate tissues, energy
Increase kvp = decrease contrast
95. OKC:
a. Less recurrence
b. Chances of going to malignant
c. May be associated with Nevoid Basal Cell Carcinoma
d. others
96. Cimetidine:
H2 blocker
97. Antagonist Midazolam (benzo):
Flumazenil
98. Position on the spectral wavelength:
Hue
99. Occlusal rx for:
Sialolith.
100. Clinical short crown:
Crown lengthening
101. Glucocorticoids:
contraindicated in diabetes was the ans
102. Acute abscess
a. Open the canal and debride it
b. Refer patient
c. Give antibiotics
d. others
103. Anterior to mandibular fossa:
a. Articular eminence or tubercle i forget
b. Zygomatic arch
c. Ptm point
d. others
104. Amalgam becomes damage after time with 3 month occlusion:
creep
105. Not odontogenic origin:
a. incisive canal cyst
b..Radicular cyst
C. Dentigerous cyst
106. Most common seen:
a. Cleft lip and palate.( i believe is the ans)
b. Cardiovascular disease
c. Diabetes
d. Stroke
107. Optimal periodontal maintenance is
a. 3 months
b. 1-2 months
c. 4 months
d. 6 months
108. Interproximal Caries:
fluoride
109. All are right except
a. Cephalosporins cause hepatotoxicity( i choosed this)
b. Penicillin allergy
c. Clinda pseudomonas colitis
d. Others
110. Alcoholics, do:
a. INR
b. Cbc
c. others
111. Most common to lose due to perio
a. Max molar
b. Mn molar
c. Mxpm
d. Mn pm
112. Wall most common to perforate during access opening in first premolar:
a. Mesial wall
b. Distal
c. Buccal
d. lingual
113. Mesial concavity
a. max first premolar
b. Mx 2nd pm
c. Mn 1st pm
d. Mn 2nd pm
114. Hyperthyroidism very very long history damn it
weight loss and sparse hair
115. Composite, what inhibits polymerization:
Eugenol (ZOE)
116. Red lesion on tongue (center), and he also present in hard palate:
Candidiasis
117. pH enamel demineralization (critical pH):
5.5
118.This one too
119. Fusion with confusing words know well fusion , gemination , concrescence
120.
121. Congestive heart failure:
Orthopnea, pedal edema and other option please dont get confused with copdr its CHF
122. Best site to place implant and success:
a. Post mn
b. Anterior mn
c. Posterior maxilla
d. Anterior maxilla
123. Illegal for dentist:
Prescribing schedule II drugs for back pain
124. Refer patient:
Non Maleficence
125. Not in a successful root canal:
a. Dentin formation
b. Enamel
c. Cementum
d. Pdl
126. Best prognosis in endo:
a. Extruded gutta percha
b. Perforation in internal obturation
c. Obturating till lesser to working length
d. others
127. OSHA, blood borne pathogen, EXCEPT:
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)( by manufacturer)
128. The fracture question: right condyle fracture, where does not occlude?
Left
129. The hypothesis on there is no difference between mouthwash and mouth
wash B
Mouthwash A is being compared to mouthwash B for their effectiveness in eliminating
halitosis. So null hypothesis will be:
-There is no difference between mouthwash A and B in reducing halitosis.
130. Metod needs higher temperature
Dry heat
-160C for 2 hrs & 170C For 1 hr
131 . Best prognosis for GTR between these options?
a. Hemiseptum
B.calss 3 furcation
c. Furcation II class
d. Tunnel Furcation
132. Thyroid storm?
Thyroid storm is a severe thyrotoxicosis hyperpyrexia was the key points
133. Occlusion on non working lower
Inner inclines of buccal cusps
LUBL ( inner)
134. Patient becomes nausea under nitrous
100 O2
135. Healing after gingivectomy
Secondary intention
In secondary intention also sc/ rt, gingivectomy
136. Chromosome most common to have abnormalities
21
137. Antibiotic prophylaxis?
cardiac transplant
138. After giving nitroglycerin how to differentiate if it is MI or Angina: long long
history..lol
Duration of pain
139. Kelly (combination) syndrome NOT:
a. Increased vdo
b. Decreased vdo
c. others
Combination syndrome (CS) is a dental condition that is commonly seen in patients with
a completely edentulous maxilla and partially edentulous mandible with preserved
anterior teeth
140. Hand, foot and mouth disease:
Coxsackie A
141. Amantadine:
Parkinson and antiviral influenza A
142. Prazosin MOA:
a. Elective alpa-1 blocker
b. Beta 1 blocker
c. Alpha agois
d. Beta agonist
143. Agonist- antagonist effects at the same time (MAA):
Buprenorphine
Not Pentazocine in options
144. Host modulation done by:
a. Doxycycline
b. Minocycline
c. Penicillin
d. periochip
145. Log history was asking whats right here
a. Centric occlusion mostly co -incide with the maximum intercuspation
b. Centric occlusion coincide with maximum intercuspation in ver less population
c. others
146. How to motivate patient to maintain oral health ( weird options
a. Keep next vist to doctor (tae next appointment)
b. Write everytime he flooses in anot
c. Write every sunday morning. Lol (it was a real option)
d. Write whenever he forget to floss
147. Plaque index is used for:
Patient motivation
148. After administration of nitroglycerin patient doesn’t respond:
MI
149. Incisal edge opaque:
Inadequate incisal reduction
150.very hard to maintain my home care
a. Occlusal surfaces
b. Labial lingual surface
c. Interproximal surfaces
d. Root surfaces
151. Systematic desensitization:
Gold standard for behavior modification
152. Intra-pulpal anesthesia:
Apply pressure while delivering anesthesia.
153. Intentional replantation is good in all except
Immobilization and rigid splinting for a long time.( was the ans)
( should be flexible or semi rigid)
154. Mechanical retention:
something composite with enamel
155. Sealant type of retention:
Micromechanical/ mechanical micro retention.
156.The attached gingiva of 2nd and 3rd molars are complicated by the presence
of
a. External oblique ridge
b. Mylohyoid ridge
c. Ramus
d. others
157. Emergence profile ideal for a single central incisor implant:
a. 3-4 mm apical from adjacent cej
b. 1 mm apical
c. 2-3 mm coronal
d. 2-3 mm apical to adjacent cej
158. The caries has reached to dej where is its apex
a. At the enamel surface
b. At dej
c. others
159.
160. Recent studies prove periodontal disease related with:
Cardiovascular disease.
161. High risk caries patient: veey very long history
Glass Ionomer
162. Horizontal root fracture in apical 1/3, no symptoms, no pain or mobility, tx:
Follow up
163. Type of bacteria in plaque on 3 days:
– Gram (+) cocci and rods
Obs: gingivitis transition includes Gram (–) rods and filaments followed by
spirochetal and motile organisms.
161. Increasing compensative curve
162. TMJ disc seen in:
– MRI
163. Where would you place resistance grooves on a preparation:
– Proximal
164. Patient with fistula how to treat:
– rct and no further treatment
fistula tracking with gutta percha cone and x-ray to confirm the tooth and endodontic
treatment of the element.
Fistula indicates chronic infection.
165. Positive to percussion:
– Apical symptomatic periodontitis
166. Best to clean interproximal:
– Floss
167. S sound
Teeth are more close to each other
– Vertical dimension is evaluated during the pronunciation of the “s” sound, the
interincisal separation should be 1 to 1,5 mm. This is known as the closest speaking
space.
168. Most commonly associate with dysplastic cell:
Erythroplakia
This is a characteristic of cells that indicate a higher risk level of the development of
cancer. At the time of diagnosis, erythroplakia has a high chance of showing signs of
precancerous cells.
169. Deep caries:
Large bur from periphery to center
170. Most common in adults than children:
Dehydration in children
171. Most common failure restoration amalgam pedo patient:
a. Contamination during condensation
b. Inadequate preparation
c. others
172 .Vertical root Fracture
Symptom: Cold/sensitivity. Sign: Pain on biting
Symptoms of a cracked tooth
● pain when chewing or biting, especially when you release the bite.
● sensitivity to heat, cold, or sweetness.
● pain that comes and goes, but is rarely continuous.
● swelling of the gum around the affected tooth.
173.in implant radio-opaque cement is used why
a. To detect
b. To ….. Others i dont remeber
174. Failure of implant:
Surgical phase primary stability
Surgical skill was not in options
175. Clicking denture:
Excessive VDO ( or decrease VOR )
176. Intravenous injection on pedo patient
177. Occlusal reduction for fixed crowns:
Follow occlusal morphology
178. More # of blades on carbide burs:
Smoother, decreased cutting efficiency
179. Antibiotic selection for pediatric:
Penicillin was in option
180.example of external locus
a. My teeth will fall anyway whatever the doctor does
b. I dont think i can maintain my oral health
c. others
181. Not a feature of tetracycline: bactericidal ( its bacteriostatic)
Bactericidal
Binding of aminoacyl-tRNA to ribosome and protein synthesis
182. Best time to remove 3rd molars
Crown is fully formed and the roots are two-thirds formed.
Ideal formed to remove impacted 3 molar: When root is approximately two-thirds formed
(17-21 y/o)/ Half root formed.
183. Feed a dog using a tube:
a. Decrease caries risk
b. Stop
184. Pregnant woman wants to pee all the time:
Bladder compressed by fetus
185. Little girl has ALL, had radiolucency in furcation of primary 2nd molar. What
is the treatment:
Extraction
186. Excessive depth of the posterior palatal seal usually results in:
a. Lack of retention of denture
b. Gagging
c. others
187-Why we do clinical remounting at delivery of denture. To correct errors in:
A. Centric relation
B. Protrusive relation
C. to see the changes in vdo
188-What is true about embrasure rest?
1.5 mm
189. Distance from embrasure rest to opposing arch.
1mm
190.We do it to allow 0.5 mm of occlusal rest
– Occlusal rest from occlusal marginal ridge: 0.5 mm.
Distance from embrasure rest to opposing arch 1mm + 0.5 mm of occlusal rest = 1.5
mm (minimum).
All the above 3 qstn were as a1 qstn and was asked which one is right weird qstn
though
191. Habit breaker is an example?
Aversive condition
192: Raynaud’s Phenomenon:
Multiple sclerosis
193-Salivary gland defect?
Stafne defect pic
194-Epi Contraindication
Myocardial Infarction
195-What makes indirect better than direct bonding?
a. Primer
b. Aluminium silicate
c. Etch
d. something else
196-What effect to keep in mind while working on endo restorations:
Buccal rule
Bull rule
Polar rule
197- Pt comes for new dentures and says he wants the whitest teeth. Dentists
know whitest teeth won’t be good for his complexion or something. What is the
dentist’s ethical obligation:
show the pt the white teeth
show the pt the teeth the dentist thinks will fit his complexion
Ask his spouse to select the shade
198-Pt is anxious. Tells you the last extraction didn’t go well or something like
that. What should be an appropriate response.
a. Ask pt what happened at that time
b. Tell him he will be fine if he follow my instucrtutions (doctors)\
c. Tell him there is nothing to worry about
d. others
e.
199- Pedo pt feels symptoms after one carpule of lidocaine. What
happened.
Intravenous injection
200. 9 yrs patient you inject 1 carpule prilocaine kid becomes energetic what
happened:
Injected intravascular.
It depends what symptoms he has. If he has perioral numbness then it’s normal but if he
has irritation & other CNS. Symptoms then it would be LA inject IV
201 Pregnant woman wants to pee all the time:
Bladder compressed by fetus
202-Something with a post comes in a few months later and has pain on biting or
percussion I don’t remember.
Vertical fracture
203. To attach to a receptor and counteract another med or something like that. I
don’t remember
● Antagonists directly act on the receptors.
● Inhibitors act through enzymes or proteins.
204- Know definition of efficacy and potency. Question is something like the
same amount of 2 meds are at the one receptor and then something about what
does this show that these two meds have in common. It’s not testing on the 2
meds at the same receptor part but on the part of the question I forgot. So
basically know those definitions so you can answer it.
205. . Prazosin MOA:
Elective alpha-1 blocker.
Prazosin is an alpha-1 adrenergic receptor antagonist. Alpha-1-receptors are present on
smooth muscle, as in the walls of the blood vessel, the prostate, urethra, iris dilator
muscle, and brain. Is a competitive alpha-1 adrenergic receptor blocker. By blocking
alpha-1 receptors on muscle cells that surround blood vessels, prazosin causes
vasodilation (widening) of the blood vessels, and consequently decreases the
resistance of blood flow. The overall benefit of its use is a decrease in blood pressure.
206. Patient becomes nausea under nitrous:
100% oxygen.
207. OSHA, blood borne pathogen, EXCEPT:
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
Congress created OSHA to assure safe and healthful conditions for working men and
women by setting and enforcing standards and providing training, outreach, education
and compliance assistance. Under the OSHA law, employers are responsible for
providing a safe and healthful workplace for their workers.
208. . Know what type of bacteria is endo lesion or perio lesion. I forgot which it
asked for. Choices are different combinations of gram +/-
facultative/anaerobic/aerobic filaments/cocci/etc. something like that.
209. Endodontic infections are mostly predominated by
A. Aerobic bacteria
B. Facultative bacteria
C. Obligate anaerobes (pseudomonas endodontalis)
D. Yeast
210 Gingivitis: Gram + bacteria
-Protection for root caries at home: Home neutral sodium fluoride 1%.
211. What best describes biotransformation?
Increase in polarity, more ionized and more water soluble Whatever helps its excretion
polar and more water solubl
212. What is not the correct drug-toxicity?
Penicillin – allergy
cephalosporin– liver toxicity
Metronidazole – disulfiram related
Clindamycin – nausea, vomiting, diarrheao
213. Patients with parkinson experience all except:
1. Intentional tremors
2. Progressive
3. Dementia
4. Treated but no cured
214. Advantage of inlay?
Adapt better to margin
More contours
215. Advantage of inlay over amalgam:
Better occlusal contour
Strong and able to withstand the force of mastication
Biocompatible
Ideal for occlusal rehabilitation
Good on gingival tissue
Good for patient with low rate of caries
216. Which one has more dimensional stability
PVS o condensation silicone
217. How does antibiotic therapy in perio cases
Reattachment
Regeneration
Shrinkage of pocket
218. Hypochlorite sodium mixed with chlorhexidine:
orange color
219. 0 teeth, 15 filled, 50 decay, 5 decayed and filled, probability of having
decayed or filled:
50
220. Which antibiotics have allergic cross reaction with penicillin!?
Cephalexin
221. Opaque white porcelain in the incisal 1/3 facial of crown
Inadequate reduction of the 2nd plane
222. You take an arbitrary facebow of a patient, and you decide to raise the upper
molars by 1mm. Why:
_ Its okay to have an interocclusal record of 1mm because arbitrary fb allows you to.✅
_ thinner record allow easy movement of condyles
_ others
223. Arbitrary facebow record is taken 1 mm of separation at the 2nd max molar.
Why?
A. Arbitrary facebow accept thicker records
B. Accept thinner record
C. Thinner records avoid errors in the condylar setup224 patient with hepatitis c what precaution
a. Double gloves
b. Universal precaution
c. Others
225. History with a 7 or 12 years old boy has bilateral swelling not painful and
below they had given that the patient had t3 and t4 decrease and tsh increased
what condition this is..
a. Cherubism
b. Cretinism
c. Graves
d. Myxedema
226. Epi contraindicated in what
a. Hyperthyroidism
b. Hypertension
c. Others
d. I was like are you kidding me both is right what should i choose lol.. Both were
not in options please
227. Patient has hematocrit value 30%, neutrophil 5% , platelets 80000.. Patient
has most likely to happen what
a. More infection
b. Hypoxia
c. More bleeding tendency
228. Patient is 43 years and he has 1*1 cm lesion what will be very important
a. Age
b. Size of lesion
c. Others..lol
229. Patient has allergy and rash after using aspirin what drugs should be
avoided
a. Codeine
b. Oxycodone
c. Ibuprofen
d. Others
230. What is affected most by radiation.. It means it depends on what
a. Age
b. Size of cell
c. Shape of cell
231. What has the best prognosis in the exposed tooth
a. Open apex
b. Less bleeding
c. Less pain
232. If less then 0.5mm of dentin is remaining then whats best to put
a. Liner
b. Mta
c. Others
233. LAP best prognosis. 88 years old patient and 13 years patient who
has better prognosis for perio
a. 13 years
b. 88 years
c. Both same
234. Cerebral Palsy all true except
a. 95 % cognitive impairment
b. Numbness
c. Weakness
d. others
235. Not a sign of very high insulin
a. Weakness
b. Hypoglycemia
c. Hyperglycemia
d. Others
236. Definition if resistance form for restoration
237. Role of ligament in tmj
A. Limiting of movement
B. helping muscles of mastication
C. others
238. Sedation what is correct?
a. Patient can establish cardiovascular system by himself
b. Non responsive verbally
c. Non responsive to pain
239. Frey’s Syndrome
– Gustatory sweating was the key word
240. PICO, what does I mean?
– intervention
241. Digoxin or Digitalis works by
a. decrease cardiac contractility.
b. Prolongation of refractory period
c. Others
242. In x- ray too much vertical angulation
– Foreshortening
243.most important properties of vasoconctrictor in LA
a. Increase the drug potency
b. Increase duration
c. Decrease drug potency
244. Patient is undergoing surgery in GA what you will keep noticing
a. Pulse
b. Lips and nails
c. others
245. Why LA doesn’t work in inflame or something like that-
– Low PH
246. Why penicillin cannot work well in case of abscess
– And was hyaluronidase( thank god i got this from el maestro)
247. Heal without scar
a. Minor aphthous ulcer
b. Apthous or herpetic stomatitis( i forgot exact wording)
c. others

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