1. Pictures
a. Zygoma

b. Taurodontism

c. Florid cemento-osseous dysplasi

2. Depth of undercut in RPD:

3. Opioid antagonist: Naloxone

4. Benzodiazepine antagonist: Flumenezil

5. If dentist is HIV positive: He has to ethically and leagally inform HIV status to their profession’s regulatory body.

6. What is not the treatment plan for alveolar osteitis?- Curretage and antibiotics

7. How to prevent Fovea fatigue? See No more than 5 secs(by resting the eye)
8. How should the modified ridge lap pontic touch the ridge?

9. Primary tooth avulsed one hour ago, what is the treatment? Leave it out

10. Blunderbuss canal treatment: Apexification blunderbuss canal—Historical term denoting an incompletely formed root in which the apical diameter of the pulp canal is greater than the coronal diameter. … carious pulp exposure—See pulp exposure–carious pulp exposure

11. Bipolar disorder treatment: Lamotrigene (Lithium not in options)

12. Frey’s syndrome causes what?- gustatory sweating

13. Parasthesia of lip: Malignancy

14. Ecchymosis at the floor of mouth: Body of mandible fracture

15. MOA of montelukast- inhibition of leukotrienes & stabilize mast
cells

16. Retromolar pad surgery – take care of lingual nerve

17. Incidence rate question – same as el maestro question 300-200/
1000= 100/ 1000
18. Pregnant patient – put her on left side

19. Down coding and Bundling question
20. Status epilepticus – diazepam

21. 40 + years man had impacted 3rd molar extraction, what is the most
probable reason- bony pathology

probable reason- bony pathology

22. Plaque index – patient motivation
23. Tetralogy of Fallot: 1) Ventricular Septal Defect 2) Pulmonary
Stenosis 3) Right Ventricular Hypertrophy 4) Overriding Aorta

24. I don’t remember the question exactly but learn the oxygen concentration percentage:

25. Transient ischemic attack: Slurred speech

26. Hyperventilation symptoms: dizziness, lightheadness

27. La calculation one question: easy one
28. Topical anesthesia in canal can cause?
unwanted obturating seal
29. What is best and most accurate diagnostic to check extent of
periapical lesion ?
– cbct
The extent of the lesion, the number of roots involved, the tooth type,
and the relationship of the lesion to adjacent structures are often
difficult to determine on intraoral or panoramic radiographs. Recently
introduced cone-beam CT acquires high-spatial-resolution tomographic
data with a small field of view and at a relatively low radiation dose
compared with conventional CT
30. Paper point in canal comes out bloody: Perforation

31. Bifid spine shunt – maintain intracranial pressure

32. Crown cementation sequence

33. Student wants to know new treatments: clinical trials
Meta-analysis is a quantitative, formal, epidemiological study design
used to systematically assess the results of previous research to derive
conclusions about that body of research. Typically, but not necessarily,
the study is based on randomized, controlled clinical trials.
Clinical trials are research studies performed in people that are aimed
at evaluating a medical, surgical, or behavioral intervention. They are the
primary way that researchers find out if a new treatment, like a new drug
or diet or medical device (for example, a pacemaker) is safe and
effective in people. Often a clinical trial is used to learn if a new
treatment is more effective and/or has less harmful side effects than the
standard treatment.
34. Research index, except
35. the occluso gingival (effect or something like) of fixed prosthesis
varies? -Directly with cube of span width of the pontic
36. Avoid corrosion? Chromium

37. Tin and indium in FPD: Bonding to porcelain

38. Which ortho movement most likely to relapse: Rotation

39. GMT and hatchet difference: Angle of blade

40. pH for demineralisation: <5.5
41. Least likely to have 2 canals: max incisors

42. First appointment: Build rapport with patient

43. Cambra, latest dental visit: 2 years ago was his dental visit, only one
proximal caries, what is his? moderate

44. In which direction should we reduce the mandible which is
dislocated? Downward and backward

45. School children having increased rate of interproximal caries.:
Fluoride mouthwash

46. Common reason to replace amalgam and composite restorations:
Secondary caries

47. Parasthesia of lip: Malignancy

48. Polyvinyl siloxane affected by: sulphur in Latex

49. Campers line: Guide for occlusal plane

50. Instruments that can not be used with implant: one option will have
stainless steel

51. Dementia: Short term memory

52. Cancer gene: p53

53. SLOB questions: 2. Had to identify the order of canals in mandibular
molar.
54. Why do we take protrusive record for CD:CR
55. Type of Calcification in radicular cyst: Dystrophic

56. Bacteria in initiation of caries: S. mutans

57. Bacteria in progression of caries: Lactobacillus

58. Perio prognosis: Better for older patient

59. Radiograph of interproximal radiolucency below contact point. They
asked what will you do. It was cervical burnout: Ans: No treatment

60. Long term glucose control test: Glycated Haemoglobin

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