2009-2010 Boards1. Dehisense defined as? The loss of buccal or lingual bone overlying a tooth root. 2. Collimation is? The accurate adjustment of the line of sight of a telescope. Control of size and shape of xray beam 3. After periodontal surgery, what type of healing is it most of the time? Repair 4. Pic of chick with bell’s palsy. 5. Biggest disadvantage of BSSO? parasthesia 6. Class 3 furcation tooth already had RCT, best tx, ext not option? split and tx as two premolars 7. Class 3 furcation which not an option? GTR 8. Tetracylcine interacts with? Penicillin 9. Pregnancey, don’t take? diazepam 10. Periostat- twice daily 20 mg has doxycycline which works by inhibiting collegenase/protein synthesis (30s subunit not an option) Jon put perio chip… Periochip is 2.5mg of chlorohexidine gluconate though. 11. Tissue least sensitive to xray? Muscle. 12. 15 yr old edentulous and stuff on hands and feet. Papillon Lefevre syndrome 13. Which is not a symptom of combination syndrome? Increased VDO 14. Pt. with inflamed abused tissue and needs new cd, what do u do? Tissue conditioning 15. Intrabony bone defect? Same as infrabony, Vertical bone loss. 16. Bleeding spots established in gingevectomy to? I think outline incision line. 17. What is involved in periodontal regeneration? I think pdl, cementum, alveolar bone maybe one other thing in there. Pdl & bone cells 18. Which is not expected in successful RCT? Dentin regeneration 19. Not considered as increased risk for oral cancer? HPV, HIV, Alcohol, or tobacco 20. If bone kept at what temp for 1-5 mins it causes necrosis? 55 C 21. Demineralized, freeze dried bone has what? BMP 22. Hunter syndrome has what? Lysosome storage disease. Get abdominal hernias, ear infections, colds, prominent forehead, enlarged tongue, mental retardation. 23. Autistic kids have what characteristic. Repetitive behavior 24. Asthmatic attack has what? Wheezing on inhalation 25. What race for children has highest caries incidence? White Kids 26. Most common side effect of oral contraceptive? Blood clots 27. Drug for seizures? Dilantin 28. Largest incidence of recurrence? OKC 29. Mechanism of most drugs that tx arrhythmias? Decreases repolarization rate, Prolongs refractory period. 30. Pt. on saw palmetto what do u want to avoid? Aspirin 31. Pt. on ginsing what do u want to avoid? Warfarin 32. What edge of curette do u want to be in contact at line angle? Lower 1/3 33. Sodium hypochlorite is not a chelating agent. *34. After drug goes through liver? More water soluble and less lipid soluble. 35. Prozac Serotonin 36. When to fill cavity? Halfway through enamel, cavitated, to CEJ, can see radiographically Cardiac referred pain not consistent with? Pain goes away with LA 46. Most abrasive to tooth structure? Amalgam. has pain and wants to sleep for eight hours? Naproxen *47. pemphigoid etc don’t remember. Which pemphigoid like lesion most often in infants? Pemphagus Vulgaris. 39. Most important primary tooth? 1st or 2nd molar 44. 43. BW placed vertically why? More alveolar bone . Pt. dentin not supporting cusps. Know Specificity and sensitivity 48. Best indication for onlay? Low caries index. Methadon? Helps alleviate withdrawl from heroine. Become aware of potential cross rxn who report to? FDA 49. 38. Which has increased over time? Pit and fissure *41. Which one not seen radiographically? Naoslabial cyst 40. enamel don’t know 42. microfilm composite.37. Primary max molar has how many canals? 3 45. hybrid composite. What form of mercury is the worst for dental office? Elemental.25 0 0 3yrs-6yrs 0. upper compartment .A.3mg 6mo-3yrs 0. 2.translation 4. First pass metabolism? Concentration will decrease exponentially. etc no idea. ethlymercury. If keep bone at 55 C temp for five min it necroses.50. 7.0 0. methylmercury. *52. high torque was option 53. Fluoride Chart Age <.25 0 1. Characteristic of implant drill that keeps bone cool? Don’t know answer. 51.3-. Drug eliminated in proportional fasion.50 0. Most successful spot for implant? I think anterior mandible but other people say posterior mandible. in pseudocholinesterase of plasma. 2009 1. . metabolized? Amide (2 I’s) met. Know where L.6mg >. NO cannot go above 70%. Esters (1 i) met. Neurapraxia describes nerve damage in which there is no disruption of the nerve or its sheath 5. in P450 enzyme of Liver.50 0 6yrs-16yrs .6mg 3. Retention/Resistance form from? Cavity prep 6. Lower compartment of TMJ is for? Rotation. Neuropraxia? Transient episode of motor paralysis with little or no sensory or autonomic dysfunction. Phenothiazine mechanism? Block dopamine D2 receptors. Remineralization? Harder than normal. Opiod (Fentanyl. or a perio. Lesion? Pulp vitality test. 12. L. and premature loss of primary teeth. How to differentiate between an endo.8. 9.A. Amilnitrate & Nitroglycerine? Vasodialate coronary arteries. in inflamed tissue? Not enough free base to be effective. 20. 23. Active Listening? Have pt repeat what you say. Meperidine. Dextromethorphan) reversal drug? Noloxone. you ditch it out with a bur. Where does caries start? Apical to proximal contact. Sulfentanil. Crust on hands and soles. 19. Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate? Child most likely Class III. What was the cause of the pain? Polymerization Shrinkage. with a composite filling that complains of pain to cold a chewing. Methadone. 24. PEDS eruption and calcification charts! 11. 17. Codeine. What wears tooth down more? Amalgam 14. . 15. Know Structures on Maxillary Sinus Radiograph! 10. 22. Morphine. (Pit and fissure are most prevalent caries). 18. Silver turns porcelain what color? Green 16. 13. You have a pt. Heroin. What is Papillon–Lefèvre syndrome? You get periodontitis. How many canals in primary maxillary molar? 3. Fluoride is used for? Smooth interproximal surfaces. 21. no more pain. 33. Nutrient Canals Pic! (Lines up side of root) . pain and raising of the tongue. 37. Increase set time with Alginate (Reversible Hydrocolloid)? Cold water and more water.25. What connects major connector to occlusal rest? Minor Connector. malaise. Avulsed tooth splint how long? 1-2 weeks. 29. 31. You have an 8 year old with a fibrous frenum and a diastema what do you do? Do frenectomy only. actual color. teeth? Class II div. stridor or difficulty breathing. Ludwig’s Angina symptoms? Swelling. Treat fungal infection with? Nystatin. 30. BW Overlap? Horizontal angulation off. Look at max sinus radiograph! 26. Don’t use for casting impression? Reversible Hydrocolloid. fever. dysphagia (difficulty swallowing) and. 35. 38. 28. What is the most common impacted tooth? Maxillary K-9. 36. 27. 34. Lightness. Put shade guide from light to dark. swelling of the neck and the tissues of the submandibular and sublingual spaces. I. 32. in severe cases. 39. Hue. Value? Most important. Most common medical emergency in the dental office? Syncope. What type of malocclusion does a child have that is most likely to break there ant. Erosion? Chemical & Bulimia. 41. Who is protected under Americans with disabilities act? AIDS pt. What defect is best for regeneration? 3 walled defect.Pulp vitality. moves teeth. What cells do x-rays not affect? Muscle cells. 50. ANUG? Usually 15-35 years old. and supernumerary teeth. 46. leaving the area covered by soft tissue only. Disinfection? Destroy majority of microorganisms but not bacterial spores. 47.spread of inflammation to perodotium from PDL or not.40. Without this enzyme. retention of primary teeth. Cleidocranial dysplasia? Disease of the bones of the skull and clavicles. Ectodermal dysplasia? Abnormality of 2 or more ectodermal structures. high palate. EPT. light skin. no sweat glands. Pic of Myxoma pt. Dehiscence? The loss of the buccal or lingual bone overlaying the root portion of a tooth. Short. thick nails. 48. 51. prevotella intermedia. missing teeth. no symptoms. 42. shoulders move in. big head. Usually in ant. and accommodate the handicapped. punched out papilla. 44. 49. a buildup of heparin sulfate and dermatan sulfate occurs in the body. mandible. Hair loss. an enzyme responsible for the degradation of mucopolysaccharides in lysosomes. . Endo tests? Percusion. Pic of Basel Cell Carcinoma on face. 45.presence of inflammation in PDL or not. Thermal test (hot & cold)-pulp vitality 43. aka Vincent’s infection and trench mouth. Palpation. fetid odor. Hurlers Syndrome? genetic disorder that results in the buildup of mucopolysaccharides due to a deficiency of alpha-L iduronidase. “Fairness”. greater expansion (shorter time) . Veracity.The theory and philosophy of law.50 1. Patient Autonomy. Pregnant patient needs to lie on her left side Pregnant patient lying on back will constrict what? inferior vena cava.“Do good”.6 0. Sensitivity tests identifying diseased persons. Diabetes you get infections better not bleed easier Cobalt is blue. 53. Dentists are to keep skills and knowledge up-to-date and practice within their limits in order to protect the pt from harm. naf] b/c of clauvulanic acid Collimation = block (lead). Ethics Beneficence. Jurisprudence.3 ppm to 0. methi.3 ppm 0.52.0 mg 0. Justice. filtration = filter (aluminum) Age <0.“Do no harm”.6 ppm Birth – 6 months 6 months – 3 None 0. Penicillinase resistant penicillins – COMN [clox. Specificity? Proportion of truly nondiseased persons who are so identified by a screening test (measures “how good a test is at correctly identifying nondiseased persons).25 0.“Self governance”. Nonmaleficence. ox.“Truthfulness”.25 mg ppm None None None None years 3 – 6 years 6 – 16 years 0.50 mg None None Mesial and distal walls of class I amalgam must be divergent not to undermine marginal ridges Increased trituration time will increase compressive strength/decrease setting expansion. copper is blue-green Do all selective grinding before any restorations (BULL rule) Minor connector connects major connector and retentive elements Know what increases and decreases setting time for gypsum (slurry/temperature/spatulation) – longer spatulation time. Know SBE prophylaxis regimens thoroughly: Amoxcillin. What is the #1 reason for implant failure? Surgical technique over smoking 8. 2. you must have post occlusion or max anterior will be beat up (know combination syndrome) Know GI cement/GI restorative LAP – AA and capnocytophaga.seen osteogenesis imperfecta 9. and more was listed. be able to rank 6. Does it lead to PDL breakdown/does it often cause root caries? TRUE 4. amphicillin. clindamycin. Bur used for polishing – Carbide more threads 3. Book says do sealant age 6-12. 10) and INR are extrinsic pathway Naproxen is longer lasting than ibuprofen Macrolides Cimetidine Flumazenil combats benzos (naloxone combats opioids). 5. Caries progression – lactobacillus 2. Methyl methacrelate (reinforced ZOE) 10. wait 6-8 weeks 1. etc. Class I. Perio Surgery. etc) Most plaque retentive thing – calculus FGG not used for deep/wide (used for narrow) PT (12-14 secs. so no treatment most likely unless caries visualized. restorative. no treatment. cementum. disulfuriam is for alcoholics After indirect pulp capping. Contraindications of nitrous oxide . Xerostomia. Insurance – HMO = capitation plan 1. Ortho Treatment sequence question. generalized periodontitis involves prevotella and eikenella (know if spirochete/cocci. etc). 5. pictures of molars in 16 y/o – does it need sealants. Blue sclera . 7.mandibular (primary . 2. secondary ridge) If you have max denture opposite mand anteriors. (prophy. 7. Know what is regenerating? bone.buccal shelf. 17. 12. etc. distal step à Cl II 15. especially enamel rod orientations. What would happen if mA. know lesions that can occur in hard palate: ex. Know flush terminal plane of Ortho/pedo. Know the ideal preps of Amalgam Class I and V. Know their etiology. and pulpectomy (ZOE if apex is not closed in primary teeth) in pedo patients. know the SLOB rule. Kaposi CA. OKC.3. 6. know tetracycline thoroughly: when to use. Also know Vertical rule. Reason why it is hard to restore permanent Mx 1st premolar with MO amg: excessive mesial curvature. What’s the reason why we want the proximal clearances both facially and lingually in class II amg prep? Better access for cleaning. ANUG) (not for pregnancy) oral contraceptive). tx. 11. Know the differences between primary and permanent teeth anatomy. kvP. 7. ameloblastoma. Primary rods go occlusally 5. Know different types of impression materials: which provides best dimensional quality (PVS). . apexification (non vital teeth with MTA). which is same as SLOB but in a vertical dimension. concrescence. fusion occur during the tooth development? Initiation and proliferation 10. The strength of Zinc Oxide Eugenol can be increased by adding what? methylmethacrylate 13. distance of the source of radiation to object are altered? COME BACK TO THIS 9. How will it effect the outcome of permanent dentition? Ex: if flush terminal plane à Class I. mesial step à Cl III. 8. 16. which is hardest one to remove from the oral cavity (polyether). several questions on dentigerous cyst. Know when to do indirect pulp cap. (can leave unsupported enamel in class V) both into dentin. etc. When do germination. pulpotomy. side effects. 4. treatment for internal resorption (endo) 14. dx methods. pleomorphic adenoma. it’s drug interactions (ex. Sialometaplasia. Dec effect of (DENTIN. 42. Carbidopa . endo access for md 1st permanent molar: trapezoidal 40. chelating agents in endo: EDTA 38. know autograft.Psychotropic w. low CNS depression.May cause auditory nerve deafness 34. know other local anesthesia. Flumazenil -Reverse the BZ effects 33. Amphetamine . fast clearance w/ low side effect 35. allograft. Lidocaine: -Cause cardiac/respiratory depression. endo access for mx central incisor: triangular 39.Tx dermatologic manifestation of allergic rxn 25. Cocaine -Intrinsic vasocontrictive activity 28. Digitalis -Increase Ionotropic effect of the heart. Ketamine -Used in General Anesthesia with dissociative effects 36. the day before renal dialysis b.20% cross rxn w/ PCN. know what to give to reverse the convulsive effect of lidocaine. AKA Benedryl 32. know the content of pulp. Hydroxyzine -Antianxiety med for child. Cephalosporin .Broadest antibiotic effect 27. amantadine -Tx influenza (anti-viral) 19. anxiolytic. Canine 41. When should do oral surgery to this pt? a. all the stimulation to pulp will generate “pain” free end. contraindicated on PCN allergic pt 24. know which gets metabolized in plasma/liver which is based on their chemical str (amide/ester). this will effect their duration of medication 37. Dicloxacillin.18. Chlortetracycline. specific types of nerve in pulp 43.Use in conjunction with levodopa 23. Chlorpeniramine . know the mechanism as well 31. Chlorpromazine . most consistent root canal shape? Mx. Carbamazapine . Buspirone . Diphenhydramine -Antihistamine.Indirect-acting symphathomimetics 20. Gentamycin.Use for penicillinase producing bacteria 30. the day of renal dialysis . same group as phenothiazine and haloperidol 26. and xenograft Pt needs to get renal dialysis. low psychomotor skill impairment 21. 44. and convulsion.Tx trigeminal neuralgia 22.Inhibit dopaminergic receptor. Diazepam -No effect on respiration as oppose to other BZ 29. What is an advantage of CAD/CAM technique when making a crown? “Can prep and delivery of crown in one visit” . can’t remember for sure. (know names of antiviral/antifungal agent. b. how should prep for cast post? Etc. nifedipine d. etc. (There was a picture question asking what type of image is this – mine was CT scan** image) Which type of kennedy classification doesn’t have a modification? Kennedy Class IV** 4-5 question about cast post/core – What is the purpose of cast post. but not sure. so it is strong (make sure know why) Which one is an antiviral agent? a.c. After 2 hr of renal dialysis d. and combining these effects makes it stronger* I put this. What is the purpose of ring liner in investing process? Answer was “to compensate for some kind of expansion”. acetaminophen and hydrocodone works differently. cyclosporin c. acetaminophen blocks the binding of protein with hydrocodone. there was another question asking about antifungal agent) How does antihistamin work? – I put “competitively block histamine receptor” Know how CT scan/MRI images look like. The day after renal dialysis** What does NOT cause gingival hyperplasia? a. phenytoin b. so hydrocodone level in blood is high. Why opioid analgesic containing both acetaminophen and hydrocodone so effective? a. Look for it. Amantadine** b. digoxin** (first three causes gingival hyperplasia) NEFEDIPINE does not. what is the most important factor? a. 3rd. Stephen-Johnson syndrome? conjuctiva. 2nd. but freckles on lips. palliative tx** b. 3rd. but not 100% sure. acyclovir c. Peutz Jeger syndrome ? Not cafe au lait. systemic antibiotic d. and 2nd What is disadvantage of using NaOCl when doing RCT? “It’s toxic to the soft tissue” Know well about Localized aggressive periodontitis and ANUG. width b. Blue sclera seen in? osteogenesis imperfecta Implants are placed 3mm apart from each other.When doing gingivectomy. etc. 2nd. Pt has Asthma attack. steroids When soldering. height** c. which is NOT right about internal and external bevel? Order of maxillary molar extraction? a. and 3rd c. to protect tuberosity* this is what I put. b.. and genital problems Neurofibromatosis ? café au lait spots. . and 1st . 1st. Tx for herpatic gingivostomatitis? a. 1st. would you here Wheezing on inhalation or exhale? Answer: wheezing on exhalation What is the #1 reason for implant failure? I put surgical technique. 3 to 7 months c.000. 500-1500units/ml (Question: Pt’s viral load was 100. converging axial walls c. Retentive grooves* I put this. 6mo-3yrs* d.. but not 100% sure b. and T cell count was 50.What’s the best way to prevent proximal dislodgement/fracture of class II amalgam filling? a. depth of prep Know what a nutrient canal looks like on radiograph. (x-ray of mandibular incisor area) Know what an intermaxillary suture looks like on radiograph. 4months in utero b. (x-ray of max incisor area) What is the inverted Y made up of? Maxillary sinus/floor of nasal cavity Know antibiotic classes pretty good. anterior mandible. black ladies Pt has a hypocalcified permanent max central incisor. Maybe could cause Reyes . what adverse side effects they can have What is the first step in bacterial plaque formation on a tooth? Pellicle formation. a. What is the right sentence? a. etc. Pt’s T cell count is too low** Periapical cemento-osseous dysplasia…. When did this occur. Know what a healthy T cell count is. 4-6 years old Breastfeeding mother don’t give her What? I was expecting tetracycline but it wasn’t there so I put Propoxyphene because it has aspirin.on a radiograph. how much to pre-med. Class I** b. they recently had parotid surgery. meaning biological width? . Pt has problems on one side or their face when they eat.Which statement is NOT correct about “Paraphrasing”? a. but I don’t know. Charge your regular fee like you would for cash pt. Poly methyl methacrylate** D. there were a few other example. what type of occlusion will this result in permanent dentition? a. but can’t remember… You work at a HMO office and the patient has used up all his yearly benefits. Do the connective tissue and epithelium attach the same as they do to natural tooth. Titanium powder Pt. what can you do? a. Class II c. Zinc phosphate C. I put Cystic Fibrosis (salty sweat) Cherubism? Bilateral Swelling of jaws Difference between hatchet and gingival margin trimmer? Pt has an implant. Class III What is the material in reinforced IRM that give it strength A. had something to do with respiratory secretions and sweat. to put in your own words – it’s correct meaning of paraphrasing b. A. b. still accept the same fee under the HMO* this is what I put. Papillon Leferve B. also had to do with something with their nerve. amalgam powder B. Frey’s Syndrome* Pt is in Mixed dentition and they are end on. It didn’t say anything about a plastic probe being available but it seems like we still would have to probe. I put yes.A. What is the sign that a pt is having a laryngeal spasm? A. CT attaches the same but not Epi. Pulpectomy D.** If you inject a pt that is taking propranolol directly into there vein what will happen. A. C. Square B. Stridor Pt is 13 years old and has a non-vital maxillary central. What do you do. Apexification** I think this is right I put A. A. The apex is still open what do you do. The reversal for Versed? A. pt’s a 8 year old. Apexogenesis B. Both attach the same B. Trapezoid** . Narcon B. epi attaches the same but not connective tissue** D. Neither attach the same C. Apicoectomy C. Pulpectomy D. calcium hydroxide pulpotomy. Increase BP and HR? What is the shape of the access of mandibular 1st molar? A. No because you will disturb the epithelial attachment B. Flumazenil** Do we probe like normal for an implant? A. Nothing Pulp is vital. Apex is open. Apexification B. vancomycin c. which fluoride do you use to not stain? A. infratemporal fossa** B. Which antibiotic is NOT inhibit cell wall synthesis? a. Myocardial infarction (dicumarol is similar to warfarin) Which of the following is most likely to develop from a dentigerous cyst A. pit and fissure is prr/sealant) What is the most common site of enamel caries? a. What you can give them. interproximal** B. Pit and fissure (I saw this somewhere and it said smooth surfaces. Stannous Flouride B. Acid Flouride Which would be located in the floor of the mouth and be “doughy”? A Ranula. amoxicillin b. maxillary sinus Pt has veneers from 6-11. Ameloblastic fibroma Know the doses for someone that is allergic to penicillin. AOT B. pit and fissure* I put this. Ameloblastoma** C.Pt is taking dicumarol what are they being treated for? This was an old board repeat A. I put clarithromycin 500mg but not sure if its right. azithromycin** (this inhibits protein synthesis) Same old question of where is the max 3rd molar most likely to be displaced? A. Dermoid cyst C Lymphoepithelial cyst ** Where does fluoride work the best? A. this is what I put but could be B or C not sure B. Sodium Flouride** C. but “d” could be a possible answer . all variables measures simultaneously at one point in time Example – It was observed that there was less caries in certain geographic areas. slightly incisor to contact d. person Ecologic studies . True experiments .look forward from exposure to disease development C. Case-control (retrospective) studies . Higher fluoride in water supplies was suspected as the probable cause II.measure linear relationship between two factors within defined groups. Example – Hypothesis testing observational studies supported the explanation of increased fluoride levels causing a reduced rate of caries III. only used on animals B.usually not ethical on humans. I guarantee it. place. Hypothesis Testing Experimental Studies A. Cohort (prospective) studies . clinical trial and case study ? There will be at least 5 of them.Hypothesis Testing Observational Studies A. no cause and effect established 2.time.start with disease and look backwards for exposure B.use groups rather than individuals 1. Contrived experiments .b. Longitudinal Studies . slightly cervical to contact What is best to sterlize carbide burs? Sorry I still don’t know the answer Definitely know the difference between Cohort. Hypothesis Generating Observational Studies Descriptive studies . Correlation studies . at the contact point c. Cross-sectional (epidemiological) studies . diazepam .The clinical trial shows that that th 1. This is the Gold Standard for establishing cause and effect C. action of clotrimazole Alter the enzyme for synthesis of ergosterol alters cell memb. pt taking antibiotic which is metabolized in the liver. government agencies approve or disapprove new treatments based on clinical trial results. clinical research trials are not always perfect in discovering all side effects. SSRI c. or private industry. Metabolism of antibiotic decreased by which drug. There are four possible outcomes from a clinical trial: Positive trial -.1. particularly effects associated with long-term use and interactions between experimental drugs and other medications. a. Typically. TCA b. Clinical Trial . Example – Clinical trials confirmed the value of fluoride as a caries preventive Clinical trials: Trials to evaluate the effectiveness and safety of medications or medical devices by monitoring their effects on large groups of people. phenothiazine d.Use randomization and blinding to compare effects of treatment with non-treatment. While important and highly effective in preventing obviously harmful treatments from coming to market. Permeability 2. Clinical research trials may be conducted by government health agencies such as NIH. Non-inferior trial -. researchers affiliated with a hospital or university medical program. independent researchers. Intervention .modify risk exposure factor within a defined population 2.The clinical trial shows that the new treatment has a large beneficial effect and is superior to standard treatment. Zafirlukast blocks the binding of leukotriene types D4 (LTD4).inhibitors of MEOS: erythromycin. standard error 9. median d. quartz 7. why do full contour waxup on PFM bridge and then do cutback? a. Leukotrienes are a group of chemicals manufactured in the body from arachidonic acid. 8. outlier has greatest effect on a. even metal in connector 6. action of Zafirlukast (Accolate) is a nonsteroidal tablet for the prevention and continuous treatment of asthma in adults and children 5 years of age and older. . 5. what is progressive relaxation a. silica c. something about visualized images or something… (T/F) 4. mode b. rifampin do not take with anticoags 3. phenytoin. most common tooth associated w/ cracked tooth syndrome Mandibular second molars. are the most commonly affected teeth. and E4 (LTE4). Release of leukotrienes within the body. valproic acid. oral leukotriene receptor antagonist used for treating asthma. MAOI enahncers of MEOS: barbs. most radioopaque in porcelain a. phenylbutazone. even thickness of retainers b. mean c. followed by mandibular first molars and maxillary premolars. disulfiram. barium and zirconium glass b. even thickness of porc c. a disease in which inflammation occurs in the lungs. cortisone exerts its action on… Enter cell and bind to cytosolic receptor migrate to nucleus gene expression or With plasma membrane on target cells -receptors on membrane. cimetidine. isoniazid. intermittent relax & tense (T/F) b. by allergic reactions. carbamazepine. It was approved by the FDA in 1996. promotes inflammation in many diseases such as asthma. for example. proteins in plasma…etc. tooth and neighboring teeth c. which teeth do you perform pulp eval on? a. after 17. 3rd molar w/ fused roots c. growth of cranial base (2mm/yr up to ages 7-9) compared to the jaws (2mm/yr. cleft lip & palate usually associated w/ a. class III d. max lateral b. which tooth has least root surface area? a. child goes into insulin shock in the chair (hypoglycemia) a. but continues til later) a. why oil in x-ray tube -heat: cools off the anode 11. ask parent to give kid insulin shot 14. most likely to strip which wall in MB root of max molar: stripping refers to furcal perforations . what do you do when some kid you drugged up starts to snore in the chair a. class II c. pseudoepitheliomatus hyperplasia: resembles SCCA. 16. neighboring teeth. cause of geographic tongue: unk a. reposition head b. keep teeth in same position 15. neighboring teeth. same time c. GCT. best way to prevent speech problems in complete dentures a. tooth. mandibular retrognathia 19. opposing tooth 18. class I b. chronic hyperplastic candida. mand premolar . contralateral tooth d. precedes b. tooth. tooth only b.distal 12. blastomycosis. ulceration of mucosa b. It is seen in inflamm papillary hyperplasia. remove rubber dam & check 13. give OJ b.10. light cure for max cure . best LA to use w/o vasoconstrictor a. color stability vs. benzo c. mepivicane 24. pro b. dark field analysis d. darvon 4 c. silicone 22. when upright molars w/ lingual arch w/ omega loops be careful not to a. articaine e. vicoden 3 d. test for IL-1 e. light cured only b. all tests for bacteria & their byproducts EXCEPT a. microbio culture c. guided tissue regen b. reversible hydrocolloid b. percocet b. apical flap 21. ultram e. intrude molar 25. which one is sched II drug? a. Tylenol #3 3 23. impression compound c. best way to eval available space for rests -mounted casts 27. DNA analysis b. lido d. advantages of IM injections 28. flare mand. imbibition and syneresis affect which one the most a. incisors b. why is pt taking ACE inhibitor -CHF 29. dual cured resin cements a. which tx is best for type III furcation a.20. polysulfide d. enzyme analysis 26. less possibility of misunderstanding in office? 33. carriers for life?—5-10% become carriers b.c. extract. both slightly extend into dentin b. cerebral palsy 40. dentist w/ directive interviewing a. CNS lesions w/ muscular defects a. use sutures. What do class I & class V Ag ideal prep have in common a. hemostatic agents b. DI b. gets active hepatitis 32. cleidocranial dysplasia 35. it may have higher creep b. lowest value was 5. AI c. possible attrition 31. main disadv of gold inlay a.5 38. pH at which cavities can occur a. best way to decrease gingival irritation w/ home bleachin . width % of alar base to total face width? 20%?? a. 50 34. best to use w/ localized aggressive periodontitis a. wear opposing c. Veneers 30. pt on coumadin. 25% c. H2O2 rinse c. goals of pocket reduction surgery EXCEPT 37. systemic antibiotic 41. 33% b. hypercementosis d. get pt off coumadin for 2 days before extraction 36.since it is high noble gold and softer. pt gets Hep B a. INR 2 a. both have flat axial & pulpal wall 39. cement is soluble d. cement of choice for porc. deform under load. osteogenesis imperfecta usually assoc w/ a. chlorhexidine b. no rest on central & canine 47. transoral to unblock duct b. pen unable to reach organism… 49. voluntary muscles b. all associated w/ perio problems accept a. obturation no good 46. clean & shaping no good c. why do penicillins have decreased effectivness in abscess -hyaluronidase. flavoring in toothpaste b. best reasoning for implant in max lateral a. food coloring in foods c. hypnosis works on a. extraoral to remove gland c. reduce & immobilize 48. organs and glands 45. most common nonodontogenic cyst nasopalatine duct cust a.a. GP beyond apex b. lymphoepithelial 50. thyroglossal c. least likely cause for failed RCT a. vol & invol muscles c. horiz root fracture a. pollen 43. cause of allergic gingivitis a. well fitting trays 42. least soluble a. cannulation & dilation 44. dermoid b. Fluoride in toothpaste d. organs d. stevens-johnson syndrome . tx for large sialolith near orifice of Wharton’s duct a. fluorapatite 51. Lesion that resembles SCC…16wks and then disappers a. apical curettage . talk w/ pt 55. Hazardous communication regulation a. crown length surgery c. have pt rest and drink lots of water 62. dosimeter in scavenger b. What do you do a. root end resect. Cut onlay…find out margin of crown w/in 1 mm of interseptal bone a. pack cord. 1yr recall shows 5 mm radiolucency. keratoacanthoma c. pap-lefev syndrome c. Final RCT 1mm away from apex. antibiotics b. ethosuimide – petit mal seizures b. bilateral asymptomatic blue stuff under tongue a. retreat b. diazepam c. Reason for splint in palatal torus removal 56. Something about best way to monitor conc. apical curettage only c. hemangioma . monitor NO2 conc on machine and flow rate c. Epileptic pt least likely to take a. max 2nd premolar w/ no apical pathosis. major connector design for large inoperable palatal torus a. Couple question on Kennedy classifications (w/ modifications) 54. down syndrome d. horseshoe 53. root end fill 61. give numbing anesthetic before eating c. papilloma b. train worker when new hazardous product in office (T/F) 57. hypophosphatasia 52. train worker right after you hire (T/F) b. use amalgam 59. of NO2 in brain a. take imp b.b. Lasix (furosemide) 58. ways to treat kid w/ herpetic gingivostomatitis EXCEPT a. papillary hyperplasia 60. pemphigus b. face swelling w/ air spray in perio pocket -soft tissue emphysema 73.b. CNS increase . prevent bacterial colonization b. why are inorganic pyrophasphates in anti-tartar toothpaste: In toothpaste. curette walls to make socket bleed b. prevent phosphate… 65. condition of a chronic desquamative gingiva dsz a. cicatrail pemphigoid 68. begin tx of ANUG pt w/ a. immunofluoresence used for dx of a. no non-narcotic analgesic as needed c. flush out debris w/ sterile solution 66. LP 69. serving to remove calcium and magnesium from saliva and thus preventing them from being deposited on teeth a. debride & instrument c. pleomorphic adenoma 74. short term memory loss c. sodium pyrophosphate acts as a tartar control agent. know what tauradontism looks like on x-ray 67. sedative dressing d. H2O2 rinse b. main sign of dementia a. pyogenic granuloma c. Fordyce granules a. ectopic sebaceous glands 70. smoking 72. Ways to tx dry socket except a. main reason for implant failure a. confusion b. long term memeory loss 64. fastest growing tumor???? a. effects of H1 blocker EXCEPT: (causes CNS depression) a. oncocytoma b. antibiotics 71. varices 63. coma. dilated pupils. signs of morphine intoxication a. most common reason for porc fracture a.b. COPD (maybe)* laryngeal SPASMS Child makes a wheezing sound before injection? o Asthma (induced by stress) . best way to determine platelet fxn a. INR o Infection Drainage: o Zyban (bupropion) is used for Smoking Cessation. etc. pin point pupils. resp depression e. best way to determine abnormal bleeding tendencies -history 79. PTT d. local anesthesia 75. increase acid secretion d.* o Statistics (T-test: compare two groups one control and the other test. chichart. bleeding time c. sweating. contact at metal-porc jxn b. platelet count b.) o Billing: What is synostosis? o o What causes a crowing sound? o o Abnormal development of a joint. CNS decrease c. decreased resp 76. metal oxide formed before porc applied 77. complication of lugwig’s angina -edema of glottis 78. decreased resp: increased accommodation and sensitivity to light reflex b. contaminate metal before opaque layer c. High affinity Know what happens with an overdose of Acetaminophen and Morphine (Mosby’s page 291) Morphine: respiratory depression. liver . o A lot of questions on Inlays/Onlays : Pulpal axial walls converge o Q.* o Q Radiograph what is it: A.Facilitates GABA receptor binding by Increasing the frequency of chloride channel opening.Vasoconstriction of peripheral vessels o Q.Dentinogenesis Imperfecta* pulpless tooth 1 and 2…Type 3 are shell teeth o Dentinal dysplasia type 1 is pulpless. after eruption When do incisors start calcification? 16 weeks o What’s the incidence of cleft lip? o o Child with granulomatous gingiva and bleeding rectal-anus has what? o o Wegners //// not sure How does an antagonist work? o o 1:700 No intrinsic activity.o.What’s the action of the Benzodiazepines? A.What oral manifestation is seen in children with HIV? A* Candidiasis #1 o o When does a permanent 1st molar or complete calcification? o o 4-5y.o When do you check phonetics for a CD/CD? o o Wax try-in QWhat does Alpha-1 do? A. o What drug has the highest concentration in crevicular fluid? Tetracycline o What are the reasons a dentist needs to pre-medicate? o Antifungals: Know which ones are systemic and which ones are topical o Mycelex. o Epinephrine: Does not cause bronchodilation…YES IT DOES o If a patient is allergic to Ampicillin. hypokalemia. what else can you premedicate with? Clindamycin 600mg 1-hr before. or Clarithromycin 500 (look at specific doses!) all 1-hr before. Azithromycin 500. what do you give for it Potasium K+. o Adverse Effects of Thiazide Diuretics: Hyperuricemia.Nastatin rinse and Clotrinzol-troch are topical. Cephalexinn2000. .o Most common antidepressant does what? o Inhibits reuptake of both Norepinephrine and 5-HT (if the most common is TCA) o Which drug best reverses the effect of benzodiazepines? o o Flumazenil Benzo flu away Carbamazepine: o used for Trigeminal Neuralgia. nystatin. ketoconazol. Use NSAIDS o How does Digoxin work? o Inhibits Na/K ATPase of cardiac cell membranes resulting in increase of Na concentration intracellularly. Do not use to treat constant. fascial pain. Amphoteracin B. cardiac glycoside. o Systemic Ketoconazol. later kidney toxic. Lower expansion and strength. 47) o What analgesic do you give a child with Asthma? Tylenol o What are you worried about when a patient is on Naproxin? o Heart attack or stroke short breathe. . valtrex o Why don’t you give Sulfonylureas to Type I diabetic patients? They do not have beta cells for insulin (pg.o Grisofalvin: used for athletes foot. o What is affected on an overdose of Acetaminophen? Liver o What material should not be used to take an impression of a bridge? o o What happens if you increase water in gypsum stone? o o Polyether Hydrophillic.) o When looking at a radiograph. what zone of caries are you looking at? Demineralization. o Lower alla upper tragus and interpuplar distance. etc. o VDR-Freeway Space=VDO (p. 57) o Centric Relation: Man to Max o Centric Occlusion: teeth o Know Public Health o Pre-contemplation /contemplation o Know the positioning of panoramic films (why is there an error? ex: chin tilted to high/low. Know the landmarks for the Fox plane. o Know drugs that are used for Herpes: Acyclovir. Abfraction. o What is expected from a high noble metal? No tarnish or corrosion?? . o Primary stability for an edentulous CD on maxillary? Palate and residual ridges. o Mand buccal shelves and 2/3 RMP. o Filler composites: Larger fillers have more strength. o What is the hardest metal? Gold Type IV o What is a compomer? (p. Releases fluoride)Root caries and Class V. o What is the worst type of force for an implant? Horizontal.o What is true of Strep. RMGI is better.17) o A colored dye in an organic base adheres to the denatured collagen which distinguishes between infected dentin and affected dentin o What instrument would not be used to bevel the gingival margin of an MOD prep? o o What has the largest thermal expansion? o o Enamel Hatchet?? Composite? What is the corrosive phase of amalgam? o Tin/Copper phase o What type of amalgam needs to be condensed more? Spherical. o Reinforced Zinc Phosphate Eugenol: Best luting agent? o Know definitions of Attrition. 26) GI and Composite modified with polyacid groups. o What determines lingual border of Mandibular impression? Superior Pharyngeal Constrictor muscle and buccal is masseter. mutans? Can live in plaque. but do not polish as well o What is the composition of Glass Ionomers? Silica glass and polyacrylic acid. Can live on gingival Can live in a child with no teeth Has to live on a non-shedding surface o How do you determine the severity of fluorosis? Look at the two worst teeth? o What does arrested caries look like? o o Black dark How does caries indicator work? (p. o MC amalgam: Irregular cut last cut. used in low-stress-bearing areas (Less wear resistant than composite. Erosion o When do you do perio surgery (crown lengthening) when the caries is subgingival? o What causes the greatest incidence of implant failure? Smoking. amelogenesis imperfecta. o What is the mechanism of local anesthetics? Blocks Na channels intracellularly o A bunch of Nitrous Oxide questions: o What is an absolute contra-indication for the use of Nitrous Oxide? Sickle cell anemia or nasal congestion? o Why is nitrous oxide used on children? alleviate anxiety o Most common side effect of nitrous oxide? nausea o If patient does not have 100% oxygen after nitrous oxide: Diffusion hypoxia o What type of caries detection is the Dyfoti used for? Class II? o DaignoDent is Class I o A lot of questions on Local Aggressive Periodontitis o Where are the most teeth lost in local aggressive periodontitis? Max molars. The unaffected will continue growth. what is the expected growth? The fractured side will lag. o Do you use antibiotics with local aggressive periodontitis? No. Forward or back word for class III. cleft lip (Cleft Lip) o A chanker due to Syphilis mostly resembles: Aphthous ulcers. o Know how to treat pediatric teeth (SSCrown primary molars that have MO caries due to the cervical constriction) o Reverse Pull headgear Class III o Would you use an RPI or surgery to expand the palate on a 17 y. female? (surgery) o When a primary molar is extracted what type of space maintainer would be used? Know the different types and indications distal shoe. o Crack tooth syndrome is most likely found? Mandibular Molars o Vertical Root Fracture is most likely found? Max 1st PreMolar. dentinogenesis imperfecta.o When is a post and core indicated? o What does staining do for ceramics? Alters hue. o What causes most vertical root fractures? Condensation of gutta percha o Leukemia Picture: young person that is fatigued and has a jacked-up mouth o What is a problem with neutropenia? Infection? (not enough neutrophils to fight off infection) o Patient fractures one condyle. o BSSO = Vertical Osteotomy (when used) push mand.o. o What is the difference btw distraction osteogenesis Max and BSSO Man? o What is the most common? Dentinal dysplasia. . RAPID palatal expansion. o How do you treat bruxism? Mouthguard o What disease will alter healing after root canal treatment? HIV or diabetes? o How does a gingivectomy heal? Secondary intention? o What do you want to see healing after perio surgery? PDL. antibiotics o Know Cemento-osseous dysplasia: . o Restore: PDL Bone Cement. o What is the disadvantage of a connective tissue graft? Two surgical sites o What type of flap do you use in crown lengthening? Apical Repositioning Flap o What environment factor alters healing? Smoking o What cells are radiosensitive? Bone marrow cells. o Know Herpes vesicles. iatrogenic. bone. Heart problems mitral valve. o What conditions not to use bisphosphonates: Metastatic disease to bone. Hypo-calcified soft flaks off. no scars (what happens and what they look like) o When do you do a pulp cap? Small exposure. o What doesn’t hypochlorite do? Chelation>>> EDTA o Know the drugs that cause gingival hyperplasia? Ca+ blocker. apexogenesis (p. o Fusion one less tooth/Gemination on radiograph o Know the Imperfectas Amelogenisis: Hyp-plastic pitting enamel o Hypo-mature brown molding. etc. Repair: Long junctional epi and CT. Crowding. o Know when to biopsy o What type of cyst recur the most? Odontogenic Kerotocyst o What is the rarest cyst? o Actinomycosis has pus. small teeth short roots. normal looking. Metastatic prostate cancer? (prostate) o Know how to determine if a patient is a high caries risk? assesment o How do you fix a posterior cross bite? Quad helix. Cleft lip and palate. o What causes Pink Tooth Mummery? Trauma and infection o Picture of Odontogenic Myxoma: Soups bubbles. o Know apexification vs. Multiple myeloma. Metastatic breast cancer. o A lot of questions on Down Syndrome: small Max Big tongue. sperm. 184) 3yrs for root to form. Dylantin Phenotoin.o Most common type of occlusion in primary teeth: End-on-end? o Know the syndromes with supernumerary teeth cleidocranial Gardners and adontia ectodermal displasia. other conc too electrical pulp test OKC osteoporosis high What cement can’t use under bonded amalgam = ZOE When can’t use Ketoconozole. Angina pectoris.= Why use non rigid fixed retainers.= erythromycin What antibiotic is in gingival crevicular fluid = tetracycline All are clinical signs of mobility except = increase in PDL space What is similar to squamous cell carcinoma= keratocanthoma Microthnathia. glossoptosis = Pierre robin syndrome Puetz Jegger syndrome = brown macules on lips .5%. Congestive heart failure What is probantine.o Florid Black females vital all four Quads o Focal White females vital edentoulous one lesion o Periapical black female vital. o Multiple Myeloma: Punched out lesions. external factors and stress. o Etiology of Squamous Cell Carcinoma. Antisialogue Tetracylcline binds to what.= Glucocorticoids result in all except. calcium components of bones and teeth Percodan antagnonist = nalaxone What is in a root canal sealer = Zinx oxide Concentration of sodium hyperclorite = I put 5.= correct path of insertion Where put pier abutment= distal of female component What is Isorsbide use fo=. o What sterilization is safe for carbide burs? Dry-heat. man anteriors. cleft palate. NERB CONCEPTS Nuchal Stiffness = Permanent Tooth with most prominent cervical bulge= meningitis mandibular molar Differentate btw perio and pulpal abcess= What do you find in Basal Cell Nevus. quality of photons in the beam MA = # of photons in the beam Mechanism of prozac= serotononin inhibitor an SSRI Narcotic antagonis= flumanzil or naloxone Principle of interrupted sutures= immobilized the flap How to suture = from movable to fixed Tight sutures results in what= necrosis loss of alveolar bone . cold and electrical pulp test= periapical dysplasia What is not a genetic disease= odontoregional dysplasia Why is DNA probe use = what alleles cause the disease If have tuberosity and facial undercuts = remove tuberosity Best implant location = man anterior How tx aggressive perio= debridemen/scaling and antibiotics What bacteria associated with JLP = What is the test for coumadin = PT/INR What muscle translate the condyle= lat pterygoid What muscle position and pull condyle in fracture = lat pterygoid What antibiotic for odontogenic infection= Pen VK What main adverse effect of erythromycin = GI disturbances What is main adverse effect of Nitrous = nausea What causes mydrasis = anticholinergics If have antral oral fistula = what meds give pt How tx max dome cyst in sinus = no tx All restore 1. what do you do = observe until K9 erupts Why remove flabby tissue= denture have firm base Max complete denture with 6 lower ant teeth = see bone loss in ant Aa max When is fixed bridge CI in ant area = What is the purpose of an indirect retainer What is efficacy of a drug = max reponse of that drug KVP = the energy.5mm diastema except = composites If 10 yr old have diastema. Cyst around CROWN of third impacted molar= dentigerous Teeth responds to heat. 5 t0 1mm from radiographic apex When do primary central erupts= 6 months Child is 4 yrs.5mm to 1mm/24hrs Where should obturation end= 0. what RCT supplementation needed = none Concentration of NaF = 1. mesial root is left= use cryer elevator Overextension of man distobuccal flange= massater muscle Overextension of man ant buccal frenum = obicularis oris 5 yr old child has .23% When extracting upper molars.75ppm fluoride in water. why start from 3rd molar to anterior: to decrease chance of tuberosity fracture ( remember beware of lone molar) . lost 2nd primary molar= distal shoe Removable appliances in ortho produce = tipping forces Most commom malocclusion= class II div I Primary CI is avulsed. what to avoid = removing contacts Implants = high torque low speed When do gingivectomy= suprabony pockets’ Which tooth is likely to fail after perio= max 1st molar What causes dyguesia= radiation tx What can xerostmia cause= retrograde salivary infection How tx denture sore mouth Nodules on alveolar ridge of infant= bohn nodules What is freeze dry cadaver bone= autoplast What is the migration rate of epi tissue= 0. don’t put it back= never replant primary teeth Where do permanent teeth erupt= facially How to tx pregnant pt with hypotension in 3rd trimester= lay on side of back How to tx pt with hearing impairment If extract max molar. pain on biting= vertical fracture Where most likely to perforate in max centrals = facial Where most likely to perforate in max 1PM = mesial When polishing composites. What is the bacteria in periodontitis = P gingivalis Place post and core. they are torrus What amalgam best for interproximal spaces= admixed What amalgam use strong lat condensation forces.=Spherical What calcium channel blocker causes gingival hyperplasia. give all excepts= opiods Pt has peptic ulcer. should avoid= Steroids Unseating of max denture can result from.= under sulfide Which papilla involve in hairy luekoplakia= filliform Where is cancer least likely to occur= alveolar ridge When do you use an occl separator= for muscle spasms Pt has severe head injury.= neferdrine What drug tx ventricular arrhythmia= lidocaine Where do you place heavier bevel on an onlay= working cusp Where store scrap amalgam. If have 1mm of space btw upper and lower molars= reduce tuberosity No teeth development = results in resorbtion of alveolar ridge What do you see in langerhans cell disease = teeth floating in air Tx for bilateral round opacities in man anterior area = none.=Excessive depth of palatal seat What is the closest speaking sound= S sound What is the best combination for Parkinson disease= Ldopa and carbidopa Whats best way to avoid root caries.= maintaing perio attachment What causes contraction of amalgam= tin What delay expansion of amalgam= Zinc What is the therapeutic index= LD50/ED50 Drug that demonstrate redistribution= thiopental Which tooth radiates pain to the ear= man molar Whats a pear shape bur = #330 What do see in eagles syndrome = calcification of stylohyoid ligament What test use to asses hemophiliac= PTT What is ZIDOVERDINE= an HIV med . osteosarcoma Picture showing localized widening of post man molars and sunburst pattern of bone = osteoscarcoma Picture showing bone loss around 1st molars and incisors = LJP Picture showing radiolucence btw man premolars. measures the PH changes on tooth enamel surface KVP controls what= contrast Picture of buccal mucosa with white plaque. = k FILE What is a Stephan plot. subepitheilal split = phengigoid . pt has AIDS = karposi sarcoma Premalignant precursor of squamous cell carcinoma= actinic chelitis What is pagets a premalignant condition for. = to remove low energy photons What are intensifying screens used for= to reduce pt dose What cell type found most in PDL= fibroblast What coating is responsible for plaque adhering to teeth = salivary a true fissural cust pellicle Term used to describe HIV gingivitis= linear gingival erythema What see with pseudopocketing. wipe off = candidiasis Picture of redish puple lesion on hard palate. also osteogenesis imperfector occurs with dentinogenesis imperfectar type I Conditions associated with multiple supernumary teeth = gardner syndrome and cleidocranial dysplasia Median palatal cyst= Where do you see sulfer granules= actinomycosis What see in erythema multiforme= target iris or bull lesion Why are filters use. = mental foreman Picture showing desquamtive gingivitis. Main cause of caries = plaque formation What is peer review = organize dentistry When do you see blue sclera= with osteogenisis imperfectar.=NO ATTACHMENT LOSS WHAT TYPE OF FILE IS STRONGEST AND CUTS LEAST AGGRESSIVE. scars in eye. know diff btw apexification and apexogensis vs conventional RCT tx. etc one Q near the end it was like. fractures etc Lots of behavorial science questions . Picture showing non healing lesion on lat border of tongue = squampos cell carcinoma Picture showing rodent ulcer on cheekbone = basal cell carcinoma Which type of basal cell nevus is premalignant = junctional type Picture showing pear shape radiolucency = nasopalentine cyst Picture showing lots of osteomas = most likely to have gardners syndrome Picture showing a oval red patch in midline of tongue. narrow acess to reach interproximal caries Lots of trauma/endo questions. avulsion. Intusion. pt just undergone orthognathic surgery. after surgery. good luck on those can u use benadryl for delayed hypersensitivity? how u treatment nasopalatine cyst there were a few Qs on gold…how the preps differ from amalgam. its dark red in color and bleeds easily = pyogenic granuloma What is concrescence = fusion of cementum only Picture showing unilateral enlargement of max. xray showing ground glass = fibrous dysplasia Picture showing cotton wool pattern and hypercementosis = pagets Where do you see positive nikosky sign = phemphigus vulguis Infectious mono see what = positive mono spot test Best combo for tx of TB = rifampin and isoniazid Earliest carious lesion = incipient What is a slot prep. how tx = nyastatin b/c its median rhomboid glossitis Picture showing an outgrowth on interdental papilla. he got fever of 102 but no swelling or tenderness . what is most likely sequalae like ankylosis nonunion malunion etcetc one Q on slob rule like ur maxillary premolar if u take the xray from the mesial aspect does the buccal root look mesial. what is most common bone malignancy in ppl under 25 (Ewing sarcoma wasn’t an option so I picked osteosarcoma) all the Qs abt indirect retainer.. case studie.i have no idea non-rigid connectors for FPD there was a Q abt endo like for K file and reamers (i think) what is distance btw D1 to D2 . or lingual to the palatal root learn ur Cohort.studies. and u dont immobilize adequately. correlational..... distal. rests. facial.etc Flumazenil came up twice Peutz Jegher came up a few times too. X-sectional.what can it be the choices were wound infection smthing ecchymosis Atelectasis another Q was that if there is fracture. .. HIV. I was looking for LeFort I but that wasn’t an option… Levodopa and Parkinson’s.(something like that…sorry can’t really remember) C and L osteotomy (at least know what they are. . non-working? Both? Etc) Know btw vWD. imbibition Why bevel functional cusp? Which area of a flame do u use to melt gold? Reduction. post mandible. TB. etc…but they didn’t have an answer choice like that. . ant maxilla.. oxidation. So am not sure wtf they r asking) If complete denture on one arch. tooth-supported rpd on other arch. mixing. zone? Material for home bleaching? If MOD amalgam crack in the middle.ie. chroma. hemophilia A and B There was a Q abt maxillary osteotomy to correct smthing (I forget what).or was it D0 to D1. They were mainly drugs for herpes. Cuz I didn’t) Syneresis. or value Kennedy classifications Which area is implant more successful? (I went by how good the bone is. but patient asymptomatic. What do u do? What is hardest to alter? The hue. There was a Q abt matching the drug with its use. what kind of occlusion do u go for? (like contact on working. that kind of thing. dislodging of denture. But too bad I’ve never heard of some of them. etc) Something about Alveolar clefts. median. mode If Wharton’s duct has sialolith obstruction near orifice. Answer choices were things like. Cri-du-chat Know the diff btw mean. Which are mixed-acting opioids? Impression material with the most dimensional stability How does caries detecting dye differentiate btw infected and affected dentin? If pt has habitual retruded tongue. What is the tx? Know that SLE is associated with endocarditis and glomerulonephritis A few Q on cerebral palsy Johnston-Tanaka space analysis 2006 NBDE II Day 1: 1----Action of Cardiac glycosides Answer : binds and inhibits Na+/K+ ATPase 2----What is the antidote for Percodone ( oxycoden) . speech problem. mastication problem. How do most diuretics work. Unfortunately I didn’t recognize some of the names…but the q basically asked u to differentiate btw specific and non-specific ones.Q about B--blockers. what is most likely sequelae? (sorry I have not a fucking clue wtf they are asking. denstist who work with HEMA( composite) can have what kinda complication contact dermatitis 16----why should a dentis figure out the outline for first: for the easy access 17--.5 was the choice 14----pupose of insical guidance : mount casts.5..which of the following is the endocrine involvement that is related to jaw deformity: Acromegaly Paget’s disease Cherubisim .how do you distinguish acute apical absess and periodontal absess: Pulp test 10----.Answer: all opiate antidote is naloxones Answer was Naloxones 3---.orthodontic tx will provide: restorative and periodontal mantanance 13---.begin prep 15---.to 3.pulpal pain that only occure at night with no stimulation: puplpal necrosis 18--.how long for the root take to complete: 2.which of the following anesthetic can be used as topical: Lidocaine 12---..adjust condylar guidance ..most complication of sagital osteotomy: I think nerological problems 4----if someone can’t take ibuprofen what can you give? Aspirin Demerol Pentazocine 5-----x-ray of odontoma ( anterior lots of little tooth in the x-ray around the canine) 6------most rigid material: Polyether 7----most stable impression material: additional silicon ( same as PVS ) they just used another name 8----perforation caused during endo tx of max f MOLAR: mesial cancavity 9----.when the heat apply to tooth.lingering pain for several minutes: irreversible pulpitis 19--. what would be your response: 27---.which sement is the easiest to remover after procedure: Zinc Phosphate 22— when the bud stage occurs in utro: 23--..in an appointment for the impression of implant what do you do firsit: put the coping first .slow speed (238 oral surgery book) 38..the most radiopaque in composite is: Barrium ( it is a metal) 28--. 34—OSHA rule on hepatitis B vaccination 35—Tissue that grows the fastest in the first year neuronal 37—what speed and torque for implant is used: --.Freezed dried cadaver bone is a type of: allograft 33—large condenser with lateral condensation is used in: admix.Radiation of 4(Gy) to the skin will cause: Erythema 26.Albrite’s I think the answer is paget’s but I am not sure 20---.removable appliances cuasues : tipping movement 31--.complete set of dental stone will occur 24 hrs after final setting 21----.answer High Torque .the main component of any root sealers is: Zinc oxide 29—when you used ZOE in a primary what kind to u use: ZOE with catalyst ZOE with no catyst 30--. clucocorticoids side effect is all of the following EXCEPT: Infection Reduced inflammation answer Hypoglycemia *** answer is this because Glucocorticoid cuases Hyperglycemia 25.Glucocorticoides are contraindicated in : Diabetes 24 – related to q # 23.depth of the cavity prep on primary teeth should be : 32--.spherical…etc.if the patient tell you why you fees are so hight.. There was an x-ray that showed anterior teeth with buch of smaller teeth in the lingual site and one of the anterior teeth with missing: Here were the choices: it looked like crown of the impacted teeth were tuching the erupted teeth root’s: Since there was one less anterior tooth I put : fusion for the answer Fusion Germination Concrescence 48 – if a child is treated with methamphetaimine what disorder the child has: Attention deficit disorder 49. etc. 46 – there was a picture of Fibroma but the term fibroma was not used instead they used another name: Focal Fibrous Hyperplasia 47.if a pt.surgon extraction a mandibular molar and all of a sudden mesial root break: what instrument u use: crayer forcep crane forcep 41-.which one of the following drug is chelated with C++ tetracycline 42. is treated with coumodin what test you have to do .after orthodontic tx.check the tray first to see if it fits put the coping with acrylic resin another choice I don’t remember and I don’t know the answer 39 – keeping the Kvp and msA the same and changing from the D film to E film. pt with no other systemic disease develop high fever… 43---..gingivactomy is contraindicated with: mininmum attached gingiva 42-.cleft palate Pierre – Robin syndrome 44--.Glossoptosis – micrognathia . some syndrome.Ameloblastoma histology : 45—xerostomia depelope in what complication: increase salivary N+.. to keep the same intensity one should do : increase KVp and msA Decreae both Increase kpv and decrease msA Increase msA and decrease Kvp 40---. 12 INR deals with PT .. what would you do for pt.50 – in DMFS “ s” stand for ----------.bleading time PT --.if a pt. before any tx have pt continue and increase the dose 60—Hepatitis D: through B 61 – example of potassium sparing drug: spirolacton 62. has been using 10 mg of corticosteroid for 10 years..11.surface 51—except question: all of the following are associated with metastisis to the jaw expect: parestesia of the lip irregular radiolucency to more choice that I don’t recall 52—after placing a crown with composite resin.9.extrinsic factor – PTT – intrinsic factor 8. PT.lead to SCC 65—make sure u understand PTT .INR.when a dentist tell the pt what to do: paternalism 63—which of the following has the greatest tendancy for malignancy: keratic acanthoma 64: actinic cheilitis --.Fluoxetine ( prozac ) Mechanism of action: Serotonine selective 55 – know the mechanism of action of TCA answer – it decreases the reuptake of Norepinephrine 56 – The causes of Verrcus xanthoma Human papilloma virus 57—drug of choice for pulpal involvement Pen V 58 –mechanism of action of pen is closely related to keflx ( cephalaxin ) 59. after six month arouth the porceline gingiva there is a discoloroation ( brown color) what is the cause: Microcrack of porcilane Amin discoloroation of resin 53—Propantheline bromide is: anti-cholinergic ( they used another name ) 54-.. 5 years old child with .Factor VIII is hemophila A Bleeding time has to do with palatal count 64 – deaf pt. how much floride supplement: 0 mg 79 – pt taking dicumoral is probably treated for: coronary infarct . you can see denuded root.75ppm floride in their water req.I put this choice I am not sure 71.which one of the following cement is the easiest to clean: resin cement Glass Ionomers Polycarboxylic Zin Phosphate -. stiffness of muscle. blow it gingiva lift.4. and difficulty opening : I put arthritis and TMJ I am not sure 75 – most lab complain : the tooth is not reduced enough 76 – the anterior maxillary incisors can given a younger appearance if: rounding the incisal point agle 77 – best treatment of localized aggressive periodontitis: 78. what is the treatment? 67 – cleft lip and palate --6-9 weeks in utero 68 – with cleft lip and palate what occlusion is mostly seen--class III malocclusion 69.most of the x-ray is converted to : heat 70. they can read the lips 65—chroma is the intensity of color 66 – rad sor.none vital bleaching is with carbamide and 35 % hydrogen proxide 72 – thee usual metabolic path of ingested fluride primarly involves urinary excretion with remaining portion in: skeletal tissue 73—which one of the things can be seen with TMP pt in elders: depression 74— a football player has: crepetis. post anesthetic lip biting 89 – to prove it clinical effectiveness an antimicrobial agent must demonstrate that it: help to reduce the disease 90 . which of the following major connector is appropriate for this pt: answer: a lingual plate with interruptions In the palate at the diastama 85 – the porpus of the rest seat is: 86--. geniogloassus 82—stupid wheel chair question: 83—when pt. The best explanation of his condition is .pt presents with a restricted floor of the mouth. closes. There is no history of obvious trauma. received dental tx.after surveying and designing which is the first step to do: reduction the axial for proximal plate 87—which one of the following best describe adjunctive orthodontic tx: answer: orthodontic tx to enhance restoratitive and perio rehabilation 88. 92 . only 6 mandiblar anterior teeth and diastama b/w several teeth.A 22-year old male patient complains of dull pain in the posterior left mandibular region. The best course of action is to CONTINUE RCT. but a radiopacity of bone peripheral to this radiolucency. sup constrictor.80 – which of the following physical signs indicates severe CNS oxygen deprivation Dilated pupil with an absence of light reflex 81.group of muscle that influence the lingual border of final impression for an edentoulus pt: answer: palatoglossus. the ulceration appeared several hrs after the pt. REPAIR THE PERFORATION AT A SUBSEQUENT APPOINTMENT ONLY IF ASSOCIATED PATHOSIS DEVELOPS. 91 – route of infection to midiatiam: submandibular --.The pulpal floor is perforated during access preparation. for tuberocity reduction all other choice were very wrong 84 -. Which of the following represent the most: answer: --. A radiograph reveals not only a radiolucency around the 1 st molar roots.later pharyngeal – retropharyngeal – prevertebral92. there is only 1 mm b/w retromolar pad and tubercity: you should refer the pt.Patients with natural dentitions generate the greatest amount of occlusal force during PARAFUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT.child has a sor ulceration in a lower lip. mylohyoid. Patients with natural dentitions generate the greatest amount of occlusal force during PARAFUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT 96—if there is an article and if you want to underatand the definition of Dependent and independent.maxillary 1st molar access opening: 100—in finding the orofic of the canal you can do all of the following EXCEPT: using a high hand piece with diamond bur 101: with the mandible is fracture with muscle move it jaw forward and medial Medial pterygoid .most common carried among 5-17 years old occlusal? Proximal Facial Lingual Root? I don’t know. which part of the article you look: Introduction Method Body Result Summary Answer: I DON”T KNOW 97 – a dentist in his clinic notice new diseases this is : incidence 97 __ for the second division of trigeminal nerve block where ( which foramen ) the needle should penetrate: Nasoplatine foramen Rotoandom Greater palatine Note: pterigopalatine and sphenopalatine was not the choice 98 – uncouncous diabetic is treated with: 50 % dexterose in water 99 --. I put occlusal 94 --Pulpal anatomy dictates a triangular-access cavity preparation in the MAXILLARY CENTRAL INCISOR 95 .A REACTION TO AN APICAL INFLAMMATORY DISEASE 93. Lateral Pterygoid Masseter Anterior belly of digastric 102.in releaving a buckle frenum for a mand. Denture which muscle is released: caninus orbiqularis oris masseter several other muscle: 103) which of the following cells appear to be defective in Localized aggressive periodontitis: neutrophile 104) Know oligodontia and hypodontia are signs of what syndrome? 105 ) multiple osteoma seen in ? Gardener syndrome 105) there was an x-ray asking to distinguish the radiolucency: Tramatic bone cyst Aneurismal bone cyst Stefen’s Static bone cyst 106) 4 years old avuled max centeral: extract the other central to make it bilateral RCT Leave out 107 ) Which one of the following is not part of redistribution oxidation hydration gluconitiaon Covalant bond * 108) the best treatment of a diastma b/w the anterior 8 and 9 is: proximal composite Veneer Full crown no ortho and surgery was suggested 109) another question about diastema when you close it: answer: wait until the perm canine are erupted . . mechanical retention 114) pt had a post and core 6 months ago. white stuff: tissue necrosis 120) lots of question about Localized aggressive perio: how you treat them do you use systemic antibiotic what antibiotic you use tetracycline has an effect on mod ( inhibit host collagenase) etc.no he has sever pain with no apparent cause: Vertical root fracture 115: one hr after placing the crown pt has a soothing pain when teeth comes to gether what is the cause hyperocclusion galvanisim pulp 116) the amont of the x-ray exposure that a fetus get in a single x-ray is: double the normal amount outside half less than 1 day that a person get it in a day from outside exposure 117) all of the following are the x-ray to access the bone in implant of 6 anterior teeth except: topography Pan CT Periapical – I put this as an answer but I am not sure 118 ) patient come to your office and with multiple lesion around the gingival. he mention is gets tired fast: multiple pyogenic tumor Leukima – I chose this as my answer Peripheral giant cell granula 119) pt put aspirin on the tooth.. ..110) most likely lesion after child in dentist office is: lip bitting ( anesthesia) 111) all of the following cuase damage to soft tissue except topical use of floride 112) sealant : micromechanical retention 113) most composite resin by. 121) most complication of IV and general anesth. Not all the choices were remembered. it says “ANS”) 30% Rocks from 1991/93/98/ 2001/02/03/04 Prosth/ restorative was not too difficult.Hypoxia 122) interrupted suture is used for: decrease infection stable tissue I put stabilize tissue better decrease bleeding 123) when you suturing always suture from: loose to firm tissue 124) dentist try to take an x-ray PA of mandible. If it is an answer thought to be correct.p 125.outliers control mean median mode standard deviation 126 – you try to take the impression patient keep gaging: Bad tech Personal trait Two other choices I forgot 127 – chance in color of enamel only on the surface can be fixed by: restoration put crown enamoplasy - answer 128) what is DNA prob analysis From the Computer exam 2006 (Choices are listed.dental secrets is good 129 -Rapport with dentist questions . but because of interferences in the moth can’t take it. what kind of extra-oral x-ray can be taken? Oblique mandible Water view A. what is a Schedule II drug? .three calculations on how much Local Anesthesia (mg in 5ml of 2% lidocaine) (20 kg or 44 lb child.Which artery are you scintillating when checking sphygmomometer? (Asking about where you check the BP) Ans: Brachial Artery 134 -at is the longitudinal study? 135 . Prevalence 136 What is the impression material that causes syneresis and imbibition? (Alginate is not a choice?) 137 Ans: Metallic Oxide?????? What is related to Osteogenesis Imperfecta? Ans: Dentinogenesis Imperfecta 138 Most common mental disorder in the public? Ans: Anxiety or Depression? 139 Most common mental disorder in the elderly? Ans: Depression??? 140 Of the following.Oral Path: 5-10 pictures Lateral cyst located where? Cleidocranial Dysostosis? Ectodermal Dysplasia? Cerebral Palsy? 132 .Eye contact… etc 130 Endo traumaWhen to do Pulpotomy with CaOH When to do a pulpotomy with formocresol When to do pulpectomy (Very similar to rock questions) 131 . what is the maximum local anesthetic to give?) 133.cidence vs. comprehensive exam. What to do? Remove duct Remove the submandibular gland… etc . choose the best one) 145 What is the purpose for oil in the house foundation??? (radiology) 146 Contraindication for endo therapy: Ans.Restorability 147 Which of the following not associated with periodontal disease in the primary dentition? Down’s Syndrome Steven’s Johnson Syndrome Cycloneutropenia 148 Treatment plan for 0. what follows the statement “do no harm” 144 What is the order of treating a tooth needing restorative? -pain. restore the tooth (these were placed in different order.8 mm wide nasopalatine cyst? 149.Large Sialolith infected in the Wharton’s duct.Hydrocodon Oxycodon Vicodan 141 What causes the most damage to an opposing restoration? Overdenture Complete Denture Tooth-support RPD Tooth-tissue RPD 142 Which is the worst prognosis for periodontal defect? Mx 1st Molar Mnd 1st Molar 143 Know justice/ beneficience/ autonomy Question states. Best way to build rapport with the patient? Persistent eye contact Active listening 157. Which of the following DOES NOT happen in Local Anesthesia Overdose? 152. Internal Bleaching can cause what? 163. Treatment of Recurrent Herpes 158. Lithium is used for what? Antipsychotic Schizophrenia 156. What do you with Petit Mal? Phenytoin Diazepam Protect patient from self harm 155. Which disease can be Diagnosed with immunofluorescence? Pemphigus 162.150 .Onion Peel look on the radiograph is characteristic of what? 160 . Air/ Water Syringe after endo..What syndrome if one side of the face swells after dinner? Ans: Sialolith 151. What has the least root surface area in mm squared? . what happens from debris into sulcus? Hematoma???? 161. H1 Antagonists will do what? (one choice was increase in gastric something) 153. Which of the following has the BEST survival rate? *Squamous cell carcinoma Adenocarcinoma Osteosarcoma 159. What is the space maintainer of choice? Lingual Arch??? 168. and not the basic steps What is the biggest problem that causes no air into lungs? Airway obstruction Did not pinch the nose Know adverse effects and problems when doing CPR Why do you get gastric distension when doing CPR? 170. Which is the most soluble? Hydroxyapatite Carbonic Apatite Fluoroapatite 166. Patient complains of PFM on #8 and has the PFM for 5 years. All the following have mechanism of action that deals with intramembranous permeability through cell membrane except what? Ans: Propanolol???? 165. Upright a Mnd 1st Molar with lingual and omega loop? What happens? Tilting of ant tooth Over tilting… etc 169. Know about CPR.5mm also given) 171. Restoration is a lot lighter than the other teeth. Which is the most susceptible to caries? Mnd 1st Molar Mnd 2nd Molar Mx 1st Molar 167. Optimal Incisal Reduction of PFM? Ans: 2mm (1. What is the treatment of choice? .Mx Lateral Mx Central Mnd 1st PM Mx 3M with fused root 164. Both primary and secondary molars exfoliate. True or False of each statement 181. When dealing with furcation. What caused it? Hypercalcification during the first 6-12 months Hypercalcification during natal Hypercalcification during the primary tooth 178. Chroma is the saturation of the Hue 175.fitting margins Rough margins Within Biologic width 180. Know that Value is the most important. Prognosis of tooth with GTR is better in Mx molar than with Mnd molar. Which of the following is least likely to cause progressive perio problems? Soft tissue injury Ill. Guided tissue regeneration best used with Osseointegrated bone graft. 174. Pulpectomy and filling a Mnd Molar. Small white lesion on the tooth the patient’s whole life.Teeth whitening Veneer over PFM Replace PFM 173. where would you most likely perforate? Mesial Distal 176. Which fluoride causes the most staining? (all the fluorides we use were listed) 177. Which is the least likely to cause bacterial endocarditis? Extraction Scaling and Root Planing . What is the use of Mitronidazole? Ans: Antibiotic and Antifungal 179. how do you sterilize it? (ethylene oxide) . Most common complaint of Sagittal split? 190. What does “S” stand for in DMFS? Ans: Surface 191. Plastic instrument. What is the Point A in Cephalometrics? Ans: Most inferior structure in between _____________________ 189.Probing Adult Prophy Root Canal Therapy 182. What does the Weight and height stand for in recordings? Ordinal Nominal 192. Which tooth do you test with EPT other than itself? Adjacent Contralateral 184. Class V and something about Modulus of elasticity 185. Which space would cause infection in the Mediastinum? 187. How come Maxillary infection is dangerous? Ans: Drainage straight to the brain without valves (Cavernous Sinus) 188. Definitions of: Abfraction Attrition Erosion 186. Purpose of the EPT? Pulpal response No pulpal response 183. What causes porcelain to break off from the PFM? Metal Oxidation Occlusal Contact Metal Contaminated 200. What is the best way to anticipate a prolonged bleeding time with extraction? Ans: History??? 197.193. What should the dentist predict with the use of Cyclosporine? Increase gingival fibers Gingival Hyperplasia Increase pockets and bleeding 198. Effect of Norepi? How does it increase Blood Pressure? Heart rate Contractility Peripheral Resistance 194. When do you fill the tooth with CaOH? 1st week into splinting After 14 days splinting Resorption 195. Which of the following is best to know the platelet count? PT Time Bleeding time INR 196. Best instrument for SRP of Distal Mandibular tooth? Gracey 1/2 Gracey 9/10 Universal 13/14 Gracey 13/14 199. Increase water:powder ratio to casting investment material will lead to: Increase setting expansion . about 3 questions on the different flourides. what is the exact treatment plan for an immediate denture? 204. NBDE II from july 2006 how u treatment nasopalatine cyst: palatal flap approach -> enucleation. 2-3 flouride supplement questions the clinical part on the second day asked alot about the drugs that can and can not be used on an asthmatic patient and a hypertensive patient. what are the advantages/disadvantages of an immediate denture? 205. one asked about which type is more likely to cause staining? which type is mostly in toothpaste? i had no idea on these questions 206. cerebral palsy was on there 2 times.Increase thermal expansion Decrease setting expansion Decrease thermal expansion 201. What is pathognemonic for measles: Ans: Koplik Spots??? 203. something about the phosphate ion in an anti-tartar toothpaste. The exact mechanism of Caries dyes (detectors) in effected and affected lesions 202. why are composites not put in primary posterior teeth? 207. recurrence is rare . 209. what is the moa? 208. But too bad I’ve never heard of some of them. can used either inverted L or a C osteotomy. penbutalol. tenormin. Peutz Jegher came up a few times too.. Cuz I didn’t) -> for fixing mandibular prognathism can use inverted L. . betaxolol. inderal. Unfortunately I didn’t recognize some of the names…but the q basically asked u to differentiate btw specific and non-specific ones. C/I are TCA’s. betax. acebutolol (or is it partial agonist?). lopressor. betoptic Which are mixed-acting opioids? . nadolol. chroma. Which area of a flame do u use to melt gold? REDUCTION !!! What is hardest to alter? The hue. -> brown pigmentation. intestinal polyps what is most common bone malignancy in ppl under 25 (Ewing sarcoma wasn’t an option so I picked osteosarcoma) there was a Q abt endo like for K file and reamers (i think) what is distance btw D1 to D2 or was it D0 to D1.(something like that…sorry can’t really remember) -> if it is really what is the distance between D1 and D2. carteolol.Flumazenil came up twice -> for benzodiazepine sedation reversal. NON SPECIFIC: propranolol. levatol. cartrol. timolol SPECIFIC B1: metroprolol.. or value -> raising the value is the hardest to do Q about B--blockers. For doing a mandibular advancement. then it is 1mm… C and L osteotomy (at least know what they are. atenolol. sotalol. corgard. way anti-fungal works . not affected dentin) If pt has habitual retruded tongue. Johnston-Tanaka space analysis -> predicts size of unerrupted canines and premolars. dislodging of denture. Cri-du-chat -> loss part of chromosome #5. IgG.whether it works on cell membrane (ergosterol) .pemphegoid: SUBepith.kopliks spots are seen in what disease -> rubeola aka measles . antibody BMZ.how many shocks it gives off (one) .what are the meds used for CHF -> diuretics.tmt lichen planus -> if asymptomatic no tx. pentazocine ANTAGONIST: naloxone (narcan) Impression material with the most dimensional stability = addition silicone How does caries detecting dye differentiate btw infected and affected dentin? It bonds to denatured collagen (which is only in infected.AED machine . lip/palat/gingiva . cleft palate. skin/eye /pemphigus : SUPRAepith.what happens to the GI tract while doing cpr -> you compress it and they throw up . genetic.5mm you get mand canine and PMs in 1 quad… if you add 11.cause of geographic tongue -> etiology unknown . vasodilators. immunofluoresc. ace inhibitors . digoxin.0 you get max canine and PMs in 1 quad.MIXED: nalorphone. what is most likely sequelae?. any age contraindications for it (seems to be 8 yrs or 30kg… but I’m not sure) .what to treat apthous uclers with -> corticosteroids . if symptomatic corticosteroids . You take ½ the width of the 4 mandibular molars and if you add 10. 3. photophobia. oral stomatitis & gingivitis. glossoptosis (asphyxiation) -SNA of 80 means… retruded max (normal is SNA 82. tachycardia.. mand micrognathia. red skin rash -50% dextrose sol for insulin shock .3M. 2. stomach pain. delayed eruption of permanent teeth) ************************************** -Juvenile perio -> 1M and incisors -Pierre Robin -> cleft palate.what diseases you see missing teeth/delayed eruption/supernumary (maybe they are talking about cleidocranial dysostosis –> supernumerary teeth. trichtillomania (mad hatter).mercury toxicity: increased salivation. SNB 80) . premature tooth loss and alveolar bone loss.max canine. tearing. 2.tooth w/ 3 canals (of the pm’s) max 1pm -most impacted: 1. mand canine -ectodermal dysplasia -> oligodontia -tx for recurrent ranula -> excision and get rid of glands -multiple myeloma -> bence jones -pagets -> increased alkaline phosphatase -prostate cancer -> increased acid phosphatase -nuchal -> meningitis -normal bleeding time (BT) is 2. diarrhea. max lat . sweating.most congenitally missing 1. mand PMs. 3M. hair loss. 4. retention of primary teeth.4 -8 sec . -what drug is recommended to tx recurrent herpes in HIV patient? -mechanism of action of zafirlukast (asthma med) -> it inhibits leukotriene receptors -height and weight are what kinds of variables? 1. palate phaynx paresthesia – IX (at least I think those were the choices… something like that anyway) -when taking BP in the arm. immunodefic. reappoint. 4. but I am really not sure if that is right). go get the parent -which LA can also be used as topical? (I cant remember all of the choices. 3. let him whimper and continue. sedate. axial. radial. integer -a kid is whimpering but not resisting in you chair. ordinal. what do you do? 1. 2. 4. why to you start with 3M and move forward? 1. which artery are you listening to? 1. prevent sinus perf. 2. nominal. but procaine was there. 3. 2. 3. nerve damage. 4. as was lidocaine) -when doing internal bleaching with a poorly obturated canal. ulnar -if you accidentally inject medially to the ptergyomand raphe during IAN block. Things remebered from July 2006 -When doing extractions of max posterior teeth. ratio. Things like 1. 4. -5cc of 0. 2. prevent root fracture. 4. which muscles will you penetrate? (I think it is sup constrictor and medial pterygoid) -cleidocranial dysostosis… there were 2 questions. 2.tic doloroux – V. 3. birth defects.5% bupivicaine (epi 1:200k) how much epi and how much LA? -3 carpules (1.-rogain (for hair loss) is category C (birth defects) -know about cromolyn sodium (intal) asthma meds for the cases on the 2 nd day. something –V.8ml each) of lidocaine 2% (1:100k) how much epi and LA? (yes 2 of these questions) -how many mg of lidocaine can you give to a 20kg (44lbs) kid? -which thing and nerve is mismatched? 1. 3. -long term mercury poisoning side effects. 4. 3. brachial. ?? ( I think I put immunodefic. The choices were tricky. prevent alveolar fracture. prevent tuberosity fracture. 2. what is the immediate bad thing that can happen? Acute periapical periodontitis . you had to choose the thing that was the exception. auiculotemporal synd – VI. mand PM. vicodin. 5. both voluntary and invol muscle. 3. 3. gi vasodilation. 3. 20%. what surface would you be most likely to strip perforate? 1. 4. class 2 div 2. 4. involuntary muscle. mesial.which is most likely to fracture? 1. 3. but in the description it said he had red spots on his skin and he felt malaise… I am pretty sure it is leukemia. buccal. class 2 div 1. 4. 33% -where does cortisol act? (on a receptor in the cytoplasm? On a receptor on a membrane?) -what are the opposing actions of specific B-blocker and epi? (choices were things like heart rate. 2. which surface of what teeth do you adjust? (facial of max buccal cusp? Facial of mand buccal cusp?) -when uprighting a mandibular molar using a lingual bar with an omega. voluntary muscle. 4.-what is used to obdurate a pulpectomy on a primary tooth? ZOE with catalyst OR ZOE withough catalyst (!?!) -a denture patient is biting his cheecks. Tylenol #3 -which maxillary tooth has the least root surface area? 1. distal. class 1 malocclusion. 4. 2. 3. 2. lingual -what is directive interviewing? -what is progressive relaxation? -what does hypnosis affect? (these are the real answer choices. 2. organs and glands. rough restoration. ant max. glands only -most common malocclusion in the USA is? 1. 3. -least likely to cause a perio problem… 1. ?? -antifungal clotrimazole acts via -> cell membrane permeability -know the difference btwn herpangina and recurrent herpes -osteogenesis imperfecta associate with… dentinogenesis imperfecta . percocet. ant mand. max 3M with fused roots. 25%. 2. max lateral. max PM. tissue damage during prep. mand molar -why do you go on 100% O2 after being on N2O? -what is the most common way for dental payment in the US? Insurance? Sef-pay? -there was a picture of a 14yr old kid that looked like ANUG. mand M . no joke) 1. muscle vasoconstriction… stuff like that) -when doing endo on the MF canal of a max 1M. max molar. max molar. 2. over contour. 3. 2. what do you have to be sure NOT to do? (flare mand incisors? Intrude molar?) -which is schedule II drug? 1. class 3 -which is least likely to fracture? 1. 2. max 1PM -what is the critical pH for caries formation? -what percentage of the face is the alar of the nose? 10%. 3. take him off coumadin.looked like little telangiectasias on the tongue 11.two questions on this.extension of MAX sinus between premolar and molar 8. one was on lip the other was on palate…the key is that it was "long standing" and "healed with a scar" 5. 2. Lingual varicosities (looked like blue/brown bumps) 10. the third has to do with the fact that mucous wold be inside and that it has to do with an injured salivary gland 3.asked two questions about the pic . 3. something else involving lots of blood -what is the most likely cause of failure of a RCT on a max canine? (answers were things like missing a 2nd canal. PA . proceed w/ extraction and use local hemostatic means.patient is supposed to have hyperthyroidism 2.3 questions . what do you do? (things like.use nystatin 14. etc were answer choices) .don’t give enough information (check to see if related to 3rd molar. switch him to heparin…) -what is a the BEST way to investigate a suspected bleeding disorder? 1. Kid with a neck swelling . Picture of eyes (exopthalmos) . Picture of tongue . Multiple telangiectasias .has a "flap" area on right closer to the lateral border . 2. Sickle Cell Anemia . Median Rhomboid Glossitis .1 is ID. Major apthous ulcers . poor obturation. root canal.a few questions on this one is ID (small herpes lesions with fever). history.-you are given that the patients INR is 2 and they are on coumadin. poor cleaning of canal…) QUESTIONS REMEMBERED 2003 1. feels cold 12. Midline Fracture of Mandible (obvious step between 24 and 25) 15. 3. Pleomorphic Adenoma (lesion on palate) 16. PTT (how vague is that question??) -which is more likely to give you bacterial endocarditis? 1. the other is treatment (palliative with lidocaine rinses and analgesics.pt had past trauma to tongue and this is how it healed 9. prophy. 4. Picture of mucocele on lower lip . PAN . the other is treatment (excise). one was ID the other was Tx . 4.key was patient was gaining weight.answer is cyst 7.2 questions. scaling and root planning. lower voice.Whickham's Striae on buccal mucosa (left) . Lichen planus .not sure what the answers were . Hypothyroidism . INR. etc) 4. Acute herpetic gingivostomatitis . BT. I&D.MAX left sinus has a raised area on the floor .shows PA with radiolucent area (less striations in bone) 13.treat with steroids 6. PAN .on the floor of the mouth (looks like mucocele but on the floor of the mouth) .can't do anything to reverse (well.take patient off of meds/mouthrinses and improve oral hygiene 28.blurry .how do you treat (may need antibiotics if his immune system is low) 36. PAN .interruption in the x-ray (white columns and teeth are different sizes) 24. Dowel should be 1/3rd the length of the canal width .17. Picture of patient with obvious class III 19. Picture of dentinogenesis imperfecta (obliterated pulp chambers) .underangulated (this one is stupid) 27.3 different questions relating to this A) one has the premolar almost in .it enlarges when she gets sick (not path) 21.film is backwards 25.so EXT the primary molar B) one has the primary molar there but there is no premolar coming in . ID the palatoglossus muscle (it's the one that is the first pillar.mistake. Patient with LINGUAL TONSIL .but that is not an answer) 38.but they were dumb) 31.pic (white and brown spots) 37.maintain molar C) one has the premolar coming in funky and the primary molar with caries answer choice was to either restore the molar (would probably need pulp treatment) or pull the molar and guide the premolar in with ortho (not sure of the answer) 20. the collar got in the way (looks like a white bell curve on the pan) 22. Patient with fluorosis . MAN has soap bubble radiolucencies . Nasty pic of hairy tongue .asks how to get rid of it .mistake. Patient had Hep A over a year ago .the cone was placed mesially and they want you to ID one of the canals in an endo 26.she is okay to treat 35. BW .take it out (real answer is marsupialize . Hypocalcified teeth . PA dealing with space maintenance . Patient with diabetes 33.the patient moved 30. Overweight woman = her hypertension is most likely related to that 34.SLOB rule . earrings left in (See two ghost images) 23. you could do microabrasion and bleach . Patient has OHL and AIDS .no enamel on teeth) 39. in front of the tonsils) 29. PAN . Picture of amelogenesis imperfecta (BW or PA .answer is ameloblastoma 32. PA .seemed to be the reasonable answer since the others were so wide that it would fracture the tooth 18. PA . Pic of person taking a BW . Ranula . Hypercementosis .what do you do? 48.do nothing 62.see oral path text 41. How do you test that the autoclave is working .patient on steroids might have attack if not supplemented 56. Pic of geographic tongue .40. Periodontal abscess . Picture of tobacco pouch keratosis .biological indicators 53.answer is that patient has TB 63. Leukoplakia on left buccal mucosa . 3 questions related to gingival hyperplasia 1) Ca++ channel blocker caused it 2) reduce or switch meds of possible 3) ID 49. WBC was increased above normal . Picture of osteoradionecrosis . Primordial cyst . PA with horizontal root fracture in the coronal 1/3rd of tooth . Picture of palate with nicotinic stomatitis .thromobocytopenia 55.there was no increase in pocket depth 51.was because of ortho 57.upper molar. Oroantral communication .was normal (one of the answer choices was man fracture) 44.on right posterior area of mandible 64.the show you a radiograph an tell you that all the other third molars came in (#17 area) 52.obvious 59. PAN .points to the pharyngeal space .patient is taking INH . What is the common goal of flap surgery (vague question ) either access the roots for debridement or pocket elimination 46. Pt has low plat count .obvious 58. PAN . tooth is vital and there is an infection .this will make endo harder 42. PA with vertical root fracture and PA radiolucency EXT 47. What is the best way to tell if a patient has a stable perio status . PA . PT is the test for COUMADIN 61.answer was fix with flap surgery (didn't give any info on size of the communication) 45.follow the PDL (was an upper PA) 43. Another picture of dentinogenesis imperfecta (teeth are lucent) .biopsy 60. Best Tx for ANUG is scaling/debridement 50.patient has leukemia (also bleeding gingiva) 54. Profile of pateint . Acute adrenal insufficiency .shows generalized root blunting .teeth have pulp stones . ectodermal dysplasia 70. Picture of a Stillman's cleft (the v-shaped one) . Slide showing gemination (max lateral) . Kaposis's sarcoma on palate .was an inflammatory condition 92.with an iodoform gauze 87. Your patient is having a seizure . Squamous cell carcinoma on lip 83.how does this help get better radiographs (more paralell and perpendicular) 85.see if you can get saliva out (palpate) . Distobuccal cusp of one tooth occludes in the central fossa of another 79.what is the first thing you would do .restore with hybrid composite 77. 2 questions on endo diagnosis . Picture of the RINN system . plane and place a givgival graft 66.there is some other odd deformity 68. PA with swelling due to wisdom tooth .root fracture syndrome 89. Why are sealants most likely to come off (shows a picture) . PAN . Picture of an infection of Stensen's duct . Slide showing Class V caries .HIV 71.check to see if generalized to entire mouth before restoring that one lesion 72.treatment is scale.ID the circumvallate papillae 69.thought they were irreversible pulpitis 90. Picture using transillumination to look for "cracked tooth syndrome" or tooth fracture 88.too big to do anything about 76. Anterior tooth in occlusion .obvious 67. How do you treat alveolar osteitis (dry socket) . Younger teenager with swollen tonsils .protect from injury 74. Pt is not responding .not placing right OR wear? 80.or take a sialogram? 82. PAN .look at styloid process .had to do with not properly isolating . Yellow material painted on dies for crown was die spacer to make room for cement 81.showing periapical cemetal dysplasia .65.refer to OMS 73.has eagle's syndrome (pt has pain when he turns his neck) 78. Pic of very large diastema . teeth that are traumatized will not pulp test in an accurate way right away 91. Patient has pain on release of biting .patient has missing teeth . Picture of traumatic ulcer after extraction of a tooth 86. Pic . Overhanging restorations cause perio problems (duh)4 . PA .a) activate the EMS b) check airway c) check breathing d) check circulation 75. Basal cell carcinoma on face 84. C.93. Picture of #9 margin . Disadvantage of using Maryland bridge . If you had a 2mm pocket. PA with either an odontoma or developing supernumerary tooth 117.110) . tylenol. Antianginal drugs (NTG) .send to oral surgeon 119.low color and less grey .NOTE.35% phosphoric acid 110. What makes the best bond (best cement) for placing in a PFM? A) glass ionomer B) zinc phosphate 105. Occlusal film . Patient has malaise. CASE WITH patient with KIDNEY DISEASE (98.D. PA of taurodont 96. lethargy.cleidocranial dysplasia 118. If the patient had a kidney transplant the patient might need antibiotics due to anti-rejection meds 103.due to age 116.sialolith 112.E) 95. What drug is okay to use? (aspirin. What kind of retention do you get when bonding to enamel 109. Advantage of using Maryland bridge . itching .answer . will need supplementation 104.debonding 115. If unable to match the color for porcelain use . If the patient is on steroids. then refer d) do nothing 111. IL-1 and how does it relate to perio disease 100. Median palatal cyst . Does trauma from occlusion contribute to perio disease? 101. Picture of epulis fissuratum (MAN) coming from underneath denture .why is it inflamed? A) margin is plaque trap b) porcelain is rough 106.pressure and reassess 120. What is the main reason that things debond (the mechanics of cement) - didn't understand ? 108.what do you do? A) benedryl b) refer for kidney eval c) treat.treat by excision 113. Slide of lingual varicosities . the rest of the cases were the same is in 1996-97 packet 98. Patient had supernumerary teeth . naproxen. If a stent was placed for dialysis. Question dealing with "liver clot" .occlusal film .what do you do? 97. Slide of patient with swelling on face for 24 hrs duration . What do you use to etch . where would you place the finish line? (1 mm under the gumline to maintain health) 107. advil) 99. What speed film gives patient least exposure to radiation (B.cartoon pic .patient is having an MI 94. does the patient need premed? 102.conserves tooth structure 114. What is an interleukin. A 6mm pocket displaying continued bleeding on probing in spite of good oral hygiene and root planing would result from .leave alone GOOD LUCK -how do benzodiazpenes work? -complication of repeated low dose radiation? Erthymea I think -lowering what will increase density in x-rays? Choices were ma. you are most likely to find . source to object.reduction in inflammation and 1-2 mm probing depth 125. object to focal point -what race has highest incidence of chronic periodontitis? Blacks? -what race has highest type 2 diabetes? -picture of hemangioma -what antibiotic has rxn with alcohol? Metronidazole I think -which antibiotic is specific for anaerobes and parasites? Flagyl -how does DEA categorize drugs? I think abuse potential -which cell is most radioresistant? Muscle -what radiograph is best to see bone levels? BW -know when to do pulpotomy vs pulpectomy -know reversible vs irreversible pulpitis -what does sodium hypocholorite do? -functions of rubber dam .once per week (according to dental secrets book) 123. Test function of sterilization .121. After scaling and root planing.what are they looking for - Ab to HIV 122.retained subgingival bacteria (calculus) 124. Pic of tetracycline stain . Pic showing funky molar development .syphillis 127. Patient had needlestick and tested by Elisa for HIV .tx is EXT 126. PA of mesioangular 3rd MAN molar impinging on 2nd molar . kvp. leukoedema. periapical cemental dysplasia. know pics and details -when to treat pt on dialysis Day after -know which are antiplatelets -know whats high and low viral loads and t cell count for aids normal tcell 500-1600 -question on biohazard container -advantage of putting composite veneer over porcelain veneer -what is indication for extraction of 3rd molar . sialonecrotizing. hypercementosis -know oral path lesions-verrucous carcinomam hemangioma. pagets. chi squared -what causes wheezing sound on asthma? -placement of implants for ideal esthetics? -how to improve retention for a crown on tooth? -whats main cause of implant failure? Smoking or surgical error not sure -know floruide supplement chart from pedo -know eruption and calcification ages -question on which tooth is either most likely or least likely get caries -which has coefficient of thermal expansion closest to tooth? -which cement has least solubility? -whats premed for pen allergic pt Clinda 600 mg But know all other doses especially for Pedo.Not sit down so we can get started and so forth -question on the definition of mode of set of data -know types of epidemiology studies Ex. You walk in and patient is standing in corner facing wall. I had a few questions for those. ameloblastoma.-margin for all ceramic crown? shoulder -advantages of composite vs indirect composite? -local anesthetic mgs in cartridges -a lot of pt management like what to say when they are apprehensive or angry -Ex. so and so….5 (this is when demineralization starts) -know radiology images-odontoma. Cohort/t test. -what are effects of addisons disease -critical pH for enamel carries 5. cementoblastoma. What do you say first? E=Answer is Hi I am Dr. VDO and VDR -lots of endo diagnosis! -Had a couple questions about rake angle of a bur -fluoride values for kids -questions regarding attrition/abrasion -few questions about diff ortho appliances like helix/nance/Hawley -tons of questions about carious bacteria whether aerobic/anaerobic and so forth -question about internal resorption and how to treat it. Glass ionomer due to fluoride release .-reasons for repairing a class 2 restoration -question on cervical pull headgear -what is ANB value indicate? -main side effect of N2O I think nausea also causes hand tingling -what innervates soft palate? -list of conditions. What forceps do u use for upper molars 150 -few questions about diff crown preps and the margins like shoulder/bevels and so forth -questions about tipping. which you don’t premedicate -OKC has correlation with basal cell nevus syndrome -know diff periodontitis bacteria -how to differentiate between endo/perio lesion -which teeth and roots are easiest for hemisection -questions about pain management for people with codeine allergies and diff levels of pain and what to prescribe -lots of fixed prost questions (dentures/ crowns) -Biomaterial with crowns -how does slurry water effect expansion? -what do you use to probe furcation? Nabers probe -oral surgery armenmentarium…Ex. leeway space . -which benzo will not work for sedation the night before- WTF all were benzos -lots of treatment planning based on demographic/what the most ideal tx is -EDTA -which perio/endo lesion is vital -what type of denture you give someone with a cross bite???? -oral surgery questions about BSSO -why don’t you posterior mandib lingual? -question about class V and which material do you use. 1m or 2m (4 choices) Pulp tests. what factors will help implant osseointegrate and what factors will not let it osseoimtegrate What is more stable an single implant of 4mm or 5mm or a double implant ligated together for a total of 4mm and 5mm ( I put double implant ligated for a combo of 4mm because it sounded like it would not be as stable as a single implant being 4mm thick. there is a concern with xrays while on bisphosphonates. Know differences of endo dx hard. Look at MRI example just to be sure. mesiobuccal. Implant success. Frey syndrome-sweat on parotid when you eat Xrays of nutrient canals. know what you need to do and guides etc What pedo molar are you concerned with likely pulp horn exposure. the other choices were 2-3mm. to implants (implants were hit heavy). Nutrient canals! I had to id 3 of them on pics Diabetic patient What could precipitate a seizure.Bisphosphonate. hypocalcemia. hypokalemia. periapical cyst around max lat. What you see to differentiate b/w acute perio abcess and . one other hypo ANUG. The other one would be 2 2mm implants ligated together. NUG. Tons of perio from tx planning. BMP. perfectly round cyst on pan right above pm( in mosby). how to treat. hyponuternia. furcations. 30% fat allowed for daily value What is the most a toothbrush and dental floss can peretrate into sulcus.hypoglycemia. My picture was of a CT image of the brain and skull. I put 1mm and 1mm. Distobuccal . if it’s a deep c2 furcation what are some acceptable tx (I put resection as least desirable). I had at least 15 questions What Kennedys class does not have mods =(IV) SS crown prep for pedo. I thought that was too much ID a CT scan. inverted Y around pm and k9 max (max sinus and zygomatic process I think). GTP. know basics like what does each mean and assoc with. inlay only (the remembered ? are good) Oral path like what is this pic most assoc with.just the basics. Dude. They are easy.which one does keeping up with skills and knowing when to refer fall under (benefiance) I had 3 calculation question. also pt taking long history of corticosteroids what would they be predisposed too. Few operative questions. I put bleach the other teeth to match the cown. langerhans. (something knowing that anesth would be 4. Mosbys has good explanation Cohort. x-sectional. Benefiance. How to change the color.acute periodontitis. Not too in depth. How many carpules 2% lido 1:100. chroma-know what they are and what they depict. but deffinatley know what it is Peutz-jeughers. Also pt is on chemo what are they predisposed to.000 epi can you give child Had to figure how many grams of anesthetic you could give child. chi-square Code of Ethics-5questions. cad/cam. Pedo section in mosby How to tx plan Alzheimer pt. how to differentiate b/w chronic and periodontal abscesses Know perio and endo abscesses and what pulp test you would do to dx them. outline. Nonmalfience.15max. hue. histiocytosis x(what would you see if a child was take a long time of antibiotics. Tx planning for perio and implants Value. This was . gold. but definitely review. do you do what he would have wanted before end stage or do you just do palliative keeping out of pain and disease (I put that one) If an 84 yr old man comes in for new appt with his son. ewing. I put candidiasis cause of opportunistic organism.4 or something like that. Ie “saturation” would be mean value. leavell and Rivera had a combined I would say 60 questions. how much MAX carpules lido 3% can you give a 40kg child. Son had a paper stating a legal guardian (not son) who can make decision. Lisp. indications What was added to zinc oxide eugenol to make IRM. I put legal guardian must be there. all sounds. You want to make new dentures. stops often to catch breath. Space you are concerned with extraction on 3 molar max. I put masseter. Whats its used for and the adv for doing so. Have your articulator and want to adjust the VDO and condylar incline. C. Something dr Williams said a couple times in class Preg pt hypotension. what do you do first. Other .position least tolerate.I put horizontal recline Composites. I put something like better detail CD pt with “abused” tissues. I put infratemporal fossa.basic stuff pros cons contra. Look in mosby and what they are for. what muscle would be in the way. whistle. where is the pin? On the table. T. but I think they should have said that the pt is dependent on legal guardian. maybe obicularis oris. Remembered stuff was good Know about denture processing and resins and evaporation and temperatures.I think it was diphenhydramine. what do you give as antidote for overdose of sedative (not naloxone). They wanted to know something about shirking and leftover resin. Not sure Glass ionomer mixed with polyacrylic something.v.which one will let you do something with mounting casts?? Look at mosbys for explanation Open impression technique. Though max sinus was too anterior Infection from PM goes into buccal space If trying to take max impression and access buccal space. I put entire even though its 2/3 (wasn’t a choice) thought 1/3 too little Porpanolol what it is and what is it used for Pharm was basic. I put surgically remove “abused” tissues. F.weird cause I didn’t know if the old man was senile or independent. raised off the table.I think it was zinc phosphate. and what sound would that be Denture should IDEALLY cover entire or 1/3 retromolar pad. Arcon vs nonarcon.lay on left side Pt with moderate emphysema. Animal has caries and feed them cariogenic food via stomach tube what will happen to the caries intraorally? Decrease.sedations. what to tooth structure.. What will happen? Arrest decay or continue lesion. I put cold to touch. pemphigoid. increase. when can you do OS.type actual name type of bacteria that is in a needed RCT root canal system. behavioral mgmt Implant osseointegration Main cell type in Established lesion (mast. Read up on thyroid storm and what you will see If a pt is hypothyroid they will feel cold to touch or hypotension. but a carious lesion I thought will continue Poryphomonas. stopped. adv carious lesions. comp tx plan and exam. increase dramatically . Also was comp tx plan first then remove pain. tcell etc) Where do you put a suture for a laceration on the lip to inside of mouth first? I put line the lip up then proceed Pt comes in with pain.lol What can cause hypoglycemia and thyroid issues. But I put remove pain first cause that’s what we were taught in school. I put continue lesion because it is already a lesion. nokolsky sign. You can leave bacteria in and they will die.3 or less Pt on warfarin. soooooo I hope they are right. what do you do first? Remove pain. Know hyper and hypo thyroid really well…each symptom of each and what goes with what.choices were med and lat ptyerygoid Pedo mgmt. and INR values Fluoride does what to bacteria.read on when to stop meds. At the crest of gingiva or between gingival crest and alveolar crest. I put the latter because it was the only one that hinted at subgingival finish line Pic of nicotine stomatits or denture stomatits Steven Johnson syndrome. INR values and when it is ok to do oral surgery. and anything to collagen? I don’t think it does anything to collagen as far as reinforcement Leave a small carious lesion in by accident and place a sealant over it. EM.strict anaerobe or facultative Where to place a gingival margin for ant max incisor pfm. In front Daily requirement of fat? 10.they had place flap to visualize the pieces(which is what you should do) but they also had refer to oral surgeon which is what a general dentist SHOULD do so who knows Know how to remove mandibular tori. had glucose but u they said IM and u give it via IV and u def don’t give more insulin I had a lot of fear vs anxiety questions…know the diff thoroughly in terms of children.2/3. Random statistic questions… How far does floss and toothbrush penetrate sulcus? I put 2-3mm for both and I looked it up before the test and couldn’t find a definitive answer but I did see that toothbrush goes up to 3 Know IRM. I put floor of nasal and wall of max sinus Know how to treat hypo(called insulin shock) and hyperglycemia in pediatric and adult patients…I chose juice. and Glass ionomer…they seemed to like them and know the composition of each one of those materials What surface is caries most prevalent? Occlusal. bur. lingual . diabetes Oseteogenesis surgery vs ostectomies why is one prefer over the other? Less parasthesia and some more What are leukotrienes are now being linked to? Asthma Know what to do if you fracture the aleveolar bone while extracting….40(who cares) What is most common reason children get coronary artery disease? Obesity.Extension of retromolar pad in dentures? 1/3. ZOE. Is was like with osteotome. facial. I said section w bur and use the osteotome I had the inverted Y question. etc. interprox.20.30. Cutting access prep on Max incis. praising a child? Token reinforcement. social reinforcement Know that you will use glass ionomer if you are close to gingival margins GI over composite due to…. 2-4mm above Asked what part of framework resists corrosion? Chromium-cobalt wasn’t there together but listed as separate parts. 1mm above. Cobalt. chromium. what is the treatment for the roots? Fluroide treatment for them . lights. or greater than average intelligence Have implant should the emergence profile be from the? 1mm below CEJ of adjacent. angle bur distally to avoid what? (this is in dental decks) Want to gain straight line access…they had many reasons that seemed good access preps but ultimately this is what we want to do Osteoporosis and bisphosphates…know what happens when on bisphosphanates and get messed up jaw similar to osteoradionecrosis but here its called regular osteonecrosis bcuz ur assuming pt didn’t have radiation treatment Smiling.fluoride release Glass ionomer has…. blah blah Epipheseal plate is most similar to what? syncodrosis What don’t u take with methotrexate? Beta-lactam antibiotics If you have a patient with an overdenture. 2-4mm below.polyacrylic acid IRM is ZOE combined with…… methyl methacrylate Autistic people have? Heightened perception to sounds. ph caries etc Know about the incisal guidance on the articulator…. refer to oral path book) I had a patient who had like a super furcation on #18 bone loss all around and am impacted #17.yield strength is one before it deforms permanently. Know arcon vs non acron articulates and how they differ in terms of the condyle Know in terms of the solder that if u want it stronger than make it wider Oral Bisphospanates heavy .Know when to biopsy and when not to (vague I know but its prob related to length of lesion and common locations where cancer could be. True or false Also asked me what drug would I give him for pain…I chose the regular ibuprofen vs Percocet. The question asked why…it was either due to #18 or because of the locsalozed aggression on #18. They asked me this in relation to why would I choose a metal framework for a patient. implant supported denture….etc(just didn’t seem to give a drug abuser something more to abuse) I had some SOPS too.i like both In a case I had a man with sickle sell…know what special precautions needed to be taken with these patients I also had a man who was a crackhead…it asked me that since this patient is on cocaine should I not expect him to maintain his oral health. They had a patient and they asked what would give her the best retention for her dentures? Ridge augmentation. they said that these teeth were being sent to be biopsied upon extraction. which is what I chose Know when to use chlorohexidne rinse vs fluoride treatment in medically compromised patients(unclear I know but I cant remember what the illness was) Know tensile strength is the ultimate strength before breaking…. Extraction sequence 7. greater palatine Best way to view maxillary sinus? Water’s view 2. Pregnant lady? Lay right side up. Coumadin. LED curing vs regular curing? Why is LED curing beter? Range. ionized is water soluble 4. 2 questions about reducing mx tuberosity –denture wont fit because of undercut 13. Referred pain 19. Best way to view maxillary sinus disease? CT 3.Genial turbercles picture but make sure Know about a precision attachment…asked what was it used for. what test do you use? INR 20. Which is harder to anesthesize? Mx molar IRP. key is that it is used for esthetics on people who don’t want the clasp showing on their RPD If taking a palatal graft. chronic 9. How far you place implants from tooth? 2-3 mm apart and 1mm from adjacent tooth apical 21. etc 23. chronic osteitis 5. Warfarin. ant palatine. What do you check on bone graft to see if osseous integration worked? Post. Test for boy/girl-chi square 15. Nonionized is lipid soluble. last longer 14. Lipid solubility and nonionized base. know what nerves can be damaged (guessing u should know MC location) Nasopaltine. Hemisectio cut molar into 2 premolar 10. Pre 6. Difference between 245 and 330 bur 17. pain doesn’t subside 16. How do you know if non-odontogenic tumor. Mucopolysaccaride is answer 11. What turns porcelain green? Copper 18. what are artery are you protecting? . Child has pain? Osteomyletis. Undercut 12. Curretage what part of blade do you use in perio? Middle 1/3. Horizontal overlap 8. instant. Remove rampant caries from anterior 22. 28.24. 5 year old child having pain what do you give them? Asprin. acetominphen 33. #8 Reduce @ gingival-need crown lengthening 39. How do you get a child acting out to act favorably? Let them watch another child behaving 50. cleft lip . ibuprofen. why did it fail 30. Greatest degree of expansion? Resin 53. Incidence 100/1000 48. cleaning and shaping. Principle of tell show do 49. bone. Nevoid BC 38. Hue. Freeze dried bone 36. Periapical abcess vs periapical radiolucency which do you do first? Endo then perio 26. When is it ok to do a temporary fixing on patient? Emergency 47. OKC-most likely to reoccur 37. Papilloma 43. Band and loop for 1st primary molar 32. etc. value. Calcified canal what do you do-refer 46. Which least likely to have hepatitis B? café workers @ hospital. down syndrome. If patient is laying backwards and going into syncope what is being smushed? Abdominal aorta 25. Manic depressive not tking medicine what will happen? Mood swings 31. diabetic 35. Cancer translocation 52. codeine. chroma which is in 100ths 42. Calcification sequence? 7mos-3yrs 54. Key to RCT. Apicoectomy-when do you do it-ant get to apex 45. Class 3. PCOD 34. Fibroma 51.cleft palate. Which do you gain back? Tooth mobility. Apexification-when do u use-nonvital want to close apex 44. H2 histamine-gastric reflux 41. Mandib incisor coming in crowded how do you make space? Interarch distance from primitive space 27. Neuropraxia 29. Material least to do impression with-irreverisble hydrocolloid 40. infection-thrombocytopenia 56. etc 61. Closed panel go to specialist which would allow you to go to another dentist but reimburse you-HMO. Pic of white spongy nevus 84. vomiting 58. Sequence for nausea . Glass ionomer placed on rampant caries 74. Bevel for occlusal on a crown? Retention 60.PPO. How long do you take patient off of Coumadin before surgery? 2-3 days 70. Emergency phase. perio. differing salivation 63. problem seating.relieve pain denture and have white spot what do you do 66. maintenance 64. acetominaphine. fixed. ANUG comes with spirochetes 83. Ectodermal dysplasia 77. Thyrotoxic crisis 57. Null hypothesis 68. soft tissue reline. Periostat n doxycycline inhibits what 80. Denture for 19years. Epulis fissuratum-inflamed tissue in ridge area to put denture back in 75. Albuterol –asthma 72. What does it do 59. Benzodiazepine affects gaba 71. ibuprofen. Why do you take denture out at night 76. Patient has successful treatment for gum disease but still keeps poor oral hygiene. n-something 73. reeval. What type of reinforcement is smiling and praising a child 82. Process of PCN-not wide range 79.55. If patient wants to last for 8 hours which is long acting drug? Aspirin. How do you clean furcation after perio surgery? Floss. Periostat and doxycycline. toothbrush. water 81. How many canals in primary 2nd molar 65. Sickle cell-trauma. Ameloblastoma-dentigerous cysts 78. What kind of study? Incomplete 67. Periodontitis and doxycycline . Patient has increase in salivation how does it affect denture? No affect. Increase mucus from obstruction 62. Amoxicillin and clonavonic acid is combined to keep from degrading beta lactam ring 69. Patient gets 25% home bleaching. How long do you splint with avulsion. Neurofibromatosis-axiallary freckling. assymptomatic and bigger 2 years later? Necrotic or actinomyces 107. Mx k9 103. bells palsy. lesch nodules 101. How much do you take off facial for veneer?. scaling n root planning 98. Papillon le fever 110. Oligiodontia-ectodermal dysplasia 111. Erosion. gingival hyperplasia 94.85. RCT done on a big RL a year ago. Contraindication for implant-myocardial infarct. Ging recession 5-6mm on #4 & 20. pregnancy. masseter. Wht do you do? Treat. lat & med pterygoid 99. 7-10 days. Most impacted tooth? Mx k9 102. myleits. Hemoglobin of 12. bone loss 88. etc 96. Pics of chronic osteitis. bacillus 106. What muscle covers denture? Buccinators.bullemia 113. Collimation-tube 112. acute herpetic gingivitis 97. What provides lingual retention? Mylohyoid 100. bony fracture 2-8 weeks 89. Push on rest seat it comes up? Base doesn’t come up bc of resin 105. Least likely to graft? Mn 1st premolar. Base metal vs noble metal-single crown-3 unit bridge 109. Patient has hip replacement a year ago what kind of treatment can you render? 86. Wrong its 10% but 2nd . Contraindication for diazepam-diabetic. Ppm in water-1 91.5-1mm 92. Why is core better than another-lets out fibers 90. Child with gum disease-chronic. Purpose of hex implant 104. Pt gets a injection few days later have lateral bilateral swelling tongue-ludwigs angina 108. mutan-L. 2nd to s. Child with asthma-inspire vs expire 95. What can you not give a patient with a heart condition 87. Capping-2mm for caoh2 93. refer to dr. café au late. smoking. What goes into cavernous sinus from upper lip? Subcutaneous tissue 115. tobacco. HBV . Cleidocranial dysplasia 135. Nonworking-bull working-lubl 123. If you fall and break incisor which class is it due to? Class 2 div 1 130. Nausea and vomiting from opoid receptor poisoning? Chemoreceptor trigger 137. phenoocciptal. Seizure-gv diazepam 127. Large structure in mouth appears on xray-radiolucent 133. PCN and tetracycline cancels each other out 139. If you did a DO what axioline angle is not there 129. Symphisis-intraocciptal. In posterior composite why do you have to redo-occlusal 117. Vertical root fracture. Transillumination-vertical fracture 124. URI-no NO2 116. Indirect vs direct onlay while child is waiting 131. Last number on instrument 126. Which does not contribute to oral cancer-HIV. Child heart failure-resp dysplasia 141. or all 3 118. Calcification sequence 122.taking bite registration? Doesn’t interfere with bite class3 120. Periosteum-sharpeys fibers. Obliterate pulps-dental dysplasia 140. To far superior and anterior dentures-what sounds 128. Minor connector connects to 125. cementum. Nitrates vs nitrites what do they do 136. Pt with denture and need to increase VDO what do you do? 121. Xerostomia can cause what? 138. alveolar bone. which bone forms last 119. Only reason to remove cusp-decay 132.part is true 114. alcohol. Support area for max and mand denture 134. Most diagnostic of primary molar ankylosis? Sound (metallic) on percussion 7. Reason for not doing a inlay 144. Combination syndrome. increase interocclusal distance 148. cleido cranial dysp. Hypertolerism 156. Hyperocclusion 143. EDTA is chelating agent 147. Sodium hyper colloid is not chelating agent 146. Know primate spaces max and mand 2. Increasing spatulation does what to setting expansion 150. Arcon vs non arcon articulator (pg 319 mosby)Arcon- where the condyles are attached to the lower member of the articulator and the fossae are attached to the upper member. 1.1-1.3-1. Both are semiadjustable and use a facebow. Die plaster vs die stone 152.2-2. Extraction sequence for molar-3. how many ml of 2%? 15ml 6. “sleepy juice” relabeling .3 149. PIC-white spng nevus.1. COT 155. Why do teeth shift after braces removed? What fibers 153. Nonarcon has upper and lower members rigidly attached. Tx mentally challenged patient with consistency or flattery 154. More accurate for fabricating fixed restorations. What primary tooth is unlike any other tooth? Mn 1m 3.2.2. Kid with otitis media giving nitrous? Diffusion hypoxia 5.3. Increase water to powder ratio does what 151. Enamel hypoplasia of permanent central incisor? 7mos-3yr 4. especially when an interocclusal record is used to mount mandibular cast.decrease VDO. Max mepivicaine 300 mg. Indirect vs direct 145.142. Provide easier control in setting teeth for complete and partial dentures. Why is 3 degree burn vs 1 degree burn 157. ging hyperplasia. resin 21. Repairing a ceramic restoration w/ composite and order? Microetch. Trismus-damage to medial pterygoid(infection) 15. etch. hypophosphatasia 24. moves for 1 sec during a PAN what happens to radiograph? 13. bonded. What muscle can be covered by denture flange? Buccinators 16. silonate. Denture max tuberosity hits retromolar but you have good VDO? Decrease tuberosity 33. MOA Listerine 10. marsupialization. Pt. What does osseous crater look like on xray? Cervical burnout of facial and lingual wall 22. Color consistency of resins? Light cured due to HEMA 12. Untreated acromegaly will have? Increase growth of mandible. Least likely to cause bone loss in children? Acrodynia.Th 17. Major factors for success of post composite? . complication-into infratemporal fossa 14. Describes Crohn’s disease key in question is granulamatous inflammation 31. Café au lait seen with? Neurofibromatosis 30. vertical fracture resistance? Vertical stop? 18. Ext. Retruded tongue-unstable mand denture 36. aspiration 28. Perio disease at certain time of life theory? Random 9. leukemia. Controlled diabetic have increased or decreased perio disease than a normal person? 19. All stainless steel prep of a primary mandibular 1m all except? Chamfer on proxx ging margins? 26. Reason for cuspal reduction of onlay? 23. Tx for keratocyst? Enucleation. End to end-class 1 –why? Mesial movement 35. Gorlins syndrome it listed a few symptoms and asked what gardeners syndrome 27. Doing post and core. Man w/ multiple neuromas include what in dif dx? MEN 11. Differences in VDO affect what sounds? S.8. What primary dentition will-class 2 malocclusion-distal step 34. Problem with OKC’s? recurrent 29. Mx denture to far ant & sup-sibilant sounds S & Th 20. All ceramic finish lines? Buttjoint 25. of max 3rd molar. class 3 32. Cherubism-bilateral expansion of both jaws 50. Eosinphilic granuloma of bone assoc w. Hopless prognosis? Severe facial & lingual bone loss 38. Max molar ext order & why? 54. Tx of cl 3. Most prob of pulpal exposure on primary molar? MB 61. Biggest reason for implant failure? Lack of antibiotics 43. Match drug with category? Furosemide-Thiazide diuretic 46. Give both groups mouth wash A & B? case control study 45. RCT cant be used for? Vertical root fractures 39. Hue & chroma dif 67. what? Langerhans 55. Angular chelitis-excessive interocclusal distance 59. Antral pseudocyst (pale RO above Mx 2nd molar) 63. Tx of periconitis? Ab if high fever 47. 4-6 yr old. Best study for prevalence of a disease? Cross sectional 44. All true about tetracycline except? Not used for prophy for IE 71.Lefort 1 & bilateral sagital split osteotomy 68. Reciprocating arm of clasp? Stabilization 49. When is porcelain strongest? Under compression 56. 2 yr old-separation anxiety 57. IV injxn of tetracycline a few sec later pt become hypotensive? What is first Tx? 72.37. Flumazenil to Tx versed overdose 53. Why tooth movement(ortho) b4 perio? 51. Best way to prevent decay of k9 roots for overdenture? Cast caps 42.D. All used to decrease excessive salivation except? Prilocarpine 69. Localized aggressive periodontitis? Non specific bacterial environment 41. in children most often assoc w/ obesity 66. Amantadine is antviral 64. Allergic rxn to PCN-dermatitis 70. Monoclonal spikes of mult myeloma? Punched out RL’s 40. Most common seen disorder? Syncope 65. ANB -6= Cl3 48. Host modulation? Doxycycline 60.fear of the unknown 58. Coronary A. Most imp part of identifying a disease? Exam . Radiation? Directly affects/alters cells? 52. Stafne bone cyst below mand canal? Sal gland inclusion 62. Increase bleeding in cancer pt due to-thrombocytopenia 83. Took too many Rx analgesics what side effect 93. Emphysema pt trouble breathing problem is? Reclined chair position 86. Main advantage of CAD-CAM-one appt 77. Reverse effects of atropine? Neus 100. Candidiasis in caner pt due to? Chemo 82.73. Referred cardiac pain to teeth? All except relieved by LA 91. relieve pain. All cause ging hyperplasia except? Digoxin 84. Best 5 yr survival rate? SCC of lower lip 81. Corticosteroids (longterm) cause all ecept? Hypoglycemia? 98. Autoimmune disorders most commonly seen in ? middle aged females 92. Dentist asks a lot of directing questions? Will know specific facts about pts 88. HIV pt viral load 100. Who gets prophylaxis? Prosthetic valve 103. “reverse architecture” of periodontium? More common in maxilla 94. Remove palatal tori when? Interferes w/ post pal seal 75. Reubella(congental) is an example of mental retardation that is acquired 102. Dif between fear and anxiety? Fear is focal. more pharmalogically active 97. Advantage of direct comp vs indirect comp onlay? Better marginal adaptation 76. MOA benzodiazepines-GABA 95. Max dose of lidocaine 2% to give to a 20 kg child? 80mg 104. Keratotic lesion most likely to be dysplasia if found? Floor pf the mouth 80. anxiety is generalized 87. Most common side effect of nitrous? Nausea 101. Vicodin (Acetominophen & Hydrocone) works by 96. Pt. Diabetes type 1 can cause-blindness 78. Pt with severe tooth pain who will also need restorative Tx what order? Comprehensive exam. restorative work 89. Metab of a drug? More ionized at a plasma ph. A few INR questions just know that if INR is? 99.000 t cells 30? No contraindications 90. with chronically obstructive nasal passage will have? Ant open bite 74. Leukemia all except-parotitis 79. Metastatic cancer is most often to-post mandible . Key sign of asthma attack in kid? Inspiratory wheezing 85. How strong is the correlation b/t long term marginal . Connective tissue attachment to implants is the same as teeth. Pic of geographic tongue 115. oral cavity 111. Epi attachement to implants is the same as teeth. Stevens Johnson syndrome affects? Conjunctiva. Indication for an onlay? Insufficient dentinal support 130. Gingivectomy can have internal or external bevel. Xray of inttermaxillary suture 119. Epiphyseal plate most closely resembles-synchondriasis 114.5 125. Exfolative cytology most useful in diagnosing- candidiasis 108. what brach of facial n could be damaged? Temporal 117. Bacteria not assoc w. T or F 126. Def of bisphosphonate related osteonecrosis therapy of the jaw-absence of radiation therapy 106. St johns wort? Mild depression 129. Tooth was not in occlusion as abutment for a FPD & now pt has pain/sensitivity why? Stresses upon PDL 127.105. Pt undergoing radiation therapy rapidly develops wha kind of caries? Class 5 113. Candidiasis in cancer pt is due to? Chemo 112. Pic of drug induced ging hyperplasia 110. Remove plaque from implants except> steel 123. genitals. Implant least resistant to lateral forces?4. What herbal supplement is contraindicated in pt on Coumadin/warfarin or some anticoagulant? St johns wort 128. Internal bevel has less discomfort & better healing? Both true 122. Pic of mucocele 109. When using the preauricalar approach for tmj surgery . Probe implant with plastic 124. chronic periodontitis? Actinomyces viscous 120. Most likely to be damaged when doin full thickness graft for free gingival margin? Greater palatine 118. Sweating of 1 side of face-freys 116. Blue sclera-osteogenesis imperfect 107. Gingival index is and ordinal scale 121. Compare the proportion of guys w. Tooth w/ a luxation/subluxation injury that doesn’t respond to pulp test indicates-there is an interruption in neural transmission 150. Sodium hypochlorite for endo all except-chelating agent 143. Food affects rate of oral clearance 137. Main reason for loss of mesiodistal arch length-caries. Why is access prep for CI a triangle? Remove material from pulp horns 134. Dental fear-intensifies pain 146. All affect the success of an implant except-# of remaining teeth 148. Plaque matures in?24-36hr 136. disease w. Bacteria adhere to teeth by dextrans 138. Niti vs stainless steele 141. Chelating agent-edta 144. Liquid in glass ionomer? Polyacrylic acid 133. To make a ceramic ant restoration appear thinner mesiodistally? Deepen gingival embrasure moving it more incisally & contouring facial line angles to middle of tooth 154. Hypothyroidism vs hyperthyroidism? Cold. Which of following would cause sudden mobility of a tooth-secondary traumatic occlusion 152. proportion of girls w. Long term nitrous use? Neuropathies similar to multiple sclerosis 142. Nonverbal communication-uses many dif senses 147. rotated teeth 145. dry skin 135. What disease causes steattorhea. Neuopraxia 140. chronic resp infections & functional disturbances in secretory mech of various glands- . Not bevel ging margin? Hatchet 132. All indicate occlusal trauma to an implant except ? gingival inflammation 153. Autistic children heightened stim to touch and sound 139. During canal filing of mx incisors what part of the root is most commonly perforated? Mesial 151.ditching & recurrent decay? Weak 131. disease? Chi square 149. . allergic reaction to denture 4.increased height 166.d. perioneum intact. FDA requires what before drug is approved? Randomized clinical trial 165. Sodium hypochlorite that is most indeisrable? Toxicity to tissue 168. DOC xerostomia-pilocarpine 163. 5 cases of disease –false negative Guy has problem with a tooth and has a hole drilled thru the O of MOD composite and the pain is relieved. Which division is likely to break incisors? 6. can get it from stretching. When should oral surgery be performed on a dialysis pt? next day 158. none 157. Patient removes denture and it’s red. for IV sedation for minor oral surgery? Skip breakfast. When processing acrylic for denture chemical vs heat excess monomer 160. Diabetic pt. Failure of post composites is usually directly or indirectly related-polymerization shrinkage 162. A diagnostic test failed to i. full dose. When there is a loss of tooth what is primary factor that prevent the adjacent tooth moving mesially? Occlusal contacts 169. Strength of soldered connector of a fixed partial denture is best enhanced by.cystic fibrosis 155. What caused it? Void in composite or polymerization shrinkage 2. OKC 5. Non working condyle moves in what direction-medially 159. DEA schedule based on-potential for abuse 164. also taking ampicillin what’s the reason? Candidiasis. half dose. Pt has veneer and needs bleaching in wohat order do you do it 161. Splinting abutment teeth in a fpd is to improve distribution occlusal load 167. Neuropraxia question-nothing severed. Radiolucency below 1 molar of a 18 yr old? Salivary gland occlusion. Primary mandibular 2nd molar has how many canals? 1-4 3. Remineralized enamel? Stronger or weaker than enamel 156. What do you see first the donors epithelium or recipients epithelium? 22. 9. central giant cell granuloma 26. Metronidazole is a drug of choice for ANUG and cause disulfarim affect(nausea. Methotextrate metronidazole 17. What is contraindicated when treating a sickle cell Patient? 30. 32. What is freeze dried bone? Allograft 25. chlorhexidine rinse 14. trauma 10. flushing of the skin. Home care patient responsibility is to brush teeth and remove bacteria and remove subplaque.non-bull 13. What is the best way to view Maxillary sinus? Water’s 11. 20. and shortness of breath). G2 probe goes more than 1mm(do GTR n graft). GTR . What is malignant? Fibrous dysplasia. carbamazepine(tegretol) 28. pagent’s . Fenestration31. Tetracycline vs penicillin 16. True then false. 8. What do you Tx ANUG with? Antibiotics. If you need to increase VDO on mounted cast how do you do it? Bite registration. time. Pic of gingival hyperplasia.7. minor salivary gland by mucus plug.Johnson syndrome (true or false) 18. What happens if you over titrate amalgam? Sialolith commonly found? Submandibular gland. facebow. narrow. composition 23. What do you see in freeze-dried bone? Osseobond cells? 24. caused by what? Phenytoin 27. Glucose in kids what is most important? Quantity. Common periodontal disease in school age disease? 15. What is best way to view TMJ? MRI 12. True or false (1 st part is false because home bleaching is 10%) 19. wide? Probe or cant probe? Grade 1 probe goes less than 1/3. Highest % of caries population-hispanic 21. What do you do for a furcation that you can see through? T or F. Tunneling. increase VDR 29. When you move to right what nonworking cusp lingual interfere with non working movement. What do you do with probe if furcation is wide and narrow. vomiting. Patient got 25% bleaching and has increased sensitivity. wharton’s duct Reason for mucocele on lip? Obstruction. Rarely causes stevens. Grand mal(tonic-clonic) seizure drug of choice? Dilantin( phenytoin). G3 probe goes straight thru 33. 6 questions about furcations. tachycardia. Xray of woman who had molar extracted. what caused this? Osteomyletis. Dental office matches benefits of other offices but patient can choose dentist- . C factor(configuration factor). What is worst if doing a RCT? Insufficient obturation. resist to fracture 51. insufficient cleaning and shaping. In RCT was is plastic post good to use? Same strength as dentin. same strength as steel.25. covalent bond.class 3 42. Chemo causes thrombocytopenia 59. residual cyst 39.membrane? 34. Flabby tissue for a denture what do you do first? 49. now has infection. 6-16=1) (if 0. Benefit of methadone vs morphine? Withdrawal less severe. 8 year old Central incisor canal is constricted but has apical RL what do you do? Refer 35. when cemented you can view on xray 37. used 2 detox morphine addicts 53. Most likely to cause candidiases? Excess VDO 50. When you transilluminate tooth what does the light go thru? 48. Main reason for redoing anterior composite-discolored 43. Fentanyl antidote for benzodiazepine overdose (I think fentanyl is used with benzo for preop sedation and the antidote for benzo over dose is flumazenil) 57. Cleft palate/lip. Glass ionomer benefits besides fluoride? Used as cement.5) 45. What is helpful in senior citizens????? 47. Cauliflower like lesion on lip 56.28 fluoride how much do you supplement-. Synchondrosis what is last to fuse? Sphenooccipital(starts in teens ends @ 20).how much do we use in community water 44.6 for 3-6=. RCT done and years have RL below what caused this? 38. Start vomiting after because it triggers chemoreceptor zone 58. 6-16=. What is true and not true about fluoride? 46. Purpose of plaque index? Show the patient 54. Pic of white spongy nevus 52.25. Bilateral split osteotomy what nerve do you worry about severing? Inferior alveolar 41. 36. better strength then steel. intraoccipital (frontal ethmoid/sphenoethmoid might be 1st) 55.composite ratio for bonded to unbounded 40.3-. 5yr old has . Fluoride.5 (6mos-3=. If you cut a DO what axiolineangle is not there? No distal wall 83. 12 weeks(4-6 weeks) (2 weeks deciduous) 79. seen in dentin 72. Which patient is more likely to have thrombocytopenia. helps with retention(I think reline) 69. HMO. Patient has small cavity @ what point do you interfere with decay? ½ way thru enamel. How do you increase working time with irreversible hydrocolloid? Increase spatulation. rapid heartbeats. Flap surgery wide gap in between how do you clean interproximal furaction? . Sodium in RCT what does it NOT do? Not a chelating agent 65. When is 1st sign of calcification (4months in utero) 78. What muscle does the denture cover? Buccinator 63. Nitrate(NO3) vs nitrites(NO2) mechanism of action? Nitrates increase O2 supply by vasodilating action on smooth muscle in coronary arteries. weight loss 73. 67. closed or open panel 60. seen on xray. How does collimation work? A device capable of collimating radiation. Patient has to go to specific dentist in this plan-hmo. What do you see in thyroid storm? High temperature. no affect. sweating. How do you treat dry sockets? Surgical dressing. Irreversible hydrocolloid is not used in fixed 80. increase cold water. EDTA chelating agent 64.closed or open panel 61. 6 weeks.taking oral contraceptive 71.PPO. If patient has excess saliva-realign. What is the rest seat connected to if that is connected to major connector? Minor connector 75. (ensure contour with max durability and conservation of tooth structure) 70. increase hot water 81. as a long narrow tube in which strongly absorbing or reflecting walls permit only radiation traveling parallel to the tube axis to traverse the entire length.ppo. Fractured mandible how long is appropriate to keep in closed reduction? 4weeks. 68. 9 weeks. Least congenitally missing tooth? 3m-lat incisor-2pm 76. cold water 82. Erution sequence/ calc seq 77. hot water. 62. structural integrity. Why do you place a functional cusp bevel? Retention & resistance. What is a minor connector? Connects things t major connector 74. Which stone and how do you make it set up faster? Slurry water. Antipsychotic drugs act on which receptors? Multi receptors but mostly dopamine 66. 430-490 shorter curing time 107. acetaminophen. wait for Mx k9 eruption 86. Gardner syndrome. Kid wheezes with inspiration(vocal cord obstruction) 95. Common dental office problem? Asthma hyperventilation. liver damage. Retain primary dentition longer 89. T test vs chi square (The t-test assesses whether the means of two groups are statistically different from each other) 93. Maximum amount of nitrous? 70% 101. water pick. What isn’t seen on xray gingival cyst or 87. Same question-show them another child behaving 106.saline. value. vit k status 94. 2yr ol acting up what do you do-get down to their level and talk to them 105. Guy on recall for perio has mesial on #4 distl on #20 with 6mm perio pockets what do you do? Surgery. Permanent teeth vs primary teeth-higher pulp 108. irrigated solution 100. Key features of cleidocranial dysplasia. have multiple impacted and unerupted teeth 103. Most likely to reoccur OKC 99.saliva) 91. Alvused teeth best prognosis? Something to do with time and what its stored in(best in 15-30minutes. Pt has Mn molar extracted 3 days later have pain-ludwig angina 109. scaling(6-7mm for 3-4month recall). Infection on lip cavernous sinus thromboses . 100th in hue. chroma? ???Brightness. Tell show do is for who-child 104. hanks solution. What do you use to cool bone when place a implant? Air. 10 yr old with gap what do you do? Take away frenum. LED cure light why is it more beneficial than halogen and know the range. Supragingival plaque is more gram negative or positive 88. INR determines PT measure warfarin dose. polyps that turn into adenocarcinomas. Patient needs to be medicated for 8 hrs what do you give them? Aspirin. etc 85. floss 84.Interproximal brush. or milk. ortho. syncope 96. naproxene(12) 97. ibuprofen(4-8). H2 histamine receptor is for gastric acid reduction 98. After 10 years % of people with successful implants? (5 year 95 Mn 90 Mx) so 80-90% 90. Test for prevelance of incidence investigating oral cancer in a nursing home pts what kind of study is this? 92. hue??? 102.nevoid basal cell (cysts. SNS) 119. Pt is emergency remove decay that is medium to deep but not pulpal exposure so you temp it what are the indication for that? Emergency 126. decrease blood to PDL 136. 40 yr old pt has 32 teeth with deep fissures what do you do? Sealant. 5 year old extraction what do you give them? Acetaminophen 134. What do you have with seizures-hyper…(hyperventilation. Order of treatment perio not endo related. 1st molar decay what do you do? MOD & DO. hyperthyroidism. amalgam. Unbundling and beneficence definitions-bene promotes wellbeing of others. mutans not option so L. Braces move due to transseptal fibers 135. Pt has Mn molar cracked? Best description? Stabbing pain. Ameloblastoma from dentigerous cysts 113. Pic of compound odontoma 118. order of Tx endo not perio related. Treat external resorption with what? RCT. needy. Indirect vs direct on child 124. Hex implant prevents rotation 131.pulpal response. Waive copay-price fixing 117. 133. resistance(conserve tooth struct and gives rigidity) 115.. 127. Prescribed opioid analgesic physical signs-headache. CAOH2 122.110. MO & DO 130. released when open mouth 128. regen of alveolar bone 137. Ortho Tx does…. unbundling is charging separately 116. What is the initiator of caries? S. epinephrine. . regen of cementum. irritability. Autistic child-likes affection. bac 132. Apexification-nonvital tooth 123. observe 129. What does cusp reduction do? Retention. repeat things over 111. Don’t give a pregnant woman what? Diazepam. Pt on antidepressant what is your greatest concern? Epinephrine or time in chair 125. hyperexcitable nerves) 114. Important with successful RCT what is the least likely to happen- regen of dentin. Alpha agonist acts on?(adrenergic. % of people that get fluoridation? 67-70 121. Patient with heart attack-answer is heart attack? 112. What can you get back? Tooth mobility 120. #8 lighter than the rest of teeth what do you do? Bleach other teeth. smaller dose 155. Smiling. What size do you do a excision? 158. What’s not on ADA website? Licensing 162. 146. crown 161. All effects the success of implant except-remaining teeth 140. itching. Mandibular lateral incisor eruption where do you get space-k9 primate space 143. What model to get child to follow directions 153. vomiting. modeling 154. Salivary gland defect 159.secondary traumatic occlusion 142. Device place to prevent thumb-sucking-positive. lack of retention in mandibular denture 147. admin adenosine. positive reinforcement 151.hypo… (nausea. IV antibiotic has tachycardia and other problems 1st thing you do is what? Epinephrine. constipation.ECG) 139. When do you do maintenance phase in perio? 156. stop antibiotic (if serious cardioversion. Teach child to turn negative thoughts to positive experience- reshaping. How much do you take off facial view of veneer? . Pregnant woman in dental chair. … 157. polymerization.lay on left side to prevent from laying on vena cava 144. praising down syndrome pt-social. Added to polymethyl methacrylate for? Strength. Major complaint from a denture patient-can say certain words. Drug A has higher efficacy than B? more potent. Modeling & shaping questions 152. Best time to get children to stop children from sucking thumb- primary dentition period 149. negative. Neurofibromatosis –freckling. adversive 150. Palmar plantar keratosis 160. Perio disease time of life theory episodic or random-random burst theory 145. drowsiness. Epitomizes dental fear-chair 141. café au lait.5 . respiratory depression) 138. stable refer. Osteoradionecrosis most associated with mandible 148. lisch nodules. Causes sudden mobility. Pt had hip replacement 10 months ago do you premed? Yes 182. acne 187. Denture pt with opposing teeth? Mx bone resorption. low toxicity. Wipe something down and it kills everything but spores- disinfected 176. Elevated levels in Paget’s 170. Periodontal disease in children? Acute periodontitis.sharpeys fibers. What cause angular chelitis-VDO loss 168. molaria. A drug is first passed means? Excreted in urine. alveolar bone 164. marginal gingivitis 171. etc 183. not broad spectrum 165. Where do you use noble metal-single crown 180. Regen of periosteum needs. no way to prevent primary) 169. What sound is hard to make it denture is placed to far facially? 188. Benefits of PCN except? Cheap. Mx anterior resorption 167. Premed with endocarditis main concern? If had previous 181. post tuberosity droops. Bony resorption from implant considered successful If you have . cementum. What will happen if you issue broad spectrum antibiotics-creates infection 166. Articaine is metabolized where? Plasma esterase 172. Ectodermal dysplasia 186. hypothyroidism. Pt has hypoparathyroid disorder can be prevented by giving what?iodine?(vit d. Allergic to amoxicillin give the patient what 177. 30 year old pt has deep fissure least likely to do? Sealant. wilson’s disease. Pt has low alkaline phosphatase what do they have? (magnesium deficiency. 184. lyme disease. metabolized in liver 173. hemolytic anemia.Mn 1st molar Most successful place to put a implant? Mn anterior 185. calcium. Identify nasal septum-zygoma 178.163. amalgam. Diagnosis for bullemia 174. Where do you use base metal-bridge 179. . Bullemia is form of erosion 175. Most common root fracture. Doxycyclin does what? Tetracycline use in sinusitis. When you include cusp (like shoeing it). radioopaque.45 190.. John’s wort used for minor depression o St johns wort is a herbal medication used to treat depression 3. I had questions that tested all of the different type of studies (cross-sectional. veracity. Most damaging type of mercury? methyl(organic) - Study patient management section in mosby’s if you have it. Amantadine…. Prilocaine causes methemoglobinemia o Prilocaine is an amid which gets metabolized in liver . - Know what the 5 ethics are and what they mean and how they are applied (beneficence. had to penetrate thick structure looks radioopaque 192. St. prospective and retrospective cohorts) - Know the difference between modeling and shaping in terms of behaviour.necrotic pulp resorption 195. what form is it? Resistance. justice etc. How much radiation exposure is considered bad? 50(6000). If xray goes through something thick what will it look like on xray? Cancer. stressed 198. Contraindication with St Johns Wort? Asthma. color control 193. retention. thickness. cooling.) 1. Replacement resorption. o Lesions are unilateral b/c affects the trigeminal nerve pathway 4. case studies. fill in margin. Cementing all porcelain or all ceramic crown what resin good to use and what benefits? Fracture. warfarin. pregnancy 194. convienience…no idea I put retention I think o Shoeing cusp – is a form of resistance 6. o Around 35% of caloric intake should be fat 5. In a injury this acid is produced and is responsible for what? Prostaglandin?? 196. no cancer. What is considered safe amount of radiation? 191. Tooth fused to bone-replacement resorption 197. Oral path pic of herpes zoster (lesion of tongue stopping at the midline) o Herpes zoster is seen in adults.1mm of resorption per year? Yes 189. Porcelain is strongest in what stage? Firing.what type of drug is it o Anti viral…used for TB 2. The USDA recommends that ___% of your daily diet should come from fat. etc. you will find vertical blurryiness and blurriness of the inferior border of the mandible 14. o You clean out the canals and place CaOH to enhance the closure of the apex 8. o When you double the distance. 13. abfraction. abrasion. and erosion o Attrition – wear facets on enamel. tnf. How do antihistamines work?? Competitive inhibition of histamine receptors o Antihistamines are two types (HI and H2) o HI – for irritation of skin o H2 antihistamines to treat gastric ulcers o Anti histamines block (thru competitive ) histamine receptors 10. What does a pano look like if the patient moves? Is there a blurry horizontal line or blurry horizontal line o When patient moves during pano. Know difference between attrition. bruxism o Abraction – at the cervical region of the tooth – o Erosion – chemical wear on the tooth.o The one amide that causes methemoglobinemia 7. In disease its called reverse architecture and you see that the F and L gingiva is higher than interdental papilla 12. What is reverse architecture (interdental papilla gingival tissue is more apical than the facial and gingival tissues) o Normal perio health – the interdental papilla is higher interoximally than on the F and L gingiva thus you see a parabolic shape 11. the intensity is affected by (1/4) 15. Double the distance of x-ray source will quarter the intensity o Distance and intensity are inversely related. o Raas is the oncogene affected in oral cancer (squamous cell carcinoma) o Main intiating factor for SSC is smoking 9. Can be due to grinding. Radiographic picture of Y line of Ennis asking what it separated: nasal fossa and maxillary sinus o Y line of Ennis: seperates the nasal fossa with the maxillary sinus . What is the oncogene that is affected in oral cancer? Ras. Know your shit for the application of and difference between apexification and apexogenesis o Apexification – used for NON vital tooth therapy—when the apex has not closed thus you cannot do RCT yet and get a good apical seal. ) o To induce salivation: these are cholinergic drugs such as pilocarpine . Also disinfectant and lubricant for the canal. RC prep is a form of EDTA 17. Know difference between LeFort 1. This is a chelating agent. – called Anterior Maxillary Osteotomy o 19. Know irrigating and chelating solutions for endo. o The only NSAID you can give a patient who takes Coumadin is Tylenol(which as acetminophen and has no anti inflammatory properties) 18. (Sodium hypochlorite and EDTA came up a bit) o NaOCL – this is an irrigant used for endo. 2 and 3 o LeFort fractures are types of facial fractures that are classic in facial trauma Le Fort I fractures (horizontal) may result from a force of injury directed low on the maxillary alveolar rim in a downward direction Le Fort II fractures (pyramidal) may result from a blow to the lower or mid maxilla and usually involve the inferior orbital rim Le Fort III fractures (transverse) are otherwise known as craniofacial dissociation and involve the zygomatic arch o Lefort I surgery– when you want to pull the maxillay forward. should perform a INR test o Patient on Coumadin (wafarin) must always do an INR rest (international normalized ratio) o If patients INR is above 5 Oral surgery is contraindicated o Normal INR is 1-2 o Do NOT give aspirin to a patient who is on coumadin. Angular chelitis is due to increased interocclusal space (decreased VDO) o Angular chelitis aka perleche o This is seen in patients who have a loss in VDO o Decreased/loss in VDO= increase in freeway space (interocclusal space) 20. pilocarpine etc. Know what drugs are used to induce salivation (atropine.16. NaOCL is NOT a chelating agent o EDTA – this is NOT an irrigant. Patient is on Warfarin. -not that many biomaterials questions: not many composition or lab techniques. neostigmine. o To antagonize scopalmine: use Physostigmine Part 2 Questions since Fall 2009: 600+ questions January 2009 Exam 1. 6. -primate spaces 10. safety equipment. 2. Try studying Part I ethics cards for those questions stuff from sarkis’ class. -ENDO CASES: apexification questions 8. If your patient is looking around a lot at your masks and gloves. 7. whats the most appropriate response? Some of the answers are vague. anxiolytics how do they work? GABA! 5. methacholine. -LOTS OF ETHICS QUESTIONS: what to say what to do in these situations. what is it called? Is it convenience or retention form? 11.o To cause xerstomia: you would use anticholinergic drugs such as scopalmine. Published paper on principles of ethics and conducts does not cover which one? 3. etc. 9. a good mix of everything. -what meds to decrease saliva? Should be atropine (belladonna derivative). -Versed is a BDZ. ? . etc. -when you include cusp into preparation. scopolamine. -benzodiazepines. -What do you not report to the ADA? Reporting an advertisement for a colleague or an announcement for specialty practice? Principles of ethics and conducts does not cover and you have to pick one. -non-malifecence. justice. 4. cause salivation. Pilocarpine. atropine. -most questions so far: ethics. all that kind of stuff from first year was tested on. 12. -Abuse of nitrous oxide it results in neuropathy. 21. 26. -The MEDS they ask are straightforward so we should know them. 17. -which antibiotics will not work well on someone taking prolonged drug for awhile. 18. -There are a lot of questions on case studies! Double blind studies. -If youre breast feeding what drug should you not take? Something prohibited in the states. -Whats the oncogene that is disabled in oral cancer? ?? 19. 24. -How many carpules max can give before patient dies? 1 mL = 20 mg of 2% anything. 15. need to know the definitions. 27. 22. 13. etc. This makes it unique. It’s an amide. -Articaine can be processed in the plasma. . -Prilocaine causes methemoglobinemia. -histamine question: antihistamines work by working on histamine receptors. -children coronary artery disease: what is risk factor? Obesity and high cholesterol. 20. 16. Which drug? Oral contraceptive? 14. 23. -Amantadine is an anti-viral and anti-parkinosonian or anti-TB and its antiviral. Diuretic drugs. -Warfarin and drugs that you have to mix and match and match with the category. -all of these inhibit cell wall synthesis except: penicillin wrong! 25. -Antibiotics do not work well on patients taking ____. He put TCA down. We need to know the classes and the characteristic drug of that class. -Antihistamine question not that many but one. -apexification and order of things for endo and treatment planning. P intermedia (ANUG) is kinda part of normal flora. 30. Acute ulcertaive gingivitis what could be indicated: host overreacting to infection. Children immature put back in and watch it. avulused tooth what to do next if mature or apex closed. but should be 600 mg and the answer choice was wrong since they said 2 g so he picked cephalomycin. Bacteria is releasing deadly toxins (no toxin in acute periodontitis or is not main reason) and the answer was normal bacterial flora is what youd find in acute ulcerative gingivitis.28. Avulsed tooth: adult vs. Only one bacteria quetsion. Premedicate with amoxicillin and you need to know the dosage so that you pick the right dosage 60 lb kid. cyanotic congential heart disease. -OS: order you should pull teeth out on upper maxilla 1st 2nd 3rd molar? 3 2 then 1. -Perio: reverse architecture (papilla is supposed to be a mound not a volcano) what is diference between open bevel and cloesd bevel: both of them would cause the same amount of recovery pain. 50mg/kg dosage. 32. -Cyanotic heart valves you must premedicate. Second Day: 34. 31. -key bacteria in localized periodontitis is AA which is part of normal flora. children. -Lots of questions on what you should do with a tooth to treat it with lots of answers including doing nothing. -If patient is allergic to ampicillin. Pulp test is not used when first go through trauma. . Adults stick it back in and watch it. Under endo and pedo! 29. -cephalomycin 36. 33. 37. then what antibiotic should be given? Clindamycin. fixin 35. Kid had unrepaired cyanotic something valves. -dental anatomy: patient has 3 incisors one tooth has two pulp canals which is fusion. -Whats the best way to restore the edentulous space: ridge is so thin you cant place implants but you have to have noticed in that one specific picture so best situation is partial because bone graft then implant isnt option. There are 4 pictures instead of 1 and so you can drag it to the side to look at it. 42. 39. fill with glass ionomer cement? compomers 43. -There were 8 cases…you have to click something to open the picture. Some of them have extra pictures on an extra tab of the window so you have to click it to open more but you could miss it if you didn’t notice it. -Abfraction: if not too deep don’t touch it. but don’t premedicate either? Just stay away from ultrasonic and electric testing and such. The clinical pictures were taken after the radiographs so it could have developed afterwards and there was fineprint that this was written and not for other cases so it was a trick and it was a nasopalatine cyst probably… 40. 46.5 hours for 200 questions for a total of 400 questions. 41. The foramen and nasopalatine canal is where the incisive papilla is and if theres a cyst there then what does it look like clinically? Soft tissue is swelling and discolored. -The clinical radiograph and picture didn’t match up. *Whats an adverse effect of a drug that you cant mix with antibiotics? Methotrexate because it wont clear out of the system specifically with amoxicillin. -Barely talked about amalgam in this exam… 44. -Intraoral picture of nasopalatine cyst by incisive papilla on backside of 7 and 8. 45. -One of his patients has a pacemaker. If deeper. -3.38. *Zinc oxide eugenol is IRM but theres an extra component that makes it IRM which is the methylmethacrylate which is an inactive ingredient.5 hours since its cases and you have to investigate. What are you not supposed to do and what cant you do? . 2 nd day is 100 questions 8 cases 3. 47. 50. It’s a factor of 4 since its squared distance. Perio questions about bone graft. -Not too much disinfections stuff: disinfectant. irreversible apical periodontitis/pulpitis/abscess/vertical root fracture and their treatments. but its not. Perio maintenance procedure. Lots of endo/perio lesion questions. tissue graft. how to place them (high torque. 55. Lots of implants ques: like how you treatment plan them. but its not. chronic. -Genial tubercle x-ray question today. -Earlobe on the pano was asked from yesterday. LAP). 2. Success of osteointegrated implants after 10 years? Etc. what area has good/bad prognosis). You can pick osteoma. techniques for using curettes. what temperature. -kVp asked once. 51. 49. low speed. Yesterday had some radiology picture questions. By what factor would you increase kVp if the doctor doubles the distance. 56. -Why do you flush the lines? January 2009 Exam: 1. What is this that is pointed on the radiograph. . -What does it look like on a pano when your patient moves during the pano? A vertical blur line vs horizontal defect. The decks are good enough. -They liked to ask intermaxillary suture a lot which comes up clear on radiograph and it looks like a fracture (which is an answer choice). Know the difference in diagnosing b/w acute vs. reversible vs. know definition which is in behavioral science decks but not much on it. 3. tx for different types of periodontitis (ANUG/ANUP. 53. GTR and when and where to use them. sterilant.48. 54. -Big artifact in pano which was a ghost of a necklace. -what is the isthmus of Y (where nasal floor and maxillary sinus start and meet). What are the two anatomical factors that border this? 52. combination syndrome. Teracycline. antidepressants.sympathy etc. Polymerization shrinkage.John’s wort but had no idea 13. 14. left hip up?) More proned to what medical emergency? 15. Veneer prep criteria. right hip up. Pregnant women should lay in which direction (Trendelenberg. bacteriostatic vs. bacteriocidal drugs 10. December 2009 Exam 1]I had lot of" sentences " by the dentist type of question and they asked What tone is the dentist using? Choices were like controlled. pulpotomy. antipsychotic. function of major vs. apicoectomy and when they are use 5. cohort studies. Different b/w remineralized enamel vs. what rxn in overdose. p-value. Which herbal meds is contraindicated with anticoagulant? I put St. etc. syncope. shock. bad breadth). Know pulpectomy. Know your analgesics( Asp. 9. I don’t remember . bleaching 8. regular enamel 6. candidiasis. percentage of cleft palate in caucasian? I had no idea since I don’t remember reading it anywhere. Manifestation of medical emergencies like thyrotoxic symptoms. longitudinal vs. minor connector. FPD not fit 7. lots of opoids ques (when to use them. White lesions that can be wiped off (Lichen planus . Other weird question like the purpose of tongue brushing (gingivitis. AI vs DI 12.4. BZD and their mechanism of action. ectodermal dysplasia. code of ethics (I think reading the tuft notes is good enough) 16. chelating agents/EDTA/sodium hypochloride. noble metal. base metal vs. vs Tylenol vs Ibuprofen vs Naproxen). Metronidazole. Know diff b/w Cleidocraniomastoid vs. white sponge nevus) 11. nitrites/nitrates. etc). henly & huntler syndrome. What should be placed against porcelain bridge.Like if a child came with a history of aggressive behavior and is crying then should the dentist show empathy or sympathy or control 4]Children response to treatment and what dentist should do for ex: if child is 6 yrs old and mentally retarded shud GA be given.pulpotomy or RCT. 11]Lot of pulpectomy questions .Ex type of margin for ceramic. I will take care of everything 2]Complications of Sjogrens syndrome –features of (Stevenson sth) Answer was with keratoconjunctivitis it involes the genitalia too. What is a "key" 7]Ordinal and nominal classification[ I dont know what this is ] 8]Antagonist for ( I think Methadone) Just do all the antagonists given in overdose and toxicity. If you took more care this would not have happened 3.These belonged to behaviour maangement questions which I didnt understand. asmatic and anxious.Whether u shud do pulpectomy.sympathy and apathy . 5]Remo -dont worry.each sentence but it was like Patient complains of pain in relation to a particular tooth. 3]Questions about difference between empathy.So the best answer/reply of the dentist would be 1. . 9] Check what is Ambien!! 10]Best medicine for sedation for children.Scenarios like if tooth was avulsed or if it was kept in Hanks 120 mn later. If you came here earlier things would not be bad 2. 6]Fixed -do preparation and design.Or an apprehensive child -should/not be given papoose board .I had 8 questions and very direct ones. 12]Space maintainers-indications.Which is the exception? 13]function of dressing on wound? Protection 14]suture -movable to non movable 15]gingivectomy - is it incisional or excisional procedure? 16)if person is asthmatic and has pain even if he walks 5 steps how should you treat him -he is under care of physician what should be the best way to treat him A) only 2 appt’s per week B) Treat him in a reclined procedure 17]For pharma - materials from Tufts didnt help at all. Check drugs like prpythione or sth. Ambien etc 18]What is neurotraxia 19]calculation of 2% mepivacaine max amnt 20]check functions of epi 21]what happens when Vertical is lost-signs that is reduced VDO 22]lab and patient remount?Why are they done- establish and maintain VDO 23}incisal guide pin position while checking protrusive,why 24] Manndibular tori removal 4-5 questions About the procedure.indications.Type of incison,instruments used 25]Common complication of Type 1 diabetes: I wrote as blindness assuming retinopathy!! 26]Do we need to take precautions for person allergic to shellfish. 27]Soldering and flux 28]Glazing of bridges: when is it done .Is glazing uniform? 29] Hallmark/sign of acute sinusits? 30} Splinting avulsed teeth – for how many days? 31]6 year old mentally retarded child.Treatment is recall.Would you give sedation,antianxiolytic,voice control or positive reinforcement. 32]Guerin sign is a feature of Le Fort 1/2/3? 33] 8 Oral pathology slides.Showing migratory glossitis,ceph induced hyperplasia, CGCGranuloma, Pano showing ear lobe, Radiograph showing double exposure, 34] Distance of implants from natural teeth 35] Cervical position while placing an implant-How much below CEJ? 36]grooves for a cl 5 composite –where are they placed? 37) Couple of questions with –which is the best treatment option like FGC,7/8 th or 3/4th crown 38]SBE prphy-exception 39]One photograph of pano asking the error-the tongue was not in the correct position 40]which is the only surface not beveled for an onlay 41]adv of heat cure-strength and less residual monomer 42]periapical cemental dysplasia radiograph 43]what would you give to a patient who goes into a diabetic shock? 44] Dentist lets the patient sign informed consent-autonomy 45] Dentist refers a difficult case to a speacialist-non malfiecence December 2009 Exam: picture questions 1. recognize bell's palsy 2. herpes zoster...... hard palate just one side 3. lateral boarder of the tongue picture looked like squamous cell carcinoma 4. a picture of basal cell or kerato ancathoma ......on the face crater like with a crust in the middle 1. most of the x-ray is converted to: heat 2. question about reduction of tuberocity if there is no space in the back. this question came twice 3. there were multiple questions about about cleidocranial dysplasia. 4. multiple osteomas are found in--> garderners 5. a question about lingering spontaneous pain --> irreversible pulpitis 6. question that was testing INR numbers .....i forgot the details 7. hypohydrotic child --> ectodermal dysplasia 8. drug given in case of seizures ...... i remember they were very particular i.e mgs 9. Make sure you know about chroma value and hue 10. memorize the fluoride table for pedo...... you will use that multiple times 11. the use of intensifying screens --> reduce the radiation 8. 3. mode 9. What is minimum distance between implants 14.12. Most important thing about implant success (in the procedure the things are most important for osseointegration) . 4. Alpha agonist (anesthetics). Spaces: mandibular/mental. Calculation Q for anesthetics. open vs closed tray technique for implants 11. etc Q. i thought mosby was good with that 2. 2. Implants 10. how far up or down from tissue should the implant be placed in relation to adjacent CEJ (efffffff that question!!! I didn’t know) 16. why do you use a stent? 15. 5. beta agonists. type of epithelial and connective tissue attachment to implants 13. Lots of insurance questions . 6. how to clean implants (os decks) 12. What’s the purpose of facebow preservation? Gingivitis. Cross sectional studies Q. May be you can read online about dental insurance December 2009 Exam 1. 7. What do you use for average Q? Mean. Un bundling and bundling questions. nominal and ordinal? Schuger Johnson syndrome. classical sign of aggressive perio ---> something about mobility general outline guides 1. median. lots of questions about behavior management . nutrient canal 25. KNOW THE NAMES!!! Major drugs 28. What is difference between fear and anxiety? 21. which kennedy class has no modification-I put class 4??? 22. Depression-st johns wort 30. Next 5 are radiology Q’s. Know questions about Case control . What is t test? 35. Z test 36. intermaxillary suture 23. How to treat endo perio lesion 31. Know lots on types of studies 34. Know herbal remedies 29. Most common fracture of permanent tooth -crown I think?? 33. radiolucency below inferior alveolar canal 26. Fear in the dental office (causes) 20. Lots on behavior modification for Pedo 27. Tooth brushing and flossing-what is maximum depth that tooth brush and tooth floss can penetrate tissue 18. For Pharm. Question about ANUG (repeated in every exam) 19. recognize odontoma 24.17. Lots of trauma questions for endo 32. Peutz jeghers 50. KNOW HOW TO figure out max amount of lidocaine and mepivicane to give pedo patient! 46. Longitudinal study 40. For Perio. Steven Johnson 51. Know about effects of chemo and radiation therapy on oral cavity 55. Freys syndrome (Oral path I thought was pretty straight forward) 52. Know about hypertension and drugs related 47. what will happen as permanent teeth erupt? 43. Know snb vs SNA 45. Know what happens to the teeth and bone during orthodontic movement 53. For Ortho. Iv bisphosphonates and extractions are needed-what do you do? 54. Asked about facial spaces . Pemphigus 49.Questions about end on end? 42. Cohort study 38. Why do you put a surgical dressing over a wound? 41. Ask questions about what the facial profile will look like for certain class 44.37. Cross sectional study 39. Where do you put the margin of an anterior crown? 56. Know Pemphigoid 48. 57. Asked about what sound will determine VDO 58. Why take plaster index? 59. Asked about posterior composites 60. Asked about use of glass ionomer what is liquid made of? 61. Hemangioma 62. Papilloma 63. What property of metal prevents corrosion 64. What are contraindications for using bleaching technique for crowns 65. What does sodium hypochlorite do for root canal therapy 66. How do you recognize ankylosis 67. Lots of complete denture questions 68. What muscle makes it hard to take a maxillary impression (something to do with the buccal space) 69. What muscle is related to trying to get more room for lingual aspect of mandibular complete denture 70. What is the order that you extract teeth? 1-2-3 or 3-2-1 and reason for doing so 71. Know what are best diagnostic tests for treating endo lesions 72. Best test for endo vs perio lesion 73. Pt is 18 and is class 3, needs surgery, what procedures do you do? Saggital split and lefort 1??? That is what I put, not sure. Other answers included rapid palatal expansion with saggital split or lefort 2 with saggital split, different variations on surgical procedures to correct 74. Know antidotes to pharm drugs 75. How do anti histamine drugs work? 76. Primary tooth trauma 77. Open apex with permanent teeth – 78. Trauma and vitality how to proceed with young children (permanent teeth open apex) 79. Nitrous oxide question asked 80. Question about vicodin (os decks) 81. How to acetaminophen and hydrocodone interact to relieve pain??? (os decks) 82. What is best prognosis for breaking off a file a couple millimeters from apex 83. radiolucency vs no radiolucency and vital tooth vs nonvital tooth prior to RCT therapy 84. Cherubism 85. What do tetracyclines do to teeth and oral environment (pharm book on CD) 86. Systemic vs topical antibiotics why use one or the other November 2009 Exam 1. Each of the following can occur as a result of successful rct tx except which one? 1. Apical seal of cement, b. regeneration of alveolar bone, c. regeneration pdl, d. formation of reparative dentin (answer) 2. Which of the following factor is most critical in determining the prognosis of periodontal disease? 1. Probing depth, 2. Mobility, 3. Class 3 furcation, 4. Attachment loss (answer) 3. The strength of soldered connector of FPD in enhanced? 1. Using higher carat solder, 2. Increasing height (answer), 3. Increasing width, 4. Increasing gap 4. Sodium hypcholorite, the property of most undesirable? Toxicity to what to vital tissue (answer) 5. If a dentist seals a caries lesion on tooth, what would be the most likely result? 1. Arrest caries (answer), 2. Extension caries, 3. Discoloration of tooth, 4. Micro-leakage 6. Cephalousporins, are contraindicated for what kind of patients? 1. Patients allergic to penicillin (answer). 7. Q’s about false + and false -. If you have cases of true disease, and test fails to identify true disease: false negative (answer) 8. Most common cause of dental trauma, in primary dentition of children 1.5-2.5 yrs of age, is what? 1. Under-developed motor coordination (answer) 9. Which of the following pdl disease causes rapid destruction of alveolar bone? 1. Periodontal abcess (answer), 2. ANUG, 3. Chronic periodontitis. 10. Most adverse reaction of oral contraceptives? 1. Hypertension, 2. Thromboembolic disorder (answer) 11. 1993 exam. Composite restoration is wider of than the light tip of curing unit. In this situation how do you cure the restoration? 1. Placing the tip step wise over each area, and exposing each area for the required time (answer). 12. Radiograph of mandibular gland depression. 1. Stafne defect (answer) 13. Which pair of anesthetics is most likely to cause cross allergy? 1. Lidocaine and mepivocaine (answer) 14. Questions about SNA and SNB, what kind of relationship do they tell you? In terms of maxilla/mandibular relation. Look this up on ortho section. 15. which condition describes a combination of steatorrhea, chronic respiratory infection, and functional disturbances and secretory mechanism of various glands? 1. Cystic fibrosis (answer) 16. which is the most likely Indication of splinting? 1. Mobility with pt discomfort (answer) 17. what determines max. dose for anesthetic for a child? 1. Weight (answer) 18. a lot of questions of plupotomy, pulpectomy, and rct? Ready first aid section for this, endo section 19. when you do amalgam on primary tooth, which primary tooth doesn’t resemble any other tooth? 1. Mandibular 1st molar (answer) 20. picture of nicotine stomatis, case question where you identify picture. Medical hx said smoking. 21. Main cause of failure of replanted teeth? 1. External resorption (answer) 22. Which NUG or ANUG, which microorganisms predominate? 1. Spirochetes (answer) 23. What dimension of face reaches the greatest % of its adult size at birth. 1. Height, 2. Width (answer), 3. Depth 24. If you have leukoplakia for biopsy, do you incise or excise for biopsy? 1. Incision (answer) 25. Drug of choice of status epilepticus (seizure that last for long period)? `1. Valium (diazapams) (answer) – look up how much too, 5ml? 26. Oral cytology smears are more appropriate for diagnosis of which of the following? 1. Pseudomembranous candidiasis (answer) ALL (answer) 28. Most convenient method of an 18 months child? 1. 38. why? 1. because they insoluble and sticky (answer) 32. Reverses benzodiazapines (answer) 50. slow progessing. Side effects most often seen in the administration of NO? 1. You get a picture. 53. If you have lesion of maxillary sinus. Lots of Q’s of warfarin. know longtitudinal vs cross-sectional studies. Hydrolysis of water molecules. The closest a dentist should get to their patient is? 1. What is the most common salivary gland tumor? 1. 3. Impression should receive special attention. For Pt comfort (answer) 54. Oral contraceptive that can become ineffective for antibiotics? 1. Pleomorphic adenoma. Best tx is do rct and section crown off (as oppose to ext) (answer). 36. Dextrans. If some can’t pronounce “th”? 1. 2% lodicaine or 1:100. Flumazanil is used for? 1. Statistic Q’s: know nominal 37. Formalin (answer) 29. 2 stand deviations (answer) 39.27. Best tx for bisphosphonate iv patient? 1. 36mg (answer) 41. Calc of anesthetic. Ameloblastoma case Q. how much anesthetic in it? 1. What most common form of standard deviation? 1. What meds do you prescribe for heroin addicts? 51.000. how do you store the specimen before it gets to oral pathologist? 1. and bleeding time and INR. Ext under hyperbaric oxygen. 42. Guideline of antibiotic prophylaxis. because of which of the following anatomical structures might cause soreness if denture is over extended? 1. Masseter (answer) 35. know that it’s very painful and believed to be necrosis of tissue due to poor blood flow. If pt undergoes radiotherapy for cancer. 43. you will know the answer. Life time prophylaxis before dental tx (answer) 47. Candida albicans (answer) 31. Becomes denture teeth are set too labially and superiorly (look this answer up) 48. 2. The answer was confirm by oral surgeon. Radiation induced mutation is the result of? 1. You splint teeth for? 1. An antibiotic for TB. what kind of radiograph do you take? 1. What if someone has joint replacement or high risk procedures? 1. When you do biopsy. 44. 40. Knee-to-knee position (answer) 30. other false choices included dentigirous cyst. Necrotizing Ulcertative Cytolometaoplasia. Coumadin. Case studies. look up (answer) . If you know this. specially for kids. Atraumatic ext. When is someone is taking MOA. 45. Dental plaque is believe to adhere teeth. Tap their shoulder 49. The distofacial periphery of mand. the most common oral infection that necessitates drug tx in this stage is? 1. 600mg of clindomycin. Waters (answer) 33. Most common type of leukemia in children? 1. what drugs can’t give? 52. Nausea (answer) 34. What is AHA recommended antibiotic prophylaxis conditions? 46. ie 2g of amoxicillin. Mandibular 2nd molar infection spreads to what space? Submandibular space. 63. Ortho tx. Which of the benzodiazepine you don’t give to seniors? Long acting one (like diazepam. look up) 75. and the night before he had hard time sleeping. What is the purpose of epi in anesthetic? To prolong it! (other wrong answers were to constrict blood vessels). 77. What causes Trauma in the US? By auto-accidents! (in 3rd world is knife fights) 61. no surgery. COPD has problem exhaling! (look it up) 81. What does multiple OKC tell you? Gorlyn syndrome! 82. hue vs value. pencillin. Most of primary teeth are out by 2. If it remains. what you give? If it has been there for short time. If you both condyle break. which of the following tx would you prescribe? Ambien! (sedative and makes patient sleep). vs chroma? Value. and if unsuccessful. Case question. If person has long standing infection. Pano. 85. Avulsed tooth.look it up!) 66. and it gets avulsed. Which one can human eye see. turns to class 1. he is anxious. 69. Leading cause of implant failure? Poor surgical technique (not sure . extraoral time was less than 60 mins.55. John’s Wart? Depression (look it up) 62. how you close it? You use MTA. Different types of graft? 59. When ortho is end to end? Shifts to mesial. (look it up) 78. Order of extraction? Max before mandibular and posterior before anterior. 58. 76. what you do? Don’t put it back.. 80. what you get? Posterior open bite! (look it up) 83. COPD vs Asthma? Asthma have problem breathing in. 64. . How much an implant could be below the CEJ of adjacent teeth? 2-3mm. what you do? You do one an attempt. Distobuccal extension for denture? Masseter. A kid presents for bilateral enlargement. class 2.5-3 yrs! 71. 79. (some answers were occlusion). If tooth has open apex. 86. what is this (was associate with Trauma)? Fibroma! 87. A patient has appointment next morning. clindamycin for long standing infection. Widening of pdl is early sign of what? Osteosarcoma! 84. 60. Direct capping and Indirect pulp caping Q’s. What do you use St. Tylenol (answer) 56. What was the most common fracture in the face? Zygomcomplex fracture. What is the most effective way of bleaching teeth? In-home vital bleaching. Where do you give maxillary nerve (v2) for all upper teeth? Sphenopalatine foramen. Patient’s didn’t put tongue on the top of their mouth (correct answer) 57. 68. 67. primary tooth. painless. If you have 3mm unifected root into sinus. Most malignant cancer in oral cavity? Epidermoid carcinoma! (look it up) 73. 72. 74. You use surgical stent for immediate dentures for what reason? To know anatomy to make denture easier. what is the Tx? No Tx required! 70. etc (they are implying Cherubism. what is it? Continous. What is a safe pain killer to give a woman who is pregnant? 1. with short upper roots? 1. 65. leave it alone. when you use a light force on pdl. lower amalgam. Levodopa used to treat Parkinson’s disease 5. Amphotericin-B – antifungal agent 12. November 2009 Exam: Pharm: 1. Sulfonylrea – mech of action is stimulation of increase of pancreas insulin production 6. not Chantix (smoke cessation) 90. IF someone has a history of depression. Erythromycin – bacteriostatic – inhibits prot synth 11. Clindamycin – pseduomembranous colitis caused by clostridium difficile . Adrenalin – stimulates alpha 1. patient has severe pain? Galvanic shock. 2 and beta 1. 89. gold on upper tooth. Tetracycline – interferes w protein synth/bacteriostatic 10. Amphetamines – lead to NE release in brain 2. what do you give? Zaipan. Amitrriptyline – most common tricyclic antidepressant. 2 receptors 3. inhibits reuptake of NE and serotonin 8. Heart has beta 1 receptors 4. Mech of action of local anes on nerve axon – decreases sodium uptake through sodium channels of axon 7. Black woman. case Q’: osseous cemental dysplasia. Claritin/loratidine – second generation H1 blocker/antihistamine 9. middle aged.88. NSAIDs – mech of action of suppressing platelets – inactivate prostaglandins/arachadonic acid cascade via cyclooxygenase 13. Renin – formed in kidney – leads to formation of angiotensin I – converted to angiotensin II by ACE – leads to aldosterone release (saves salt) 19. Anticoagulants – antagonize vit. Vasopressin saves water 20. saliva. Belladonna derivatives – anticholinergic 17.14. Know schedule of drugs (I to V) Schedule I is not for medicinal use (LSD). Properties 15. K. Nitrous oxide – in blue cylinder (oxygen in green) 23. Review: . Clopidogrel (Plavix) inhibits platelet aggregation irreversibly 27. INR – value of 1 is normal (12 sec) 22. tears 16. stimulate GI smooth musc. Drug causing moonface (Cushing’s disease) – prednisone 18. stim sweat. V is small potential for addiction (codeine) 25. Know COX1 and COX2 selective inhibitors 28. INR used for Coumadin patients 21. Tylenol – non-narcotic analgesic of choice for pt taking anti-coagulants – no anti-inflamm. Opioid antagonist – naloxone 24. Effects of cholinergic drugs – slow heart.Oral Path: 29. Oral drugs – undergo first pass metabolism in liver 26. constrict pupils. ALL – most common children’s leukemia 36. Hypercementosis 32. Periapical cemental dysplasia – predilection for middle aged black women 43. Fluoride – toxic dose 5-10 mg/kg 40. Median rhomboid glossitis 38. Paget’s Disease – cotton wool appearance of skull 33. OKC – from remnants of dental lamina 42.Operative: . Pleomorphic adenoma – most common benign tumor of salivary glands 46. Peutz-Jeghers syndrome – multiple menanotic macules and gastrointestinal polyposis 44. Actinic chelitis 47. Consecrence 31.30. CML – Philadelphia chromosome (chromosomal translocation) 37. Traumatic bone cyst (simple bone cyst) – nothing inside 45. McCune Albright’s Syndrome – Café au lait spots (coast of Maine) 39. Nevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome – multiple OKCs 41. Difference between incisional and excisional biopsy 48. Fibrous Dysplasia – ground glass appearance 34. Dentinogenesis Imperfecta 35. One fluoride questions b. Spontanouts pain c. Reduction dimension for functional/non-functional cusps in gold and PFM 52.Ortho: 56. Implants a. Few sequence of eruption 63. Diagnosis b.Other: 58. Partials. specificity.49. etc. Know fluoride supplementation chart (check out last card in operative stack) 55.nothing 65. Dolycocephalic – long narrow face 57. How do you know if the implant is succeful? Mobility 64. Completes. What P and Q stand for in a scientific study 59.irreversible pulpitis 61. Which fluoride is not found in toothpaste? Acidulated (???) 53. Pedo very little a. Why do you use irrigation b. Endo!!! a. Least ortho 62. Check proximal contacts first when cast that fits on die cannot be seated on the tooth in the mouth 51.Pedo: 54. pH of ZOE (near 7). Hot and cold. Difference between sensitivity.no classifications . 60. zinc phosphate 50. liver toxicity b.18M. conditioning. Pharma.ginsing. Wat herb effect coagulation? She did not recognize any of them a. I hate being here” i. A lot (10 questions) a.66.due to epi 74. Example. negative reinforcement and adverive conditioning i. OS. Syncope72.reyes fever and adults GI ii.read mosby a.can become an ameloblastoma b. NSAID i. negative punishment ii. What would be your response 81. Case. Pic. Candida.which direction do you luxate the tooth 76. amalgam tattoo 68. Hypoglycemia 73. Hep B vaccinated b. Positive punishment. Green tea. Tylenol vs.heart shaped central 77.decrease b. Nysatatin 79. if employee does not want it need prrof that they didn’t get it 82. Nothing on composition of materials a. Patient comes in and they say “oh I hate the dentist. Nothing on amalgam a.canyou place denture.positive. Dentigerous cyst.can wipe away a. A denture tooth falls of y is that? She put down there was some wax that was not removed 67. implant here? 75. Tylenol. OSHA a. If liver problems give aspirin 70. What do you need to control to keep the area dry 69. Apirin. Know the terms! 80.classical .why is this tooth dark. Oral path a.white sponge nevus 78.. tooth was just extracted c. Heart palpation. Nasopalatine X-ray. Behaverial science. Can it be residual cyst. Radiograph. Increases tannic acid 71. Acute radicular periodontitis 88. Cocaine. Asthma. Penicillin.lisinopril.what are symptoms of it.submandibular a. Sqaumous cell carcoma. What bacteria in the red complex a. Universal percautions 84. Can get salivary glands from submandibular 85.1ppm 91.is an Ace inhibitor . SSRI.increased hear rate and excitability 104. Amphetamines. What the initiator of decay. Wat is the average fluoride in water.clindo 103. Pic treatment sequence 96.GI 100. Max palatal area 95.plaque 94.ray to far horizontally over lapping 98.no 107.what do u place. Patient has penicillin and Rheumatic heart disease. Class V lesion.5ppm for 6 yr old how much supplement 90. Premedication a. No ASA classification 106.83. Lisinopril.when to use cand and loop lingual hlding arch 102. X-ray is this dental age before or after cronilogical age 93. Where can you not do a apical positioning flap a.is a natural drug 105. . Tons of endo 87. Know the gram positive bacteria b. What is a collomiter used for 97. Alginates.patient take albuterol 92.know the mechanisms a.prevent uptake of serotonin 108. Nothing on cemenets 99.how do you increase setting time (not working). In case questions b.is this tooth Mesio angular 89. Pic. Hypertension.add hot water 101. Probing depths. Move x.if allergic. Tricyclic antidepressant.just a pic 86.what would you do a. Salivary tuors.didn’t remember what the question was a. Space maintaners. 109. Coumadin- PT 110. How much space between implant and tooth? Answers were 1.5, 2, 3.5 3, 111. If change from 8mm cone to 16mm how much exposure time do u need to increase by? 188.8.131.52? 112. Patient with alzhiemers how do u treat? As much in the beginning of the disease as possible, as they wanted previously, preventative 113. Herpes lesion intra orally how do u treat? Palliative, acyclovie? 114. Which systemic antifungal would u use? Nysastin, methazole 115. Efficacy, what study would u go? Cohort, longitudinal, multiple short ones 116. Lots of study model questions- as is this a cohort, clinical... 117. Wat is the main problem with class 2 composite- water or constructions of material 118. Which part of composite stains the most- gingival proximal, facial proximal, lingual proximal, or occlusal 119. Angular chelitis- incrase interocclusal space 120. Class 3 is due to what? Max retrusin, mand protrusion 121. Wat does arcon do better than non-arcon- take facebow, CR, reproduce mandibular movements, 122. Notroglycerin, proponol, and something else are all used for- cardiac arythmias, angina 123. Most common cavity area- surface, below interproximal, above interproxima, root 124. Candidasis in cancer patients due to- chemotherapy, radionecrosis 125. Y perform remount- to differentiate between try in and dentures, wrong CR 126. What type of incision for palatal tuberosity reductoin- T, Y 127. If 2cm laceration on lip how do u stich- continous, in middle and work both ways, reconnect orbicularis oris first, reconnect vermillion border first, continous 128. Max does is 300mg of some 2% drug for a patient- how many 2ml can u give- 5,10 129. Percentage to be considered generalized perio 130. Who has most immunosupression- youn, middle aged, men or women (combine them) 131. DMFT- who has the most F- white, blacks, Hispanic, Indians 132. Which is the worst for lateral forces- 4mm, 5mm, 2-4mm splinted, or 2- 5mm splinted implants 133. St johns wort- is for depression 134. Which causes herb causes hypocoagulation- I wrought St. johns wort (I don’t even no what the other drugs were 135. Sulfer for alcoholics 136. Can press on a red lesion and it goes away- hematoma or hema____ 137. Place class 2 Onlay- do to resistance, or retention 138. Difference between gingival trimmer and hatchet 139. Patient is 40 has no cavities small stick wat do u do... PRR, amalgam, composite... 140. How many surface to be considered generalized perio- 10,20, 30, 40, 50% 141. Patient had portid surgery now sweats before he eats only on one side this is due to what? I wrote Freys syndrome (whatever it is the guy needs serious help and should not be in my office!) 142. Patient had SSC removed and now has a mucocele looking lesion on the lower lip what is it? I wrote mucocele, other choices fibroma, SSC 143. When do u have to do a biopsy- I wrote if can’t treat in 10-14days 144. How to distinguish the exact dianosis- lab test, lab diagnosis, clinical , medical hotory 145. Epi for laryngiospasm what does it do? (multiple answers- multiple choice with 3 answers each)- brocho dilater, increase HR, increase blood flow, increase BP 146. Pic with nicotinic stomatitis 147. Pic with half the tongue (left side) that looks like herpes lesion and other nothing on it- I wrote zoster 148. Radiolucency at the end of a tooth that looks like there might be an AOT but the patient is having symptoms (I wrote pericapical cyst) 149. To differenciate with reversible or non reversible- EPT or thermal test 150. To differenciate necrotic and irreversible, reverasable- something like that 151. Blue sclera? Ectodermal dysplasia or OI 152. Ectodermal dysplasia- sparse hair 153. 1.5-2 yrs old kids tooth trauma? Abuse, profile 154. How far back should a mand denture go- to RMP 155. Gagging patient give denture what should u do- I wrote have them stick a spoon down there throught till they get used to it 156. Patient is 4yrs old on lots of AB what is most likely? Candidiasis 157. Reverse architecture- interproximal is lower than on facial and lingual 158. Crater like lesion looks smaller on x-ray 159. IRM is ZOE mixed with what? Titanium, MMA 160. how do u get rid of all the free MMA in a denture- no worries there is no allergies to it, over the 8hrs at 161 it will be gone, increase to 260 for an hour 161. double exposure film 162. patient moves for 1 sec during pano what happens? Nothing 1 sec is ok, whole pano will be distorted, only that section will be distorted 163. x-ray shows naso and maxillary sinus 164. x ray showing what I think was an antral neoplasm 165. ear lob on pano 166. class 3 occlusion do wat surgical procedures- I wrote lefort 1 and BSSO 167. patient has tongue retruded what will the patient have? Soreness in lingual, hard time saying sounds, hard time controlling denture 168. is teeth to far forward and superior wat happens? Hard time saying F and V, th and S.... 169. how to verify VDO- F and V... 170. if tooth is has a bas survey line wat do u do? Restore tooth, adjust to new survey line, not use the tooth in the framework 171. what does the reciprocal brace do? Counteract retentive clasp, stabalize the tooth, indirect retainer 172. if tooth is straightened what happens? It will be supererupted, the anchored teeth will move mesial/distal 173. which one does not have modification? Class 1,2,3 or 4 174. what protects a tooth from drifting/tipping if there is a tooth missing infront of it- occlusion, occlusal forces down the axial, cortical bone 175. pedunculated lesion on palate what is it? Papilloma 176. what will u damage when getting FGG- Nasopalatine, anterior, or greater palatine vasculature 177. 3rd trimester pregnant women hard time breathing hypotension what do u do? Give oxygen, lay her on her left side, call her OBGYN, lift her legs 178. If give Antibiotic and patient slows breathing what do u do immediatly? Remove AB IV, give oxygen? 179. Most commin side effect in office- syncope ... chi. 188... enucleaion. False negative example 187. subluxation. take of enamel of root to make shallow class 2. increased CD 4. Tetracycline.eating.?) .class 2 mobility or deep class 2 furcation.test) 184.not used for premedication 182.furcatoin involvement. incisional.I wrote competitively inhibit H1 receptors 191.. Controlled diabetic patients do not get more perio disease than non- diabetic 196. GH. excisional. crown fracture 205.) 195. Clindo. Which hormone is used to bone graft? BMP. Scaling Is to take of accumulated plaque on enamel and cementum 201. T-test.vertical fracture 203. Keratocyst what biobsy? Masipruzation.test. Patient with HIV has candidiasis. When is the prognosis that there is no hope.. lonliness. Place post to retain core 202. How do H1 act. submental. What test will u do to differentiate men and women in a study (variance tests (ANORVA or something like that). Most common tooth trauma? Avulsion. amount of remaining teeth 197.GBR. Z. deep probings with suparation 198. What not to repair? Vertical fracture 204. Patient has big amalgam.I thought it was an MRI. Depression causes. margins are good but patient is in pain when eats peanutbutter sandwich. 183.prilocaine 186. Which AB does not act on protein synthesis 190.what type of x-ray. 200..could be CT. ( I wrote increase CD4.trauma or perio 206. Increase saliva. Most common to cause mobility. hemisection and restore 199.demititis (repeat question... What do u need to premedicate (1 question) 181. Benzo give flumaznil to reverse 185. Which does not effect recall period.. anorexia and some other choices 192. and something else 194. Image. Dental allergies 3 or for of them. Mentally challenged 6 yr old that is chanelenging by crying and some physical what to do? 193.bec it is HIV related. Dentist can diagnose? Bilemia. Class 2 furcation can treat with all but.pseudomembranous colitis 189..180. patient OH. If loose primary max second molar early what happens? Class 2 or class 3 occlusion? 212.no Acint.prophy cup. medial pterygoid. How does Listerine act? Stops cells from binding.strength. only max shift 211. Implant interface.10 hrs)... What happens to cause class one from edge to edge.saturation 223. What space is mand 2nd molar below buccinators? Submandibular. place staple implants 222. 218.SSC on lip.. some others included 24-36hrs. submenal. What muscle can u impinge on with denture. Something that looked like geographic tongue on lateral tongue but no symptoms what is it? I wrote SSC but it could just be geographic tongue (it looked similar to question 73 on J exam in the clinical question area 225.how does CT and epithelium react? Like normal or not (for each) .... not stainless steel! 226. What is the weakness of Ni files vs regular.1. only mand shift.dextran or lextran? 217.1mm or 2-4mm 214. What is value.. Placing an implant in anterior how much below adjacent CEJ. sublingual... (some other choices.maseteer.. What to use for a viral drug? Don’t remember the answers but there were a couple ending with azole and that not the answer (that’s for fungus) 208. How long does it take to form mature plaque (I wrote 5. and some other choices ( I wrote strength) 227. Atrophic ridge what do u do? Restructure it. 1hr.both mesial shift. something on posterior ridge. this is not the one I chose) 216. 221.207. or Buccal 209.2.. How do cells first attach. 219. place endosteal implants.black and white 224. Least scary. V. flexibility. How to clean implant. 40kg kid how many cartridges can u give of 2% lido 220.3 213. What is chroma. Perio bacteria.. Brush and floss how much can reach in perio pocket (choose one for brush and one for floss (1mm and 2-3mm) 215.. If recession is 2mm and probing is 1mm how much attachment loss? 0. melanosis on palate. or lateral pterygoid 210. plastic.. does this happen do to fusion.coronoid 244. How releated is amalgam wear and margin breakdown. food and insulin. readiotherapy..treat pain. atraumatic extraction. cardio.I think p53.I wrote long follow up 235. Which has chealating agent NaOH or EDTA (2 questions!) 234. leave some decay do indirect and look back in 2 weeks 233. other choices very. Something about otitis media 240. comprenhive oral exam. some other stuff and smoking 243. Day of surgery. When taking impression and patient is open what can interfere with fully seating. Most common cause of perio. What is the most common mutation in oral cancer.when it is spontaneous. What most likely leads to class 2 bite? Mesial step. Exam baby head in ur lap and ur knee to knee with mom 248. How to excavate if think might be close to pulp. or flush 245.228.diabetic what do u tell him.TSD 247. extraction 237. give OJ. no correlation 236.fear is on something anxiety is everythin (harder to treat) 246. What is considered bisphosphonate osteonecrosis. Disadvantage of pulling bone up with tooth. Fearful kid patient. clear liquid and normal insulin 241. Insulin shock. leave some decay and close. give oral sucrose 242. If think might pulp what do u do? Pulp out follwed by enfo. other teeth (these 3 in all different orders. Wheezing in asthma occurs when they breathe in or out? 249.I wrote slightly. or endo with crownectomy and place sealants 238.this is the one I picked. How to treatment plan if patient is in pain. .2 questions on this!!) 231.give insulin. Diabetes 1 causes blindness 239. Patient is on 6 months of bosphophanate therapy what do u do? Hypo dives and extract. Established gingivitis. distal step. clear liquid and ½ insulin.no food no insulin. what do u give?. germination or twining 230. take out first in deepest or periphery first 232. 3 anterior mandibular teeth one tooth has 2 canals.diabetes. Difference between fear and axiety.macrophages or plasma cells? 229.small or large bur.other were ras. When pulling out tooth and jaw fractures what do you do? Open flap to see all of the fracture.. If need to extract teeth after patient had radionecrosis. Consent.... Couple questions on crohns disease and mouth.I think one of the questions mentioned something about ulcerations in the rectum (that’s right we are going to be dentist and checking peoples buttholes out for our differential diagnosis!) 251. Reason for luting on ring.occlusal. I believe u can place implant in patient who has INR less than 2. other choises where no treatment. give pain meds 255. 267.interproximal).to ease release of investment from ring or to have equal amount of expansion/ constriction 265. but pemphigus was also a choice 266. Opoids act on mu receptor . remove all the fractured pieces that are not attached to periosteum 253.I think refer to OS 254. smooth (I think this one. Can tell its ankylosed if submerged (there was an answer different sound but I think that’s wrong) 252. Consent. Pic that looked like herpangia in back of palate.I wrote herpangia.forget the name the one where we do no harm to patient 258.places something covering the tooth or daily fluoride rinses? 261. If patient has their nose always stuffed and they breathe through their mouth what happens? I said anterior open bite.many things can go wrong. Y do we not like giving barbirurates..5 256. Patient is scared bec he has no control what to do. 262. some of the other choices posterior open bite. Reason y we need to CE and know our limitation. root caries 264.. Patients crown does not match the other teeth what do u do? I wrote make new crown 263.what is the best way to prevent caries. Canine abutments under a denture. constriction on arches.qusion stated there are nikoski signs what is it. remove all the fractured pieces. What caries lesion has a V shape pointing to pulp.I said tell him to raise his hand if he needs a break/ you to stop 260.due to autonomy 257. If patient on Coumadin and is an emergency what do you do? I think extract if Coumadin is less than 2.5..250.do not need to discuss the witness signature (I think) 259. . other choices bec it easier to move now.make the embrasure space smaller or larger and move the facial lines to the midlle of the tooth or bring them out 278. What sinus will the tooth be displaced if taking out wisomd? Maxillary or pterygo.I wrote methdiazepam (something like that. Chromium for corrosion resistance 270. 282. Material of choice for cervical decay...did not ask to differentiate between compound and complex 274. increase how long its around due to clearance.more ionic. First thing to do at recall.. After patient comfort do you splint the teeth to decrease motility or patient comfort? 279. Pic of inflamed gingica... stable teeth are harder to access. Bleeding during RCT y. sensitivity or softness of the tooth? . If want to make tooth thinner what do u do. What happens to a drug after conjugation. more active. what is it caused by. 271.called it something with salvary (no staphne defect in the answer) 273.tell family or tell human health services 272.. If tooth has been out of contact and know you place a partial on it and it acts up this Is due to what? I wrote due to pulp response to stress 281. Remineralized teeth are they stronger than regular enamel? 287. Image with odontoma.bec hit the periapical area 283.glass ionomer 285... 275. more hydrophilic.I think update medical history 286.268...match these.Brown stain. pressure on one side and release on the other. cyclosporine 284. When moving with ortho what does not happen? Chemical change in pdl... 280.. 277. DEA schedules there drugs by their toxicity 276. Which drug do you give to anxiety patient before day of appointment bec they can’t sleep due to anxiety..it’s a ultrashort acting barbiturate 269.. Wat does acetametaphine do with codeine? Increase its activity. Image with staphne defect. Y would u move a tooth before doing ortho? I wrote bec more likely to get bone loss after perio surgery. If there is an old women in ur chair and u think there might be abuse what do you have to do?. How do u identify root caries. . I don’t remember what I put down though. to paraphrase a question you do not need to agree with it I’s Friend 1.Omega loop. 9.Edgewise bracket. what is used for? Optimal time to etch dentin and enamel? Anti’s law. Subgingival composite where cementum is exposed.288. 3. When making a bevel on the gingival floor what don’t u use? Hatchet. 4. what is tx before surgery? Atropine 13. Patient salivates a lot.Injure arteritemporal nerve-sweating out of parotid (anterior temporal syndrome) Occlusal guard-distribute occlusal force Which disorder least developmental delay-trecher collins syndrome Eagle syndrome pic -calcified stylo mand ligament . 3 abutments. 2007 Questions: 1.. 5. carbide flared bur. Reversal of cocaine overdose? 12. prognosis good.for intrusion motion 3. Microorganisms of supra and sub-g calculus? 11. 7. 2. what is this? Class 3? Stafne’s defect Zinc in Amalgam. poor. to show empathy you don’t need which of these? An imagination.main bad is push ant teet forward 4. Something about the code of ethics and what it includes.most common primary malignant tumor of young people-osteosarcoma dentist cant wrute class 2 for back pain. What is the best xray for TMJ? What is the tx for horizontal fracture? Recurrent epthous on image? Mylohoid and pterogofissue (tear drop) on pano! Ortho A and B = -4. excellent? Poor? 10. give pilocarpaine! Or cevimeline.I wrote seal 290. empathy.what is better about the direct composite... understanding. 6..apathy. Direct composite vs inlay. 8. or diamond flared bur 292. or some other stuff 293. with 2 pontics. Xerostomic pt. 294.what type should u place? Dual cure or fluoride releaseing composite? 289.it did not include snitching on other dentists that us electronic advertising 291. 2. gingival trimmer. one being lateral. what is the best to communicate with patient. Most common petite mal seizure med-diazapam Nitrous to pedo at 50%-what we do? We stop giving it. Better accesss to facio mesial furcation from facial.lucency w/ no opacity. effective ways to speak (eye contact). paraphrasing.increase penetratability Which more likely to covert to cancerTissue least affected by radiation.paralysis of muscle Reversal for valiumflucalozoline? For delayed onset hypersensitivity-benedryl Cimetidine.good tensile (not compression) Psych Q: modelling (copy older child).Traumatic bone cyst picMost common most pathogenic location verrucus carcinoma-floor mouth Keratoacanthoma (pic)-most like scc goes away 18 weeks What is intal –asthma med Kids w fever.muscle Neural tissue done growing by 6 Zygomatic arch on radiograph GI non benefit.better for max Probing furcation from facial is best.extrinsic and intrinsic.enucleation Pic of nasopalatine canal Nose vs lip line in radiograph Scanning disk tmj.tylenol Nsaid least likely to effect stomach –cylebrex(viox) Function digoxinSemi fixed articulator-take bite reg w/o face bow.breathing disorder Likely reason to having low O2 except. Most common mistreatment of odontogenic infection. no tooth involved Dimensionally stable impression.wrong antibiotics or Not doing I and D Agonistic and antagonistic.additional silicone . Filtration of tube.mri best view Collimater function is all but. Contraindication to nitrous.parazosine (?) in review under morphine analgesia Nasopalatine cyss tx.-failure to take face bow so remount w/ facebow Guided grafts.H2 blocker (for gastric ulcers) Fibrous dysplasia picture. dry out collagen Caries die. effects vit k.hinge axis and below inferior orbit Best occlusion for denture-bilateral balanced What discludes post teeth upon protrusion.chemical wearing of tooth (gerd) Why bevel edge of gold. 1. Autonomy is. extrinsic #30 hyperoccluded.marginal stability Effects burnishability in gold.mechanical binding to tooth Etchant does all except.marks denatured collagen Part of flame to melt metal.mutually protective design 2nd premolar is tooth most likely to be pushed out of arch Perfect impression of masseter for buccal flange you must –to bite against force? Couamadin( 3 Q)-test Pt.letting pt keep control over their fate Orthodontic movement.cost and fixability? Home bleaching-10 % carbamide peroxide Flouride in acidualted flouride.getting past foramen to treat bone D1 to D2 in endo.1.amt of enamal on teeth 4 mm superruption tx.full cover crown Change VDO w/ natural dentition.23 % Usual waster flouridation.glass ionomer Erosion. deviated – incline most effected is max/mand balancing cusp? Sealants.0 ppm Class 5 restorations on caries pt.must take face bow What is horizontal line reference. Most common malocclusion.away from DEJ (surface of tooth) .Alginate impresssion shrinks due to .provide chemical bond Bleach used to dissolve organic tissue Purpose of bleach except.tipping teeth? (treats overjet) Best time to fix lingaual inclined incisors.widened pdl due to decalcification? Labial bow.when canines erupt.syneresis.yield Example pear shape bur.1mm Etch dissolves smear (does not).class 2 div 1 Class 2 amalgam vs class 2 gold inlay except Reason of reduction of tooth for MOD inlay except.56 or 699? Flouride accumulated most.reducing zone Main dif porcelaine veneer and composite. injury to anterior teeth Studty when 2 dif pops and comparing effect.what would you do? Leave out? Most common space maintainer.start initial color of restoration? Pt comes in with horizontzal class 3 fracture for 1 month (periapical lucency and root apex open).crepetis Containdation use corticosteroid-diabetes IAN to parotid gland.gram neg anaerobic Bac lysosomal enzymes-perfomonas? Bac need to cause decayWhy cavities exist.Dry socket (except Q).need for oral antibiotics Rubber dam.liver toxicity Check on pt first.mandible deviates opposite Can tx all with appliances except. What does band and loop not have.cross sectional Property hardest to regain.6 months to year All cause by disorder except.occlusal stop for tooth above? Enlarged ANB angle – class 2 Dislocation of condyle. 3yrs later sensitivity.Meperidol? Finger sucking end habit.neuro lesions and movement dz Pts with Cerebral palsy have.bottle caries Cerebral palsy. Least important to tx pt.epi and bup Lidocaine-not broken in plasma Topical anesthetic.cement wash out? Hyperventialtion syndrome most common effect-pass out Acetominophen overdose. and bac present What age strep mutans colonize mout.weight Bupivicaine calc in 3 cartidges.host.band and loop.value Opaque dentin used all except.caoh (apex closure inititation) Use for sedation of children.systemic disorders Free gingival graft gets blood from base first.lidocaine . sugar.not put on b4 taking shade Bacteria for implant failure.injection too posterior Which root most likely knocked to max sinusPt w/ onlay.Or 4 to 6 When to fix cross bite-ASAP For child w avulsed 4 yr old mand incisor. ulcer in mouth.diagnosed by cytological smear Condyloma acumulatum.most related to fibroma Pt has macules on face and oral cavity Z(nothing else).excision of sialolith alone/close it up Cause of radio opacity of infected tooth. Leukoplakia all over.azt with herpes zoster Whats not achieved in class 2 box area. temporalis tendon do.retentive form Edentulous. pterygomandibular raphe.pseudo stratified squamous Pregnant women more gingivitis why. No symptoms Primary herpatic gingivostomatitis.pleomorphic adenoma Cleidocranial dysplasia.lupus Thrombolytics.masseter muscle.hormones Sialolith in wartons duct tx.child 2 yrs . Reason for parilis.alveolar ridge height decreases and alveolar width_______decrease? Epulis fissuratum.incise multiple areas w incisional.caused by HPV (venereal warts) Which skin condition has endocaditis and glom.toothpaste flavor(cinnamon) .host cant fight off Allergic gingivitis caused most by.floating teeth in air. White film w/ pos nikolsky-pemphigus tx w incisional biopsy Antivirals(wrong match).no tx Nasal cyst in max siunusMost common cancer salivary glad.Muscle does not form retromolar pad.type 8 hpv Cemental dysplasia-ant incisors of mandible Flourid osseous dysplasia tx.condensing osteitis Langerhans x.Puetz Jager Karposis sarcoma caused by. fever.fever.stroke Primary herpatic gingivostomatitis.over retained primary teeth Candiasis.incomplete root canal (redue root canal) Gardners and putz jeugers in common-polyps Reason pts get aggressive perio. not ant to eat Ranula picture Fibroma picture Pyogenic granuloma Lining of nasolabial cyst. retromylohyoid muscle. At what age does florousis of teeth anterior perminant teeth occur?. Pt on 3mo tx of steroids needs what?.4-6mo (others 0-4mo. Why cool the slab for zinc phos cement?. HCTZ work mainly on-Na+ resorption . Pts on insulin will need an insulin boost for all except what? Sedation.Propanolol.sodium content Not cause perio dz.MEN.area that gets topical asprin Rhomboid tongue thought to be. all others follow sick day rule of insulin.buccal extension to mandibular nerve ----------------------1. HCTZ.vit c deficiency SLOB rule Asprin burn (coagulative necrosis).amantadine (Symmetrel) 7. others were CCB.adrenal over production Pic of kid with bleeding gums problem healing. Pt who took too much insulin will have all except.pantazocin 8. 12. and Digoxin 14. Aspirin works on which pathway for pain?.Hyperglycemia 15.no tx and consult gp for dose rase 13. 2years and 6 years) 5. All these drugs alter ionic movement except.hyper parathyrodism Endentulous pt painful nodule between laterals and molars. How do you tx Infuenza A?.leukemia What goes away from mouth by itself.eccymosis Keratoacanthoma.eating through cortical plate Cause giant cell granuloma. Composite w/ and w/o filler) 3. Irradiation cause saliva to have lower. Why is it hard to place the gingival floor on 1 O max molars for a box of a CLASS II prep is-Cervical constriction.incorporate more powder 6. Which AB would the 1997 premed ok for a pt Allergic to penicillin? Clarythromicin was only listed non-Pen. Material to use for best interprox contact of a CLASS II is Admix Amalgam (others Spherical amalg. You are using a rotary to make post space for a post and core and after GP removal while drying the tooth you have blood on the paper points. 4.gone 16 weeks..Thrombox A2 10.Cyclo-ox pathway 9. Why? – Lateral strip perfiration 2.a type of candidiasis Most likely route metastatic cancer in jaw. 11. An opiate type MAA with both agonist and antagonist properties is. 1year. Aspirin works how to inhibit bleeding?. 34. 35. 21. What do you want to do first when taking an impression of the implant and abutment splinting the 3 implants with a bar?. Where do you attach a non-ridgid retainder from a FPD? Don’t know and don’t remember choices. What is the primary func of rest seats? To resist vertical tissue force Whats the purpouse of an indirect retainer?-to prevent distal extention from lifting up 29. 18. How do tricyclics work?.Don’t save space and the 2nd molar will drift into the space. insert imp coaping with acrylic. 17. Which Kennedy Classif can’t have modifications?. they were medial and distal of and to somethings. without sign of inflam or edema.mobility 23. 28. but a fever of 102oF.16. If a 3rd trimester pt all of a sudden feels a drop in BP what do you do?. What parameter study lets you have a risk quotient?.IV 31.Have pt lay on left side.The resorp of the ant ramus. What causes Clefts?. For a stress breaker on a FPD to be effective it must be.by not allowinf reuptake of neurotransm. What allows for or gives problems to eruction of perm 2 nd molars?. . Pt goes home from elective orthognathic sx and in 24hrs. What is capitation? Cap off how much the dentist gets reimbursed per procedure. When the 1st permanent molar is lost but before the second started erupting and before the loss of the primary 2 nd molars whats the right course of tx. 24. 36.Cohort 20. 33.Multiple factors is the answer. 19. #1 dental antibiotic for an infection within 24hrs is Pen VK 1gm booster and 500mg q6h 27. In a mesialy tilted mand molar where is the biggest undercut? Distoling. First step in religning a distal extention denture you must first.don’t know and don’t remember but something mesial of the distal abut and so on and so forth. Does a pt need premeds for Murmur with regurge-yes 26. distofacial. Purpouse of the trendelberg position is to. 32. mesiofacial.maint circulation so that the most vital organs are never hypoxic.Make sure the abut is attached right when the pt comes in others were check fit of custom tray. incert impression coaping. What is the sign of implant falure?.Atelectasia 22. The diff in dental stone IV and II is that stone II-expands more 25. mesioling.try in the framework 30. and the not is to support the ala of the nose. Others Massater. mutans?. 3-6 months. 46.interprox 50. why?. 49. hemangioma. 47. hemorrhage (correct answer is unusual bleeding) 59.I put fragile capillaries. sup constrictor. salivarius 52. felp speech. . Whats the best way to tx a moderately anxious 7 year old?-sedation. Where is the MOD inlay hitting when it contacts early?. Most commonly used surgery for mand augmentation?. or to treat another person like a child.04 42. 43.37. osteosarcoma. After 2 weeks of chlorohexedine for how long do you remove the pathology of S.to slow its removal from the site. What is the primary reason for putting epi in LA?. What should be the hygenists thought when treating a geri pt.Improperly done endo. What are the reasons for closing a cleft lip except?. Most likely post sx result on a hemopheliac pt is?. Pt comes in for a RCT on a non-vital tooth with 1mm apical lucency.Myofacial pain syndrome. Where do you inject if infiltration in the area will not be able to avoid the infection?.Support the premax on a unilat cleft.bilateral sagital osteotomy 44. s. 58. 54. retx.propanalol 38. Whats not useful for removing plaque?-water pick 51. Others.?.Block 41. 6-12mo 48. An OD on LA will be fatal by. How much epi for a cardio pt? 0. Others another canal. Whats his disorder?. 40. Morphene causes all but what? Pinpoint puples 39. Radiograph of internal resorp.Antibacterial action vs. 56. What is the CTI?.resp. What is paternalism? to act like a father. others were restraints and stupid others that were wrong. 53. What is the purpouse of the voice control technique? Sets boundaries 57. How do you hold an infant? That whole knee-to-knee thing.1-2months.lat pterigoids cause they go around ham notch is my thinking. Man comes in after years of tmjd with reduction and is now only able to open 25mm and that’s it with muscle pain.perio incidence index 45. Whats is not the function of saliva?. What muscle is allowed to be covered with a denture?. depression. temporalis. 55. carcinoma. What slows metab of lidocaine?. 5mo later comes back with 5mm lucency.There quality of life after process. Whats not found on the OSHA poster?. whats the likely disorder?. 77. find undercuts. When tx planning an RPD for a pt whats the first thing you do?. What do you not do at the perio maintenance apt. Child has clubbed fingers. find abutments. How do you test an autoclave best?.. What does floride do? Floroapitate that’s acid resistance. treat all restorations. 62.Mount casts. others used variations of that.showing kids other good kids 61. What kind of bone loss in aggressive perio? Vertical. 65. 1 71. surgical retreval 68. mesial distal. A narrow 1mm band of attached gingival around a tooth that has no resession. extract hopeless and perio teeth. Whats Kelley’s Syndrome? Flabby max anterior arch due to lower ant mand teeth still retained. What are the hep b vaccine rules by OSHA?. In a primary tooth apical infection the first radigrapoh sign is where?. Others. What do you do for an 8 year old with a fibrous frenum and a large diastema? I put wait till all ant teeth are in and then fix diast and frenum. take an xray.8. 78. When tx planning an RPD for a pt what is the first attachment placed on the serveyor?. others 6. 69. What is modeling?.60.treat the initial pain and discomfort of the pt.wide but still not very accessible to dental tools. pick at it with root pick.yeah 70. interprox. Others. 11. see how you can make a preventitive plan. 63.Biological microbe test 64. 67.?. others.analyzing rod 66. 14 72.No tx 75.How many days each employee is allowed to work with that chemicals. What Class Occlusion gets most ant tooth fx?. Most likely shape of furcation is?. First step in tx planning is?. what is that tx for this condition?. Infection on the mand buccal side of premolars is most likely to go where? Submand space. 80.Cyanotic heart condition 79. Others. horizontal. (wait until canines come in?) 74.all must always be offered and able to get the shit…. Lots of tooth fx questions with a bitestick test being positive and no xray evidence .Class II Div. After fx a mesial root tip on a molar extraction whats the first thing you do?- get hemostasis and visualive the root. At what age should all speech disorders be fixed?.S&P pockets of 1-3mm 76.in the furcation. 73. Diabetics are more prone to perio and are less resistant to the effects of bact. redo teeth and retry!! 85. What do we tx this symptomless crack with?. adjacent tooth decalcify. Where to the condyles go in CR?-Superio-anterio-laterally 84. Most of the dental payments are by?.observe 90. xray. 98.dylantin-30% of all drug induced.flap apico on pt. Premed all conjenital heart defects.0mg 95. 99. Sometimes can’t tell radiographically that there are classV carries due to the- shadow of the cervical constriction and the lucent line it causes.81. Whats not the reason for rising dental costs?. 103.?. Whats not a method of biotransformation? Covalent bonding.hypotention 104. 100. contralateral tooth thingy 102.Remount. Carries most often located where on interprox?. Whats true about abuse cases? You’ll see at least 2 a year 93. Most likely dx indicator of pit and fissure carries is what?.explorer catch. 96. Digoxin strengthens contractions 97. When pt is on amunosupessents for transplanted liver. . what happends in the mouth?. hydration. Why not use broad-spec or overuse antibiots?. What drug does not cause myosis of the eyes?. Whats contraindicated for pt post mand radio tx. Weakest part of the gold mod inlay is its??.friendship 86. 94. If two cavities were thought to be two separate fillings but upon exam it was a crack through the isthmus. oxidation. 88. A successful fractice is built on.cement layer 89.both statements are true.cash for service-67% 83. Floridation supplement for a 5 year old drinking .Just below contact 101. Whats the #1 cause of med induced ging hyperplasia?. Others.75ppm h2o?. 105. 92. others. Hypofunction of adrenal cortical system will cause what?.stomach upset.CT overgrowth and hyperplasia. #1 side-effect of erythromycin is?.the number of dental students in dental schools.bacterial mutations 87. If teeth on the wax tryin don’t occlude like they did on the articulator what do you do?. this was a perio test question.Scrape the tooth with a curret.atropine 82. Whats the worst thing you can do to a tooth you plan to re-implant right before you do so?. After 2 days plaque consists of? Gram –and+ cocci and rods 91. 100% oxygen works.Class III occlusion. In gardners Syndrome there may be cancerous transform of what?. 107. 108. what can it not do?. 115. what do you do? Tell em it might be a concussion.Surfaces 119. Child hit head in bike crash and feels nauseous and dizzy. that thinks youre talking about him when youre not is suffering from what? Delusional disorder. to watch kid for 24 hrs after they immediately go see a physician.increase dopamine in the CNS 112. 120. Anticoagulants act antagonize Vitamin K to work. Syncpe? Inhale ammonia. In the DFMS system whats the S stand for?. interferes with hepatic oxidation) or Naltrexone for alcohol dependence. 2. oxycodeine. 6. prolong bleeding. Retruded tongue habbit with full denture means what?. 4. Most to least implant reseptive was: ant man ant max post man post max 110. DEA number required for prescribing opioids/narcotics.difficulty swallowing 124.gram – anaerobics http://forums. With clefts you’re prone toward. What bacteria is responsible for implant falure?. except hyperventilation syndrome. 123.Track how teeth were lost. SLOB X-Ray 113. Whats the D__ the one that’s only three letter system of tooth carries tracking. Most common result of an avultion is necrotic pulp 114.php?t=190136 Random Stuff from DECKS: 1. Levdopa is used in oarkinsons in order to do what?. etc . AZT is not used to tx herpes-zoster.polyps in intestine. Pt. Stress causes immune weakness which leads to disease and bruxism 118.net/showthread. the greater the anticoagulant effect.amnesia and little memory of the event. Best place for implant is ant mand 111. 109. Dyspesia: unable to digest 3.Cephalosporin has a broader spec then Penecillins 122. So long and dull is irreversible and so forth. irritates es trigeminal nerve sensory. 121. 117. Benzos are great for dentistry due to an action of. 5. Alcohol abuse med: Disulfiram (antioxidant. All are true except. The higher the INR. A bunch of reversible and irreversible pulpitis guestions with a cold test and duration.106. 116.studentdoctor. Set short term attainable goals for pts. like codeine. 7.. Major disadvantage of opioids is respiratory depression.denstist who work with HEMA( composite) can have what kinda complication contact dermatitis .5 was the choice 14----pupose of insical guidance : mount casts. as well opportunistic infect. 9.to 3. Articaine (septocaine) has an ester group. unlike other amides it is metabolized in blood stream.begin prep 15---.how do you distinguish acute apical absess and periodontal absess: Pulp test 10----. 8. Day 1: 1----Action of Cardiac glycosides Answer : binds and inhibits Na+/K+ ATPase 2----What is the antidote for Percodone ( oxycoden) Answer: all opiate antidote is nalaxons Answer was Nalaxons 3---.how long for the root take to complete: 2. 5-----x-ray of odontoma ( anterior lots of little tooth in the x-ray around the canine) 6------most ridid material Polyether 7----most stable impression material: additional silicon ( same as PVS ) they just used another name 8----perforation caused during endo tx of max f MOLAR: mesial cancavity 9----. Tetracycline is usually not used because they cause yeast infections.orthodontic tx will provide: restorative and periodontal mantanance 13---.which of the following anesthetic can be used as topical: Lidocaine 12---.5..most complication of sagital osteotomy: I think nerological problems 4----if someone can’t take ibuprofen what can you give? Asprin Demoral Pentazocine .adjust condylar guidance .. what would be your response: 27---.removable appliances cuasues : .16----why should a dentis figure out the outline for first: for the easy access 17--.which sement is the easiest to remover after procedure: Zinc Phosphate 22— when the bud stage occurs in utro: 23--.the most radiopaque in composite is: Barrium ( it is a metal) 28--.the main component of any root sealers is: Zinc oxide 29—when you used ZOE in a primary what kind to u us e: ZOE with catalyst ZOE with no catyst 30--.Glucocorticoides are contraindicated in : Diabetes 24 – related to q # 23.lingering pain for several minutes: irreversible pulpitis 19--. clucocorticoids side effect is all of the following EXEPT: Infection Reduced inflammation answer Hypoglycemia *** answer is this because Glucocorticoid cuases Hyperglycemia 25.when the heat apply to tooth.Radiation of 4(Gy) to the skin will cause: Erythema 26.pulpal pain that only occure at night with no stimulation: puplpal necrosis 18--.if the patient tell you why you fees are so hight.complete set of dental stone will occur 24 hrs after final setting 21----..which of the following is the endocrine involvement that is related to jaw deformity: Acromegaly Paget’s disease Cherubisim Albrite’s I think the answer is paget’s but I am not sure 20---. gingivactomy is contraindicated with: mininmum attached gingiva 42-.depth of the cavity prep on primary teeth should be : 32--. pt with no other systemic disease develop high fever… 43---.Glossoptosis – micrognathia .spherical…etc.tipping movement 31--.. 34—OSHA rule on hepatitis B vaccination 35—Tissue that grows the fastest in the first year neuronal 37—what speed and torque for implant is used: --..which one of the following drug is chelated with C++ tetracycline 42.surgon extraction a mandibular molar and all of a sudden mesial root break: what instrument u use: crayer forcep crane forcep 41-..slow speed (238 oral surgery book) 38.Freezed dried cadaver bone is a type of: allograft 33—large condenser with lateral condensation is used in: admix..in an appointment for the impression of implant what do you do firsit: put the coping first check the tray first to see if it fits put the coping with acrylic resin another choice I don’t remember and I don’t know the answer 39 – keeping the Kvp and msA the same and changing from the D film to E film.Ameloblastoma histology : .answer High Torque . to keep the same intensity one should do : increase KVp and msA Decreae both Increase kpv and decrease msA Increase msA and decrease Kvp 40---.after orthodontic tx.cleft palate Pierre – Robin syndrome 44--. Fluoxetine ( prozac ) Mechanism of action: Serotonine selective 55 – know the mechanism of action of TCA .45—xerostomia depelope in what complication: increase salivary N+ some syndrome etc.. 46 – there was a picture of Fibroma but the term fibroma was not used instead they used another name: Focal Fibrous Hyperplasia 47.surface 51—except question: all of the following are associated with metastisis to the jaw expect: parestesia of the lip irregular radiolucency to more choice that I don’t recall 52—after placing a crown with composite resin. is treated with coumodin what test you have to do 50 – in DMFS “ s” stand for ----------. after six month arouth the porceline gingiva there is a discoloroation ( brown color) what is the cause: Microcrack of porcilane Amin discoloroation of resin 53—Propantheline bromide is: anti-cholinergic ( they used another name ) 54-.if a pt.There was an x-ray that showed anterior teeth with buch of smaller teeth in the lingual site and one of the anterior teeth with missing: Here were the choices: it looked like crown of the impacted teeth were tuching the erupted teeth root’s: Since there was one less anterior tooth I put : fusion for the answer Fusion Germination Concrescence 48 – if a child is treated with methamphetaimine what disorder the child has: Attention deficit disorder 49. you can see denuded root.INR. what is the treatment? 67 – cleft lip and palate --6-9 weeks in utero 68 – with cleft lip and palate what occlusion is mostly seen--class III malocclusion 69.. the can read the lips 65—chroma is the intensity of color 66 – rad sor..when a dentist tell the pt what to do: paternalism 63—which of the following has the greatest tendancy for malignancy: keratic acanthoma 64: actinic cheilitis --.11..extrinsic factor – PTT – intrinsic factor 8.12 INR deals with PT Factor VIII is hemophila A Bleeding time has to do with palatal count 64 – deaf pt. blow it gingiva lift.answer – it decreases the reuptake of Norepinephrine 56 – The causes of Verrcus xanthoma Human papilloma virus 57—drug of choice for pulpal involvement Pen V 58 –mechanism of action of pen is closely related to keflx ( cephalaxin ) 59.9.lead to SCC 65—make sure u understand PTT . what would you do for pt. before any tx have pt continue and increase the dose 60—Hepatitis D through B 61 – example of potassium sparing drug: spirolacton 62.if a pt.bleading time PT --. PT.most of the x-ray is converted to : heat . has been using 10 mg of corticosteroid for 10 years. 70. geniogloassus 82—stupid wheel chair question: 83—when pt.which one of the following cement is the easiest to clean: resin cement Glass Ionomers Polycarboxylic Zin Phosphate -.none vital bleaching is with carbamide and 35 % hydrogen proxide 72 – thee usual metabolic path of ingested fluride primarly involves urinary excretion with remaining portion in: skeletal tissue 73—which one of the things can be seen with TMP pt in elders: depression 75— a football player has: crepetis. closes.75ppm floride in their water req. sup constrictor. stiffness of muscle.group of muscle that influence the lingual border of final impression for an edentoulus pt: answer: palatoglossus. and difficulty opening : I put arthritis and TMJ I am not sure 75 – most lab complain : the tooth is not reduced enough 76 – the anterior maxillary incisors can given a younger appearance if: rounding the incisal point agle 77 – best treatment of localized aggressive periodontitis: 78. mylohyoid.4. there is only 1 mm b/w retromolar pad and tubercity: you should refer the pt.I put this choice I am not sure 71.5 years old child with . how much floride supplement: 0 mg 79 – pt taking dicumoral is probably treated for: coronary infarct 80 – which of the following physical signs indicates severe CNS oxygen deprivation Dilated pupil with an absence of light reflex 81. for tuberocity reduction all other choice were very wrong . The pulpal floor is perforated during access preparation. which of the following major connector is appropriate for this pt: answer: a lingual plate with interruptions In the palate at the diastama 85 – the porpus of the rest seat is: 86--.post anesthetic lip biting 89 – to prove it clinical effectiveness an antimicrobial agent must demonstrate that it: help to reduce the disease 90 .most common carried among 5-17 years old occlusal? Proximal Facial Lingual Root? I don’t know.child has a sor ulceration in a lower lip. but a radiopacity of bone peripheral to this radiolucency. I put occlusal .pt presents with a restricted floor of the mouth. A radiograph reveals not only a radiolucency around the 1st molar roots. 92 .later pharyngeal – retropharyngeal – prevertebral92Patients with natural dentitions generate the greatest amount of occlusal force during PARAFUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT. The best course of action is to CONTINUE RCT. There is no history of obvious trauma. the ulceration appeared several hrs after the pt. only 6 mandiblar anterior teeth and diastama b/w several teeth. Which of the following represent the most: answer: --.after surveying and designing which is the first step to do: reduction the axial for proximal plate 87—which one of the following best describe adjunctive orthodontic tx: answer: orthodontic tx to enhance restoratitive and perio rehabilation 88. REPAIR THE PERFORATION AT A SUBSEQUENT APPOINTMENT ONLY IF ASSOCIATED PATHOSIS DEVELOPS.A 22-year old male patient complains of dull pain in the posterior left mandibular region.84 -. 91 – route of infection to midiatiam: submandibular --. received dental tx. The best explanation of his condition is A REACTION TO AN APICAL INFLAMMATORY DISEASE 93. 94 --Pulpal anatomy dictates a triangular-access cavity preparation in the MAXILLARY CENTRAL INCISOR 95 . Denture which muscle is released: caninus .maxillary 1st molar access opening: 100—in finding the orofic of the canal you can do all of the following EXCEPT: using a high hand piece with diamond bur 101: with the mandible is fracture with muscle move it jaw forward and medial Medial pterygoid Lateral Pterygoid Masseter Anterior belly of digastric 102. which part of the article you look: Introduction Method Body Result Summary Answer: I DON”T KNOW 97 – a dentist in his clinic notice new diseases this is : incidence 97 __ for the second division of trigeminal nerve block where ( which foramen ) the needle should penetrate: Nasoplatine foramen Rotoandom Greater palatine Note: pterigopalatine and sphenopalatine was not the choice 98 – uncouncous diabetic is treated with: 50 % dexterose in water 99 --.in releaving a buckle frenum for a mand.Patients with natural dentitions generate the greatest amount of occlusal force during PARAFUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT 96—if there is an article and if you want to underatand the definition of Dependent and independent. orbiqularis oris masseter several other muscle: 103) which of the following cells appear to be defective in Localized aggressive periodontitis: neutrophile 104) Know oligodontia and hypodontia are signs of what syndrome? 105 ) multiple osteoma seen in ? Gardener syndrome 105) there was an x-ray asking to distinguish the radiolucency: Tramatic bone cyst Aneurismal bone cyst Stefen’s Static bone cyst 106) 4 years old avuled max centeral: extract the other central to make it bilateral RCT Leave out 107 ) Which one of the following is not part of redistribution oxidation hydration gluconitiaon Covalant bond * 108) the best treatment of a diastma b/w the anterior 8 and 9 is: proximal composite Veneer Full crown no ortho and surgery was suggested 109) another question about diastema when you close it: answer: wait until the perm canine are erupted 110) most likely lesion after child in dentist office is: lip bitting ( anesthesia) 111) all of the following cuase damage to soft tissue except topical use of floride 112) sealant : micromechanical retention . he mention is gets tired fast: multiple pyogenic tumor Leukima – I chose this as my answer Peripheral giant cell granula 119) pt put aspirin on the tooth.no he has sever pain with no apparent cause: Vertical root fracture 115: one hr after placing the crown pt has a soothing pain when teeth comes to gether what is the cause hyperocclusion galvanisim pulp 116) the amont of the x-ray exposure that a fetus get in a single x-ray is: double the normal amount outside half less than 1 day that a person get it in a day from outside exposure 117) all of the following are the x-ray to access the bone in implant of 6 anterior teeth except: topography Pan CT Periapical – I put this as an answer but I am not sure 118 ) patient come to your office and with multiple lesion around the gingival....113) most composite resin by. Hypoxia 126) interrupted suture is used for: decrease infection stable tissue I put stabilize tissue better decrease bleeding . white stuff: tissue necrosis 120) lots of question about Localized aggressive perio: how you treat them do you use systemic antibiotic what antibiotic you use tetracycline has an effect on mod ( inhibit host collagenase) etc. 125) most complication of IV and general anesth. mechanical retention 114) pt had a post and core 6 months ago. but because of interferences in the moth can’t take it.outliers control mean median mode standard deviation 126 – you try to take the impression patient keep gaging: Bad tech Personal trait Two other choices I forgot 127 – chance in color of enamel only on the surface can be fixed by: restoration put crown enamoplasy - answer 128) what is DNA prob analysis From the Computer exam 2006 (Choices are listed.127) when you suturing always suture from: loose to firm tissue 128) dentist try to take an x-ray PA of mandible. Not all the choices were remembered. what kind of extra-oral x-ray can be taken? Oblique mandible Water view B.dental secrets is good 129 -Rapport with dentist questions Eye contact… etc 130 Endo traumaWhen to do Pulpotomy with CaOH When to do a pulpotomy with formocresol When to do pulpectomy . it says “ANS”) 30% Rocks from 1991/93/98/ 2001/02/03/04 Prosth/ restorative was not too difficult.p 125. If it is an answer thought to be correct. Oral Path: 5-10 pictures Lateral cyst located where? Cleidocranial Dysostosis? Ectodermal Dysplasia? Cerebral Palsy? 132 .(Very similar to rock questions) 131 .three calculations on how much Local Anesthesia (mg in 5ml of 2% lidocaine) (20 kg or 44 lb child. Prevalence 151 What is the impression material that causes syneresis and imbibition? (Alginate is not a choice?) 152 Ans: Metallic Oxide?????? What is related to Osteogenesis Imperfecta? Ans: Dentinogenesis Imperfecta 153 Most common mental disorder in the public? Ans: Anxiety or Depression? 154 Most common mental disorder in the elderly? Ans: Depression??? 155 Of the following. what is a Schedule II drug? Hydrocodon Oxycodon Vicodan 156 What causes the most damage to an opposing restoration? Overdenture .Which artery are you scintillating when checking sphygmomometer? (Asking about where you check the BP) Ans: Brachial Artery 149 -at is the longitudinal study? 150 . what is the maximum local anesthetic to give?) 133.cidence vs. 8 mm wide nasopalatine cyst? 149.Restorability 162 Which of the following not associated with periodontal disease in the primary dentition? Down’s Syndrome Steven’s Johnson Syndrome Cycloneutropenia 163 Treatment plan for 0. What to do? Remove duct Remove the submandibular gland… etc 150 . comprehensive exam.What syndrome if one side of the face swells after dinner? Ans: Sialolith 151. Which of the following DOES NOT happen in Local Anesthesia Overdose? 152. what follows the statement “do no harm” 159 What is the order of treating a tooth needing restorative? -pain. H1 Antagonists will do what? (one choice was increase in gastric something) .Large Sialolith infected in the Wharton’s duct. choose the best one) 160 What is the purpose for oil in the house foundation??? (radiology) 161 Contraindication for endo therapy: Ans. restore the tooth (these were placed in different order.Complete Denture Tooth-support RPD Tooth-tissue RPD 157 Which is the worst prognosis for periodontal defect? Mx 1st Molar Mnd 1st Molar 158 Know justice/ beneficience/ autonomy Question states. . Lithium is used for what? Antipsychotic Schizophrenia 156. What has the least root surface area in mm squared? Mx Lateral Mx Central Mnd 1st PM Mx 3M with fused root 164. Which of the following has the BEST survival rate? *Squamous cell carcinoma Adenocarcinoma Osteosarcoma 159. Air/ Water Syringe after endo. what happens from debris into sulcus? Hematoma???? 161. Which disease can be Diagnosed with immunofluorescence? Pemphigus 162. Treatment of Recurrent Herpes 158.Onion Peel look on the radiograph is characteristic of what? 160 . All the following have mechanism of action that deals with intramembranous permeability through cell membrane except what? . What do you with Petit Mal? Phenytoin Diazepam Protect patient from self harm 155. Internal Bleaching can cause what? 163.153.Best way to build rapport with the patient? Persistent eye contact Active listening 157. . What is the space maintainer of choice? Lingual Arch??? 168.5mm also given) 171. Know that Value is the most important. Know about CPR. Which is the most soluble? Hydroxyapatite Carbonic Apatite Fluoroapatite 166. Patient complains of PFM on #8 and has the PFM for 5 years. What is the treatment of choice? Teeth whitening Veneer over PFM Replace PFM 173. Upright a Mnd 1st Molar with lingual and omega loop? What happens? Tilting of ant tooth Over tilting… etc 169. Which is the most susceptible to caries? Mnd 1st Molar Mnd 2nd Molar Mx 1st Molar 167.Ans: Propanolol???? 165. and not the basic steps What is the biggest problem that causes no air into lungs? Airway obstruction Did not pinch the nose Know adverse effects and problems when doing CPR Why do you get gastric distension when doing CPR? 170. Both primary and secondary molars exfoliate. Optimal Incisal Reduction of PFM? Ans: 2mm (1. Restoration is a lot lighter than the other teeth. 174. Chroma is the saturation of the Hue 175. Guided tissue regeneration best used with Osseointegrated bone graft. When dealing with furcation. What caused it? Hypercalcification during the first 6-12 months Hypercalcification during natal Hypercalcification during the primary tooth 178. Purpose of the EPT? Pulpal response . where would you most likely perforate? Mesial Distal 176. Which of the following is least likely to cause progressive perio problems? Soft tissue injury Ill. What is the use of Mitronidazole? Ans: Antibiotic and Antifungal 179. Which is the least likely to cause bacterial endocarditis? Extraction Scaling and Root Planing Probing Adult Prophy Root Canal Therapy 182. Prognosis of tooth with GTR is better in Mx molar than with Mnd molar.fitting margins Rough margins Within Biologic width 180. True or False of each statement 181. Which fluoride causes the most staining? (all the fluorides we use were listed) 177. Small white lesion on the tooth the patient’s whole life. Pulpectomy and filling a Mnd Molar. Most common complaint of Sagittal split? 190. What is the Point A in Cephalometrics? Ans: Most inferior structure in between _____________________ 189. How come Maxillary infection is dangerous? Ans: Drainage straight to the brain without valves (Cavernous Sinus) 188. Definitions of: Abfraction Attrition Erosion 186. Effect of Norepi? How does it increase Blood Pressure? Heart rate Contractility Peripheral Resistance .No pulpal response 183. What does the Weight and height stand for in recordings? Ordinal Nominal 192. Class V and something about Modulus of elasticity 185. how do you sterilize it? (ethylene oxide) 193. What does “S” stand for in DMFS? Ans: Surface 191. Plastic instrument. Which tooth do you test with EPT other than itself? Adjacent Contralateral 184. Which space would cause infection in the Mediastinum? 187. What causes porcelain to break off from the PFM? Metal Oxidation Occlusal Contact Metal Contaminated 200. What should the dentist predict with the use of Cyclosporine? Increase gingival fibers Gingival Hyperplasia Increase pockets and bleeding 198. Increase water:powder ratio to casting investment material will lead to: Increase setting expansion Increase thermal expansion Decrease setting expansion Decrease thermal expansion 201. When do you fill the tooth with CaOH? 1st week into splinting After 14 days splinting Resorption 195. What is the best way to anticipate a prolonged bleeding time with extraction? Ans: History??? 197.194. The exact mechanism of Caries dyes (detectors) in effected and affected lesions . Which of the following is best to know the platelet count? PT Time Bleeding time INR 196. Best instrument for SRP of Distal Mandibular tooth? Gracey 1/2 Gracey 9/10 Universal 13/14 Gracey 13/14 199. what is the moa? 208. why are composites not put in primary posterior teeth? 207. cerebral palsy was on there 2 times. What is pathognemonic for measles: Ans: Koplik Spots??? 203. . 2-3 flouride supplement questions the clinical part on the second day asked alot about the drugs that can and can not be used on an asthmatic patient and a hypertensive patient. determines relative risk(risk factors) Prospective: population is followed through time to see who develops the disease Retrospective: used to evaluate the effects that a specific exposure has had on a population. Patient Management -Capitation(4): HMO -Community water fluoridation: 1mg /1L of water = 1 ppm -Cohort study: type of analytic (observational) study. about 3 questions on the different flourides. something about the phosphate ion in an anti-tartar toothpaste. what is the exact treatment plan for an immediate denture? 204.202. 209. what are the advantages/disadvantages of an immediate denture? 205. one asked about which type is more likely to cause staining? which type is mostly in toothpaste? i had no idea on these questions 206. -Sensitivity: % people with disease who are correctly classified as having the disease -Where would you look in an article to find dependent/independent variables? : methods -Rampant caries etiology: decrease in salivary flow -Incidence(2): number of new cases of disease/total # people at risk -open ended questions: to amplify answer.. -Systematic desensitization: Exposing a patient to items from a collaboratively constructed hierarchy of slowly increasing anxiety provoking stimulus. drug addicts -Annual exam for dental worker that is mandatory? HEP B . TB??? . -Medicaid: children and low income families…covers dental treatment for children -Medicare: geriatric…does not cover dental treatment unless it is needed for medical purposes. most effective type of questions. -Bundling -Undercoding -Hepatitis B is more infectious with surface antigen -Behavior shaping : modeling -When there is a toxic reaction to a medication the dentist must contact: FDA Food drug administrator -Informed consent is a principle of: Autonomy -How to manage an angry.-Double blind design: Investigators and people being studied don’t know about each other -Specificity: % people without disease who are correctly classified as not having the disease. apprehensive. invites a patient to express their feelings and strengthens rapport. -1997 a program which stated all children need dental coverage even with no insurance -% of geriatric population over 65 edentulous: 21-30 -BP and pulse are: nominal-ordinal-ratio -Most dental treatment are covered by: -Closed panel: beneficiaries have limited choice of offices where they can go to obtain dental care…often uses in HMO and PPO plans. down syndrome. cheap patient -T test -Autonomy -HIPPA -Desinfection -Hepatitis B least risks: food servers. what todo?? -When is a class III restoration indicated? -When to restore interproximal caries? -Treatment plan sequence: Urgent. bleach natural teeth or a veneer -Matrix band is placed first and wedge after in a class II restoration -Class IV restoration changed color. on CEJ.disto-axial except meso-facial.. definitive.-Example of studies between 2 different medications: Clinical trials Operative Dentistry -Inlay contraindication: Increased caries rate -Days after restore MOD amalgam pain upon biting and to cold: check contacts -overhang restoration: trapping of food -only advantage of composite over porcelain: one appointment -What happen when you etch and it gets contaminated: need to re-etch -Glass ionomer: polyacrilic acid -Resistance form in amalgam prep: beveling gingival angle in proximal box -Angle of contact and surface tension for adhesion -Best predictor of future caries: past caries -Reducing a weak cusp during onlay preparation is considered: resistance form -When would transilumination show the whole crown? Fractured cusps. on DEJ -Shape of interproximal carious lesion -According to the most recent ADA research: increase in root caries -Line angles in DO preparation are: axio-pulpar. cracked tooth. maintenance -What principle of ethics when is offered more than 1 treatment plan to patient? autonomy Oral Pathology -Lateral periodontal cyst (2)(picture): tooth is vital -Lateral radicular cyst (picture): Tooth is non-vital -Ulcer more than 2 weeks: biopsy -Hyperparathyroidism: hypercalcemia . craze lines -Location of interproximal caries: below the contact -When must interproximal caries be treated: when appears on bitewing. control. -Patient has a crown for 10 years in good condition but lighter in color: change crown. reevaluation. axio-gingival. -SSC: smoking is a risk factor -smokeless tobacco: verrucous carcinoma(2) -Alcohol: cancer -Multiple myeloma: punched out lesions -First sign of multiple myeloma(2): bone pain(limbs and thoracic region) -Angular cheilitis (picture) -Picture nasopalatine cyst(2): confusing with nasopalatine foramen -Picture periapical cemental dysplasia (2) -black women xray : periapical cemental dysplasia(2) . partial or complete anondontia -Amelogenesis imperfect: picture -Cleidocranial dysplasia(2): retained primary teeth and multiple supernumerary teeth. -Picture of patient with inferior lip lesion: biopsy .most common place for periapical cemental dysplasia(2) : Lower anteriors teeth are vital .what cyst can become ameloblastoma : dentigerous cyst -Hunter syndrome(2) : build up of glycosaminoglycan due to lack of an enzyme : enzyme iduronate-2-sulfatase -Adenocystic carcinoma(2) : neurotrophic factor. posterior mandible below inferior alveolar canal: . sweating. spreads through perineural spaces -osteosarcoma in x ray : sun burst and simetrical widening of pdl. Iris(lisch nodules) and axillary freckling -Vitamin D deficiency children: Rickets -Osteomyelitis: Stept.photo of maxillary sinus with radiopacity in one of the sinus and you have to identify the condition : sinus retention cyst -Picture of compound odontoma(4) -Leukoedema: stretch test . fine hair -Dentinogenesis imperfect type 1 associated with osteogenesis imperfect (2) -Aplastic anemia associated with drug toxicity.Stafne bone cyst(2) :very well defined round radiolucency in panoramic. high grade malignancy.Cotton wall -Pagets disease(2) : increase alkaline phosphatase -Ectodermal dysplasia (4): Oligodontia. -Neurofibromatosis: café u lait..Peut-jeghers syndrome : intra oral melanin pigmentation also intestinal polyps -what Addison disease causes : a)bone loss b)pigmentation of the mucosa . palate common site.-Hyperthyroidism(2): loss weight. Aureus -Pagets(3): Skull rx. heals 1-2 weeks without scarring. -Treatment for herpes simples/zoster: valtrax -Aphtous ulcers: nonkeratinized tissue. fatigue.most common placed of sialolith : submandibular gland -aspirin burn(2) is due to : coagulation necrosis. -Cherubism(2): Bilateral enlargement of jaws .osteomas. impacted permanent and supernumerary teeth. -Sjogren syndrome(2): chronic lymphocyte-mediated autoimmune disease affecting exocrine glands and other organ systems -Herpetic gingivoestomatitis: common in children less than 6y/o. Patients are managed with supportive therapy. Mayor: up to 10 crateform ulcers bigger than . recurrent painful ulcers not preceded by vesicles Minor: starts as a macule. seen in AIDS patients. intestinal polyposis. painful.lesion in lip with cauliflower shape . -Papillon Lefevre syndrome(2): . ulcers preceded by vesicles in oral (nonkeratinized gingival) and perioral areas. -aphtous ulcers in non keratinized tissue – herpes in keratinized tissue -Bells palsy (picture): acute manifestation of unilateral paralysis of muscles of facial expression. pallor). skin lesions. muscle joint pain. Treated with acyclovir if symptomatic and heal within 7-14 days. removable membrane with erythematous halo.A type of vascular hemangioma -Osteoradionecrosis: biphosphanates -White lesion under denture: biopsy …cytologic smear -Gardener syndrome: Autosomal dominant disorder. heals 2-6 with possible scarring.5 cm. develops into a 3-10 mm ulceration.genetic hemoglobinopathy found in patients fo African decent. high rate of conversion to colorectal carcinoma. odontomas. Typical signs of anemia (dyspnea on exertion.Pemphigoid: SUBEPIthelial -Pemphigus: intraepithelial -Sialolithiasis(2): more common in submandibular gland -Pleomorphic adenoma: Most common salivary gland neoplasia -Picture of salivary gland tumor -Sturge webber syndrome(2): port wine sign…. Reactivation of herpes simplex virus -Sickle cell anemia in kids: risk factors are cold and N2O2….-Picture of white sponge nevus -Erythema multiforme: young adults and kids . Patient currently taking steroids: double daily dose at day of surgery -Asthma: wheezing expiration -CHF: decreases ventricular ejection fraction below 50% -End stage renal disease: extraction the day after dialysis -Ludwings angina: Most commonly encountered neck space infection.-OKC: most recurrent -Dentigerous cyst: ameloblastoma -Dentigerous cyst: -White lesion close to the commisure: liquen planus.80. floor of mouth -mucocele: lesion in lower lip full of fluid Oral Maxillofacial Surgery -picture of Bells palsy -Most common adverse reaction to LA: Syncope(HTA) after surgery will be pain (HTA) -Trendelemburg -In nitrous oxide sedation the use of 100% O2 after N2O: avoid diffusion hypoxia -Last part of the brain depressed in general anesthesia: Medulla -Chronic use of corticosteroids (long term): adrenal insufficiency . -Dry socket: no antibiotics -Treatment dry socket: sedative dressing (eugenol) -Fracture of condylar neck unilateral: deviation on side of injury upon opening -Mandibular fracture: Inmobilization for 3-6 weeks -Internal derangement with reduction: click -Test for hemophilia: PTT 25-36 sec.90% -Cavernous sinus thrombosis: via ophthalmic vein can result in canine space infections and deep temporal space infections. -Evaluation of nitrous oxide: oximeter -Safety valve on N202 no more than 50. cheek bite?? -Bulimia produces tooth erosion -Picture of patient with a tongue lesion in dorsal area 3 weeks duration: -Ranula: mobile. Involves sublingual. -Extraction of molar with divergent roots: section -Where is most likely to damage nerve in vertical release of flap? . submandibular and submental. hypovolemia -Treatment in closed reduction -Neuropraxia: a condition in which a nerve remains in place after a severe injury although it no longer transmits impulses. bleeding. -Most common complication after an extraction? Dry socket. what makes it go forward and medially?: lateral pterygoid. hypokalemia. stabilize with a flexible splint 1-2 .-13 y/o for implants? Wait until 18-21 y/o -Child after concussion trauma vomits and nausea: check with doctor -Bleeding time: -Muscles elevate jaw: masseter. replant tooth. paresthesia -Fracture of condyle.Pplace tooth in doxycicline. irrigate socket with saline. 3: Extract # 3 first to start with most difficult or extract # 1 first to protect tuberosity.temporalis. the correct position for the patient must be: right hip up or left hip up -Graft from a different species: xenograft -Convulsions: hypoglycemia. Endodontics -Autotransplantation failure: external root resorption -Resorbable resorption: ankylosis -contraindications calcium hydroxide: pulp symptomatic for last months -Treatment of external resorption: ca(oH) -Treatment of internal resorption: Endo -If taken biphosphonates for 3 years and non restorable tooth: endo on remaining roots? -Irreversible pulpitis -Hypochlorite -SLOB rule -Avulsed permanent tooth with open apex: Extraoral time less than 60 min: clean tooth with saline. medial pterygoid -Order of extraction of teeth # 1. 2. -Hyperbaric oxygen for extractions in a patient undergoing radiation therapy: osteoradionecrosis -Increased risk of osteoradionecrosis with radiation therapy of 40-80Grays or more than 6000 Grays -Mandibular molars: pain is referred to ears -40 week pregnant patient: hypotension in supine position. should not blanch tissues -Most commonly used connector: RIGID (solder joint) -Value: most important in shade selection -Value: brightness -Value color 0=black 10=white -How to change Hue? -PFM displays metal: opaque defect -Ceramic restorations: can be damaged by acidulated fluoride -Chromium: Resistant to tarnish and corrosion -If RPD (distal extension) when pressure is done over abutments (fulcrum line) and denture rocks: needs an indirect retainer. CaOH -Apexification: apical closure in a necrotic tooth: MTA or CaOH -Patient with Radiolucency #8. Enlarged tuberosities?? -Accurate border molding: lack of displacement -Maxillary complete denture area of maximum retention: mucogingival fold -Coronoides displaces upper denture if too bulky.weeks. or Close and observe -Non vital bleaching consequence: cervical resorption Prosthodontics -Difference between base metal alloy and gold: higher resistance to deflection -Quenching: metal cooled -Porcelain: stronger upon compressive forces -All ceramic crowns main reason: esthetics -Only advantage of porcelain over gold: esthetics -3/4 crown: anterior path of insertion parallel to long axis : gold display -Pontic design: convex. open access and no pulpar chamber. no canal: refer to endodontist. If vitality does not return: apexification Extraoral time more than 60 min: not recommended -Treatment for a sinus tract after Endo: no treatment -Treatment of external resorption on a permanent reimplanted tooth: obturation with CaOH -Apexogenesis: apical closure in a vital tooth. monitor for pulpal vitality and root development. -Muscles help in lingual retention of a complete denture: Genioglossus(lingual frenum). -Combination syndrome(2): Bone resorption>>mand ant opposing a max complete severe damage to premaxilla. mylohyoid. palatoglossus(retromylohyoid) sublingual gland . j Evaluate vertical dimension -When do you check for sibilant sounds: Try in -Cheek biting in denture patient: posterior teeth are edge to edge…need more horizontal overlap -Length gelation time in alginate: cold water -Alginate: reduce water to the mix it will set rapidly -Addition silicones: No byproducts…no ethyl alcohol -Ethyl alcohol byproduct of condensation silicones produces shrinkage -Disadvantage of polyether: RIGID -Shim stock: Check occlusion -Stones: increase water concentration: less expansion -angulation condyle: anterior guidance -If palatal vault too deep: vibrating line more pronunciating and forward -What kind of occlusion if in right lateral movement all posterior teeth not in occlusion? Anterior guidance -Minimun incisal reduction for anterior PFM: 2mm -Remounting complete dentures -Hinge axis facebow -Retraction cord can cause -Pterygomandibular raphe(2): union of buccinators and superior constrictor -Multiple failures of fixed partial dentures?? -Distance between an implant: 3mm -% implant success after 10 years: 95% -Temperature for implant placement: 55 degrees -Implant handpiece: increased torque and decreased speed -Distal extension RPD and push on ext and rest comes up: reline -Interferences BULL -Minor conectors -Indirect retainer -Irreversible hydrocolloid Periodontics -Supracrestal fibrotomy: removal of circular fibers .V.sh.ch.-Posterior buccal extension of a mandibular complete denture is limited by: masseter -Muscle that covers denture flange and does not affect stability: buccinator -Picture of F and V sound -Evaluation of phonetics in a complete denture: fricatives(labio dental sounds) F.Ph Sibilants (linguo alveolar sounds) s.z. Don’t give on patients who were addict to heroin -Opioid: opioid receptors in GI -Coumadin(Warfarin)(3): INR …no oral surgery if its 5 -Warfarin should be suspended 3 days before extraction -History of Rhematic fever without valvular disfunction: NO antibiotic prophylaxis -Rheumatic fever needs premedication: no -Joint replacement needs premedication? If less than 18 months -Osteomyelitis: Stept Aureus . treatment would be debridement . -ANUG produced by fusiforms. ab therapy. hydrogen peroxide rinses . -Metronidazole: used in perio -Most beneficial from SRP: edematous gingival -Indications for a Modified Widman flap: moderate pockets in which base is coronal to mucogingival junction.-Cells of crevicular fluid -Probing: Loss of attachment -GTR: best results in furcation II -3 wall bone defect(2): best for bone graft and regeneration procedures -Primary colonizers plaque: GRAM + -Plaque of two days: GRAM + cocci and rods -Spirochetes: Subgingival -Gingivitis: No attachment loss -Similar characteristics between aggressive perio and chronic: treatment response? -Gingivectomy indication: Suprabony pockets -Primary occlusal trauma -Secondary occlusal trauma -Crown lengthening: when crown prep is 1mm above bone crest. spiroquetes and prevotella intermedia. infrabony defects and when esthetics is important -Antibiotic in crevicular fluid: tetracycline -Perio treatment is more difficult in maxillary molars due to trifurcations -Type of healing in SRP and free gingival graft Pharmacology -Narcotic antagonist: Narcan -Reverse opioid: Naloxene(2) -Nubain: mixed agonist/antagonist. -Localized or generalized aggressive periodontitis: not too much gingival inflammation -ANUG(2): punched out papilla. -1 carpule: 0.what does alpha 1 receptors do in the heart ? Vasoconstriction.018 epi -Status epilecticus: valium -Gran mal seizure: Phenitoin -Multiple sclerosis: no EPI -Heart transplant with valvulopathy: AB prophylaxis -side effect of nitroglycerin: -Nitroglycerin: coronary arteries -Congestive heart failure: Peripheral edema . nifedipine. verapamil: gingival overgrowth -What antihistaminic has less drowsiness?: H1 second generation such as Loratadine.-Lidocaine used IV: ventricular arrhythmia -Articaine: metabolized in bloodstream -Flumazenil (3): Benzodiazepine antagonist -Barbiturates: NO ANALGESICS -TCA antidepressants: dry mouth -LA with EPI: contraindicated in patients taking MAO inhibitors -Drug of choice for ADHD: methylphenidate -Tetracycline: Broad spectrum: Increase of opportunistic infections -Tetracycline what does to penicillin? -Tetracycline action: -Tetracycline: ab in crevicular fluid -Metronidazole: used in perio -Nystatin: drug of choice for Candidiasis -H2 blockers: duodenal ulcers -H2 histamine: gastric -Cimetidine: gastric ulcers -Acetaminophen: No effect in platelets -Ibuprofen: analgesic of choice after extractions -Cardiac arrhythmia drugs: increase refractory period of cardiac muscle -Aspirin: inhibit platelet aggregation in IRREVERSIBLE manner. cetirizine. fexofenadine. MIDRIASIS and urinary retention -Patient allergic to penicillin and had hip replacement 10 years ago…need ab prophylaxis? -Angular cheilitis medication? Nystatin . . increased systole -Phenitoin. open airwayA. hallucinations. confussion. blurred vision. less withdrawal symptoms for desintoxication -Contraindications for Diazepam: pregnancy -Nitrites/nitrates: vasodilation -Fluoxetine: SSRI -Birth control pills: tromboflebitis -Agonist of folic acid? -Ca channel blocker -Increases broad spectrum: increase superinfection and resistance -Cephalosporin: cross allergenicity with penicillin -Diazepam contraindication: pregnancy Radiology -Picture of coronoides -Radiolucency at level of second premolar vital: mental foramen -Picture of cygomatic process of maxilla -10 mA 1 sec for same density with 0. tremor. constipation. hypotension. HTA.B.C. Narcan and Nubain are antagonists -Symptoms of lidocaine overdose: circumoral numbness. weak pulse. miosis. COPD -Digitalis work: block na/k ATPase (influx of more Ca) -Hydroxizyne is used with chloral hydrate because it decreases nausea -LD/ED is a measure of safety of a drug -Aminophyline: treat asthma -Aminoglucosides: oto and nephro toxicity -TCA (tricyclyc antidepressants) -Phenothiazines -Methadone. additive CNS depression and addiction. drowsiness. sweating. pallor. flaccid muscles. Diazepam is treatment for LA induced seizures. Physostigmine (anticholinesterase) will reverse atropine poisoning. oxygen if needed -Nitrous oxide contraindications: head injury.5 sec how many mA? -Too long in developer: dark x ray . Supine position. -Symptoms of syncope(fainting): nausea. chest trauma(pneumothorax). disorientation. constipation. lightheadedness. tinnitus. tachycardia. Naloxone. scopolamine): dry mouth. tachycardia.-Symptoms of opioid overdose: Respiratory depression. pale. -Symptoms of anticholinergic(atropine. tingling on toes and fingers. seizures. -Problem with x-ray (very white): -What is the oil in xray tube for: cooling(2) -SLOB rule -Collimation Angulation of bite wings: +5 to +10 -Sinusitis in Panoramic -Hyoid bone in Panoramic -Rx for sinuses: waters Orthodontics -Patient lost primary second molar: distal shoe -Anterior crowding: mixed dentition analysis -If mandibular primary is lost: loss of arch length, midline deviation to side of loss -How to fix gingival recession in anterior incisor that has cross bite: correct cross bite -Cross bite in adults -SNA 74 (82), SNB 76(80), ANB -2(2) what is the diagnosis? Class III -Cleft lip(boys) and cleft palate(girls): Class III(2) -Frenectomy (labial) after the eruption of permanent canines - # of cases cleft lip /palate at year in caucasians: 1/700 births Pediatric Dentistry -Child with N2O: max nitrous 30% -20 kg and how many mg of lidocaine: 1 cartridge for every 20 lb….1 cartridge =36 mg -Child fear is best treated with nitrous oxide -Premedication for 44 lb child: 1 g amoxicillin 1 hour prior -Voice control: type of aversive conditioning on children older than 3 who are uncontrolled or defiant. -Parent not in the operatory room: interfere with communication -Fluoride supplementation chart < 0.3 ppm 0-6 m 0 6m -3 y 0.3-0.6 ppm >0.6ppm 0 0 0.25mg 3-6y 0.5 mg 6-16y 1mg 0 0.25mg 0.5mg 0 0 0 -Attention déficit disorder ADHD (2)is more common in boys -Treatment for a luxation teeth E in a 6 year old patient: allow passive repositioning; if not active repositioning (splinting) for 1-2 weeks (pulpal necrosis) -Tell-Show-Do technique -Children with more caries seen in : blacks or hispanics 1. Pt. on warfarin but needs extractions, prescribe vit. K, if INR = 3.5 OK, see oral surgeon 2. Kid w/ectodermal dysplasia… what is sign? Sparse hair 3. Dependence of NO, what signs will you have? 4. What responds to cytology better? CANDIASIS 5. A child, fear? Fear makes pain worse 6. 5 questions on TELL-SHOW-DO 7. If you have a mentally challenged pt. who is screaming and resistant… how to treat for recall only 8. ANB angle is -6, what class occlusion? I think he meants ANB angle of -6 which would make it Class 3 9. Pushed root of 3rd molar (max) in, what space is it in? Infratemporal Fossa 10. When taking pano, pt. moves for 1 second what will it look like? 11. Pt. w/otis media, given NO, what happens? Diffusion Hypoxia 12. What is most similar to epiphyseal plate?Syncondriasis. 13. Signs of hyperthyroidism/hypothyroidism? 14. Asthma: WHEEZING ON EXPIRATION 15. Pic of 2 yr. old bright red lips w/lesions, pt. has fever what is it? Erythforme Multiform or Leukemia 16. 2 pulps, fused body. What is it… fusion 17. Blue sclera, what is it… osteogenesis imperfecta 18. What skeletal profile is Class 3 occlusion? Concave Class 1 straight… class 2 convex 19. Cause of cheek biting w/complete dentures? Inadequate horizontal overlap- facial max cusp 20. What problem can you diagnose a dentist? Anorexia, bulimia (erosion in lingual anteriors), etc. 21. After placing tooth back in socket less than 1 hour, when do you use calcium hydroxide? 7-10 days 22. What is the first thing you do on recall? Check plaque score, asses next treatment, etc. 23. Pt. w/HIV has viral count of 100,000, CD4 count of 40…. TOO LOW 24. V Most susceptible surfaces to caries of radiation tx…. CLASS 25. Problem w/Sjoggen’s… Flush water lines 2 mins before starting day… purpose? Not indicated anymore but to remove bacteria 32. why? 36. floss how many mm?. Brush goes into subgingival sulcus how man mm?... Purpose?prevent backflow of contaminated water 33.. Which sex age group more susceptible to autoimmune disease? WOMEN OF CHILD BEARING AGE> ME 31. Scaling/Rp… how is it effective? 35. Know how plaque formation process 7mos-3 years 1) pellicle. Radiation affects the cells how? DNA 28. Dentist switches from 8 inch bilateral technique to 16 inch parallel techniques how much extra radiation? 4 times 30.within seconds after tooth is cleanes. One way valve in handpiece…. 2) Adhesion or attachment3) Colonization 37. NEED TO KNOW BOTH 2mm 34.26.. Splinting in periodontically involved pt…. Café au lait macules… neurofibromatosis 27. Where are you more likely to get metaplastia in oral cavity HARD PALATE 29. What % is considered generalized? More than 30% Less than 30% Localized . Enamel hypoplasia… when does it start? 7mos-3 years 38. Non-verbal communication. class 3 40. What is the least significant cause of alveolar bone loss in primary dentition? Tooth loss 54. 41. All ceramic crown finish line…BUTT JOINT 52. what is not important Extension for prevention 53. Internal bevel has less discomfort & better healing? Both true 51.. GTR what affects success the least? RCT.side effect of anti-psychotic drugs… haloperidol 47. pit. Vertical root fracture 57. etc . Gingevectomy internal/external bevel? Gingivectomy can have internal or external bevel. etc?. Molar extraction sequence 321 48. Tardive dyskinesia…..Smooth/proximal… pit inverted V 55. Gingival hyperplasia 45. in pain comes in sequence of tx….MANY SENSES 46. what don’t you do? 49.Maxillary 56. Caries w/wide base and gets smaller? Smooth. How to deal with angry pt. tx. 43. Acute periradicular vs. Pain. Class 2 furcation. ADA and advertising 42. width. periodontal abscess PULP TEST Opiate contraindications HEAD INJURIES 44.39. Le Fort 1 + BSSO. Plan. Class 2 amalagmam. depth 50. Reverse architecture?. Pt. Class 2 composite. pain (cold) when chewing occlusion 58. Antibuse used for? Alcohol abuse 80. Recurrent caries 62. Steven Johnson’sSturge-weber Periodontitis 70.Sed hypnotic to give if want pt to sleep at night after apptNAPROXEN 75.Lots of pharm 73. 64. mucoceole 77.Know amantidine – anti viral blocks uncoating of virus and blocks replication 79.Tx lichen planus ASYMPTOMATIC NO TXT SYMPTOMATIC STEROIDS 76.Medicare and Medicaid questions (medicare isn’t as good as Medicaid. mobility? 60. 63.. 2 carpules 61.Diff btw apical periradicular abcess and apical periodontal abscess .Acetaminophen hepatotoxicity 82. ankylosis.Herbal supp inc mechanism of effect of antioxidants—t 72. w/ cardio problems…. osteogenesis and conventional osteotomies 71.AMANTADINE 74.Hemangioma. Replacement of class 1 amalgam….Depth to put implant compared to neighboring teeth 84. Diff btw distraction..) 85.59. what happened?. ranula.Best systemic antiviral med. 17 y/o w/mandibular canine sticking facially. gingival recession.. and pyrostosis? Crouzon? Ranula: floor of the mouth bluish. vital.Vital pulp vs. kahn’s radiology facts Pic of mand tori and max tori Zygomatic process Pic of bone with not much opacity: I think osteoporosis Increase density: decrease sourceobject distance Where can u usually see nutrient canals: and mandibular area . OKC: recurrent Positive neklosy sign: pemphigus Immunoglobin fluorescent: pemphigus Granular cell tumor pic Garnders: polyps. colon cancer Pagets: Fibromatosis: von reckler Erythema multiform Leukemia: blunt red bleeding.Irreversible pulpitis and what vital pulp therapy you do on it 88. lucency. necrotic pulp 87. pseutz Radiology: Read dr. fatigued Lechen plachus: wickam. remove sublingual gland Mucocle: lower lip. minor salivary duct mucin plug Pyogeinc granuloma: remove irritants factor Herpes simplex: hard palate and bone laying gingival Candidais: wipes off Lateral periodontal cyst and dentigerous cyst Oral cancer: first reason tobacco Papilloma: elevated white cawliflower Brown spot: seen in Addison. no symptoms.s striae picture Apthous ucler: major form leaves scar Pt with big head.Flumazinil—bdz antagonist Oral path: 2 questions about mand teeth.86.Know MOA for meperidine89. fetid odor Plaque mature: 3436 hrs.Many endo: many diagnosis Edta: chlating agent Sodium hypochlorite: dilute necrotic tissues Tx horizaontal fracture: splint 24 weeks Apexification: nonvital tooth. Anug: twice: punched. Chlorohexidine best for plaque control? Prosth + operative: Chemical erosion: lingual of max central and on occlusal. chroma. which bacteria: AA. Caires form below contact point Proximal caries will have 2 triangles pointing toward the apex Pit and fissure: most of the caries? Remove an only by cutting in two and removing it in 2 pieces 2 adjacent class 3: prep large on first then fill the small one first Bleach in tray has 10% carbamide Hue. who do u see it in adolesent. value…seen in picture Orange stains change hue Ridge and rugae help for support Compensatory curve and height of cusp Balalnced occlusion Rubber dam hole made too big: if the area of the neck of tooth has leakage Polymeration shrinkge: composite Tissue conditioning Picture of epulis fissuratum Oral surgery: Thyroid storm Blow to the mandibule will affect same side condyle? Best graft: autogenous bone Syncope def Valve with regurgitation: premed Sialothis: seen in submandibuar duct . which teeth are affected twice (1molar+ anterior). with open apex Perio: If u removed alveolar bone: called osteoctemy (supporting bone) I wall defect: hemiseptum 3 wall defect best for grafting hex (impant) prevents rotation How does external bevel gingivectomy heal: 1 or 2ndary intention Most succefull implant: ant max MANNNNNY LAP QUESTIONS: how tx it. fourth. No no2 for sickle cell patient Pedo: Which has retained primary: cleodrianal Ectodermal dysplasia: anodontia Some fluridation Air humidity determines water fluoride Ortho: Appliance distal show. lip parasthesia from ian. Face split vertically in fifth. 4 hr. sixth. Pharm: Angina that happens at rest: unstable angina Pt on ginsing no aspiring (bc increase bleeding) Viral load: to see HIV progression H2 blcokers: name of druge. third? I said fifth.Angina Arrythmia def Give bag of oxygen how many % is there: 21% bc that what is in the air? Harder mand 3rd molar extraction: distoangular Cracked tooth syndrome: mand molars Bbso surgery: can affect nerve. Class3 doesn’t have max prognathia Class 3: 6 anb Class 3 : concave facial profile. 5 days. doesn’t cause ulcer What can u give to pregnant patitnet after surgery: tylenol3? Singular: leukotriene blocker for asthma . ratinidir? Aspirin: inhibit thromboxane A Aspirin: prevent platelt aggregation Aspirin should be stop the day before? Aspirin: keep bledding for how long? 1 hr. 1 month ect Vomiting: due to chemoreceptor zone Gingival hyperplasia cause by phenytoin Many dilantin: epileptic Methehtoxate: folic acid anti caner drug Proponolol as a antihypertensive and as a antianginal druge: how does it work Adrenergic agonist: epinephrine Mepiridine (narcotic) antidote: naxolone Acetaminophen: doesn’t change bleeding. band and loop Supernumarcy is found in which deveopemntal stage of tooth. racial pigmentation. drugs with HTN. Crosssectional study Ordinal vs nominal (pt’s temprarture is which one. chroma. hue value.Prilocaine: cause methoglobineanemia Behaviroal: MSDS: about the chemicals and info about them. . ugly ducking stage. pt pulse/vitals) Paranoid patient Modeling for children Desentitization Specificity benefience Smoking cessation: precomtemplation Undubling Recapping technique: one handed Patient who ask to bill a day before he received tx: fraud? Patient with fair feel pain more Day2: Case with picture of granular cell tumor. diabetes. combination syndrome. ortho aapliance. pt who needs premed. amalgam tattoo.