1. Which of the following is not TRUE of primary teeth compared to permanent teeth?

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2. The eruption of teeth in active and passive phases was defined by

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3. The most common curvature of the palatal root of maxillary 1st molar is

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4. Which extrinsic muscle of the tongue functions to retract the tongue

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5. All of the following types of oral mucosa are nonkeratinized, except:

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6. predominant type of collagen in cementum is

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7. After the tooth emerges to the occlusal plane the clinical crown height increases by

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8. In dentinal caries which of the following zone on histopathology shows no bacteria

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9. All of the following are suprahyoid muscles, except the:

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10. A distinguishing characteristic of a maxillary first premolar that identifies it as a right or left is the

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11. All of the following are characteristics common to all mandibular anterior teeth, except:

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12. The distal contact area of a permanent mandibular canine is usually located where?

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13. The center of the sphere in the curve of Monson lies at

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14. Which teeth listed below should ideally provide the predominant guidance through the full range of movement in lateral mandibular excursions?

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15. As the osteoclasts move through bone, the leading edge of resorption is known as

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16. Very little time gap between matrix formation and mineralisation is characteristic of

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17. In non functioning teeth there is

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18. true regarding epithelial lining of tongue is

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19. Which of the following are the principal muscle fibres that retrude the mandible

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20. In cross sections of human enamel many rods resemble

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