1. Gutta Percha and sealer form a monoblock known as:

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2. Why is etchant preferred as a gel instead of solution

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3. A patient walks into your office for an emergency visit. He asks the receptionist for a cold glass of water and seems to be tilting his head sideways as to hold the water on one side of his mouth. Immediately, you suspect which reason for his visit?

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4. Factors that affect the success of dentin bonding include all of the following except _____.

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5. Which of the following is an inflammatory reaction to pulpal infection and necrosis characterized by rapid onset, spontaneous pain, tenderness of the tooth to pressure, pus formation and swelling of associated tissues?

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6. You are instrumenting a canal with a size 30, 25 mm k-type file. What does each of the sizes denote, respectively?

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7. When a calcified root canal cannot be located or instrumented

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8. True in case' of traumatic tooth fracture involving dentin:

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9. According to the Weine's classification of root canal system, 2 canals starting from the pulp chamber and ending as 2 orifices is classified as:

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10. Rool-filling materials must be

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11. The outline form of the access cavity of which of the following teeth is trapezoid in shape?

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12. Which of the following is used for removal of broken instrument from a root canal:

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13. Maxillary canines

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14. Fiber reinforced composite can be used for all of the following except:

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15. Retrograde (apical resection surgery) treatment is considered over orthograde treatment (root canal retreatment) for patients by their dentist after their root canal therapy is considered to have failed. When should retrograde treatment be performed over orthograde treatment?

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16. Which of the following can be viewed on a conventional radiograph?

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17. Which of the following is a clinical diagnosis based on subjective and objective findings indicating that the vital inflamed pulp is incapable of healing and has the following additional descriptors: lingering thermal pain, spontaneous pain, and referred pain?

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18. A good preventive and treatment strategy for dental caries would include _____.

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19. In the conventional Class I composite preparation, retention is achieved by which of the following features? 1.Occlusal convergence 2.Occlusal bevel 3.Bonding 4.Retention grooves

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20. All of the following reasons are likely to indicate the need for restoration of a cervical notch except _____.

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