1. The Highest concentration of mercury in a polished amalgam restoration, is in the

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2. Which of the following may be an adverse systemic reaction to aluminium chloride impregnated gingival retraction cords?

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3. The maximum chances of pulpal necrosis are seen in:

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4. The functionally generated occlusal registration in the indirect gold inlay technique can be termed

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5. Which of the following is not one of the four zones in four-handed dentistry:

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6. Which of the following materials could be used to cement a bridge and fill a cervical lesion?

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7. Necrosis affects periapical cementum less than bone because:

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8. You completed a root canal procedure on tooth #9 approximately 6 months ago. Your patient is still reporting persistent symptoms of acute apical pathosis including sensitivity on mastication and a dull ache, and the periradicular radiolucency that was visible on your obturation radiograph has not appeared to decrease in size. The most likely reason for the persistence of these symptoms is

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9. An 8 year old boy had trauma to permanent incisor 1 year back. He reports for treatment. The tooth is non responsive to electric pulp testing and there is no Periapical lesion. Management is:

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10. Type of bacteria found in pulpitis:

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11. Which of the following results may be expected following surgery when both the buccal and lingual cortical plates have been lost?

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

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13. Which of the following are NOT found in the pulp?

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

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15. In a class I cavity for amalgam, the mesial and distal walls show slight divergence towards the occlusal surface. This is done to:

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16. Rake angle is:

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17. Axial wall of a Class V cavity should usually be:

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18. When preparing a pin channel, you perforate into the vital pulp chamber. What best describes your next step.

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19. Which tooth requires special attention when preparing the occlusal aspect for a restoration?

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20. What is the half-life of Hg in the human body?

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