1. Which of these is most promising soft tissue investigation:


2. Maxillary skeletal arch expansion


3. Areas of isolated gingival recession are most frequently seen on teeth that are


4. Everted prominent lips with small mandible indicates:


5. In Steiner’s analysis, SNA is 82 degrees. This indicates:


6. Overbite is defined as:


7. Which of the following soft tissues of the oro facial region mature first:


8. The most appropriate time for surgical treatment of a patient with mandibular prognathism is


9. Generalized Anterior crossbite in the primary dentition indicates:


10. Which analysis uses the measurement of lower incisors to calculate dimensions of posterior teeth:


11. The cranial vault is made up of a number of flat bones that are formed by _________________ , ________ cartilaginous precursors.


12. The highest critical surface tension is for which of the orthodontic brackets


13. The most likely reason for extracting four first premolars in orthodontics is because of


14. In an adult Class II division 1 malocclusion case, what should be done:


15. Compared to homogenous populations, malocclusion in a heterogenous population is:


16. With flush-terminal plane, permanent first molars will erupt:


17. Which cephalometric angle does not change with treatment


18. Plane of reference used in transverse direction in WITS analysis:


19. Frontal cephalogram is used to evaluate which type of malrelation:


20. Alveolar bone is undergoing remodelling


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