1. Once bone is formed, it grows by:


2. Generalized Anterior crossbite in the primary dentition indicates:


3. The predominant type of movement produced by a finger spring on a removable appliance is


4. an Angle Class I occlusion, the mesiobuccal cusp of the maxillary first molar occludes with


5. Hyper active mentalis activity is seen in


6. Which of the following soft tissue response may occur as a response to orthodontic bands:


7. A 5 year and 4 months old child has a retrusive chin with reduced lower facial height, on intraoral examination, full cusp distal step molar relation is seen. The cephalometric parameters reveal a normal SNA but a reduced SNB. What should be the line of treatment


8. Which is mixed dentition analysis:


9. With a flush terminal plane, permanent first molars will erupt in:


10. Retrusion and protrusion of the mandible cannot be measured by which radiographic cephalometric variable?


11. Maxillary skeletal arch expansion


12. Xi point is seen in which of the following analysis:


13. If the centre of rotation is at the apex of the root, then the orthodontic movement which results is:


14. Appearance of ulnar sesamoid bones in hand occurs:


15. The most common cause of malocclusion with a Class I molar relationship is


16. Most common relationship of the primary molars in deciduous dentition:


17. To prevent mesial drift of a permanent first molar, the ideal time to place a distal extension space maintainer is


18. Ulnar sesamoid bone calcification starts in


19. Most favorable for reinforcement of anchorage is:


20. Which of the following model analysis would be useful in planning extractions tor a 14 year old boy with severe Class II division 1 malocclusion


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