1. Ph of calcium hydroxide is

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2. Radiographic examination of a permanent first molar with an early acute pulpal abscess in a 9 yr old child is likely to reveal

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3. A 4 year old child has a normal complement of deciduous teeth, but in appearance they are grayish and exhibit extensive occlusal and incisal wear. Radiographic examination indicates some extensive deposits of secondary dentin in these teeth. This condition is typical of

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4. The success of a sealant retention depends mainly on

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5. The calcification of maxillary and mandibular permanent first molars occurs at what age?

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6. In a 5 year old, a small mechanical exposure in a vital primary molar would be treated by

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7. Which of the following primary teeth differ most from the permanent teeth that replace them

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8. When a pit and fissure sealant is placed over early but noncavitated caries

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9. The effects of constant mouth breathing include

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10. At birth child shows marked convex profile. This is due to

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11. A periapical radiograph of a 7 year old child reveals an inverted mesiodens. Tooth 1.1 is partially erupted and tooth 2.1 has not yet erupted. The most appropriate management is to

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12. A 3 year old requires the extraction of a deciduous maxillary second molar. The local anesthetic technique of choice is

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13. In which of the primary molars does the anatomy of the pulp contraindicate a MOD preparation for the placement of an amalgam restoration?

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14. Parents should begin cleaning a child`s mouth

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15. A 10 year old patient complains of discomfort in a maxillary primary second molar when eating. The tooth is mobile with a large mesio-occlusal amalgam restoration. The most likely diagnosis is

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16. Appliance to improve speech in cleft palate child with velopharyngeal insufficiency

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17. A child eleven years old traumatized a permanent maxillary central incisor some time ago. The tooth has never been restored. It is now painful and there is evidence of swelling. A periapical x-ray discloses a pathosis associated with the apex. The suggested treatment is:

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18. The prognosis for teeth with root fracture is best when the root fracture occurs in the

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19. A child starts to hold his head stable at what age:

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20. A healthy 3 year old child has just had a routine extraction of a primary mandibular molar. Which of the following post-operative problems as most likely to occur?

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