1. Splinting of a permanent maxillary incisor following trauma is required in the management of a

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2. 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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3. Young permanent tooth with irreversible pulpitis sign is treated as

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4. A 3 year old child suffered traumatic lateral luxation injury to his upper central incisor. The tooth is not mobile and does not interfere in occlusion. What should be done

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5. The most appropriate treatment for an 11 year old who has intermittent swelling and pain associated with a central incisor which was traumatized 6 months ago is

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6. Chronic pulpal involvement in a deciduous molar is first manifested as:

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7. Pulp extirpation in primary teeth is mechanically difficult because of

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8. In a 4 year old child, the primary central incisor has discoloured following a traumatic injury. The treatment of choice is

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9. Which of the following is not a function of crib?

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10. Which of the following is rare in children

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11. Which of the following dental health recommendations is consistent with the general nutrition guidelines?

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12. In the maxilla the molar tooth germs develop, with their occlusal surfaces facing first

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13. Radiographs of traumatized teeth are necessary to

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

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15. A disease process is characterized by painful, bleeding gingival tissue, punched out erosions covered by gray pseudomembrane, blunting of interproximal papillae, and a fetid odor. Treatment usually comprises debridement, mouth rinses, and antibiotics. This description is associated with which of the following conditions that may exist in teenagers?

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16. After the crown completion stage, trauma to a developing tooth may be responsible for

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17. In formocresol pulpotomy cotton is applied over root stumps for

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18. The lowest incidence of cleft palate is seen in which of the following

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19. The union of two teeth by the crowns is

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20. A 15-year-old female has lived in a non-fluoridated area all of her life. Which of the following is most likely to occur in this young lady when she moves to a community where the drinking water naturally contains 6 ppm of fluoride?

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