1. A mother brings a 9 year old child with pain in the right lower tooth. The mother gives a history that the child suffered multiple episodes of cold and fever in the recent past. On examination, the lower right deciduous first molar was found to have proximal caries. What is the first line of investigation?

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2. An 8 yr. old HIV positive child reports with periapical abcess of deciduous mandibular first molar, which needs to be extracted. What protocol should the dentist follow

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3. Which property of pit and fissure sealant is most important?

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4. Which of the following is the most recommended endodontic obturating material for deciduous teeth?

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5. On the health history form, the mother of a 6-year-old new patient notes that the child is moderately mentally challenged. The dentist should _____.

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6. Diluted resin is used in

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7. 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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8. Localized aggressive periodontitis in the primary dentition is seen most commonly in the primary molar area. It is most common in Asian children.

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9. Differences between child and adult patient are

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10. 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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11. Following trauma, bluish-grey discolouration of the crown of an anterior tooth is due to

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12. The rubber dam is particularly adaptable to the primary 2nd molar because the

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13. The greatest problem in pulpal diagnosis is predicting the amount or extent of

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14. When no new decay is formed, the frequency of repeated bitewing radiographs recommended in permanent dentition is

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15. Which of the following series act as the best space maintainer in a child`s mouth

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16. As compared with permanent teeth, primary teeth have:

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17. Difficult to seal teeth include all the following except

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18. An indirect pulp capping procedure for primary molar teeth is indicated when

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19. A supernumerary tooth results from a deviation during

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20. Generally, a 20 second etching time is recommended. Enamel that has been exposed to fluoride may be resistant to etching and may aced to be exposed for longer periods.

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