1. Ph of calcium hydroxide is

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2. Congenitally missing teeth are the result of failure in which stage of development?

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3. 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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4. The most physiologic medium to transport an avulsed tooth is

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5. The DMF (decayed, missing, filled) index for dental caries in adults

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6. When a deciduous tooth is moved orthodontically, the associated permanent tooth germ

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7. The most appropriate management of a 4mm diameter carious exposure on a vital permanent first molar in a 7 year old is

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8. Which of the following oropharyngeal function is not involuntary

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9. Three different variations in the appearance of pits and fissures in crosssection include all of the following except

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

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11. A patient telephones and tells you he has just knocked out his front tooth but that it is still intact. Your instructions should be to

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12. Which of the following factors in the Stephan's curve is related to the caries incidence and the sugar intake

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13. Defensive reaction of the tooth to dental caries include

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14. For a patient with acute herpetic gingival stomatitis, the dentist should

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15. The most likely diagnosis for a child with a painful, fiery-red, diffuse gingivitis is

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16. A 6 year old patient reports with greenish blue swelling distal to deciduous 2nd molar. Treatment would be:

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17. Which milestone of a child coincides with the eruption of the 1st primary molars

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

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19. Your patient is 9 years old. The mandibular left first primary molar has a large, carious lesion on the distal and on the occlusal and the tooth has greater mobility than what you would normally expect. You should _____.

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20. Cervical caries on the maxillary primary incisors in a 12-month old child is most likely caused by

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