1. During periodontal disease activity, the loss of clinical attachment

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2. Absorbable hemostatic agents useful in controlling bledding include all of the following except

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3. An interdental crater has how many walls?

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4. Lateral pedicle flap is used for

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5. ramping can be done for a

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6. sulcular epithelium is

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7. what is the thickness of cemento-dentinal junction

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8. What will be the radiographic feature of chronic gingivitis

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9. Bone defect in aggressive periodontitis compared to chronic periodontitis:

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10. Optimum BMP dose for osteogenesis is

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11. the sixth complication of diabetes mellitus is

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12. A periodontometer is a device used to measure

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13. Flaps in which no vertical incisions are placed are

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14. Technique to evaluate new attachment and bone regeneration include all of the following except

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15. calculus index used for short term studies is

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16. High-quality restorations if placed subgingivally will cause

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17. What will be the radiographic feature of chronic gingivitis

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18. Not true regarding decalcification of bone specimen:

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19. Following root planing, a patient experiences thermal sensitivity. This pain is associated with which of the following?

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20. What type of graft is BIO-oss

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