1. Drugs known to cause gingival enlargement include all of the following, EXCEPT:

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2. Shallow crater formations, class I and early classII furcations, and thick osseous ledges may be treated almost entirely by

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3. Which is not a goal of scaling and root planing?

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4. Modification of Gracey Curette with universal blade angle:

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5. The difference in the color between subgingival and supragingival calculus is related to

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6. Treatment of primary herpectic gingivostomatitis should include

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7. which of the following periodontal diseases does not have calculus

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8. A procedure that is performed apical to the epithelial attachment, severing the connective tissue attachment down to the osseous crest is

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9. What will be the radiographic feature of chronic gingivitis

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10. Which of the following organisms is associated with juvenile Periodontitis

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11. The usual reason for failures in maintaining adequate plaque removal is inadequate patient

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12. A compound PDL pocket is

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13. MMP 4 belongs to which of these groups

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14. The reaction to irrigation and inflammation in the sulcular area is called

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15. Hand instruments are preferred to rotary instruments in

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16. Which of the following is the most predictable indicator of periodontal stability?

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17. Occlusal loading resulting in tooth flexure, mechanical microfractures, and loss of tooth substance in the cervical area is

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18. Defects in which inflammatory cell have most frequently been associated with periodontal disease?

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19. In a free gingival graft the epithelium of the graft becomes

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20. Gingival Hyperplasia is seen most commonly in

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