Dental; Free Online Mock Test 3
Date: Friday, June 13 @ 16:32:08 IST
Topic: Dental

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1) Q1. A two and half year old child presents with painful cervical lymphadentopathy, sore mouth, temperature of 103 F & yellowish-gray blisters on the palate. Presumptive diagnosis is

One answer only.
a) Herpetic gingivostomatitis
b) Necrotising gingivitis
c) Cancrum oris
d) Apthous stomatitis
e) Foot & mouth disease

2) Q2. A 30-year-old male complains of a fractured tooth. On examination a vertical fracture of the lower left I molar(36) is found with the ulceration of the tongue being caused by the remaining sharp cusps. Patient is found to be allergic to penicillin as well as xylocaine. The mode of the treatment is:

One answer only.
a) Advise antibiotics and analgesics
b) Trim the sharp cusps
c) Use procaine instead of xylocaine
d) Perform the extraction under short General Anesthetics
e) Hospitalize the patient

3) Q3. A 22-year-old male presents with discolored anterior teeth( 11 & 21). Patient gives history of trauma 2 years ago. On radiographic examination internal resorption of the upper left central incisor is noted. External root resorption of the upper right central is also noted. The treatment modality is:

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a) Extract the left central incisor and perform root canal treatment in the right central incisor.
b) Perform apicoectomy and subsequent retrograde filling.
c) Extract both teeth and advise fixed prosthesis
d) Extract both teeth and advise removable prosthesis
e) Extract both teeth, curette the bony socket thoroughly and observe for a month.

4) Q4. A 60-year-old female patient who has been given complete dentures last month complains of the burning sensation in the anterior portion of the maxilla. The most suitable line of treatment is

One answer only.
a) Construct new dentures
b) Advise use of tissue conditioners
c) Rebase the denture
d) Relive the pressure point in the anterior region.
e) Correct the occlusion

5) Q5. An 8-year-old child presents with a swelling intraorally in relation to upper left central incisor (22). The tooth does not respond to vitality tests. Radiographic examination shows that the root formation is incomplete. The most appropriate procedure after antibiotic therapy is:

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a) Apexogenesis
b) Pulpotomy
c) Apexification and subsequent root canal therapy
d) Partial pulpectomy
e) Extraction of the involved tooth

6) Q6. A 17-year-old female presents with severe gingival hyperplasia in the anterior region of the mandible. On examination the rest of the oral cavity is normal. There is no history of use of anti-epileptic drugs. Mode of treatment is:

One answer only.
a) Scaling and polishing
b) Gingivectomy
c) Stripping of the gingiva
d) Advise complete blood examination
e) Perform biopsy

7) Q7. Antibiotic therapy is unnecessary for:

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a) Periapical infections
b) Apical periodontics
c) Dentoalveolar abscess
d) Irreversible pulpitis
e) Dry socket

8) Q8. A 10-year-old female patient presents with a complaints of a mobile anterior tooth and severe pain. She gives history of a fall the previous day. Examination reveals a mobile upper left central incisor. Radiographic examination does not show evidence of root fracture. While splinting the tooth, it gets avulsed. The next step is:

One answer only.
a) Compress and pack the socket
b) Push the tooth back into the socket immediately
c) Wash the tooth under running water and carefully place it in the socket
d) Perform root canal therapy on the tooth and then replant it
e) Discard the tooth and advise a partial denture

9) Q9. A 38-year-old male presents with severe pain in his upper left I molar(26). On examination a deep distal pocket measuring 5 mm is noted. The tooth is sensitive to percussion. Radiograph reveals widening of the periodontal ligament. Treatment indicated is:

One answer only.
a) Scaling and polishing
b) Deep scaling followed by curettage
c) Emergency access opening for root canal therapy
d) Extraction of the involved tooth
e) Prescribe antibiotics and recall after 5 days

10) Q10. Localized shrinkage porosities in noble metal alloy castings are best avoided by

One answer only.
a) Placing the sprue at the greatest bulk of the pattern
b) Increasing the pressure during casting
c) Flaring the point of sprue attachment
d) Remaking the wax pattern
e) Increasing the thickness of investment material

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