Epulis fissuratum. Barbiturates. 1. fibrous elements. Distolingual, distobuccal, and retromolar pad with completed peripheral 612 MAY 1984 VOLUME 53 NUMBER 5 PRIMARY IMPRESSIONS FOR COMPLETE DENTURES Figs. 4. absorb moisture. A, Buccal shelf. 2. Electrosurgery. 3. have a mechanism of action similar to that of penicillin. 3. Which of the following will produce hemostasis when applied topically? Please write us a letter. A lingual plate is indicated as a major connector for a removable partial denture when, Conversion of a flush terminal plane to a mesial step/Class I terminal plane in the absence of orthodontics is primarily the result of, The canal of a maxillary canine has been instrumented to within 1mm of the apex and is ready to be obturated. 3. requires rapid palatal expansion. 3. is anxiolytic. Atropine. 2. to increase retention. 1. 3. pH of the gastrointestinal tract. The normal growing mandible exhibits which of the following characteristics? Prior to the surgery, this patient’s drug therapy should be modified by. 4. has a centric occlusion-centric relation (CO-CR) shift caused by occlusal interferences. A copper band that is removed when the impression is made. A previously well-controlled periodontal patient now demonstrates the presence of bleeding in 60% of sites and significantly increased probing depths. Labial vestibule That part of the denture that extends in this area is called the mandibular labial flange. The most likely cause of this bleeding is a/an, Patients with known prion diseases such as Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease are characterized by, The etiologic agent for necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis (NUG) is, The diagnostic information for a 10 year old patient with a mildly prognathic mandible and 0mm overjet and 0mm overbite should include. Pulp capping is the recommended procedure for carious exposures on primary teeth. Advantages of resin bonded bridges are Zygomatico-facial, Adequate position of a needle in the lumen of a blood vessel for a venipuncture is confirmed by the. 4. prednisolone. A moist retraction cord. 3. overbite. Movement of a mandibular distal extension (Class 1) partial denture away from the denture bearing tissues when the patient opens is primarily caused by, If there is insufficient arch space for a permanent tooth to erupt, the tooth may. 2. gastrointestinal perfusion. 3. phenytoin sodium. Clearance for occlusal function. Success of an endosseous dental implant is dependent upon 3. Please write us a letter. 4. a useful landmark in complete denture fabrication. 1. image definition. B- Mandibular denture Labial frenum It is a fold of mucous membrane that connects the mucosa of the lower lip to that of the alveolar process at the midline 46. 2. root width. Which of the following teeth are at greatest risk for developing root caries? 1. be rigid. 2. the tendon of the temporal muscle. Coronoid process. distolingual? A significant mechanism by which acetylsalicylic acid produces its analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect is. Early orthodontic treatment of a retrognathic mandible should occur, The occlusal parameter most useful to differentiate between an overbite of dental or skeletal origin is the. Orthodontic uprighting of the second molar. 3. masseter muscle. 2. 2. 1. provides good muscle relaxation. Pre-existing endodontic treatment. Pontic design for a porcelain fused to metal bridge should Fig. In a child with a high caries incidence, the most appropriate cement for a band and loop space maintainer is. Drowsiness. Gingival response to plaque microorganisms in elderly patients is, Track your progress and identify weak spots. The shape of the distobuccal flange of a mandibular denture is determined by the 2. history of spina bifida. 1. hyperparathyroidism. 1. allergy. Mandibular compound impression trimmed to receive peripheral wax. Papillary hyperplasia. Three fine crosses were made directly on the teeth with a No. 2. stabilize the abutment teeth. Centric relation off … 4. In periodontal disease, connective tissue destruction results from direct action of. The lingual-gingival promi- nence on the mandibular arch is minimal in most instances. If left untreated, a pyogenic granuloma will most likely, All of the following are well documented initiating factors of hairy tongue EXCEPT, A patient with pain, fever and unilateral parotid swelling following a general anesthetic most likely has. Preventing lifting away of denture during incising C. Stabilize the denture D. All of the above # Distobuccal flange of mandibular denture is influenced by: A. Masseter B. Buccinator C. Temporalis D. Platysma # Broad palatal seal indicates : A. 2. incorrect vertical angulation of the x-ray beam. 3. lower cost for patient. Maxillary crowding. 4. external oblique ridge. 4. 3. evaluate the modifications needed to create parallel guiding planes. Denture stomatitis can be associated with Diagnostic casts for a fixed bridge allow the dentist to A reduced horizontal overlap. Type A palatal form 47. 4. control thermal conductivity. 2. have unrepaired cleft palates. 3. Crown length for adequate retention-resistance. Remove all acrylic teeth and replace. Which of the following drugs has/have sedative properties? 4. allows gloves to slide on easier when the hands are moist. Labial. 0 votes. 2- thickness of the labial flanges of both denture; 3- vertical dimension and occlusion ; buccinator muscle. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Palpebral. Which of the following may affect probing depth measurements of a periodontal pocket? 2. is contraindicated in a patient with acute narrow angle glaucoma. Nausea. Premature loss of mandibular primary cuspids in Angle Class I and Class II cases results in increased Porcelain/ceramic thickness for fracture resistance. 2. 4. control thermal conductivity. 4. A pontic exerting too much pressure against the ridge may cause Which of the following is/are desirable in an overdenture abutment? 3. after etching, the bonding agent reduces microleakage. B, Distollngual turn. Which of the following drugs has/have antisialagogue properties? 3. calcification. 1. path of insertion of the planned removable partial denture. These results were not unexpected but indicate that more attention should be paid to border molding, final impression taking, and adaptation of denture and proper extension of flanges when fabricating mandibular dentures. 2. transmissible through saliva. Acetylsalicylic acid. The denture base must be contoured to permit the modulus to function freely, to avoid displacement of the denture. 2. need for hemostasis. 3. 3. Two small pits at the posterior aspect of the palate. Topical bovine thrombin. 1. Which of the following radiographs is best to diagnose caries and early alveolar bone loss? Which of the following diseases may cause an enlargement of the jaws, development of diastemas and/or a poorly fitting denture? The terminal plane relationship of primary second molars determines the, The etiology of an Angle Class II malocclusion in a 12 year old with an SNA = 82 and an SNB = 75 is most likely, Leeway space is most efficiently maintained by a/an, Which of the following drugs will influence your periodontal treatment planning? Loosening of upper denture while opening mouth : Excessive thickness of Distobuccal flange; Interference with coronoid process; 3. Angulation of the probe. 2. sharp line angles in the tooth preparation. 2. have unrepaired cleft palates. Clinical and radiographic examinations reveal tooth 4.7 has extensive distal caries and apical rarefying osteitis. 2. 4. the external oblique ridge. 2. have occlusal stops. What is the most appropriate appliance to correct an Angle Class I malocclusion with a labially tipped maxillary central incisor and spacing in a 15 year old patient? A major clinical problem of penicillin therapy is its. Dental implants are CONTRAINDICATED in patients who The superior portion of the muscle influences the hight of distobuccal flange of the maxillary denture. 2. tendon of the temporal muscle. 4. counteract any force transmitted by the retentive arm. When using forceps to extract a maxillary first molar, the forceps movement should be principally in the buccal direction because the, Post-immunization serological test results for a health care worker who has completed the series of vaccinations against hepatitis B reveals that their anti-HBsAg is less than the value required for immunity. Osteochondroma. Radiographically, the pulp chamber and the root canal space are obliterated, there is no evidence of caries and the periodontal ligament space appears normal. What structure is most likely to dislodge the distobuccal flange of a complete mandibular denture? 4. external oblique ridge. 4. ill-fitting dentures. Dentures (also known as false teeth) are prosthetic devices constructed to replace missing teeth, and are supported by the surrounding soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity.Conventional dentures are removable (removable partial denture or complete denture).However, there are many denture designs, some which rely on bonding or clasping onto teeth or dental implants (fixed prosthodontics). 3. 2. Microfibrillar collagen. Acetaminophen. 4. Parallelism of axial walls for facilitating the path of insertion. Using a coping and telescopic crown as the retainer on the second molar. 1. increase in the vertical dimension. - maxillary '6' excess of 3.0mm 2. a bevelled margin improves the edge strength of the composite resin. A good initial stability of the implant. 2. 2. arthritis. 1. 2. cyclosporine. 2. 4. gingival recession. 29. Volume.i COMPLETE DENTURE IMPRESSION TECHNIQUE 74,i, 8. 2. 2. an area which marks the movement of the soft palate. The distobuccal flange of the denture should be contoured to allow freedom for this action otherwise the denture will be displaced or the patient will experience soreness in this area. Which of the following signs and symptoms should be watched for before initiating the planned dental treatment? Scopolamine. what happens when the posterior maxillary buccal space is entirely filled with the denture flange? 1.2mm shoulder. 2. allow for complete coverage of the metal by the porcelain. D. the posterior teeth on the denture have a broad buccolingual width # The primary stress bearing area of maxillary complete denture is: A. Alveolar ridge B. Buccal flange C. Palate D. Posterior palatal seal area # The mean denture bearing area of edentulous mandible and … Subgingival calculus. 3. increase in the maxillary inter-molar width. 1. Using a heavy body material in the impression tray. 1. An external bleaching procedure has not been successful. 1. 4. use of an inappropriate luting material. 4. the procedure eliminates the need to polish the restoration. 4. 4. 1. 2. Incorrect injection technique. 24. Your instructions should be to, The pulpal floor of an occlusal amalgam preparation on a mandibular first premolar should, Endodontic therapy is CONTRAINDICATED in teeth with. The distobuccal flange of the denture should be contoured to allow freedom for this action otherwise the denture will be displaced or the pt. Gingival enlargement may result from the administration of 90 cavosurface margin. Reduced overjet. The placement of a retentive pin in the proximal regions of posterior teeth would MOST likely result in periodontal ligament perforation in the, A patient telephones and tells you he has just knocked out his front tooth but that it is still intact. The function(s) of the reciprocal clasp arm is/are to An anatomical wedge. 3. Mepivacaine. - maxillary '12' excess of 3.5mm 4. will experience soreness in this area • Mental Foramen - the anterior exit of the mandibular canal and the inferior alveolar nerve. Which of the following has analgesic, antipyretic and anti-inflammatory effects? 4. vascularity. Which of the following can increase the chances of successful osseointegration of a dental implant? Which of the following could cause phonetic problems for patients with removable dentures? Appropriate management for the relief of symptoms of primary herpetic gingivostomatitis in an immunocompromised patient may include A 1:1 crown to root ratio. 3. 4. Corticosteroids may be used for the management of Download : Download full-size image; Fig. FMA = 26° (N = 26°) Acyclovir capsules 200mg. Which of the following may be used to disinfect gutta-percha points? When The Plaque Index of Silness and Loe measures, When probing a healthy gingival sulcus with a 20g force, the tip of the periodontal probe is most likely located, Radiographs of a periodontally related osseous defect show the, Radiographs of a periodontally related osseous defect can be used to confirm the, A shift from bilateral crossbite with coincident midlines to a right-sided posterior crossbite with non-coincident midlines most likely indicates. Mandibular-Anatomic Landmarks Masseter Groove – the action of the masseter muscle reflects the buccinator muscle in a superior and medial direction . 1. 4. provides rapid induction and recovery. Immediate loading of the implant. 3. 4. presence of other substances in the gastrointestinal tract. Fig. 15 scalpel blade at the incisal edges of central incisors, the distopalatal cusps of second molars of maxillary dentures (Fig. 2. increasing the parallelism of walls. A. limit the distal extension of the mandibular denture. 3. 3. the undercut and non-undercut areas. Lidocaine. 3. The washing of hands must be performed before putting on and after removing gloves because it The survey of the diagnostic cast that is done as part of a removable partial denture design procedure is needed to What is the most likely diagnosis of a small well-circumscribed radiolucency at the apex of a vital mandibular incisor? 4. Which of the following bone lesions of the mandible is/are malignant? A 25 year old female in her first trimester of pregnancy presents with an acute dental infection. The most likely diagnosis is. The mesial furcation of the permanent maxillary first molar is best assessed from which aspect of the tooth? 1. is a benzodiazepine. Meperidine. 1. duration of the procedure. A survey of the master cast shows that the 3.5 and 3.7 abutments for a fixed partial denture have different paths of insertion with respect to 3.7. Increased overjet. 4. Inflammation of the facial nerve. A thinner matrix band. 2. secondary radiation. 3. easily located on a cast. 2. multiple myeloma. What muscle has the greatest effect on the extent and contour of the distobuccal corner of the mandibular denture flange? 1. rapid formation of cross linkages which limit penetration of pulp tissue. Nitroglycerin. 3. depth in the alveolus. The shape of the distobuccal border of a mandibular denture is determined by 1. the buccinator muscle. 1. unaltered. 8. contraction of the buccinator pulls the maxillary and mandibular buccal frenae backward. Which of the following could cause clicking sounds during speech in denture wearers? A large band of attached gingiva. 4. increase in the mandibular inter-molar width. 3. history of allergy to bananas, chestnuts or avocado. 2. 4. reduce clogging of cutting instruments. A. Multiple radiolucent lesions of the jaws are features of 2. • The distolingual extension is limited by the action of the superior constrictor muscle. 2. minimal effect on pulp tissues. A cast partial denture replacing teeth 3.5 - 3.8 and 4.5 - 4.8 was permanently relined with acrylic resin. 4. A 12 year old patient has the following cephalometric values: 3. 4. 1. Multiple well-defined multilocular radiolucencies of the maxilla and mandible in a 5 year old is most likely, Multiple osteomas and supernumerary teeth may be associated with. For a 4 year old child, the most appropriate management for a chronically infected, non-restorable primary first molar is to, Premature loss of a primary maxillary second molar usually produces a malocclusion in the permanent dentition that is characterized by, For a 1 year old child with primary herpetic gingivostomatitis, the most appropriate management is to, The normal differential white cell count for neutrophils is. Where should the male part of the attachment ideally be located? 4. history of eczema. 4. radiotherapy. Firm contact between approximating teeth is important because it. Diazepam 3. are taking anticoagulants. 2. reduce frictional heat. A 10 year old patient with a lateral functional shift due to a maxillary bilateral posterior crossbite 2. is non-explosive and non-flammable. 10. Which of the following antibiotics is the most appropriate for a patient with an open fracture of the mandible? Which of the following could cause clicking sounds during speech in denture wearers? D. determine the location of the posterior palatal seal of the maxillary denture. 2. evaluate the retention potential of the abutment teeth. Pulpotomy is the treatment of choice in pulp exposures of asymptomatic vital teeth with incompletely formed apices. For a cast gold restoration, a gingival bevel is used instead of a shoulder because a bevel Absorbable gelatin sponge. Middle lingual. 11. 2. A fracture in an all ceramic crown may be caused by Aging pulps show a relative increase in 3. place the porcelain metal joint away from the soft tissues. 4. 1. angulation. 1. 1. for esthetics. 3. place the porcelain metal joint away from the soft tissues. 4. arrested. Lateral nasal. 4. 4. autoclave resistant. … Propoxyphene has the potential for drug abuse because. Fibrous dysplasia. 3. inadequate denture hygiene. 1. B, Retromolar pad. 4. 3. incorrect horizontal angulation of the x-ray beam. 2. have a narrower spectrum than penicillin. 1. 4. produces amnesia. Vitality tests give negative readings. Dental implants are CONTRAINDICATED in patients who A patient has suffered a blow resulting in the loosening of three maxillary incisors. Probing force. Pallor and perspiration. A larger diameter condenser tip. 2. Which patient would NOT be predisposed to liver toxicity following a dose of 1,000mg of acetaminophen? Benzodiazepines. Pain in Mandibular Joint Discomfort Causes Solutions Pain in Mandibular joint 1. 2. mesial movement of the maxilla. 2. Medial pterygoid muscles. After many caries free years a 78 year old patient develops multiple root surface caries. During matrix placement for a Class II cavity preparation, a wedge is placed to
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