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341 PDS INTRODUCTION TO PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY. Maximum recommended dose of 2% lidocaine for children is: a. 3.3 mg/kg b. 4.4 mg/kg c. 4 mg/kg d. 2.2 mg/kg.

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1 341 PDS INTRODUCTION TO PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY

2 Maximum recommended dose of 2% lidocaine for children is: a. 3.3 mg/kg b. 4.4 mg/kg c. 4 mg/kg d. 2.2 mg/kg

3 Excellent Go to the next question

4 Wrong The answer is b. 4.4 mg/kg Go to the next question

5 The contact area in SSC preparation should be: a. Broken gingivally with a feather-edge finish line b. Broken gingivally with a chamfer-edge finish line c. Broken gingivally and buccolingually with a feather-edge finish line d. Broken buccolingually with a feather-edge finish line

6 Excellent Go to the next question

7 Wrong The answer is c. Broken gingivally and buccolingually with a feather-edge finish line Go to the next question

8 Indication of systemic fluoride administration depends on: a. Age, caries risk, water fluoride level and parent-child cooperation b. Diet, age and caries risk c. Diet, caries risk and water fluoride level d. Caries risk, water fluoride level and parent-child cooperation

9 Excellent Go to the next question

10 Wrong The answer is a. Age, caries risk, water fluoride level and parent-child cooperation Go to the next question

11 Fluoride mouth rinses can reduce: a. 50 – 70 % of caries b. 20 – 40 % of caries c. 30 % of caries d. 50 % of caries

12 Excellent Go to the next question

13 Wrong The answer is b. 20 – 40 % of caries Go to the next question

14 Disturbance in the initiation stage of life cycle of the tooth will cause: a. Congenital absence of tooth b. Supernumerary teeth c. Amelogenesis imperfecta d. Enamel hypoplasia e. a and b f. all of the above

15 Excellent Go to the next question

16 Wrong The answer is e. a and b Go to the next question

17 Calcification takes place before matrix deposition and involves the precipitation of inorganic calcium salts within the deposited matrix. a. Trueb. False

18 Excellent Go to the next question

19 Wrong The answer is b. false Go to the next question

20 Varnish fluoride is indicated for patients with: a. High caries risk b. Teeth with deep fissure and grooves c. Decalcified teeth d. Orthodontic appliance e. a and c f. All of the above

21 Excellent Go to the next question

22 Wrong The answer is f. all of the above Go to the next question

23 In indirect pulp treatment of primary and young permanent teeth, the material of choice for pulp capping is: a. Zinc oxide eugenol cement b. Glass ionomer cement c. Polycarboxylate cement d. Calcium hydroxide cement e. None of the above

24 Excellent Go to the next question

25 Wrong The answer is d. calcium hydroxide cement Go to the next question

26 Radiograph is an important diagnostic aid in pulp therapy and it reveals: a. Degree of carious involvement b. Presence of a sinus c. Pulpal pathology d. Vitality of the tooth f. b and d e. a and c

27 Excellent Go to the next question

28 Wrong The answer is e. a and c Go to the next question

29 After the administration of local anesthetic agent the local complication could occur in the form of: a. Dizziness b. Dryness of mouth c. Hematoma d. Ulcer formation e. None of the above

30 Excellent That’s the end

31 Wrong The answer is c. hematoma That’s the end

32 GOOD JOB


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