Which of the following could cause clicking sounds during speech in denture wearers? 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. 2. mesial movement of the maxilla. … 4. the procedure eliminates the need to polish the restoration. 3. in higher numbers in blood than HIV. Which of the following may be used to disinfect gutta-percha points? Overlapping contacts on a bitewing radiograph result from When designing a removable partial denture, changing the tilt of the cast on the surveyor alters the 4. locate the height of contour abutment teeth. 3. Please write us a letter. what happens when the posterior maxillary buccal space is entirely filled with the denture flange? 4. a useful landmark in complete denture fabrication. 4. Incorrect injection technique. The most appropriate management is to, Typically, vital pulps of elderly patients. • The distolingual extension is limited by the action of the superior constrictor muscle. 3. be coated with an appropriate adhesive. 2. transmissible through saliva. 3. 2. Radiographically, the pulp chamber and the root canal space are obliterated, there is no evidence of caries and the periodontal ligament space appears normal. 1. tooth structure conservation. The vibrating line of the palate is 3. to reach sound tooth structure. The health care worker should, A patient presents with pain from tooth 4.7 which is an abutment for a 4 unit bridge from 4.4 to 4.7. 2. 2. reduce frictional heat. Which of the following antibiotics is the most appropriate for a patient with an open fracture of the mandible? A. limit the distal extension of the mandibular denture. Which of the following sweeteners used in sugarless gum is most effective in preventing caries? 3. asthma. The normal growing mandible exhibits which of the following characteristics? Lidocaine. Diazepam PRESENTED BY : NABID ANJUM MDS 1ST YEAR DEPARTMENT OF PROSTHODONTICS 2. 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. 3. 4. 4. 3. masseter muscle. will experience soreness in this area • Mental Foramen - the anterior exit of the mandibular canal and the inferior alveolar nerve. A significant mechanism by which acetylsalicylic acid produces its analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect is. Probing force. Acyclovir capsules 200mg. 1. should not be treated until growth is complete. Osteochondroma. The shape of the distobuccal flange of a mandibular denture is determined by the; An extreme overjet, a recessive chin and a deep labial mento-labial sulcus are common findings in which facial type? An overextended distobuccal corner of a mandibular denture will push against which muscle during function? Acetaminophen. 4. improved esthetics compared to traditional bridges. 2. Which of the following is CONTRAINDICATED for this patient? 2. to increase retention. 3. 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. 2. the tendon of the temporal muscle. 2. 2. 2. the position of the survey line on the cast. A. Retromolar pad. 3. decortication. 4. history of eczema. A large band of attached gingiva. 4. 4. the external oblique ridge. 54 Retromylohyoid space lies at the distal end of the alveololingual sulcus. Diameter of the probe tip. 4. presence of other substances in the gastrointestinal tract. Fig. The most appropriate treatment of chronic sclerosing osteomyelitis of the mandible includes 3. history of allergy to bananas, chestnuts or avocado. 1. Which of the following radiographs is best to diagnose caries and early alveolar bone loss? 3. 2. short chair-side time. 1. loose teeth. 3. delayed. Which of the following drugs has/have antisialagogue properties? A reduced horizontal overlap. 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. A. Propoxyphene has the potential for drug abuse because. 2. 1. 2. Which of the following may affect probing depth measurements of a periodontal pocket? 1. be rigid. Causes of Complete Denture Failures: 1. Dental implants are CONTRAINDICATED in patients who The best way to protect the abutments of a Class I removable partial denture from the negative effects of the additional load applied to them is by. What is the most likely diagnosis of a small well-circumscribed radiolucency at the apex of a vital mandibular incisor? 1. the buccinator muscle. A lack of denture retention. 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? Posterior teeth placed in a buccal position. Which of the following clinical findings is NOT associated with combination (Kelly’s) syndrome? Distolingual, distobuccal, and retromolar pad with completed peripheral 612 MAY 1984 VOLUME 53 NUMBER 5 PRIMARY IMPRESSIONS FOR COMPLETE DENTURES Figs. Preventing ingress of food and saliva beneath denture base B. 1. Which of the following will produce hemostasis when applied topically? Firm contact between approximating teeth is important because it. 4. the direction of forces applied to the partial denture. 2. 1. unaltered. 4. provides rapid induction and recovery. Porcelain/ceramic thickness for fracture resistance. B. affect the position and arrangement of the posterior teeth. This is most likely the result of, The angle SNA can be used to evaluate the. Inflammation of the facial nerve. A mandibular fracture during normal mastication is most likely to occur in a patient with. A patient has suffered a blow resulting in the loosening of three maxillary incisors. 47. 2. bleeding gingiva. 2. subgingival finish line. Completed maxillary primary impression. 1. Orthodontic tooth movement is generally more efficient with adolescents than in adults because of the difference in 3. Start studying Pros 6018 Chapter 9. Oxidized cellulose. what muscle affects the mandibular distobuccal flanges? Middle lingual. Which of the following can be considered to compensate for the lack of parallelism between abutments when a severely tilted second molar is to be included in a fixed bridge? 2. 4. cover the hard palate. 2. evaluate the retention potential of the abutment teeth. 1. 2. have a narrower spectrum than penicillin. 2- thickness of the labial flanges of both denture; 3- vertical dimension and occlusion ; buccinator muscle. Following very early loss of a primary tooth, the eruption of the permanent successor could be 2. arch width. Orthodontic uprighting of the second molar. 4. 4. Advanced ridge resorption. Two small pits at the posterior aspect of the palate. Properties of glutaraldehyde include Epulis fissuratum. What structure is most likely to dislodge the distobuccal flange of a complete mandibular denture? A cast partial denture replacing teeth 3.5 - 3.8 and 4.5 - 4.8 was permanently relined with acrylic resin. C. Mylohyoid muscle. 3. pain. Drowsiness. Deeper overbite. 1. malalignment of teeth. 1. allergy. Absence of extensive restorations. The air-water spray used as a coolant in high speed cutting of a cavity will 4. 3. keep the operating site clean. 2. minimal effect on pulp tissues. Prior to the surgery, this patient’s drug therapy should be modified by. Increased overjet, moderate facial convexity and a deep labio-mental sulcus is most characteristic of which facial type? A 12 year old patient has the following cephalometric values: Vitality tests give negative readings. 4. assess the esthetics using a diagnostic wax-up. Which of the following should be considered when assessing the difficulty of removal of an impacted mandibular third molar? 1. 3. radiographic contrast. Under extension in the distal lingual flanges of the mandibular denture is common. 4. A major clinical problem of penicillin therapy is its. 1. Only registered users can add explanations. 2. the rate of growth. Absorbable gelatin sponge. Benzodiazepines. 1. Volume.i COMPLETE DENTURE IMPRESSION TECHNIQUE 74,i, 8. 2. stabilize the abutment teeth. Electrosurgery. Including a non-ridge connector in the fixed partial denture design. It is a free application that has the ability to connect people to learn and share knowledge. 1. decrease pulp damage. 1. A larger diameter condenser tip. The shape of the distobuccal border of a mandibular denture is determined by 1. the buccinator muscle. 2. is contraindicated in a patient with acute narrow angle glaucoma. 2. 2) The mandibular vestibule and labial flange: The part of the denture that extends between the labial notch and the buccal notch is called the mandibular labial flange. Procaine is a local anaesthetic which is chemically classified as an, When developer solution is old and oxydized, radiographs will appear. 1. are over age 80. The amount of radiation is best reduced by. These bundles are surrounded by connective tissue sheaths and grouped together into still larger bundles. An 8 year old patient with all primary molars still present exhibits a cusp-to-cusp relationship of permanent maxillary and mandibular first molars and good alignment of the lower incisors. 3. is anxiolytic. 1. formulation of the drug. 4. The most appropriate radiograph to assess an interproximal vertical bony defect of the alveolar bone is the, Following periodontal flap surgery, the most common cause of recurrence of pockets is, Overlapped interproximal contacts in a bite-wing radiograph are caused by an X-ray tube cone. 2. incorrect vertical angulation of the x-ray beam. The selection of a vasoconstrictor for a local anesthetic depends upon the Using a heavy body material in the impression tray. 3. minimizes the transient bacteria which could contaminate hands through small pinholes. Nitroglycerin. Ewing's tumor. Feel like you need to contact us? Medial pterygoid muscles. Papillary hyperplasia. 4. placing a gingival bevel. 4. reduce clogging of cutting instruments. 4. type of procedure. Microfibrillar collagen. Please write us a letter. 29. Which of the following are possible causes of Bell’s Palsy? Warfarin, Which of the following nerves are anesthetized by an infraorbital nerve block? The most likely diagnosis is. 2. A serrated condenser tip. The most appropriate initial management is to, A patient complains of the discolouration of an unrestored maxillary central incisor. 3. the quality of cooperation. 3. The most appropriate management would be to. 4. control thermal conductivity. If a polyvinyl siloxane material is used to make the final impression for a maxillary cast restoration, the impression tray must What is the earliest age that the diagnosis of a congenitally missing mandibular second bicuspid can be confirmed? 4. radiation dose. Dexamethasone elixir 0.5mg/ml. Topical bovine thrombin. 1. are over age 80. The washing of hands must be performed before putting on and after removing gloves because it 3. easily located on a cast. 4. has a centric occlusion-centric relation (CO-CR) shift caused by occlusal interferences. 3. excellent disinfection against oral flora. - maxillary '6' excess of 3.0mm Angulation of the probe. 1. protects the enamel. Which of the following diseases may cause an enlargement of the jaws, development of diastemas and/or a poorly fitting denture? 3. 3. improves marginal adaptation. 3. During matrix placement for a Class II cavity preparation, a wedge is placed to 2. arthritis. 4. The most appropriate time to remove a supernumerary tooth that is disturbing the eruption of a permanent tooth is, A patient presents with hypodontia, conical teeth, fine, scanty, fair hair, and an intolerance to hot weather. 2. sharp line angles in the tooth preparation. Immediate loading of the implant. 3. incorrect horizontal angulation of the x-ray beam. 3. a period of non-function. 3. medical status of the patient. Posterior teeth placed in a buccal position. Labial vestibule That part of the denture that extends in this area is called the mandibular labial flange. 3. aid in the creation of a contact. Hemisecting the second molar. The availability of dense cancellous bone. 2. need for hemostasis. 4. Osteosarcoma. Tooth reduction for anterior tooth preparation for metal-ceramic and all ceramic crowns is dictated by which of the following factor(s)? Cortisone. Pontic design for a porcelain fused to metal bridge should 4. leeway space. Meperidine. 3. inadequate denture hygiene. Hyperventilation. A moist retraction cord. Track your progress and identify weak spots. Sharp, prominent mylohyoid ridges. 1. biocompatibility of the material. D. Pterygomandibular raphe. The risk of latex allergy increases with a/an The amount of radiation is best reduced by The shape of the distobuccal flange of a mandibular denture is determined by the 1. buccinator muscle. The distobuccal border of the mandibular denture must converge rapidly to avoid displacement by the contracting pressure of the masseter muscle. When a partial denture is to be fabricated where occlusal adjustment of the natural teeth is required, this should be performed, A crown margin can be extended subgingivally when required 1. fibrous elements. 4. may cause cholestatic hepatitis. 3. calcification. Which of the following is an acceptable means to obtain the gingival retraction that isneeded when using an elastomeric impression material for making a final impression in fixed prosthodontics? 1. 10. 1. A, Buccal shelf. 2. is non-explosive and non-flammable. 3. is a potent anesthetic. Shortly after the administration of an inferior alveolar nerve block, a healthy adult patient rapidly develops a facial rash. 1. provide for a rigid restoration. 1. A semi-precision attachment is chosen rather than preparing the teeth again. What muscle has the greatest effect on the extent and contour of the distobuccal corner of the mandibular denture flange? 4. arrested. 2. Wax base development for complete denture impressions Edward M. Appelbaum, D.D.S.,* and Henry C. Rivetti, D.D.S. Fig. 4. radiotherapy. 2. Mandibular-Anatomic Landmarks Masseter Groove – the action of the masseter muscle reflects the buccinator muscle in a superior and medial direction . 1. increased exposure to latex. SNA = 87° (N = 82°) Which of the following conditions is the most likely cause of a maxillary midline diastema? Muscle is a soft tissue made up of a large number of fibres bound together by connective tissue into bundles,or fascicles. Dental implants are CONTRAINDICATED in patients who 4. the crown/root ratio. Download : Download full-size image; Fig. Feel like you need to contact us? Denture stomatitis can be associated with 4. Clinical and radiographic examinations reveal tooth 4.7 has extensive distal caries and apical rarefying osteitis. 5.istal landmarks. Which of the following should be evaluated for surgical removal before new complete dentures are fabricated? 2. hypertrophy of the soft tissue. Myology – study of muscles. 4. 3. the undercut and non-undercut areas. 1. image definition. In periodontal disease, connective tissue destruction results from direct action of. Gingival enlargement may result from the administration of 1. 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. Bioavailability of orally administered drugs may be influenced by Radiographs of a periodontally-related osseous defect can be used to confirm the, The redness of inflamed gingiva is due to. Multiple radiolucent lesions of the jaws are features of 4. gingival recession. Clinical Consideration: During impression procedure the vestibule should be completely filled with impression material for proper border contact between denture and tissues. In a free-end distal extension partial denture, the most effective means of limiting applied loads to abutment teeth is by, Radiographic examination reveals early evidence of internal resorption. The surgical risk for a patient with organic heart disease depends upon. 1. hyperparathyroidism. 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 … 4. The section of cheek over the distobuccal flanges must act to retain the denture. Which of the following could cause phonetic problems for patients with removable dentures? Which of the following 'in office' preventive procedures is most practical and effective for an uncooperative 4-year old patient from a non-compliant family? 3. 3. 3. phenytoin sodium. 4. 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. 4. 24. 4. minimal effectiveness against viruses and spores. 2. The most appropriate management would be to, During the administration of local anesthesia, positive aspiration of blood will occur most often in a/an, Twenty-four hours following the simple extraction of tooth 4.7, a patient presents with severe bleeding from the extraction site. 1. intravenous antibiotics followed by long term oral antibiotics. 1. rapid formation of cross linkages which limit penetration of pulp tissue. A nonbalanced occlusion. Reduced overjet. ** Fairleigh Dickinson University, School of Dentistry, Hackensack, N.J. J-VJ-any techniques and materials related to impres- sions for complete dentures have been reported in the literature and used in clinical practice.1'2 The diffences in techniques for final … Edema of the lips. 4. 1. tissue/bone reaction. 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. The denture base must be contoured to permit the modulus to function freely, to avoid displacement of the denture. Centric relation off … 7), and the distobuccal cusps of mandibular dentures (Fig. Which of the following is a possible cause for a low density radiograph (light film)? Mandibular dentures will always be narrowest in the anterior labial region . 3. lower cost for patient. 1. separate the teeth. For a cast gold restoration, a gingival bevel is used instead of a shoulder because a bevel 3. 4. increases the thickness of gold. 3. 1. candida albicans infection. 2. 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. 3. 0 votes. Significance: In the area of buccal flange of denture base where it rounds the distobuccal area of alveolar tubercle, sometimes a small muscle attachment is seen. Remove all acrylic teeth and replace. 4. allows gloves to slide on easier when the hands are moist. will experience soreness in this area. 4. control thermal conductivity. 3. pH of the gastrointestinal tract. Loosening of upper denture while opening mouth : Excessive thickness of Distobuccal flange; Interference with coronoid process; 3. Fig. 2. 3. excessive occlusal load. 2. xerostomia. A smooth, elevated, red patch devoid of filiform papillae, located in the midline of the dorsum of the tongue immediately anterior to the circumvallate papillae is indicative of, When probing a healthy gingival sulcus with a 20g force, the tip of the periodontal probe is most likely located. C. limit the thickness of the denture flange in the maxillary buccal space. 2. tendon of the temporal muscle. Pulpotomy is the treatment of choice in pulp exposures of asymptomatic vital teeth with incompletely formed apices. 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. 1. path of insertion of the planned removable partial denture. An excessive occlusal vertical dimension. 2. accelerated. Phenytoin. 3. are taking anticoagulants. 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. A good initial stability of the implant. 4. increase in the mandibular inter-molar width. 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. When contouring the lower denture, all surfaces must be in harmony with the surrounding contacting tissues. 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. An unerupted supernumerary tooth between the permanent maxillary central incisors is commonly associated with which of the following clinical observations? 1. angulation. 1. provide for a rigid restoration. 2. cyclosporine. 3. Aging pulps show a relative increase in Quizzn is a service that bears only one goal - to make the learning process interactive, social, and easy. During a normal chewing cycle, which of the following has/have maximum EMG activity when the teeth are in maximum intercuspation? 1. fracture of the solder joints. Anterior teeth that are too long. 1. for esthetics. Which local anesthetic should be used to achieve the longest pain relief for a patient requiring the surgical extraction of tooth 3.8? 2. have unrepaired cleft palates. 4. have uncontrolled diabetes mellitus. The survey of the diagnostic cast that is done as part of a removable partial denture design procedure is needed to The distobuccal flange of the denture should be contoured to allow freedom for this action otherwise the denture will be displaced or the pt. A pontic exerting too much pressure against the ridge may cause The patient has most likely developed. 1. 4. external oblique ridge. Fibrous dysplasia. The most appropriate management is, The inferior border of the lingual bar of a removable partial denture should, A laboratory remount of processed dentures is done in order to correct occlusal disharmony produced by errors primarily in the, A characteristic of a group function occlusion is. 1. 4. external oblique ridge. Respiratory depression. Using a coping and telescopic crown as the retainer on the second molar. Which of the following radiographic investigations results in the lowest effective dose? SNB = 80° (N = 80°) 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). 1 to 5, 8, 10, and 11. After many caries free years a 78 year old patient develops multiple root surface caries. Fig. Which of the following bone lesions of the mandible is/are malignant? Procaine. Advantages of resin bonded bridges are 3. A copper band that is removed when the impression is made. 3. masseter muscle. 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. 8). 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. The risk of transmission of Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) is greater than that of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) because HBV is 4. vascularity. 2. an area which marks the movement of the soft palate. Parallelism of axial walls for facilitating the path of insertion. D. determine the location of the posterior palatal seal of the maxillary denture. 2. Which of the following signs and symptoms should be watched for before initiating the planned dental treatment? 2. increasing the parallelism of walls. A 10 year old patient with a lateral functional shift due to a maxillary bilateral posterior crossbite 4. counteract any force transmitted by the retentive arm. Appropriate management for the relief of symptoms of primary herpetic gingivostomatitis in an immunocompromised patient may include 1. a bevelled margin produces a more favorable surface for etching. The most likely cause of the problem is. 3. overbite. 3. 90 cavosurface margin. Which of the following is/are possible side effect(s) of codeine? What is the primary etiologic factor for generalized aggressive periodontitis? Masseter muscles. Diagnostic casts for a fixed bridge allow the dentist to 2. history of spina bifida. 2. increases retention. 2. gastrointestinal perfusion. Which pontic type is best for a knife edge residual ridge where esthetics is not a major concern? 1. A thinner matrix band. In an edentulous patient, the coronoid process. 4. immediate loading. 2. tendon of the temporal muscle. Local anesthetics interfere with the transport of which of the following ions? Excessive bulk in the palatal area. Loosening of Denture While Smiling : Due to inadequate relief of the buccal frenum; 2. 1. 1. addition of an occlusal dovetail. A patch test should be taken. contraction of the buccinator pulls the maxillary and mandibular buccal frenae backward. Which of the following is/are side effects of rapid maxillary expansion? 1. visualize the direction of the occlusal forces. A patient receiving daily corticosteroid therapy for the past six months requires surgical extraction of tooth 3.8. Which of the following has analgesic, antipyretic and anti-inflammatory effects? 3. basal cell nevus syndrome. 15 scalpel blade at the incisal edges of central incisors, the distopalatal cusps of second molars of maxillary dentures (Fig. PIDC.DEPARTMENT OF PROSTHODONTICS. Which patient would NOT be predisposed to liver toxicity following a dose of 1,000mg of acetaminophen? Maxillary crowding. 4. absorb moisture. The lingual-gingival promi- nence on the mandibular arch is minimal in most instances. Mandibular-Anatomic Landmarks Masseter Groove - the action of the masseter muscle reflects the buccinator muscle in a superior and medial direction . Gingival response to plaque microorganisms in elderly patients is, Track your progress and identify weak spots.
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