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Chapter 48 MOD 312 Unit-2 GENERAL DENTISTRY
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Retract the patient's cheek as necessary
Which of the following is not an expanded function for a dental assistant?
The pulpal floor is also known as the _____ wall.
The internal surface of a cavity preparation is the :
d) both a and c............
a) can cause blotches o the teeth is not used properly c) is inhibited by saliva
The fastest way to whiten teeth is:
Tooth whitening is permanent
Which statement is NOT true concerning tooth whitening ?
Veneers have an unlimited lifespan
Which statement is not true concerning veneers ?
d) all of the above............
a) improve the appearance of anterior b) improve alignment of: c) close spaces between
The purpose of a veneer is to _____ teeth.
A temporary restoration that can be placed in any tooth or surface for a short period of time is also known as a(an) _____ restoration.
When using retention pins, one pin is placed for each missing cusp
Which statement is true ?
An example of a restorative dental procedure is a(n) :
A veneer is applied to the ____ surface of a prepared tooth :
The retention pin has deep threads that grip the dentin when screwed into tooth structure
Which of the following statements is true of retention pins ?
The class V lesion location 3will determine the type of restorative material selected
Which of the following statements is true ?
The usual material of choice for class III and class IV restorations is :
Class II restorations are found on :
preparing, mixing, and transferring dental materials
The dental assistant's responsibilities in a restorative procedure include :
_____ form of cavity preparation is when the dentist determines the primary shape and placement of cavity walls.
Esthetic dentistry is primarily devoted to improving the appearance of teeth, by either restoring imperfections with direct and indirect restorative materials, or with the use of :
Mylar matrix system
During a Class III or IV restoration, the dentist may use a ____ to help reproduce the correct contours and contact.
Lesions of class V decay usually occur on the ____ third of the smooth surface of a tooth.
During a Class III restoration, the dentist will access the tooth from the ____ surface to minimize the size of the restoration.
When one or both of the proximal surfaces are removed during a restoration, there is no support to hold the material in place, so a ______ must be used to replace these walls during the procedure.
A comprehensive Class II restoration may involve as many as ____ surfaces of a tooth.
Usually _____ material is selected for the permanent restoration of a Class I lesion.
Decay that involves the lingual pit of a maxillary incisor is a class :
A class I restoration involves ____ tooth surface(s).
provide moisture control by using the high-velocity suction
The dental assistant's role during a permanent restorative procedure is to :
the size and position of the pulp of the tooth
Complete the state: "When completing a permanent restoration, the dentist should have knowledge of:
d) both a and b...........
a) veneer b) teeth bleaching
A example of esthetic dentistry includes :
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