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2011-09-27 18:28:45
Ch48 Fill blanks multiple choice

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  1. The dentist will place a direct "blank" to replace decayed tooth structure.
  2. An internal surface of a cavity preparation is the
    Cavity wall
  3. The dentist will place "blank" within a cavity preparation to help retain and support the restorative material
    retention form
  4. A space between two teeth is a
  5. An "blank" is a thin layer of restorative material used to correct the facial surgace of a tooth.
  6. "blank" is the cavity preparation step that allows the dentist easier access when restoring a tooth
    convenience form
  7. the "blank" is an internal wall of the cavity preparation that is perpendicular to the long axis of the tooth.
    pulpal wall
  8. "blank" is another term of decay
  9. the "blank" is the design and specific shape of the cavity preparation used by the dentist to restore a tooth
    outline form
  10. a common term used when describing restorative and esthetic dentistry is
    operative dentistry
  11. the junction of the two walls in a cavity preparation forms a "blank"
    line angle
  12. an "blank" is an internal wall of a cavity preparation that runs parallel to the long axis of the tooth
    axial wall
  13. restorative dentistry is often referred to as
    operative dentistry
  14. another term for decay is
  15. the process of removing decay is known as
    cavity preparation
  16. which wall of the cavity preparation is perpendicular to the long axis of the tooth
    pulpal floor /(wall)
  17. where would you find a class I restoration in the mouth
    • occlusal surface
    • buccal pit of posterior teeth
    • lingual pit of anterior teeth
  18. how many surfaces could a class II restoration affect
    • two
    • three
  19. Which tooth could have a class II restoration
    tooth #13
  20. What restorative material would be set up for a class IV restorative procedures
    composite resin
  21. what kind of moisture control is recommended for class III and IV procedures
    dental dam
  22. what population has a higher incidence of class V lesions
    older adults
  23. why would an intermediate restoration be placed
    • health of the tooth
    • waiting for a permanent restoration
    • financial reasons
  24. what tooth surface would receive a veneer
  25. the types of veneers commonly placed are
    • direct composite resin
    • indirect porcelain
  26. Indications for tooth whitening are
    • extrinsic stains
    • aged teeth
    • intrinsic stains
  27. what is used to hold tooth-whitening gel on the teeth
    thermoplastic tray
  28. an ingredient of the tooth-whitening gel on the teeth
    thermoplastic tray
  29. an ingredient of the tooth-whitening strip is
    hydrogen peroxide
  30. what adverse effect may a patient experience during a tooth whitening
  31. what classification would an MOD on tooth #14 be referred to as
    class II
  32. what classification would a lingual pit on tooth #8 be reffered to as
    Class I
  33. What classification would require the use a matrix system
    • class II
    • class III