Dentistry

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Dentistry
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  1. The apex is defined as the:
    most terminal portion of the root
  2. The malocclusion pictured is normal in ( ) breeds.
    Brachycephalic
  3. What is the brushing frequency recommended to prevent the formation of new tartar?
    once daily
  4. The depth of a normal gingival sulcus for a cat is:
    0.5 to 1mm
  5. Which tooth is the upper right carnassial tooth?
    P4
  6. When charting during a dental a dental prophylaxis, what does a tooth that is crossed out indicate?
    it has been extracted
  7. Name the instrument pictured:
    Sickle scaler
  8. At what age should a canine have all permanent teeth?
    5-7 months
  9. Herbivores with constantly growing and erupting teeth are known as:
    Hypsodonts
  10. Which of these instruments is used to detect FORL lesions?
    Shepard's hook
  11. What is the maximum amount of time an ultrasonic scaler should be in contact with an individual tooth?
    10-15 seconds
  12. The left mandibular first molar is number:
    309
  13. Which statement about dental prophylaxis is least accurate?
    The ultrasonic scaler can be used to remove tartar on cementum.
  14. An oronasal fistula can occur from an apical abscess of which tooth?
    C1
  15. The most common oral disease of herbivores is:
    Malocclusion from overgrown teeth
  16. What is the name of the radiographic technique used to take intra-oral films?
    Shadow technique
  17. The most common reason for retained roots in cats is:
    FORL or EOR
  18. What is the name of the dental specialty associated with root canal therapy?
    Endodontics
  19. Which of the following surfaces most commonly requires floating in horses?
    Buccal surface of upper teeth & lingual surface of lower teeth
  20. Wolf teeth in the equine are:
    Premolars
  21. On oral examination, a cat has red and swollen gums with bleeding upon probing and 1mm gingival pockets. There are no furcation exposures or mobile teeth. This would be considered Grade ( ) Gingivitis:
    II
  22. Which method of trimming rabbit incisors is the most effective in protecting against splitting the incisors?
    Diamond bur dremel tool
  23. What is the order of a proper basic dental prophylaxis?
    External oral exam, Charting, Sealing, Polishing, Lavage, Fluoride
  24. During your external oral exam you notice left-side unilateral bloody nasal discharge, what might you expect to find during your internal oral exam?
    ONF 204
  25. Lighted nasal speculums are good visualizing rabbit premolars and molars. (t/f)
    True
  26. A float is an instrument for extracting equine teeth. (t/f)
    False
  27. Feline stomatitis is often treated with full mouth extraction. (t/f)
    True
  28. It is against the law for an RVT to extract teeth in California. (t/f)
    False
  29. The most commonly retained deciduous tooth is 103. (t/f)
    False
  30. An epulis is a benign growth of gingival tissue. (t/f)
    True
  31. Peg teeth in rabbits are remnant canine teeth. (t/f)
    False
  32. Extra-oral radiographs produce greater quality detail that intra-oral radiographs. (t/f)
    False
  33. This instrument can be used:
    On the cervical region t ofeel for FORL's or caries lesions
  34. This instrument can be used:
    To probe for periodontal pockets
  35. This instrument can be used:
    To clean and debride subgingivally in the periodontal pockets

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