Which of the following is/are desirable in an overdenture abutment? 4. locate the height of contour abutment teeth. 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. A major clinical problem of penicillin therapy is its. 3) Buccal frenum: 1- This attachment connects with continuous band through the corner of the mouth And on â¦ 4. reduce clogging of cutting instruments. Which of the following conditions is the most likely cause of a maxillary midline diastema? Triamcinolone acetonide in Orabase. 4. placing a gingival bevel. Which of the following diseases may cause an enlargement of the jaws, development of diastemas and/or a poorly fitting denture? Pontic design for a metal-ceramic bridge should When 1. protects the enamel. It is a free application that has the ability to connect people to learn and share knowledge. Which patient is LEAST likely to be predisposed to liver toxicity following a dose of 1,000 mg of acetaminophen? Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. 3. in higher numbers in blood than HIV. 4. counteract any force transmitted by the retentive arm. Masseter; superior constrictor ... What are the three effects of extending the lingual flange of the mandibular complete denture in the middle third of the alveolingual sulcus? 1. for esthetics. what muscle affects the mandibular distobuccal flanges? 4. vascularity. Which of the following will produce hemostasis when applied topically? 3. is a potent anesthetic. 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. Which of the following anesthetic agents is/are metabolized by plasma cholinesterase? Microfibrillar collagen. 10. will experience soreness in this area â¢ Mental Foramen - the anterior exit of the mandibular canal and the inferior alveolar nerve. 4. increases the thickness of gold. 3. 4. prednisolone. Gingival response to plaque microorganisms in elderly patients is, Track your progress and identify weak spots. 1. A radiograph indicates that the master cone is 2.5mm short of the apex. The management of this patient should be to. 2. have unrepaired cleft palates. 4. 3. basal cell nevus syndrome. Masseter muscles. Deeper overbite. 2. need for hemostasis. 1. 4. 1. may be cross-allergenic with penicillin. 4. use of an inappropriate luting material. Radiographically, the pulp chamber and the root canal space are obliterated, there is no evidence of caries and the periodontal ligament space appears normal. Multiple radiolucent lesions of the jaws are features of 1. unaltered. ** 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 â¦ 4. type of procedure. Surgical trauma. Fig. A 25 year old female in her first trimester of pregnancy presents with an acute dental infection. Please write us a letter. Diazepam 4. Which of the following teeth are at greatest risk for developing root caries? 4. ill-fitting dentures. Posterior teeth placed in a buccal position. The most appropriate initial management is to, A patient complains of the discolouration of an unrestored maxillary central incisor. 4. history of eczema. â¢ position and action of the masseter muscle When border molding a mandibular custom tray that will be used for a final denture impression: â¢ The distobuccal extension is determined by the position and action of the masseter muscle. 2. allow for complete coverage of the metal by the porcelain. 3. asthma. 3. aid in the creation of a contact. 3. inadequate denture hygiene. 2. design. 4. 3. is anxiolytic. 1. fracture of the solder joints. Middle lingual. 3. decortication. An overextended distobuccal corner of a mandibular denture will push against which muscle during function? 4. immediate loading. Pulpotomy is the treatment of choice in pulp exposures of asymptomatic vital teeth with incompletely formed apices. 1. 1. 2. root width. An unerupted supernumerary tooth between the permanent maxillary central incisors is commonly associated with which of the following clinical observations? Digastric muscles. Mandibular tori. Pre-existing endodontic treatment. Propoxyphene has the potential for drug abuse because. 2. 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. Procaine is a local anaesthetic which is chemically classified as an, When developer solution is old and oxydized, radiographs will appear. Download : Download full-size image; Fig. 1. 2. arch width. 4. 2. tendon of the temporal muscle. Barbiturates. What is the most likely diagnosis of a small well-circumscribed radiolucency at the apex of a vital mandibular incisor? The shape of the distobuccal border of a mandibular denture is determined by What is the most likely cause of a maxillary denture dislodging when the patient opens wide or makes extreme lateral excursions? Zygomatico-facial, Adequate position of a needle in the lumen of a blood vessel for a venipuncture is confirmed by the. When designing a removable partial denture, changing the tilt of the cast on the surveyor alters the 4. the procedure eliminates the need to polish the restoration. Porcelain/ceramic thickness for fracture resistance. Advanced ridge resorption. Which pontic type is best for a knife edge residual ridge where esthetics is not a major concern? 1. separate the teeth. Which of the following bone lesions of the mandible is/are malignant? 3. pH of the gastrointestinal tract. SNA = 87° (N = 82°) The selection of a vasoconstrictor for a local anesthetic depends upon the 3. incorrect horizontal angulation of the x-ray beam. Warfarin, Which of the following nerves are anesthetized by an infraorbital nerve block? 4. leeway space. 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. 4. periodontal ligament space. Medial pterygoid muscles. 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. short chair-side time. A patient has suffered a blow resulting in the loosening of three maxillary incisors. The Plaque Index of Silness and Loe measures, When probing a healthy gingival sulcus with a 20g force, the tip of the periodontal probe is most likely located, Radiographs of a periodontally related osseous defect show the, Radiographs of a periodontally related osseous defect can be used to confirm the, A shift from bilateral crossbite with coincident midlines to a right-sided posterior crossbite with non-coincident midlines most likely indicates. 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 SNB = 80° (N = 80°) 4. 3. will experience soreness in this area. Quizzn is a service that bears only one goal - to make the learning process interactive, social, and easy. Coronoid process. Mandibular-Anatomic Landmarks Masseter Groove - the action of the masseter muscle reflects the buccinator muscle in a superior and medial direction . The lingual-gingival promi- nence on the mandibular arch is minimal in most instances. 4. provides rapid induction and recovery. Which of the following may affect probing depth measurements of a periodontal pocket? 4. may cause cholestatic hepatitis. 3. easily located on a cast. The shape of the distobuccal border of a mandibular denture is determined by 1. the buccinator muscle. 4. minimal effectiveness against viruses and spores. 3. 1. inadequate ceramic thickness. 2. 1. Completed maxillary primary impression. 1. Using a heavy body material in the impression tray. 4. autoclave resistant. 4. 2. 3. minimizes the transient bacteria which could contaminate hands through small pinholes. Diarrhea. will experience soreness in this area. Acetylsalicylic acid. 2. Which of the following could cause clicking sounds during speech in denture wearers? 1. provides good muscle relaxation. 1. rapid formation of cross linkages which limit penetration of pulp tissue. 1. fibrous elements. Vertical overclosed 2. Labial vestibule That part of the denture that extends in this area is called the mandibular labial flange. Centric relation off â¦ 2. hyperbaric oxygen. 3. excessive occlusal load. The most likely cause of the problem is. 4. hyperthyroidism. 3. delayed. Topical bovine thrombin. Nitrous oxide Success of an endosseous dental implant is dependent upon Which of the following are the most appropriate for use as overdenture abutments? Dexamethasone elixir 0.5mg/ml. A pontic exerting too much pressure against the ridge may cause Which of the following signs and symptoms should be watched for before initiating the planned dental treatment? Which radiographic examination provides the most diagnostic information for the replacement of a permanent mandibular first molar with an osseo-integrated implant? 1. overjet. 4. have uncontrolled diabetes mellitus. 2. the rate of growth. 3. medical status of the patient. Aging pulps show a relative increase in 1. 2. Fig. 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. Which of the following is a possible cause for a low density radiograph (light film)? 4. gingival recession. Sharp, prominent mylohyoid ridges. 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. The patient has most likely developed. 3. 4. cover the hard palate. 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. sharp line angles in the tooth preparation. Denture stomatitis can be associated with 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. 4. assess the esthetics using a diagnostic wax-up. The most appropriate management is to, Typically, vital pulps of elderly patients. Clinical Consideration: During impression procedure the vestibule should be completely filled with impression material for proper border contact between denture and tissues. 1. visualize the direction of the occlusal forces. Three fine crosses were made directly on the teeth with a No. 1. act as an indirect retainer. 4. patient movement during the exposure. B- Mandibular denture Labial frenum It is a fold of mucous membrane that connects the mucosa of the lower lip to that of the alveolar process at the midline 46. 1. more resistant than HIV. Masseter. 3. 3. depth in the alveolus. Parallelism of axial walls for facilitating the path of insertion. 1. malalignment of teeth. Oxidized cellulose. 4. produces amnesia. An excessive occlusal vertical dimension. An anatomical wedge. 3. The survey of the diagnostic cast that is done as part of a removable partial denture design procedure is needed to 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. Only registered users can add explanations. 3. lower cost for patient. 2. Mandibular Plane Angle = 32° (N = 32°) These bundles are surrounded by connective tissue sheaths and grouped together into still larger bundles. 3. plan the pontic design. 1. 2. 3. place the porcelain metal joint away from the soft tissues. Myology â study of muscles. For legends, see opposite page. An atraumatic surgical approach. 3. masseter muscle. 2. have occlusal stops. A large band of attached gingiva. 4. allows gloves to slide on easier when the hands are moist. 2. Benzodiazepines. 4. the external oblique ridge. 3. An external bleaching procedure has not been successful. 2. minimal effect on pulp tissues. 1. the buccinator muscle. A lack of denture retention. 4. 1. buccinator muscle. Corticosteroids may be used for the management of - maxillary '12' excess of 3.5mm For composite resin preparations, cavosurface enamel margins are bevelled because 24. Reduced overjet. 1. A preparation for a porcelain fused to metal crown with a porcelain butt joint margin should have a 4. Phenytoin. Absence of extensive restorations. Osteosarcoma. C. limit the thickness of the denture flange in the maxillary buccal space. Clearance for occlusal function. 1. A. Retromolar pad. The most common form of periodontal disease is, When a removable partial denture is fabricated to occlude with natural teeth, the occlusal form of the artificial teeth is influenced by the. A good initial stability of the implant. 1. increase in the vertical dimension. Mandibular compound impression trimmed to receive peripheral wax. 5.istal landmarks. 54 Retromylohyoid space lies at the distal end of the alveololingual sulcus. Increased overjet, moderate facial convexity and a deep labio-mental sulcus is most characteristic of which facial type? 2. gastrointestinal perfusion. 1. 2. 2. cell numbers. Addison's disease. 2. adapt the matrix to the gingival margin. Vitality tests give negative readings. Cephalosporins 1. tissue/bone reaction. Maxillary crowding. 90 cavosurface margin. Epulis fissuratum. Scopolamine. 1. Retention of a gold inlay is improved by 1. determine the path of insertion of the removable partial denture. 4. radiotherapy. 1. nifedipine. Which of the following clinical findings is NOT associated with combination (Kelly’s) syndrome? 4. the direction of forces applied to the partial denture. 1. always on the hard palate. 2. arthritis. During a normal chewing cycle, which of the following has/have maximum EMG activity when the teeth are in maximum intercuspation? 2. accelerated. 2. mesial movement of the maxilla. The distobuccal border of the mandibular denture must converge rapidly to avoid displacement by the contracting pressure of the masseter muscle. Loosening of Denture While Smiling : Due to inadequate relief of the buccal frenum; 2. 3. evaluate the modifications needed to create parallel guiding planes. 2. the tendon of the temporal muscle. 3. lengthening the axial walls. 2. A 1:1 crown to root ratio. Properties of glutaraldehyde include Angulation of the probe. 4. arrested. Feel like you need to contact us? 4. A. limit the distal extension of the mandibular denture. 4. 3. be coated with an appropriate adhesive. Which of the following can increase the chances of successful osseointegration of a dental implant? 2. hypertrophy of the soft tissue. If a mandibular denture is loose, many times adding length in the distal lingual flange may help to add retention, as long as care is used to prevent overextension into the retromylohyoid/mylohyoid areas. 1. increased exposure to latex. 15 scalpel blade at the incisal edges of central incisors, the distopalatal cusps of second molars of maxillary dentures (Fig.