B (tuft) but if ALL of the above, go with that (because needs lingual arch, C is correct from dentin and decrease in arch length too). Oil or water on impression for treatment casts causes, Which cement is the easiest to remove after procedure? Resorption of bone takes place in which direction after extraction? Download NBDE II Exam Questions 2017 Edition and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Ans. A)Add another drug 2) change the antibiotics 3) refer to OMFS, Ans: pt has Ludwig angina (submandibular, submental and sublingual spaces bilaterally) refer to OMFS for I&D, Immediate Alveolar osteitis treatment: a. Chlorhexidine rinse at home b. Irrigation on the area and sedative dressing c. Antibiotics d. Curetaje of alveolus ans B, Which of the following is the most likely cause of ankylosis of the TMJ, D- Developmental abnormality ANS: C cause is trauma, most common complication of  RA is ankylosis bilaterally. aspirate and administer anesthetic slowely. D- Lateral periodontal cyst ans: D (only D is between Mn C and PM). M is alphabetical; 8947 is a decimal. Ans A because by age 6 Cr formation already formed. Facial nerve is most likely to be affected by cut or damage in all except which? You will be constructing a new maxillary complete denture and a new mandibular overdenture for an edentulous patient. Vs. BSSO DO done in young age, growth seen after, less nerve damage b/c 1mm activation per day, less time, less relapse, but more discomfort and more follow up, Correct bimaxillary Class III: Le Fort I + BSSO, Worst place to do graft: Canine eminence, interdental, Submandibular drain into what space: Deep cervical lymph nodes, #65 forceps, usually used for removing root tip, Elevator acts as: Levers, engage below Alveolar crest, One side tissue suture: Interrupted (immobilize the flap, 2-3mm apart, 2-3 from free edge, from movable to non-movable, disadvantage takes more time), Most to Least Frequent Impacted teeth: Mn M3, Mx M3, Mx C, Easiest to extract Mn M3: Mesio-ang, horizontal, vertical, Disto-ang(opposite for MX), Ideal time to remove when M3 root is 2/3 formed, During extraction, which direction tooth should luxate: Child: Palatally, Adult: Buccally, Most sever complication EXT: fracture of tuberosity (maxilla), IAN injury (mandible), Tuberosity: fully ext, smooth boone, if attached mobilize w suture, Most common complication of EXT: Bleeding (maxilla), infection, Trismus, *dry socket (mandible), root fracture (during qx), Causes of Alveolar Osteitis (Dry Socket) cause: Active dislodgement of blood clot (Fibrinolysis of the Clot, usually around day 3) smokers/oral contraceptive, Symptom: trobbing pain, fetid odur, bad taste, Tx: Irrigation with Sterile solution & Medicinal/Sedative dressing every 48 hr, to control pain: Analgesics. 1. More questions to help you study. The impression material that is mainly composed of TX: requires surgical excision, Ameloblastic Fibroma: compared to ameloblastoma – younger age, slower growth, does not infiltrate. Not intended to reduces pocket depth, but when removing pocket wall it reduces pocket depth b/c it establishes a new attachment at a more coronal level. Tx? a. Adematoid odontogenic tumor AOT b. ameloblastoma c. Calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumor/pindborg(CEOT in older people and post ramus) d. other ans a. Adematoid odontogenic tumor (AOT): 3-7% of all odontogenic tumors. Cracked tooth with no pulpal involvement, treatment? Free gingival flap 4. C. retraction of the maxillary molars. Which of the following is true regarding treatment and prognosis? C. is commenced with bilateral expansion of the arches. Zinc Phosphate cement/ZOE, Alginate impression in 100% humidity, what will occur? NBDE PART 2. How many pins should you place in amalgam? The denture can be used as a guide for location of the implants. A newborn girl was delivered via cesarean section due to airway patency concerns. B. Leukemia. what is common between chronic periodontitis and generalized aggressive periodontitis? 1 File Download © 2021 All rights reserved. Ans A (1 mm from DEJ, 2mm from cavosurface, 2mm inside in dentine, 2mm ). You will need 2/1.5 mm more for the prep to remain on sound tooth structure. Thanks for watching! What property makes a substance liquid over compression? Nitrous oxide Total flow rate: 4-6 L per min, First sensation from N2O: tingling of fingers, Device used in evaluation of N20? permanent tooth bud is accidentally extracted while removing a primary molar. Use facebow and intraoral Max-mand records, Acron Articulator: The condyle element is in the lower member, resemble most accurately the, TMJ anatomy, good for fixed prosthodontics, The average settings or values of the Condylar inclination on the articulator for sagittal and lateral condyle path inclinations horizontal condylar guidance 30 and (15 degrees bennet angle from non working side formed in saggital plane viewed in horizontal, working is bennet mvmt/side shift which is 30 HCG), Curve of Spee: Anterior – Posterior curvature of the mandibular occlusal plane, Curve of Wilson: Mesio – lateral U-shaped curve of Upper & Lower posterior teeth, Cusp-to-fossa contact in centric occlusion in an ideal class I occlusion (reduce Mx L cusp tip in centric) ( Mandibular buccal is secondary centric holding cusps), During lateral excursions: working interference BULL inner and LUBL outer, protrusive interference: DUML (facial cusps), MIC/CO: tooth guided position CR: ligamentous guided position VDR/interocclusal distance: muscles guided position, Posterior determinant of occlusion during protrusion: condylar guidance, Anterior determinant of occlusion during protrusion: incisal guidance, Canine guidance during lateral mvmts: by Canine on working and condyle on balance side, Anterior guidance: incisal +canine guidance (set with pin and guide table with acrylic resin), Mutually protected occlusion: ant teeth protect post, post protect anterior, For denture pt we want group function or bilateral balanced occlusion (ANT GUIDANCE should be avoided in denture for bilateral balanced), Protrusive record 3-6mm: measures condyle guidance and setting condylar angle on articulator, To set medial on superior condylar guides on arcon artifculator: take lateral interocclusal record, Christenson phenomenon: when posterior teeth open during protrusion, want to avoid in bilateral balanced occlusion (post opening increased in IG increased and with horizontal CG but IG effects front more and HCG posterior more) hannau quint: CondylarG + Insical G = P of occlusion+ Comp Curve+ Cusp Heigth, CG brought by pt, out of our control but with articulator can max increase CG by 5 mm, so as CG increases so must CC, Compensating curve: under dentist’s control* Helps to provide a balanced occlusion, In centric position: bilateral balanced occlusion. Covers 180 degrees. 40-year- old patient has 32 unrestored teeth. Q:3-Sutures are jigsaw puzzle-like lines in the skull. Needs vertical insicions. E. at the level of the CEJ junction ans: C, 90 degree incision facial or lingual toward the tooth, Coronal to Mucogingival junction, just above, Modified Widman flap: Variation of replaced flap (not displaced). Bacteria causing SABE: alpha hemolytic, viridans streptococcal organisms, including Streptococcus mutans, S. mitor, S. salivarius, and S. sanguis. In selection of maxillary teeth for overdenture abutments, the ideal location is: and D (to get tripod effect. Privacy / Copyright Agreement. Unique questions … Class III patient: which of the following is not helpful in establishing whether pt has retrognathic maxilla or prognathic mandible? a. Adhesive resin, Lab over bulks porcelain, why? (height should be min 6mm) fiber-reinforced are not cemented, rather bonded (better retention), what is the factor that prevent the fracture of tooth with post n core: A. remaining tooth structure B. a. Polyether. Tx: ext, Most recurrence cyst: KCOT/OKC (associated with Gorlin goltz syndrome) Least recurrence tumor: AOT Adenoid odontogenic tumor or Compound Odontoma s.s, OKC is most commonly associated with: Nevoid basal cell Carcinoma, Nevoid basal cell carcinoma (Gorlin Syndrome): seen multiple OKCs and palmar pitting, planter kerato-cyst, causes cyst in the Jaws, Most common cyst in oral cavity: Peri-apical (radicular) cyst, Ameloblastoma: 2nd most common Odontogenic tumor, odontogenic myxoma/myxofibroma: most common odontogenic tumor of mesenchymal origin (3rd over all) DD of mandibular posterior: ameloblastoma, KCOT, CGCG, CEOT, Most common non-odontogenic cyst: Nasopalatine duct cyst (X-ray: Heart shaped near central, What condition has multiple osteomas, GI polyps, and Skin cysts A. Peutz-jeghers syndrome B. Gardner syndrome C. Crohn’s disease D. Cleidocranial dysplasia ans B. Gardner’s syndrome AD, rare= familial colorectal polyposis (adenocarcinoma of colon)+ multiple large epidermoid cysts+ 3-6 mandibular osteomas (radioO seen at puberty in angle) +multiple desmoid tumors (fibromatosis)+ ­prevalence for odontomas, supernumerary teeth, and impacted teeth + retinal abnormalitys + earl onset puberty. A variation of the laterally positioned flap is called: 36 infrabony/vertical/angular defect is best determined by: A. Antirotation (internal hex better, external hex unscrews), How much minimum buccolingual bone thickness needed for 4 mm implant, How much distance from inferior alveolar canal and implant should be, 55- How much distance from maxillary sinus and implant should be, ans. Which of the following is most likely responsible for this complaint? C) Informed consent must be in written form. Ans 2 (lauryl sulfate for detergent, pyrophosphate for antitartar), Ans: resin (COTE) unfilled resin even more, Highest thermal conductivity: gold, then amalgam. replacement resorption is characterized by: ans 4, also dull metallic sound, infra-occlusion, Which of the following can cause submerge, Best prognosis of broken file at the apical third, Broken file in apical third while instrumenting w/o radioL what to do, Ans 1 ( thanx god there was no avulsion option ), Pulp Necrosis occurs in avulsion, intrusion** 90% of time. What is the most definite way to distinguish ameloblastoma from KCOT/KOC? If infection at EXT site must wait 5 months prior to implant placement, If heat above 47 degrees, primary stability osteointegration fails, Biting load of denture comp to real teeth is 1/6 or 1/5 (less), implant analog definition: replica of entire dental implant, not intended for implantation rather used in lab to fabricate abutment in lab, to pout cast with, Best anchorage for primary stability: D1 because its cortical, Better vascularity and good primary anchorage: D2, Best bone for osteointegration? Sub marginal incision can be internal bevel or external bevel. Avulse permanent tooth immediately comes to the clinic what is your first response? Development of a dentigerous cyst around its crown. extraction of primary second molars should be performed to allow the permanent first molars to drift forward. other on lateral tongue or floor of the mouth. Questions are written and reviewed by practicing physicians, medical faculty, or come from 3 leading medical publishers. occlusal rest MINIMUM 2 in center and 1.5 mm minimum on marginal ridge. Which of the following is the best initial treatment for a patient with localized aggressive periodontitis? Which of the following has been most strongly implicated in the cause of aphthous stomatitis? ans: C (1 correct, only seen in acute cases, NOT in chronic leukemia). ‎PASS YOUR EXAM IN THE FIRST TRY WITH THE FOLLOWING REASONS: +) BREAK hundreds of practice questions and flashcards INTO small sets +) MASTER each study set effortlessly by many scientific proven methods: Multiple Choice, True/False, Matching, etc +) TRACK your progress on every practice … AA (8-12 healthy, doesn’t correlate to plaque) Generalized aggressive periodontitis : P.intermedia and E. corrodens (episodic rapid 12-25), Chronic perio: P.gingivalis, T. forsythia ANUG bacteria: fusobacterium(before), P. Intermedia t. denticola antibiotics LAP: doxyciline or amoxicilin+metro, Antibiotic for ANUG (only if systemic symptoms): amoxicilin+metro or Tetracyclin most important indication of prognosis of periodontal tooth: CAL, Most important indication of perio stability after maintenance: plaque, Drug induced Gingival Hyperplasia: Dilantin (Anti-convulsant), #1, Phenytoin (Anti-convulsant), Cyclosporin, Nifedipine, Verapamil (Calcium Channel Blocker), Diltiazem (Calcium Channel Blocker), Desquamative gingivitis: liquen planus, pemphigoid, pemphigous, chronic ulcerative stomatitis, lupus, linear IgA, erythema multiform, Biological width: 2mm, JE + CT (0.97+1.07), GTR: Coronal movement of PDL * complete regeneration, After performing root planning, how does the new attachment form, or after periodontal surgery? 2.1 for another year. A- VDO and length of maxillary occlusal rim was adequate . For nbde practice exam you must go through real exam. Pt allergic to ester & amides: Use Diphenhydramine (Benadryl), Laryngospasm: Tx with Pure oxygen, if persistent use Succinylcholine, if severe then, Malignant Hyperthermia: tx with Dantrolene, ADHD Kid: Ritalin (methylphenidate hydrochloride), Adrenal Crisis: Cardiac shock, hypotension, CV collapse, 100mg 0.9% hydrocortisone with saline (if minor qx, pt taking 15mg of prednisone, or 5 mg of albuterol inhaler daily, of ext give 50 day of and 50 after, for multiple ext give 100 day before 100 day after. Easy Na! Ans B cold climate: 1.2 ppm, warmer climate: 0.7 ppm. demonstrate similar clinical presentation. Masseteric notch, Best to preserve root supported over denture. Radiographically, the normal alveolar crest should parallel an imaginary line drawn between the cemento-enamel junction of adjacent teeth. Ferrule effect is envelopment of tooth structure by crown to prevent root fracture. Can increase by 5degree). What is the joint type? Recent studies prove periodontal disease related with, For big osseous defect in mandible which graft is the best, Which of the following red complex bacteria, Ans 1 (Treponema denticola, p. gingivalis, Tarentella forsyth), you did scaling and root planning to pt after that he went back with perfect plaque control but still have bleeding on probing and 6 mm pocket depth what is the next step, In periodontitis, the loss of bone always correlates to. There are no exceptions. Management denture stomatitis (candida) is very important: Each of the following is a common cause of denture gagging EXCEPT one. The correct total liter flow of nitrous oxide-oxygen is determined by the amount necessary to keep the reservoir bag: 1/3 to 2/3 full. Pt complained about getting sensitivity or pain. Which of the following represents the most frequent cause of failure of dental amalgam restorations? PLAY AGAIN ! Osteoradionecrosis pt indicated in EXT: Use Hyperbaric O2 for angiogenesis but prefered tx is Endo and decrown too, What is the first sign of damage after acute irradiation, Treatment of Osteoradionecrosis: A. Boarder molding for maxilla: **behind max tuberosity DB by hamular/coronoid notch, Boarder molding for mandible: *DB corner by masseter, DL superior pharyngeal constrictor, retromylohioid area: palatoglossus and SPC, mylohyoid, anterior lingual genioglossus and mylohyoid, sublingual gland labial by mentalis(extention) and labial frenum(thickness), buccal vestibular by orbicularis and buccinators and depressor anguli posterior palatal seal: Anterior boundry (Valsalva butterfly) posterior boundary (vibrating line usually 2mm in front of fovea delineates hard and soft palate) between these is post dam, post dam: anterior boundry V groove, scribed 1.5 in base and 1.5 in height so account for shrinkage porosity, palatal glands help with peripheral seal and retention, it is in immovable tissue. What happens if there is premature exfoliation of mandibular primary canine? after the crown appears calcified radiographically. Baby with nodules on the palatal, what is it? tooth, neighboring teeth, contralateral tooth, tooth, neighboring teeth, opposing tooth Ans C. Endodontic pain is characterized by all except: Prolonged, unstimulated night pain suggests which of the following conditions of the pulp? The platelet-aggregation blocking effect of aspirin is reversed only by the: Pt with myasthenia gravis, which antibiotics can you give: Ans: all of above (diazepam is contraindicated, same with any muscarinic blockers), 13-The drug-receptor activity of naloxone is best characterized by which of the following pairs, Burning mouth syndrome treatment: Capsaicin or antidepresants, anti tartar in tooth paste: tetrasodium pyrophosphate desensitizing: potassium nitrite antiplaque: tricoslan, 2 Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, Both are correct depending on what were talking about SNRI, SSRI, MAOI, 74-patient has signs of opioid toxicity what u should give, 92 – How many cartridge of LA 2% lidocaine u can give to child 45 lbs, 119- Angioneurotic oedema is mostly occurs with which of the following LA, cause of methemoglobinemia: prilocaine, lidocaine, bupivacaine, topical benzocainse** (tx: IV methelyne blue) toxicity of LA: IV injection or too much (biphasic response. It is customizable and provides targeted online practice to help you identify and focus on the areas where you need the most. B. glass-ionomer restorations. nbde test questions and answers freenbde practice test online freenbde test questions and answers 2021nbde test questions and answers 2021nbde test questions and answersnbde practice test online free. If mucous glands are seen in the epithelial lining of a dentigerous cyst, this is called: Which one indicates a Stage III of the oral and oropharyngeal cancer? Ans (for dx criteria of BRONJ: 8 weeks/2 months atleast). Mesial, Doing endo which part of Mx PM perforate? Work horse and high predictability AFP indications: surgically eliminate mod/deep pockets, furcation, Cr lengthening. You’ll have access to 1,500 board review questions to prepare for the NBDE exam. if less needs core-buildup, Cr Lengthening or both) 5 mm of suprabony tooth structure (is ferrule 1.5+core 1.5=length of wall minimum 3mm + biological width 2) =4-5. All of these reasons are why you keep mand 2molar in mouth that’s ankylosed as long as possible except: The late mesial shift of a permanent first molar primarily the result of closure of: A. Canine, Extraction Ans B (early mesial shift is when permanent M1 erupts because of primate space), 45- 4 years child Primary central intruded 5 mm what to do, Ans 3 (if specifically says its touching tooth bud, then EXT according to DD), A 6 year old patient has an intrusive injury to tooth 5.2 All of the following are possible sequelae to the permanent successor EXCEPT. In a maxillary complete denture opposing a mandibular bilateral distal extension, Why is the anterior of the wax rim of maxillary beveled? Patreon. which type of growth menarche related to? Children with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome presents with what sign? Share. indications: shallow/moderate pockets w bases coronal to MG junction, high esthetic regions, Partial thickness flap apical to mucogingival junction, Full thickness flap apical to mucogingival j, 1)in addition to improving accessibility for instrumentation, removes the pocket wall, thereby reducing or eliminating the pocket, 2)facilitates instrumentation but does not attempt to reduce pocket depth, 3)improves accessibility and eliminates the pocket, but does the latter by apically positioning the soft tissue wall of the pocket. A complete study plan for your NBDE part 1 and 2 including guide to schedule and prepare, study material, pass rate and suggestions on how to study A) Fracture through the body of mandibular (bilateral). What cannot be seen with a PA radiograph? E. observation ans C. Among the following which is the best material to obturate the primary tooth in pulpectomy? Oral prophylaxis at 3-month intervals b. D- Regeneration of the new periodontal ligament, cementum and bone, Surgical flap access therapy is indicated and most beneficial when used, A- For those early to moderate defects not resolved with initial therapy, B- As the initial treatment for patients having extremely heavy subgingival calculus, C- To eliminate pocketing more rapidly so the patient can proceed with treatment, D- To improve plaque control effectiveness in patients having difficult achieving good plaque control. imbibition, Condensation silicone release: Ethyl alcohol, The most stable elastic impression in moisture environment? Friday. For that we provide sample nbde exam questions 2021 real test. Which one is this EXCEPTION? Causes no harm to periapex. Provide retention for a crown B. If patient has gagger and inoperable palatal torus and lingual has less than 7mm of space to floor: When you push on distal extention of lower RPD, and indirect retainer rest comes up, tx? D. expansion of the dental arches, ANS A (asked yuri, check learn understand). Check in re-eval phase 4-8 weeks after), prophy given if pt already taking penicillin, give another class like clinda ** for sure on ADA what is the primary etiologic factor in generalized aggressive perio (GAP): a. altered lymphocytes b. generalized subgingival calculus c. impaired PMN d. bacterial plaque ans D (still plaque there containing AA in LAPand GAP is e corrodens but amount not associated with destruction). D- Improper buccolingual position of the teeth. When osseointegration occurs, which of the following best describes the implant–bone interface at the level of light microscopy following osseointegration? Sample Decks: Physiology sample questions, spinal anatomy sample questions , spinal anatomy important info Show Class NBDE Pt 2 Flash Cards. Friday. Choose from 500 different sets of nbde part 2 flashcards on Quizlet. Tunnel furcation ans. What is the most likely emergency this patient would have in the dental office? Which of the following is NOT true regarding orthodontic tooth movement? C always in angina: stop tx, position, O2, NTG, reassure, take vitals, explain to him/her everything (sort of tell-show-do), Dentist applied topical benzocaine on patient mouth. (foliate papillae, not fungiform papillae). 2 Leukaemia gingival enlargement is seen in chronic leukemia. Must be 1/3 of F/L and 1/2 of width from cusp tip to cusp, Cingulum rest: inverted U M-D width 2.5, FL depth 2, GO height 1.5 (less torque over butment and more esthetic than incisal) rest with minor connector angle: less than 90 (beading of maxillary cast, for major connector adds rigidity and allows more contact with palatal tissues to stop food) clasp assembly: retentive clasp + reciprocal/stabilizing clasp+ minor connector+ rest, Reciprocal claps: stabilizes (above or at HOC) lingual, touches tooth before or at same tie as retentive clasp. 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