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  1. The fixed mucosal covering of the alveolar process, loosely attached to the bone, is defined as
    A vestibular mucosa
    B alveolar mucosa
    C mandibular mucosa
    D prosthetic mucosa
    E denture base mucosa

  2. The portion of the oral cavity that is bounded on one side by the teeth, gingiva, and alveolar ridge (in the edentulous mouth - the residual ridge) and on the lateral side by the cheek posterior to the buccal frenula, is termed
    A suction chamber
    B neutral zone
    C neutral space
    D buccal vestibule
    E contact area

  3. The collected data about an individual, family, environmental factors (including medical/dental history) and any other information that may be useful in analyzing and diagnosing conditions or for instructional purposes, are structured in the
    A dental history
    B medical history
    C patient history
    D diagnostic history
    E patient data-base

  4. A brief sharp sound; with reference to the temporomandibular joint, any bright or sharp sound emanating from the joint
    A all of the listed
    B early opening click
    C early closing click
    D late closing click
    E late opening click

  5. A series of clicks, such as the snapping, cracking, or noise evident on excursions of the mandible; a distinct snapping sound or sensation, usually audible (or by stethoscope) or on palpation, which emanates from the temporomandibular joint(s) during jaw movement. …
    A may be associated with internal derangements of the temporomandibular joint
    B may or may not be associated with internal derangements of the temporomandibular joint
    C may not be associated with internal derangements of the temporomandibular joint
    D may or may not be associated with external derangements of the temporomandibular joint
    E may or may not be associated with masticatory muscles fatigue

  6. One of the three main categories of dental prostheses, not able to be described as either a dental prosthesis or a maxillofacial prosthesis (examples may include guides, stents, splints, conformers, carriers and the like), mostly intended for short term or special usage, are categorized as
    A additional prostheses
    B diagnostic prostheses
    C supplementary prostheses
    D repositional prostheses
    E ancillary prostheses

  7. The replacement of the natural teeth in the arch and their associated parts by artificial substitutes, or the art and science of the restoration of an edentulous mouth, is represented as
    A basic prosthetics
    B removable prosthetics
    C maxillofacial prosthetics
    D complete denture prosthetics
    E complete denture techniques

  8. The resistance in the movement of a denture away from its tissue foundation especially in a vertical direction, or a quality of a denture that holds it to the tissue foundation and/or abutment teeth, is defined as
    A denture compliance
    B denture anhesion
    C denture retention
    D denture satisfaction
    E denture restoration

  9. Dental impression as a negative likeness or copy in reverse of the surface of an object, or an imprint of the teeth and adjacent structures, routinely is not
    A master
    B direct
    C sectional
    D preliminary
    E indirect

  10. Any occlusion in which the mandibular teeth articulate with the maxillary teeth in a position anterior to normal, is specified as
    A mesiotrusion
    B mesioclusion
    C mesioversion
    D distoclusion
    E centroclusion

  11. A material that polymerizes by chemical reaction without external heat as a result of the addition of an activator and a catalyst, is called
    A dual polymer
    B photopolymer
    C injection polymer
    D autopolymer
    E base polymer

  12. Baseplate as a rigid, relatively thin layer adapted over edentulous surfaces of a definitive cast to form a base which, together with an attached occlusion rimmade of wax or similarmaterial, serves as the record base, is made of
    A wax
    B wax, thermoplastic polymer or shellac
    C thermoplastic polymer
    D shellac
    E other material

  13. The enclosure of an impression to produce the desired size and formof the base of the cast and to preserve desired details, is termed
    A fixing
    B relining
    C outlining
    D boxing
    E rebasing

  14. Cast as a life-size likeness of some desired form that is formed within or is a material poured into a matrix or impression of the desired form, is represented by the following types, except of
    A trial
    B diagnostic
    C preliminary
    D refractory
    E remount

  15. An individualized impression tray made from a cast recovered from a preliminary impression, that is used in making a final impression, is called
    A preliminary tray
    B custom tray
    C diagnostic tray
    D standard tray
    E anatomic tray

  16. The part of the mandibular residual ridge in the second and third molar region as seen from the buccal side, or - the portion of the lower residual ridge, either lingual, labial, or buccal, between the crest of the ridge and the mucobuccal fold or flexion line of the peripheral tissues, is indicated as
    A lower ridge flange
    B lower ridge slope
    C lower ridge crest
    D lower ridge fold
    E lower ridge border

  17. The line of flexure of the mucous membrane as it passes to the cheek, is called
    A muccobuccal fold
    B muccolabial fold
    C muccolingual fold
    D muccopalatal fold
    E muccovestibular fold

  18. The line of flexure of the oral mucous membrane as it passes from the maxillary or mandibular alveolar ridge to the lip, is termed
    A muccopalatal fold
    B muccobuccal fold
    C muccolingual fold
    D muccolabial fold
    E muccovestibular fold

  19. An oblique ridge on the lingual surface of the mandible that extends from the level of the roots of the last molar teeth (mylohyoid ridge) serves as a bony attachment for the mylohyoid muscles forming the …
    A buccal vestibule
    B transitional membrane
    C floor of the mouth
    D sublingual area
    E sublingual glands sheath

  20. The potential space between the lips and cheeks on one side and the tongue on the other; that area or position where the forces between the tongue and cheeks or lips are equal, is termed
    A neutal flange
    B neutral area
    C neutral space
    D neutral plane
    E neutral zone

  21. The contact of the denture border with the underlying or adjacent tissues to prevent the passage of air or other substances, is defined as
    A dento – mucosal contact
    B border – mucous zone
    C border flange
    D border seal
    E border place

  22. An impression, usually encompassing an entire dental arch, that uses metal or resin copings placed on prepared teeth, that are repositioned before the pouring of a working cast, is called
    A Coping impression
    B multiple copings impression
    C single coping impression
    D double impression
    E transitional impression

  23. The surfaces of the oral structures available to support a denture, can be described as all of the listed, excepting
    A denture supporting area
    B denture-bearing area
    C denture relieving area
    D denture foundation area
    E denture-in-contact field

  24. The impression that represents the completion of the registration of the surface or object, is named
    A orientational impression
    B complete impression
    C transitional impression
    D functional impression
    E final impression

  25. The process of directing (introduction) a prosthesis to a desired location in a patient’s mouth, is not related to the
    A placement
    B follow up
    C delivery
    D insertion
    E completion

  26. The registration of the relationship of the mandible to the maxillae is not described as
    A maxilla – mandibular relation record
    B biscuit bite
    C smashed bite
    D facebow transfer record
    E interalveolar record.

  27. Centric occlusion as the occlusion of opposing teeth when the mandible is in centric relation - … with respect to the maximal intercuspal position
    A may coincide
    B may or may not coincide
    C may not coincide
    D rarely coincide
    E has no coincidence with

  28. A clinically determined position of the mandible placing both condyles into their anterior uppermost position, that can be determined in patients without pain or derangement in the TMJ, is named
    A eccentric relation
    B centric occlusion
    C intermaxillary relation
    D antero – posterior relation
    E centric relation

  29. The position of centric relation as a clinically determined relationship of the mandible to the maxilla when the condyle disk assemblies are positioned in their most superior position in the mandibular fossae and against the distal slope of the articular eminence, has been difficult to define anatomically but is determined clinically by assessing when the jaw can hinge on a fixed terminal axis -
    A up to 25 mm
    B up to 20 mm
    C up to 10 mm
    D up to 30 mm
    E up to 5 mm

  30. Centric relation (the maxillomandibular relationship in which the condyles articulate with the thinnest avascular portion of their respective disks with the complex in the anterior-superior position against the shapes of the articular eminencies) is clinically discernible when the mandible is directed superior and anteriorly, restricted to a purely rotary movement about the transverse horizontal axis and
    A independent of TMJ structure
    B dependent of tooth contact
    C independent of tooth contact
    D dependent of tooth position
    E dependent of teeth size

  31. Occlusal position as the relationship of teeth in maximum intercuspation regardless of jaw position is named
    A anatomical
    B habitual
    C acquired
    D individual
    E physiologic

  32. An occlusal arrangement for dental prostheses wherein the posterior artificial teeth have masticatory surfaces that closely resemble those of the natural healthy dentition and articulate with similar natural or artificial surfaces, is called
    A habitual
    B balanced
    C centric
    D central
    E anatomic

  33. The influence of the contacting surfaces of anterior teeth on tooth limiting mandibular movements and of the contacting surfaces of the guide pin and anterior guide table on articulator movements, resulting in the fabrication of a relationship of the anterior teeth preventing posterior tooth contact in all eccentric mandibular movements, is defined as
    A group function
    B balanced articulation
    C anterior protected articulation
    D anterior guidance
    E mutually protected articulation,

  34. The angle formed between the sagittal plane and the average path of the advancing condyle as viewed in the horizontal plane during lateral mandibular movements, is named
    A Camper angle
    B Bennett angle
    C Bonwill angle
    D Monson angle
    E Wilson angle

  35. Bennett’s movement as the term of a condylar movement on the working side in the horizontal plane, that may be used in combination with terms describing condylar movement in other planes, represents
    A laterotrusion
    B lateroversion
    C laterovision
    D mesiotrusion
    E anterotrusion

  36. A form of mutually protected articulation in which the vertical and horizontal overlap of the anterior teeth disengages the posterior teeth in all mandibular excursive movements, is defined as
    A anterior protected articulation
    B posterior protected articulation
    C altered articulation
    D study articulation
    E balanced articulation

  37. The anatomic curve (anteroposterior) established by the occlusal alignment of the teeth, as projected onto the median plane, beginning with the cusp tip of the mandibular canine and following the buccal cusp tips of the premolar and molar teeth, continuing through the anterior border of the mandibular ramus, ending with the anterior most portion of the mandibular condyle, is termed
    A reverse curve
    B curve of Wilson
    C curve of Spee
    D probability curve
    E mandibular curve

  38. Articulation - the static and dynamic contact relationship between the occlusal surfaces of the teeth during function, is not described as
    A monoplane
    B anterior protected
    C balanced
    D functional
    E altered

  39. The occluding surfaces of dentures on the balancing side (antero posteriorly or laterally balancing occlusal surfaces) are developed for the purpose of
    A processing dentures
    B adjusting dentures
    C fitting dentures
    D stabilizing dentures
    E correcting dentures

  40. The bilateral, simultaneous anterior and posterior occlusal contact of teeth in centric and excentric positions is defined as
    A mutually balanced articulation
    B bilateral balanced articulation
    C mutually protected articulation
    D antero – posterior articulation
    E centric articulation

  41. An anterior guide on an articulator whose surface may be altered to provide desired guidance of the articulator’s movement mechanism (adjustable anterior guidance), may be programmed (calibrated) to accept…
    A
    centric interocclusal records
    B
    eccentric interocclusal records
    C
    intermaxillary records
    D
    mandibular movements tracing
    E
    the most rertuded mandibular position

  42. An individually fabricated anterior guide table that allows mandibular motion without the influence of tooth contacts and facilitates the recording of maxillomandibular relationships, is also used for
    A
    adjusting
    B
    fitting
    C
    recording
    D
    deprogramming
    E
    tracing

  43. An articulator with applied design, that maintains anatomic guidelines by the use of condylar analogs in the mandibular element and fossae assemblies within the maxillary element, is called
    A
    arcon articulator
    B
    non – arcon articulator
    C
    simplified articulator
    D
    semi – adjustable articulator
    E
    average anatomic articulator

  44. Arrow point tracer as a mechanical device with a marking point attached to one jaw and a graph plate or tracing plane attached to the other jaw. is used to trace a pattern of mandibular movement in a selected plane—usually parallel to the occlusal plane, and to record…
    A
    mandibular hinge position
    B
    the direction of mandibular movements
    C
    the range of mandibular movements
    D
    intermaxillary relations
    E
    the direction and range of mandibular movements

  45. Articulators as a mechanical instruments that represent the temporomandibular joints and jaws, to which maxillary and mandibular casts may be attached to simulate some or all mandibular movements, are divisible into
    A
    five classes
    B
    three classes
    C
    two classes
    D
    four classes
    E
    six classes

  46. The plane developed in the occlusal surfaces of the occlusion rims is used to position the mandible in centric relation and to
    A
    alter movements
    B
    guide movements
    C
    record movements
    D
    record relations
    E
    guide positions

  47. Vertically parallel surfaces on abutment teeth or/and dental implant abutments oriented so as to contribute to the direction of the path of placement and removal of a removable dental prosthesis, are identified as
    A
    control planes
    B
    reference planes
    C
    orienting planes
    D
    interocclusal planes
    E
    guiding planes

  48. A core or mold used to record or maintain the relative position of a tooth or teeth to one another, to a cast, or to some other structure, is called
    A
    cast relator
    B
    stand
    C
    index
    D
    rim
    E
    guide

  49. An illustration of the manufacturer’s shapes and sizes of denture teeth is called
    A
    position record
    B
    survey plan
    C
    orientation form
    D
    mold chart
    E
    mold guide

  50. A selection of denture teeth demonstrating the molds offered by a manufacturer is called
    A
    mold guide
    B
    survey plan
    C
    orientation form
    D
    position record
    E
    mold chart

  51. purpose of evaluation and planning restorations is called
    A
    trial waxing
    B
    planning waxing
    C
    diagnostic try – in
    D
    diagnostic waxing
    E
    contour waxing

  52. The interridge (interarch) distance is the vertical distance between the maxillary and mandibular dentate or edentate arches …
    A
    at rest
    B
    under specified conditions
    C
    in centric relation
    D
    during denture fitting
    E
    during individual tray adjusting

  53. Interocclusal distance is the distance between the occluding surfaces of the maxillary and mandibular teeth when the mandible is …
    A
    in most retruded position
    B
    at rest
    C
    in centric relation
    D
    in a specified position
    E
    in strained condition

  54. The difference between the vertical dimension of rest and the vertical dimension while in occlusion is called
    A
    maxilla – mandibular dimension
    B
    interocclusal distance
    C
    interocclusal space
    D
    interalveollar space
    E
    interocclusal rest space

  55. The alignment of the occluding surfaces of the teeth as viewed in the horizontal plane is referred to the
    A
    compensation line
    B
    alignment line
    C
    interocclusal line
    D
    horizontal line
    E
    line of occlusion

  56. Any resin material with incorporated adhesive chemicals (adhesive resin) such as organophosphates, HEMA (hydroxyethyl methacrylate), or 4-META (4 methacrylethyl trimellitic anhydride), describes the luting agents used with
    A
    resin containing prostheses
    B
    resin based prostheses
    C
    resin bonded prostheses
    D
    resin – free prostheses
    E
    resin relined prostheses

  57. The shaping of the border areas of an impression material by functional or manual manipulation of the soft tissue adjacent to the borders to duplicate the contour and size of the vestibule, or – determining the extension of a prosthesis by using tissue function or manual manipulation of the tissues to shape the border areas of an impression material, is defined as
    A
    border forming
    B
    border contouring
    C
    border flasking
    D
    border relining
    E
    border molding

  58. The steps in the fabrication of a dental prosthesis as the dental prosthetic laboratory procedures do not require for their completion…
    A
    the presence of patient
    B
    detailed instructions
    C
    refractory materials
    D
    gas consumption
    E
    occupational safety measures

  59. The act of pressing or squeezing together to form a shape within a mold or the adaptation, under pressure, of a plastic material into a mold, is defined as
    A
    compression flasking
    B
    molding adaptation
    C
    molding adjustment
    D
    compression molding
    E
    compression forming

  60. A material consisting principally of an allotrope of silica and a bonding agent (substance) that may be gypsum (for use in lower casting temperatures) or phosphates and silica (for use in higher casting temperatures) is identified as
    A
    denture flasking investment
    B
    dental casting investment
    C
    denture forming investment
    D
    dental duplicating material
    E
    denture finishing composition

  61. The viewable portion of a removable denture prosthesis, or the portion of the surface of a denture that extends in an occlusal direction from the border of the denture and includes the facial, lingual, and palatal surface, being the part of the denture base that is usually polished, and includes the buccal and lingual surfaces of the teeth, is called
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