Pediatric Dentistry MCQ with answer (1)

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Pediatric Dentistry MCQ with answer (1)

17 pediatric mcq with solution

1. Eruption time of lower permanent central incisors
T A) 6-7 years F B) 8-9 years
F C) 5-6 years F D) 7-8 years

2. Primary epithelial band is formed as a result of
T A) epithelial proliferation
F B) epithelial condensation
F C) connective tissue proliferation
F D) both epithelial & connective tissue proliferation

3. In normal occlusion the upper anterior segment is placed forwardly to lower anterior segment
T A) 2-3 mm F B) 1-2mm
F C) 3-4mm F D) 1-4mm

4. Secondary cartilage are
T A) condylar cartilage
T B) coronoid cartilage
F C) meckel’s cartilage
F D) hyaline cartilage

5. Primitive mouth cavity is lined by
F A) epithelium F B) mesoderm
T C) ectoderm F D) mesenchyme

6. Primitive mouth cavity is bounded
F A) above by nasal capsule
T B) above by brain capsule
F C) below by mandibular process
T D) pericardial sac

7. Dental Lamina is concern with
F A) the development of Primary teeth
F B) the development of Permanent teeth
T C) the development of teeth
T D) the Enamel Organ

8. Dental papilla is formed by
F A) epithelial proliferation
T B) mesodermal proliferation
F C) parenchymal proliferation
F D) connective tissue proliferation

9. Development of permanent teeth & deciduous teeth are
F A) different process T B) same process
F C) occur in same time TC) occur in different time

10. Which one/are types of mouth breathing
T A) obstructive T B) habitual
FC) congenital T D) anatomical

11. Causes of Delayed tooth eruption
F A) amelogenesis imperfecta
F B) excessive growth of child
T C) supernumerary & supplemental  tooth
T D) hypoparathyroidism
T E) hypopituitarism

12. Topically used anesthetics are
T A) xylocaine
T B) benzocaine
F C) articaine
F D) dyclonine
T E) ethyl chloride

13. Indication of pulpotomy include
F A) a non vital tooth associated with an abscess
T B) a vital tooth with accidental  opening
F C) presence of pus in the exposure  site without pain
F D) a vital tooth with profuse bleeding  from pulp
F E) internal root resorption

14. True in case of rampant caries
T A) pulp is at risk of irreversible  damage
T B) significant colour change occur
F C) all teeth are involved
T D) dentin become harder in touch
F E) composit filling is done

15. Adrenaline is used in local anesthetics
T A) to vasoconstrict
T B) to prolong anesthesia
F C) to permit bleeding
T D) may cause sensitivity reaction
F E) may causes bradycardia

16. In Pulpectomy
F A) Place a calcium hydroxide mixture  over the radicular pulp stumps at  the canal orifices and dry with a cotton pellet
F B) the surgical removal of the entire  coronal pulp, leaving intact the vital  radicular pulp within the canals is  done
T C) maintain the tooth free of infection
T D) biomechanically cleanse and obturate the root canals
F E) canal is obturated by ca (OH)2  paste

17. Maxillary anterior Diastema
T A) normally closed after eruption of  canine
T B) may be due to prominent labial  frenum
F C) occur due to early shading of  deciduous teeth.
F D) treatment is done at the age of 6  to 12 years
F E) partial denture is placed in

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