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80. Whichprimary tooth has a facial cervical

85.

ridge which is so distinctly prominent that


it is uniquely different from other teeth?
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

1.
2.
3.
4.

Maxillarycanine
Maxillarysecond molar
Mandibular canine
Mandibular first molar
Maxillarycentral incisor
86.

81.

Considering the formation of root and pulp


canals, the root canal instrument would be
placed in what direction to gain access to
the distobuccal root of the permanent
maxillary first molar?

apicaldirection

3. From distolingual to distobuccal in an


apical direction
4. Any of the above may apply.
Whichof the following jaw positions is
determined almost exclusively by the
behavior of the mandibular musculature?
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

83.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

84.

87.

Postural.
Terminal
Intercuspal
Retruded contacting
Protruded contacting

Which of the following roots of permanent


teeth is typically very thin mesiodistally,
much wider faciolingually and concave on both
mesial and distal surfaces?

Which of the following premolars is


characterized by a deepened concavity on
the mesial surface .of the crown and root?
1.
2.
3.
4.

Whichof the following permanent teeth has.


the greatest variation in crown size and form?

Maxillary first
Maxillarysecond
Mandibular first
Mandibular second

1. Distobuccal root of permanent maxillary


first molar
2. Lingual root of permanent maxillary first
molar
3. Mesial root of permanent mandibular first
molar
4. Distal root of permanent mandibular first
molar
5. Permanent maxillary central incisor
6. Mandibular first premolar

1. From distobuccal in an apical direction


2. From mesiobuccal to distobuccal in an

82.

Which of the following deciduous molars bears


the greatest resemblance to a premolar?

88.

Mandibular central incisor


Maxillary lateral incisor
Maxillary first premolar
Mandibular first molar
Maxillary canine

Maxillary first
Maxillary second
Mandibular first
Mandibular second

Which of the following may occur in a


patient with a natural dentition and a
ClassI (Angle) normal occlusal relationship?
1. Cross tooth balance
2. Bilateral tooth contacts (working and
non-working contacts)
3. Posterior tooth contacts in protrusive
excursion
4. All of the above
5. None of the above

Whichof the following is the distal view


of a permanent maxillary first molar?

89.

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2.

3.

4.

Which of the following is true regarding


maxillary molars?
1. Are set somewhat lingual to the premolars
2. Show a convergence of their buccal
surfaces mesially
3. By their arrangement and design allow
room for the powerful masseter muscle
4. Curve inward more sharply from the
medial plane on the buccal than do~the
mandibular molars