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DENTAL JURISPRUDENCE AND PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

1. This term means inadequacy or insufficiency in skill and learning which renders the dentist unfit to serve humanity.
A. Ignorance C. Negligence
B. Unskillfullness D. Slander E. None of the choices

2. This means to do something which a reasonable man, guided by those considerations which ordinarily regulate human affairs, would do; or it is doing
something which a prudent and reasonable man would not do.
A. Ignorance C. Negligence
B. Unskillfullness D. Slander E. None of the choices

3. A statement made by a witness under oath.


A. Presumption C. Due process of law
B. Testimony D. Supposition

4. Dentist Mario has been accused of malpractice by patient, Delia. He will receive a writ from the Board of Dentistry, termed as:
A. Summons C. certiorari
B. Mandamus D. Prohibition E. affidavit

5. In a lawsuit for malpractice, a good defense is:


A. experience and practice D. good college grades of the dentist
B. latest set-up of the clinic E. inferred consent
C. exercise of good care as expected of a father/mother

6. The most important question in malpractice suit is whether the dentist:


A. was experienced D. has advanced training
B. had an assistant E. had been in practice for more than 5 years
C. exercised due care

7. In order for a malpractice case to prosper, ___ is essential.


A. Negligence C. Proof of evidence
B. Testimony D. none of the choices E. both B & C

8. A person who gives any false or forged evidence to the Board of Dentistry in obtaining a certificate of Registration is guilty of:
A. illegal practice B. malpractice C. presumption

9. The principle of res judicta states that:


A. matter once tried and judged may not be retried
B. a matter once tried and judged may be retried
C. courts are bound by their own precepts
D. courts are bound to follow precedent
E. none of the above.

10. This is not a right the state confers on dentists.


A. right of compensation
B. right to avail themselves of all private hospitals
C. right to choose patients
D. right to diagnose, treat and advice a patient

11. In what legal concept that hears before it condemns, that proceed upon inquiry and renders judgment only after trial?
A. due process C. civil law
B. constitutional law D. private law E. none of these.

12. When the stipulations, conditions and covenants expected of a party to a contract are not achieved, there is:
A. implied contract C. express contract
B. consentual contract D. breach of contract E. none of these.

13. The branch of law which prescribe the means to be employed to enforce a right of a person redress a wrong or injury inflicted on a person.
A. commercial law C. civil law
B. constitutional law D. administrative law E. remedial law

14. The right of the state to regulate the practice of Dentistry is based on:
A. executive power C. judicial power
B. power of taxation D. power of eminent domain E. police power

15. This is the kind of tax imposed on individual citizens whether resident or not and aliens deriving income within the Philippines as well as
corporations, domestic or foreign.
A. Income tax C. Professional/Business Tax
B. Occupation tax D. S-2 license
16. These are unconditional payments for services or payments made after a service is rendered.
A. Retainer fee C. Simple Fee
B. Contingency Fee D. Wages E. Commission

17. These are felonies committed with deliberate intent or malice.


A. Dolo B. Culpa C. Fault D. none of these

18. Everyone is presumed to know the law.


A. conclusive presumption C. disputable presumption
B. testimony D. presumption in fact E. none of these

19. The Professional Regulation Commission is an agency created under:


A. RA 4419 B. PD 223 C. PD 323 D. RA 4491

20. A dentist has accidentally cut the mucosa of a patient with a bur while performing a restorative procedure on the latter.
A. culpa aquiliana C. solutio indebiti
B. culpa contractual D. negotiorum gestio E. agreement

21. Mylene agreed to pay for her bridgework amounting to 6,000php, either in cash or in the form of 6 sacks of rice.
A. Pure Obligation D. Obligation with a period
B. Conditional Obligation E. Alternative Obligation
C. Divisible Obligation

22. Karen asked her surgeon to operate on her cyst in the jaws. She insisted to pay only only when the procedure is successful. The surgeon agreed.
A. Pure Obligation D. Obligation with a period
B. Conditional Obligation E. Alternative Obligation
C. Divisible Obligation

23. Examples of moral damages are the following, except:


A. mental anguish C. fright
B. fright and mental anguish D. besmirched reputation

24. Dental licensure examination ensures that dentists have the same basic knowledge in dentistry, thus, dental education in the country need not be
regulated and standardized.
A. True B. False C. uncertain D. none of the choices

25. The best and most honorable means by which a dentist can develop his practice is by:
A. Advertisement C. patient satisfaction
B. a well-equipped clinic D. attractive signboards E. none of these

26. Defined as a person criminally liable for taking a direct part in executing a criminal act:
A. accomplice C. principal
B. accessory D. arresto mayor E. both A & B

27. A dentist who practices dentistry without paying his privilege tax is liable under the:
A. Dental Law C. National Revenue Code
B. Professional regulation Commission D. All of these

28. A certificate of registration may not be issued to an applicant who has not reached the age of:
A. 21 years B. 25 years C. no provision D. 18 years

29. A dentist should pay his occupation tax to:


A. the national government
B. not applicable if he has paid his income tax
C. the province where he practices his profession
D. the municipality or city where he practices his profession
E. none of the above.

30. Schools, colleges and universities who offers dentistry program are those duly authorized by the:
A. Board of Dentistry
B. Professional Regulation Commission
C. Philippine Dental Association
D. Commission on Higher Education
E. Department of the Education

31. The dentist has the right to demand payment for his professional fees from his patients. This right is called:
A. commercial right C. civil right
B. administrative right D. right in personam E. none of these
32. Pertinent dental data includes the following, except:
A. personal data C. social status
B. existing restorations D. fillings E. crown and bridges

33. Vinculum, obligee, obligor and object are elements of an:


A. creditor B. obligation C. debtor D. contract E. agreement

34. Civil remedies may be in the form of the following, except:


A. restitution C. specific performance
B. imprisonment D. damages E. none of these.

35. Criminal law falls under public law and includes the following, except:
A. nature of crime C. punishment or repression of crimes
B. definition of crimes D. effects and relation of contracts

36. The following act is ethical:


A. the dentist allows his name to be used to cover up for a factory required by law to engage a dentist for its workers
B. the dentist institutes corrective treatment without unnecessary criticism, if a patient’s case is not managed properly by another
dentist
C. the dentist allows illegal practitioners to use his name
D. the dentist gives a testimonial to the truly effective result of a mouthwash for free.
E. None of these.

37. What article of the Constitution contains the “Bill of Rights”?


A. V B. IV C. III D. II E. none of these

38. Dentist Licensure Examination are given:


A. once a year C. depends on PRC
B. thrice a year D. twice a year

39. The Board of Dentistry, the Council of Dental Education, and the Council for Advancement for Dental Research are:
A. special courts C. semi-private agencies
B. quasi-legislature D. administrative agencies

40. This term refers to a moral power residing in a person of doing, possessing or requiring something, which all other person are bound to respect.
A. legal right C. right
B. right in person D. right in rem E. none of these.

41. The essential elements in both libel and slander are the following, except:
A. the statement is prompted by malicious intent not from a good motive.
B. There is publication
C. The publication is with good motive
D. The imputation is defamatory in nature
E. None of the above

42. The Board has the power to suspend or revoke the validity of the certificate of registration due to unprofessional or unethical conduct, or due to
malpractice. This exercise of the power of the board shall be appealable to the:
A. Chairman, Board of Dentistry
B. Chairman, Professional regulation Commission
C. President of the Philippines
D. President of the PDA
E. None of the above

43. Section 1 of the Bill of Rights stipulates that a person may not be deprived of certain rights without due process of law, except this right:
A. life and liberty C. property
B. the practice of dentistry D. equal protection of law

44. This type of obligation arises from lawful , voluntary and unilateral acts based on the principle that no one shall be unjustly enriched or benefited at
the expense of another.
A. obligation arising from quasi-contracts
B. obligation arising from law
C. obligation arising from contract
D. all of the above
E. none of the above

45. A dentist who issues a bouncing check to a dental supplier is guilty of:
A. contributory negligence C. respondent superior
B. financial assault D. estafa
46. Under Article VII Penal and Miscellaneous Provisions, a person shall be guilty of misdemeanor if he is found to have committed the following act
except:
A. he appended to his name the letter DDS, having been conferred such degree in school
B. he presented or used as his own the certificates of registration as a dentist
C. he practiced dentistry in the Philippines without a certificate of registration
D. he submitted forged evidence to the Board of Dentistry in obtaining a certificate of registration
E. none of the above.

47. These are damages that are agreed upon by the parties to a contract, to be paid in case of breach thereof:
A. Temperate damages C. Moral damages
B. Actual damages D. Liquidated damages E. Nominal damages

48. A dentist who fails to practice in accordance with the required standard is guilty of:
A. illegal practice C. moral turpitude
B. unprofessional conduct D. all of these E. both A & B

49. Insanity is an example of:


A. alternative circumstances D. exempting circumstances
B. justifying circumstances E. aggravating circumstances
C. mitigating circumstances

50. These are payments based on the kind of treatment, length of treatment time, presence of complications:
A. retainer fee C. simple fee
B. contingency fee D. wages E. commission

51. Planning a dental clinic involves the following factors, except:


A. size of the clinic C. good parking space
B. good location D. utilities such as water, electricity and telephone

52. In dentistry, work simplification means.


A. use of advanced equipment
B. group practice
C. hiring dental auxiliaries to do all the dental procedures under strict supervision
D. the right equipment placed in the right position at the right time using the shortest and easiest way of doing work.
E. All of the above.

53. This is the cost of operating a business like a dental clinic.


A. fixed overhead C. variable overhead
B. capital expense D. overhead

54. When a case is beyond the scope of dentistry, what should the dentists do?
A. refer the patient to a dental specialist D. refer the patient to a faith healer
B. do nothing since it is beyond his scope E. refer the patient to a physician
C. none of the above

55. The art and science of preventing and controlling dental disease and promoting dental health through organized community efforts.
A. community health C. health
B. community dentistry D. dental health E. none of the choices

56. The following are importance of community dentistry, except:


A. to cure and manage disease D. to apply learned principles in dentistry
B. to reduce dental caries incidence E. principle of efficiency
C. to evaluate community dental status.

57. The art and science of preventing disease through organized community effeorts.
A. community health C. public health activity
B. community oral health program D. all of these E. none of these

58. State of normality and functional efficiency of the oral cavity in relation to mastication and maxillofacial complexities:
A. health C. desirable dental health
B. oral health D. dental health E. good oral health

59. Community dentistry is a science offering services, which are ___ in nature?
A. Preventive C. educative
B. Promotive D. both A & B E. both A & C
60. Management is:
A. deals with the execution of the policy
B. get things done through people
C. build human and physical resourced into dynamic organizational units
D. all of the above
E. none of the above

61. It refers to the structure of an agency and the way people are arranged into working groups.
A. Management C. organization
B. Administration D. all of the above E. none of the above

62. A timed series activities requiring physical, human and financial resourced to achieve a health policy objectives.
A. civic action C. outreach program
B. dental mission D. health program E. public program

63. The following are problems of insufficient coverage and inadequate quality of care, except:
A. motivation C. manpower
B. policy D. technology E. budget

64. Public Health Dentistry involves practice among:


A. all kinds of patients D. people belonging to tribal groups
B. government employees only E. indigent patients
C. underserved community

65. Dental records are very important because:


A. They can identify patients accurately
B. They are accepted as evidence.
C. They are legally accepted in court
D. They minimized dentist’s risk of liability in case something goes wrong during and after treatment procedures.

66. The most popular and accepted form of dental practice in the Philippines is:
A. group practice C. heritage practice
B. partnership D. solo practice E. public health dentistry

67. Advantage of renting/leasing dental equipment.


A. no equity is required C. all of these
B. less costly than direct buying D. no big capital outlay is needed.

68. The following factor should be considered when estimating dental fees.
A. time to be utilized in the treatment C. capacity of the patient to pay
B. cost of the materials D. all of the above

69.A dentist who wants to establish and maintain a good practice should:
A. employ an agent or solicitor
B. advertise in newspaper and/or magazine
C. charge and collect high professional fees
D. equip clinic with modern facilities and use up-to-date materials
E. all of the above

70. Dental ethics deals with the relations of dentist with:


A. society C. other medical allied professional
B. other dentist D. all of these E. both A & B only

71. These are forms required by the Bureau of Internal revenue from dentist when practicing their profession.
A. Official receipt C. Invoice
B. Ledger D. all of these E. both A & B only

72. Dentistry is considered both a profession and a business because of the following reasons:
A. it needs capital to open a clinic D. all of these
B. it needs profits for advancement E. both A & C only
C. it produces a service or product

73. Major area covered in the study of practice management.


A. location of clinic C. organization and preparation of dental practice
B. clinic design D. financing E. professional fees.

74. The best way to attract or gain patients:


A. superior or excellent services C. excellent clinic design
B. reasonable professional fees D. all of these
75. Indicates quantified change from existing levels of occurrence.
A. activity target C. linkages
B. evaluation indicator D. approaches E. disease target

76. Identifiable trait of a program and close to the disease it is addressing.


A. basis of the program C. condition target
B. name of the program D. service target E. activity

77. Percentage of the population that should retain all the teeth at age 18 (FDI Gobal Goals)
A. 25% B. 65% C. 85% D. 50% E. 30%

78. In treatment planning, the dentist should consider a patient’s ethnic identity and heritage because the patient’s cultural background influences the
formation of his health-related beliefs and attitudes.
A. Both the statement and the reason are correct and related
B. Both the statement and the reason are correct but not related
C. The statement is correct, but the reason is not.
D. The statement is not correct, but the reason is accurate
E. Neither the statement nor the reason is correct.

79. To prevent cross-contamination to patients from dental operatory units, a dentist should used handpieces and water supply hoses that are fitted with
which type of valves?
A. Retraction B. Pressure C. Anti-retraction D. Depressurization

80. Which of the following represents the appropriate way for a practitioner to manage a patient’s hostility and anger?
A. Using one’s authority as a dentist and issuing a firm warning.
B. Allowing the patient to control the situation.
C. Attempting to extinguish the behavior by ignoring it.
D. Identifying the underlying source of the patient’s anger.

81. Individuals who are cognitively disabled )e.g. those who have Down syndrome) sometimes have difficulty accepting dental care. In attempting to
improve their cooperation, the dentist should do which of the following as an initial therapy?
A. Administer sedative agents. C. Use graduated exposures to the dental setting
B. Use physical restraints D. Refer the patient to a special care clinic.

82. The dental assistant:


A. prepares the operatory for procedures
B. prepares instrument trays and anesthesia set-ups as required by the dentist
C. performs dental instrument sterilization
D. all of the above
E. A & B only.

83. The first priority of the dental team is to:


A. collect all outstanding accounts receiveable
B. serve all patients with courtesy and a quality, service-oriented philosophy
C. set up staff meetings
D. define total quality management

84. Most practices conduct audits of patients files to:


A. keep patient from becoming lost in mid treatment
B. see that patients who may have canceled appointments without reappointing are rescheduled to complete treatment.
C. Ensure that patients are notified of their recall appointments when due
D. A & B only
E. All of the above.

85. This refers to a method of payment for services where the insurer pays providers a fixed amount for such patient treated regardless of the type,
complexity or number of services required.
A. Cash C. personal check
B. Capitation D. direct reimbursement E. credit cards

86. This is the lifeline of dental practice:


A. new patients B. recall C. marketing D. advertising E. recruitment

87. The first priority of the dental team is to:


A. collect all outstanding accounts receiveable
B. serve all patients with courtesy and a quality, service-oriented philosophy
C. set up staff meetings
D. define total quality management
88. An advantage of this methods of payments is proof of payment:
A. cash C. personal check
B. direct reimbursement D. budget plans E. payment through HMOs

89. These are supplies that are completely used up like cements, impression materials and gypsum.
A. Consumable B. disposable C. expendable D. equipment

90. The following are marketing principles in dental practice:


I. people III. promotions
II. product IV. Patience
A. I, II & III B. I, III & IV C. I, II & IV D. II, III & IV E. I & II only

91. The following are factors to be considered in the regulation of fees in dental practice:
I. overhead expenses III. Cost of the materials
II. financial status of the dentist IV. Professional preparation
A. I, II & III B. I, II & IV C. II, III & IV D. I, III & IV E. I & III only

92. Letters of building signs above the 1st floor shall be no bigger than ___cm in size?
A. 14 B. 16 C. 15 D. 25 E. 26

93. Letter for building signs on the 1sd floor shall not be larger than __cm in size:
A. 4x4 B. 5x5 C. 7x7 D. 8x8 E. 6x6

94. Directional signboards may be used by the dentist but shall not be more than ___ along the street where the dentist is practicing:
A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 E. 5

95. The dentist shall make newspaper announcement only within ___days from date of opening, change, or limitation of practice:
A. 30 B. 40 C. 50 D. 20 E. 10

96. It is a process wherein there is analysis of the business plan into the functions or activities to be performed, assignment are given of each task to a
specific person; and everything is presented in an organizational chart.
A. dental practice administration C. dental practice planning
B. practice management D. all of the choices E. none of these.

97. It is the secret ingredient in business success. It is an essential factor in decision-making; anticipating future problems:
A. dental practice administration C. dental practice planning
B. practice management D. all of the choices E. none of these

98. The newest requirements before a dentist can practice dentirsty are:
A. graduated from CHED acrredited dental school
B. passed the licensure examination
C. registered with PRC
D. getting a barangay and mayor’s permit
E. none of these.

99. Best advantage of partnership practice is:


A. pooling together of talents and money C. freedom to be absent from clinic
B. personnel utilization efficiency D. all of the above

100. Practice Management provide opportunities for dentist to:


A. earn more money C. render efficient and better services
B. learn public relation techniques D. analyze needs and wants of professional life

101. This refers to a method of payment for services where the insurer pays providers a fixed amount for such patient treated regardless of the type,
complexity or number of services required.
A. Cash C. capitation
B. personal check D. direct reimbursement E. credit cards

102. This type of expense varies greatly depending upon the type of practice and volume of prosthetic and orthodontic cases.
A. clinical & dental supplies. C. Laboratory fees
B. Occupancy costs D. Personnel expenses E. administrative expenses

103.Accounts payable is a system of/for:


A. distributing money owned by the practice
B. collecting money owned to the practice
C. making collection calls to patients who have overdue bills with the practice
D. receiving direct reimbursement from insurance companies.
E.

104. Advantages to the dentist of signing onto a managed care program include:
A. guaranteed flow of new patients C. higher pay for services
B. guaranteed cash flow and patient base D. both A & C only E. A & B only

105. A complete financial responsibility form should include all of the following, except:
A. name, address and phone number of the patient and the responsible party if different
B. specific insurance information
C. patient’s tax return from previous year
D. the responsible party’s place of employment

106. This is the lifeline of dental practice:


A. new patients C. marketing
B. recall D. advertising E. recruitment

107. Most practices conduct audits of patients files to:


A. keep patient from becoming lost in mid treatment
B. see that patients who may have canceled appointments without reappointing are rescheduled to complete treatment.
C. Ensure that patients are notified of their recall appointments when due
D. A & B only
E. All of the above.

108. The complete patient file should contain the:


A. first and last name of the patient
B. clinical record, financial and informed consents
C. medical/dental history and necessary radiographs
D. all of the above
E. A & C only.

109. The first priority of the dental team is to:


A. collect all outstanding accounts receiveable
B. serve all patients with courtesy and a quality, service-oriented philosophy
C. set up staff meetings
D. define total quality management

110. In this kind of payment, the patient may choose whomever he wishes as a provider of dental care.
A. Cash C. direct reimbursement
B. personal check D. budget plans E. payments through HMOs

111. A method of payment which is virtually guaranteed reduced paperwork, billing and collection time.
A. Cash C. direct reimbursement
B. Personal check D. credit card E. third party payment

112. An advantage of this methods of payments is proof of payment:


A. cash C. direct reimbursement
B. personal check D. budget plans E. payment through HMOs

113. Operating or overhead expenses constitute___ of the total gross collection of a dental office.
A. 50% B. 70% C. 80% D. 20%

114. A predetermined minimum quantity of a specific supply left in inventory.


A. rotating stock B. rate of use C. reorder point D. shelf life

115. This is the amount of time a product is guaranteed fresh.


A. rotating stock B. rate of use C. reorder point D. shelf life

116. These are supplies that are completely used up like cements, impression materials and gypsum.
A. Consumable B. disposable C. expendable D. equipment

117. These are single-use items that are discarded immediately after the procedure for which they are used.
A. Consumable B. disposable C. expendable D. equipment

118. Campus placement offices do all of the following, except:


A. charge a fee for applicant screening
B. post ongoing job for students and alumni
C. match students with employers in the area
D. operate at no cost.

119. The cost of administering the practice includes all of the following, except:
A. accounting and legal services C. payroll
B. collection costs and bank charges D. continuing education
E. dues and subscriptions

120. ___overhead includes those office expenses which remain fairly constant from month to month.
A. Variable B. income C. fixed D. reconciled

121.Which of the following principles requires health professionals to inform their patients about treatment and to protect their confidentiality?
A. Justice B. autonomy C. beneficence D. nonmaleficence

122. In treatment planning, the dentist should consider a patient’s ethnic identity and heritage because the patient’s cultural background influences
the formation of his health-related beliefs and attitudes.
A. Both the statement and the reason are correct and related
B. Both the statement and the reason are correct but not related
C. The statement is correct, but the reason is not.
D. The statement is not correct, but the reason is accurate
E. Neither the statement nor the reason is correct.

123. To prevent cross-contamination to patients from dental operatory units, a dentist should used
handpieces and water supply hoses that are fitted with which type of valves?
A. Retraction B. Pressure C. Anti-retraction D. depressurization

124. A n employee wishes to clean a dental office operatory. To receive the greatest protection during these procedures, this individual should wear
which of the following types of gloves?
A. Utility B. Vinyl C. Fiberglass D. Latex

125. Which of the following represents the appropriate way for a practitioner to manage a patient’s hostility and anger?
A. Using one’s authority as a dentist and issuing a firm warning.
B. Allowing the patient to control the situation.
C. Attempting to extinguish the behavior by ignoring it.
D. Identifying the underlying source of the patient’s anger.

126. On a prepayment basis, the dental patients receive care at specified facilities from a limited number of dentists. This practice plan is classified
as which of the following?
A. Closed panel B. Open panel C. group practice D. Solo practice

127. Individuals who are cognitively disabled )e.g. those who have Down syndrome) sometimes have difficulty accepting dental care. In attempting
to improve their cooperation, the dentist should do which of the following as an initial therapy?
A. Administer sedative agents.
B. Use graduated exposures to the dental setting
C. Use physical restraints
D. Refer the patient to a special care clinic.

128 A dentist’s best promotion is his:


A. signage B. relatives C. satisfied patients D. friends E. all of these.

129. The following are marketing principles in dental practice:


I. people III. promotions
II. product IV. Patience
A. I, II & III B. I, III & IV C. I, II & IV D. II, III & IV E. I & II only

130. The following are factors to be considered in the regulation of fees in dental practice:
III. overhead expenses III. Cost of the materials
IV. financial status of the dentist IV. Professional preparation
A. I, II & III B. I, II & IV C. II, III & IV D. I, III & IV E. I & III only

131. The dental clinic shall have not more than ___ window or building sign per exposure:
A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 E. 5

132. Window/building signs above the 1st floor shall show the name of the dentist and the term:
A. dentist C. dentist or dentistry
B. dentistry D. general practitioner E. none of these
133. Letters of building signs above the 1st floor shall be no bigger than ___cm in size?
A. 14 B. 16 C. 15 D. 25 E. 26

134. Letter for building signs on the 1sd floor shall not be larger than __cm in size:
A. 4x4 B. 5x5 C. 7x7 D. 8x8 E. 6x6

135. Directional signboards may be used by the dentist but shall not be more than ___ along the street where the dentist is practicing:
A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 E. 5

136. The dentist shall make newspaper announcement only within ___days from date of opening, change, or limitation of practice:
A. 30 B. 40 C. 50 D. 20 E. 10

137 The passport in the legitimate practice of dentistry in the country is the:
A.. certificate of passing C. certificate of recognition
B. certificate of participation D. certificate of registration E. transcript of records

138. The following are advantages of heritage practice, except:


A. the rookie dentist must accept all patient transferees in most cases
B. practice is retained in the family
C. the patient load is inherited by the beginner member
D. easily accepts ideas related to the management of the clinic
E. all of the above.

139. The prime advantage of solo practice:


A. sole control of personnel C. possible tax advantage
B. one-man policy decision D. no implied partnership E. quiet ambiance

140. The following are advantages of group practice except:


A. pooling of expertise
B. necessity of acceptance from group leadership
C. quality control
D. quantity purchase
E. freedom to be absent

142. The following are disadvantages of employee-employer relationship, except:


A. personality clashes C. compliance with policies
B. communication gap D. non necessity for outlay of money
E. gaining experience is limited

143. In expense sharing relationships, __ or more dentists bind themselves into cost-sharing agreement:
A. 5 B. 2 C. 10 D. 6 E. all of these

144. The following are advantages of urban dental practice, except:


A. full quality care practice C. easier on specialty practice
B. more social pressure D. near supply houses E. none of these

145. Advantages of rural area practice , except:


A. large number of patients C. the fees
B. social responsibility D. financial aspect E. none of these

146. The following are objectives of dental practice, except:


A. restore function and anesthetics
B. to be aware of the social & economic aspect of the profession]
C. to be physically fit
D. to keep abreast of new dental trends
E. to think of the patient as a whole total personality

147. The ability to use knowledge methods, technique & equipments necessary for the performance of specific task:
I. technical skill II. conceptual skill III. human skill
A. I & II B. I & III C. II & III D. I only E. III only

148. The dissemination of accurate & scientific information to develop awareness in dental practice:
A. friendliness C. educational management
B. patient education D. dental practice administration E. word of mouth

149. Evaluation and investigation into the reasons why the actual performance deviates from the budgeted normal operations as expected:
A. directing C. planning
B. organizing D. controlling E. management

150. The act of setting goals and targets:


A. management C. controlling
B. organizing D. planning E. directing

151. Occupation tax is paid annually on or before :


A. 15th of April C. 15th of January
B. 31sth of January D. first twenty days of January
E. December 15th to January 21st

152. Income tax is paid on or before:


A. 15th of April C. 15th of January
B. 31st of January D. first twenty days of January
E. December 15th to January 21st

153. These are taxes paid as a part of the gross income of the clinic which is payable every 20th of each month.
A. Professional tax C. Income tax
B. Percentage tax D. EVAT E. all of these

154. These are unconditional payments for services or payments made after a service is rendered:
A. retainer fee C. simple fee
B. contingency fee D. wages E. commission

155. These are payments based on the kind of treatment, length of treatment time and presence of complications:
A. retainer fee C. simple fee
B. contingency fee D. wages E. commission

156. Refers to what a dentist has acquired in college and what he is expected to acquire from time to time from the progress of dental science
A. Learning C. Professional Trust
B. Skill D. experience E. Best Judgment

157. These are damages that are agreed upon by the parties to a contract, to be paid in case of breach thereof:
A. Temperate damages C. Moral damages
B. Actual damages D. Liquidated damages E. Nominal damages

158. These are damages which include physical suffering, mental anguish, fright, serious anxiety, social humiliation, wounded feelings, etc:
A. Temperate damages C. Moral damages
B. Actual damages D. Liquidated damages E. Nominal damages

159. These are felonies committed with deliberate intent or malice:


A. Dolo B. Culpa C. Fault D. None of these

160. Acts or omissions punishable by law:


A. Felonies B. Malpractice C. Illegal practice D. none of these

161. A dentist wants to maintain a continuing education program throughout his professional life because:
A. he can make his profession more profitable C. for general information
B. it is his duty to his profession D. to maintain his social standing
E. all of the above

162. Ensures the fulfillment of an obligation by assuming responsibility if there is non performance:
A. pure and conditional obligation C. joint and solidary obligation
B. alternative obligation D. civil obligation
E. obligation with a penal clause

163. Every dentist shall report to appropriate authority or professional society, instances of gross and continual faulty treatment by another dentist
reflects:
A. Expert testimony C. Justifiable circumstance
B. Justifiable criticism D. Professional advancement

164. Preparation, perfection and consummation are essential requisites of:


A. obligation B. consent C. contract D. agreement

165. The Professional Regulation Commission, in which the Board of Dentistry belongs, is directly under what department/office?
A. legislative department C. the Office of the President
B. executive department D. Commission on Higher Education
E. The Judiciary
166. Oblige, obligor, object and vinculums are elements of a/an:
A. Creditor B. obligation C. debtor D. contract E. none of these

167 The Board of Dentistry shall, within the prescribed numbers of days after the last day of examination, report the ratings obtained by each
candidate to the:
A. Professional Regulation Commission C. President of the Philippines
B. CHED D. Commission of Civil Service

168. This power is not an inherent power of the State:


A. taxation B. eminent power C. police power D. penal power E. none of these

169. A duly registered dental practitioner should consider the following in establishing his professional fee to a patient:
I. complexity of the procedure
II. cost of medicines and materials/supplies used
III. financial capability of the patient
A. I & II B. I & III C. II & III D. I, II & III E. I only

170. Kinds of obligations under the Civil Code:


I. Pure and conditional obligation
II. Divisible & indivisible obligation
III. Alternative obligation
IV. Obligations without a penal clause
A. I, II & III B. I, II & IV C. I, III & IV D. II, III & IV E. I & II only

171. Under Public Law, criminal laws includes the following:


I. natures of crimes III. Punishment or repression of crimes
II. definitions of crimes IV. effects and relation of contracts
A. I, II & III B. I, II & IV C. I, III & IV D. I, II, III & IV E. I & II only

172 A registered dentist must pay the following taxes to legally engage in the practice of dentistry:
I. income tax III. Occupation tax
II. privilege tax IV. real property tax
A. I, II, III & IV B. II, III & IV C. I, III & IV D. I, II & IV E. I & II only

173. The “Bill of Right” of the Constitution is found in:


A. Article II B. Article III C. Article IV D. Article V

174.The Dentist Licensure Examination are given:


A. once a year C. thrice a year
B. twice a year D. depends on the Board of Dentistry

175. Injuries incapacitating an offended party for less than 30 days but not more than 10 days fall under:
A. less serious physical injuries C. slight physical injuries
B. serious physical injuries D. accidental physical injuries
E. none of the above.

176.The offender performs all the acts of execution which would produce the felony as a consequence thereof, but which nevertheless do not
produce it by reason of causes independent of the will of the perpetrator is:
A, attempted felony C. consummated felony
B. frustrated felony D. none of these

177. These are payments based on the kind of tre4atment, length of treatment time, presence of complications:
A. retainer fee C. simple fee
B. contingency fee D. wages E. commission

178. The Act that created the Professional Regulation Commission:


A. Act 4419 B. PD 541 C. PD 223 D. PD 332` E. none of these

179. Insanity is an example of:


A. Mitigating circumstances C. Exempting circumstances
B. Aggravating circumstances D. Justifying circumstances
E. Alternative circumstances
180. The following are criminal offenses that may involve a dentist:
I. issuance of false medical/dental certificate
II. libel/slander
III. homicide
IV. negligence
V. unlawful prescription of drugs.
A. I, II, III & IV B. I, II, III & V C. II, III & IV D. I, IV & V E. all of these

181. In what legal concept that hears before it condemns, that proceed upon inquiry and renders judgment only after trial:
A. Due process C. Civil law
B. constitutional law D. Private Law E. none of these.

182. If a dentist fails to properly perform his duty due to his ignorance, negligence, unskillfullness or moral depravity, the dentist is guilty of:
A. illegal practice, if injury to the patient results from the said improper performance of
duty
B. moral turpitude
C. malpractice, even though there is no resultant injury to the patient
D. malpractice, if injury to the patient results from the said improper
performance of duties.
E. None of the above.

183. When an offense committed is contrary to principles of ethics, justice or honesty, it involves:
A. criminal offense C. moral turpitude
B. dishonorable conduct D. civil offense E. none.of these

184. That body and principles which govern the relation and intercourse of state with each other:
A. Constitutional Law C. Law of Public officers
B. Private International Law D. Public International Law
E. Administrative Law.

185. Each professional who treats a patient is:


A. liable for his own malpractice
B. not liable for any malpractice
C. jointly liable for the malpractice of all other doctors
D. liable only for one other professional man

186. The branch of law which define crimes, treats their nature and provides for their punishment or repression, is the definition of:
A. Political Law B. Criminal Law C. Private Law D. none of these.

187. Republic Act 4419 is better known as:


A. The Philippine Dental Act
B. An act creating the board of dentistry
C. Code of Dental Practice in the Philippines
D. An act governing the registration and examination for dentist.

188. Membership in the Philippine Dental Association and the bonafide dental chapter of the association is:
A. not necessary as long as one is registered dentist
B. not necessary as long as one does not commit malpractice
C. not obligatory as long as one has a lucrative income in practice
D. necessary by law
E. depends upon the strata of society where the dentist belong.

189. Otherwise known as Generic Act of 1988:


A. RA 768 B RA. 4419 C. RA 6675 D. RA 6685 E. PD 223.

190. If a patient failed to pay his fee for dental treatment, this is a:
A. breach of contract C. common law
B. tort D. contributory negligence E. none of these.

191. A dentist is found guilty of any violations of the Code of Dental Practice maybe imposed the sanction of, except:
A. revocation B. suspension C. damages payment D. reprimand

192. A dentist wants to maintain a continuing education program throughout his professional life because:
A. he can make his profession more profitable C. for general information
B. it is his duty to his profession D. to maintain his social standing
E. all of these.

193. Every dentist shall report to the appropriate authority or professional society, instances of gross and continual faulty treatment by another
dentist reflects:
A. expert testimony C. justifiable circumstance
B. justifiable criticism D. professional advancement E. none of these.

194. An act granting dentists to prescribe and administer opium, cocaine or any of its derivatives to their patients:
A. Act 2381 B. Act 2831 C. Act 2502 D. Act 2205 E. none.

195. This Latin maxim/s is/are the basis of police power:


1. Salus populi suprema lex est
2. Ignorantia excusat legis nenemen
3. Sic utere tuo ut alienum non laedas
A. 1 & 2 B. 2 only C. 1 & 3 D. 2 & 3 E. 3 only

196. The certificate of registration contains the following, except:


A. a serial number
B. signatures of the chairman and members of the Board of Dentistry
C. signature of the PRC chairman
D. name of school where dentist graduated
E. none of the choices.

197. A dentist who has a revoked license can apply for the reinstatement of his certificate in that same matter as an application for an original
certificate:
A. a period of 10 years C. a period of 1 year
B. a period of 5 years D. can no longer reinstate his certificate.

198. Homicide committed through reckless imprudence shall be imposed a penalty of:
A.. arresto mayor in its medium and maximum periods
B. arresto mayor in its maximum period and prison correccional in its minimum
period
C. reclusion perpetua
D. destierro
E. all of the above.

199. Consent to an operation or to a course of treatment:


A. is a professional duty to the public
B. must be actual only
C. may be actual or maybe implied
D. is not necessary for the dentist to obtain.

200. The principle of res judicia states that:


A. matter once tried and judged may not be retried
B. a matter once tried and judged may be retried
C. courts are bound by their own percepts
D. courts are bound to follow precedent.

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