intestinal mucosa upon absorption.
liver upon hydroxylation.
skin upon ultraviolet radiation from the sun.
kidney upon hydroxylation.
decreased due to an altered host immune response
decreased due to circulatory changes.
exaggerated due to a change in the type of infecting microorganism
exaggerated due to an altered host immune response.
All of the above.
(2) and (4)
(1) (2) (3)
(1) and (3)
Pronounced midpalatal raphe
Labial frenum impingement
Poor denture base adaptation
Insufficient posterior palatal seal
Coronoid process interference
Supragingival calculus removal.
Mandibular block anesthesia.
photographs, cephalometric, panoramic and periapical radiographs.
family history, photographs, cephalometric and panoramic radiographs.
photographs, cephalometric and panoramic radiographs.
family history, photographs, cephalometric, panoramic and periapical radiographs.
elicits dull, prolonged pain on chewing.
most commonly involves the supporting cusps.
can readily be diagnosed using transillumination.
is associated with medium to large-sized restorations.
having an incubation time of 3-6 months for the disease.
needing no additional sterilization precautions in the management of the patient.
the disease being transmissible through air or casual contact with an infected patient.
the disease usually being fatal within one year
infection of the socket.
disturbance of the hemostatic plug.
long buccal nerve block.
anterior superior alveolar block.
inferior alveolar block.
mental or incisive block.
posterior superior alveolar block.
fabricate a porcelain fused to metal crown.
perform root canal treatment and fabricate a porcelain veneer.
perform root canal treatment and fabricate a post retained porcelain fused to metal crown
perform root canal treatment and nonvital bleaching.
fabricate a porcelain veneer
remove entire bridge and assess restorability of abutments.
perform endodontic therapy through the 4.7 crown.
prescribe an antibiotic and an analgesic and reappoint the patient
section the bridge at 4.4, remove 4.7 crown and assess 4.7
have liver function tests performed to assess liver damage from a previous hepatitis B infection.
refrain from performing any exposure-prone procedures for a period of 3-6 months followed by a full series of hepatitis B vaccinations.
receive one additional vaccination followed by post-immunization testing.
repeat the full series of hepatitis B vaccinations followed by post-immunization testing.
furcation is more accessible from the buccal.
risk for sinus perforation is minimized
buccal roots are shorter than palatal root.
buccal bone is thinner than the palatal bone.
Dry heat sterilization.
Glass bead sterilizer.
constricted root canals.
inadequate periodontal support.
be perpendicular to the long axis of the tooth
slope apically from mesial to distal.
be 2mm into the dentin.
be parallel to the buccolingual cusp plane
place tooth under the tongue and come to your office immediately.
put the tooth in alcohol and come to your office immediately.
wrap the tooth in tissue and come to your office in a week's time.
put the tooth in water and come to your office at the end of the day.
place the tooth in milk and come to your office immediately.
mesial of a mandibular first molar.
distal of a mandibular first premolar.
mesial of a mandibular first premolar.
distal of a mandibular first molar.