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1

Basic Setup includes?

Mirror
Probe (furcation also)
Explorer (subgingival also)

2

3 parts of a dental mirror

handle
shank
working end (mirror)

3

3 types of mirror surfaces

Plane (ghost images)
Concave (magnifying)
Front

4

4 uses of a mouth mirror

retraction
indirect vision
indirect illumination
transillumination

5

Caries and calculus deposits appear to be ______ in color when viewed with transillumination

opaque

6

what are the two general types of probes

traditional or standard manual
controlled force or automated

7

The Nabers 1N and 2N are types of?

furcation probes

8

The term "pocket" refers to

diseased gingival sulcus

9

A pocket is measured from _____ to _____

base of sulcus (Junctional epi)
gingival margin

10

Gingival and Periodontal infections start in the _____ area most frequently

Col

11

Where is the probe depth "usually" the biggest

interproximally

12

The general objectives of probing are ____ and _____

accuracy
consistency

13

When the probe tip is within the junctional epi that is termed

gingivitis and early perio

14

When the probe tip can pass through the junctional epi and reaches attached connective tissue this is termed

Advanced Peio

15

How much pressure is needed when probing

10-20g

16

Initial Insertion of the probe is done where

at the distal line angle (facial and lingual)

17

Probing depth is _______ then the clinical attachment level when there is visible recession and the CEJ is visible

smaller

18

Probing depth is ______ than the clinical attachment level when the CEJ is covered with free gingiva

greater

19

the probing depth ______ the clinical attachment level when the free gingiva is level with the CEJ

equal

20

The furcation can be accessed _____ or ____for MN molars (bifurcated roots)

facial
lingual

21

The furcation can be accessed _____ or ____ for MX first premolars (bifurcated roots)

mesial
distal

22

The furcation can be accessed ______ or ____ or ______ on MX molars

mesial
buccal
distal

23

The tension test is used to detect adequacy of the width of the _______

attached gingiva

24

How do you measure the width of the attached gingiva

measure total gingiva (from margin to MGJ) then measure the pobe depth and subtract.

25

An explorer used for pockets has an ______ shank with a _____tip

angled
short

26

No TU-17 is used for?

Supragingival exam

27

A sickle or Shepherd's hook explorer is used for examining ____ and ______ and ___.

pits
fissures
supragingival surfaces

28

Pigtail or Cowhorn explorers are used for examining

proximal surfaces

29

Fremitus means

palpable vibration or movement

30

The normal level of bone from the crest to the CEJ is?

1.0-1.5mm

31

Bone loss usually appears horizontal when _____ is the sole destructive factor

inflammation

32

Vertical or angular bone loss is most likely related to _____ problems

trauma from occlusion