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1

Term for an abnormality in the position of the teeth.
A). Oligodontia
B). Polydontia
C). Malocclusion
D). Gemini

C). Malocclusion

2

Term for fewer teeth than normal
A). Oligodontia
B). Polydontia
C). Malocclusion
D). Gemini

A). Oligodontia

3

Term for more teeth than normal.
A). Oligodontia
B). Polydontia
C). Malocclusion
D). Gemini

B). Polydontia

4

Term for single tooth bud attempts to divide into 2 teeth (2 crowns)
A). Oligodontia
B). Polydontia
C). Malocclusion
D). Gemini

D). Gemini

5

What Malocclusion class would be considered with anterior cross bite?
A) Class 1
B) Class 2
C) Class 3
D) Class 4

A) Class 1

6

What is another term for an undershot bite ( mandible is longer than maxialla)?
A) Prognathism
B). Brachygnathism

A). Prognathism

7

What is another term for an overshot bite? (Mandible is shorter than maxilla)
A). Prognathism
B). Brachynathism

B). Brachygnathism

8

Which organs are most affected with Periodontal Disease?
A) Lungs
B) Kidneys
C) Liver
D) All of the above

D). ALl of the above

9

Tooth Motility 1 M1 is characterized by:
A). <1mm of side to side movement
B). _> 1mm of side-to-side movement
C). >1 mm of side to side movement and up and down in the socket movement

A). <1mm of side to side movement

10

Term for area between the roots where they join the crown (of multi-rooted teeth).
A) Furcation
B). Gemini
C). Polydontia disease

A). Furcation

11

What is the classification if the probe can pass halfway into the furcation?
A). F1
B). F2
C). F3
D). F4

F2

12

what is Periodontitis?

Inflammation of the periodontal tissue

13

What are some clinical signs of Periodontitis?
A). Halitosis
B). Difficulty eating
C). red, inflammed gingiva
D). Excessive drooling
E). All of the above

E). All of the above

14

What stage of Periodontitis shows ginigivitis, mild redness of gingiva at crest, mild plaque?
A). Stage 1
B). Stage 2
C). Stage 3
D). Stage 4

A). Stage 1

15

What stage of periodontitis shows advanced attachment loss, deep pocket formation, gingival recession, pus?
A). Stage 1
B). Stage 2
C). Stage 3
D). Stage 4

D). Stage 4

16

What stage of Periodontitis shows 10%-30% of bone loss, furcation exposure, increasing calculus
A). Stage 1
B). Stage 2
C). Stage 3
D). Stage 4

C). Stage 3

17

What stage of Periodontitis shows Advanced gingivitis, subgingival plaque, gingival edema and inflammation.
A). Stage 1
B). Stage 2
C). Stage 3
D). Stage 4

B). Stage 2

18

What is the treatment for Periodontal disease stage 3?
A). Home-care, supra- and sub-gingival polishing, sulcular irrigation with fluoride
B). Supra- & Sub-gingival scaling, polishing, fluoride and home care
C). Thorough calculus removal supra- & sub-gingival, polishing, fluoride, regular home care
D). Thorough scaling, sub-gingival curettage, root planing, flap surgery, polishing, fluoride treatment, and home care

C). Thorough calculus removal supra- & sub-gingival, polishing, fluoride, regular home care

19

What disease is a disease of the pulp, the inner aspect of the tooth?
A). Endodontic Disease
B). Periodontitis
C). Stomatitis
D). Gingivitis

A). Endodontic Disease

20

What does FORLs stand for?
A). Feline, Oral, Resporptive, Lesion
B). Feline, Odontoclastic, Resorptive, Lesions
C). Foul, Oral, Reproductive Lesions
D). Feline, Odontoclastic, Real, Leasions

B). Feline, Odontoclastic, Resorptive, Lesions

21

What is the term for Passive inorganic demineralization of enamel.
A). Caries
B). ORL

A). Caries

22

Term for active progressive destruction of dental tissues
A). Caries
B). ORL

B). ORL

23

What does the abbreviation RL mean?
A). Resorptive Love
B. Real Lesions
C). Respotive lesions
D). Resorptive Lesions

D). Resorptive Lesions

24

What are the most common types of Malignant oral Neoplasia in canines?
A). Fibrosarcoma (German Shepherds)
B). Malignant Melenoma (Cocker spaniels)
C). Squamous cell carcinoma
D). All of the above

D). All of the above

25

What are the incisors used for?
A). Grasping and Tearing
B). Shearing and Grinding
C), Gnawing and grooming
D). None of the above

C). Gnawing and grooming

26

What is the canines used for?
A). Grasping and Tearing
B). Shearing and Grinding
C), Gnawing and grooming
D). None of the above

A). Grasping and Tearing

27

What are the premolars and molars used for?
A). Grasping and Tearing
B). Shearing and Grinding
C), Gnawing and grooming
D). None of the above

B). Shearing and Grinding

28

What is the dental formula for dogs deciduous teeth?
A). 2x (3i/3i, 1c/1c, 3p/3p) = 28
B). 2x (3I/3I, 1C/1C, 4P/4P/ 2M/3M) = 42
C). 2x (3i/3i, 1c/1c, 3p/2p) = 26
D). 2x (3I/3I, 1C/1C, 3P/2P, 1M/1M) = 30

A). 2x (3i/3i, 1c/1c, 3p/3p) = 28

29

What is the dental formula for cat deciduous teeth?
A). 2x (3i/3i, 1c/1c, 3p/3p) = 28
B). 2x (3I/3I, 1C/1C, 4P/4P/ 2M/3M) = 42
C). 2x (3i/3i, 1c/1c, 3p/2p) = 26
D). 2x (3I/3I, 1C/1C, 3P/2P, 1M/1M) = 30

C). 2x (3i/3i, 1c/1c, 3p/2p)= 26