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Retarder of alginate, controls setting time

Sodium Phosphate (2%)

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Type 1 dental gypsum

Impression plaster

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Type II dental gypsum

Model plasters

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Type 3 dental gypsum

Dental stone

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Type 4 dental gypsum

High strength stone / densite

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Water powder ratio of dental stone

0.30-0.35

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Water powder ratio of Type 1 and 2 dental gypsum

0.45-0.55

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Exudation of liquid component to gel

Syneresis (Shrinkage)

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It is used when pouring stone into impression to eliminate trapped air bubbles

Vibrator

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Tradition name of model plaster

lab plaster

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Tradition name of dental stone

Class I stone

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Tradition name of High strength gypsum

Class II or improved stone

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Main ingredient of Alginate and it is a filler.

Diametacious earth (56%)

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Type 5 dental gypsum

High strength ang high expansion

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It is an instrument used to record the orientation of the maxillary arch to some anatomic reference points and transfer the information to the articulator.

Facebow

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It use average anatomy landmark to approximate the actual hinge.

Arbitary

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Actual hinge can be located using this face bow.

Kinematic

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It allows one to mount the relationship of the mandibular cast to the maxillary cast in centric relation.

Centric occlusion record

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Interocclusal record for condylar inclination.

Protrusive record

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Interocclusal record for Benneth angle.

Lateral excursion

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It is an instrument used to graphically record in one or more planes.

Pantograph

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Linguopalatal sounds

Sh
Z
Ch
J
R
Y

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Linguovelar sounds

K
Ng
G

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Burning sensation in mandibular ridge

pressure on mental foramen

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Burning sensation on palatal area

pressure on incisive foramen

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Clicking of denture teeth

Excessive VDO, porcelain teeth

27

Cheek biting

Not enough horizontal overlap of post teeth , insufficient vdo

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Mucosal changes

Vitamin C deficiency

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Direction of ridge resorption (Maxilla)

Superior and Posterior

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Direction of ridge resorption (mandible)

Inferior and anterior

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Immediate dentures must be reline and remade after how many months?

6 months

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Final impression are bead with what type of wax?

Rope wax

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Replacement of the entire denture base while keeping the same denture teeth in their current occlusal relationship.

Rebasing

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Adding a new layer of material in denture base

Relining

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Kennedy Class 1

Bilateral distal extension

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Kennedy class 2

Unilateral distal extension

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Kennedy class 3

Tooth bound

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Kennedy class 4

Anterior crossing the midline

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Process of locating the HEIGHTS OF CONTOUR of abutment teeth to help im designing the RPD

Surveying

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MD of occlusal rest

1/3-1/2

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BL width of occlusal rest from cusp tip to cusp tip

1/2

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Thickness of occlusal rest

1.0-1.5mm

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It prevents RPD from moving away from the hard and soft tissues.

Direct retainers

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Retentive clasp assembly should be at least how many degrees?

180 degrees

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Suprabulge clasp

aker's clasp or c clasp

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Infrabulge clasp

Roach or I bar

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It resists dislodgement of the crown in vertical direction.

Retention

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It resists lateral forces

Resistance

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How many degrees for external finish line?

Less than 90 degrees

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How many degrees for internal finish line?

90 degrees

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Type of partial veneer crown for lingual

Reversed 3/4 crown

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Type of partial veneer crown that has one surface intact usually FACIAL

3/4 crown

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Type of partial veneer crown indicated for Max premolar and molars that are sound mesially

7/8 crown

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Type of partial veneer crown for preserving the distal surface.

Mesial half crown

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This retraction cord may cause vasoconstriction.
How many percent does it contain?

Epinephrine
0.8%

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This retraction cord causes tissue necrosis.
How many percent?

Zinc Chloride (40%)

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This retraction cord is a good hemostatic agent and it discolors tissue temporarily

Ferric sulfate (13.3%)

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How many percent does aluminum chloride have?

5-10%

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if greater than 10% of aluminum chloride, it may cause____.

Tissue destruction

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It is slightly effective than epinephrine.

Potassium Aluminum Sulfate