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1

Each of the fallowing will produce an ideal radio graphic image for detecting caries except

Excessive elongation

2

Carries in the earliest stage are called

Incipient

3

Radiographs are best at detecting incipient caries of which location of the tooth

Proximal

4

The key to successfully interpretations radiographs for proximal surface caries is to examine the contact point between adjacent teeth and just apical to the

Estimated gingival margin

5

Proximal surface catfish lesions appear

Triangular

6

Which of the following appears radiographyally as radiolucent notch that is less then halfway through the enamel

Incipient proximal carries

7

Which of the following appears radio graphically as a radiolucent double triangle that is less than halfway through the Denton toward the pulp

Advanced proximal Carries

8

The key to success really interpreting radiographs for occlusal carries is to examine

Under the occlusal surface for changes in the Dentin

9

Which of the following appears radio graphically as a round radiolucent in the middle of the tooth with a well-defined borders

Buccal/lingual caries

10

Which of the following appears radioactively as an ill-defined crescent shaped radiolucent below the CEJ

Cement all carries

11

Carries that occur under a restoration or around it's margins are called

Recurrent

12

Each of the following may mimic carries radiographically except

Stainless stain crowns

13

Match the following
1)c1. A)advanced
2) c2. B) enamel
3) c3. C) sever
4)c4. D) moderate

1-b
2-d
3)a
4-c

14

Amalgam and a full metal crown can be distinguished from each other radio graphically buying there

Shape and margin

15

Which of these dental restorative Materials appears most radio opaque

Amalgam

16

Which of these dental restorative materials is most likely to mimic to decay radiographically

Composite

17

Dens in dente it appears radiographically as

Tooth within a tooth

18

Which of these appears radiolucent on a radiograph

Abscess

19

A large radiolucent surrounding the crown only oven of an unweupted most likely what kind of Cyst

Dentigerous

20

Evidence of resorption that appears to store and then to the route is calling

External resorption

21

The radiograph appearance of a small Ovid radio graphic within the plug chamber of the tooth is called a

Pulp stone

22

Which of the following appears radiolucent and into early stages in as a radio opaque mass in later stages

Periapical cemental dysplasia

23

Radiographic evidence of a bone fracture appears as a radiolucent line that may resemble a

Nutrient canal

24

Bone sometimes has a mixed radiopaque radiolucent appearance due to the nature of the

Trabeculae patterns

25

Which of the following will most likely appear as a radiopacity outlining the tooth root

Lamina dura

26

My nutrient canal is open and the surface of the bone, they Often appear radio graphically as

Small radiolucent dots

27

Which of these structures appears radiolucent

Pulp

28

On a preiapical radiograph of the maxillary molars which of the following structures may be recorded superimposed over the roots of the teeth

Zygomatic process

29

Each of these features will appear radiolucent except

Spine

30

Each of these features will appear radiopaque except

Sinus