You have completed your Dental NEET PG syllabus and revised the course once. Now what? Whether you know the syllabus by heart or feel the utmost confidence in cracking the Dental PG entrance exam, you can’t know your NEET MDS preparation with certainty until you solve NEET MDS practice questions.
Practicing the recently introduced clinical NEET MDS MCQs and reviewing them is important for your results. Remember, clinical questions can only be solved in the Dental PG entrance exam with practice. Therefore, PULP offers you free important NEET MDS Questions from the Fixed Partial Denture topic to test your analytical and practical skills
Q 1. Patient is diagnosed for ceramometal full veneer. You plan to use epoxy resin, what’s the best impression material to be used:
Q 5. 54 yr old man teacher by profession has kennedy class 1 maxillary and completely edentulous lower arch, maxillary anterior have ceramic crowns with grade I mobility, what should be the treatment plan
A. Extraction of anterior and complete denture in both arch
B. Implant supported over denture in lower arch and implants in maxilla
C. Lower complete denture and upper removable partial denture
D. Upper extraction and implant supported denture both arch
Q 9. A 60 year old patient requests the replacement of tooth 4.6, which was extracted many years ago. Tooth 1.6 has extruded 1.8 mm into the space of the missing tooth. The three unit fixed bridge replacing the mandibular first molar should be fabricated
A. To the exiocclusion sting
B. After extracting tooth 1.6 and replacing it with a fixed partial denture.
C. After restoring tooth 1.6 to a more normal plane of occlusion.
D. After devitalizing and preparing tooth 1.6 for a cast crown.
Q 10. A cast partial denture replacing teeth 3.5 – 3.8 and 4.5 – 4.8 was permanently relined with acrylic resin. At the delivery appointment, when the rests of the framework are fully seated on the abutment teeth the denture base does not contact the supporting tissues. The most likely cause of the problem is
A. the denture reline resin shrunk during polymerization.
B. excess pressure was placed on the rests during the impression procedure.
C. excess pressure was placed on the denture base area during the impression procedure.
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