Tests for practical training (course 3, therapeutic)



  1. The 12-year-old child have come to the dentist for preventive examination. Objectively: the mucous membrane of the oral cavity are rose. The enamel of the teeth without the pathological change. DMF=2. The hygiene of the oral cavity is satisfactory. On the approximal surfaces of molars the dental plaque was revealed. What additional things are recommended for individual hygiene in this case?

  1. Soft toothbrush

  2. Floss

  3. Interdental brush

  4. All of the above

  5. B and С

  1. What is the final step of the professional hygiene?

  1. Estimation of the hygiene of the oral cavity

  2. Scaling

  3. Flossing

  4. Fluoride treatment

  5. Polishing

  1. Predominance in the structure of index DMF the component «D» testifies that:

A. Predominant the surgical methods of treatment

B. Treatment is conducted on the high level

С. Treatment is not conducted

D. Prevention is conducted on the high level

E. B and D

4. During the dental examination of a 12-year-old child the intensity of caries 5 was revealed. What is the level of intensity?

A. Very low

B. Middle

C. High

D. Very high

E. Low

5. Reduction of caries increasing - this is:

A. Sum of the caries, filling and missing teeth in the individuals.

B. Sum of the caries, filling and missing teeth in the group.

С. Amount of a new person damaged by caries

D. Index of efficiency of preventive measures

E. C and D

  1. For the fissure sealing the dentist used the light-curing sealant. What is the advantage of the light-curing sealant comparing with the self-curing?

  1. Increasing of mechanical durability

  2. Diminishing of polymerization time

  3. Increasing of elasticity

  4. Increasing of flow ability

  5. B and D

  1. What is the optimal time for fissure sealing of the first permanent molars?

  1. 6-8 years

  2. 8-9 years

  3. 10-12 years

  4. 11-13 years

  5. 9-10 years

  1. During the preventive examination the dentist discovered a pigmentation of the closed fissure of the first lower permanent molars of an 7-year-old girl. Name the contraindication to the noninvasive fissure sealing in this case?

  1. Closed fissure

  2. Age of patient

  3. Pigmentation of fissure

  4. Bad oral hygiene

  5. All of the above

  1. What is the name of the process by which fluoride protects the teeth from decay?

  1. Demineralization

  2. Sealing the teeth

  3. Remineralization

  4. A and C

  5. B and C

  1. What type of fissure sealing do you know?

  1. Invasive

  2. Noninvasive

  3. Preventive filling

  4. A and B

  5. A,B and C

  1. What is the number of electrophoresis of 2.5% calcium glycerophosphatis is used for caries prevention?

  1. 1 procedure

  2. 3 procedures

  3. 5 procedures

  4. 10 procedures

  5. 30 procedures



  1. What is the number of deep fluoridation (enamel-sealing liquid) is used for initial caries treatment?

  1. 1 procedure

  2. 3 procedures

  3. 5 procedures

  4. 10 procedures

  5. 30 procedures

  1. What concentration of fluoride of the local preventive means lead to forming the CaF2 on the enamel surfaces?

  1. 0.1%

  2. 0.2%

  3. 0.5%

  4. 0.01%

  5. 2%

  1. What concentration of calcium gluconatis is used for electrophoresis?

  1. 0.1%

  2. 0.5%

  3. 2 %

  4. 10%

  5. 20%

  1. What solution is used for deep fluoridation?

  1. Enamel- sealing liquid (Germany)

  2. Dentin- sealing liquid (Germany)

  3. Gluftored (Russia)

  4. Ftorcalcit D(Ukraine)

  5. All of the above

  1. Solution for deep fluoridation consists of:

  1. Aminofluoride, calcium gluconatis

  2. Aminofluoride, calcium hydroxide

  3. Mg-F silicat, calcium hydroxide

  4. Mg-F silicat, calcium gluconatis

  5. Mg-F silicat, calcium phosphates



  1. Dyract seal (Dentsplay) – this is:

  1. Solution

  2. Gel

  3. Cream

  4. Varnish

  5. Sealant

  1. Duraphat – this is:

  1. Solution

  2. Gel

  3. Cream

  4. Varnish

  5. Sealant

19. What is the dayly norm of calcium for pregnant woman?

A. 200mg

B. 500 mg

C. 800 mg

D. 1000 mg

E. 1500 mg

  1. What calcium pills of third generation we can recommend for 7-year-old child?

A. Calcium gluconatis

B. Calcium lactatis

C. Calcemin

D. Olygovit

E. Calcium-D3-Nycomed


  1. How long must lasts course of calcium pills for endogenic prevention?

A. 365 days in the year

B. Once weekly per year

C. 200-250 days in the year

D. 30 days

E. Two weeks

  1. What factors do we take into account prescribing the preparation of fluoride?

A. Age of children

B. Level of fluoride in the drinking water

C. Level of fluoride in the food

D. All of the above

E. A and B

  1. Endogenic unmedicinal prevention includes:

A. Fluoride supplementation

B. Calcium preparations

C. Vitamins supplementation

D. Rational nutrition

E. All of the above


  1. When begins mineralization of the primary teeth?

A. 2nd month of antenatal period

B. 5th months of antenatal period

C. 9th months of antenatal period

D. 6th months of postnatal period

E. 1 year of life

  1. Water fluoridation - is the method of:

  1. Endogenic prevention

  2. Exogenic prevention

  3. Tertiary prevention

  4. Primary prevention

  5. Answer A and D



  1. Prosthetic treatment- is the method of:

  1. Primary prevention

  2. Secondary prevention

  3. Tertiary prevention

  4. Answer A and B

  5. Answer B and C



  1. Rational nutrition of pregnant women - is the method of:

  1. Primary prevention

  2. Antenatal prevention

  3. Postnatal prevention

  4. Answer A and C

  5. Answer A and B



  1. Health education - is the method of:

  1. Primary prevention

  2. Secondary prevention

  3. Tertiary prevention

  4. Answer A and B

  5. Answer B and C



  1. Professional hygiene - is the method of:

  1. Primary prevention

  2. Secondary prevention

  3. Tertiary prevention

  4. Answer A and B

  5. Answer B and C

  1. Antenatal prevention – this is preventive measures for:

  1. Newborn baby

  2. 6-year-old child

  3. Pregnant women

  4. Teenager

  5. 12-year –old child

  1. The terms of eruption of primary second molar:

  1. 30-40 month

  2. 8-10 month

  3. 20-30 month

  4. 12-16 month

  5. 16 -20month

  1. The sequence of eruption of the primary teeth:

  1. I,II, IV, III,V

  2. I,II, III, IV,V

  3. I,II, V, IV, III

  4. V ,I,II, IV, III

  5. IV, I,II, III,V

  1. The terms of the eruption of the first permanent molars are:

  1. 5-6 month

  2. 5-6 years

  3. 10-12 years

  4. 9-11 years

  5. 12-13years

  1. How many premolars are there in primary dentition?

  1. 4

  2. 8

  3. 6

  4. 2

  5. Any correct answer

  1. When does the mineralization of the primary teeth begins?

  1. Fifth month of intrauterine life

  2. Ninth month of intrauterine life

  3. Third month of intrauterine life

  4. Second year of child`s life

  5. Any correct answer

  1. Identification of a disease is called a:

  1. Prognosis

  2. Biopsy

  3. Treatment plan

  4. Diagnosis

  5. Radiography

  1. Which of the following is located in the oral cavity propria?

  1. Cheeks

  2. Tongue

  3. Lips

  4. Dentine

  5. Pulp

  1. What diagnostic technique could be used to detect decay within a tooth?

  1. Visual evaluation

  2. Instrumentation

  3. Radiography

  4. Diagnodent

  5. All of the above

  1. Which is not a color of tooth resroration?

  1. Silver

  2. Gold

  3. Bronze

  4. Tooth color

  5. Any of the above

  1. What charting symbol indicates caries?

  1. Dc

  2. C

  3. Ca

  4. Cs

  5. K

  1. What instrument is used to measure the sulcus of a tooth?

  1. Spoon excavator

  2. Cotton pliers

  3. Explorer

  4. Periodontal probe

  5. Any correct answer

  1. Intensity of caries of the 9-year-old child is estimated by means of_____index:

A. dmf (t)

B. DMF (T)

C. DMF(T) and df (t)

D. dmf(s)

E. DMF (S)

  1. By means of Silness-Loe index is estimated:

  1. Square of the dental plaque

  2. Thickness of the dental plaque

  3. Mass of the dental plaque

  4. Chemical properties of the dental plaque

  5. Microbiological properties of the dental plaque

  1. During determination of the hygienic state of the oral cavity by means of Silness-Loe index is estimated:

A. Vestibular surfaces of the teeth

B. Mesial surfaces of the teeth

C. Distal surfaces of the teeth

D. Oral surfaces of the teeth

E. All mention above



  1. What disclosing agent do you know?

A. Solution of Shillera –Pisareva (Iodide solution)

B. Erythrosyn (tablets)

C. Erythrosyn (solution)

D. Methylene blue

E. All mention above

  1. What instrument is used during estimation of index of Silness-Loe?

A. Forceps

B. Mirror

C. Scaler

D. Probe

E. Excavator

  1. During estimation of index of Green-Vermillion the state of 11 tooth was evaluate as 1. What is the clinical state?

A. No debris

B. Debris within gingival 1\3 only

C. Debris beyond gingival 1\3 but within gingival 2\3

D. Debris covering most of tooth surfaces

E. Debris within gingival 1\2 only

  1. By means of PMA index is determined:

A. Bleeding of gums

B. Dental calculus

C. Degree of the gums inflammation

D. Dental plaque

E. Presents of the gums inflammation

  1. How many stages include the epidemiological dental examination?

A.10

B. 5

C. 3

D. 4

E. 2

  1. Formula of hydroxyapatite:

A. CaF2

B. Ca10(PO4)6(OH)2

C. Ca10(PO4)6F

D. Ca(OH)2

E. Ca10(PO4)6CO3

  1. What are the main properties of enamel?

A. Hardness, transparence, resistance

B. Hardness, solubility, resistance

C. Regeneration, transparence, resistance

D. Permeability, solubility, resistance

E. Permeability, solubility, transparence

  1. What correlation Ca/P is the sign of enamel cariesresistance?

A. 0.33

B.1.67

C.2

D.2.5

E.1

  1. Mineral components get to enamel from:

A. Pulp

B. Oral liquid

C. Gums

D. A and B

E. All correct answer

  1. Which of the major salivary glands is the largest?

  1. Submandibular

  2. Sublinqual

  3. Parotid

  4. Submaxillary

  5. Any correct answer

55. _____________ are a major source of organic materials in the acquired pellicle:

A. Collagen

B. Keratin

C. Salivary glycoproteins

D. Reduced enamel epithelium of enamel–forming organ

E. A and C

  1. The subgingival calculus derives its minerals from the______:

A. Saliva

B. Gingival sulcus fluid

C. A and B

D. Drinking-water

E. Food

  1. Which type of toothbrush bristles are usually recommended for children?

  1. Very soft and soft

  2. Medium

  3. Hard

  4. Natural

  5. A and D

  1. What is the optimal concentration of fluor in the toothpaste for 3 year-old children?

  1. 250 ppm

  2. 500 ppm

  3. 1000 ppm

  4. 1500 ppm

  5. A and B

  1. What interdental hygienic things can use 3 year-old children?

      1. Floss

      2. Toothpick

      3. Interdental brush

      4. All of the above

      5. Any correct answer

60.A device that vibrates rapidly and uses water coolant to remove calculus and stain from the tooth surface is called a ______.

  1. Ultrasonic scaler

  2. Air-powder abrasive polisher

  3. Universal curette

  4. Gracey curette

  5. B and D