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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Dental Science

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Essays: (2x14=28)

1. Enumerate complications of local anaesthetics. Discuss the causes, prevention and management of trismus following administration of local anaesthesia (4+3+3+4=14)

\2. Describe clinical features, diagnosis and management of Lefort-I fracture. (4+4+6=14)

Short Essays: (4x8=32)

3. Indications and procedure of tracheostomy (4+4=8)

4. Describe clinical features, diagnosis and management of zygoma fractures (2+2+4=8)

5. Describe aetiology, clinical features, diagnosis and management of osteomyelitis (2+2+2+2=8)

6. Describe landmarks and technique of posterior superior alveolar nerve block. Add a note on the possible complications of posterior superior alveolar nerve block. (2+3+3=8)

Short notes: (10x4=40)

7. Papilloma

8. Classify impacted maxillary canines

9. Sutures

10. Autoclave

11. Principles of antibiotic therapy

12. Dental implants

13. Post extraction instructions to the patients.

14. Indications of biopsy

15. Tempero-mandibular joint ankylosis

16. Bronchospasm 

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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Dental Science

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Essays: (2x14=28)

1. Discuss various classifications of traumatic injuries to anterior teeth and discuss the management of Ellis class III fracture in an eight years old child.

2. Define early childhood caries. Describe the stages of early childhood caries and discuss the management in detail. Differentiate between nursing bottle caries and rampant caries

Short Essays: (4x8=32)

3. Classify dental fluorosis. Discuss the various de-fluoridation techniques in detail

4. Discuss the clinical presentation, and special considerations in the management of children with Down’s syndrome

5. Classify and give indications, contra-indications of stainless steel crowns

6. Define and classify oral habits and discuss the sequelae and management of thumb sucking habit

Short notes: (10x4=40)

7. HOME (Hand Over Mouth Exercise)

8. Calcium hydroxide

9. Ugly Duckling Stage

10. Distal shoe space maintainer

11. Methods of serial extraction

12. Classification of pit and fissure sealants

13. Tell – Show – Do

14. Rubber dam

15. Teething

16. Pedodontic treatment triangle 

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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Dental Science

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1. Classify matrices. Describe tofflemire matrix. Describe various steps involved in placement of this matrix to build proximal contacts. (4+4+6=14)

2. Define access cavity. What are the principles to be followed during access cavity preparation. Describe access cavity preparation for upper central incisor. (2+6+6=14)

Short Essays: (4x8=32)

3. Describe the sterilization of instruments by autoclave method. Explain the Advantages and disadvantages of autoclaves. (2+6=8)

4. Enumerate the various methods of deep caries management and describe the role of calcium hydroxide in deep caries management. (2+6=8)

5. Enumerate the pulp vitality tests. Describe cold test (6+2=8)

6. Enumerate the intracanal irrigants. Describe the advantages and disadvantages of sodium hypochlorite (4+4=8)

Short notes: (10x4=40)

7. Pit and fissure sealants

8. Laminate veneers

9. Advantages of glass ianomer cement

10. FDI tooth nomenclature system

11. Use of radiographs in endodontics

12. Acute irreversible pulpitis

13. Night guard bleaching

14. Ingle’s method to determine working length

15. Establishing resistance form while preparing tooth for restorations

16. Indications for interim restorations ***********

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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Dental Science

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Essays: (2x14=28)

1. Define and classify direct retainers. Explain in detail the various types of extra coronal direct retainers. (3+5+6=14)

2. Define immediate complete denture. Describe in detail the indication, contraindication, advantages, disadvantages and the procedures involved in fabricating an immediate complete denture. (3+2+2+2+2+3=14)

Short Essays: (4x8=32)

3. Define stability in complete dentures. Discuss the various factors affecting stability in complete dentures. (3+5 = 8)

4. Enumerate various impression techniques used for distal extension partial denture. Describe altered cast technique. (4+4 = 8)

5. Explain in detail the supporting and limiting structures of maxillary and mandibular edentulous arch. (4+4 = 8)

6. Enumerate failures in fixed partial dentures. Add a note on its care and maintenance. (4+4 = 8) Short notes: (10x4=40)

7. Modiolus

8. Disinfection of impressions

9. Post insertion instructions in complete denture treatment

10. Relining and rebasing of complete denture

11. Precision attachments

12. Resin retained bridges

13. Mucostatic impression theory

14. Minor connector

15. Posterior teeth forms

16. Abrasives and polishing agents for dental prosthesis

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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Dental Science

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1. Define potable water. Describe in detail the various methods of purification of water. (2+12=14)

2. Define and classify epidemiology. Explain the experimental epidemiology in detail. (3+3+8=14)

Short essays (4x8=32)

3. Define index. Describe CPITN with its objectives, scoring system, advantages and limitations. (2+3+3=8)

4. Describe the aims and objectives of school dental health programme and add a note on the concept of incremental dental care. (2+6=8)

5. Describe the mechanical plaque control aids (8)

6. Classify systemic fluorides and write in detail about the systemic fluoridation. (3+5=8) Short notes (10x4=40)

7. Functions of DCI

8. Measures of dispersion

9. Methods of presentation of data

10. Capitation fee

11. Index age groups

12. Confidentiality

13. Mass media

14. Indian dental association

15. Incineration

16. Incidence  

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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Dental Science

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1. Enumerate the various types of orthodontic tooth movements. Mention the difference between controlled and uncontrolled tipping. Explain the tissue response to heavy forces. (4+4+6=14)

2. What are the indications for space gaining in orthodontics. Mention the various methods of gaining space. Explain the role of extraction as a method of gaining space in orthodontics. (3+5+6=14)

Short essays (4x8=32)

3. What are transient mal occlusions. Add a note on ugly duckling stage (4+4=8)

4. Classify functional appliances. How is the trimming of an activator done (4+4=8)

5. Cephalic and facial index (4+4=8)

6. What are the ideal requirements of orthodontic study models. Explain Ashley Howes analysis. (4+4=8)

Short notes (10x4=40)

7. Branches of orthodontics

8. Enumerate the factors affecting growth

9. Wolfe’s law

10. Cephalocaudal gradient of growth

11. Jackson’s triad

12. Butler’s field theory

13. Leeway space

14. Andrews six keys of occlusion

15. Adams clasp

16.Components of removable appliance

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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Dental Science

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1. Describe in detail mechanical plaque control measures and chlorhexidine as an antiplaque agent. (8+6=14)

2. Define osteoctomy and osteoplasty. Enumerate osseous defects in periodontal disease. Describe the steps of resective osseous surgery. (3+6+5=14)

Short essays (4x8=32)

3. Describe the structure of junctional epithelium. Add a note on its role in health. (5+3=8)

4. Gingival changes in pregnancy and its management. (4+4=8)

5. Describe the clinical features and management of acute periodontal abscess. (4+4=8)

6. Classify gingival recession (Miller’s). Briefly describe the procedure of lateral pedicle graft. (4+4=8)

Short notes (10x4=40)

7. Aetio-pathogenesis of pocket

8. Tooth mobility

9. Pericoronitis

10. Composition of gingival crevicular fluid (GCF)

11. Alloplasts as bone grafts

12. Implant- bone interface

13. Biologic width

14. Chemically modified tetracyclines (CMT’s)

15. Apically positioned flap

16. Supportive periodontal therapy ************************

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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Dental Science

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1. Classify odontogenic cysts. Explain in detail about clinical and radiological features with management & complications of dentigerous cyst. (5+2+3+2+2=14)

2. Discuss the properties of X- rays and discuss the production of X - rays. (7+7=14)

Short essays (4x8=32)

3. Deterministic and stochastic effects of radiation.

4. Oral mucosal pigmentation

5. Quality assurance and infection control in dental radiology.

6. Pemphigus vulgaris and its management.

Short notes (10x4=40)

7. Ludwig’s angina.

8. Identification of age and sex with dentition.

9. Adenoid cystic carcinoma.

10. Peri apical radiolucencies.

11. TMJ dislocation.

12. Indications of bitewing radiographs.

13. Antiviral therapy in oral medicine.

14. Radiation caries.

15. Moth - eaten appearance.

16. Grids and its uses.  

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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Dental Science

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Essays (2x14=28)

1. Define and classify dental caries. Enumerate the theories of dental caries and add a note on the role of micro organisms in dental caries. (2+4+4+4)

2. Classify red and white lesions of oral mucosa. Describe the clinical and histopathological features of leukoplakia. Add a note on its malignant potential. (4+3+5+2)

Short essays (4x8=32)

3. Muco-epidermoid carcinoma

4. Sjogren’s syndrome

5. Paget’s disease

6. Clinical and radiological features of adenomatoid odontogenic tumor

Short notes (10x4=40)

7. Ankylosis of TMJ

8. Lip prints

9. Radiographic appearance of dentigerous cyst

10. Histopathology of OSMF

11. Necrotizing sialo metaplasia

12. Acute suppurative osteomyelitis

13. Dentinogenesis imperfecta

14. Dental DNA for forensic identification

15. Trigger zone

16. Turner’s hypoplasia ********

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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Dental Science

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1. Classify impression materials. Explain in detail about composition and setting reaction of zinc oxide eugenol impression paste. (3+5+6=14)

Short essays (2x8=16)

2. Describe casting defects in detail.

3. Explain hygroscopic setting expansion in detail.

Short notes (5x4=20)

4. Stages of polymerization.

5. Disinfection of impression materials.

6. Ductility and malleability.

7. Stainless steel.

8. Epoxy resin.

Section B – Conservative Dentistry Marks: 50

Essay (14)

1. Mention the composition of glass ionomer cements. Explain in detail the setting reaction of glass ionomer cements and various types of glass ionomer cements. (4+4+6=14)

Short essays (2x8=16)

2. Classify inlay waxes. Explain its properties and applications. (2+6=8)

3. Classify dental amalgam. Describe in detail the setting reaction of dental amalgam. (2+6=8) Short notes (5x4=20)

4. Nitinol

5. Rake angle and clearance angle

6. Smear layer

7. Annealing in direct filling gold

8. Zinc phosphate cement 

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