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RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY AND COMMUNITY DENTISTRYShade AE if the answer is not in the choices given.1.The ability of the handpiece to withstand lateral pressure on the revolving tool without decreasing itsspeed or reducing its cutting efficiency is called:A. vibrationB. torqueC. amplitudeD. heat productionE. pressure
2.Most commonly used modification in an onlay preparation for teeth that exhibit the split-toothsyndrome:
3.The occlusal marginal enamel for an inlay restoration:
4.A retention groove whose length is in a longitudinal plane and in dentin:
5.A retention groove whose length is in a transverse plane and in dentin:A. skirtB. slotC. lockD. collarE. none.
6.Why is a matrix for a Class II dental amalgam restoration extended occlusally to the cavity preparation?
7.The reduction of which of the following represents the most significant advantage of acid-etchtechnique?
8.After the dentist has completed an etching procedure on a Class III composite preparation, thepreparation becomes contaminated with saliva. In response, the dentist should do which of thefollowing?

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Tooth enamel, Dental caries, public health worker, A Microleakage, B Rinse, C Wipe

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