2016 Ortho Final Exam (1).pdf - Final Exam 16Fa PDO 413 A Principles of Orthodontics and Dento-Facial Development(Fall 2016 4(14 PM Final Exam Due Dec

2016 Ortho Final Exam (1).pdf - Final Exam 16Fa PDO 413 A...

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12/11/16, 4(14 PM Final Exam: 16Fa PDO 413 A: Principles of Orthodontics and Dento-Facial Development (Fall 2016) Page 1 of 36 Final Exam Due Dec 16 at 11:59pm Points 80 Questions 80 Available Dec 10 at 12:01am - Dec 16 at 11:59pm 7 days Time Limit 80 Minutes Instruc ! ons A ! empt History Attempt Time Score LATEST Attempt 1 31 minutes 80 out of 80 Correct answers are hidden. Score for this quiz: 80 out of 80 Submitted Dec 11 at 4:13pm This attempt took 31 minutes. 1) This is your final examination for PDO 413 and will also serve as your Senior orthodontic written competency exam 2) There are 80 questions; mostly multiple choice with some true/false a. Please provide the single most correct answer for each question b. There is no penalty for guessing 3) This is a test of your competency regarding orthodontics in general so all materials from previous classes, labs and clinics during your time as a dental student at CUSOD is testable. The test is comprehensive over all orthodontics but predominantly relates to this class and this semester. 3) You will have 80 minutes to answer the 80 questions; please be sure to answer all 80 questions 4) Once you open the exam, you must finish it in the allotted 80 minutes i.e. you will not be allowed to pause the exam and return at a later time to complete the remaining questions. 5) Before you begin, please ensure you are ready to finish the exam - quiet, comfortable location where you will not be interrupted; good internet access which will not be interrupted; organized access to reference materials that may prove helpful. 6) Any student who fails to complete the examination during the week-long window will receive a failing grade for this class. 7) Students who require special accommodations will be allowed 1.5 times the allotted time i.e 2 hours. 1 / 1 pts Question 1The etiology of temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) has been determined to be
12/11/16, 4(14 PM Final Exam: 16Fa PDO 413 A: Principles of Orthodontics and Dento-Facial Development (Fall 2016) Page 2 of 36 Orthodontics Occlusion Multifactorial Psychosis Prosthodontics 1 / 1 pts Question 2Following active orthodontic treatment to align teeth and normalize occlusion, full-time retention (all day, every day) should continue for at least1-2 years 3-4 months 5-10 years Until patient accepts relapse 3-4 years

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