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Select one: a. 75 b. 100 c. 125 d. 150 e. 175 The correct answer is: 150 After a Bis-acryl provisional restoration has set and removed from the preparation, excess material is initially best removed with _____. Select one: a. Carbide finishing bur b. Rag wheel
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c. Separating disc d. Rubber wheel The correct answer is: Carbide finishing bur When doing a metal-ceramic preparation, at what point should the decision be made as to the finish line design on the facial or buccal surface? Select one: a. Before beginning the preparation b. After evaluating incisal clearance c. When writing the laboratory prescription d. When preparing the facial axial wall e. When preparing the lingual axial wall The correct answer is: Before beginning the preparation Minimum occlusal clearance for PFM crowns is ______ mm if the occlusion is to be on porcelain. Select one: a. 1.0 b. 1.5 c. 2.0 d. 2.5 The correct answer is: 1.5
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Internal angles for an all-ceramic crown preparation should be ____________. Select one: a. obtuse b. sharp c. acute d. 90 degrees e. rounded The correct answer is: rounded The finish line for an all-ceramic crown is most similar to which finish line? Select one: a. buccal margin of anterior PFM b. lingual margin of full gold crown c. lingual margin of anterior PFM d. gingival margin of gold onlay e. buccal margin of full gold crown The correct answer is: buccal margin of anterior PFM Axial depth of an all-ceramic crown margin is _________ for the facial, compared with the lingual.
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Select one: a. equal b. greater c. less d. variable The correct answer is: equal How much incisal reduction is necessary for an all-ceramic crown preparation? Select one: a. 0.5mm b. 1.0mm c. 1.5mm d. 2.0mm e. 2.5mm The correct answer is: 2.0mm Adequate lingual clearance for an all-ceramic crown is measured with which instrument? Select one: a. RGS 1 b. RGS 2
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c. RGS 3 d. RGS 4 e. RGS 5 The correct answer is: RGS 3 How is the 850-014 diamond used when preparing a tooth for an all-ceramic crown? Select one: a. Proximal clearance b. Gingival bevel c. Lingual clearance d. Incisal reduction The correct answer is: Proximal clearance Which preparations employ a beveled shoulder finish line? Select one or more: a. Gold inlay b. PFM crown c. All ceramic crown d. Full gold crown e. Gold onlay
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The correct answers are: Gold inlay, Gold onlay, PFM crown What is the lingual finish line for an all-ceramic crown? Select one: a. Shoulder b. Beveled shoulder c. Knife edge d. Chamfer The correct answer is: Shoulder Each of the following is a crystalline phase of zirconium dioxide (zirconia) applicable in dentistry EXCEPT ONE. Which is the EXCEPTION? Select one: a. Monoclinic b. Tetragonal c. Quadrivalent d. Cubic The correct answer is: Quadrivalent Which of the following materials is micromechanically bondable? Select one:
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a. Porcelain Fused to Metal (PFM) b. Lithium disilicate (eg. e.Max) c. Gold alloy (e.g. JRVT) d. Zirconia (e.g. Bruxzir) The correct answer is: Lithium disilicate (eg. e.Max) What is the finish line of choice for the lingual aspect of a posterior ceramic crown?
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  • Fall '15
  • shane mcmahan
  • Correct Answer, CROWN, Inlays and onlays

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