Betűméret: A A A

Questions of semi-final exam

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Topics A

  1. Definition of dental caries, localisation and progression in the anatomical crown.
  2. Histology of dental caries. (Enamel, dentin and root caries).
  3. Treatment possibilities of caries incipiens.
  4. Hand instruments and powered cutting equipments (micromotor, turbine, burs).
  5. Isolation of the operating field, its methods and instruments.
  6. Classification of cavities according to Black. Cavity design, nomenclature.
  7. Rules and steps in case of preparation for amalgam filling.
  8. Rules and steps in case of preparation for composite filling.
  9. Class I. cavity preparation for composite restoration.
  10. Class II. cavity preparation for composite restoration.
  11. Class III. cavity preparation for composite restoration.
  12. Class IV. cavity preparation for composite restoration. Treatment of fractured front-teeth.
  13. Class V. cavity preparation for composite restoration. Treatment of wedge shaped cervical abrasion of teeth.
  14. Aim of making fillings. Requirements for restorative materials. Classification of restorative materials.
  15. Aims and materials of temporary fillings. Types of base materials, their purpose.
  16. Composition and characteristics of dental amalgam.
  17. Glass ionomer cements: compositions and reason for application.
  18. Composition, classification and properties of composites.
  19. Adhesive filling technique. (Total-/self etch systems and their applications)
  20. Making a composite filling in case of class III. and IV. cavity. (Steps and execution)
  21. Making a composite filling in case of class I. and II. cavity. (Steps and execution)
  22. Making an amalgam filling in case of class I. and II. cavity. Matrix systems.
  23. Making an amalgam filling in case of class V. cavity. Finishing and polishing of amalgam.

Topics B

  1. Definition, indication and materials of inlay. The difference between cavity preparation in case of composite filling and inlay.
  2. Cavity preparation in case of metal inlay, onlay and overlay.
  3. Cavity preparation in case of aesthetic inlay, onlay.
  4. Differences between the clinical procedures of direct and indirect inlay restorations. (metal and aesthetic)
  5. Materials used for fixation of metal and aesthetic inlays. Preparation of inlay surface.
  6. Anatomical structures of teeth. Signing of the teeth. Mühlreiter signs.
  7. Anatomy and histology of pulp. Description of the pulp chamber.
  8. Pulp diagnostic procedures.
  9. Treatment of dental pulp. Direct and indirect pulp capping, amputation of pulp (pulpotomy).
  10. Diseases of dental pulp. Reversible and irreversible pulpitis, pulp necrosis.
  11. Consequenses of pulp necrosis. Etiology, symptoms, diagnostics of acute and chronic periapical periodontitis.
  12. Etiology, symptoms, diagnostics of acute and chronic apical abscess.
  13. Definition, aims, indications, contraindications of root canal treatment.
  14. Hand and engine driven instruments used in root canal treatment.
  15. Anatomy of apex and periapical periodontium.
  16. Significance and methods of root canal length determination.
  17. Root canal preparation by step-back technique. Apical stop / apical constriction.
  18. Aims, materials and procedure of root canal irrigation and root canal medicaments.
  19. Root canal filling by lateral condensation technique, materials, instruments.
  20. Definition of vital exstirpation, steps and instruments untill root canal shaping.
  21. Steps of vital exstirpation from root canal shaping till filling completion.