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SELF ASSESSMENT TSL 2

Quiz by neeraj malhotra

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10 questions
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  • Q1
    The TSL type observed in molar tooth is:
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    Erosion
    Abrasion
    Attrition
    Abfraction
    20s
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  • Q2
    Erosion is ..................... process
    non-bacterial non-chemical
    non-bacterial chemical
    bacterial chemical
    non-chemical bacterial
    20s
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  • Q3
    Another term to describe "Erosion" is:
    Bio-corrosion
    Dental-corroison
    Acid-corrosion
    Tooth-corrosion
    20s
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  • Q4
    The TSL observed in maxillary incisors is commonly attributed to:
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    GERD
    Life-style
    Diet
    Regurgitation
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  • Q5
    Erosion was observed in this patient due to excessive coke intake. What will the first STEP in the management of this case
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    Do Veneers
    Dietary advice
    Advise De-sensitizing toothpastes
    Oral prophylaxis
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  • Q6
    Active restorative therapy in cases of erosion is advocated in:
    Patient with aesthetic concern
    Patient with controllable wear
    Patient with mild hypersensitivity
    Patient with non-progressive wear
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  • Q7
    The TSL type in the tooth pointed by arrow is:
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    Abfraction
    Abrasion
    Attrition
    Erosion
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  • Q8
    The theory associated with the mechanism of Abfraction is:
    TOOTH CERVICAL THEORY
    TOOTH FLEXURE THEORY
    TOOTH TENSILE THEORY
    TOOTH FLEXION THEORY
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  • Q9
    Abfraction is characterized by:
    Cuneiform-defect
    Flat-defect
    V -shaped defect
    Cupped-out
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  • Q10
    The photograph provided shows:
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    Abfraction+ Erosion
    Attrition+ Abrasion
    Abfraction+ Attrition
    Abfraction+ Abrasion
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