CEE Based Model MDS Entrance Exam Questions with solution Part 2


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MDS Entrance Exam Questions


Which of the following headgear is preferred while treating a class II div. 1 malocclusion with a horizontal growth trend?1 Mark

A. High pull head gearB. Cervical head gear
C. Medium pull head gearD. Reverse pull head gear


Contraindications of activator include1 Mark

A. Crowding casesB. Non – growing individuals
C. Vertical growers with high FMA angleD. All of the above


Pendulum appliance is used for?1 Mark

A. Distalisation of molarsB. Derotation
C. UprightingD. Correcting open bite


Which of the following cements provide maximum resistance to enamel calcification,when used with molar brands?1 Mark

A. GICB. Zinc phosphate
C. Zinc polycarboxylateD. Silicate

55. Decalcification and discoloration of teeth occurs during orthodontic treatment due to:1 Mark

A. Acid etchingB. Poor oral hygiene
C. Leakage of cement around bandsD. All of the above

56. Preventive and interceptive orthodontics is no longer viable after eruption of1 Mark

A. Permanent second molarsB. Primary second molars
C. Permanent first molarD. Permanent lateral incisors

57. A 12-year-old boy was subjected to rapid maxillary expansion (RME) for the correction of bilateral posterior cross bite. The Maximum separation of the mid palatine suture will occur1 Mark

A. In the molar regionB. In the premolar region
C. At posterior nasal spineD. Between two central incisors

58. Bakers anchorage is a type of1 Mark

A. Intra maxillary anchorageB. Inter maxillary anchorage
C. Extra oral anchorageD. Muscular anchorage


Frontal resorption is caused due to:1 Mark

A. Light continuous forceB. Heavy continuous force
C. Heavy interrupted forceD. Light interrupted force

60. Which of the following is most common trigger factor for BRUXISM?1 Mark

A. Temporomandibular joint dysfunctionB. Pericoronitis
C. Discrepancy between centric relation and centric occlusionD. Acute periodontal disease


The first forming microbial elements of plaque are:1 Mark

A. aerobic gram positiveB. aerobic gram negative
C. anaerobic gram negativeD. spirochetes

62. The PDL contains mainly which collagen:1 Mark

A. type1 and type 2B. type 1 and type 3
C. type 2 and type 3D. type 1 and type 4

63. Width of attached gingiva is least in:1 Mark

A. mandibular incisors linguallyB. mandibular incisors labially
C. mandibular premolarsD. A and C


Periodontitis is defined as localised when1 Mark

A. less than 30% of sites are affectedB. 30% of sites are affected
C. more than 30% of sites are affectedD. none of the above

65. Which of the following are etiological factor for gingivitis1 Mark

A. phenytoinB. leukaemia
C. protein deficiencyD. all the above


Gingival recession may be associated with which of thefollowing?1 Mark

A. Advancing periodontal diseaseB. Position of the tooth in the arch
C. Mucogingival involvement caused by frenum pullD. Occlusal traumatism
E. All of the above

67. Tooth # 24 has 3mm. of exposed lingual root as measuredby a probe from the CEJto the freegingival margin. Your periodontal diagnosisis:1 Mark

A. GingivitisB. Fenestration
C. Gingival enlargementD. Gingival abscess
E. Recession


Generalized diffuse gingivitis includes the following periodontal tissue:1 Mark

A. Attached gingiva.B. Interdental gingiva
C. Marginal gingivaD. Alveolar mucosa
E. All of the above


During an acute gingival inflammatory response, which of the following cell types can destroy virulent bacteria by phagocytosis and T-cell mediation?1 Mark

A. Plasma cellB. B lymphocyte
C. Mast cellD. Macrophage
E. Polymorphonuclear leukocyte


Fenestration primarily occurs:

1. In lingual bone rather than facial bone.

2.Where facial buttressing bone is heavy apically.

3. Where a root is facially prominent in the arch.

4. Where the denuded root area is located apical to the marginal bone.
1 Mark

A. 1, 2, 3, 4B. 1 and 3
C. 2 and 3D. 3 and 4
E. 1 only

71. Clinical research reports that                          of erupted teeth have a partial absence of cervical cementum forming a space of exposed dentin.This exposed dentin space may be associated with an increased incidence of caries and root sensitivity.1 Mark

A. 5-10 %B. .30-50 %
C. 60-65 %D. over 65 %

72. Gingival bleeding with gentle probing may be associated with which of the following?
1 Mark

A. Chronic gingivitisB. Overzealous tooth brushing
C. LeukemiasD. Violation of the biologic width
E. All of the above

73. Which of the following histologic structures are generally absent within the periodontal ligament?1 Mark

A. angioblasts and undifferentiated cellsB. mylenated nerve fibers
C. interstitial spacesD. fibronectin
E. mature elastic fibers


Tooth number 25 has a non-keratinized gingival margin and probes 5 mm loss of attachment from the CEJ. There is facial alveolar mucosal elastic pull associated the pull of the mandibular labial frenum. These presented diagnostic findings are consistent with a diagnosis of:1 Mark

A. Hyperplatic gingivitisB. Gingival recession
C. Mucogingival defectD. None of the above


Dental instrument used with a ‘Push’ motion is1 Mark

A. HoeB. Chisel
C. CuretteD. Sickle scaler

76. Reciprocal arm is:1 Mark

A. Rigid and in the middle third of abutmentB. Rigid and in occlusal third of abutment
C. Flexible and in middle third of abutmentD. Flexible and in occlusal third of abutment

77. The distance between upper and lower sulcus in edentulous patient is:1 Mark

A. 38mmB. 40mm
C. 42mmD. 45mm

78. Fins and spines on the casting is seen due to:1 Mark

A. Prolonged heatingB. Rapid heating rate
C. Water film contamination on castingD. Too high pressure during casting

79. Surface roughness of elastomeric impression results from:1 Mark

A. Inadequate mixingB. Non rinsing of oral cavity by patient before the impression
C. Too rapid polymerizationD. Cold mixing zone

80. Which zone of flame is used for melting metal alloys?1 Mark

A. Reducing zoneB. Combustion zone
C. Oxidizing zoneD. Cold mixing zone.

81. Which of the following influences the working time of dental plaster:1 Mark

A. Presence of gypsum in dental plasterB. Increase in water powder ratio
C. More rapid mixing of plasterD. Using warm water for mixing of powder.

82. Clicking sound in CD is due to:1 Mark

A. Insufficient occlusal clearanceB. Insufficient vertical distension
C. Increased vertical dimension of restD. Reduced vertical dimension of occlusion

83. A patient is an excellent health wearing CD, complains of burning sensation in anterior palate, may be due to:1 Mark

A. Nicotinamide deficiencyB. Defective occlusal content
C. Failure to relieve incisive papillaD. Excessive thickness in rugal area.

84. An increase in VDO or vertical dimension of occlusion causes:1 Mark

A. Sagging of cornersB. Traumal injury to the adjacent structured
C. Candidial infectionsD. Perleche

85. Most common cause of cheek biting with denture is:1 Mark

A. Porcelain denture teethB. Absence of buccal horizontal overlap
C. Crossbite relationship of posterior teethD. Complete denture-partial denture combination


Maxillarydenture fracture in mid-palatal areas, most common cause is:1 Mark

A. Very thin acrylic resinB. Excessive forceful bite
C. Excessive resorption of alveolar ridgeD. None

87. Mandibular major connector used in tongue tie patient is:1 Mark

A. Lingo-palateB. Cingulum plate
C. Sublingual barD. Lingual bar

88. Vertical facial height is measured through:1 Mark

A. Wills gaugeB. Boley’s gauge
C. Boos bimeterD. All of the above

89. Most commonly affected sound if maxillary incisor teeth are anteriorly placed: 
1 Mark

A. ChB. F
C. vD. s

90. The lingual flange of mandibular denture is
1 Mark

A. StraightB. Concave
C. ConvexD. Convex and extending towards base of tongue.

91. An 8 years old boy presents with class III fracture of tooth # 11, which appeared an hour ago, the apex is not closed. Your treatment should be:1 Mark

A. Direct pulp capping with Ca (OH)2.B. Pulpectomy follows by RCT.
C. Pulpotomy and fill with Ca (OH)2D. Smoothening of ledges and restore with composite
E. Restoration with Glass ionomer cement

92. A  young 12 years old boy presents with reddish over-growth  of tissue, protending from carious exposure in lower molar. What may be the possible diagnosis?1 Mark

A. Pulp polypB. Pulpal hyperemia .
C. Varicosed polyp.D. Pulpal granuloma
E. Gum boil.

93. Which of the following is the appropriate file for removing gutta-percha from root canals?1 Mark

A. K fileB. H file
C. Flexo file .D. S file.
E. Rat tail type.

94. A patient presents with a  draining sinus tract in labial vestibule of a maxillary central incisor. To confirm your diagnosis about the origin of pathoses you should:1 Mark

A. Open the concerned root chamber.B. Taking the bite-wing radiograph.
C. Thread gutta-percha through the root canal and expose the radiographD. Thread the gutta-percha through the tract and expose a radiograph.
E. Measure the periodontal packet

95. While examining the RCT done by other dentist, you find acase where the radiograph shows densely packed gutta-percha in coronal third but poorly packed in apical third, the most likely cause is:1 Mark

A. Excessive packing of dentine chips in apical one thuid.B. Failure to coat accessing cones with sealers .
C. Failure to obtain proper depth of penetration with compacting instrument.D. Tool much root canal sealer.
E. Use of accessory cones with fine tips.

96. In RCT, over preparation of the outer wall of the optical curvature of the canal within flexible instrument will cause:1 Mark

A. Zipping.B. Perforation.
C. Elbow formation.D. Ledge formation.
E. Crazing..

97. For the extripation of entire pulp, necrotic debris, and foreign material, one should use:1 Mark

A. Raemers.B. Files.
C. Barbed broaches.D. Burs
E. Plain broaches

98. Pain on percussion before endodontic treatment indicates:1 Mark

A. Reversible pulpitis.B. Irreversible pulpitis
C. Pulp necrosis.D. Inflammation of periodontal tissues
E. Exposed dentine.

99. Senile carious lesions are most commonly found exclusively on the following areas of the teeth:1 Mark

A. Pits and fissuresB. Occlusal, incisal, facial and lingual embrasures.
C. Inclined planes of cuspsD. Root surfaces of teeth.
E. Interdental surfaces.

100. The most widely used irrigant displaying optimal cleansing bactericidal properties is:
1 Mark

A. Formocresol.B. Sodium Hypochlorite.
C. Saline.D. Hydrogen peroxide
E. Gulteraldehyde


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