American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry 試験
Question No : 1
The process of directing occlusal forces through the long axis of the teeth is known as axial:
Question No : 2
Following tray bleaching, the recommended delay before initiating composite bonding is how long?
Question No : 3
When marked with articulating paper, a perfected occlusion will result in which pattern on the maxillary teeth?
Question No : 4
The "white line" which shows up occasionally when finishing a composite restoration between the restoration and tooth structure is caused by what?
Question No : 5
As the angle of the eminentia increases, the:
Question No : 6
Which of the following can aid in reliably achieving centric relation?
Question No : 7
Which of the following USUALLY characterizes a patient who has a short adult ramus with normal posterior tooth development?
Question No : 8
During proper articulation of the "S" sound, which of the following BEST describes the relationship of the incisal edges of the maxillary and mandibular incisors for the majority of patients?
Question No : 9
Maxillary anterior tooth length can be evaluated using which of the following phonetic guidelines:
Question No : 10
When using dual-cured resin cements, the use of light activated curing is:
Question No : 11
In what position of the TMJ can the mandible accept firm compressive loading with no signs of tenderness or tension?
Question No : 12
Functional occlusion is influenced by side shift as follows: the greater the side shift, the restoration fabricated should exhibit:
Question No : 13
What is the principal determinant of posterior occlusal form?
Question No : 14
Most occlusal splints have one primary function; what is it?
Question No : 15
Which type of restoration will increase its micromechanical retention after etching with hydrofluoric acid?