Quiz: Periodontal Pockets and Regeneration: 20-752581

Quiz: Periodontal Pockets and Regeneration: 20-752581

20-752581
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Quiz

Plaque is a living biofilm that antibiotics can penetrate.(Required)
The level of calculus should be used to judge the need for professional dental therapy, not the degree of gingival inflammation.(Required)
Fill in the blank: The normal gingival sulcus depth is _____mm in a cat and _____ mm in a dog.(Required)
When considering a tooth with a 4mm periodontal pocket, attachment loss is always equal to periodontal pocket depth.(Required)
To accurately assess marginal alveolar bone on a dark intraoral radiograph, you should:(Required)
Which of the following radiographic findings may make an acceptable candidate for root canal therapy in a case of a complicated crown fracture?(Required)
Periodontal disease always results in some degree of permanent bone loss. As the body fills in the empty alveolus with bone after extraction, the maximum bone height is only as high as one of the alveolar walls.(Required)
Which of the following radiographic diagnoses may be a good candidate for guided tissue regeneration?(Required)
A leading cause of pathologic maxillary fractures is periodontal disease and vertical bone loss distal to M1.(Required)
Which of the following is a necessity for guided tissue regeneration?(Required)