1071. Inlays can be of :

A. Gold
B. Ceramic
C. Resin
D. All of the above *

1072. The property of gold which allows for a better marginal finish is :

A. Resistance to corrosion
B. Ductiltiy *
C. Malleability
D. Tensile Strenght

1073. The outline form for inlays is :

A. Same as that for amalgam
B. Wider than for amalgam *
C. Narrower than for amalgam
D. Depends on extent officiaries

1074. The inlay cavity walls are :

A. Flared occlusally *
B. Tapered occlusally
C. Straight or parallel
D. Flared proximally

1075. The proximal margin of a class II inlay cavity are :

A. Closer to contact point
B. Closer to line angles *
C. Parallel to the occlusal outline
D. Guided by the extent of decay

1076. Calcium hydroxide is used as a pulp capping agent because it :

A. Provides a soothing action on pulp
B. Provides an irritant action on pulp *
C. Provides good thermal insulation
D. All of the above

1077. Type IV gold alloy is not suitable for a simple inlay because :

A. It is too ductile and will distort
B. Its hardness is so high that will cause tooth abrasion
C. Elongation qualities are too low to allow for marginal adaptation *
D. None of the above

1078. Indirect cast restoration are primarily finished and polished :

A. After cementation
B. Before casting is tried on tooth *
C. After casting is tried on tooth
D. None of the above

1079. The factor which contributes maximum for retention of an onlay is :

A. Near parallel axial walls *
B. Flat, pulpal and gingival wall
C. Contrabevels
D. None of the above

1080. In inlay preparation the axiopulpal depths is :

A. Similar to that of amalgam preparation
B. Limited in comparison *
C. Greater in comparison
D. All of the above