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21. The imperfection seen on the lingual flange of a lower denture caused by rapid heating during a curing cycle is called_____________?

A. Localised Shrinkage porosity
B. Gas inclusion porosity
C. Micro porosity
D. Surface porosity

22. The particle size in microfilled composites is_____________?

A. 0.05 to 0.04mm
B. 0.5 to 1.0 microns
C. 0.01 to 0.1 microns
D. 0.3 to 0.4mm

23. Which of the following absorbs maximum amount of water ?

A. Microfilled resin
B. Macrofilled resin
C. Hybrid
D. Light cure activated

24. A material which is a mixture of two different materials and its properties are_____________?

A. Composite
B. Complex material
C. Combined
D. Compound

25. Co-efficient of thermal expansion is highest for_____________?

A. Amalgam
B. Silicate cement
C. Gold alloy
D. Acrylic resin

26. The latest method of curing denture base resins______________?

A. Heat
B. Visible light
C. Chemicals
D. Lasers

27. One of the claims for the superiority composite resin restoration over silicate cement restorations is that the resin restorations_____________?

A. Prevent galvanic action
B. Are practically insoluble in oral fluids
C. Adapt to the walls of the cavity better
D. Have a higher coefficient of thermal expansion

28. To cure a heat cure resin, a proper heating cycle is necessary_____________?

A. To prevent the porosity
B. To prevent warpage
C. To prevent volume expansion
D. All of the above

29. When restoring a tooth with resin material, acid etching can do all of the following except______________?

A. Increase the surface area
B. Permit chemical bonding between resin and enamel
C. Create surface irregularities in enamel for better mechanical retention of resin
D. Condition the tooth surface for better wetting

30. For esthetic areas where high luster is required the restoration used usually______________?

A. Glass ionomer restoratives
B. Hybrid resin composites
C. Microfilled resin composites
D. Macrofilled resin composites


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