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141. According to Schour & Massler the crown completion of both permanent maxillary and mandibular first molars is________________?
A. 1½ 2 years
B. 2½ – 3 years
C. 3-4 years
D. 3-5 years
142. Which of the following tooth shows largest Mesio- buccal ridge _____________?
A. Maxillary 1st premolar
B. Maxillary 2nd premolar
C. Mandibular 1st molar
D. Mandibular 2nd premolar
143. The number of point angles in a permanent mandibular first molar is_____________?
144. The term diphydont means____________?
A. Second dentition
B. Two same sets of dentition
C. Two separate sets of dentition
D. More than two sets of dentition
145. A six- year molar begins to calcify at______________?
A. Six months IU
B. At birth
C. 1 years after birth
D. 3 years age
146. As compared to permanent tooth , root formation in primary tooth______________?
A. Take less time
B. Take more time
C. Same time
D. Is complete when tooth erupts in oral cavity
147. At birth the following teeth are calcifying____________?
A. Primary incisors & first molar
B. Primary canines & second molars
C. Permanent canines
D. Permanent 3rd molar
148. A child has 12 permanent and 12 decidous teeth, what is his age____________?
A. 8½ years
B. 11½ years
C. 4½ years
D. 13½ years
149. Dentition of humans is_______________?
D. None of the above
150. While charting the dentition of a child, the pedodontist finds that the following teeth are present in all the four quadrants; permanent central incisor , permanent lateral incisor , decidous cuspid , decidous first molar, decidous 2nd molar and permanent 1st molar. The eruptive pattern may be considered most nearly normal for a child aged_____________?
A. 3-6 years
B. 7-10 years
C. 11-14 years
D. 15- 18 years
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