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61. All embrasure spaces are reflection of the______________?
A. Form of the teeth involved
B. Size of the teeth involved
C. Eruption sequence involved
D. None of the above

62. The biting forces at molar region during mastication is_______________?
A. 20 to 55 pounds
B. 30 to 75 pounds
C. 50 to 75 pounds
D. 90 to 200 pounds

63. The faciolingual angulation of the upper central incisor is approximately___________________?
A. 20°
B. 28°
C. 33°
D. 38°

64. All are true about calciotraumatic line, except______________?
A. Due to caries
B. Due to death of odontoblastic layer
C. It remains after caries is removed
D. Because of odontoblastic migration from cell rich zone

65. Posterior embrasures are generally larger on the lingual than on the facial, with the contact area within the facial moiety, except between maxillary_______________?
A. Premolars
B. 1st and 2ndmolar
C. 1st premolar and cane
D. First molar and 2nd premolar

66. The distance from the CEJ to the alveolar crest normally is____________?
A. 1 – 1.5 mm
B. 2 mm
C. 2 – 2.3 mm
D. 3 mm

67. Which teeth show less curvature on the crown above the cervical line than any other teeth_____________?
A. Maxillary anterior
B. Mandibular canine
C. Mandibular anterior
D. Maxillary canine

68. Which anterior teeth have both mesial and distal contact areas of at the incisal third____________?
A. Mandibular centrals
B. Mandibular laterals
C. Both A and B
D. None of the above

69. The contact area on the distal side of a maxillary first premolar is located _____________?
A. Middle of the middle third with buccal embrasure wider than lingual
B. Middle of the middle third with lingual embrasure wider than buccal
C. Litter cervical to the junction of occlusal and middle third of the crown with wide occlusal embrasure
D. Cervical third with buccal embrasure wider than lingual embrasure

70. Generally , contact areas between posterior teeth are located in which directions from the centr of the proximal surface ____________?
A. Facially and occlusally
B. Facially and gingivally
C. Lingually and gingivally
D. Lingually and occlusally

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