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List of questions – Restorative Dentistry[✎ edit | edit source]

1

a) Hard dental tissues – histollogy and pathomorphology

b) Lateral condensation of gutta-percha - step by step


2

a) Aetilogy and pathology of dental caries, classification of dental caries

b) Isolation and moisture control – rubber dam etc


3

a) History and examination in restorative dentistry

b) Influence of calcium hydroxide on pulp, formation of dentin bridge


4

a) Defence mechanisms against caries, importance of fluoride ions

b) Question of the focal infection in restorative dentistry


5

a) Classification of dental materials in restorative dentistry

b) Periapical surgery, hemisection, premolarization of the tooth


6

a) Rules of preparation of hard dental tissues

b) Root canal instruments division and properties


7

a) Clinical picture of dental caries, objective and subjective symptoms

b) Necrosis, gangrene – diagnosis and therapy


8

a) Classification of dental caries according to Black and Mount

b) Reversible stages of dental pulp – diagnosis and therapy


9

a) Caries pulpae proxima - diagnosis and therapy

b) Irreversible stages of dental pulp – diagnosis and therapy


10

a) Caries ad pulpam penetrans – diagnosis and therapy

b) Anatomy and morphology of each tooth – access cavity, number of root canals


11

a) Amalgam composition , properties

b) Differential diagnosis of pain in edentulous jaw


12

a) Amalgam – indications, clinical procedure

b) Division of pathological stages of the pulp – histological


13

a) Composite resins – composition and properties

b) Division of pathological stages of the pulp – clinical


14

a) Composite resins – indication and clinical procedure

b) X – ray examination in endodontics


15

a)Adhesive systems, classification, principles of bonding, instruction for use

b)Indications and contraindications of endodontic therapy


16

a) Glassionomer cements – composition and properties

b) Vital pulpectomy – indications and contraindications


17

a) Glassionomer cements – indications and clinical procedure

b) Mortal endodontic treatment – agents, risks


18

a) Ca(OH)2 – possibilities of the use

b) Root canal treatment – access cavity, pulpectomy


19

a) Class I. cavities (Black)

b) Root canal treatment – working lenght determination


20

a) Class II. cavities (Black)

b) Root canal treatment – instrumentation techniques


21

a) Class III. cavities (Black)

b) Root canal treatment – obturation techniques


22

a) Class IV. cavities (Black)

b) Antimicrobial agents in endodontics


23

a) Class V. cavities (Black)

b) Materials for root canal obturation


24

a) Class VI. cavities (Fusayama)

b) Acute periodontitis – symptoms, therapy


25

a) Sandwich restoration, tunnel preparation, aproximal aproach

b) Chronical periodontitis – symptoms, therapy


26

a) Inlay, onlay and overlay

b) Complications of endodontic treatment


27

a) Interdisciplinary problems between restorative dentistry and other dental disciplines

b) Postendodontic treatment


28

a) Instruments and devices in restorative dentistry

b) X – ray control of endodontic treatment results

29

a) Traumatic injuries of the crown

b) Apexification

30

a) X-ray Examination in Restorative Dentistry

b) Coronal pulpectomy (deep) and partial pulpectomy (Cvek) – indications and clinical procedure