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  1. The dental hygienist has the responsibility to evaluate and properly maintain dental restorations.
  1. Leucite and lithium disilicate are commonly found in composite esthetic restorations.
  1. Dental restorations can be identified through:
  1. When using the ultrasonic, all of the following are considered safe practices, except one. Which one is the exception?
  1. Aluminum trihydroxide is an abrasive agent that should be avoided on:
  1. Which fluoride application is the preferred choice for esthetic restorations?
  1. Conventional prophylaxis paste does not increase surface roughness on resin composite restorative materials.
  1. What was the original type of powder used in air polishing systems?
  1. Which of the following products works well as an alternative to regular prophylaxis paste?
  1. What term is used to describe deterioration of amalgam restorations caused by chemical or electro-chemical reactions?
  1. It is acceptable to polish amalgam restorations that have recurrent caries present.
  1. Which of the following conditions are contraindications for performing finishing and polishing procedures on amalgam restorations?
  1. It is the dental hygienist’s responsibility to document their findings and report them to the dentist.
  1. What is the restorative material used on tooth #15?
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  1. What is the restorative material used on tooth #13?
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