TEST PREVIEW

  1. The blade on the working end of the instrument is also known as _______________.
  1. Which of the following things have to be considered when working on a maxillary first premolar?
  1. Considerations when selecting a handle option for new instruments include which of the following?
  1. Which of the following instruments will aid in accessing the distal of the mandibular 2nd molar and allow for traditional fulcruming in the area with less interference from the opposing arch?
  1. Which of the following instruments will effectively aid in the removal of posterior areas of heavy calculus under contact areas?
  1. The Extra-Rigid Graceys are designed for which of the following situations?
  1. Diamond tipped curettes can only be used with loose tissue and exposed furcations.
  1. Which of the following instruments is designed with a series of parallel blades that are used in deep pockets to break up large, tenacious calculus deposits?
  1. Which from the following instruments, would you select for scaling in a very narrow periodontal pocket on the lingual of #24?
  1. Which of the following instruments has a small, disc shaped working end and used to remove small, residual calculus deposits?
  1. Which if the following alternative fulcrums is demonstrated by placing the fulcrum on a finger placed on the same arch on which you are working.
  1. Which of the following is a series of curettes that are designed with a 60º honed terminal shank instead of the typical 70º?
  1. The hoe is used with a push stroke. The chisel is used with a push or pull stroke.
  1. Which of the following instruments has 2 different instruments in one:  a sickle on one end and a curette on the other?
  1. Which of the following instruments has a universal blade with a Gracey design and a more rigid shank?