What does the enamel condition known as MIH stand for?
A. Moderate Incipient Hypomineralization
B. Molar Incisor Hypomineralization
C. Minimal Incisal Hypermineralization
D. Molar Incipient Hypoplasia
What causes enamel fluorosis?
A. Ingestion of excessive fluoride during tooth development
B. A pea size amount of fluoride toothpaste
C. A smear of fluoride toothpaste
D. Inadequate fluoride exposure
Which of the following is a disadvantage of resin infiltration?
A. No patient compliance needed
B. Cost of materials
C. Arrests incipient carious lesions
D. Results are stable after whitening
How long should you ideally wait after orthodontic debanding before attempting resin infiltration?
A. There is no need to wait
B. 6 months
C. 3 months
D. 2 weeks
The ADA clinical practice guideline for nonsurgical treatment of proximal caries includes resin infiltration.
The literature has reported what range of patients develops a white spot lesion after orthodontic treatment?
A. 2% to 97%
B. 10% to 20%
C. 50% - 60%
D. 30% - 75%
What is the Icon-Etch composed of?
A. 37% phosphoric acid
B. 20% polyacrylic acid
C. 15% hydrochloric acid
D. 20% hydrochloric acid
Resin infiltration is indicated for caries arrest in lesions up to what depth?
C. Cavitated D1
D. Non-cavitated D1
Resin infiltration will work on every lesion.
Which type of rubber dam material must be avoided during the resin infiltration procedure to avoid being melted by the materials?
B. All non-latex
C. Non-latex with thermoplastic elastomers