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GP Dentist Prometric DHA MOH EMREE DHCC HAAD SDLE QCHP OMSB answers to questions on Social Media Pages

On 27-05-2020 | Read time about 3 Minutes

This page brings together all answers of GP Dentist questions posted on our Social Media Pages for Prometric DHA exam for Dubai - MOH exam for Sharjah and other emirates - EMREE exam questions- DHCC exam for Dubai Health Care City- DOH (HAAD) exam for Abu Dhabi and Al Ain - SDLE exam for Saudi - QCHP exam for Qatar and OMSB exam for Oman

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The correct answer to Question Posted on 26th August is Option C.

Etched-Cast Resin-Bonded Fixed Dental Prostheses are called Maryland bridges. They have a non-perforated framework and uses micro-mechanical retention. The micro-mechanical retention is produced by electrolytic or acid etching the fitting surface of the retainer.  The oral surface of the cast retainers is highly polished and resists plaque accumulation.

The correct answer to Question Posted on 22nd July is Option C.

Heat cure acrylic resin consists of two components – powder (polymethylmethacrylate – polymer) and liquid (monomethylmethacrylate – monomer). Gypsum is Calcium sulfate dihydrate. The primary applications of gypsum in dentistry include the production of study models. They are also used to form models and casts on which wax dental prostheses and restorations are constructed.

The correct answer to Question Posted on 17th July is Option C.

An avulsion injury is complete displacement of the tooth (crown and root) from the alveolar socket. Time since avulsion is the most important determinant in the decision whether to reimplant an avulsed tooth. The single most important factor to assure a favorable outcome after replantation is the speed with which the tooth is replanted.


The correct answer to Question Posted on 30th May is Option B.

The correct answer is B. Trigeminal neuralgia is commonly described as stabbing, burning, shocking pain that lasts for seconds to minutes. It generally presents unilaterally and is commonly reported by patients to be triggered by relatively benign events such as light touch, thermal stimulation, and wind.

SImilar questions can be found in the Explanations to questions under Study > Diagnostics and Basic Sciences > Others


The correct answer to Question Posted on 13th May is Option B.

Internal resorption is most commonly identified during routine radiographic examination. If undetected, internal resorption will eventually perforate the root.For internal resorption to be active, at least part of the pulp must be vital. Hence, internal resorption is least likely to be see in a tooth with a necrotic pulp. Option C, pink spot or crown is found in internal resorption due to the granulation tissue in the coronal dentin.

This can be found in the Explanations to questions under Study > Endodontics > Pulpal diagnosis and also under Study > Pediatric Dentistry > Others

The correct answer to Question Posted on 8th May is Option A. 

HBsAg and HBeAg are secreted into the blood during viral replication. A chronic infection can be distinguished by the continued finding of HBeAg, HBsAg, or both, and a lack of detectable antibody to these antigens. 

During the symptomatic phase of infection, detection of antibodies to HBeAg and HBsAg is obscured because the antibody is complexed with antigen in the serum. Easier ways to remember above information will be found under Study > Diagnostic and Basic Sciences > Infection Control