Periodontics quiz

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Quiz 1

Diagnosis of periodontal diseases (Basics)

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#1. Which index is commonly used to screen patients’ periodontal status?

#2. While screening periodontal status in children, which representative teeth are used for assessment?

#3. If the total number of reading sites in patients’ dentition is 25 and number of positive sites with biofilm is 12. What is the patient’s API (%)?

#4. Name three diagnostic instruments, most used for clinical screening and diagnosis of periodontal diseases?

#5. Which 6 parameters are recorded while completing a full mouth point periodontal chart?

#6. What is clinical attachment loss (CAL)?

#7. If gingival margin is 5mm coronal to the cemento-enamel junction (CEJ) and probing depth (PD) is 7mm. Where is the junctional epithelium attachment (JE)?

#8. Bottom of the pocket is 4mm apical to the cemento-enamel junction (CEJ) and gingival margin is 3mm coronal to the cemento-enamel junction (CEJ). What is the depth of the periodontal pocket?

#9. The gingival margin is at the level of the cemento-enamel junction (CEJ) and clinical attachment loss (CAL) is 4mm. What is the depth of the periodontal pocket (PD)?

#10. What is the main difference between periodontal pocket and gingival (false or pseudo-) pocket?

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