Removing the tooth pulp is called
a) prosthetic therapy
b) endodontic treatment
… is a procedure that is based on breaking the large absorbing molecules in the tooth structure into smaller molecules that do not absorb the light.
a) Teeth grinding
с) Tooth aging
d) Teeth brushing
Dentists place veneers mainly on … .
a) upper teeth
b) lower teeth
с) front teeth
d) back teeth
… is a mixture of mercury, silver, tin, copper and other materials.
a) Composite resin
d) Gold alloys
… are made when all natural teeth are missing.
a) Complete dentures
с) Dental restorations
d) Tooth crowns
Tooth sensitivity is tooth discomfort after eating … foods.
a) juicy or dry
b) warm or cool
c) tasty or disgusting
d) cold or hot
Teeth whitening falls under the category of … dentistry.
A dental bridge is a false tooth called a … that’s used to fill the gap.
A diet high in smoked and pickled foods increases the chance of developing … .
A) pulmonary tuberculosis;
B) genital warts;
C) stomach cancer;
D) avian flu.
Among mental health disorders are autism, schizophrenia, depression, and … .
B) Wilm’s tumour;
D) suicidal behaviour.
Colostrum flows from the nipple before … is produced.
A) intestinal flora;
B) breast milk;
Most doctors advise pregnant women to take … in appropriate amounts in addition to eating a nutritious diet.
A) supplemental vitamins;
The … secrets melatonin which affects skin pigmentation.
A) lacrymal gland;
B) pituitary gland;
C) pineal gland;
… is the ideal food for newborns.
A) Cow’s milk;
B) Mother’s milk;
C) Fresh vegetables;
D) Fruit juice.
The ... is the centre of regulations and coordination of body activities.
Nervous system contains 100 billion or more ....
B) nerve cells;
... deals with the study of odors and the sense of smell.
The largest part of the brain is ... .
D) spinal cord.
Air enters through the ... and passes through nasal cavities.
Human immunodeficiency virus infection is an infection by one or two viruses that progressively destroys white blood cells called ... causing AIDS.
The size of the pupil is controlled by the …, which opens and closed the iris.
A) aqueous humor;
D) papillary sphincter muscle.
... is an inflammation of brain caused by a virus.
C) Parkinson’s disease;
... is the process when air is expelled out of the lungs to equalize the pressure.
... protects the brain and spinal cord from shock as might a cushion.
A) Muscle tissue;
B) Cerebrospinal fluid;
The ... is a column of nervous tissue.
C) spinal cord;
The diagnosis of … is made when a person has abnormally high blood sugar level.
B) diabetes mellitus;
D) pulmonary tuberculosis.
Tumours may be … or metastatic.
… accumulates in the bladder as it arrives regularly from each ureter.
B) Gastric juice;
Infertility is the inability of a couple to achieve … without contraception.
B) sexual intercourse;
The papillomavirus can cause … .
A) genital warts;
B) pulmonary tuberculosis;
C) difficulty in breathing;
D) psychiatric disorders.
A doctor suspects diphtheria when a sick child has a sore throat with … .
A) runny nose;
B) vernix caseosa;
D) genital warts.