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Rubber Dam Questions: The following is / are considered as advantage(s) for rubber dam isolation: A.

Decreased risk of cross infection control. B. Ensures that nitrous o ide sedation !rocedure will be safer when the inhaled gas is routed via the scavenging s"stem. #. Decreased risk of damage to the surrounding tissues from the rotar" and hand instruments. A. A and C only D. All of the above is true. The following is / are considered as advantage(s) for the child using rubber dam isolation: A. $m!rovement of access and visibilit" B. Reduced stress and relaxation #. %etraction of the gingival tissues. D. &oisture #ontrol. E. All of the above are true. The following 'ustifies the need for !reservation of !rimar" teeth: A. &aintenance of a health" oral environment. B. (revention and relief of !ain. #. &aintaining the function and s!eech D. &aintenance of arch length E. All of the above. Diet and Dental Caries Questions: )hich of the following is / are true regarding measures to reduce caries risk b" diet modification: A. *se of sugar substitutes results in less caries activit" B. +oods needing active chewing leads to more caries activit". #. ,ugars should be eliminated as fast as !ossible from the oral cavit" D. A and C only are true E. A- B- and # are true. $f we look at the starch and dental caries research- the results can be summari.ed as following: A. $f the starch is finel" ground- heat/treated and eaten fre0uentl"- starch can cause caries in the same manner that is caused b" sucrose. B. #ooked starch" foods such as !asta and bread are of high cariogenicit" in man. C. The addition of sugars increases the cariogenicity of coo ed starchy foods to become as cariogenic as sucrose. D. A and B are correct E. B and # are correct. The critical (1: A. $s the !oint at which deminerali.ation starts. B. $s about 2.2 3 2.4 for enamel

#. $s around 5.6 for the root surface. D. All of the above are true E. 7one of the above is true. The time that is taken to reduce sugar concentration in saliva to less than 8.9: of the original concentration : A. $s called ;#learance Time< B. #an be called ; ,ugartime<. #. =aries between different foods- different individuals- and different sites of the mouth. D. B and C only E. All of the above is true. )hich of the following is +alse regarding sucrose: A. The most common dietar" sugar B. $t comes from sugar canes- sugar beets as well as fruits. #. $t !romotes coloni.ation of bacteria on the tooth surface D. All of the above. E. !one of the above. )hen "ou are discussing the issue of sugar substitution for growing children- which !oint is the least im!ortant to em!hasi.e to the !arent: A. *nrestricted intake of such beverages will cause calorie deficienc". B. "uch beverages #ill eliminate or greatly reduce dental caries and it is highly recommended. #. The ingestion of such beverages will lead to erosion. D. $t !rovides little nutritive value in terms of su!!l"ing vitamins. E. >ou should guide the !arent to the t"!e of sweetener to be taken to avoid harmful ones. )hen looking at the +ood ?uide ("ramid- which of the following is/ are true: A. The to! of the !"ramid contains fats- oils and sweets and is recommended to be used since it is of low cariogenicit". B. The base of the $yramid contains the foods from grains and they should be used because they contain fibers% minerals and vitamins. #. Although the base of the !"ramid contains the foods from grains- the" should not be used because the" contain cariogenic items. D. A and B onl" are correct. E. 7one of the above is true. &ral 'ygiene Education and (atient )otivation %esearch in the area of oral h"giene education and !atient motivation to get the child into the habit of oral h"giene !ractices (brushing and flossing) showed that: A. The best educational aid is the disclosing agent with or without the use of !la0ue inde . B. (atient education will !romote im!roved oral h"giene for a long time following the teaching !eriod. C. Closely su$ervised teaching on a multi$le* visit basis% allo#ing for $eriodic reinforcement% is the best a$$roach.

D. A and # onl". E. All of the above are true. $t was found b" research that failing to floss means that @@@@@@@@@@@ : of the tooth surfaces goes uncleaned. A. 42 B. 28 C. +, D. 62 E. 7one of the above is true. The tooth brush that "ou will recommend to the A/ "ear old child should have the following characteristics: A. ,mall B. 1as soft n"lon bristles #. 1as multitufted n"lon bristles D. A and B onl" E. All of the above are true. "tainless "teel Cro#ns Questions: The most widel" used stainless steel crowns used in !ediatric dentistr" contain: A. 44: chromium- 94: nickel- and 5: iron B. -,. chromium% //. nic el% and /. iron #. 94: nickel - 44: chromium- - and 2: iron D. 44: nickel- 92: iron- and 4 : chromium E. 7one of the above is true. The ,tainless ,teel #rowns are contraindicated in: A. #hildren with ver" !oor oral h"giene B. 0n cases #here exfoliation is very near in time. #. $n fractured !osterior teeth D. $n cases with mesial lesions in the first !rimar" molars. E. All of the above. $n the !re!aration of the tooth for a stainless steel crown- "ou will need the following burs: A. 1lame sha$ed diamond for the occlusal reduction % ta$ered Diamond for the $roximal reduction and heatless stone for the finishing. B. +lame sha!ed diamond for the !ro imal reduction - ta!ered Diamond for the occlusal reduction and heatless stone for the finishing. #. +lame sha!ed carbide for the occlusal reduction - ta!ered Diamond for the !ro imal reduction and rouge for the finishing. D. An" combination of the above choices can be used !rovided "ou know how to use the burs. E. 7one of the above combinations is efficient. )e need more burs. %egarding the !ro imal reduction of the tooth in the !re!aration for a stainless steel crown- which sentence(s) is / are true:

A. #ontact with the ad'acent teeth must be broken gingivall" and buccolinguall" and the ad'acent tooth structure should not be damaged. B. (ro imal slices converge slightl" toward the occlusal and lingual with no overta!ering. C. The gingival margins should have a feather/edge finish line D. All of the above are true. E. A and B onl" are true. The most im!ortant !rinci!le(s) in the selection of the si.e of a stainless steel crown is (are): A. $t should establish correct occlusogingival crown length. B. The crown margins should follow the natural contours of the toothBs marginal gingival. #. The smallest crown that com!letel" covers the !re!aration. D. A and B onl" E. All of the above are true. )hile tr"ing the ,tainless steel crown on the !re!ared tooth- "ou noticed that there is some resistance with tissue blanching. The reason(s) for this could be: A. #rown occlusogingival dimension is wrong. B. #rown mesiodistal dimension is wrong. #. Tissue caught in margin D. Any of the above could be true. E. 7one of the above is related to such incidence. )hile tr"ing the ,tainless steel crown on the !re!ared tooth- "ou noticed that there is some resistance without tissue blanching. The reason(s) for this could be: A. #rown occlusogingival dimension is wrong. B. #rown mesiodistal dimension is wrong. #. Tissue caught in margin D. An" of the above could be true. E. !one of the above is related to such incidence. $ndications for the use of stainless ,teel crowns does not include: A. E tensive caries. B. &alformed teeth with h"!o!lasia and other conditions #. (ul!otomi.ed or !ul!ectomi.ed teeth. D. All of the above E. !one of the above. )hile develo!ing a treatment !lan for "our !atient- "ou found that tooth C 5D has mesial/occlusal caries with no !ul!al involvement- the best material to restore this tooth is: A. Amalgam filling B. #om!osite filling C. "tainless steel cro#n D. ?lass ionomer filling E. (reventive resin restoration.

"$ace )anagement Questions The s!ace anal"sis !rocedure (s) that can be done for both u!!er and lower archeswith no use of the radiogra!hs is/ are: A. &o"erBs Anal"sis B. Tana a and 2ohnston Analysis #. Bishara and ,tale"Bs Anal"sis D. 1i on and Eldfather Anal"sis E. 7ance Anal"sis. The dentition is designed to function as a single unit retained b" the sum of the following forces e erted u!on each individual tooth: A. Ecclusal forces B. &uscular forces #. Eru!tive +orces D. B and # with some vertical forces as well as mesiodistal forces E. A % B% and C The im!ortance of s!ace maintenance is a!!reciated b" understanding the se0uences of !remature loss of !rimar" teeth. Ef the following se0uences- which one is the least im!ortant if a!!licable: A. En s!ace arch dimensions. B. En center line C. &n s$eech D. En !s"chosocial develo!ment E. All of the above factors are ver" im!ortant. Feewa" s!ace: A. 0s the difference bet#een the mesiodistal #idth of Cs% Ds% and Es com$ared to that of +s% 3s% and ,s. B. $s 9.4 in the mandibular arch. #. $s 8.G in the ma illar" arch. D. All of the above is true. E. 7one of the above is true. (rimate s!ace: A. 0s the s$ace $resent in the $rimary dentition distal to lo#er canines and mesial to the u$$er canines. B. $s the s!ace !resent in the !rimar" dentition mesial to lower canines and distal to the u!!er canines. #. $s the s!ace !resent in the !ermanent dentition distal to lower canines and mesial to the u!!er canines. D. $s the s!ace !resent in the !ermanent dentition mesial to lower canines and distal to the u!!er canines. E. 7one of the above gives the full definition of the !rimate s!ace $n stud"ing the relationshi! between Baume classification and AngleBs classificationwhich of the following is/ are true: A. ,evere mesial ste! in the terminal !lane will lead to class $$$ occlusion B. Distal ste! in the terminal !lane will lead to class $$ occlusion

#. ,traight terminal !lan will lead to #lass $ occlusion. D. All of the above are true. E. ,uch relations are not between Baume and Angle classifications. $n stud"ing the relationshi! between !rimar" and !ermanent molar relationshi!. $n the case of the straight terminal !lan: A. #lass $ occlusion will result b" earl" shift utili.ing leewa" s!ace if !resent. B. #lass $ occlusion will result b" late shift utili.ing leewa" s!ace if !resent. #. #lass $ occlusion will result b" earl" shift utili.ing !rimate s!ace if !resent. D. A and B are correct E. B and C are correct. Diagnostic records for s!ace management !lanning does not include: A. ,tud" models B. %adiogra!hs #. #linical e amination D. All of the above E. !one of the above To know about the !resence or absence of secondar" teeth- eru!tion se0uenceAnomalies of secondar" teeth and !ath of eru!tion- "ou need: A. Thorough histor" taking B. Thorough clinical e amination C. 4ood 5uality radiogra$hs D. ?ood 0ualit" stud" models E. All of the above. The following general factor(s) will influence the develo!ment of a malocclusion: A. #lass $$ div $$ usuall" become more severe after !remature loss of mandibular teeth. B. Thumb suc ing habits causes re*colla$se after the untimely loss of teeth. #. ,trong mentalis muscle cou!led with low tongue !osition ma" damage the occlusion. D. All of the above are true E. B and # onl" are true. $n considering the s!ace maintainers indications- which of the following statements is/ are true: A. Dental age of the !atient is more im!ortant than the chronological age. B. Amount of bone covering the uneru!ted tooth is more im!ortant than the root status develo!ment. #. ,e0uence of eru!tion is more im!ortant than the time of eru!tion. D. All of the above are true. E. A and # onl" are true but not B. +actors related to arch/length ade0uac" include: A. #us!al interlock B. The si6e of the uneru$ted $remolars and canines #. The de!th of the curve of sfee. D. All of the above.

E. B and # onl". +actors related to arch/length ade0uac" does not include: A. The de!th of the curve of s!ee. B. The !osition of the lower incisors over the basal bone #. Feewa" s!ace D. All of the above E. !one of the above. The Band and Foo! s!ace maintainer: A. $t ma" re0uire a vertical !ro'ection to restore the chewing function B. 0t does not restore che#ing function and #ill not $revent the continued eru$tion of the o$$osing teeth. #. Eas" and economic but not !ractical clinicall" D. *sed in the situation of earl" loss of tooth C 56. E. All of the above are true. The crown and loo! s!ace maintainer: A. $ndicated mainl" in cases where the !osterior abutment tooth is !ul!all" treated and there is a s!ace loss in the o!!osing arch. B. 0ndicated mainly in cases #here the $osterior abutment tooth is $ul$ally treated and there is a s$ace loss in the arch anterior to it. #. $ndicated mainl" in cases where the !osterior abutment tooth is !ul!all" treated and there is a s!ace loss in the same arch but not in the same 0uadrant. D. $ndicated mainl" in cases where the !osterior abutment tooth is not !ul!all" treated and there is a s!ace loss in the same 0uadrant. E. 7one of the above statements satisfies the s!ecific t"!e. )hich of the following statements is/ are true regarding the FF1A s!ace maintainer: A. ,hould be !assive in nature B. $ndicated in the !rimar"- mi ed and !ermanent dentition stages !rovided that there is bilateral !remature loss of teeth. #. $t does not re0uire !atient coo!eration in wearing it. D. A and B onl" E. A and C only. #ontraindications for distal shoe a!!liance include: A. $f the !atient has !oor oral h"giene B. $f several teeth are missing so that we lack abutments for the a!!liance. #. $f the !atient has certain medical !roblems such as blood d"scrasia or immunosu!!resion. D. All of the above are true E. A and # onl" are true. The following a!!liance is successful in re!lacing several missing !osterior teeth in the mandibular arch: A. +i ed a!!liance B. Removable $artial denture #. Fower Fingual holding arch D. Bilateral #rown and loo!

E. 7one of the above is the re0uired design. 1luoride Questions: The main mechanism of action of fluoride is: A. (re/eru!tive and s"stemic B. (re/eru!tive and local #. (ost/eru!tive and s"stemic D. (ost*eru$tive and local E. 7one of the above is the main mechanism. Ene of the following facts is not true regarding the action of fluoride in the !revention of caries: A. As cariogenic bacteria metaboli.e carboh"drates- fluoride is released from the dental !la0ue in res!onse to the lower !1. B. 1luoride is more readily ta en u$ by the sound enamel more than the deminerali6ed one. #. +luoride also inhibits dental caries b" affecting the activit" of cariogenic bacteria. D. ,aliva is a ma'or carrier of to!ical fluoride- but the concentration of fluoride in ductal saliva is low as it is secreted from the gland. E. Adults as well as children benefit from fluoride since the c"cles of deminerali.ation and reminerali.ation continues throughout the lifetime of the tooth. The o!timum fluoride concentration in drinking communit" water is: A. 8.84 !!m 3 9 !!m B. 8.9 !!m 3 9 !!m C. 7./ $$m 8 -.9 $$m D. 8.9 !!m E. 7one of the above can be true. $t de!ends on the climate of the area- so we can not !redict such value. The main fluoride source (s) res!onsible for lower caries rate is/ are: A. +luoridated communit" drinking water B. +luoride tooth!aste. #. (rofessionall" a!!lied fluoride gel D. All of the above E. A and B only. The concentration of fluoride in most bottled water is: A. H 8.4 !!m B. 9 !!m C. : 7.+ $$m D. 8.I 3 9 !!m E. 7one of the above. The standard concentration of fluoride in the following !roduct is 9-888 !!m 3 9-988 !!m: A. +luoride dail" mouth rinse

B. #. D. E.

1luoridated tooth $aste; Adult strength. ,"stemic fluoride tablets for a child age 2 "ears of age +luoride gels for home use 7one of the above is true.

The most common fluoride com!ound used as a dail" mouthrinse is 7a+. $ts concentration is: A. 8.2: 7a+ B. 8.6: 7a+ C. 7.7,. !a1 D. 8.86: 7a+ E. 7one of the above- the concentrations given are for the fluoride and not 7a+. Ene of the following factors is not im!ortant in !rescribing s"stemic fluoride: A. Age of the child B. #oncentration of fluoride in the childBs !rimar" drinking water #. The ;1alo effect< related to the child. D. Ability of the child to s$it the excess fluoride E. 7one of the above. +or the ma imum benefit of fluoride - the !1 of most to!ical fluoride gels should be around: A. +.7 B. 4.8 #. 2.8 D. 9.8 E. none of the above . The usual recommended fre0uenc" for !rofessional a!!lication of fluoride to get the ma imum benefit with the best cost/effectiveness is: A. Bimonthl" B. "emiannually #. Annuall" D. Ence ever" three weeks E. )e cannot give such a recommendation. $t de!ends on the !o!ulation we are treating. The highest fluoride concentration can be found in which of the following com!ounds: A. +luoride weekl" mouthrinse. B. +luoride gel/ !rofessional use. #. The highest strength fluoridated tooth!aste D. 1luoride varnish. E. +luoride !ro!h"la is !aste/ !rofessional use. To differentiate between milder forms of fluorosis and 7onfluoride enamel o!acitiesthe later is characteri.ed b": A. *suall" centered in smooth surface. B. Eften oval or round

#. *suall" seen on si or eight homogenous teeth at the same time of crown formation. D. A and B only E. All of the above are true. Dental fluorosis is defines as a condition affecting the @@@@@@@@@@@@ caused b" increased ingestion of fluoride above the o!timum level of fluoride. A. Enamel B. Dentin #. #ementum D. All of the above are true E. A and B onl". The following facts are true regarding the dental fluorosis e ce!t: A. #haracteri.ed b" greater !orosit" of the surface and subsurface la"ers of enamel. B. %esults from increased fluoride reaching the tooth during the develo!mental stages. #. The most critical !eriod for its influence a!!ears to be the late secretion or earl" maturation !eriod D. All of the above E. !one of the above. 9 !!m is e0ual to: A. - mg ; < B. 9 gm / F #. 9 gm / 988 ml D. 9 mg / ml E. none of the above. The fluoride concentration in the A(+ "ou useI in the !ediatric dentistr" clinic is : A. -9+77 $$m 1 B. 96I8 !!m + #. 96.I88 !!m + D. 9.6I !!m + E. 7one of the above is the true concentration because we need to calculate the +luoride content in this com!ound. Threshold for dental fluorosis is: A. 8.8I 3 9 mg +/ Jg of the bod" weight B. 7.7+ 8 7.- mg 1; =g of the body #eight #. 8.9 3 8.I mg +/ Jg of the bod" weight D. 8.I 3 9 gm +/ Jg of the bod" weight E. 8.8I 3 9 gm +/ Jg of the bod" weight A child ingested 98 ml of 2: 7a+. 1ow much fluoride did he ingestK A. 288 mg + B. 28 mg + C. 99, mg 1 D. 2888 mg +

E. 66.2 mg + 1issure "ealants and (RR Questions #an be defines as a minimal !re!aration of !its and fissures but with a small area or areas of caries that involve dentin. %e0uires the !lacement of com!osite over the a!!ro!riate base. The remaining !its and fissures are covered then b" a sealant. This is: A. T"!e $ (%% B. Ty$e 00 (RR #. T"!e $$$ (%% D. #lass $ com!osite filling E. #lass $$ com!osite filling $n the selection of teeth for the a!!lication of !it and fissure sealants- which one is the least indicated for this !rocedure: A. Ecclusal !its and fissures B. Buccal and !alatal !its #. #ingulum !its on the lingual surfaces of ma illar" incisors D. "hallo# #ell coalesced $its and fissures E. # and D $n relation to the chronological and dental age of the !atient- which of the following statements is/ are true: A. ,ealants must be !laced as soon as !ossible after the emergence of the tooth in the oral cavit" B. (atient has to be "oung to benefit most from this !rocedure C. "ealants must be $laced after com$lete eru$tion of the tooth #ith no o$erculum covering it to have maximum retention D. A and # onl" are correct E. 7one of the above is true. A com!rehensive !revention !rogram should include: A. +luorides and !ro!er diet. B. (la0ue control and regular dental care #. (atient education and motivation D. All of the above E. The com!onents above are still lacking all the re0uirements deeded for a com!rehensive !rogram. There are some other com!onents not mentioned. Ef the following sentences- which one(s) is/ are true regarding the retention facts of !it and fissure sealants: A. 1alf of all sealants will last I/4 "ears B. +or a !ro!erl" !laced sealant- 98 "ears is e !ected as a retention !eriod C. 0ncidence of caries is greatly reduced by the a$$lication of sealants D. All of the above statements are true E. 7one of the above statements is true. Behavior )anagement Questions:

The critical moment in the dental office that !rovides us with the first real o!!ortunit" to !raise the child for his good behavior is: A. The !re/a!!ointment visit B. ,e!aration from the !arent C. 4etting into the chair D. The in'ection E. %eturn to the !arent. The !rofile of a good child dental !atient does not include: A. ,e!arates well from the !arent B. #ries at the in'ection time onl" #. %eturn to !arent bearing !ride D. A and # onl" v. !one of the above #auses of ina!!ro!riate behavior include : A. Ac0uired and learned fears B. Awareness of a dental !roblem #. &ental retardation D. A and B onl" E. All of the above )rightBs clinical classification of childrenBs behavior divided children into how man" categories: A. Two B. Three #. +our D. De!ends on the clinicianBs abilit" to e !ress o!inion E. 7one of the above is true. The functional in0uir" is !art of: A. 'istory ta ing B. #linical e amination #. Diagnostic investigation D. Behavior management E. 7one of the above $f the child is reluctant to acce!t the treatment and he a!!ears to be withdrawn. >ou can give him %ating @@@@@@@@@ of +rankl scale: A. Ene B. T#o #. Three D. +our E. This descri!tion is not enough to give the rating. This t"!e of !arents will !revent the natural develo!ment of the child toward inde!endence. This t"!e is called: A. &ver$rotective $arent B. 1ostile !arent #. &ani!ulative !arent

D. 7eglectful !arent E. Troublesome !arent E am!le of such !arent is the one who refuses that the child gets radiogra!hs made to get the diagnosis- and the" can tell "ou what to do in "our office. This is an e am!le of : A. Ever!rotective !arent B. 1ostile !arent C. )ani$ulative $arent D. 7eglectful !arent E. An"one of the above can have this behavior The best wa" to work with the 1ostile !arent is: A. #ounseling and e !laining the im!ortance of dentistr" B. E !laining the office !olic" clearl" #. 1ran discussion and ex$laining the details of the treatment #ith $atience. D. All of the above E. 7one of the above can hel! The characteristics of the introverted child include: A. Avoidance behavior B. Aggressive behavior #. Difficult communication D. A and C only E. All of the above. $f the home of the famil" is lacking warmth and love- or if it is even broken home with unfortunate circumstances. This will result into which combination: A. 1ostile !arent and emotionall" com!romised child. B. &ver$rotective $arent and emotionally com$romised child. #. 1ostile !arent and introverted child. D. Ever!rotective !arent and emotionall" com!romised child. E. 7one of the above combinations is a logical one. *sing "our e !erience and common sense- "ou ma" sim!l" decide to !ost!one the a!!ointment so that "ou will not increase the an iet" of which t"!e of child: A. The emotionall" com!romised child B. The child who is adverse to authorit" C. The frightened child D. The sh" child E. An" one of the above is true. The child who has misdirected goals in life can be seen misbehaving in the dental office as : A. The emotionall" com!romised child B. The child #ho is adverse to authority #. The frightened child D. The sh" child E. The introverted child

Behavior management can be defined as the means b" which the dental team effectively and efficientl" !erforms treatment to the child instills a !ositive dental attitude in the child for the future. Effective here means: A. *tili.ing the !rinci!le of 0uadrant dentistr" B. (roviding high 5uality dental care #. )orking in the team as one unit D. All of the above E. A and B onl". Behavior management can be defined as the means b" which the dental team effectivel" and efficiently !erforms treatment to the child instills a !ositive dental attitude in the child for the future. Efficient here means: A. *tili.ing the !rinci!le of 0uadrant dentistr" B. (roviding high 0ualit" dental care #. )orking with the team as one unit D. All of the above E. A and C only. +undamentals of behavior management include all of the following e ce!t: A. Tolerance and +le ibilit" B. Ergani.ation and truthfulness #. The team and the !ositive a!!roach D. All of the above E. !one of the above $t is one of the fundamentals of behavior management. $t means that the dentist has the abilit" to rationall" co!e with misbehaviors while maintaining com!osure. This is referred to: A. The !ositive a!!roach B. The fle ibilit" C. Tolerance D. The organi.ation E. 7one of the above. >ou do not need informed consent in which of the following behavior management methods in children: A. The !h"sical restraint B. The basic communicative behavior techni5ues #. The voice control D. 1and/over mouth E. 7one of the above. $t is a behavior modification techni0ue used to retrain a child who !resents with !re/ established fears- and uncoo!erative behavior. $t is called: A. Tell/show/Do B. Desensiti6ation #. &odeling D. =oice #ontrol

E. All of the above can be matching such a definition. $t is a behavior management techni0ue used to alleviate the !atient fear of the unknown. $t is called: A. Tell*sho#*Do B. Desensiti.ation #. &odeling D. =oice #ontrol E. (re/a!!ointment visit The behavior management techni0ue that is used while giving the local anesthesia to the child should be: A. Tell/show/Do B. Desensiti.ation #. &odeling D. =oice #ontrol E. Distraction The behavior management techni0ue that is e tremel" contraindicated while giving the local anesthesia to the child is: A. Tell*sho#*Do B. Desensiti.ation #. &odeling D. =oice #ontrol E. Distraction %esearch has shown that during the communication e !erience between the dentist and the child- over than half of the im!act of the clinician comes from: A. the s!oken words B. The tone of the voice #. The volume of the voice D. !onverbal ex$ressions E. B and # together )hich of the following facts is not true about the 1and/ over/ mouth techni0ue: A. >ou must obtain an informed consent from the !arent and document it. B. *sed to reframe a !revious re0uest and to reengage a!!ro!riate behavior #. $ndicated in h"sterical children D. 0ndicated in mouth breathers E. %arel" used and recommended nowada"s. Alternatives to the communicative behavior management techni0ues that can be done b" the general !ractitioner includes: A. #onscious sedation B. ?eneral anesthesia #. Dee! sedation D. All of the above E. !one of the above