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How To Pass And Register For The DANB’s GC Exam
What is the GC exam?The GC stands for General Chairside, a component of the DANB® certification process. As the name suggests, this exam specifically tests your knowledge on chairside assisting to the dentist during a dental examination or procedure. It is one of the most popular exams as many...  Read More
Q: What do you give a patient who is experiencing severe chest pain while in the dental chair?
Q: What do you give a patient who is experiencing severe chest pain while in the dental chair?(A).Nitroglycerin tablet(B).Aspirin 325mg(C).Oxygen(D).All of the aboveSevere chest pain is called angina pectoris. It can also be a sign of MI (heart attack), and therefore, the clinician should...  Read More
Q: Which one is NOT a muscle of mastication?
Q: Which one is NOT a muscle of mastication? Masseter Medial pterygoid Temporalis Lateral pterygoid BuccinatorThere are 4 muscles of mastication: Masseter Medial pterygoid Temporalis Lateral pterygoidThose muscles work together to move the mandible up and down, and...  Read More
Q: Which instrument is NOT a critical item?
Q: Which instrument is NOT a critical item? Curettes Surgical burs Scalpels Mouth mirrorsThis question belongs to the chapter on . Critical items are items considered to be at high risk for infections. They penetrate the soft tissue, bone, or contact the blood stream. Therefore,...  Read More
Q: The receptor size usually required for a full-mouth series on a six-year-old patient is:
Q: The receptor size usually required for a full-mouth series on a six-year-old patient is: .Size 1 .Size 0 .Size 3 .Size 4 Keywords: six-year-old Size 0 is the smallest receptor and is used for children Size 1 is larger than size 0 and is used for children’s dentition and...  Read More
Q: When is a package considered to be contaminated?
Q: When is a package considered to be contaminated? .When it is dropped on the floor .When it is punctured .When it is wet .All of the aboveBefore opening a dental instrument package, examine it carefully chair side. Packages that are dropped on the floor, punctured, torn, or wet are...  Read More
Q: Which radiographic error caused this “flat” smile?
Q: Which radiographic error caused this “flat” smile? .Lead collar is above the line .The chin is tipped down too far .The chin is tipped up too far .The patient’s head is twistedThe may show you panoramic radiographs and ask you what type of error was made. There is a...  Read More
Q: What is Borax?
Q: What is Borax? .Retarder .Accelerator .None of the aboveGypsum is a soft sulfate mineral composed of calcium sulfate dihydrate. It can be used as a fertilizer, chalk, or stone for the fabrication of models in dentistry. Borax and potassium sulfate can be added to the gypsum to modify...  Read More
Q: Using radiation measuring system conversion, 1 Gray is equal to how many rad?
Q: Using radiation measuring system conversion, 1 Gray is equal to how many rad? .100 .300 .1000 .1,000,000When measuring radiation, there are two types of systems used – Standard (traditional system) and System International (SI, newer system). Roentgen (Standard system),...  Read More
Q: This type of swelling is a(n):
Q: This type of swelling is a(n): .Ranula .Mucocele .Exostosis .UlcerThe image shows a rounded elevation that looks like it may contain some fluid and is located on the lower lip. Amucoceleis a benign, mucus-containing cystic lesion of the minor salivary gland. It can appear with...  Read More
Q: The radiolucency in the image is a(n):
Q: The radiolucency in the image isa(n):(A). Oral ulcer(B.) Mandibular foramen(C.) Mental foramen(D.) Incisive foramenIn order to solve this, we have to examine thelocationof the radiolucency. In this image, the lucency isbelow the second premolarbut detached from the root. Because it...  Read More
Q: The image highlights which type of caries?
Q: The image highlights which type of caries?A. Recurrent cariesB. Class IcariesC. Class VcariesD. Class IVcariesThe magnifier points at a dark area “under” the restoration. Thosecariesthat come back after the tooth has been treated are calledrecurrentcaries. This type of carious lesion...  Read More
Q: The arrows are pointing at:
Q: The arrows are pointing at:A. FusionB. ConcrescenceC. GeminationD. Dens in dente Dens in dente (also calleddensinvaginatus)isformed as the enamel organ goes into the crown of a tooth before mineralization is completed. Radiographically, a tooth-like structure appearswithin the crown. Due to...  Read More
Q: How can you control a hematoma?
Q: How can you control a hematoma?A. Apply heat for 20 minutesB. Apply ice for 2 minutesC. Alternate ice and heatD. All the aboveFirst of all, what is a hematoma? A hematoma is theoutflow of bloodinto extravascular spaces. In dentistry, a hematoma can occur when the needle damages the blood vessels...  Read More
Q: Chest pain caused by the narrowing of the heart’s blood vessels is called:
Q: Chest pain caused by the narrowing of the heart’s blood vessels is called:A. AnginaB. Myocardial infarctionC. AllergyD. Heart attackKeyword: chest pain Angina is a term used forchest paincaused by reduced blood to the heart muscles. The pain mayradiatethrough the arm, neck, and jaw. ...  Read More
Q: What is the chest compression rate for adult CPR?
Q: What is the chest compression rate for adult CPR?A. 50/minB. 100/minC. 100-120/minD. As many as you canThe basics of CPR has changed since 2010. Major changes for all rescuers, all of which are intended to simplify CPR for rescuers and improve bystander response, include: A change in the CPR...  Read More
Q: Bradycardia refers to:
Q: Bradycardia refers to: Heart rate above 100 beats per minute Heart rate under 60 beats per minute Increased heart contraction force Decreased heart contraction force Bradycardia refers to a slower than normal heart rate (under 60 beats per minute) Tachycardia refers to a faster...  Read More
Q: An onlay:
Q: An onlay:A. Covers the entire chewing surface of a toothB.Lies within a cusp of the toothC. Covers one or more cusp tip(s)D. Is bonded to the facial surface of anteriors to improve appearanceDental restorations can be divided into direct and indirect restorations. Direct restoration: the...  Read More

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