top of page

Prometric Dental Exam for Gulf Exam MCQ - DHA, MOH , HAAD, OMSB -Complete Dentures

Updated: May 1, 2022

1.Why is the surgical stent required for an immediate denture?

a. To give an idea of the anatomy of the region

b. Prevent hematoma

c. To determine occlusion

d. For better fit of dentures

2.You fit a new complete denture and the patient complains of cheek bite, what would you do

a. Grind buccal of lower teeth

b. Grind buccal of upper teeth

c. Grind lingula of lower teeth

d. Grind lingula of upp

er teeth

3.A patient with new denture can not make the "S" and "TH" sound, what is the problem?

a. Extensive vertical overlap

b. Increased deepbite

c. Incisors placed too far

d. Incisors placed too far lingually

4.Fracture of a rest of a chromium cobalt denture is due to

a. Over-finish and polish

b. More stress areas

c.Increased frictions areas

d. Inadequate occlusal preparation

5.You fit new completed denture and the patient complains of cheek bite, what will you do?

a. Grinding buccal of lower teeth

b. Grinding buccal of upper teeth

c. Grinding lingual of lower teeth

d. Grinding lingual of upper teeth

6.When will the BULL rule be utilized with the selective grinding

a. Working side

b. Balance side

c. Protrusive movement

d. All of the above

7.If removal of torus must be performed to a patient with full-mouth dentition, where should the incision be made?

a. Right on the top of the torus

b. At the base of the torus

c. Midline of the torus

d. From the gingival sulcus of the adjacent teeth

8.What is the purpose of leveling the curve of spee?

a. Correct open bite

b. Correct deep bite

c. Correct angulation of the teeth

d. Change arch diameter

9.Which of the following materials is very hard to remove from patient's mouth

a. Alginate

b. Polyether

c. Polysulfide

d. Silicone

10. What are the recommended numbers of implants for complete edentulous patients

a. Maxilla 1 mandibular 1

b. Maxilla 3 mandibular 2

c. Maxilla 6 mandibular 4

d. Maxilla 8 mandibular 6

11. The posterior palatal seal of maxillary complete area can be detected by the following except:

a. Hamular notch

b. Fovea palatine

c. Anterior vibrating line

d. Posterior vibrating line

12. Patient presented to you with immediate denture done 5 - 10 months ago complaining of pain in the labial area of the mandible what is the diagnosis

a. Epulis fissuratum

b. Hypertropic labial frenum

c. Hypertrophic lingual frenum

d. Hyperactive lingual frenum

13. We can use to score palatal posterior seal on a


a. Le jao carver.

b. Kingsley scraper.

c. Lecron carver

d. Ward’s carver

14. Patient presented with flabby tissue on ridge and what would be the recommended management for the patient ?

a. Impression will compensate the tissue

b. Tissue provides stability

c. Improvement procedure for bone density

d. Surgical removal of tissue

15. Designing of occlusal rests before guiding planes

a. Cause improper size of occlusal seat

b. Improper size of guiding planes

c. Use of occlusal plane

d. Consider terminal planes

16. Patient with upper complete denture for many years came with denture not firmly attached to palate. And found multiple soft lesions on palate:

a. Epulis fissuratum

b. Hypertrophic frenum

c. Denture stomatitis

d. Palate chelitis

17. Class 3 Kennedy classification definition would be:

18. Edentulous patient class II Kennedy classification 2nd premolar used as abutment when we serving we found mesial undercut what is the proper clasp used:

a. Wrought wire with round cross section.

b. Wrought wire with half round cross section.

c. Cast clasp with round cross section.

d. Cast clasp with half cross section.

19. Clinical remounting is :-

a. Usually require face bow record

b. Usually require split cast

c. Usually require centric relation record

d. Indicating in gross occlusion error

20. Case about patient with porcelain teeth in upper denture and now needs lower denture, what type of teeth we use?

I chose porcelain (there were other options like porcelain+gold or


1,072 views0 comments


bottom of page