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Periodontal disease quiz
Periodontal disease quiz
Periodontal disease quiz
Periodontal disease quiz
Periodontal disease quiz
Periodontal disease quiz
Periodontal disease quiz
Periodontal disease quiz
Periodontal disease quiz
Periodontal disease quiz
Periodontal disease quiz
Periodontal disease quiz
Periodontal disease quiz
Periodontal disease quiz
Periodontal disease quiz
Periodontal disease quiz
Periodontal disease quiz
Periodontal disease quiz
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Periodontal disease quiz

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  • 1. Periodontal Disease Quiz Parker DeMille
  • 2. Question 1Why does the dental hygienist poke your gumsand list numbers?A) To remove plaque from gum pocketsB) To test the shade or color of gumsC) To measure pocket depths
  • 3. Question 1 - Answer ASorry, that is incorrect.Click here to return and try again.
  • 4. Question 1 - Answer BSorry, that is incorrect.Click here to return and try again.
  • 5. Question 1 - Answer CThat is correct!The hygienist uses a probing instrument tomeasure pocket depths to check for gumdisease.Click here to move on to question 2
  • 6. Question 2What is a healthy pocket depth for gums?A) 5 mmB) 1 mmC) 4 mm
  • 7. Question 2 - Answer ASorry, that is incorrect.Click here to return and try again.
  • 8. Question 2 - Answer BCorrect!Healthy pocket depths are anywhere from 0 to3 mm.Click here to move on to Question 3
  • 9. Question 2 - Answer CSorry, that is incorrect.Click here to return and try again.
  • 10. Question 3What do pocket depths of 4 mm and upindicate?A) Gum diseaseB) Bad breathC) Healthy gums
  • 11. Question 3 - Answer AThat is correct!Pocket depths of 4 mm. and up can indicategingivitis or periodontal disease.Click here to move on to question 4
  • 12. Question 3 - Answer BSorry, that is incorrect.Click here to return and try again.
  • 13. Question 3 - Answer CSorry, that is incorrect.Click here to return and try again.
  • 14. Question 4What is Periodontal Disease?A) Another name for an abscessed toothB) Demineralization of the toothC) Bone loss around teeth
  • 15. Question 4 - Answer ASorry, that is incorrect.Click here to return and try again.
  • 16. Question 4 - Answer BSorry, that is incorrect.Demineralization of the tooth is considered tobe dental caries.Click here to return and try again.
  • 17. Question 4 - Answer CThat is correct!Periodontal Disease occurs the tissue or bonesurrounding the tooth is destroyed.Click here to finish the quiz!
  • 18. Congratulations, youve finished the quiz!

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