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1) Symposium is:

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2) Which one of the following is an objective of health education?

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3) Matching is done to:

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4) Analysis is similar to:

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5) The science of organisms, as effected be environmental factors is termed?

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6) The concept that “ all sectors of society have an effect on health , is particular , agriculture , animal husbandry , food , industry , education , housing , public works , communication is:

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7) Promoting healthy life – style in children is:

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8) The day-to-day follow-up of activities during the implementation of health programme is known as:

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9) Measured of central tendencies are:

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10) A newborn child is called neonate up to age of:

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11) The concept of disease in which the ancient man believed is known as:

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12) Seasonal trend is characteristic of:

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13) Chose the most effective mechanical device for cleaning interdental surface of teeth:

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14) Primary prevention includes:

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15) Which of the following is most effective mean of health education?

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16) The proportion of a population that demonstrates a particular characteristic is termed?

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17) What the minimum level is of nicked in saliva at which it can give rise to allergic reactions in humans?

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18) The person who is permitted to diagnose, to plan and to carry out certain specified preventive and treatment measure without the supervising dentist is:

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19) 0.2% sodium fluoride mouth rinses are recommended for use:?

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20) The decision to suggest preventive periodontal therapy to the patients should be primary based on?

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21) Which of the following is a host pactor?:

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22) Which of the following primary preventive services would be provided in the community rather than by dental professional?

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23) The first step in Health planning is:

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24) Oral cancer can be prevented by:

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25) The term social dentistry means:

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26) Object of dental health education include:

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27) Culture is:

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28) Germ theory of disease was advanced by:

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29) Which of the following factors is/are necessary for dental caries:

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30) The prevention that is done at the late pathogenesis stage of a disease is call as:

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31) Social Sciences include :

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32) In a double blind study?

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33) The major component of dental plaque is:

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34) The first step in providing dietary counseling for a patient is to:?

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35) Measures for the quantification of dental epidemiological data are collectively known as:?

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36) Which of the following sampling technique is most important for dentistry:

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37) Principle of dental health education include:

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38) You have a 9-year-old patient with a mixed dentition, Which index would you use to calculate decay?

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39) Which of the following is most likely to lead to learning::

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40) Dental insurance is a:

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41) A series of meetings designed to convey specific instruction and information in particular areas of work is known as:

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42) Trends of change in data with respect to time can be best illustrated with a:?

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43) The recommended level of fluoride in drinking water for temporal climate zones is?

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44) Survey is basically the same as:

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45) The optimum amount of fluoride in drinking water that does not produce mottling of enamel yet causing reduction in dental caries is:

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46) “Epidemic Disease Act” is an example of:

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47) Community is the popular living in a small geographical area with common:

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48) Name of indicator which reveals the burden of ill health of the Community:

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49) The topical fluoride system preferred for treatment in adults is:?

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50) Father of Biostatistics is:

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51) Which of the following statements is true?

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52) Intervention of a disease at a stage before the disease occurs is:

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53) Who is called all “father of public health”?

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54) Intervention is the disease process at a stage before the lesion occurs is:

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55) Which one of the following is NOT a principle of health education?

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56) The epidemiological trial is:

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57) Consistent methods of evaluating a patient’s oral hygiene are considered desirable because:?

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58) The component of plaque most responsible for its adhesiveness is:?

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59) Which of the following preventive measures should be recommended for an 18 years old who has no caries of restorations?

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60) Single host factor which is very much related to disease is:

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61) The “appropriateness” of the health services is known as:

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62) Culture means a system of customs, ideas, values and skills which is transmitted socially from:

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63) In statistical terms universe is a synonym for:?

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64) The objectives of health education are :

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65) There is a basic desire to learn in each and every individual awakening of this desire is known as:

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66) The objectives of epidemiology are:

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67) The most effective mean of education is:

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68) Who is called as “ Father of Public Health ”?:

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69) Vitamin act as:

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70) “ Programme Operation ” in Community health care is same as:

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71) Which of the following is least important to a successful patient’s education program?

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72) Pocket depths are measured when using?

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73) Early diagnosis and prompt treatment is a part of:?

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74) Which index would you we for a group of elderly patients in nursing home?:

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75) The first step in Dental Public Health is:

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76) The component of dental plaque most responsible for its adhesiveness is:

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77) The most cost – effective method for prevention of dental caries is:

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78) How much time does bacterial plaque take to produce acids, following the consumption of sugar?

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79) If you were doing a plaque index with debris for a group of preschool children, which one would you use?

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80) A statistical test which indicates the probability of an observed difference between two means occurring by chance, is a test of:?

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81) Defluoridation of water can be done by:

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82) The concept which considers that health is being influenced by “social , psychological , cultural , economic and political factors” is known as:

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83) The first step in evaluation is:

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84) In rural community the type of relationship:

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85) “Programme Operation” in community health care is same as:

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86) In Autocratic system:

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87) The purpose of evaluation is:

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88) The brushing method which provides good interproximal and gingival stimulation, and requires moderate dexterity, is the:

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89) Fluoride ions absorbed by the body are eliminated by:?

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90) Spread of dispersion is expressed by:

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91) Dental health education is concerned with:

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92) Which of the following primary prevention services would be provide in the community, rather than by dental professional?:

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93) The most cost-effective method for prevention of dental caries is:

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94) Average DMFT not more than 3 is the WHO oral health goal for the age:

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95) Hypothesis is:

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96) The person who assist the dentist in clinical work but does not carry out independent procedure in oral cavity is:

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97) Dental plaque is not necessary for the initiation of:?

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98) Standard deviation is also known as:

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99) The term “Hygiene” is derived from:

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100) Factor not influencing food habits is:

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101) Acidogenic bacteria survive and produce acid best in dental plaque which is rich in:?

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102) Which of the following is defined as, the number of observations which fall at one point within a given range, on a measurement scale?

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103) The concept that views health as an “absence of disease” is known as:

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104) The basic of unit of society is:

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105) Culture is a system of customs , ideas , values and skills which are transmitted socially from:

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106) Principles of Administration includes:

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107) An environmental factor which does not have much role in root caries is ?

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108) What is primary cause of periodontal disease?:

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109) Primary prevention includes:?

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110) Name the indicator which reveals the burden of ill health of the community:

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111) Awakening the fundamental desire to learn is called:

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112) One of the main approaches to public dental health program is:

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113) community is the population living in a small geographical area with common:

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114) The concentration of sodium fluoride used for topical application is?

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115) Examining a patent in dental office is equivalent to Community dental Health:

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116) Which of the following index can be used to asses the treatment need:

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117) Object of dental health education include:

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118) What is primary cause of periodontal disease?

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119) The major role of the teacher in dental health education is to:

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120) Society is:

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121) Which of the following index can be used to assess the treatment need:

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122) Which of the following index can be used to assess the treatment need?

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123) Which of the following factors is/are necessary for dental caries:

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124) The “ Unusual ” occurrence of disease in a community clearly in excess of “ expected occurrence is known as:

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125) The OHI-S index of Greene and Vermillion evaluates oral hygiene by assessing?

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126) Topically applied acidulated phosphate fluoride is used in the concentration of:?

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127) An examination procedure in which an examiner feels or presses the portions of the body with his fingers is termed?

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128) Testing for infection or disease in populations or in individuals who are not seeking health care is:

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129) The most acceptable mouth protectors are:?

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130) A decision about a course of action is:

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131) Gingivitis is initiated most commonly by:

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132) Group discussions are:

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133) School dental health programs should include provisions for:

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134) The date obtain directly from the individual s called as:

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135) The headquarters of WHO is at:

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136) Total area of a normal curve is:

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137) Which of the following is most effective mean of health education:

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138) A trial which determines the feasibility and practicality of a study is called a:

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139) Which of the sugar is least cariogenic:

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140) Symposium is:

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141) Dental health education is considered successful if the patient?

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142) Mineralization of dental plaque normally proceeds from the:?

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143) Children of upper socioeconomic status have more:

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144) The Purpose of planning is:

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145) A loosely adherent yellowish-white mass of cellular debris and microorganisms on the teeth is termed?

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146) The primary objective of diet counseling for the prevention and control of caries is to:?

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147) When individuals are selected in a sample according to certain subgroups to diminish the chances of sample fluctuation, the sample is termed as:?

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148) Mass media includes the following:

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149) The occurrence of a disease in an irregular, haphazard and infrequent manner is known as:

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150) Planning includes:

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151) Screening for dental caries among school children is:

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152) From a functional standpoint, the most important ingredient of dentifrices is:?

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153) Which of the following sugars is least cariogenic?

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154) The epidemiological triad of disease is:

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155) In autocratic system:

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156) All of the following are signs of dental caries except?

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157) Relationship between prevalence, incidence and duration of illness is:

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158) Examining a patient in dental office is equivalent to community dental health:

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159) Which of the following is most effective mean of health education:

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160) A sample in which every element in the population has an equal and independent chance of being selected is termed:?

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161) Which of the following methods of toothbrushing is never recommended?

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162) Society is a group of:

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163) A patient’s interest in plaque control measures can be best assessment by:?

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164) Pit and fissure caries can be best prevented by:?

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165) Community is a:

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166) In team dentistry:

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167) Which of the following factors is common for dental caries and periodontal disease?

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168) Who is often called the “ Father of Medicine ”?:

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169) The stage in “adoption of new ideas and practices” where a person weighs the pros and cons the practices before adopting them is:

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170) The most effective approach to promote public health is:

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171) The most simple and effective method of educating a child to the problem of caries control is:?

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172) The Chinese proverb “If I hear, I forget; if I see, I remember; if I do, I know” can be related with:

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173) “Germ theory of disease” was advanced by:

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174) Health is:

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175) “Dark ages of Medicine” is:

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176) The sequence of activities designed to implement policies and accomplish objectives is called as:

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177) Dental health education is concerned with:

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178) Group takes the decision in:

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179) Vitamin A deficiency during tooth development may result in detective formation of ?

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180) Tooth surface should be treated with topical fluorides for a least?

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181) The fourth dimension of Health according to WHO is?:

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182) Which of following is most effective method of preventing dental caries in general population:

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183) Examination of a 7 year old child revealed 6 milk teeth with activity carious lesions, 4 missing 3rd molars, 1 primary and 1 permanent tooth missing and 1 filled permanent tooth.?

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184) Which of the following factors of carbohydrate intake is least important for the development of caries?

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185) Tooth brushing appears to be the most effective in prevention of:

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186) Which among the following is NOT a type of communication method?:

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187) Which of the following statements is not correct regarding the DMF-DMFS index of tabulating oral health?

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188) Pulpotomy and root canal therapy from a part of:

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189) Who is called all “Father of public Health”?:

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190) Disability limitation for a patients may include:?

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191) Intervention in the disease process at a stage before the lesion occurs is:

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192) The recommended level of fluoride in drinking water for temperate climate zone is:

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193) Tooth brushing appears to be the most effective in prevention of:

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194) Tools of dental public health are:

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195) Which index is measured with bleeding on probing?

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196) Most of the clinical studies conducted to test the effectiveness of caries inhibiting preparations are based on the:?

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197) Which of the following is not a part of behavioral science?:

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198) Dental health education does not include:

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199) Which among the following is often called the “cradle of civilization”?:

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