Offers essential MCQ exam practice for busy dental undergraduates and postgraduates. Covering a range of topics, this title provides practice to build confidence for exam success. It features 350 questions and answers.
With over 240 questions, MCQs in Dentistry is one of the best resources to help you prepare for your upcoming dental examinations. Covering a range of subject areas in dentistry, this book provides a quick and easy way to revise. "A very useful resource for finals and the MJDF/MFDS Part 1 exams. Well presented with helpful explanations along with the answers. Great effort Prateek!" - Dr Reena Wadia, Periodontist & Clinical TutorThis book is organised by various dental topics and contains crucial dental content. MCQs in Dentistry is a key tool for preparing for examinations including dental finals and MJDF/MFDS. Each question has an associated answer and explanation, leading to a more thorough revision tool.
Salient Features of the Book Rapid revision tool for the study of dental materials for both-the undergraduate students and the students preparing for the entrance exams Page wise reference to the Phillips' Science of Dental Materials, 11th edition, for the sources of the questions Relevant explanations wherever needed
"Dentistry has constantly evolved over the years to keep abreast of the latest trends, techniques, and diagnostic procedures. Dental Schools have undergone a number of changes in an effort to arrive upon the ideal format for testing clinical knowledge in examinations. Multiple-choice questions (MCQs) have been the most common modality by which dental students were examined. Although MCQs enable the testing of a broad range of topics, as well as being cost effective, they have largely been abandoned in favour of scenario-based questions (SBQs). Traditional MCQs often abstract and measure only whether people recall facts in their short-term memory. Converting these questions to scenario-based questions can increase the level of difficulty, measure higher level thought and providing relevant context. The authors of Scenario Based MCQ in Dentistry have endeavoured to keep these facts in mind and provide a significant number of high-quality SBQs that comprehensively examine the dental curriculum. Most of the questions are scenario based. Each question not only provides an opportunity to apply clinical knowledge and correctly identify the single best answer to a question, but also to learn why the other answers are wrong, greatly increasing the clinical acumen and learning opportunity of the reader. Selection tests and competitive exams are hurdles that a candidate seeks to clear with ease. It all depends on meticulous preparation and the quality of resource materials available to the student. Considering the quantity of subject matter that needs to be covered, it becomes a herculean task unless the candidate chooses the right training tool. Reference texts are often too advanced and undergraduate texts are insufficiently updated or lacking in depth and detail. In this context, a lack of good revision aids can be frustrating. This book has been compiled with the selection tests in mind as a tool for rapid revision and analytical learning. It is useful for doctors, dental students, graduates, dental nurses, technicians, as well as specialists seeking professional excellence, or for those studying for the various licensing exams conducted by SCFHS, Saudi Board, HAAD, OMSB, SCHQ, DHCC, DHA, and MOH. This book aims to provide dental students with a useful source for exam preparation, as well as for supplementing the readers' knowledge so that they feel fully prepared for the various postgraduate entrance examinations"--
The MCQs in Implant Dentistry is a comprehensive review book that covers all aspects of implant dentistry. It uses questions based on real clinical scenarios with extensive answers based on textbooks and modern literature. The reader will gain a broad understanding of the scientific bases of dental implants, designs and engineering principles, macro and micro features of dental implants, treatment planning, identification of high risk occlusal forces, managing cantilevers, applied anatomy, biological aspects of dental implants and bone healing, prosthetic components, impression techniques and materials, bone augmentation techniques, different types of bone grafts, autogenous bone graft techniques, calcium metabolism, suture materials, local anaesthetic drugs, nerve injury, medication related osteonecrosis of the jaw, peri-implantitis and implant protected occlusion. The target audience should be dentists with or without prior experience in dental implants, oral and maxillofacial surgeons and even dental nurses. The book will be of particular interest to candidates sitting exams. About the author: Akeel Mosea Jordanian Board(OMFS), FFDRCSI(OSOM), Dip. Imp. Dent RCS(Eng), MFDRCSI, BDS. Specialist in Oral Surgery. Specialty doctor in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. The Princess Alexandra Hospital, Hamstel Road. United kingdom. Part time oral surgeon and implantologist at Keats House Dental Surgery. The Fairway, Harlow. United Kingdom.
Subject-based chapters feature more than 300 MCQs and provide detailed coverage of topics which commonly feature in undergraduate exams. Answers and detailed explanations help to consolidate understanding.