Orthodontics - COMS, Teaching Hospital, Bharatpur IV year BDS Send Up Exam 2019


          Dec-Jan 2019-2020

Level: IV BDS                                                                                                                            Exam: Send up
Subject: Orthodontics                                                                                                             Time: 2 hr. 30 mins.
Date: 6/11/2019                                                                                                                          Full marks: 50


  • Write brief, relevant and legible answers
  • Illustrate your answer with well labeled diagrams wherever required. 
  • All questions are compulsory. 

SECTION 'B' [25Marks]
1. Enumerate therapeutic methods of gaining space. Discuss in detail about the expansion in
orthodontics. [2+4=6]

2. Explain in detail about the biology associated with orthodontic tooth movement. Add short notes
of iatrogenic effects of inappropriate forces.  [2+3=5]

3. Classification of habits. Describe the etiology, clinical features, and management of tongue
thrusting habits.   [2+3=5]

4. Write short notes on: [3*3=9]
a. Down's skeletal parameters
b. Kesling tooth positioner
c. Methods of studying growth

SECTION "C" [25 Marks]

5. 20-year male reported to the department with chief complaint of forwardly placed upper front teeth. Intra oral examination shows bilateral class II molar relation with overjet of 6mm. Cephalometric examination shows SNA angle 84 degrees and SNB 80 degrees.
[2+2+2 =6]
a. What is your diagnosis What are the investigations you advice?
b. How would you treat this case?
c. If the patient is growing than how do you manage this condition.

6. Enumerate the etiology of cleft lip and palate. Orthodontic management of cleft lip and palate [2+3=5]

7. What is myofunctional therapy Describe the mode of action of twin block appliance and how does it differ from a functional regulator. [2+3=5]

8. Write short notes on: [3*3=9]
a. School of retention
b. Management of open bite
c. Corticotomy

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