Classification of Malocclusion

# In Angle's classification for malocclusion, the key tooth is:
A. Mesiobuccal cusp of permanent maxillary forst molar
B. Distobuccal cusp of permanent maxillary first molar
C. Mesiobuccal cusp of permanent maxillary second molar
D. Mesiobuccal cusp of permanent mandibular first molar

# Andrew's 5th Key of occlusion is:
A. Curve of Spee
B. Rotation absent
C. Tight contact
D. Bolton's ratio

# Zygoma or Key ridge corresponds to:
A. Mesiobuccal root of upper first molar
B. Mesiobuccal root of upper second molar
C. Distobuccal cusp of upper first molar
D. Distobuccal cusp of second molar


# Angles line of occlusion are seen in which plane?
A. Sagittal
B. Vertical
C. Transverse
D. Transverse and vertical

# When Angle's classification system is used then displacement occurs in which direction?
A. Vertical
B. Transverse
C. Sagittal
D. Sagittal and transverse

# The following features are noted in a patient. The mesiobuccal cusp of right upper first molar is aligning in the mesiobuccal groove of right lower first molar. The distobuccal cusp of left upper first molar is aligning in the mesiobuccal groove of left lower first molar. The upper incisors are retroclined. You would like to classify it as:
A. Angle's class I div I subdivision
B. Angle's class II div I subdivision
C. Angle's class II div II subdivision
D. Angle's class III div I subdivision

# A patient is having edge to edge or end on relation of first molar in permanent dentition with retroclination of incisors. The malocclusion according to Angle's classification is:
A. Class I
B. Class II Div I
C. Class II Div II
D. Class III

# Anterior crossbites according to Dewey are classified in Angle's class I as:
A. Type I
B. Type II
C. Type III
D. Type IV

# Who has classified malocclusion based on etiology?
A. Angle
B. Lischer
C. Benett
D. Dewey

# Classification for skeletal malocclusion was given by:
A. Kartz
B. Salzman
C. Angle
D. Kingsley

# Transposition of teeth refers to:
A. Buccorotation of 120 degrees
B. Hypodontia
C. Teeth erupted in unusual position
D. Inverted supernumerary teeth

# Transposition of teeth is most commonly seen in the region of:
A. Maxillary central and lateral incisors
B. Mandibular canine and first premolar
C. Maxillary lateral incisor, canine and premolar
D. Mandibular first and second premolars

# The term torsiversion refers to the:
A. Impaction of the maxillary canines
B. Interchange of position of teeth
C. Rotation of teeth in their long axis
D. None of the above

# Postnormal occlusion is:
A. Class I with anterior crowding
B. Class II malocclusion
C. Class III malocclusion
D. Bimaxillary protrusion

# If the tooth has not erupted to the line of occlusion, it is called:
A. Supraversion
B. Torsiversion
C. Rotated
D. Infraversion

# The skeletal classification of malocclusion is given by:
A. Calvin Case
B. Martin Dewey
C. Paul Simon
D. Edward H. Angle

# If maxillary canines are placed forward to orbital plane, they are said to be in:
A. Protraction
B. Retraction
C. Abstraction
D. Contraction

# Which of the following system of classification gives a complete picture of malocclusion in a patient?
A. Simon
B. Ackerman
C. Dewey
D. Angle

# In Ackerman-Profitt classification, outer envelope represents:
A. Alignment
B. Profile
C. Transverse relation
D. Vertical relation

# In classifying molar relation in patient with premature loss of molar, additional relation to be noted is:
A. Incisor relation
B. Canine relation
C. Midline relation
D. Premolar relation

# Canine class I relation is:
A. Distal inclines of lower cuspid contact with mesial inclines of upper cuspid
B. Distal inclines of lower cuspid in line with distal inclines of upper cuspid
C. Mesial inclines of lower cuspid in contact with distal inclines of upper cuspid
D. Mesial inclines of lower cuspid in line with mesial inclines of upper cuspid

# Katz classification is based on:
A. Incisor
B. Canine
C. Premolar
D. Molar

# A bimax protrusion is:
A. Splitting and protrusion of maxilla into two halves
B. Forward placed upper and lower dental arches on normal skeletal bases
C. Forward placed upper dental arch and skeletal base
D. Forward placed lower dental arch and skeletal base

# The term surtrusion refers to the:
A. Backward movement of the condyle
B. Downward movement of the centric position
C. Lateral movement away from the midline
D. Upward movement of the working condyle as it moves away

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