Test Bank For Modern Dental Assisting 10th Edition By Doni L. Bird

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Test Bank For Modern Dental Assisting 10th Edition By Doni L. Bird

ISBN-10: 1437717292, ISBN-13: 978-1437717297

Chapter 01: History of Dentistry

 Test Bank

 MULTIPLE CHOICE

 

  1. The first woman to graduate from a recognized dental college was:
a. Jennie D. Spurrier. c. Irene Newman.
b. Malvina Cueria. d. Lucy B. Hobbs-Taylor.

ANS:  D

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A Jennie D. Spurrier was the first female dentist in Illinois.
B Malvina Cueria was the first female dental assistant.
C Irene Newman was the first dental hygienist.
D Lucy B. Hobbs-Taylor was the first woman to graduate from a recognized college of dentistry.

PTS:   1                    DIF:    Medium         REF:   pp. 7-8           TOP:   Women in Dental History

 

  1. Who is known as the “Father of Medicine?”
a. Hippocrates c. G.V. Black
b. Leonardo da Vinci d. Pierre Fauchard

ANS:  A

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A Hippocrates is known as the “Father of Medicine.”
B Leonardo da Vinci was the first to describe the difference between premolars and molars.
C G.V. Black is known as the “Grand Old Man of Dentistry.”
D Pierre Fauchard is considered to be the “Founder of Modern Dentistry.”

PTS:   1                    DIF:    Easy               REF:   p. 3                TOP:   The Greeks

 

  1. The Hippocratic Oath is the basis for:
a. modern-day medical and dental law.
b. the obligation to treat patients to the best of one’s ability.
c. the code of ethics for the medical and dental professions.
d. both b and c.

ANS:  D

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A Modern-day medical and dental law is not based on a specific code of ethics.
B The Hippocratic Oath is the basis for the obligation to treat patients to the best of one’s ability, but this is not the only correct choice presented.
C The Hippocratic Oath is the basis for the code of ethics for the medical and dental professions, but this is not the only correct choice presented.
D The Hippocratic Oath is the basis for the code of ethics for the medical and dental professions and is based on the solemn obligation to “do no harm” to the patient.

PTS:   1                    DIF:    Medium         REF:   pp. 3-4           TOP:   The Greeks

 

  1. Who originated the title of “surgeon dentist” and dispelled the theory that tooth decay was caused by tooth worms?
a. Pierre Fauchard c. John Baker
b. Claudius Galen d. Leonardo da Vinci

ANS:  A

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A Pierre Fauchard developed dentistry as an independent profession and originated the title of “surgeon dentist.” He also dispelled the theory that tooth decay was caused by tooth worms.
B Claudius Galen was the first to write about nerves in the teeth.
C John Baker was a physician and dentist who practiced in colonial America.
D Leonardo da Vinci sketched every internal and external structure of the body.

PTS:   1                    DIF:    Medium         REF:   p. 5                TOP:   The Renaissance

 

  1. Which early American dentist is credited with beginning the science of forensic dentistry?
a. Robert Woofendale c. Paul Revere
b. John Baker d. G.V. Black

ANS:  C

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A Robert Woofendale was one of the first dentists to travel throughout the American colonies.
B John Baker was one of the dentists who treated George Washington.
C Paul Revere is credited with beginning the science of forensic dentistry, by performing the first identification of a corpse based on dental history.
D G.V. Black developed the principle of “extension for prevention” and standardized rules for cavity preparation and filling.

PTS:   1                    DIF:    Medium         REF:   p. 6                TOP:   Early America

 

  1. The “Grand Old Man of Dentistry” was:
a. Horace Hayden. c. Horace Wells.
b. Frederick McKay. d. G.V. Black.

ANS:  D

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A Horace Hayden, along with Chapin Harris, established the first dental school in the world in Baltimore, Maryland.
B b. Frederick McKay discovered that fluoride is connected with the prevention of dental caries.
C Horace Wells discovered inhalation anesthesia in 1844.
D Dr. Green Vardiman Black earned the title of the “Grand Old Man of Dentistry” through his unmatched contributions to the dental profession.

PTS:   1                    DIF:    Medium         REF:   p. 6

TOP:   Educational and Professional Development in the United States

 

  1. The physicist who discovered x-rays in 1895 was:
a. Paul Revere. c. G.V. Black.
b. Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen. d. Pierre Fauchard.

ANS:  B

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A Paul Revere is credited with beginning the science of forensic dentistry.
B The scientist who discovered x-rays in 1895 was a Bavarian physicist named Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen.
C G.V. Black standardized dental materials and dental instruments and authored more than 500 dental articles.
D  Pierre Fauchard is considered the “Father of Modern Dentistry.”

PTS:   1                    DIF:    Medium         REF:   p. 7

TOP:   Educational and Professional Development in the United States

 

  1. What important medical discovery did Horace Wells make in 1844?
a. Inhalation anesthesia c. Amalgam
b. X-rays d. Novocain

ANS:  A

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A Horace Wells is credited with the discovery and first use of nitrous oxide in 1844.
B X-rays were discovered by Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen.
C Amalgam was first used by the Chinese, then in the West by M. Taveau in 1826.
D Novocain was not discovered by Horace Wells.

PTS:   1                    DIF:    Medium         REF:   p. 7

TOP:   Educational and Professional Development in the United States

 

  1. In some dental schools today, women represent almost _____% of dental students.
a. 20 c. 50
b. 15 d. 70

ANS:  C

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A The percentage of female students in today’s dental schools is not 20.
B The percentage of female students in today’s dental schools is not 15.
C Today, women represent almost 50% of the dental students in some dental schools.
D The percentage of female students in today’s dental schools is not 70.

PTS:   1                    DIF:    Medium         REF:   p. 7                TOP:   Women in Dental History

 

  1. Who was the first dentist to employ a dental assistant?
a. Ida Gray-Rollins c. G.V. Black
b. C. Edmund Kells d. Robert Woofendale

ANS:  B

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A Ida Gray-Rollins was the first female African-American dentist.
B The first dentist to employ a dental assistant was C. Edmund Kells, in 1885.
C G.V. Black was the “Grand Old Man of Dentistry.”
D Robert Woofendale was one of the first dentists to travel throughout the American colonies.

PTS:   1                    DIF:    Medium         REF:   p. 9                TOP:   History of Dental Assisting

 

  1. The Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association is responsible for:
a. writing dental curricula.
b. licensing dentists.
c. certifying dental school educators.
d. evaluating and accrediting dental education programs.

ANS:  D

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A Writing dental curricula is not a responsibility of the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the ADA.
B Licensing dentists is not a responsibility of the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the ADA.
C Certification of dental school educators is not a responsibility of the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the ADA.
D The Commission on Dental Accreditation of the ADA is responsible for evaluating and accrediting dental education programs in the United States.

PTS:   1                    DIF:    Difficult         REF:   p. 10              TOP:   Dental Accreditation

 

  1. The Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry is located in.
a. Baltimore. c. Washington, D.C.
b. New York City. d. Philadelphia.

ANS:  A

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A The Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry, the largest and most comprehensive museum of dentistry in the world, is located on the grounds of the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in Baltimore, Maryland.
B The Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry is not located in New York City.
C The Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry is not located in Washington, D.C.
D The Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry is not located in Philadelphia.

PTS:   1                    DIF:    Easy               REF:   pp. 10-11

TOP:   National Museum of Dentistry

 

  1. Before formal training in dental colleges, the profession of dentistry was learned through preceptorship.
a. True b. False

ANS:  A

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A Early training in the United States was done under the direction of skilled professionals through office preceptorships.
B Early training in the United States was done under the direction of skilled professionals through office preceptorships.

PTS:   1                    DIF:    Easy               REF:   p. 6

TOP:   Educational and Professional Development in the United States

 

  1. The first dental school was established by:
a. Horace Hayden and Chapin Harris. c. Robert Tanner Freeman.
b. Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen. d. Hazel Torres and Ann Ehrlich.

ANS:  A

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A Hayden and Harris established the first dental college in the world, the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, which is now the University of Maryland, School of Dentistry.
B Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen discovered x-rays in 1895.
C African Americans were not accepted at dental schools until 1867, when Harvard University initiated its first dental class and accepted Robert Tanner Freeman as its first black student.
D Hazel O. Torres and Ann Ehrlich set the standard for dental assisting textbooks in 1976 when they co-authored Modern Dental Assisting.

PTS:   1                    DIF:    Medium         REF:   p. 6

TOP:   Educational and Professional Development in the United States

 

  1. X-rays were discovered by:
a. Horace Hayden and Chapin Harris. c. Robert Tanner Freeman.
b. Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen. d. Hazel Torres and Ann Ehrlich.

ANS:  B

  Feedback
A Hayden and Harris established the first dental college, the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, which is now the University of Maryland School of Dentistry.
B Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen discovered x-rays in 1895.
C African Americans were not accepted at dental schools until 1867, when Harvard University initiated its first dental class and accepted Robert Tanner Freeman as its first black student.
D Hazel O. Torres and Ann Ehrlich set the standard for dental assisting textbooks in 1976 when they co-authored Modern Dental Assisting.

PTS:   1                    DIF:    Medium         REF:   p. 7

TOP:    Educational and Professional Development in the United States

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