DENTAL Interview Questions and Answers pdf :-
1. Why you have chosen the field of a Dentist?
Well Sir, I chose the area of Dentist because of my interest in this field. I always want some new discovery in this field to make the world free from the mouth disease. I believe smile is the key for success and for this you should have good and proper teeth.
2. What do you mean by Dental Bridges?
Dental bridges are the techniques which are used to replace missing teeth in a patient’s mouth. A dental bridge usually consists of two crowns with a false tooth “bridged” between. The dentist places the crowns on the teeth adjacent to the gap for strength and stability. Other options for replacing missing teeth include partial dentures and dental implants.
3. What do you mean by Dental Erosion?
Dental Erosion is the wearing down of the teeth in the form of fissures or queries and other mouth problems.
4. What is the treatment for tongue cancer?
Treatment of the tongue cancer will depend on the size of the cancer and its occupying area of spread i.e. from the lymph nodes in the neck. The best treatment of tongue cancers is surgery. Small cancers of the oral tongue can be quickly and successfully treated by surgical removal leaving behind little cosmetic or functional change. For the larger cancers that have spread to the lymph nodes in the neck combination of surgery and radiotherapy is needed.
5. What do you mean by Dental Caps or Crowns?
It is a process applied when a tooth is extremely damaged. In this a dental cap or crown may be used to restore its appearance and strength. Crowns use to cover the entire tooth and seal chipped or broken areas.
6. What do you mean by Dental Implants?
Dental implant is a technique which is used to replace missing teeth. A dental implant is a false tooth that is permanently fitted and secured to the jaw. In this process, a small titanium rod will be fixed into the jawbone and once the jawbone has adhered to the structure, a false tooth will be attached to it as its replica.
DENTAL Questions and Answers :-
7. What would you do, in case you could do anything different in your schooling?
Best answer: I wish I would have started school before. I feel as though I’m a small bit behind in my own life plans as a result of returning to school after. But this also provides me with an advantage in understanding what I really desire to do and having work experience which provides me with more drive to reach my aims.
Second best: If not a dental hygienist than something for sure relating to a medical subject.
8. Describe the people you work with best.
Best answer: Someone that’s high work ethics like I do, someone that’s prepared to collaborate and lend a helping hand if needed.
Second best: I am friendly and outgoing and operate well and get together with pretty much everyone. I could be a leader or a follower if necessary. I like working with folks that are easy going.
9. What do you really think about truly being a hygienist, you’ll dislike the most?
Best answer: May have a nerve problem in hands, arms, and back in the future because of repetitive hand work.
Second best: Honestly, unable to command the cost of cleanings or the ability to financially work with low-income patients.
10. A patient has AIDS, can you still treat them?
Best answer: yes..not everyone’s truthful about their medical health so you treat everyone the same ie that includes those with AIDS
Second best: If a patient has AIDS I will still treat them as a hygienist because that’s part of my job description. I’m in no position to discriminate against anyone due to their condition or history. I might make it my responsibility to execute the job cautiously and attentive.