National Board Dental Examination (NBDE) is the dental examination of the United States designed for students and professionals in the field of dentistry. We recently came across a repository (PDF file) which contains over 1200 NBDE Part 2 recall questions collected from various forums and Facebook groups. The author of this file calls them, “NBDE Part 2 Remembered/repeated questions (RQs)”.
Today, in this article, we are going to share with you NBDE Part 2 recall questions using a PDF file. We hope that our users belonging to this line of practice will find these recall questions useful in their preparation of NBDE Part 2 exam. 🙂
But before we jump to the NBDE Part 2 recall questions, check out the message from the author of this file:
Dear friends, these are remembered/repeated questions (RQs) and answers I COPIED
and PASTED from different discussions on Facebook. I feel sorry because I couldn’t
organize the file the way I wanted but I hope it helps. Probably you’ll find some wrong
answers in this file, but PLEASE … DO NOT CRITICIZE! Find out the right answer, learn it,
share it, PASS your test and BE HAPPY.
NBDE Part 2 Recall Questions
We are copy-pasting first 20 of the recall questions from this PDF file so that our readers can get an idea regarding these questions. So, here goes:
- All of the following are adverse effects of opioids except? diarrhea and somnolence
- Advantage of osteogenesis distraction is? less relapse, large movements
- An investigation that is not accurate but consistent is: reliability
- Remineralized enamel is rough and cavitation? Dark hard and opaque
- Characteristics of a child with autism – repetitive action, sensitive to light and noise
- S,z,che sounds : Teeth barely touching – True
- Something about bio-transformation, more polar and less lipid soluble? – True
- How much of he population has herpes? 80% – (65-90% worldwide; 80-85% USA) More
than 3.7 billion people under the age of 50 – or 67% of the population – are infected
with herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), according to WHO’s first global estimates of
HSV-1 infection published today in the journal PLOS ONE.
- Steps of plaque formation: pellicle, biofilm, materia alba, plaque
- Dose of hydrocortisone taken per year that will indicate have adrenal insufficiency
and need supplement dose for surgery – 20 mg 2 weeks for 2 years
- Rpd clasp breakage due to what? Work hardening
- Most impacted tooth? Third molar not in options – Maxillary canine
- Least common survival of lip cancer – white female
- Aspirin mode of action – inhibit irreversible platelet aggregation thromboxane a2
- Myasthenia gravis, what is contraindicated? erythromycin and aminoglycosides
- Treatment for ANUG – Debridement and mouth rinse with h2O2 and if systemic
involvement then antibiotics
- Which type of periodontitis needs antibiotics – LAP
- Antibiotic used for periodontitis – Tetra and Pen V, also metro
- Asthma physiology definition – Wheezing on expiration
- Ranitidine definition – Selective H2 (Histamine) receptor antagonist, these receptors
are present in Gastric mucosa lining. Thereby blocking the receptors and prevents
release of Gastric acid.
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Download NBDE Part 2 Recall Questions
Alright, now in this part of the article you will be able to access the file which contains 1200+ NBDE Part 2 recall questions PDF. We have uploaded this file to Google Drive so that you can access it easily.
We hope that you people find this document useful in your NBDE Part 2 preparations. 🙂
Please use the direct link mentioned below to download this PDF file:
Good luck! 🙂
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