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  1. sonibun

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    hi
    is any one preparing for ee exam in Brampton.plz reply bac
     
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    hi

    hey i m in toronto and preparing to give the exam on 13th may.
     
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  4. hi i am in Thornhill and also preparing to give the exam on may 13.
     
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    Hi guys!
    I'm planning to give the exam on may (french version). I'm from montreal.
    Let's share: what's your material study?
    I'm using decks (mostly part II), ndbe part II (released and unrealeased) and past EE exams: 2001-2002 and 2004.
    What about you?
     
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    hi
    i am using same material as urs but i dont have past eepapers from where can i get them from?
    plz reply bac
     
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    Hi!

    I am in Brampton, Ontario right now. But I'm still undecided about the EE. When are you taking the exam?

    Best of luck,
    MeiLi
     
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    We were talking about released exams... Still you've some exam samples in the acfd website: http://www.acfd.ca/en/exam/samples/

    Now, about the application form, I guess you should use the one given by the acfd http://www.acfd.ca/en/exam/application/.
    Please correct me if I'm wrong...
     
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    [hi hanan
    thanks for the guidance.i am in canada now.r u working somewhere??i have u on my hotmailmessenger.what time can u come online??
    with regards
     
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    Welcome to Canada .You brought a lot of snow from India with you ;) .
    Now plz,clean up everything fast,its very boring to see lot of snow on roads & always be at home!
    Anyways with lot of dreams & expectations from Canada,lets hope we get a secure future & our profession here. :thumbup:

    Enjoy your first winter & have fun! :)
     
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    hi
    that was a warm amd nice welcome.thanks alot.ur wishes are too precious for me
    withbest wishes
    sonibun
     
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    I am wondering to prepare ee exam. ;)
     
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    Hi,
    I'd like to know if there is anyone around Edmonton preparing for the may EE. And if there is anyone that is interested in discussing previous exams.
     
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    Hi guys:

    It seems all dental programs for international dentists in canada do not offer the DDS diploma after 2-3 years' study. They only issue certificate to the person who have finished the program. Am I correct? Thanks.
     
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    No, that is NOT true. There are 6 schools that offer the Qualifying Programs/International Program. 4 of the 6 schools offer the International program which will give students the degree cerfiticate either DDS or DMD (U. of British Columbia, U. of Manitoba, U of Alberta, Dalhousie University), and the other 2 offer the Qualifying Program which will only give students a qualifiying certificate (University of Toronto, and the University of Western Ontario). Hope that helps.
     
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    hi where do u reside in canada .how is ur prep going on ???what about mcgil university??
    plz reply bac
    give ur phone in pm
     
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    i would like to discuss.but how??
     
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    we could put the questions on here and write the answers with the source or we could use MSN or Yahoo MSN once a week or every other week...depending on people's schedule. Let me know what you think.
     
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    That's a pretty good idea!
    There are some past threads for EE preparation (last may exam) where people put the questions and suggestions, and there were replies with discussions. What about echoing this?
    I'll start with Perio questions:

    The objective of scaling and root planing during periodontal therapy is to remove
    A. plaque, calculus, contaminated cementum and junctional epithelium.
    B. plaque and calculus exclusively.
    C. plaque, calculus and crevicular epithelium.
    D. plaque, calculus and contaminated cementum.
    E. all cementum associated with periodontitis.

    The periodontium is best able to tolerate forces directed to a tooth
    A. horizontally.
    B. laterally.
    C. obliquely.
    D. vertically.
    I’m not sure

    The oral mucosa covering the base of the alveolar bone
    A. is normally non-keratinized but can become keratinized in response to physiological stimulation.
    B. is closely bound to underlying muscle and bone.
    C. does not contain elastic fibres.
    D. merges with the keratinized gingiva at the mucogingival junction.
    E. has a tightly woven dense collagenous corium.

    Which treatment procedure is indicated for a patient with asymptomatic age related gingival recession?
    A. Connective tissue graft.
    B. Gingivoplasty.
    C. Lateral sliding flap.
    D. Gingival graft.
    E. No treatment.

    Necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis (NUG) and acute herpetic gingivostomatitis can be differentiated clinically by (the)
    A. location of the lesions.
    B. temperature of the patient.
    C. pain.
    D. lymphadenopathy.

    Correction of an inadequate zone of attached gingiva on several adjacent teeth is best accomplished with a/an
    A. apically repositioned flap.
    B. laterally positioned sliding flap.
    C. double-papilla pedicle graft.
    D. coronally positioned flap.
    E. free gingival graft.

    Calculus contributes to gingival inflammation by
    A. having a porous surface.
    B. having cytotoxic bacterial products.
    C. favouring bacterial colonization.
    D. all of the above.

    The location and extent of sub-gingival calculus is most accurately determined clinically by
    A. radiopaque solution used in conjunction with radiographs.
    B. disclosing solution.
    C. probing with a fine instrument.
    D. visual inspection.

    A characteristic sign of aggressive periodontitis in an adolescent (juvenile periodontitis) is
    A. marginal gingivitis.
    B. painful, burning gingivae.
    C. hyperplastic gingivitis.
    D. drifting of the teeth.

    In a 10-year old child with a normal mixed dentition and healthy periodontal tissues, removal of the labial frenum (frenectomy) is indicated when
    A. the frenum is located at the mucogingival
    junction.
    B. a diastema is present but the papilla does
    not blanch when tension is placed on the
    frenum.
    C. the frenum is located on the attached
    gingiva.
    D. None of the above.

    In an infrabony pocket, the epithelial attachment is located
    A. within basal bone.
    B. coronal to alveolar bone crest.
    C. apical to alveolar bone crest.
    D. none of the above.

    The absence of adequate drainage in a periodontal pocket may result in
    A. cyst formation.
    B. abscess formation.
    C. epithelial hyperplasia.
    D. increased calculus formation.

    For an otherwise healthy patient, with an acute localized periodontal abscess, initial treatment must include
    A. scaling and root planing.
    B. occlusal adjustment.
    C. prescription of an antibiotic.
    D. prescription of an analgesic.

    It should be drainage ???

    When using the periodontal probe to measure pocket depth, the measurement is taken from the
    A. base of the pocket to the cementoenamel
    junction.
    B. free gingival margin to the
    cementoenamel junction.
    C. base of the pocket to the crest of the free
    gingiva.

    D. base of the pocket to the mucogingival
    junction.

    The instrument best suited for root planing is a/an
    A. hoe.
    B. file.
    C. curette.
    D. sickle scaler.
    E. ultrasonic scaler.

    The most likely cause of tooth loss following a tunneling procedure to provide complete access for a mandibular Class III furcation involvement is
    A. root caries.
    B. root sensitivity.
    C. pulpal involvement.
    D. recurrent pocketing.

    I’m not sure

    In periodontal therapy, “guided tissue regeneration” is most successful in treating
    1. horizontal bone loss.
    2. a 3-walled infrabony defect.
    3. a mandibular Class III furcation
    involvement.
    4. a mandibular Class II furcation
    involvement.
    A. (1) (2) (3)
    B. (1) and (3)
    C. (2) and (4)
    D. (4) only.
    E. All of the above.

    Maximum shrinkage after gingival curettage can be expected from tissue that is
    A. fibroedematous.
    B. edematous.
    C. fibrotic.
    D. formed within an infrabony pocket.
    E. associated with exudate formation.

    Antibiotic coverage should be provided when performing subgingival curettage for patients with
    A. myocardial infarction.
    B. dental implants.
    C. valvular heart disease.
    D. coronary artery disease.

    Which of the following is/are clinical signs of gingivitis?
    1. Loss of stippling.
    2. Gingival hyperplasia.
    3. Bleeding on probing.
    4. Increased probing depth.
    A. (1) (2) (3)
    B. (1) and (3)
    C. (2) and (4)
    D. (4) only
    E. All of the above.

    In periodontics, the best prognosis for bone regeneration follows the surgical treatment of
    A. suprabony pockets.
    B. one-wall infrabony pockets.
    C. two-wall infrabony pockets.
    D. three-wall infrabony pockets.

    The colour of normal gingiva is affected by the
    1. vascularity of the gingiva.
    2. epithelial keratinization.
    3. thickness of the epithelium.
    4. melanin pigmentation.
    A. (1) (2) (3)
    B. (1) and (3)
    C. (2) and (4)
    D. (4) only
    E. All of the above.

    The most appropriate treatment of necrotizing ulcerative periodontitis (NUP) in a patient with no fever and no lymphadenopathy is
    1. periodontal debridement.
    2. antibiotic therapy. ???
    3. oral hygiene instruction.
    4. topical steroid therapy.
    A. (1) (2) (3)
    B. (1) and (3)
    C. (2) and (4)
    D. (4) only
    E. All of the above.

    The most important diagnostic element in assessing the periodontal status of a patient is
    A. the results of vitality testing.
    B. the radiographic appearance.
    C. the depth of periodontal pockets.
    D. the mobility of the teeth.


    Irregularly distributed shallow to moderate craters in the interseptal bone are best eliminated by
    A. osteoplasty.
    B. gingivoplasty.
    C. deep scaling.
    D. bone grafting.

    I’m not sure

    Periodontal pocket epithelium
    A. is NOT colonized by bacteria.
    B. does NOT contain anatomically and physiologically distinct zones.
    C. is a site where immunological elements interact with pocket bacteria.
    D. does NOT provide a barrier against bacterial penetration.

    With the development of gingivitis, the sulcus becomes predominantly populated by
    A. gram-positive organisms.
    B. gram-negative organisms.
    C. diplococcal organisms.
    D. spirochetes.

    Which gingival manifestation(s) would be expected in a patient with a blood dyscrasia?
    1. Enlargement.
    2. Bleeding.
    3. Ulceration.
    4. Atrophy.
    A. (1) (2) (3)
    B. (1) and (3)
    C. (2) and (4)
    D. (4) only
    E. All of the above.

    Precipitation of salivary calcium salts to form
    calculus is
    A. promoted by a higher buffering
    capacity.
    B. inhibited by a higher buffering
    capacity. The buffering capacity is more related with caries ?
    C. inhibited by a higher pH.
    D. promoted by a higher pH.

    The predominant cells in the inflammatory
    exudate of an acute periodontal abscess are
    A. neutrophils.
    B. eosinophils.
    C. basophils.
    D. lymphocytes.
    E. monocytes.

    Normal sulcular epithelium in man is
    1. non-keratinized.
    2. squamous.
    3. stratified.
    4. non-permeable.
    A. (1) (2) (3)
    B. (1) and (3)
    C. (2) and (4)
    D. (4) only
    E. All of the above.

    Which cells migrate into the gingival sulcus in the largest numbers in response to the accumulation of plaque?
    A. Plasma cells and monocytes.
    B. Polymorphonuclear leukocytes.
    C. Macrophages.
    D. Lymphocytes.
    E. Mast cells.

    The most likely diagnosis for a child with a painful, fiery-red, diffuse gingivitis is
    A. primary herpetic gingivo-stomatitis.
    B. juvenile periodontitis.
    C. idiopathic fibromatosis.
    D. aphthous stomatitis.

    Whenever possible, the margins of a restoration should be placed
    1. subgingivally.
    2. supragingivally.
    3. on cementum.
    4. on enamel.
    A. (1) (2) (3)
    B. (1) and (3)
    C. (2) and (4)
    D. (4) only
    E. All of the above.

    Water irrigation devices have been shown to
    A. eliminate plaque.
    B. dislodge food particles from between teeth.
    C. disinfect pockets for up to 18 hours.
    D. prevent calculus formation.

    Increased tooth mobility can result from
    1. excessive occlusal forces with normal periodontal support.
    2. apical periodontitis.
    3. normal occlusal forces with
    inadequate periodontal support.
    4. simple marginal gingivitis.
    A. (1) (2) (3)
    B. (1) and (3)
    C. (2) and (4)
    D. (4) only
    E. All of the above.
     
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    Hi

    Sorry for not responding to you earlier. It's just that I am very busy studying for the NBDE I as I'll be taking the exam soon. I'll start preparing for the Cdn. E.E. in January. I live in Toronto. Oh yeah, I forgot about McGill. The thing with them is that they only take one students on a space available basis only. And they need both the NDBE I and Cdn. E.E. which I find quite weird for a Canadian school.

    We should definitely use this threat to discuss questions. Hanan has already made a great start :) . Good job, Hanan. Thanks for the useful websites. :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks cheer up! I am new to canadian dental system. Can you introduct a little bit detail of requirements for those programs? What is the EE test? Is it like american ndbe part I? Is the pre-clinical skill test mandatory? Thanks again.


     
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    Hi,
    Count me also in your group........ :)
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    Hi

    Most, if not all all of the 6 dental schools require either permanent residency or Canadian citizenship. EE stands for Eligiblity Exam which is an entrance exam. In the US, one has to do the board, here one has to do the E.E. I think the questions on the E.E. mirror the Canadian National Board questions but of course it's not called that. The content includes both Part I and II but mostly on part II material. Each of the schools has its own clinical exam once your're inivited for an interview with them, much like the US schools. I think all the schools have their English requirement and so you have to take the TOEFL or the TOEFL equivalent test, I think. Go to www.acfd.ca to get info on the E.E. and you should to go each of the 6 schools' websites to get an idea of what exactly you need to submit when applying.
    Good luck :luck:
     
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    TQuestions 1 - 4
    A 35 year old female is complaining of generalized "bleeding gums". Using the print of the
    radiographs (not available for display) and casts (not available for display), answer the
    following questions on the answer score sheet.
    Question: 1
    Periodontal examination reveals adequate attached gingiva between teeth 1.5 and 1.6 with
    probing depths of 4mm. In addition to scaling and root planing, what is the most appropriate
    treatment for this area?
    A. Observation.
    B. Perform a gingivectomy.
    C. Place a free gingival graft.
    D. Perform full thickness flap procedure with ostectomy.
    E. Replace the defective restorations.
    Question: 2
    Resolution of the edematous suprabony pockets in the mandibular anterior will
    A. result in a potential cosmetic problem.
    B. result in teeth with an increased mobility.
    C. result in increased bony support for the teeth.
    D. require apicoectomy procedures.
    E. require orthodontic procedures.
    Question: 3
    Tooth 4.6 has 4mm probing depths on the mesio-buccal and mesio-lingual, but no other probing
    depths over 3mm and no symptoms. Treatment of choice for this tooth is to replace the defective
    restoration and
    A. prescribe a systemic antibiotic.
    B. improve oral hygiene.
    C. place a crown on the tooth to close the diastema.
    D. upright the tooth orthodontically and place a 3 unit fixed partial denture.
    E. extract the tooth.
    Question: 4
    Select the correct statement concerning teeth 1.5 and 1.6.
    A. There is caries on the mesial and distal of both teeth.
    B. These teeth require endodontic treatment.
    C. These teeth should be extracted.
    D. The pulp chambers of these teeth are calcified.
    E. There is calculus present on the roots of these teeth.
    Questions 5 - 8
    Using the cast (not available for display), answer the following questions on the answer score
    sheet.
    Question: 5
    The major connector on the removable partial denture framework is
    A. positioned in an excessive undercut area.
    B. too close to the gingival margin.
    C. too narrow as it is designed.
    D. too far from the gingival margin.
    Question: 6
    The component of the removable partial denture framework on tooth 4.6
    A. is unnecessary.
    B. requires modification of the tooth prior to making a final impression.
    C. directs functional occlusal forces along the long axis of the tooth.
    D. should only be used if the tooth is periodontally compromised.
    Question: 7
    The gridwork (meshwork) over the edentulous area in the fourth quadrant of the denture
    framework
    A. will interfere with the mylohyoid muscle.
    B. has adequate relief for acceptable retention of an acrylic denture base.
    C. is placed too far to the buccal.
    D. has too small a surface area to provide for acceptable retention of an acrylic denture base.
    Question: 8
    Assuming that tooth 3.4 has no periodontal problems, the tip of the clasp on tooth 3.4 should be
    placed
    A. occlusal to the survey line.
    B. at the survey line.
    C. in a .005 inch (.125mm) undercut gingival to the survey line.
    D. in a .01 to .02 inch (.25 to .50mm) undercut gingival to the survey line.
    E. in a .04 inch (1.0mm) undercut gingival to the survey line.
    T H E N A T I O N A L D E N T A L E X A M I N I N G B O A R D O F C A N A D A
    OBJECTIVE STRUCTURED CLINICAL EXAMINATION – 2002 RELEASED VERSION
    STATION C
    Questions 9 - 12
    Using the information in the case history and the clinical photographs (not available for display),
    answer the following questions on the answer score sheet.
    CASE HISTORY
    A 28 year old pregnant female presents with multiple ulcers on the free gingiva, edematous
    interdental papillae, shallow ulcers on the attached gingiva and gingival bleeding. Some intact
    vesicles and ulcers are present on the hard palate and tongue. The patient has a temperature of
    39oC (102.2oF) and has multiple, palpable, painful mandibular and cervical lymph nodes. These
    symptoms have been present for 2 days.
    Question: 9
    The most likely diagnosis is
    A. recurrent aphthous stomatitis.
    B. pregnancy gingivostomatitis.
    C. acute streptococcal gingivostomatitis.
    D. acute herpetic gingivostomatitis.
    E. erythema multiforme.
    Question: 10
    Treatment for this patient should include
    1. topical steroids.
    2. topical anaesthetic as required.
    3. systemic acyclovir.
    4. regular intake of fluids.
    A. (1) (2) (3)
    B. (1) and (3)
    C. (2) and (4)
    D. (4) only
    E. All of the above.
    Question: 11
    Which of the following medications is contraindicated for the management of this patient’s
    condition?
    A. Acetaminophen.
    B. Ibuprofen.
    C. Acetylsalicylic acid.
    D. Betamethasone.
     
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    TQuestions 1 - 4
    A 35 year old female is complaining of generalized "bleeding gums". Using the print of the
    radiographs (not available for display) and casts (not available for display), answer the
    following questions on the answer score sheet.
    Question: 1
    Periodontal examination reveals adequate attached gingiva between teeth 1.5 and 1.6 with
    probing depths of 4mm. In addition to scaling and root planing, what is the most appropriate
    treatment for this area?
    A. Observation.
    B. Perform a gingivectomy.
    C. Place a free gingival graft.
    D. Perform full thickness flap procedure with ostectomy.
    E. Replace the defective restorations.
    Question: 2
    Resolution of the edematous suprabony pockets in the mandibular anterior will
    A. result in a potential cosmetic problem.
    B. result in teeth with an increased mobility.
    C. result in increased bony support for the teeth.
    D. require apicoectomy procedures.
    E. require orthodontic procedures.
    Question: 3
    Tooth 4.6 has 4mm probing depths on the mesio-buccal and mesio-lingual, but no other probing
    depths over 3mm and no symptoms. Treatment of choice for this tooth is to replace the defective
    restoration and
    A. prescribe a systemic antibiotic.
    B. improve oral hygiene.
    C. place a crown on the tooth to close the diastema.
    D. upright the tooth orthodontically and place a 3 unit fixed partial denture.
    E. extract the tooth.
    Question: 4
    Select the correct statement concerning teeth 1.5 and 1.6.
    A. There is caries on the mesial and distal of both teeth.
    B. These teeth require endodontic treatment.
    C. These teeth should be extracted.
    D. The pulp chambers of these teeth are calcified.
    E. There is calculus present on the roots of these teeth.
    Questions 5 - 8
    Using the cast (not available for display), answer the following questions on the answer score
    sheet.
    Question: 5
    The major connector on the removable partial denture framework is
    A. positioned in an excessive undercut area.
    B. too close to the gingival margin.
    C. too narrow as it is designed.
    D. too far from the gingival margin.
    Question: 6
    The component of the removable partial denture framework on tooth 4.6
    A. is unnecessary.
    B. requires modification of the tooth prior to making a final impression.
    C. directs functional occlusal forces along the long axis of the tooth.
    D. should only be used if the tooth is periodontally compromised.
    Question: 7
    The gridwork (meshwork) over the edentulous area in the fourth quadrant of the denture
    framework
    A. will interfere with the mylohyoid muscle.
    B. has adequate relief for acceptable retention of an acrylic denture base.
    C. is placed too far to the buccal.
    D. has too small a surface area to provide for acceptable retention of an acrylic denture base.
    Question: 8
    Assuming that tooth 3.4 has no periodontal problems, the tip of the clasp on tooth 3.4 should be
    placed
    A. occlusal to the survey line.
    B. at the survey line.
    C. in a .005 inch (.125mm) undercut gingival to the survey line.
    D. in a .01 to .02 inch (.25 to .50mm) undercut gingival to the survey line.
    E. in a .04 inch (1.0mm) undercut gingival to the survey line.

    STATION C
    Questions 9 - 12
    Using the information in the case history and the clinical photographs (not available for display),
    answer the following questions on the answer score sheet.
    CASE HISTORY
    A 28 year old pregnant female presents with multiple ulcers on the free gingiva, edematous
    interdental papillae, shallow ulcers on the attached gingiva and gingival bleeding. Some intact
    vesicles and ulcers are present on the hard palate and tongue. The patient has a temperature of
    39oC (102.2oF) and has multiple, palpable, painful mandibular and cervical lymph nodes. These
    symptoms have been present for 2 days.
    Question: 9
    The most likely diagnosis is
    A. recurrent aphthous stomatitis.
    B. pregnancy gingivostomatitis.
    C. acute streptococcal gingivostomatitis.
    D. acute herpetic gingivostomatitis.
    E. erythema multiforme.
    Question: 10
    Treatment for this patient should include
    1. topical steroids.
    2. topical anaesthetic as required.
    3. systemic acyclovir.
    4. regular intake of fluids.
    A. (1) (2) (3)
    B. (1) and (3)
    C. (2) and (4)
    D. (4) only
    E. All of the above.
    Question: 11
    Which of the following medications is contraindicated for the management of this patient’s
    condition?
    A. Acetaminophen.
    B. Ibuprofen.
    C. Acetylsalicylic acid.
    D. Betamethasone.
     
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    Hi

    Most, if not all, of the 7 dental schools require Canadian permanent residency or Canadian citizenship. The E.E. stands for Eligilbity Exam. It's an entrance exam for either the Qualifying Programs or Advanced Standing (or International Dental Completion Program) for the mentioned 7 schools. It's like writing the US parts I or II as the entrance exams to get into their programs. The E.E's content consists of both Parts I and II, but it covers more of Part II material than Part I. If you go the website www.acfd.ca, you'll get a listing of the topics covered on the E.E along with other important information. The questions on the E.E. mirror the Canadian National Board but of course, the E.E itself is not called that. You get to write the 'real" Canadian National Board when, I think, you're in the second year of the program or when you finish it. All the schools have their English requirement and clinical test (if you get invited for an interview....much like the schools in the US). You should go to each of the 7 schools' websites to find out exactly what they require you to submit at the time of application. Good luck :luck:
     
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    Hi

    Good luck to all who are studying or will be studying for the E.E on May 13, 2006 :luck:
     
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    [hey gyus
    i'll join u after dec16th.
     
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    thanks
     
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    Hey I have just started to prepare for part 2 and EE. where are you located???? are you interested in group study????
    Emrald :confused:
     
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    hi
    i am in Brampton.yes i will be more than happy to do group study.
    keep in touch
     
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    plz check my answer
    A 35 year old female is complaining of generalized "bleeding gums". Using the print of the
    radiographs (not available for display) and casts (not available for display), answer the
    following questions on the answer score sheet.
    Question: 1
    Periodontal examination reveals adequate attached gingiva between teeth 1.5 and 1.6 with
    probing depths of 4mm. In addition to scaling and root planing, what is the most appropriate
    treatment for this area?
    A. Observation.
    B. Perform a gingivectomy.
    C. Place a free gingival graft.
    D. Perform full thickness flap procedure with ostectomy.
    E. Replace the defective restorations.
    ANS A
    Question: 2
    Resolution of the edematous suprabony pockets in the mandibular anterior will
    A. result in a potential cosmetic problem.
    B. result in teeth with an increased mobility.
    C. result in increased bony support for the teeth.
    D. require apicoectomy procedures.
    E. require orthodontic procedures.
    ANS A-NOT SURE
    Question: 3
    Tooth 4.6 has 4mm probing depths on the mesio-buccal and mesio-lingual, but no other probing
    depths over 3mm and no symptoms. Treatment of choice for this tooth is to replace the defective
    restoration and
    A. prescribe a systemic antibiotic.
    B. improve oral hygiene.
    C. place a crown on the tooth to close the diastema.
    D. upright the tooth orthodontically and place a 3 unit fixed partial denture.
    E. extract the tooth.
    ANS B
    Question: 4
    Select the correct statement concerning teeth 1.5 and 1.6.
    A. There is caries on the mesial and distal of both teeth.
    B. These teeth require endodontic treatment.
    C. These teeth should be extracted.
    D. The pulp chambers of these teeth are calcified.
    E. There is calculus present on the roots of these teeth.
    ANS E
    Questions 5 - 8
    Using the cast (not available for display), answer the following questions on the answer score
    sheet.
    Question: 5
    The major connector on the removable partial denture framework is
    A. positioned in an excessive undercut area.
    B. too close to the gingival margin.
    C. too narrow as it is designed.
    D. too far from the gingival margin.
    ANS D NOT SURE
    Question: 6
    The component of the removable partial denture framework on tooth 4.6
    A. is unnecessary.
    B. requires modification of the tooth prior to making a final impression.
    C. directs functional occlusal forces along the long axis of the tooth.
    D. should only be used if the tooth is periodontally compromised.
    ???????
    Question: 7
    The gridwork (meshwork) over the edentulous area in the fourth quadrant of the denture
    framework
    A. will interfere with the mylohyoid muscle.
    B. has adequate relief for acceptable retention of an acrylic denture base.
    C. is placed too far to the buccal.
    D. has too small a surface area to provide for acceptable retention of an acrylic denture base.
    ????????
    Question: 8
    Assuming that tooth 3.4 has no periodontal problems, the tip of the clasp on tooth 3.4 should be
    placed
    A. occlusal to the survey line.
    B. at the survey line.
    C. in a .005 inch (.125mm) undercut gingival to the survey line.
    D. in a .01 to .02 inch (.25 to .50mm) undercut gingival to the survey line.
    E. in a .04 inch (1.0mm) undercut gingival to the survey line.
    ????????

    Using the information in the case history and the clinical photographs (not available for display),
    answer the following questions on the answer score sheet.
    CASE HISTORY
    A 28 year old pregnant female presents with multiple ulcers on the free gingiva, edematous
    interdental papillae, shallow ulcers on the attached gingiva and gingival bleeding. Some intact
    vesicles and ulcers are present on the hard palate and tongue. The patient has a temperature of
    39oC (102.2oF) and has multiple, palpable, painful mandibular and cervical lymph nodes. These
    symptoms have been present for 2 days.
    Question: 9
    The most likely diagnosis is
    A. recurrent aphthous stomatitis.
    B. pregnancy gingivostomatitis.
    C. acute streptococcal gingivostomatitis.
    D. acute herpetic gingivostomatitis.
    E. erythema multiforme.
    ANS D
    Question: 10
    Treatment for this patient should include
    1. topical steroids.
    2. topical anaesthetic as required.
    3. systemic acyclovir.
    4. regular intake of fluids.
    A. (1) (2) (3)
    B. (1) and (3)
    C. (2) and (4)
    D. (4) only
    E. All of the above.
    ANS C
    Question: 11
    Which of the following medications is contraindicated for the management of this patient’s
    condition?
    A. Acetaminophen.
    B. Ibuprofen.
    C. Acetylsalicylic acid.
    D. Betamethasone.[/QUOTE]
    ANS D
     
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    Hey so what and where are you studying now a days????
    I was planning to join Kaplan. What do you say????
    please help me get started....
     
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    I Think U Can Study All By Urself If U Have The Material.i Have Heard That It Is Of Not Much Use Except U Can Study In Undisturbed Environment In Their Centre.
     
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    emrald Junior Member
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    Hi so what all are you studying????
    Please email me and we can get together and make a lil study group. my email is [email protected]
     
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    sonibun Senior Member
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    please keeep this thread alive
     
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    Hi...Im also new to canada.Got to learn a lot after going through ur thread.Keep up the good work and also do include me in ur group study
    Cheers
     
  41. sonibun

    sonibun Senior Member
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    i dont know why no one is dicussing any question specially those giving EE EXAM
     
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    Hey all :)
    How's everything .. How did the dental education treat you so far ?
    from your posts I reckon you all gave your exams in 2004-2005 ..
    So how was it , and what were your scores ?
    were you able to join a QP or are you still waiting ?
    I'm hearing terrifying and frustrating stories all the time about people who have been waiting for 5 years now !!! :eek:

    So , tell me all about it .. the interviews , the PLA , different programs ...
    Please share the experience ..

    Thanks , take care
     
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    hi,
    planing to take ee in may 2006,located in mississauga close to brampton.

    syed
     

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