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HackDentistry Topics Archive


Acute and chronic inflammation (Q)

Ameloblastoma – Histopathology (Q) (T) (V)

Adenoid cystic carcinoma (Q) (T) (V)

Amelogenesis (Q) (T) (V)

Adenomatoid odontogenic tumor (Q) (T) (V)

Analgesics and anti-inflammatory agents (Q)

Aggressive periodontitis (Q) (T) (V)

Anatomy (Q)

Aggressive periodontitis – Pathogenesis (Q) (T) (V)

Anatomy – Miscellaneous (Q)

Allergic and immunologic diseases (Q) (V)

Anatomy of periodontal tissues (Q)

Amalgam (Q)

Anchorage (N)

Amalgam restorations (Q)

Antigen recognition by T-cells (Q) (T) (V)

Ameloblastic fibroma (Q) (T) (V)

Apoptosis (Q) (T) (V)

Ameloblastoma (Q) (T) (V)

Armamentarium (Q)


Bacterial infections (Q)

Biomechanics of tooth movement (N) (Q)

Bacteriology (Q)

Biostatistics (Q)

Basic microbiology (Q)

Blood vessels in pulp (N)

Basics of the pulp cavity (Q)

Bone (V)

Biochemistry (Q)

Bone cells (N)

Biochemistry – Miscellaneous (Q)

Bone, maxillary sinus and TMJ (Q)

Biologic effects of radiation (Q)

Bone pathology (Q) (V)

Biology of tooth movements – Part I (N)

Bone resorption (Q) (T) (V)

Biology of tooth movements – Part II (N)

Branchial arches (N)


Calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumor (Q) (T) (V)

Cementogenesis (N)

Calcifying odontogenic cyst (T) (V)

Central giant cell granuloma (Q) (T) (V)

Candidiasis (N)

Cephalogenesis (N)

Carbohydrates (Q)

Chemical carcinogenesis (N)

Caries – Classification (N)

Chemotherapeutic drugs (Q)

Caries – Etiology (N)

Child psychology (Q)

Caries – Influencing factors in etiology (N)

Clinical descriptive terminologies (T) (V)

Caries and restorative dentistry (Q)

Clinical scenarios and differential diagnosis (Q)

Caries activity tests (Q)

Cohort study – Part I (N)

Case control study – Part I (N)

Cohort study – Part II (N)

Cast restorations (Q)

Collection of data – Part I (N)

Cavity preparation fundamentals (N)

Collection of data – Part II (N)

Cell injury (N)

Complete dentures – Basics (Q)

Cellular response to stress and toxic insults (Q) (V)

Complete dentures – Lab procedures (Q)

Cemento-osseous dysplasia (N)

Complete dentures – Miscellaneous (Q)

Cementum (N) (Q)

Composites and GIC (Q)

Cementum – Types (N)

Condensing osteitis (Q) (T) (V)

Cementum – Structure (N)

Cysts and tumors (Q)


Deciduous dentition (Q)

Development and growth of teeth (Q) (V)

Dental caries (N) (Q) (V)

Development and growth of teeth – Part I (Q) (T) (V)

Dental caries and cavity preparation (Q)

Development and growth of teeth – Part II (Q) (T) (V)

Dental caries histopathology – Part I (N)

Developmental disturbances (Q)

Dental caries histopathology – Part II (N)

Developmental disturbances – Part I (N)

Dental cements (Q)

Developmental disturbances – Part II (N)

Dental ceramics (Q)

Developmental disturbances – Part III (N)

Dental materials (Q)

Development of dentition and occlusion (N)

Dental plaque and caries (Q) (T) (V)

Development of face – Part I (N)

Dentigerous cyst (Q) (T) (V)

Development of face – Part II (N)

Dentin (Q) (V)

Diabetes and periodontitis (T) (V)

Dentin – Age and functional changes (N)

Diseases in children (Q)

Dentin – Types (N)

Diseases of blood (V)

Dentinogenesis (Q) (T) (V)

Diseases of hematopoietic and lymphoid systems (Q)

Denture base resins (Q)

Diseases of immune system (Q)

Denture induced fibrous hyperplasia (Q) (T) (V)

Direct filling gold (Q)

Dermatologic diseases (Q)

Disinfection and obturation (Q)

Dermatopathology (V)

Drugs acting on ANS (Q)

Descriptive epidemiology – Part I (N)

Drugs acting on CNS (Q)

Descriptive epidemiology – Part II (N)

Drugs acting on CVS and GIT (Q)

Descriptive terms and definitions (V)


Enamel (Q) (V)

Epithelial dysplasia (Q) (T) (V)

Enamel – Hypomineralized structures (N)

Epithelial pathology (V)

Endochondral ossification (N)

Epithelium-connective tissue attachment (Q) (T) (V)

Endodontics (Q)

Erythema multiforme (T) (V)

Enzymes (Q)

Erythroplakia (T) (V)

Epidemiology (Q)

Ethical principles in dental practice (N)

Epidermolysis bullosa (N)

Exodontia and impactions (Q)


Fibrosarcoma (N)

Form and function of tooth and periodontium (Q)

Fibrous dysplasia (N) (Q) (T) (V)

FPD- Impression making and cementation (Q)

Fibrous dysplasia – Pathogenesis (T) (V)

Fungal and protozoal infections (Q)


Gangrene (N)

Gingiva (V)

Geographic tongue (Q) (T) (V)

Gingivitis (Q) (T) (V)

General pathology (N) (Q) (T) (V)

Gorlin syndrome (N)

General pharmacology (Q)

Growth and development (N) (Q)

Gigantiform cementoma (N)

Gypsum products (Q)


Hairy leukoplakia (T) (V)

Histology of dentin – Part I (N)

Health education – Principles (N)

Histology of dentin – Part II (N)

Health education: Practice – Part I (N)

Hyperplastic candidiasis (Q) (T) (V)

Health education: Practice – Part II (N)

Hypersensitivity Type I (Q) (T) (V)

Health program planning – Part I (N)

Hypersensitivity Type II (T) (V)

Health program planning – Part II (N)

Hypersensitivity Type III (T) (V)

Hematologic diseases (Q)

Hypersensitivity Type IV (T) (V)

Hemodynamic disorders, shock and thromboembolic disease (Q)

Hypoxia (N)

Herpes simplex (N)


Imaging techniques and principles (Q)

Inflammation (V)

Immunology (Q) (V)

Inflammation – Vascular events (Q) (T) (V)

Impression materials (Q)

Intramembranous bone formation (N)

Indices (Q)

Iron deficiency anemia (N)

Infections (V)


Jaw relations (Q)

Junctional epithelium (Q) (T) (V)


Legal vulnerabilities in dental practice – Part I (N)

Leukoplakia – Histopathology (Q) (T) (V)

Legal vulnerabilities in dental practice – Part I (N)

Lichen planus (Q) (T) (V)

Legal vulnerabilities in dental practice – Part II (N)

Lichen planus – Pathogenesis (T) (V)

Leiyomyoma (N)

Lichenoid dysplasia (T) (V)

Leiomyosarcoma (N)

Lipids (Q)

Leukoplakia (Q) (T) (V)

Lipoma (N)

Leukoplakia – Differential diagnosis (Q) (T) (V)

Local anesthesia (Q)


Major and minor connectors (Q)

Metallurgy (Q)

Malignant ameloblastoma and ameloblastic carcinoma (Q) (T) (V)

Microbiology (Q)

Malocclusion (Q)

Minerals (Q)

Mandibular fractures (Q)

Mouth, larynx and pharynx (Q)

Marfan syndrome (N)

Mucocele (Q) (T) (V)

Maxillary sinus and TMJ (Q)

Mucoepidermoid carcinoma (Q) (T) (V)

Maxillofacial infections (Q)

Mucous membrane pemphigoid (Q) (T) (V)

Mediators of inflammation (T) (V)

Muscles of head and neck (Q)

Measures of central tendency and dispersion (N)

Mycology (Q)

Megaloblastic anemia (N)

Myoepithelial cell (Q) (T) (V)

Melanoma – Part I (N)

Myofunctional and orthopaedic appliances (Q)

Melanoma – Part II (N)


Necrotizing sialometaplasia (Q) (T) (V)

Neurofibromatosis (N)

Necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis (Q) (T) (V)

Neuromuscular diseases (Q)

Neoplasia (Q)

Nicotine stomatitis (T) (V)

Nerve supply of head and neck (Q)

Non-keratinocytes (Q) (T) (V)

Neural tube formation (N)

Non-surgical periodontal therapy (Q)

Neurofibroma (N)

Nucleic acids and nucleotides (Q)


Occlusion (Q)

Oral manifestations of systemic diseases (Q)

Occlusion and malocclusion – Part I (N)

Oral mucosa (Q) (V)

Occlusion and malocclusion – Part II (N)

Oral pathology & medicine (N) (Q) (T) (V)

Odontogenic cysts (V)

Oral pigmentation (Q)

Odontogenic cysts and tumors (Q)

Oral potentially malignant disorders (T) (V)

Odontogenic keratocyst (Q) (T) (V)

Oral radiology (Q)

Odontogenic tumors (V)

Oral submucous fibrosis (Q) (T) (V)

Operative dentistry (N) (Q)

Oral surgery (Q)

Oral anatomy (Q)

Orthodontic diagnosis (Q)

Oral epithelium – Part I (Q) (T) (V)

Orthodontics (N) (Q)

Oral epithelium – Part II (Q) (T) (V)

Orthokeratinized odontogenic cyst (Q) (T) (V)

Oral histology (N) (Q) (T) (V)

Osteoclast formation (Q) (T) (V)

Oral implantology (Q)

Osteology (Q)

Oral lichenoid lesions (Q) (T) (V)

Ossifying fibroma (Q) (T) (V)


Paget’s disease (N)

Physical and chemical injuries (Q)

Parasitology (Q)

Physiologic tooth movements (V)

Parts and design of FPD (Q)

Pit and fissure sealants – Part I (N)

Pathfinder survey (N)

Pit and fissure sealants – Part II (N)

Pathologic calcification (N)

Plaque – Structure and formation (V)

Pediatric endodontics (Q)

Pleomorphic adenoma (Q) (T) (V)

Pedodontics (Q)

Preparation of endodontic cavity and radicular space (Q)

Pemphigoid (N)

Presentation of data in research – Part I (N)

Pemphigus vulgaris (Q) (T) (V)

Presentation of data in research – Part II (N)

Periapical abscess (T) (V)

Preventive and interceptive orthodontics (Q)
Periapical granuloma (Q) (T) (V)
Preventive dentistry (Q)

Periapical pathology (V)

Principles of tooth preparation (Q)

Periodontal ligament (Q)

Proliferative verrucous leukoplakia (T) (V)

Periodontal microbiology (Q)

Prosthodontics (Q)

Periodontal pathology (Q) (V)

Proteins and aminoacids (Q)
Periodontal restorative interrelationship (Q)
Public health dentistry (N) (Q)

Periodontics (Q) (T) (V)

Public health dentistry – Miscellaneous (Q)

Periodontium (V)

Pulp (Q) (V)
Perio-systemic interrelationships (Q)
Pulp –Age changes (N)
Peripheral giant cell granuloma (Q) (T) (V)
Pulp calcifications (Q) (T) (V)
Peripheral ossifying fibroma (Q) (T) (V)
Pulp and periradicular pathology (Q)

Pernicious anemia (Q) (T) (V)

Pulp – Structural features (N)

Permanent dentition (Q)

Pulpal anatomy (N)

Phagocytosis (Q) (T) (V)

Pulpal and periapical diseases (Q)

Pharmacology (Q)

Pulpal neurology (N)

Physical properties (Q)

Pyogenic granuloma (Q) (T) (V)


Radiation physics (Q)

Research process (N)

Radiation safety and protection (Q)

Restoration of endodontically treated teeth (Q)

Radicular cyst (Q) (T) (V)

Rests and retainers (Q)

Radicular cyst – Pathogenesis (T) (V)

Rhabdomyoma (N)

Radiographic interpretation (Q)

RPD- Introduction and classification (Q)

Removable and fixed appliances (Q)


Salivary glands (Q) (V)

Sjogren’s syndrome – Pathogenesis (Q) (T) (V)

Salivary gland pathology (Q) (V)

Smokeless tobacco pouch keratosis (T) (V)

Salivary glands – Structure, secretory cells and ducts (N) (Q) (T) (V)

Soft tissue lesions/tumors (V)

Salivary glands and tongue (Q)

Special techniques in complete dentures (Q)

Sampling – Part I (N)

Suppurative osteomyelitis (Q) (T) (V)

Sampling – Part II (N)

Surgical periodontal therapy (Q)

Scleroderma (Q) (T) (V)

Survey and design (N) (Q)

Serial extraction (N)

Systemic lupus erythematosus (Q) (T) (V)

Sjogren’s syndrome (Q) (T) (V)


Test series (Q)

Tooth shedding – Part I (N)

TMJ and dento-osseous structures (Q)

Tooth shedding – Part II (N)

TMJ and maxillary sinus (Q)

Trauma and management (Q)

Tongue and salivary glands (Q)

Traumatology and endodontic surgery (Q)

Tongue – Developmental disturbances (N)

Treatment planning in orthodontics (Q)

Tongue pathology (Q)

Trigeminal neuralgia (N)

Tooth discolouration and bleaching (Q)

Tuberculosis (N)

Tooth eruption (Q) (T) (V)

Tumors – Characteristics (N)

Tooth eruption and shedding (Q)

Tumors of oral cavity (Q)

Tooth eruption – Theories (N)

Types of FPD (Q)


Unicystic ameloblastoma (T) (V)


Vascular supply of head and neck (Q)

Viral infections (Q)

Verrucous carcinoma (T) (V)

Virology (Q)

Verrucous hyperplasia (T) (V)

Vitamins (Q)


Warthin’s tumor (Q) (T) (V)