This quiz relates to knowledge on the Complications of Tooth Extraction.

1. 

How soon after a procedure does reactionary haemorrhage occur?

2. 

Which of the following is not thought to increase the risk of a dry socket?

3. 

If bone is exposed following an extraction on a patient who is on bisphosphonates, how many weeks following the extraction would this be classed as MRONJ?

4. 

Osteoradionecrosis occurs in patients with what in their medical background?

5. 

Pain from local anaesthetic delivery would not be expected in which of the following situations?

6. 

Which of the following symptoms would a patient experience with an oro-antral communication (OAC)?

7. 

A Caldwell-Luc procedure is used to manage which complication?

8. 

Which of the following would not normally increase the risk of fracture of a tooth?

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