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overview of the dentitions CH 11

Teeth towards the front? Anterior teeth
natural teeth in the dental arch are the... Dentition
Baby or Primary teeth are called... Deciduous
Natural contact of the maxillary and mandibular teeth in all positions is termed... Occlusion
Permanent teeth that replace primary teeth are... Succedaneous teeth
The teeth in the front of the mouth are called the... anterior
The upper jaw is the... Maxillary
The lower jaw is the... Mandibular
A_______ is one fourth of the dentition. Quadrant
A________ is one sixth of the dentition. Sextant
The_______is the surface of the tooth towards the midline. Mesial Surface
The_______is the surface of the tooth distant from the midline. Distal Surface
The chewing surface of the teeth is the______ Masticatory surface
The_______is the area between adjacent tooth surfaces. Interproximal Space
A(n)________ is a triangular space in the gingival direction between the proximal surfaces of two adjoining teeth in contact. Embrasure
Teeth are in_________when there is maximum contact between the occluding surfaces of the maxillary and mandibular teeth. Centric Occlusion
Teeth are in______when the teeth contact during biting and chewing movements. functional occlusion
________is an abnormal or malpositioned relationship of the maxillary teeth to the mandibular teeth when they are in centric occlusion. Malocclusion
The_______is the curvature formed by the maxillary and mandibular arches in occlusion. Curve of Spee
Name of the area where adjacent teeth physically touch is the_______. Contact Area
what is the technical term for class III occlusion ? mesiocclusion
What Classification is neutroclusion? Class I
Created by: jderas
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