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NWHSU Mash GA2Q2 Tee

NWHSU Mash GA 2 Quiz 2 Digestive Teeth

Covers the root of a tooth and attaches it to the surrounding tissues of the alveolar socket; it resembles bone Cement
Name given to center of tooth; contains vessels, nerves, etc Pulp cavity
Name in correct sequence (from front to back) the DECIDUOUS (baby) teeth. Central incisor, lateral incisor, canine, 1st molar, 2nd molar
Name in correct sequence (from front to back) the permanent teeth. (Name each individual tooth) Central incisor, lateral incisor, canine, 1st premolar, 2nd premolar, 1st molar, 2nd molar, 3rd molar
portion of mucosa specifically around teeth Gingiva
The permanent _________ replace the deciduous molars Premolars
Type of roots (morphology) usually present on mandibular molars bifurcated
Write the DENTAL FORMULA. You must use the formula to receive credit. I 2/2 + C 1/1 + B 2/2 + M 3/3 = 16
Name given to landmark on tooth where root and anatomical crown meet cervical line or cementoenamel junction
Created by: AnatomyMash