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Chapter 48 general

general dentistry

internal surface of a cavity preparation positioned in the same vertical direction as the pulp with in the tooth axial
pitted area in a tooth caused by decay cavity
process of decay removal and tooth design in preparation for restoring a tooth cavity preparation
internal surface of a cavity preparation cavity wall
cavity preparation step that allows the dentist easier access when restoring a tooth convenience form
a space between two teeth diastema
type of dentistry that improves the appearance of teeth by camouflaging defects and whitening teeth esthetic dentistry
junction of two walls in a cavity preparation line angle
term commonly used to describe restorative and esthetic dentistry operative dentistry
outline form design and initial depth of sound tooth structure used by the dentist when restoring a tooth
pulpal wall surface of the cavity preparation perpendicular to the pulp of a tooth
resistance form shape and placement of cavity walls in preparation for tooth restoration
use of a dental material to restore a tooth or teeth to a functional permanent unit restoration
type of dentistry that restores teeth by removing decay and restoring defects restorative dentistry
shaping of the cavity walls to aid in retaining the restoration retention from
retention pin basis of a stronger system used to retain and support a tooth restoration
veneer thin layer of composite resin or porcelain bonded or cemented to a prepared facial surface
Specific conditions that determine the need for restorative dentistry include initial or recurring decay, replacement of a failed restoration, abrasion or wearing away of tooth structure, and erosion of tooth structure
restorative dentistry is indicated when teeth are to be retored to their : original form and shape through the use of direct and indirect restorative materials.
specific conditions that result in the need for esthetic treatment include the following discoloration caused by extrinsic or intrinsic staining , anomolies caused by developmental disturbances, abnormal spacing between teeth, and trauma
which class restorations would you need to use a matrix band for II, III, IV
a retention pin is placed when: a cusp is missing
a dentist would recommend placement of an intermediate restoration for what reasons to wiat and determine the health of a tooth, while waiting to receive a permanent restoration adn for financial reasons.
in office whiteneing can be done in as little time as 1 hour
thermal hypersinsitivity and tissue irritation adverse effects of tooth whitening
Created by: cynthia.fryer
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