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DENTAL QUIZ

Question Answer
HOW MANY TEETH DOES AN ADULT HAVE 32 TEETH
ARE WISDOM TEETH CONSIDERED MOLAR TEETH YES
EXTRACTION MEANS WHAT? TO REMOVE (OR TAKE OUT) A TOOTH
PALATE ROOF OF THE MOUTH
INCISOR TOOTH FRONT TOOTH, USED TO TEAR
ENAMEL HARD OUTERMOST LAYER OF THE TOOTH
AMYLASE ENZYME SECRETED BY THE PANCREAS TO DIGEST FOOD
PULP SOFT TISSUE WITHIN TOOTH CONTAINING BLOOD, AND NERVES VESSELS
ANTERIOR FRONT
POSTERIOR BACK
BUCCAL CHEEK
LABIAL LIP
LINGUAL TONGUE
UVULA SOFT TISSUE HANGING FROM THE MIDDLE OF THE SOFT PALATE
DENTIN PRIMARY MATERIAL FOUND IN TEETH. COVERED BY THE ENAMEL IN THE CROWN AND PROTECTIVE LAYER OF CEMENTUM IN THE ROOTH
DIGESTIVE BREAKDOWN OF COMPLEX FOOD TO SIMPLE FORMS
CANINE POINTED DOG LIKE TEETH, NEXT TO THE INCISORS. ALSO, CALLED CUSPID OR EYETEETH.
MASTICATION CHEWING
MOLAR TEETH THE 6TH, 7TH AND 8TH TEETH FROM THE MIDDLE ON EITHER SIDE OF THE DENTAL ARCH.
PREMOLAR TEETH ARE THE 4TH AND 5TH TEETH, BEFORE THE MOLARS
HOW MANY QUADRANTS ARE THERE 4 UR, UL, LR, LL
GINGIVA ALSO, CALLED GUMS. TISSUE SURROUNDING THE SOCKETS OF THE TEETH
MANDIBULAR LOWER JAW
MAXILLARY UPPER JAW
FACIAL TOOTH FACES THE FRONT TOUCH THE LIP
LINGUAL TONGUE TOUCH THE BACK SIDE OF ALL TEETH
LABIAL LIP, INCISOR AND CANINE IS NEAREST TO THE LIP
BUCCAL TEETH TOUCH THE INSIDE OF THE CHEEK, MOLAR AND PREMOLAR
DISTAL AWAY FROM THE MIDLINE (MIDDLE)
MESIAL MIDDLE OF THE MIDLINE
OCCLUSAL CHEWING SURFACE ON THE MIDDLE OF MOLAR AND PREMOLAR TEETH.
OCCLUSION CLOSING OF THE TEETH THAT COMES TOGETHER(CONTACT WITH)
WHAT TEETH ARE CONSIDERED ANTERIOR TEETH 6,7,8,9,10,11 (UPPER) AND 22,23,24,25,26,27 (lOWER)
WHAT TEETH ARE CONSIDERED POSTERIOR TEETH 1,2,3,4,5,12,13,14,15,16 (UPPER) AND 17,18,19,20,21,28,29,30,31,32 (LOWER)
PRIMARY TEETH ARE MISSING PREMOLAR (BICUSPID) AND WISDOM TEETH
PREMOLAR AND BISCUSPID ARE THE SAME TEETH TRUE
INTERPROXIMAL MEAN BETWEEN
DDS DOCTOR OF DENTAL SURGERY
DECAY, CARIES, CARIOUS, CAVITY MEAN THE SAME-PROGESSIVE DISEASE THAT DEMINERALIZES ENAMEL, ENTERS INTO THE DENTIN AND REACHES TO THE PULP
DMD DOCTOR OF MEDICINE
CDT CURRENT DENTAL TERMINOLOGY
PROPHYLAXIS CLEANING OF TEETH. REMOVAL OF STAINS AND PLAGUE AND TARTER
RADIOLOGY X-RAY OF TEETH
FMX FULL MOUTH X-RAYS
APEX END OF THE TOOTH ROOT
APICAL FORAMEN SMALL OPENING OF THE APEX (ROOT)H
ROOT PART OF APEX LOCATED IN AVEOLAR PROCESS
AMALGAM RESTORATIVE FILLING DENTIST REMOVE THE DECAY FROM THE TOOTH, THEN REPLACE IT WITH AN AMALGAM MATERIAL MADE OUT OF MERCURY AND SILVER ALLOY. MEANS RESTORE THE TOOTH OR TEETH
COMPOSTIE RESTORATIVE FILLING TOOTH COLORED MATERIAL (WHITE OR IVORY) USED TO FILL THE TOOTH OR TEEHT. DECAY IS REMOVED AND PLACED WITH MATERIAL. THIS IS COSMETIC AND USUALLY NOT COVERED UNDER INSURANCE.
CROWN (CAP) COVERS A BROKEN,CHIPPED TOOTH, OR A TOOTH THAT HAD A ROOT CANAL.
ADAA AMERICAN DENTAL ASSISTANT ASSOCIATION
Created by: anjohnson