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Bio dental midterm 1

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Another name for the upper jaw is the____________? maxilla
__________is the process of chewing? mastication
Your patient has both deciduous and adult teeth in their dentition. This is referred to as a_________dentition? mixed
If a patient has all of their permanent teeth, they have_____teeth? 32
True or False, Deciduous teeth normally begin to exfoliate around the age of 2. False, its actually around the age of 6
list the teeth present in the mandibular arch of the permanent dentition that are not in the mandibular arch of the primary dentition? Be specific. There are 6 of these teeth. Mandibular left 3rd molar Mandibular left 2nd premolar Mandibular left 1st premolar Mandibular right 1st premolar Madibular right 2nd premolar Madibular right 3rd molar
A 21 year old patient complains of upper posterior pain distal to the maxillary right 2nd molar. The maxillary left third molar is more than likely causing the patient's pain. true or false? False, you would not have tooth pain in the right quadrant caused by a tooth in the left quadrant.
A 60 year old patient presents with gingival recession. What type of eruption would we consider this? passive
Name the deciduous teeth in order from anterior to posterior on the upper right quadrant. (hint....start from the midline) Deciduous maxillary right central incisor Deciduous maxillary right lateral incisor Deciduous maxillary right canine Deciduous maxillary right first molar Deciduous maxillay right 2nd molar
Dentition The arrangement of teeth in the dental arch, Maxilla and Mandible together make up the dental arch.
Maxilla Upper arch (jaw) fixed to the skull
Mandible Lower Arch (jaw)
Adjacent teeth teeth that are next to each other
you have 4 teeth in the maxillary arch and 12 on your mandibular how many teeth do you have in your dentition? 4, 12, 32, 16 16 teeth in your dentition
each arch is divided into quadrants, what are the quadrants divided by? A midline
how many teeth are in a quadrant? 8 teeth
At what age to your Deciduous teeth start to erupt? Between 6 & 8 months of age.
At what age should all Deciduous teeth finish erupting? How many teeth are in this dentition? Between 2 ¹/₂ & 3 years and there are 20 teeth in the dentition
Deciduous dentition, after the canine what teeth fallow to make up the rest of the dentition? First molar and Second molar
When naming teeth we start at the _______ and when counting teeth using the Universal system we start at the _______ Midline, and Maxillary Right 3rd molar
Incisors are used to ______ cut
Canine are used to ______ Tear
Molars _______ Chew (mastication)
How old are you when you can expect to start getting your permanent teeth? Around 5 or 6 years old
In the permanent dentition what teeth are usually the first to erupt? Permanent central incisors and 1st molar
What does the permeant dentition have that the primary does not? Premolars
What are Non - Succedaneous teeth? A tooth that takes the place ( succeeds) of another tooth
Name the non succedaneous teeth. premolar, pushes your baby molars out. and your wisdom all permanent molars are non succedaneous
What range of teeth make up anterior teeth? Incisors to the canines
what range of teeth make up posterior teeth in the permanent dentition? 1st premolar to the 3rd molar.
whats another name for canine? Cuspid
Whats another name for premolars? Bicuspids
when NAMING teeth do you start with the right or left maxillary central incisors? Left
1st molars are also known as? 6 year molars.
2nd molars are also known as? 12 year molars
canines and premolars erupt at what age? 11 years old
What is active eruption? the initial eruption period that continues until the tooth is fully erupted (through the tissue)
What is passive eruption? When more of the tooth is exposed due to gingival recession. (happened later in life)
Created by: ashblake4