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Bio Dental midterm 5

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True or False With ideal/normal occlusion the maxillary anterior teeth overlap the incisal edge of the mandibular teeth by 10mm. False the overlap is 2mm
True or False With ideal/normal occlusion the mesial buccal cusp of the maxillary 2nd permanent molar occludes in the buccal groove of the mandibular 1st molar False
A malocclusion can only occur if multiple teeth are malpositioned? False, even one tooth out of place counts for malocclusion
Tooth is mesial to normal position____________? Mesioverted
Tooth is rotated or turned. torsiverted
Tooth is positioned below the normal line of occlusion. infraversion
Edge to Edge Bite
Anterior open bite
Normal or similar to normal/ideal occlusion? mesiognathic Neutrocclusion
Anterior Crossbite
True or False With ideal/normal occlusion the maxillary anterior teeth overlap the incisal edge of the mandibular teeth by 10mm. False the overlap is 2mm
True or False With ideal/normal occlusion the mesial buccal cusp of the maxillary 2nd permanent molar occludes in the buccal groove of the mandibular 1st molar False
A malocclusion can only occur if multiple teeth are malpositioned? False, even one tooth out of place counts for malocclusion
Tooth is mesial to normal position____________? Mesioverted
Tooth is rotated or turned. torsiverted
Tooth is positioned below the normal line of occlusion. infraversion
Edge to Edge Bite
Anterior open bite
Normal or similar to normal/ideal occlusion? mesiognathic Neutrocclusion
Anterior Crossbite
Alba White
Buccal Cheek
Frenum folds of tissue
labial lip
linea line
lingual tongue
mental chin
nasal relating to the nose
naso nose
oral mouth
plica fold of tissue
raphia seam of tissue
sub under
supra above
oral mucosa pink, protective,firm on the gums. lose on the cheeks
Masticatory Mucosa (chewing) covers the gums and palate
Specialized Mucosa covers dorsum of the tongue
Lining mucosa covers all of the oral cavity
oral vestibule (window shopping) area between inner lips and cheeks and front surfaces of the teeth
oral cavity extends from the lingual inner surfaces to the oropharynx (opening to the throat)
Labial fermium fold of mucous membrane that connects two parts. lips to the gums
Buccal Fermium fold of soft tissue extending from the alveolar mucosa to the buccal mucosa Jaw to cheeks canines back
Maxillary tuberosity (MAX ONLY) small rounded extension of bone posterior to the last molar, covered by soft tissue (wisdom tooth area)
Retro molar area (MAND ONLY) triangle area covered with soft tissue
Stensen papilla duct located buccal mucosa opposite the maxillary 1st molar
linea alba raised horizontal line on the buccal mucosa at the occlusal line
gingiva stippled (orange peel) surrounding the necks of teeth an covers the jaw bone, helps anchor the teeth
Fordyce Granules small yellow spots located in the buccal mucosa and inner lip.
Anterior Tonsillar pillar folds of tissue that extend horizontally from the uvula to the base of the tongue (think cave)
Posterior tonsillar pillar set of arches of tissue behind the anterior tonsillar pillar
Palatine rugae ridges that run horizontally across the hard palate behind the incisor papilla
Incisive papilla raised area of tissue behind maxillary central incisors, (burn this all the time)
Papilla raphe raised line that extends down your midline
Torus extra bone on the palate (looks like cauliflower)
Palatine tonsils lymphatic tissue masses (a cavity in your tonsils)
Labial commissure closure line of the lips.
philtrum area below the nose to the center of the upper lip
vermillion zone pink area of the lips
Vermillion border boarders the pink part of your lip.
nazo labial groove from the center of your nose to the corner of the lips
labio mental groove center of the lower lip to the chin
labial tubercle small projection in the middle of the upper lip may enlarge or become bulbous (actually on he lip)
Land marks ala of the nose tragus of the ear hence ala tragus line (x rays)
Papilla small raised projections covering the dorsal (top) lateral and apex (tip) of the tongue that have taste buds
circumvallate papillae largest, mushroom shaped, row of 8-10, first "v" (remember the "v" circumVallate)
Sulcus Terminalis 2nd "V"
foramen cecum a pit like depression where the sulcus thermals point backwards toward the throat (tip of the second "V")
filiform papillae hair like, gives tongue a velvet feel, turns white when there is build up
fungiform papillae strawberry effect
foliate papillae sides of the tongue on the 3rd portion of the tongue
median sulcus midline of the tongue
lingual frenum (string) attached tissue that extends from the tongue to the floor of the mouth. (ripped it once)
sublingual caruncle opening duct for the submandibular and sublingual salivary glands
xerostomia dry mouth, bad because there is no self cleaning mechanism and food is harder to break down.
Created by: ashblake4