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Book: Modern Dental Assisting - vocab review - Moisture Control

Aspirate To draw back or to draw within
Bow Rounded part of clamp that extends through the dental dam
Exposed Pertaining to selected teeth visible through the dam; "exposed"
Jaws Part of a clamp that is shaped into four prongs to help stabilize the clamp on the tooth
Malaligned Displaced out of line, especially teeth displaced from normal relation to the line of the dental arch; also called "malposed"
Septum Dental dam material located between the holes of the punched dam
Stylus Sharp, pointed tool used for cutting.
Universal Pertaining to the same clamp that can be placed on the same type of tooth in the opposite quadrant
Winged Clamp Type of dental dam clamp that has extensions to help retain the dental dam
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