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Chapter 14


Universal Numbering system 1-32 where maxillary right 3rd molar is #1 and the right mandibular 3rd molar is #32. Primary teeth are lettered A-T or #D (deciduous)so the right maxillary 2nd molar is A or 1D and the right mandibular 2nd molar is T or 20D
FDI the teeth are numbered 1-8 with 4 quadrants. 1 being your incisors and 8 being your molars and are recorded with their quadrant numbers. EX... the maxillary right lateral incisor would be charted *12* and the mandibular right lateral incisor would be *42*
Palmer numbered 1-8 with brackets to represent the quadrants. primary dentition would be lettered A-E
Class 1 caries are in the pits and fissures of the teeth. can be found on the occlusal surfaces of the posterior teeth,buccal or lingual pits on the molars and the lingual pit near the cingulum of the maxillary incisors.
Class 2 caries can be found on the mesial and distal surfaces of the posterior teeth
Class 3 caries can be found on the mesial and distal surfaces of the anterior teeth
Class 4 caries can be found on the mesial, distal and incisal edge of the anterior teeth
Class 5 caries occur on the cervical third of the facial or lingual surface of the tooth. taking medications, chewing gum, or drinking soda will cause caries on the posterior teeth.
class 6 caries not part of the original classification set by G.V. Black but are cavities that involve the incisal and occlusal surfaces that have been worn away due to abrasion
Abutments are the supporting/attaching sides of the bridge
Pontic the middle space or where the missing tooth should be for the bridge
simple cavity involves one surface of a tooth
compound cavity involves two surfaces of a tooth
Complex cavity involves more then two surfaces of a tooth
Crowns several different types of combinations made up of gold, porcelain, stainless steal or plastic
Full Denture replaces a full arch of a patient when all of the permenent teeth need to be replaced
Partial Denture when only some of a patients natural teeth are missing. artifical teeth are mounted on metal framework
Red (Charting) represents work that needs to be done
Blue (charting) Represents work that is existing or has been completed
Amalgam Restoration outlined and filled in circles on the ares of the tooth
Composite Restoration outlines of circles on the areas of the tooth
Calcuclus a hard calcified deposit of mineralized plaque found on the teeth, restorations and dental appliances. also known as tartar and is represented by "c"'s over the tops of the teeth on the chart
rootcanal when the pulp is removed and replaced with a filling material. represented by a line right down the middle of the root of a tooth.
impaction teeth that are unerupted. represented by circling the whole tooth on a chart
Implant a replicated false tooth to replace a natural tooth. represented by lines horizontally through the root of a tooth on a chart
MOD Amalgam represented by small round marks on the mesial, distal and occlusal surfaces of a tooth on a chart
Abscessed tooth represented by a circle on top of the root of a tooth n the chart
Occlusal the top surface of the posterior teeth
LI linguo-incisal (compound cavity)
DO disto-occlusal (compound cavity)
I inscial (simple cavity)
MOD mesio-occluso-distal (complex cavity)
MODBL mesio-occuso-disto-bucco-lingual (complex cavity)
Diastema the space between two adjacent teeth on the same arch
Drifting the movement of teeth. represented by arrows pointing in the direction of the movement on a chart
mobility when a tooth moves in the socket caused by peridontal disease or trauma, represented by roman numerals I-IV to indicated in millimeters the distance travled
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