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Mod C Unit II

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QuestionAnswer
Primary teeth, firs set of teeth Deciduous
Third tooth from the midline used for tearing food Canine or Cuspid
first tooth starting from midline; used to cut or bite food central incisor
lower arch in dentition mandibular arch
Second tooth from the midline used for cutting lateral incisor
upper arch in the dentition maxillary arch
Imaginary line that dividees the dental arches into two halves. Imaginary vertiacl line bisecting the head as the middle of the face;determines right and left. midline
Teeth used to chew food; large grinding teeth located in posterior of the mouth molar
Two sections fromed by the imaginary line dividing the dental arches in two halves quadrant
a divice that provides air or water or a combination spray of air and water air-water syringe
A small machine that mixes dental amagalm and other materials. amalgamator
a high-intensity light that hardens or sets many dental materials curing light
fluoride applied to the teeth in the dental office fluoride application
act by which a medical or dental professional places the hand over the patient's mouth and calmly explains behavior expectations; requires informed consent. hand-over-mouth technique
growth and learning on a certian level maturation
technique that aims to modify a patient's undesirable behavior by pairing the patient with another who demonstrates more desirable behavior modeling technique
fears based on a person's experiences objective fears
dental care for children pedodontics
fears based on feelings, attitudes and concers that have developed from suggestions by others subjective fears
four zones of an area around the patient; operating, assisting, static, and transfer activity zones
material commonly used as a sealant for occulusal pits fnd fissures dental composite resins (BIS-GMA)
technique used to treat permanent tooth when pulp has been exposed due to mechanical or traumatic means but chance exists that the pulp will heal; involves placing of medicament directly over exposed pulp followed by tooth restoration direct pulp capping (DPC)
system in which the dentist and dental assistant work together at the dental chair four-handed system
technique used when treating permanent teeth with poetentially infectious tissue (due to caries or traumatic injury) when pulp is not exposed but when pulp may be exposed during tissue removal; also known as indirect pulp capping indirect pulp treatment (IPT)
protective devices that prevent preamature loss or fracture of teeth mouth guards
system in which the dentist and two dental assistants work together at the dental chair six-handed dentistry
custom-made bands constructed with the use of a spot-welding unit and used in class II restorations; does not require a retainer spot welded matrix band
restorative band made of brass strips that are crossed at one end;secured on primary teeth; adjustable, do not require a retainer t-band matrix
habit whereby a person's (usually child) tongue pushes against the anterior teeth during swallowing, causing an anterior open bite tongue thrusting
a condition in which the tooth, cementum, or dentin fuses with the alveolar bone, restricting movement of the toothstiff joint; tooth fixation, retention of deciduous tooth ankylosis
a tooth that has been removed from the mouth. it should be replanted immediately (if possible)or transported to the dentist in milk, saliva, saline, or water avulsed tooth
the process by which materials adhere firmly or hold together bonding
the five classifications that show the amount of motion with which the dental team is involved classifications of motion
study of work and space, including factors taht affect worker's health, productivity, and mental well- being ergonomics
conditioned by a phosphoric or other type of acid solution that is applied to a clean tooth etch
permanent cementation with diverse types and spplications glass ionomers
non-vital therapy involving tooth extraction and complete removal of the pulp pulpectomy
removal of pulp exclusively in the coronal portion of the tooth pulpotomy
occours when the teeth are forcibly driven into the alveolus tramatic intrusion
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