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Unit 17

Dental

QuestionAnswer
Deciduous dentition consists of 20 teeth
Succedanoues dentition consist of 32 teeth
all of the primary teeth have erupted By the time a child is approximately 2 years old
A tooth that contains two roots is bifurcated
The pulp of a tooth provides______ sensation and nourishment for the tooth and helps produce dentin.
The periodontal ligament acts as a shock absorber and prevents_____ the tooth from resting on or rubbing the bone during chewing.
The supporting structures and tissues of the teeth are meant to _____ last a life time
There are no bicuspids in _______ deciduous dentition.
The alveolar process contains a series of ____ sockets, one for each tooth.
The mandibular left central incisor is an anterior tooth. an anterior tooth.
Forms, symbols, and abbreviations used in charting dental conditions ______ vary from office to office.
Dental charts are legal records and must be ____ complete, neat, and correct.
what position is a patient placed in when in the dental chair supine
A germicide spray is used in the oral evacuation system to prevent _____ the growth of organisms and development of odors.
rotary instruments used to cut, shape, finish, and polish teeth, restorations, and dental appliances ____ Burs
What should be worn at all times while handpieces are in use? gloves, masks, and protective eyewear
What are important parts of prophylactic care? correct brushing and flossing
What area of teeth must be cleaned with floss? the interproximal surfaces
are not subject to dimension changes as much as are alginates. rubber-base impression materials
an impression tray made to fit a particular patient’s mouth is called_____ a custom tray
What is frequently added to an anesthetic carpule to act as a vasoconstrictor? Epinephrine
What may include a filling material, crown, bridge, denture, partial denture, or implant a restorative
What metal is liquid at room temperature. mercury
Developing and fixing solutions for dental radiographs must be replaced when ___ they are outdated, diluted, or causing poor quality images on the film.
Odontology is the study of ____ the anatomy, growth, and diseases of the teeth.
The vasoconstrictors added to some anesthetic carpules can be dangerous for patients____ with heart disease, hyperthyroidism, and hypertension.
Eruption of the first primary dentition usually begins at ____. 6 months
The section of the tooth visible in the mouth is the ____. crown
The section of the tooth sometimes called the neck or cemento-enamel junction is the ____. cervix
The hardest tissue in the mouth that covers the outside of the crown is ____. enamel
The tissue of the tooth made of blood vessels and nerves held in place by connective tissue is the ____. pulp
The bone tissue that contains a series of sockets and surrounds the roots of the teeth is the ____. alveolar process or ridge
The longest teeth in the mouth located at the angles of the lips are the ____. cuspids
To use the Universal Numbering System on secondary teeth, start numbering the teeth at the ____. maxillary right third molar
The crown surface of anterior teeth next to the tongue is ____. lingual
The crown surface of posterior teeth next to the face or cheek is ____. buccal
Which of the following rules does not apply when naming line angles? use labial or lingual as the first part of the word
On a dental chart, a small circle with a dot in the middle drawn on the surface of a tooth indicates a/an ____. composite restoration
On a dental chart, two lines drawn through the entire diagram of a tooth indicates a/an ____. tooth has been extracted
On a dental chart, the abbreviation Am or Amal stands for ____. amalgam restoration
The dental equipment that provides air pressure to operate the handpieces and air syringes is the ____. air compressor
How far should the dental light be positioned from the oral cavity in order to illuminate the mouth? 30 to 50 inches
The handpiece that uses low-volume suction to remove fluids from the mouth is the ____. saliva ejector
The irreversible, hydrocolloid impression material that is not good for impressions of cavity preparations requiring fine detail is ____. alginate
How many cubic centimeters of water should be used with 100 grams of plaster to pour a model? 45 to 50
The type of anesthetic applied to the mucous membrane to desensitize the area of injection is a/an ____. topical
A protective material that is placed over the pulpal area of a tooth to reduce irritation and thermal shock is a/an ____. base
The metal in amalgam alloy that is used in very small amounts to remove oxides and other impurities is ____. zinc
The dental instruments used to remove calculus (tartar) and debris from the teeth are ____. scalers
The instrument used to pack amalgam into a cavity preparation is a ____. condenser-plugger
An example of a radiolucent structure on an X-ray is ____. pulp
Using the Universal Numbering System for identifying the teeth, state the correct code for the following primary teeth: maxillary right lateral incisor D
Using the Universal Numbering System for identifying the teeth, state the correct code for the following primary teeth: mandibular left first molar L
Using the Universal Numbering System for identifying the teeth, state the correct code for the following primary teeth: mandibular right cuspid R
Using the Universal Numbering System for identifying the teeth, state the correct code for the following primary teeth: maxillary left central incisor F
Using the Universal Numbering System for identifying the teeth, state the correct name for the following primary teeth: S mandibular right first molar
Using the Universal Numbering System for identifying the teeth, state the correct name for the following primary teeth: H maxillary left cuspid
Using the Universal Numbering System for identifying the teeth, state the correct name for the following primary teeth: B maxillary right first molar
Using the Universal Numbering System for identifying the teeth, state the correct name for the following primary teeth: N mandibular left lateral incisor
Using the Universal Numbering System for identifying the teeth, state the correct code for the following permanent teeth: maxillary right first molar 3
Using the Universal Numbering System for identifying the teeth, state the correct code for the following permanent teeth: mandibular left first bicuspid 21
Using the Universal Numbering System for identifying the teeth, state the correct code for the following permanent teeth: maxillary left cuspid 11
Using the Universal Numbering System for identifying the teeth, state the correct code for the following permanent teeth: mandibular right central incisor 25
Using the Universal Numbering System for identifying the teeth, state the correct name for the following permanent teeth: 15 maxillary left second molar
Using the Universal Numbering System for identifying the teeth, state the correct name for the following permanent teeth: 23 mandibular left lateral incisor
Using the Universal Numbering System for identifying the teeth, state the correct name for the following permanent teeth: 27 mandibular right cuspid
Using the Universal Numbering System for identifying the teeth, state the correct name for the following permanent tooth: 4 maxillary right second bicuspid
Using the Federation Dentaire International System for identifying the teeth, state the correct code for the following primary tooth: maxillary right cuspid 53
Using the Federation Dentaire International System for identifying the teeth, state the correct code for the following primary tooth: mandibular left central incisor 71
Using the Federation Dentaire International System for identifying the teeth, state the correct code for the following primary tooth: maxillary left second molar 65
Using the Federation Dentaire International System for identifying the teeth, state the correct code for the following primary tooth: mandibular right lateral incisor 82
Using the Federation Dentaire International System for identifying the teeth, state the correct name for the following primary teeth: 85 mandibular right second molar
Using the Federation Dentaire International System for identifying the teeth, state the correct name for the following primary teeth: 51 maxillary right central incisor
Using the Federation Dentaire International System for identifying the teeth, state the correct name for the following primary teeth: 73 mandibular left cuspid
Using the Federation Dentaire International System for identifying the teeth, state the correct name for the following primary teeth: 62 maxillary left central incisor
Using the Federation Dentaire International System for identifying the teeth, state the correct code for the following permanent teeth: mandibular left central incisor 31
Using the Federation Dentaire International System for identifying the teeth, state the correct code for the following permanent teeth: maxillary left second bicuspid 25
Using the Federation Dentaire International System for identifying the teeth, state the correct code for the following permanent teeth: mandibular right cuspid 43
Using the Federation Dentaire International System for identifying the teeth, state the correct code for the following permanent teeth: maxillary right second molar 17
Using the Federation Dentaire International System for identifying the teeth, state the correct name for each of the following permanent teeth: 11 maxillary right central incisor
Using the Federation Dentaire International System for identifying the teeth, state the correct name for each of the following permanent teeth: 34 mandibular left first bicuspid
Using the Federation Dentaire International System for identifying the teeth, state the correct name for each of the following permanent teeth: 48 mandibular right third molar
Using the Federation Dentaire International System for identifying the teeth, state the correct name for each of the following permanent teeth: 22 maxillary left lateral incisor
What is the correct name for the line angles formed by the following surfaces. Give the correct abbreviation for each name. occlusal and mesial mesioocclusal, MO
What is the correct name for the line angles formed by the following surfaces. Give the correct abbreviation for each name. labial and distal distolabial, DLa
What is the correct name for the line angles formed by the following surfaces. Give the correct abbreviation for each name. lingual and incisal inguoincisal, LiI
What is the correct name for the line angles formed by the following surfaces. Give the correct abbreviation for each name. distal and buccal distobuccal, DB
What is the correct name for the point angles formed by each of the following surfaces. Give the correct abbreviation for each name. labial, mesial, and incisal mesiolabioincisal, MLaI
What is the correct name for the point angles formed by each of the following surfaces. Give the correct abbreviation for each name. incisal, lingual, and distal distolinguoincisal, DLiI
What is the correct name for the point angles formed by each of the following surfaces. Give the correct abbreviation for each name. occlusal, distal, and buccal distobuccoocclusal, DBO
What is the correct name for the point angles formed by each of the following surfaces. Give the correct abbreviation for each name. mesial, occlusal, and lingual mesiolinguoocclusal, MLiO
latch-type contain a groove at the end; friction-grip are smooth and held in place by a friction chuck The difference between latch-type and friction-grip burs.
scrubbed thoroughly to remove debris, rinsed, dried, and sterilized according to manufacturer’s instructions How should handpieces be cleaned after being used on a patient?
plaque the name of the thin, tenacious, filmlike deposit that adheres to the teeth
ways to prevent the formation of air bubbles while pouring gypsum models stir and spatulate the mix carefully, place the mix on a vibrator to remove air bubbles
points that must be checked before inserting an anesthetic carpule into an aspirating syringe. no breaks in glass; solution is clear in color; rubber plunger is basically level with or just slightly below the top of the cartridge; only a small bubble is present; aluminum cap has no rust
What is the brand name of a product for the following dental cements or bases: zinc oxide eugenol IRM, Cavitec, Wonder Pak, Interval
What is the brand name of a product for the following dental cements or bases: varnish Copal, Copalite, Varnal, Handi Liner
What is the brand name of a product for the following dental cements or bases: calcium hydroxide Dycal, Preline, Hypocal, Dropsin
What is the brand name of a product for the following dental cements or bases: carboxylate Durelon, Hybond, Tylock Plus
safety precautions that must be observed when a curing light is used to polymerize composite? dentist and dental assistant must wear light-filtering glasses or use light-screening paddles, patient must be asked to close his or her eyes
three basic instruments that are placed on every dental procedure tray mouth mirror, explorer, cotton pliers
convex placement shows the facial surface; concave placement shows the lingual surface difference between concave and convex dimple placement when mounting dental X-rays.
leaking amalgam capsule, mercury spill, air exposure while preparing and dispensing amalgam, particle release while polishing a restoration or removing old amalgam restorations, improper storage of amalgam scraps potential sources of a mercury vapor
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