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DA Chapter 14 review

DA Dental Charting review Chapter 14

Charting in most offices is the method of recording conditions in the patients oral cavity. T/F True
The initial charting/recording the conditions of the patients oral cavity is normally accomplished during the patients first examination. T/F True
Forensics dentistry also uses the patients dental record to provide information and to identify individuals involved in homicides. T/F True
The chart that shows the crown of the tooth, the crown and a small portion of the root, or crown and the complete root is called geometric. T/F False
The most commonly used chart is one with diagrams of the teeth that may show an anatomic or geometric representation of the teeth. T/F True
The space between two adjacent teeth in the same dental arch is called a diastema. T/F True...if they are the central incisors. It is called open contact if between other teeth than the centrals.
__________ dentistry uses patients dental records to identify individuals involved in a tradgedy. A. Pediatric B. Orthodontic C. Prosthodontic D. Forensic D. forensic
Most dental charts will show 1. anatomic representation of teeth 2. geometric representation of the teeth 3. cavity classification 4. Primary dentition 5. abbreviated tooth surfaces 6. permanent dentition 1,2,4,6
The________is the most common numbering system in the U.S. a. Universal b. FDI c. ISO d. Palmer a. Universal
How many original standard classifications of cavities were developed by G.V. Black? a.2 b.3 c.4 d.5 d.5
Which cavities are referred to as simple? class I, class V and class VI
A_________cavity involves the incisal and or an occlusal edge worn away due to abrasion. class VI
The attatching sides of a bridge are called? abutments
The portion of the bridge that replaces the missing tooth is called? a pontic
__________is a term used to identify a localized area of infection abcess
All teeth support one another.________can occur when a tooth is removed and a space is created. Drifting
__________refers to an area that does not yet show decay, but the surface has begun to decalcify Incipient
__________is the result if excessive restorative material an overhang
What prosthetic device replaces missing teeth by metal framework and artificial teeth? partial denture
Sulcus depth of______is normal 1-3 millimeters
the charting color for work to be done is... red
the charting color for completed or existing work is... blue
which numbering system gives primary teeth a letter or a "d" with a number? universal
what type of restoration is outlined and filled in solidly with blue? amalgam or alloy
which restoration would be charted with swervy lines? stainless steel
Composite restorations are charted by... outlining
what is a compound cavity? a cavity involving 2 surfaces
a mesio-occlusal-distal is a technical term for a ___________cavity restoration complex
In this numbering system the permanent teeth are numbered 1-8 in each quadrant palmer
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