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Dental Morph and His

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line that is formed around tooth where the junction of the enamel and cementum meet cervical or clinical margin
Attached to the alveolar bones by fibers of the peridontal ligament cementum
toothe socket alveolar bone
thin layer of bone that lines tooth socket lamina dura
small fibers that attach the root to the lamina dura periodontal ligaments
1-3 mm deep free gingiva
surface facing the lips, cuspid to cuspid labial
surface facing the cheek, premolars and molars buccal
buccal or labial facial
surface facing the tongue lingual
surface furthest from midline distal
surface towards midline mesial
bitting surface of anterior teeth incisal
grinding surface of posterior teeth occlusal
1/4 of arch quadrant
succedaneous teeth permanant teeth that replace primary
dentition teeth
1st, 2nd, and third molar come in when 6, 12 and 17
exfoliation to shed
lobe developmental segment of tooth usually on seen in deciduous teeth
mamelon 1 of 3 prominences on the incisal edge of a newly erupted incisor. Wear away due to use
pit pointed depression in the surface of a tooth
sulcus elongated valley in the surface of a tooth formed by ridges which meet at an angle; depression between the cusp and ridges
fossa valley or depression in tooth surface
disorders of the pulp pulpsones(calcium deposits), pulpitis (inflammation) and necrotic pulp(dead, can be saved via root canal)
periodontium tooth and supporting tissue(cementum, periodontal ligament, alveolar and gingiva
The molars are not ____ succedaneous
supernumerary more than 32 teeth
Created by: tizzdale