5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Distal or posterior to the primary molars
- Mesial of the maxillary lateral incisor
Mesial of the maxillary canine
- Incisogingival ovoid
- a What describes the shape of the proximal contact point?
- b Where are the developing follicles of permanent molars located?
- c Where would you find a proximal contact area at the junction of the incisal and middle thirds in the maxilla?
- d Do males or females exhibit earlier eruption timeframes?
- e Is an ideal plane of occulsion flat or curved?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- True or False: The base of a triangular fossa is a marginal ridge.
- From a proximal reference point, which maxillary teeth display the smallest deviation from the vertical axis?*
(A) Which crown?
(B) Which crown?
- Process by which the tissues of the developing tooth become hardened by the deposits of calcium salts.
- True or False: The teeth are strategically positioned in the arches at varied and coordinated degrees of inclination.
5 True/False Questions
Pure → In order to be a ______ transverse ridge, both ridges must be triangular.
False (Triangular ridge of a distofacial cusp ) →
True or False: The arrow indicates a facial ridge of the distolingual cusp.
Tooth Follicle → Center of calcification that contains the developing tooth and odontogenic organ.
Mandibular → Is the height of curvature of the cervical line greater on the mesial or distal side?
Cervical third (0.5 mm) → What is the height of contour (or greatest convexity) found on all facial surfaces, and on lingual surfaces of anterior teeth, at the cervical third of the crown?