5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- No, only permanent centrals, laterals, canines, and 1st/2nd premolars
- 1 year
- a # of teeth in the primary dentition
- b Are the permanent first, second, and third molars considered succedaneous teeth?
- c By what age are all tooth crowns complete?
- d On the mandibular first molar, what is the primitive cusp name for the following:
- e True or False: The teeth are strategically positioned in the arches at varied and coordinated degrees of inclination.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Process by which the tissues of the developing tooth become hardened by the deposits of calcium salts.
- A special ridge to canines that is NOT found on the facial surface. This is the only anterior tooth to have this anatomy.
- In the mandibular anterior teeth, what tooth has a middle third proximal contact point on its distal side?
- Where are the developing follicles of permanent molars located?
- What is the last primary tooth crown to be completed? How old is the child?
5 True/False questions
Maxillary canine → In the mandibular anterior teeth, what tooth has a middle third proximal contact point on its distal side?
Central Incisor (2 degrees) → 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?
Maxillary Central Incisor (mesial is largest, 3.5mm) → From a facial reference point, which maxillary teeth display the smallest deviation from the vertical axis?*
Tooth Follicle → A special transverse ridge which forms from the union of the triangular ridge of the distofacial cusp and the distal cusp ridge of the mesiolingual cusp.
Cervical third (0.5 mm) → The height of contour of the maxillary posterior teeth on the lingual surface is located where?