5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Max = IJ JM JM
- Oblique Ridge
- Curved plane of occlusion
- Mesial and Distal Lingual Fossa
- a Lingual ridges of anterior canines create what surfaces?
- b 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.
- c Is the dental follicle of developing permanent anterior teeth positioned facial or lingual to the primary tooth roots?
- d What are the locations of proximal contact areas in the maxilla?
- e Permits simultaneous functional contacts to occur in controlled areas of the dental arch. Permits maximum use of tooth contacts during function.
5 Multiple choice questions
- From a facial reference point, which mandibular teeth display the smallest deviation from the vertical axis?*
- Where would you find two mesial surfaces making a proximal surface? What other teeth only have 1 proximal surface?
- Portion of the tooth that is clinically visible (changes with age)
When is this? What has yet to emerge in the primary dentition at this time?
- From a facial reference point, which maxillary teeth display the smallest deviation from the vertical axis?*
5 True/False questions
Gingival tissue and interseptal bone accomodation → Process by which the tissues of the developing tooth become hardened by the deposits of calcium salts.
4 years → When does anterior tooth spacing become evident? (primate spacing)
False (A groove is at the bottom of a sulcus) → True or False: Sulcus and groove are used interchangeably.
6 years → When do the 3rd molars begin calcification?
Periodontal ligament → A special ridge to canines that is NOT found on the facial surface. This is the only anterior tooth to have this anatomy.