5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Permanent incisors
Permanent 1st premolars
Permanent 1st molars
- Curved plane of occlusion
- Mesiofacial cusp
- a Cusp classification with three cusps in a straight line
- b Permits simultaneous functional contacts to occur in controlled areas of the dental arch. Permits maximum use of tooth contacts during function.
- c The Trigon primary cusp triangle on a maxillary molar consists of what cusps?
- d Calcification of what PERMANENT crowns have completed by age 6?
- e Most teeth contact how many teeth in the opposing arch?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Cusp classification with three cusps in a primary triangle.
- Is the height of curvature of the cervical line greater on the mesial or distal side?
- Attaches tooth to alveolar bone by insertion into the cementum and bone
- From a facial reference point, which maxillary teeth display the smallest deviation from the vertical axis?*
- 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?
5 True/False Questions
3rd molar → Posterior teeth that are absent from primary dentition
Middle Third → From a mesial view, what is the middle portion of the tooth/root anatomy arbitrarily named?
Between central incisors (midline)
3rd molars → Posterior teeth that are absent from primary dentition
Proximal, Adjoining Axial surface, then occlusal surface (ex: mesiofacial-occlusal point angle) → How do you name a point angle on a posterior tooth?
False (Triangular ridge of a distofacial cusp ) → Which mandibular teeth have only ONE antagonist in the opposing arch?