5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Permanent maxillary 1st, 2nd, 3rd molars
Primary maxillary 1st, 2nd molar
- Proximal, Adjoining Axial surface, then occlusal surface (ex: mesiofacial-occlusal point angle)
- Man = II II IM
- Oblique Ridge
- a Where are oblique ridges found in the permanent and primary dentition?
- b Is the height of curvature of the cervical line greater on the mesial or distal side?
- c What is an example of a transverse ridge that is not a pure transverse ridge?
- d What are the locations of proximal contact areas in the mandible?
- e How do you name a point angle on a posterior tooth?
5 Multiple choice questions
- What periodontal fibers connect one tooth to and adjacent tooth across the interproximal space?
- Most teeth contact how many teeth in the opposing arch?
- Is the mandible or maxilla larger from the distal of one third molar through the middle of each tooth to the opposite side third molar?
- In order to be a ______ transverse ridge, both ridges must be triangular.
- What is the first primary tooth to have a completed crown? How old is the child?
5 True/False questions
A= Anatomic Crown (does not change with age)
B = Clinical Crown (changes with age/different factors affecting gingival tissue) → Which tooth has the greatest mesial curvature at the cervical line?
False (Triangular ridge of the distolingual cusp) → Lingual ridges of anterior canines create what surfaces?
Periodontal ligament → The place where the mesial of one tooth contacts the distal of the adjacent
1 year → When does anterior tooth spacing become evident? (primate spacing)
Oblique Ridge → A special ridge to canines that is NOT found on the facial surface. This is the only anterior tooth to have this anatomy.