5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Gingival tissue and interseptal bone accomodation
- Apical Third
- 13-16 weeks
- Mandibular central incisor
Maxillary 2nd Molar
- a The first primary tooth to erupt in the oral cavity is the _______. The last primary tooth to erupt into the oral cavity is the ________.
- b A depression or valley (negative anatomy) on the surface of a tooth between two ridges and/or cusps of which the inclines meet at an angle.
- c When does calcification begin in utero?
- d From a facial view, what is the most lateral root portion of an anterior tooth arbitrarily named?
- e Why is the gingival embrasure larger than the incisal embrasure?
5 Multiple choice questions
- In order to be a ______ transverse ridge, both ridges must be triangular.
- What is an example of a transverse ridge that is not a pure transverse ridge?
- From a facial reference point, which maxillary teeth display the smallest deviation from the vertical axis?*
- Calcification of what PERMANENT crowns have completed by age 6?
True or false: The arrow indicates a lingual ridge of the distofacial cusp.
5 True/False questions
Mesial of the maxillary lateral incisor
Mesial of the maxillary canine → Where would you find a proximal contact area at the junction of the incisal and middle thirds in the maxilla?
Molars → A depression or valley (negative anatomy) on the surface of a tooth between two ridges and/or cusps of which the inclines meet at an angle.
Curved plane of occlusion → Permits simultaneous functional contacts to occur in controlled areas of the dental arch. Permits maximum use of tooth contacts during function.
Quadritubercular Molar → Cusp classification with three cusps in a primary triangle.
Anatomic Crown → Portion of the tooth covered by enamel (doesn't change)