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5 Matching questions

  1. frenum
  2. incisor
  3. facial
  4. cuspid/ canine
  5. dentition
  1. a * longest teeth in the mouth
    * most stable teeth in the mouth, very long roots
    * located at the corners of the mouth
    * Function: hold and tear
  2. b band of tissue that passes from the facial oral mucosa at the midline of the arch to the midline of the inner surface of the lip, also called frenulum,or frenula
  3. c tooth surface closet to the face. facial surface closest to the lips are called labial surfaced, and facial surfaces closest to the inner cheek called buccal surfaces
  4. d natural teeth in the dental arch
  5. e * single rooted
    * Function: snip ans tear
    * Cingulum near the middle third of the lingual surface
    * mamelons present on newly erupted teeth
    * incisal edge

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. extraoral and intraoral
  2. *external vertical bony ridge on the labial surface of the canines
  3. tooth decay that is beginning to form or become apparent
  4. A space between two teeth
  5. Mineral used in dental products to make teeth more resistant to decay

5 True/False questions

  1. pelliclethe space between the teeth and the inner mucosa lining of the lips and cheeks

          

  2. molartooth surface closet to the face. facial surface closest to the lips are called labial surfaced, and facial surfaces closest to the inner cheek called buccal surfaces

          

  3. buccaltooth surface closet to the face. facial surface closest to the lips are called labial surfaced, and facial surfaces closest to the inner cheek called buccal surfaces

          

  4. incisal edge* single rooted
    * Function: snip ans tear
    * Cingulum near the middle third of the lingual surface
    * mamelons present on newly erupted teeth
    * incisal edge

          

  5. cariestooth surface closet to the face. facial surface closest to the lips are called labial surfaced, and facial surfaces closest to the inner cheek called buccal surfaces

          

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