5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Extraction - Simple
- a Uncomplicated removal of a tooth.
- b Inflammation of the gingival tissue; may be caused by pressure or contact of dentures, metallic poisoning, faulty restorations, dietary deficiency, herpes, virus, hormonal imbalances, malopposed teeth, bacterial invasion, organic malfunction, or pregnancy.
- c Bad breath due to poor oral hygiene, periodontal disease, sinusitis, tonsillitis, or bronchopulmonary disease.
- d Of or pertaining to the soft tissues of the gum and the tooth.
- e A cutting tooth; one of four front teeth of either jaw.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Eruption of a tooth from its socket; movement of the tooth out of the natural occlusal plane.
- An acute and painful viral disease that effects the cerebral ganglia and posterior nerve roots.
- Pertaining to standards of right and wrong.
- A pit, hollow, or depression.
- Removal by means of surgical methods, usually involving the turning of a flap or removal of bone.
5 True/False Questions
Extrude → To force a tooth out of its normal occlusal position, possibly due to the absence of opposing teeth.
Edentulous → Without teeth
Eyetooth → A canine tooth of the upper jaw; bicuspid.
Granuloma → Division of any frenum, especially for tongue-tie.
Extraoral → Inside or within the mouth.