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Dental Anatomy and Pathology Final
First molars are also known as wisdom teeth.
Leukoplakia is a general term meaning "white patch". When scraped with a dental instrument it will not be removed.
The TMJ is an example of a hinged joint.
Mixed dentition refers to the presence of primary and permanent teeth.
When a tooth is forced downward into the alveolus, it is referred to as intrusion.
The external carotid artery carries blood to the face and oral cavity.
Geographic tongue is characterized by elongated papillae.
The initial stage of tooth development is referred to as the bud stage.
Bruxism refers to difficulty swallowing.
Maxillary Right canine
According to the Universal System for tooth numbering, the number 6 refers to the?
The tongue is attached to the floor of the mouth by the?
This system for numbering teeth uses one number to identify the quadrant and a second number for the tooth.
The ascending portion of the mandible is referred to as the?
Histodifferentiation of ameloblasts and odontoblasts occurs in the following stage of tooth development?
The bone comprising the lower jaw is the?
What is the strongest muscle of mastication?
The soft tissue projection that extends downward from the soft palate is the?
Central Lateral Canine
Beginning from the midline, the correct order for the first three permanent teeth is?
Which bone is the only movable facial bone?
During palpation, the examiner feel with the fingers or hand for the size, texture, and consistency of the?
According to the Universal System for numbering teeth, the maxillary right third molar would be number?
Herpetic lesions (type 1) usually occurs on the?
The hardest part of the tooth is the?
A patient present with Leukoplakia. When the dental assistant questions the patient, she discovers that one possible cause of the Leukoplakia is that the patient?
Small red or purple spots
Eroded mucus membrane
Fluid filled raised area
Dividing point between multiple roots
Convex depression on the lingual surfaces near the gingiva
Tip of root
Pointed or rounded part of the crown