5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- False (Triangular ridge of a distofacial cusp )
- Permanent maxillary 1st, 2nd, 3rd molars
Primary maxillary 1st, 2nd molar
True or false: The arrow indicates a lingual ridge of the distofacial cusp.
- b Is an ideal plane of occulsion flat or curved?
- c The precise stage of tooth development as it first appears or emerges through the gingiva
- d 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.
- e Where are oblique ridges found in the permanent and primary dentition?
5 Multiple choice questions
- The place where the mesial of one tooth contacts the distal of the adjacent
- What are the locations of proximal contact areas in the maxilla?
- Do males or females exhibit earlier eruption timeframes?
- Orthodontic forces on the periodontal fibers cause the activity of what type of cells?
- The raised or convex contour on the lingual surface of posterior teeth found in the middle third. Not a ridge.
5 True/False questions
Central Incisor (2 degrees) → From a proximal reference point, which maxillary teeth display the smallest deviation from the vertical axis?*
13-16 weeks → When does calcification begin in utero?
3 years → When is tooth occlusion evident?
Mesial of the maxillary lateral incisor
Mesial of the maxillary canine → Which tooth has the greatest mesial curvature at the cervical line?
Periodontal ligament → The place where the mesial of one tooth contacts the distal of the adjacent