5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Tooth Follicle
- Lingual Heights of Contour
- A = Young patient
B = Old patient
- 3.25 years (39 months)
- a When is root formation complete for primary teeth?
Which patient is older and which is younger?
- c The raised or convex contour on the lingual surface of posterior teeth found in the middle third. Not a ridge.
- d In primary dentition, do the mandibular or maxillary teeth usually erupt before namesakes in the opposing structure?
- e Center of calcification that contains the developing tooth and odontogenic organ.
5 Multiple choice questions
- # of teeth in the primary dentition
- Initial mineralization of the primary dentition is entirely completed when?
- From years 2-4, what permanent teeth are initiating calcification?
- What are the first maxillary and mandibular primary tooth roots to completely form? How old is the child?
- What is the more generic term for mesial, distal, facial, and lingual surfaces? (posterior teeth have 4 of these)
5 True/False questions
Calcification or Mineralization → Loss of a tooth from the oral cavity
2nd primary molars →
When is this? What has yet to emerge in the primary dentition at this time?
Pure → True or False: The base of a triangular fossa is a marginal ridge.
4 years → When do the 3rd molars begin calcification?
2nd Molar → From years 2-4, what permanent teeth are initiating calcification?