5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Anatomic Crown
- Tritubercular Molar
- Twenty Months
2nd primary molars
- False (Triangular ridge of a distofacial cusp )
- Permanent incisors
Permanent 1st premolars
Permanent 1st molars
- a Portion of the tooth covered by enamel (doesn't change)
When is this? What has yet to emerge in the primary dentition at this time?
- c Cusp classification with three cusps in a primary triangle.
True or false: The arrow indicates a lingual ridge of the distofacial cusp.
- e Calcification of what PERMANENT crowns have completed by age 6?
5 Multiple choice questions
- From a mesial view, what is the middle portion of the tooth/root anatomy arbitrarily named?
- The height of contour of the maxillary anterior teeth, both facially and lingually, is located where?
- Where are the developing follicles of permanent molars located?
- A special transverse ridge which forms from the union of the triangular ridge of the distofacial cusp and the distal cusp ridge of the mesiolingual cusp.
- In order to be a ______ transverse ridge, both ridges must be triangular.
5 True/False questions
Lingual Heights of Contour → The raised or convex contour on the lingual surface of posterior teeth found in the middle third. Not a ridge.
Lateral Incisor (0 degrees) → From a facial reference point, which mandibular teeth display the smallest deviation from the vertical axis?*
Quadritubercular Molar → Cusp classification with four cusps in a rectangular or rhomboid form. Seen in humans.
20 → Most teeth contact how many teeth in the opposing arch?
29 months → When does the last primary tooth emerge?