5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- False (Triangular ridge of a distofacial cusp )
- No, only permanent centrals, laterals, canines, and 1st/2nd premolars
- Proximal Surface
- Cervical third (0.5 mm)
- Mesiofacial cusp
- a The height of contour of the maxillary anterior teeth, both facially and lingually, is located where?
- b The place where the mesial of one tooth contacts the distal of the adjacent
- c Are the permanent first, second, and third molars considered succedaneous teeth?
True or false: The arrow indicates a lingual ridge of the distofacial cusp.
- e The Trigon primary cusp triangle on a maxillary molar consists of what cusps?
5 Multiple choice questions
Which teeth have little to no curvature?
- Portion of the tooth covered by enamel (doesn't change)
- When does calcification begin in utero?
- From years 2-4, what permanent teeth are initiating calcification?
- Cusp classification with three cusps in a primary triangle.
5 True/False questions
Proximal, Adjoining Axial surface, then occlusal surface (ex: mesiofacial-occlusal point angle) → How do you name a point angle on a posterior tooth?
Mandibular central incisors → Which mandibular teeth have only ONE antagonist in the opposing arch?
Mesial of the maxillary lateral incisor
Mesial of the maxillary canine → The first primary tooth to erupt in the oral cavity is the _______. The last primary tooth to erupt into the oral cavity is the ________.
A= Anatomic Crown (does not change with age)
B = Clinical Crown (changes with age/different factors affecting gingival tissue) →
(A) Which crown?
(B) Which crown?
Apical Third → From a facial view, what is the most lateral root portion of an anterior tooth arbitrarily named?