5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- 18-20 weeks
- Clinical Crown
- Permanent maxillary 1st, 2nd, 3rd molars
Primary maxillary 1st, 2nd molar
- a When have all primary teeth initiated calcification in utero?
- b Where are oblique ridges found in the permanent and primary dentition?
- c Portion of the tooth that is clinically visible (changes with age)
- 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 The precise stage of tooth development as it first appears or emerges through the gingiva
5 Multiple choice questions
- A special ridge to canines that is NOT found on the facial surface. This is the only anterior tooth to have this anatomy.
- What periodontal fibers resist forceful impaction of a tooth into the alveolus, consistent with many types of trauma?
- Posterior teeth that are absent from primary dentition
- When is tooth occlusion evident?
- What is the more generic term for mesial, distal, facial, and lingual surfaces? (posterior teeth have 4 of these)
5 True/False questions
Second Molar → Name the teeth contained in one quadrant of the primary dentition
20 months →
Which teeth have little to no curvature?
Lingual → Is the dental follicle of developing permanent anterior teeth positioned facial or lingual to the primary tooth roots?
Middle third (0.5 mm) → The height of contour of the maxillary posterior teeth on the lingual surface is located where?
Middle Third → From a mesial view, what is the middle portion of the tooth/root anatomy arbitrarily named?