5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- No, only permanent centrals, laterals, canines, and 1st/2nd premolars
- maxillary central incisors
mandibular central incisors
mandibular lateral incisors
- 1 year
- Oblique Ridge
- a 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.
- b Are the permanent first, second, and third molars considered succedaneous teeth?
- c What are the first maxillary and mandibular primary tooth roots to completely form? How old is the child?
- d By what age are all tooth crowns complete?
- e 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.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The height of contour of the maxillary posterior teeth on the lingual surface is located where?
- What is the last primary tooth crown to be completed? How old is the child?
- Attaches tooth to alveolar bone by insertion into the cementum and bone
- Which maxillary teeth have only ONE antagonist in the opposing arch?
Which teeth have little to no curvature?
5 True/False questions
2nd Molar → The developing tooth follicle of permanent premolars is located within the bifurcation or trifurcation of what primary teeth?
True → True or False: The teeth are strategically positioned in the arches at varied and coordinated degrees of inclination.
Maxillary teeth have a greater height of curvature → What is the first primary tooth to have a completed crown? How old is the child?
Apical Third → From an incisal view, the surface of tooth that is closer to the midline is arbitrarily referred to as what?
Mandibular → Is the mandible or maxilla larger from the distal of one third molar through the middle of each tooth to the opposite side third molar?