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mod d wk 1 quiz

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board of dental examiners
a board governing the rules and regulations of the state dental practice act
committee of dental auxiliary
COMDA
DANB
written/computerized test sent to
COMDA
practical test sent to
renewal
every two years with 25 continuing credits
reasons for using rubber dam
adequate visibility, better patient management , mositure control, and decresed operating time
5x5
precut sheets for children
5x6
precut sheets for anterior teeth isolation
6x6
precut sheets for adults
reflects less light
dark rubber dam does what?
children
light rubber is used for what?
absorbs saliva
rubber dam napkin does what?
youngs frame
most common frame used
endodontic technique, pediatrics, and isolate anterior teeth in adults
Youngs frame is used for what?
12
ligature floss is how many inches
bow of clamp or through the holes in the jaw
ligature floss is tied around what?
the tooth farthest from the anchor tooth
retention dam of opposing cuspid is
beavertail burnisher and plastic instrument
the two types of inversion instruments
on tooth behind the prep
rubber dam clamp is placed where
water fluoride, topical application, diet supplementation and dentifrices
four basic metods of flouride administration are
acidulated phosphate fluoride
most common topical fluoride
1.23 percent
acidulated phosphate fluoride is what percent fluoride
true
all teeth should be dried off before applying fluoride
true
sodium fluoride has a series of four applications that are 2-7days apart
8 percent
solution of stannous flouride for children
10 percent
application of stannous fluoride for adults
true
you dry teeth with air/water syringe
vermillion border
margin formed representing the zone of transition from the red skin of lips to the mucous membrane
posterior palate
soft portion
palatine rugae
elevations of soft tissue
uvula palatine
small v shaped fleshy mass hanging from the soft palate
palatine tonsil
a small rounded mass of tissue
maxillary tuberosity
bony prominence at the end of the maxillary alveolar process on either side
gingival margin
highest point of the free gingiva
free gingiva
not bound to underlying tissue
dorsum surface
top surface of the tongue closest to the palate
ventral surface
bottom surface of tongue
variations of normal and evidence of disease
lips are inspected and palpated for what
to determine texture, pliability, and firmness of underlying and surface tissues
palpation is carried out bidigitally for what?
checking the soft palate
what are you checking for when you have a person say ahh
true
floor of the mouth always needs to be inspected