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MOD F Unit 1 term final
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comparison of similarities between things that is otherwise not alike
Matrix system designed to establish a temporary interproximal wall for the restoration of a tooth surface without the use of a retainer.
Torn away for dislodged by force
Calcium and phosphate salts found in saliva that become mineralized and adhere to tooth surfaces.
A clear plastic strip used to provide a temporary interproximal wall for the restoration of an anterior tooth surface
Neural disorder of motor function caused by brain damage
Actual age (months, years) of pediatric patients
That portion of the tooth that is visible in the oral cavity
To shape or conform an object
A technique used to remove plaque and stains from the coronal surfaces of the teeth
Form created by a concave tooth surface that has not been contoured properly
Coating that covers the occlusal pits and fissures of teeth to prevent decay
coloring agent (food coloring) that makes plaque visible when applied to the teeth.
- Chromosomal defect that results in abnormal physical characteristics and mental impairment; also called Trisomy 21.
Measure of the level of emotional maturity of pediatric patients.
Stains developed from within the tooth structure; and cannot be removed by polishing.
stains developed from external sources and may be removed by polishing.
Stains that occur on the external surfaces of the tooth that can be removed.
Displacement of a tooth from its socket as a result of an injury.
A finger rest or point of stabilization, used when an instrument or handpiece is held.
Stains that occur within the tooth structure that cannot be removed because it has become incorporated into the tooth structure.
Displacement of a tooth into its socket as a result of injury
a dislocation or displacement of a tooth
Foundation that binds or holds the dental material and tooth together during the setting process.
Measure of the level of intellectual capacity and development of pediatric patients.
Disorder in which an individual's intelligence is underdeveloped.
Brand name for clear plastic strip used to provide a temporary wall for restoration of an anterior tooth.
Referring to the brain, nervous system, and nerve pathways.
Concept of open design used in pediatric dental offices
The complete removal of calculus, debris, stains and plaque from the teeth.
Excess restorative material that extends beyond the cavity margin.
Small, oval-shaped matrix made of stainless steel used interproximally during tooth restoration.
Type of restraining device that holds a child's hands, arms, and legs still.
Dental specialty concerned with neonatal through adolescent patients, as well as patients with special needs in these age groups.
Artificial tooth that replaces a missing natural tooth as part of a fixed bridge.
Program of patient education, uses of fluorides, application of dental sealants, proper nutrition, and plaque control.
Commercial premixed abrasive paste used for polishing teeth and restorations.
the removal of the coronal portion of a vital pulp from a tooth
rubber cup polishing
A technique that is used to remove plaque and stains from the coronal surfaces of the teeth.
Fluoride that is ingested and then circulated throughout the body
Type of matrix band used for primary teeth
Fluoride that is applied directly to the tooth
Dental device used to hold a matrix band in place during the restoration of a class II cavity (Tofflemire retainers)
Small, wooden or plastic triangular device placed in the embrasure to provide the contour needed when a class II lesion is restored.
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