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DA test 102
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Permanent teeth with primary predecessors: anterior teeth and premolars.
tissues that support the teeth in the alveolar bone
Enamel forming cells
Cells that resorb cementum
stratified squamous epithelium
oral mucosa is made up of
Which branchial arch forms the bones, muscles, nerves of the face, and lower lip?
what is the name of the process by which teeth move into a functional position in the oral cavity?
The portion of a tooth that is visible in the mouth is
hardest substance in the human body
what is the name of the largest mineral component in enamel
the type of dentin that is also known as reparative dentin is
pertains to structures that are closest to the inner cheek
is the strongest and most obvious muscle of mastication.
is a disease process associated with the temporomandibular joint
which bones form the upper jaw and hard palate?
Name the only movable bone of the skull
Where is the mental foramen located?
what is another name for the parotid duct?
label the salivary glands
left top to bottom: Parotid salivary gland, sublingual ducts, submandibular duct, sublingual caruncle right top to bottom: Parotid papilla, submandibular salivary gland
Space between the teeth and the inner mucosal lining of the lips and cheeks
Band of tissue that passes from the facial oral mucosa at the midline of the arch to the midline of the inner surface of the lip
masticatory mucosa that covers the alveolar process of the jaws and surrounds the necks of the teeth
what is the proper term for the gums?
what is another term for unattached gingiva
The thin fold of mucous membrane that extends from the floor of the mouth to the underside of the tongue is the:
Name the sets of teeth humans have in their lifetime
primary and permanent
term for the position of teeth during chewing is
what is the technical term for class III occlusion?
what feature borders the occlusal table of a posterior tooth
what is the name of the fifth cusp on a maxillary first molar?
Cusp of Carabelli
How thick is the enamel covering on a primary tooth?
What method of identification is used in the Universal/National System for the primary dentition?
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