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184 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Identification
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
82 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Morphology
Upper jaw bone are called
Upper Jaw bone arch called
Lower Jaw bones
Lower Jaw bones arch
Maxillae
Maxillary Arch
Mandible
Mandibular Arch
Upper jaw bone are called
Maxillae
Upper Jaw bone arch called
Maxillary Arch
39 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Identification
upper central incisor
upper lateral incisor
upper canine
Upper p1
upper central incisor
upper lateral incisor
82 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Morphology
Upper jaw bone are called
Upper Jaw bone arch called
Lower Jaw bones
Lower Jaw bones arch
Maxillae
Maxillary Arch
Mandible
Mandibular Arch
Upper jaw bone are called
Maxillae
Upper Jaw bone arch called
Maxillary Arch
Dental Tooth Anatomy
Tooth pic
Enamel is the...... Ameloblasts....
What is dentin?
What is cementum?
Hardest tissue in the body. Second layer to begin forming. Be…
Middle layer; equal to bone in hardness.... **First layer** to…
**Last tissue** to form; slightly softer than dentin.... Devel…
Tooth pic
Enamel is the...... Ameloblasts....
Hardest tissue in the body. Second layer to begin forming. Be…
13 terms
Dental Anatomy - Tooth Contacts
What are the functions of contact areas
What happens to contact areas with Wear
Where are the contact areas for anteri…
Where are the contact areas for the po…
1. Prevents food impaction ... 2. Stabilizes the arch
They become larger
the incisal 1/3
the middle 1/3
What are the functions of contact areas
1. Prevents food impaction ... 2. Stabilizes the arch
What happens to contact areas with Wear
They become larger
dental morphology - tooth anatomy
4 structures of the tooth
every tooth has what
crown is made of
cementoenamel junction (CEJ)
enamel, dentin, pulp, cementum
crown and one or more roots
enamel, dentin, and pulp
where root meets crown
4 structures of the tooth
enamel, dentin, pulp, cementum
every tooth has what
crown and one or more roots
18 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Identification
upper central incisor
upper lateral incisor
upper canine
Upper p1
upper central incisor
upper lateral incisor
200 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Identification
#8... Right Central Incisor
#7... Right Lateral Incisor
#6... Right Maxillary Canine
#4... Right Maxillary Second Premolar
#8... Right Central Incisor
#7... Right Lateral Incisor
184 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Identification
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
184 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Identification
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
32 terms
Tooth Development - Dental Anatomy
3 layers of developing embryo:
Ectoderm
Mesoderm
Endoderm
1. Ectoderm... 2. Mesoderm... 3. Endoderm
Lining of the oral cavity and enamel formation
Pulp, dentin, cementum
Lining of internal organs; outer surface of lungs
3 layers of developing embryo:
1. Ectoderm... 2. Mesoderm... 3. Endoderm
Ectoderm
Lining of the oral cavity and enamel formation
Dental Anatomy Tooth ID
Imbrication Lines
widest anterior tooth... more square than…
narrowest maxillary tooth... greatest inc…
max lateral incisor
horizontal lines on cervical/facial part of incisors
features of central max incisors
features of max lateral incisors
Which anterior tooth has a linguogingival groove?
Imbrication Lines
horizontal lines on cervical/facial part of incisors
widest anterior tooth... more square than…
features of central max incisors
Dental Assisting: Tooth Anatomy
Apex
Bone
Cementoenamel Junction
Cementum
Where the nerves and blood vessels enter and exit the tooth,…
The hard tissue which all teeth securely reside within.
The junction line between the enamel layer and the cementum l…
The specialized layer of cells which cover the root surface.
Apex
Where the nerves and blood vessels enter and exit the tooth,…
Bone
The hard tissue which all teeth securely reside within.
22 terms
Tooth terms: Dental anatomy
Perikymata
Cervical ridge
Oblique ridge
Cusp ridges
Numerous horizontal ridges on enamel of newly erupted teeth.…
Subtle ridge running MD in cervical third of facial surface o…
Maxillary molars... One ridge on ML cusp joining with the triang…
Pyramid... Mesial/distal cusp ridges... Triangular ridges
Perikymata
Numerous horizontal ridges on enamel of newly erupted teeth.…
Cervical ridge
Subtle ridge running MD in cervical third of facial surface o…
200 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Identification
#8... Right Central Incisor
#7... Right Lateral Incisor
#6... Right Maxillary Canine
#4... Right Maxillary Second Premolar
#8... Right Central Incisor
#7... Right Lateral Incisor
Dental Anatomy Tooth Trends
What is the trend for proximal contacts?
What is the trend for root surface dep…
What is the cervical line trend?
What is the trend for proximal contours?
proximal contact areas correspond to the proximal height of c…
Distal root depressions are more common and more prominent th…
As a general rule, the incisal curvature of the cervical line…
proximal contact areas correspond to the proximal height of c…
What is the trend for proximal contacts?
proximal contact areas correspond to the proximal height of c…
What is the trend for root surface dep…
Distal root depressions are more common and more prominent th…
82 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Morphology
Upper jaw bone are called
Upper Jaw bone arch called
Lower Jaw bones
Lower Jaw bones arch
Maxillae
Maxillary Arch
Mandible
Mandibular Arch
Upper jaw bone are called
Maxillae
Upper Jaw bone arch called
Maxillary Arch
22 terms
Tooth Replacement- Dental Anatomy
Why are restored and replaced?
What is a direct restoration?
What is included in direct restorations?
What is amalgam?
•To replace masticatory function... •Esthetics... •To maintain teet…
Placed and formed in the cavity preparation
•Amalgam... •Composite resins... •Glass ionomer (used as a restorat…
•Leading restorative material... •Contains mercury and silver al…
Why are restored and replaced?
•To replace masticatory function... •Esthetics... •To maintain teet…
What is a direct restoration?
Placed and formed in the cavity preparation
23 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Development
Calcification
Eruption
Emergence
Initial Mineralization of the primary…
The process by which the tissues of the developing tooth beco…
The CONTINUOUS movement of the tooth as it develops from its…
The stage of tooth development as it emerges through the ging…
Prenatal 16-24 weeks in utero
Calcification
The process by which the tissues of the developing tooth beco…
Eruption
The CONTINUOUS movement of the tooth as it develops from its…
57 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth ID Exam
12
9
14
19
12
9
11 terms
3: Dental (Tooth anatomy)
Generic Tooth parts picture
What is the hardest tissue in the body…
What type of cells lays down the colla…
Which layer is equal to bone in hardne…
Enamel... (97% HA, 3% other)
Ameloblasts
Dentin... (Grows inward towards pulp)... (70% HA, 20% organic, 10%…
Generic Tooth parts picture
What is the hardest tissue in the body…
Enamel... (97% HA, 3% other)
82 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Morphology
Upper jaw bone are called
Upper Jaw bone arch called
Lower Jaw bones
Lower Jaw bones arch
Maxillae
Maxillary Arch
Mandible
Mandibular Arch
Upper jaw bone are called
Maxillae
Upper Jaw bone arch called
Maxillary Arch
57 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth ID Exam
8 (central)
9 (central)
10 (lateral)
23 (lateral)
8 (central)
9 (central)
57 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth ID Exam
8 (central)
9 (central)
8 1 Central
10 (lateral)
8 (central)
9 (central)
57 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth ID Exam
8 (central)
9 (central)
8 1 Central
10 (lateral)
8 (central)
9 (central)
11 terms
Dental Anatomy Board Review: Tooth Anatomy
Maxillary Central Incisor
Maxillary Lateral Incisor
Mandibular Central Incisor
Mandibular Lateral Incisor
Largest clinical crown of all incisors
Shows most variation of any tooth except the 3rd molars
Smallest tooth; centered cingulum
Distally placed cingulum; erupts 7-8 years of age; crown is l…
Maxillary Central Incisor
Largest clinical crown of all incisors
Maxillary Lateral Incisor
Shows most variation of any tooth except the 3rd molars
187 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Identification
#8... Right Central Incisor
#7... Right Lateral Incisor
#6... Right Maxillary Canine
#4... Right Maxillary Second Premolar
#8... Right Central Incisor
#7... Right Lateral Incisor
95 terms
Dental anatomy tooth morphology
Diphyodont
Gemination
Twinning
Dilaceration (and Flexion)
Refers to the human dentition having two sets (primary, perma…
splitting of a single tooth in crown... Usually anterior incisor…
Complete gemination resulting in 2 identical teeth
distortion of root and crown from normally linear relationshi…
Diphyodont
Refers to the human dentition having two sets (primary, perma…
Gemination
splitting of a single tooth in crown... Usually anterior incisor…
184 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Identification
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
184 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Identification
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
184 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Identification
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Dental Anatomy Tooth Identification
#8 and #9
#7 and #10
#6 and #11
#5 and #12
trapezoidal fossa, straight IR... cingulum more pronounced
triangular fossa... convex ... root "notch" on F... CEJ more curved
D side appears stretched... root "notch" on F... most pronounced ci…
F cusp points D... L cusp points M ... 2 roots: M and D ... MMR groove
#8 and #9
trapezoidal fossa, straight IR... cingulum more pronounced
#7 and #10
triangular fossa... convex ... root "notch" on F... CEJ more curved
35 terms
Dental Anatomy - Tooth Development
Steps of cell development
Trilaminar germ disc
Bilaminar germ disx
Ectoderm
Proliferation, Migration, DIfferentiation (Specialization)
3 weeks
2 weeks
Tissues covering outside body, epidermis, hair, nails
Steps of cell development
Proliferation, Migration, DIfferentiation (Specialization)
Trilaminar germ disc
3 weeks
22 terms
Dental Anatomy: Tooth Anomolies
Hypodontia
Oligodontia
Anodontia
Gemination
Lack of 1-6 teeth
Lack of 6+ permanent teeth
Lack of all teeth
Single tooth germ attempts to become two. Results in bifurcat…
Hypodontia
Lack of 1-6 teeth
Oligodontia
Lack of 6+ permanent teeth
184 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Identification
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
Max Central (mesial incisial angle is…
20 terms
Dental Anatomy: Tooth Formation
Developmental Process of a tooth (3)
Growth
Bud Stage
Cap Stage
Growth, calcification, eruption
Epithelium of primitive mouth thickens... Turning into 2 dental…
Aka initiation stage. Tooth begins to form. Bud enlarges down…
Aka proliferation period. Cells of developing tooth increase.…
Developmental Process of a tooth (3)
Growth, calcification, eruption
Growth
Epithelium of primitive mouth thickens... Turning into 2 dental…
82 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Morphology
Upper jaw bone are called
Upper Jaw bone arch called
Lower Jaw bones
Lower Jaw bones arch
Maxillae
Maxillary Arch
Mandible
Mandibular Arch
Upper jaw bone are called
Maxillae
Upper Jaw bone arch called
Maxillary Arch
Dental tooth anatomy
Enamel
Dentin
Pulp
Cementum
The hardest living tissue in the body. it covers the dentin a…
Layer under the enamel. The tissue of the tooth between the c…
The inter-most part of the tooth, made of blood vessels and n…
The tissue that covers the root of the tooth
Enamel
The hardest living tissue in the body. it covers the dentin a…
Dentin
Layer under the enamel. The tissue of the tooth between the c…
Advanced Dental Anatomy: Tooth Features
Peg Lateral Tooth
Maxillary Molars Have
Mandibular Molars Have
Root Apices incline
3 roots: ... 1 (usually large) palatal lingual... 1 Mesiobuccal roo…
2 Roots... 1 Mesial Root... 1 Distal Root
Towards the distal
Peg Lateral Tooth
Maxillary Molars Have
3 roots: ... 1 (usually large) palatal lingual... 1 Mesiobuccal roo…
18 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Identification
Maxillary Central Incisor
Maxillary Lateral Incisor
Mandibular Central Incisor
Mandibular lateral
MCC: incisal 1/3... DCC: jxn of middle and incisal 1/3... LCC: ging…
-FCC and LCC in cervical 1/3... -MCC: jxn of middle and incisal…
-FCC and LCC in cervical 1/3... -MCC and DCC in incisal 1/3; not…
-resembles the mandibular central from all axial surfaces... -sl…
Maxillary Central Incisor
MCC: incisal 1/3... DCC: jxn of middle and incisal 1/3... LCC: ging…
Maxillary Lateral Incisor
-FCC and LCC in cervical 1/3... -MCC: jxn of middle and incisal…
48 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Microstructure
what are the hard tissues in teeth ?
what are the soft tissues in teeth ?
T/F Enamel is the hardest tissue in th…
T/F Enamel 95-97%has Inorganic salts
Enamel, dentin and cementum
pulp
True
True
what are the hard tissues in teeth ?
Enamel, dentin and cementum
what are the soft tissues in teeth ?
pulp
Oral and Tooth Anatomy, Tooth Surfaces, and Dental Specialties
Primary teeth are considered ..
Permanent teeth are considered ..
Anterior
Medial
baby teeth
adult teeth
The front or forward part of the mouth
The midline of the body
Primary teeth are considered ..
baby teeth
Permanent teeth are considered ..
adult teeth
27 terms
Dental Assisting - Tooth Surfaces & Tooth Anatomy
Anterior
Posterior
Maxillary
Mandibular
front 6 teeth
back 5 teeth
Top arch of teeth
Bottom arch of teeth
Anterior
front 6 teeth
Posterior
back 5 teeth
13 terms
Dental Anatomy - Tooth Contacts
What are the functions of contact areas
What happens to contact areas with Wear
Where are the contact areas for anteri…
Where are the contact areas for the po…
1. Prevents food impaction ... 2. Stabilizes the arch
They become larger
the incisal 1/3
the middle 1/3
What are the functions of contact areas
1. Prevents food impaction ... 2. Stabilizes the arch
What happens to contact areas with Wear
They become larger
57 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth Identification
#12
#9
#14
#19
#12
#9
57 terms
Dental Anatomy Tooth ID Exam
8 (central)
9 (central)
10 (lateral)
23 (lateral)
8 (central)
9 (central)
Dental Anatomy Tooth ID Exam
8 (central)
9 (central)
8 1 Central
10 (lateral)
8 (central)
9 (central)
35 terms
Dental Anatomy-Tooth Morphology Quiz
line angle
point angles
cusp
1
junction line where two tooth surface meet
junctions of three tooth surfaces at a point
pyramidal elevation with a peak
canines have how many cusp
line angle
junction line where two tooth surface meet
point angles
junctions of three tooth surfaces at a point
Dental anatomy- general tooth morphology and tooth surfaces.
Dentition
Anatomical crown
Clinical crown
An atomic root
The teeth in the jaws
Whole crown erupted or not
That part seen anove the gingiva
Whole root
Dentition
The teeth in the jaws
Anatomical crown
Whole crown erupted or not
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