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107 terms
dental hygiene head and neck final
parts of mandible
mandibular notch
what does the mandible articulate with?
paired bones
temporal
temporal and parietal
parts of mandible
mandibular notch
321 terms
Dental Hygiene Head and Neck Anatomy
infra-
supra-
mental
external
below or under
above or over
pertains to the chin
outside
infra-
below or under
supra-
above or over
107 terms
dental hygiene head and neck final
parts of mandible
mandibular notch
what does the mandible articulate with?
paired bones
temporal
temporal and parietal
parts of mandible
mandibular notch
32 terms
Head and Neck anatomy dental hygiene
Anatomical crown
Anatomical root
Cementoenamel Junction
Cervical Embrasure
part of the tooth that is covered with enamel.
part of the tooth that is covered with cementum
part of the tooth where the enamel and the cementum meet
interproximal space cervical to the contact area of teeth whe…
Anatomical crown
part of the tooth that is covered with enamel.
Anatomical root
part of the tooth that is covered with cementum
81 terms
Head and Neck Dental Hygiene @ prcc
Paranasal Sinuses
is frontal bone paired or single?
Is the sphenoid bone paired or single?
What can be dangerous w/infection bc c…
air sails in bones, around nasal cavitities usually named aft…
paired
paired
sphenoid bone
Paranasal Sinuses
air sails in bones, around nasal cavitities usually named aft…
is frontal bone paired or single?
paired
321 terms
Dental Hygiene Head and Neck Anatomy
infra-
supra-
mental
external
below or under
above or over
pertains to the chin
outside
infra-
below or under
supra-
above or over
40 terms
Head & Neck Insertion, Origin, Action (Dental Hygiene)
Epicranial(Frontal Belly)
Epicranial(Occipital Belly)
Orbicularis oculi
Orbicularis Oris
O:epicranial aponeurosis... I:eyebrown and root of nose... A:surprise
O: occipital and temporal bones... I:epicranial aponeurosis... A:su…
O: orbital rim, frontal bone and maxilla... I: lateral canthus a…
O: encircles mouth... I: labial commissure... A:frowning
Epicranial(Frontal Belly)
O:epicranial aponeurosis... I:eyebrown and root of nose... A:surprise
Epicranial(Occipital Belly)
O: occipital and temporal bones... I:epicranial aponeurosis... A:su…
82 terms
Head & Neck ch.2 Dental Hygiene
Small elevation of tissue that protect…
Upper and lower horseshoe shaped space…
Deep within each vestibule where the p…
Fold of tissue located at the midline…
Parotid Papilla
Maxillary and mandibular vestibules
Vestibular fornix
Labial Frenum/frenulum
Small elevation of tissue that protect…
Parotid Papilla
Upper and lower horseshoe shaped space…
Maxillary and mandibular vestibules
25 terms
Chpt 12 Head and Neck Anatomy Dental Hygiene
Which complication is most likely with…
Which cranial nerves are most likely i…
What is a correct statement concerning…
What statement concerning cavernous si…
Respiratory obstruction
Oculomotor and trochlear nerves
infection confined in the oral mucosal space
needle track contamination may be involved
Which complication is most likely with…
Respiratory obstruction
Which cranial nerves are most likely i…
Oculomotor and trochlear nerves
25 terms
Chpt 10 Head and Neck Anatomy Dental Hygiene
Which lymph nodes have both superficia…
What structures leave each individual…
Which lymph nodes are considered subdi…
What components of the lymphatic syste…
Parotid
Efferent lymphatic vessels
malar, buccal, nasolabial, and mandibular nodes
vessels
Which lymph nodes have both superficia…
Parotid
What structures leave each individual…
Efferent lymphatic vessels
59 terms
Dental Hygiene Head and Neck Anatomy Exam 3
internal acoustic meatus
mandibular condyle, articular fossa an…
coronal suture
foramen lacerum
The chorda tympani nerve passes through which opening in the…
What are the three articulating parts to the temporomandibula…
The suture joining the frontal and parietal bones is the:
The internal carotid artery enters the skull through the caro…
internal acoustic meatus
The chorda tympani nerve passes through which opening in the…
mandibular condyle, articular fossa an…
What are the three articulating parts to the temporomandibula…
25 terms
Chpt 8 Head and Neck Anatomy Dental Hygiene
The brain stem of the central nervous…
The central nervous systen consists of…
What is a correct statement concerning…
To what division of the nervous system…
Medulla, pons and midbrain
brain and spinal cord
discharged with the arrival of the action potential
Afferent nervous system
The brain stem of the central nervous…
Medulla, pons and midbrain
The central nervous systen consists of…
brain and spinal cord
15 terms
Chpt 11 Head and Neck Anatomy Dental Hygiene
Correctly describes the deep fasciae...
Which structures are located with in t…
In which space is the pterygoid plexus…
The masticator space includes the subm…
Dense and inelastic tissue forming sheaths around deep struct…
internal and common carotid arteries and 10th cranial nerve
Infratemporal space
Pterygomandibular space
Correctly describes the deep fasciae...
Dense and inelastic tissue forming sheaths around deep struct…
Which structures are located with in t…
internal and common carotid arteries and 10th cranial nerve
17 terms
Dental Hygiene Head and Neck Anatomy Vascular System
Vascular system
artery
Arteriole
Capillary
Arterial blood supply... Capillary network... Venous Drainage
Carries blood AWAY from the heart
Small artery
blood vessel that supply blood directly to tissue
Vascular system
Arterial blood supply... Capillary network... Venous Drainage
artery
Carries blood AWAY from the heart
36 terms
Dental hygiene national boards- head and neck anatomy
What bone forms a ridge over canines?
Afferent
Cranial nerve VII
Maxillary division of the trigeminal e…
Canine eminence
Comducting unward/effetent conducts outward
Facial nerve, innervates the facial muscles, taste, anterior…
Rotundum, this is known as V2
What bone forms a ridge over canines?
Canine eminence
Afferent
Comducting unward/effetent conducts outward
12 terms
GPD final (ergonomics, dental hygiene, head & neck, axiom)
coronal polishing
2 instruments required for coronal pol…
how long should you spend on each toot…
stannous fluoride
1. does NOT involve calculus removal... 2. Will NOT remove intr…
1. slow speed handpiece (6,000-10,000 rpm)... 2. prophylaxis an…
1-2 seconds
1. more effective than sodium fluoride ... 2. contains tin ... 3.…
coronal polishing
1. does NOT involve calculus removal... 2. Will NOT remove intr…
2 instruments required for coronal pol…
1. slow speed handpiece (6,000-10,000 rpm)... 2. prophylaxis an…
10 terms
Week 11/Quiz 4 Head and Neck Anatomy Dental Hygiene
Which effect is prevented on the targe…
Which actions could result from involv…
Which nerve does not form the maxillar…
During a dental procedure on the bucca…
Action potential
chewing a piece of gum
incisive nerve
Posterior superior alveolar nerve
Which effect is prevented on the targe…
Action potential
Which actions could result from involv…
chewing a piece of gum
10 terms
Quiz 5/Week 12 Head and Neck Anatomy Dental Hygiene
Which structure allows lymph to flow d…
What is the main role of the lymph nod…
Which of the teeth, when infected, do…
Which of the lymph nodes are not consi…
Afferent vessel
Filtration
maxillary third molars
Retro-pharyngeal lymph nodes
Which structure allows lymph to flow d…
Afferent vessel
What is the main role of the lymph nod…
Filtration
29 terms
head & neck anatomy Dental
Single bone also known as nasal septum…
Paired bones that form the bridge of t…
Paired bones within the bony part of t…
Paired bones irregular thin plates of…
Vomer
Nasal Bones
Inferior Nasal Conchae
Lacrimal (secreting tears) bones
Single bone also known as nasal septum…
Vomer
Paired bones that form the bridge of t…
Nasal Bones
65 terms
Head neck dental anatomy
All deciduous teeth have erupted by
The facial feature located laterally t…
The lips are outlined from the surroun…
What structure can be palpated in the…
2 1/2-3 years okd
Nasal ala
Vermillion boarder
Thyroid cartilage
All deciduous teeth have erupted by
2 1/2-3 years okd
The facial feature located laterally t…
Nasal ala
39 terms
Dental Head & Neck Development
what is a pharyngeal cleft?
What is a pharyngeal pouch?
What is pharyngeal membrane?
Development of brain is controlled mai…
Groove on the outside formed by ectoderm
inside layers formed by endoderm that separate the arches
is where pharyngeal pouch and cleft meet.
Hox Genes
what is a pharyngeal cleft?
Groove on the outside formed by ectoderm
What is a pharyngeal pouch?
inside layers formed by endoderm that separate the arches
29 terms
head & neck anatomy Dental
Single bone also known as nasal septum…
Paired bones that form the bridge of t…
Paired bones within the bony part of t…
Paired bones irregular thin plates of…
Vomer
Nasal Bones
Inferior Nasal Conchae
Lacrimal (secreting tears) bones
Single bone also known as nasal septum…
Vomer
Paired bones that form the bridge of t…
Nasal Bones
18 terms
Head & Neck/Dental Anatomy
Muscles of mastication
Temporalis muscle: origin, insertion,…
Masseter muscle: origin, insertion, an…
Medial pterygoid: origin, insertion, a…
Temporalis, masseter, medial pterygoid, lateral pterygoid
O: temporalis fossa I: coronoid process FX: retract and eleva…
O: zygomatic arch I: angle of mand. Fx: elevate mand
O: medial of lat. Pterygoid plate I: angle of mand fx: elevat…
Muscles of mastication
Temporalis, masseter, medial pterygoid, lateral pterygoid
Temporalis muscle: origin, insertion,…
O: temporalis fossa I: coronoid process FX: retract and eleva…
29 terms
head & neck anatomy dental
Single bone also known as nasal septum…
Paired bones that form the bridge of t…
Paired bones within the bony part of t…
Paired bones irregular thin plates of…
Vomer
Nasal Bones
Inferior Nasal Conchae
Lacrimal (secreting tears) bones
Single bone also known as nasal septum…
Vomer
Paired bones that form the bridge of t…
Nasal Bones
9 terms
head, neck, dental anatomy
exfoliate
heterodont
linea alba
lingual frenum
to shed
different types of teeth with same dentition
a raised white horizontal extention of soft tissue along buca…
elevated fold of soft tissue located at the floor of mouth at…
exfoliate
to shed
heterodont
different types of teeth with same dentition
24 terms
dental head and neck anatomy
# of bones in skull
# of bones in cranium
# of bones in facial
# of bones in middle-ear
28 bones
8 bones
14 bones
6 bones
# of bones in skull
28 bones
# of bones in cranium
8 bones
80 terms
Head, Neck & Dental Anatomy
How many erupted primary teeth does a…
Which of the following are considered…
Which of the following structures or f…
When viewed proximally, the crown of t…
20
Biting and Cutting
Maxillary Premolars
Lingually
How many erupted primary teeth does a…
20
Which of the following are considered…
Biting and Cutting
71 terms
Dental Muscles of the head and neck
Muscles of the neck
Sternocleidomastoid origin?
Sternocleidomastoid insertion?
Sternocleidomastoid function?
Sternocleidomastoid; trapezius
Clavical and lateral surfaces or sternum
Posterior and inferior to external acoustic meatus
Divides neck region into anterior and posterior clavical tria…
Muscles of the neck
Sternocleidomastoid; trapezius
Sternocleidomastoid origin?
Clavical and lateral surfaces or sternum
57 terms
Head and Neck anatomy-Dental Infection
What causes Dental Infections?
Oral Pathogens contain what kind of ba…
Progressive dental caries or extensive…
Dental infections be carried to deeper…
Oral Pathogens that invade and damage tissues
usually Anaerobic
Dental Infections
True : ... Caused by contamination of surgical sites & needle tr…
What causes Dental Infections?
Oral Pathogens that invade and damage tissues
Oral Pathogens contain what kind of ba…
usually Anaerobic
355 terms
Dental Assisting: Head and Neck Anatomy
Landmarks
What are the eight landmarks of the fa…
Ala of the Nose
Nasal-Labial Groove
skeletal or soft tissue structures used as reference points i…
ala of the nose, naso-labial groove, philtrum, vermilion bord…
the outer edge of the nostril
a faint line going from the ala of the nose to the corner of…
Landmarks
skeletal or soft tissue structures used as reference points i…
What are the eight landmarks of the fa…
ala of the nose, naso-labial groove, philtrum, vermilion bord…
43 terms
Dental Science: Muscles of the Head & Neck
Branches of the trigeminal nerve
V1
V2
V3
v1, v2, v3
Sensory, Opthalmic Nerve
Sensory, Maxillary Nerve
Motor AND sensory, Mandibular nerve
Branches of the trigeminal nerve
v1, v2, v3
V1
Sensory, Opthalmic Nerve
25 terms
dental head and neck anatomy worksheet
cranium and face
8- frontal, parietal, occipital, tempo…
occipital
maxilla
the human skull is divided into what two sections?
how many bones cover and protect the brain, what are they cal…
which bones are the back and base of the cranium formed by?
what forms the upper jaw
cranium and face
the human skull is divided into what two sections?
8- frontal, parietal, occipital, tempo…
how many bones cover and protect the brain, what are they cal…
168 terms
Head and Neck Anatomy Dental Assiting
ala of the nose
alveolar mucosa
alveolar process
angle of the mandible
the wing of the nose, or the outer edge of the nostril
thin, loosely attached mucosa covering the alveolar bone; alv…
the bone that supports the teeth in both the arches.
where the ramus meets the body of the mandible on the outside…
ala of the nose
the wing of the nose, or the outer edge of the nostril
alveolar mucosa
thin, loosely attached mucosa covering the alveolar bone; alv…
12 terms
Head Neck And Dental Anatomy TMJ
The TMJ is the articulation between wh…
What type of movement occurs in the up…
What type of movement occurs in the lo…
What structure is located between the…
Temporal bone and mandible
Gliding
Rotational
Articular discs
The TMJ is the articulation between wh…
Temporal bone and mandible
What type of movement occurs in the up…
Gliding
104 terms
Head and Neck Anatomy- Dental Nerves
The main facials nerves that affect th…
The ___________ nerve is THE dental ne…
The 5th cranial nerve has an _________…
The 5th cranial nerve has an _________…
trigeminal (5th)... facial (7th)
trigeminal (5th)
efferent
afferent
The main facials nerves that affect th…
trigeminal (5th)... facial (7th)
The ___________ nerve is THE dental ne…
trigeminal (5th)
355 terms
Dental Assisting: Head and Neck Anatomy
Landmarks
What are the eight landmarks of the fa…
Ala of the Nose
Nasal-Labial Groove
skeletal or soft tissue structures used as reference points i…
ala of the nose, naso-labial groove, philtrum, vermilion bord…
the outer edge of the nostril
a faint line going from the ala of the nose to the corner of…
Landmarks
skeletal or soft tissue structures used as reference points i…
What are the eight landmarks of the fa…
ala of the nose, naso-labial groove, philtrum, vermilion bord…
53 terms
Head and Neck #1 Dental assisting
What are the 11 regions of the head?
What are the two sections of the skull?
How many bone make up the cranium whic…
How many bones make up the face?
Frontal, Parietal, Occipital, Temporal, Orbital, Nasal, Infra…
The cranium and face.
8
14
What are the 11 regions of the head?
Frontal, Parietal, Occipital, Temporal, Orbital, Nasal, Infra…
What are the two sections of the skull?
The cranium and face.
30 terms
Dental Science - Head and Neck Anatomy
Apocrine sweat glands
Appendicular skeleton
Arteries
Articulation
Large sweat glands that are found under the arms, around the…
Portion of the skeleton that consists of the upper extermitie…
Large blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart.
Another term for joint.
Apocrine sweat glands
Large sweat glands that are found under the arms, around the…
Appendicular skeleton
Portion of the skeleton that consists of the upper extermitie…
85 terms
Dental Vocab - Head & Neck Anatomy
labial
buccal
lingual
oropharynx
refers to the lips
refers to the cheeks
refers to the tongue
center portion of the pharynx lying between the soft palate a…
labial
refers to the lips
buccal
refers to the cheeks
319 terms
Head, Neck and Dental Anatomy Midterm
Vestibule
Vermilion Border
Philtrum
Commissure
Space or potential space that exists between the lips or cheek
Transitional zone of reddish tissue around the labia
Indentation at the midline of the skin on the upper lip
Corner of the mouth
Vestibule
Space or potential space that exists between the lips or cheek
Vermilion Border
Transitional zone of reddish tissue around the labia
9 terms
Dental Quiz: Head & Neck Anatomy
las mejillas
la barbilla
la oreja
el ojo
cheeks
chin
ear
eye
las mejillas
cheeks
la barbilla
chin
71 terms
Dental science II head and neck
Inner & outer canthus
ala
philtrum
tragus
spaces next to each eye
winglike tips of the nose
rectangular area under nose
cartilaginous projection at opening of the ear
Inner & outer canthus
spaces next to each eye
ala
winglike tips of the nose
355 terms
Dental Assisting: Head and Neck Anatomy
Landmarks
What are the eight landmarks of the fa…
Ala of the Nose
Nasal-Labial Groove
skeletal or soft tissue structures used as reference points i…
ala of the nose, naso-labial groove, philtrum, vermilion bord…
the outer edge of the nostril
a faint line going from the ala of the nose to the corner of…
Landmarks
skeletal or soft tissue structures used as reference points i…
What are the eight landmarks of the fa…
ala of the nose, naso-labial groove, philtrum, vermilion bord…
355 terms
Dental Assisting: Head and Neck Anatomy
Landmarks
What are the eight landmarks of the fa…
Ala of the Nose
Nasal-Labial Groove
skeletal or soft tissue structures used as reference points i…
ala of the nose, naso-labial groove, philtrum, vermilion bord…
the outer edge of the nostril
a faint line going from the ala of the nose to the corner of…
Landmarks
skeletal or soft tissue structures used as reference points i…
What are the eight landmarks of the fa…
ala of the nose, naso-labial groove, philtrum, vermilion bord…
26 terms
dental head and neck-----biomedical dental science
cranium and face
8- frontal, parietal, occidental, temp…
occipital
singular, maxilla
the human skull is divided into what 2 sections
how many bones cover and protect the brain, what are they cal…
which bones are the back and base of the cranium formed by?
what forms the upper jaw?
cranium and face
the human skull is divided into what 2 sections
8- frontal, parietal, occidental, temp…
how many bones cover and protect the brain, what are they cal…
355 terms
Dental Assisting: Head and Neck Anatomy
Landmarks
What are the eight landmarks of the fa…
Ala of the Nose
Nasal-Labial Groove
skeletal or soft tissue structures used as reference points i…
ala of the nose, naso-labial groove, philtrum, vermilion bord…
the outer edge of the nostril
a faint line going from the ala of the nose to the corner of…
Landmarks
skeletal or soft tissue structures used as reference points i…
What are the eight landmarks of the fa…
ala of the nose, naso-labial groove, philtrum, vermilion bord…
23 terms
Head, Neck, and Dental Anatomy Chapter 18: Muscles of the Head and Neck
Deglutition
Extrinsic tongue muscles
Infrahyoid muscles
instertion
swallowing
tongue muscles that originate from structures outside of the…
hyoid muscles located below the hyoid bone
the movable end of a muscle
Deglutition
swallowing
Extrinsic tongue muscles
tongue muscles that originate from structures outside of the…
152 terms
LAB: Hygiene, General Survey, Head & Neck
General indicator of overall health st…
melanin protects...
Healthy Integument
Integument compromised of:
Integument
Skin against uv rays
- Intact without abrasions... - Warm on palpation... - Dy on palpat…
- Skin... - Nails... - Hair... - Scalp
General indicator of overall health st…
Integument
melanin protects...
Skin against uv rays
50 terms
Head, Neck, and Dental Anatomy Chapter 20: Arteries of the Head and Neck
Arch of the aorta
Artery
Ascending pharyngeal artery
Brachiocephalic atery
curved part of the aorta
carries oxygenated blood away from the heart
branch of the external carotid artery
Artery that branches off the aorta on the right side
Arch of the aorta
curved part of the aorta
Artery
carries oxygenated blood away from the heart
29 terms
Head, Neck, and Dental Anatomy chapter 19: Nerves of the Head and Neck
Anterior superior alveolar (ASA) nerve
Autonomic nervous system (ANS)
Axon
nerve that innervates the maxillary anterior teeth and gingiva
regulates functions over which we have no conscious control
the process that carries impulses away from the cell body
Anterior superior alveolar (ASA) nerve
nerve that innervates the maxillary anterior teeth and gingiva
Autonomic nervous system (ANS)
regulates functions over which we have no conscious control
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