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145 terms
Oral & Dental Anatomy
Vermilion Border
Tubercle
Labial Commissure
Vermilion Zone
5
Vermilion Border
Tubercle
49 terms
Dental Anatomy Oral
tubercle of the upper lip
nasolabial fold
philtrum
vermilion zone
tubercle of the upper lip
nasolabial fold
236 terms
BOARDS: ORAL & DENTAL ANATOMY
frontal bone
parietal bone
occipital bone
temporal bone
roof of the orbit
(bilateral bone)
(bilateral bone)
frontal bone
roof of the orbit
parietal bone
(bilateral bone)
68 terms
Dental/Oral Anatomy
Functions of teeth
Functions of Incisors
Functions of Canines (Cuspids)
Functions of Premolars (Bicuspids)
Protect the oral cavity, acquire and chew food, aid the diges…
Biting, moves food in mouth.
Hold and grasp, tearing food, requires force, and protects yo…
Holding and grinding food.
Functions of teeth
Protect the oral cavity, acquire and chew food, aid the diges…
Functions of Incisors
Biting, moves food in mouth.
18 terms
General Oral and Dental Anatomy
Anatomical Crown
Clinical Crown
Anatomical Root
Clinical Root
Portion of tooth which is covered by enamel
Portion of tooth which is visible in the mouth
Portion of tooth which is covered in cementum
Portion of tooth which is not visible in the mouth
Anatomical Crown
Portion of tooth which is covered by enamel
Clinical Crown
Portion of tooth which is visible in the mouth
342 terms
Oral and dental anatomy
What five things does the temporal bon…
_______ non-articulated horseshoe shap…
name the sphenoid bone landmarks
tirgiminal nerve V1 first division (op…
mastoid process... styloid proccess ... articular fossa and eminenc…
hyoid bone
greater and lesser wings... medialand lateral pterydoid plates... H…
Describe the superior orbital fissure
What five things does the temporal bon…
mastoid process... styloid proccess ... articular fossa and eminenc…
_______ non-articulated horseshoe shap…
hyoid bone
145 terms
Oral & Dental Anatomy
Vermilion Border
Tubercle
Labial Commissure
Vermilion Zone
5
Vermilion Border
Tubercle
68 terms
Dental/Oral Anatomy
Functions of teeth
Functions of Incisors
Functions of Canines (Cuspids)
Functions of Premolars (Bicuspids)
Protect the oral cavity, acquire and chew food, aid the diges…
Biting, moves food in mouth.
Hold and grasp, tearing food, requires force, and protects yo…
Holding and grinding food.
Functions of teeth
Protect the oral cavity, acquire and chew food, aid the diges…
Functions of Incisors
Biting, moves food in mouth.
145 terms
Oral & Dental Anatomy
Vermilion Zone
5
Vermilion Zone
5
12 terms
Oral Anatomy: Dental Caries Classification
Class I Caries; Location:
Class I Caries; Method of Examination:
Class II Caries; Location:
Class II Caries; Method of Examination:
- Occlusal surface of molars and premolars... -Facial and lingua…
-Direct or indirect visual
-Found on proximal (mesial and distal) surfaces of premolars…
-Early caries: by radiographs ONLY... -Moderate caries NOT broke…
Class I Caries; Location:
- Occlusal surface of molars and premolars... -Facial and lingua…
Class I Caries; Method of Examination:
-Direct or indirect visual
28 terms
Oral/Dental Anatomy
Nerves Numbers
Nerve V
Nerve VII
Nerve IX
V: Trigeminal - Opthalmic, maxillary, mandibular divisions... V…
Trigeminal... Ophthalmic... Maxillary... Mandibular Divisions
Facial - Facial expression... Taste - anterior 2/3 ... Sublingual…
Glossopharyngeal... Posterior 1/3 of tongue... Parotid gland
Nerves Numbers
V: Trigeminal - Opthalmic, maxillary, mandibular divisions... V…
Nerve V
Trigeminal... Ophthalmic... Maxillary... Mandibular Divisions
83 terms
Dental Anatomy and Oral Physiology
what is dental anatomy primarily conce…
what does the branch of dentistry, den…
what is morphology
what is gross structure
the external form and appearance of a tooth
deals with gross structure, mainly morphology of the tooth an…
study of the forms of things
structure visible to the naked eye
what is dental anatomy primarily conce…
the external form and appearance of a tooth
what does the branch of dentistry, den…
deals with gross structure, mainly morphology of the tooth an…
64 terms
Oral and Dental Anatomy
Bones of the Neurocranium
Temporal Bone
Bone of Face
Bones of Orbit
1. Frontal... 2. Occipital... 3. Ethmoid... 4. Sphenoid... 5. Temporal (2…
1. Mastoid process... 2. Styloid process... 3. Articular fossa and…
1. Mandible... 2. Maxillae (2)... 3. Vomer... 4. Nasal (2)... 5. Lacrimal…
1. Frontal (roof)... 2. Ethmoid (medial wall)... 3. Sphenoid (poste…
Bones of the Neurocranium
1. Frontal... 2. Occipital... 3. Ethmoid... 4. Sphenoid... 5. Temporal (2…
Temporal Bone
1. Mastoid process... 2. Styloid process... 3. Articular fossa and…
39 terms
Dental anatomy oral mucosa
Oral mucosa
Oral cavity
Vestibule
Oral cavity proper
Continuously lines oral cavity; contains oral epithelium(oute…
Lined w/ mucous membranes and contains 2 components the vesti…
Located between teeth, lips, and cheeks and soft palate. It e…
Its occupied by the tongue on ventral or under side
Oral mucosa
Continuously lines oral cavity; contains oral epithelium(oute…
Oral cavity
Lined w/ mucous membranes and contains 2 components the vesti…
56 terms
Dental and Oral anatomy
how many dentitions do you have in a l…
what are they called
the first dentition uses what to label?
the second dentition uses what to label?
three
primary, mixed, and permanent
letters A-T
numbers
how many dentitions do you have in a l…
three
what are they called
primary, mixed, and permanent
268 terms
Oral Dental Anatomy
temporal bones
posterior wall of orbit
nonarticulated horseshoe shaped bone i…
origin of medial and lateral pterygoid…
mastoid process, the styloid process, the articular fossa and…
sphenoid
hyoid bone
lateral pterygoid plate
temporal bones
mastoid process, the styloid process, the articular fossa and…
posterior wall of orbit
sphenoid
180 terms
Oral/dental anatomy NBDHE
hyoid
hamulus
sphenoid bone
opthalmic
nonarticulated horseshoe shaped bone in the midline, inferior…
projection from medial pterygoid plate
all aspects of the trigeminal nerve pass through
first division of trigeminal nerve
hyoid
nonarticulated horseshoe shaped bone in the midline, inferior…
hamulus
projection from medial pterygoid plate
51 terms
Dental - Anatomy and Oral Exam
TQ - 4 tissues of the teeth (external…
this is the hardest structure/material…
this tissue makes up the bulk of teeth…
area of teeth where vessels, lymph, an…
1. Enamel... 2. Dentin... 3. Pulp... 4. Cementum
enamel... - no sensation... - does not grow back
dentin... - ten thousand tubules per square millimeter = very s…
pulp... * swelling constricts its own blood supply... * source of…
TQ - 4 tissues of the teeth (external…
1. Enamel... 2. Dentin... 3. Pulp... 4. Cementum
this is the hardest structure/material…
enamel... - no sensation... - does not grow back
185 terms
Oral/Dental Anatomy
Bones of the Neurocranium
Temporal bone includes
Bones of the Face
hyoid bone
frontal (roof of orbit) ... occiptal... ethmoid (medial wall of the…
mastoid process... styloid process... articular fossa and eminence…
mandible... maxillae (medial floor of the orbit) - bilateral ... vo…
nonarticulated horseshoe shpaed bone in the midline, inferior…
Bones of the Neurocranium
frontal (roof of orbit) ... occiptal... ethmoid (medial wall of the…
Temporal bone includes
mastoid process... styloid process... articular fossa and eminence…
41 terms
Dental Oral Facial Anatomy
facial
lingual
angle
line angle
buccal or labial
back of anterior teeth
is the junction of two or more surfaces of a tooth
is that angle formed by the junction of two surfaces of a too…
facial
buccal or labial
lingual
back of anterior teeth
25 terms
ORAL/ DENTAL ANATOMY
I. Olfactory
II. Optic
III. Oculomotor
IV. Trochlear
sense of smell
sense of sight
eye muscles, pupil, lens
eye muscles
I. Olfactory
sense of smell
II. Optic
sense of sight
196 terms
Oral/ Dental Anatomy
What is Cranial nerve I?
Is Cranial nerve I sensory or motor?
What does Cranial nerve I do?
What is Cranial nerve II?
Olfactory
Sensory
Sense of smell
Optic
What is Cranial nerve I?
Olfactory
Is Cranial nerve I sensory or motor?
Sensory
22 terms
Dental - Anatomy and Oral Structures
sinus
suture
foramina
trigeminal
鼻窦('saɪnəs)
缝合,骨缝('sutʃɚ)
小孔(fə'ræminə)
三叉神经
sinus
鼻窦('saɪnəs)
suture
缝合,骨缝('sutʃɚ)
11 terms
Oral and Dental Anatomy and Conditions
Gingiva
Cementum
Dentin
Periodental Ligament
Part of soft tissue that lines the mout; "gums"
Surface layer of tooth root
"yellowish" tissue that makes up bulk of tooth
Attaches tooth to alveolar bone
Gingiva
Part of soft tissue that lines the mout; "gums"
Cementum
Surface layer of tooth root
51 terms
Dental (anatomy & oral exam)
tooth tissues (4)
source odontogenic infection
periodontium tissues (3)
Anterior Teeth
enamel... dentin... pulp... cementum
pulp
gingiva... periodontal ligament... alveolar bone
smiling six... cuspids (central/lateral)... incisors
tooth tissues (4)
enamel... dentin... pulp... cementum
source odontogenic infection
pulp
10 terms
Dental and oral facial anatomy
Vestibule
Oral cavity
Oral mucosa
Specialized mucosa
Space that exists betwren the lips or cheeks and the teeth
Area surrounded by teeth back to palatine tonsil... Includes flo…
The lining of the oral cavity
Lining of the oral cavity on the upper surface or dorsum of t…
Vestibule
Space that exists betwren the lips or cheeks and the teeth
Oral cavity
Area surrounded by teeth back to palatine tonsil... Includes flo…
Dental Intro to Oral Anatomy I
aveolus
anterior
posterior
superior
bone that surrounds or supports teeth
toward the front of the body
toward the rear of the body
uppermost, above or toward the head
aveolus
bone that surrounds or supports teeth
anterior
toward the front of the body
76 terms
Boards: Oral/Dental Anatomy
Bones of the neurocranium:
Temporal bone includes:
Bones of the face:
Sphenoid bone:
Frontal, occipital, ethmoid, sphenoid, temporal, & parietal
Mastoid process, styloid process, articular fossa & eminence,…
Mandible, maxillae, vomer, nasal, lacrimal, zygomatic, inferi…
Greater & lesser wings, medial & lateral pterygoid plates, ha…
Bones of the neurocranium:
Frontal, occipital, ethmoid, sphenoid, temporal, & parietal
Temporal bone includes:
Mastoid process, styloid process, articular fossa & eminence,…
255 terms
NBDHE Oral/Dental Anatomy
the Temporal Bone includes:
Bones of the Neurocranium
Bones of the face
Hyoid bone
1.the mastoid process... 2. the styloid process... 3. the articular…
frontal (roof of the orbit), parietal, occipital, temporal, s…
maxillae (medial floor of the orbit), mandible, zygomatic (la…
nonarticulated horseshoe shaped bone in the midline, inferior…
the Temporal Bone includes:
1.the mastoid process... 2. the styloid process... 3. the articular…
Bones of the Neurocranium
frontal (roof of the orbit), parietal, occipital, temporal, s…
40 terms
Oral Anatomy Dental Terminology
Midline
Occlusal Plane
Quadrants
Sextants
Divides each arch in the dentition in right and left halves.
Divides the mouth into maxillary and mandibular arches.
Created by the midline and occlusal plane dividing the mouth…
The division of the mouth into 6 parts
Midline
Divides each arch in the dentition in right and left halves.
Occlusal Plane
Divides the mouth into maxillary and mandibular arches.
96 terms
oral/dental anatomy
epithelial
stratified squamous epithelium
connective
nervous
tissue layer used for protection, absorption, and secretion t…
what type of tissue lines the oral cavity
tissue layer that holds together, supports, and connects body…
tissue that causes reactions to stimuli and transmission of i…
epithelial
tissue layer used for protection, absorption, and secretion t…
stratified squamous epithelium
what type of tissue lines the oral cavity
50 terms
Dental Anatomy: Oral Cavity
How does identifying the landmarks help?
Thyroid cartilage
Ala/alae
Vermilion zone
Treatment and local anesthesia
Adams apple... papilated at midline of the neck
Wing-like cartilaginous structures that laterally bound the n…
darker appearance of the lips compared with the surrounding s…
How does identifying the landmarks help?
Treatment and local anesthesia
Thyroid cartilage
Adams apple... papilated at midline of the neck
25 terms
Dental Anatomy oral vocab
Incisors
canines
premolars
molars
designed to cut
designed to grasp or hold
aid in holding and grinding
designed to chew or grind food
Incisors
designed to cut
canines
designed to grasp or hold
18 terms
oral and dental anatomy
Submental nodes
submandibular nodes
deep cervial nodes
membrane
drain fluid from mand. incisors, tip of tongue, midline of li…
drains submental and remaining teeth
everything and wall of throat
controls in and out of cell
Submental nodes
drain fluid from mand. incisors, tip of tongue, midline of li…
submandibular nodes
drains submental and remaining teeth
84 terms
Dental/Oral Anatomy
Sphenoid bone foramina (3)
Ophthalmic division (I) of trigeminal…
Maxillary Division (II) of trigeminal…
Mandibular Division (III) of trigemina…
1. Superior Orbital Fissure... 2. Foramen Rotundum... 3. Foramen Ov…
Superior Orbital Fissure
Foramen Rotundum
Foramen Ovale
Sphenoid bone foramina (3)
1. Superior Orbital Fissure... 2. Foramen Rotundum... 3. Foramen Ov…
Ophthalmic division (I) of trigeminal…
Superior Orbital Fissure
255 terms
NBDHE Oral/Dental Anatomy
the Temporal Bone includes:
Bones of the Neurocranium
Bones of the face
Hyoid bone
1.the mastoid process... 2. the styloid process... 3. the articular…
frontal (roof of the orbit), parietal, occipital, temporal, s…
maxillae (medial floor of the orbit), mandible, zygomatic (la…
nonarticulated horseshoe shaped bone in the midline, inferior…
the Temporal Bone includes:
1.the mastoid process... 2. the styloid process... 3. the articular…
Bones of the Neurocranium
frontal (roof of the orbit), parietal, occipital, temporal, s…
206 terms
Oral dental anatomy
Lacrimal
Hyoid bone
Sphenoid bone landmark
Superior orbital fissure
The most medial bone of the orbit
No articulated horseshoe shaped bone in the midline , inferio…
Greater and lesser wings, ... Medial and lateral pterygoid plate…
Trigeminal nerve V1 first division ( ophthalmic)
Lacrimal
The most medial bone of the orbit
Hyoid bone
No articulated horseshoe shaped bone in the midline , inferio…
40 terms
Oral and Dental Anatomy
Tongue's blood supply
Filiform papillae
Fungiform papillae
Foliate papillae
lingual artery
no taste buds... most numerous... involved in "hairy tongue"
fewer, larger, red bumps... contains taste buds
folds of the tissue at the posterior, lateral border... contain…
Tongue's blood supply
lingual artery
Filiform papillae
no taste buds... most numerous... involved in "hairy tongue"
76 terms
Oral Dental Anatomy NBDH
Muscles of mastication
Temporalis
Masseter
Medial Pterygoid
Temporalis... Masseter... Medial pterygoid... Lateral pterygoid
O=temporal fossa... I=coronoid process... F=elevate the mandible
O=zygomatic arch... I=coronoid process... F=elevate the mandible
O=medial surface of the lateral pterygoid plate and max. Tube…
Muscles of mastication
Temporalis... Masseter... Medial pterygoid... Lateral pterygoid
Temporalis
O=temporal fossa... I=coronoid process... F=elevate the mandible
81 terms
Oral/Dental Anatomy
Cranial Nerve I
Cranial Nerve II
Cranial Nerve III
Cranial Nerve IV
Olfactory... Sensory... Sense of smell
Optic... Sensory... Sense of sight
Oculomotor... Motor... Eye muscles, pupil, lens
Trochlear... Motor... Eye muscles
Cranial Nerve I
Olfactory... Sensory... Sense of smell
Cranial Nerve II
Optic... Sensory... Sense of sight
Dental Intro to Oral Anatomy II
What are the landmarks of the lips?
Frenum is....
What are the 3 types of frenectomies?
Tongue
Vermillion Border - where epithelium (face) meets mucosa (lip…
a vertical band of oral mucosa that attaches the cheeks and l…
1) Maxillary Labial (preprosthetic) - removed to facilitate i…
the tongue is a mass of flexible voluntary muscles. There are…
What are the landmarks of the lips?
Vermillion Border - where epithelium (face) meets mucosa (lip…
Frenum is....
a vertical band of oral mucosa that attaches the cheeks and l…
153 terms
NBDHE- oral and dental anatomy
bones of the neurocranium:
the mastoid process, styloid process,…
bones of the face
nonarticulated horseshoe shaped bone i…
frontal, occipital, ethmoid, sphenoid, temporal, parietal
temporal
mandible, maxillae, vomer, nasal, lacrimal ,zygomatic, inferi…
hyoid bone
bones of the neurocranium:
frontal, occipital, ethmoid, sphenoid, temporal, parietal
the mastoid process, styloid process,…
temporal
112 terms
Oral Cavity and Dental Anatomy
Palatoglossal arch
Vestibule
Apex
Mandible
What is the caudal boundary of the oral cavity?
What is the name of the space between the lips/cheek and teeth?
Which area of the tongue is the most mobile?
Which bone is the body of the tongue attached to?
Palatoglossal arch
What is the caudal boundary of the oral cavity?
Vestibule
What is the name of the space between the lips/cheek and teeth?
151 terms
Oral/Dental Anatomy
What all does the Sphenoid bone consis…
Foramina consists of what 3 parts?
Superior orbital fissure consists of w…
Foramen rotundum consists of which ner…
1. greater & lesser wings... 2. medial/lateral pterygoid plates…
1. superior orbital fissure... 2. foramen rotundum... 3. foramen ov…
trigeminal nerve (V1) & 1st division (ophthalmic)
trigeminal nerve (V2) & 2nd division (maxillary)
What all does the Sphenoid bone consis…
1. greater & lesser wings... 2. medial/lateral pterygoid plates…
Foramina consists of what 3 parts?
1. superior orbital fissure... 2. foramen rotundum... 3. foramen ov…
208 terms
Oral/Dental Anatomy for boards
Name 6 bones of the neurocranium
Name the 8 bones of the face
What is the most medial bone of the or…
Name 6 bilateral bones of the face
Frontal... Occipital... Ethmoid... Sphenoid... Temporal... Parietal
Mandible... Maxilla... Vomer... Nasal... Lacrimal... Zygomatic... Inferior nasa…
Lacrimal
Maxilla... Nasal... Lacrimal... Zygomatic... Inferior nasal conchae ... Pala…
Name 6 bones of the neurocranium
Frontal... Occipital... Ethmoid... Sphenoid... Temporal... Parietal
Name the 8 bones of the face
Mandible... Maxilla... Vomer... Nasal... Lacrimal... Zygomatic... Inferior nasa…
8 terms
Dental Anomalies Oral Anatomy
What kind of dentition is most affect…
What does anodontia mean?
How much of the population is affected…
What is ectodermal dysplasia?
-permanent dentition
-loss of teeth
-1-5%
-form of total anodontia... -very rare... -condition where there is…
What kind of dentition is most affect…
-permanent dentition
What does anodontia mean?
-loss of teeth
46 terms
Oral/Dental Anatomy
Which nerve innervates the muscles of…
Which nerve innervates the posterior 1…
What nerve leaves the Superior orbital…
What nerve leaves the Foramen Rotundum?
Facial VII
Glossopharyngeal IX
Opthalmic
Maxillary
Which nerve innervates the muscles of…
Facial VII
Which nerve innervates the posterior 1…
Glossopharyngeal IX
12 terms
Oral and Dental Anatomy and Conditions
Enamel
Dentin
Pulp
Gingiva
protective coating over teeth
calcified tissue of the body
part in center of tooth made up of living CT and cells called…
soft tissue lining the mouth
Enamel
protective coating over teeth
Dentin
calcified tissue of the body
86 terms
Dental Anatomy and Oral Examination
Enamel def?
True/False Enamel grows back?
Dentin
Cementum allows for what?
Hardest tissue in the body, no sensation
False, does not grow back
the bulk of the tooth, incredibly sensitive
allows for fibers to attach the teeth to bone
Enamel def?
Hardest tissue in the body, no sensation
True/False Enamel grows back?
False, does not grow back
90 terms
NBDHE Oral and Dental Anatomy
What are the bones of the neurocranium…
What are the bilateral bones of the ne…
What are the bones of the face (8)?
What are the bilateral bones of the fa…
Frontal... Parietal... Occipital... Temporal... Sphenoid... Ethmoid
Parietal and temporal
Maxillae... Mandible... Zygomatic... Palatine... Nasal... Vomer... Inferior nas…
Maxillae... Zygomatic... Palatine... Nasal... Inferior nasal conchae... Lacr…
What are the bones of the neurocranium…
Frontal... Parietal... Occipital... Temporal... Sphenoid... Ethmoid
What are the bilateral bones of the ne…
Parietal and temporal
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