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Dental terminology - Anatomy & Physiology of Head and Oral Structures
Cranium
temporal
parietal
frontal
the portion of the skull that encloses the brain
two fan-shaped bones on each side of skull. Above the ear.
two bones on each side that make up the roof and side walls c…
a single bone in the frontal or anterior region that makes up…
Cranium
the portion of the skull that encloses the brain
temporal
two fan-shaped bones on each side of skull. Above the ear.
62 terms
Dental Anatomy & Physiology
Dental Anatomy
Physiology
How many cranial bones are there?
How many facial bones are there?
The study of the oral structures of the head and neck and the…
The biological study of the function of the various tissues t…
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Dental Anatomy
The study of the oral structures of the head and neck and the…
Physiology
The biological study of the function of the various tissues t…
Dental Assisting: Anatomy and Physiology
Torus Palatinus
Torus Mandibularis
Impaction
Anatomic Crown
A bony overgrowth at the midline of the hard palate
A bony overgrowth on the lingal surface of the mandible near…
Any tooth that remains unerupted in the jaws beyond the time…
Portion of the tooth that is covered with enamel
Torus Palatinus
A bony overgrowth at the midline of the hard palate
Torus Mandibularis
A bony overgrowth on the lingal surface of the mandible near…
25 terms
Dental Anatomy & Physiology Animal
Enamel is?
Cement / Cementum
Dentine is?
Pulp \ pulp cavity is?
Shiny bright white substance. Hardest substance in the body.…
Is outer layer only of tooth root, below gum line.
Dense bony like tissue under enamel above gum line and cement…
Heart of the tooth, has blood vessels , sensory nerves. Above…
Enamel is?
Shiny bright white substance. Hardest substance in the body.…
Cement / Cementum
Is outer layer only of tooth root, below gum line.
37 terms
Dental Anatomy Terminology
Maxillary
Mandibular
Mesial
Distal
of or pertaining to the upper arch of the mouth
of or pertaining to the lower arch of the mouth
(External tooth surface) - towards the center line of the den…
(External tooth surface) - away from the center line of the d…
Maxillary
of or pertaining to the upper arch of the mouth
Mandibular
of or pertaining to the lower arch of the mouth
37 terms
Dental Science - Anatomy and Physiology
Abdominal cavity
Abdominopelvic cavity
Anatomical position
Anatomy
contains the stomach, liver, gallbladder, spleen, and most in…
part of the ventral cavity that contains the abdominal and pe…
The body standing erect with face foward, feet together, arms…
study of the shape and structure of the human body.
Abdominal cavity
contains the stomach, liver, gallbladder, spleen, and most in…
Abdominopelvic cavity
part of the ventral cavity that contains the abdominal and pe…
37 terms
Dental Anatomy Terminology
Maxillary
Mandibular
Mesial
Distal
of or pertaining to the upper arch of the mouth
of or pertaining to the lower arch of the mouth
(External tooth surface) - towards the center line of the den…
(External tooth surface) - away from the center line of the d…
Maxillary
of or pertaining to the upper arch of the mouth
Mandibular
of or pertaining to the lower arch of the mouth
161 terms
Dental Terminology and Anatomy: Dental Assistant
What portion of the mouth does the pal…
Palate
What portion of the mouth is the hard…
Hard palate consists of what tissue?
Superior portion of oral cavity as well as inferior portion o…
Roof of mouth
Anterior portion
Covered by a thin epithelial (tissue) casing known as the ora…
What portion of the mouth does the pal…
Superior portion of oral cavity as well as inferior portion o…
Palate
Roof of mouth
37 terms
Dental TERMINOLOGY, ANATOMY, AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE MOUTH 11 (A & B)
ABRASION
ABSCESS
ABUTMENT
ADA
Wearing away of the surfaces of the teeth as a result of thei…
A collection of pus in a cavity formed within the tissue of t…
A tooth used to support or stabilize one end of a prosthetic…
American Dental Association
ABRASION
Wearing away of the surfaces of the teeth as a result of thei…
ABSCESS
A collection of pus in a cavity formed within the tissue of t…
95 terms
Dental Anatomy Terminology
Alveolus
Alveolar bone (or process)
Basal Bone
Line Angle
The cavity (i.e. socket) in the alveolar process of the maxil…
The bony processes (projections/outgrowths) of the maxilla or…
The main bony tissue of the maxilla and the mandible
The angle formed by the junction of 2 tooth surfaces along a…
Alveolus
The cavity (i.e. socket) in the alveolar process of the maxil…
Alveolar bone (or process)
The bony processes (projections/outgrowths) of the maxilla or…
Dental General Anatomy & Physiology
Sagittal plane/mid sagittal
Transverse plane/horizontal plane
Frontal plane
Dorsal cavity
Divides the body into left and right halves
Divided body into upper and lower section
Divides body into front and back
Posterior portion of the body contains spinal canal & cranial…
Sagittal plane/mid sagittal
Divides the body into left and right halves
Transverse plane/horizontal plane
Divided body into upper and lower section
131 terms
Dental Anatomy, Physiology, and Histology
WHich cranial nerve innervates (suppli…
What cranial bone contains an organ of…
What cranial bone protects the eyes fr…
Where is the vestibule located?
The seventh cranial nerve
Temporal
Frontal
The space bounded above and below by the folding of the mucou…
WHich cranial nerve innervates (suppli…
The seventh cranial nerve
What cranial bone contains an organ of…
Temporal
Dental anatomy terminology
maxillary
mandibular
mesial
distal
pertaining to upper arch of mouth
pertaining to lower arch of mouth
toward the center line of the dental arch
away from the center line of the dental arch
maxillary
pertaining to upper arch of mouth
mandibular
pertaining to lower arch of mouth
32 terms
Dental Physiology - Anatomy
Unpaired branches abdominal aorta (3)
Branches coeliac trunk (3)
Paired branches abdominal aorta (2)
Terminal branches abdominal aorta
coeliac trunk, superior mesenteric artery, inferior mesenteri…
hepatic, splenic, left gastric
Renal arteries, testicular/ovarian arteries
common iliac arteries
Unpaired branches abdominal aorta (3)
coeliac trunk, superior mesenteric artery, inferior mesenteri…
Branches coeliac trunk (3)
hepatic, splenic, left gastric
29 terms
Essentials of Dental Assisting - Ch. 3 anatomy and physiology
Systems of the body
Muscle
Connective tissue
Muscle system
Eleven major systems in the body
Produces movement to the body parts
Binds structures together
Striated, smooth and cardiac muscle
Systems of the body
Eleven major systems in the body
Muscle
Produces movement to the body parts
48 terms
Dental anatomy terminology
Anodontia
Xerostomia
Frenectomoy
Enamoplasty
Congenital absence of teeth
Dryness of mouth
Removal of frenulum
Reshaping of thin amount of enamel
Anodontia
Congenital absence of teeth
Xerostomia
Dryness of mouth
37 terms
Dental Anatomy Terminology Copy
Maxillary
Mandibular
Mesial
Distal
of or pertaining to the upper arch of the mouth
of or pertaining to the lower arch of the mouth
(External tooth surface) - towards the center line of the den…
(External tooth surface) - away from the center line of the d…
Maxillary
of or pertaining to the upper arch of the mouth
Mandibular
of or pertaining to the lower arch of the mouth
60 terms
Dental Assistant Anatomy Terminology
Mesial
distal
occlusal
palatial
closest to the mid line
farther away from the trunk of body; opposite of proximal
chewing surface of prosterior teeth
lingual surface of maxillary teeth
Mesial
closest to the mid line
distal
farther away from the trunk of body; opposite of proximal
17 terms
Dental anatomy/physiology
Name 4 structures of note that are in…
Which foraman is close to the lower ca…
Which tooth is in particularly close p…
Which tooth is in close proximity to t…
Inferior alveolar canal, nasal cavity, infra-orbital neurovas…
Middle mental foramen
upper canine
Upper second molar
Name 4 structures of note that are in…
Inferior alveolar canal, nasal cavity, infra-orbital neurovas…
Which foraman is close to the lower ca…
Middle mental foramen
29 terms
Dental Anatomy Basic Terminology
Human Dentition
Maxillae
Maxillary Teeth
Mandible
the teeth that are located in... the upper and lower jaws
upper jaw
teeth located in the... maxillae form an arch
lower jaw
Human Dentition
the teeth that are located in... the upper and lower jaws
Maxillae
upper jaw
20 terms
Dental Anatomy Terminology #1
Deciduous Dentition
Permanent dentition
Incisors
Cuspids
The primary dentition of 20 teeth often called primary or bab…
The 32 teeth in the adult or secondary dentition
The 8 anterior teeth, consisting of central and lateral incis…
The four anterior teeth referred to as canine teeth are locat…
Deciduous Dentition
The primary dentition of 20 teeth often called primary or bab…
Permanent dentition
The 32 teeth in the adult or secondary dentition
Dental Assisting: Anatomy Terminology
foramen
process
condyle
transverse
natural opening in a bone through which blood vessels, nerves…
a prominence or projection on a bone
a rounded prominence usually found at the articulation of ano…
horizontal plane; dividing the body into upper and lower
foramen
natural opening in a bone through which blood vessels, nerves…
process
a prominence or projection on a bone
41 terms
Dental anatomy and terminology
Facial
Labial
Buccal
Palatal
Outer surface of teeth, what we see when you smile
Outer surface of anterior teeth closest to lip
Outer surface of posterior teeth next to cheek
Upper teeth next to palate
Facial
Outer surface of teeth, what we see when you smile
Labial
Outer surface of anterior teeth closest to lip
Dental Anatomy Terminology
maxillary
mandibular
mesial
distal
of or pertaining to the upper arch of the mouth
of or pertaining to the lower arch of the mouth
toward the center line of the dental arch
away from the center line of the dental arch
maxillary
of or pertaining to the upper arch of the mouth
mandibular
of or pertaining to the lower arch of the mouth
37 terms
Dental Anatomy Terminology
maxillary
mandibular
mesial
distal
top arch
bottom arch
towards the center line of the arch
away from the center line of the arch
maxillary
top arch
mandibular
bottom arch
67 terms
Dental terminology/anatomy
Aveolar crest
Alveolar socket
Ameloblasts
Anatomical crown
Highest point of thr aveolar ridge
Cavity within the alveolar process that surrounds the root of…
Cells that form enamel
Portion of the tooth that is covered with enamel
Aveolar crest
Highest point of thr aveolar ridge
Alveolar socket
Cavity within the alveolar process that surrounds the root of…
Dental Anatomy Terminology
Maxillary Teeth
Mandibular Teeth
Midline
The mouth is divided into how many qua…
Teeth in the Upper Arch
Teeth in the lower arch
Line drawn down the middle of the teeth cutting them in half
4
Maxillary Teeth
Teeth in the Upper Arch
Mandibular Teeth
Teeth in the lower arch
Dental Anatomy Terminology Key
embrasure
plane
ridge
pit
A "V" or wedge-shaped space
An area bounded by two linear depressions and two linear elev…
A linear elevation or elevated surface
A pin or point-shaped depression
embrasure
A "V" or wedge-shaped space
plane
An area bounded by two linear depressions and two linear elev…
Dental Anatomy Terminology
cingulum
contact area
fossa
height of contour
a point of calcification forming the lingual lobe and part of…
area on the medial or distal surface that touches the adjacen…
a rounded depression found on the lingual surface of anterior…
greatest elevation on the surface of a tooth as seen in profi…
cingulum
a point of calcification forming the lingual lobe and part of…
contact area
area on the medial or distal surface that touches the adjacen…
99 terms
Dental Anatomy Intro Terminology
when referring to left or right in the…
The upper arch of the teeth
The lower arch of the teeth
Parallel to the face
Perspective of the patient
Maxillary/ Maxilla
Mandibular
Frontal Plane
when referring to left or right in the…
Perspective of the patient
The upper arch of the teeth
Maxillary/ Maxilla
Dental Terminology and Anatomy
Brachycephalic
Dolichocephalic
Mesocephalic
Incisors
Short and flat head
Long head
Normal head
Gnawing, nibbling and grooming
Brachycephalic
Short and flat head
Dolichocephalic
Long head
Dental Anatomy Lecture 2 Terminology
What are the 4 quadrants in the mouth?
Which teeth are considered anterior?
Which teeth are considered posterior?
What is a permanent dentition formula?
Upper right, upper left, lower right, lower left (opposite of…
Central incisors, lateral incisors, cuspids
1st and 2nd premolars 1st, 2nd, 3rd molars (3rd molar is wisd…
Represents one side of the mouth, Maxillary and Mandibular:…
What are the 4 quadrants in the mouth?
Upper right, upper left, lower right, lower left (opposite of…
Which teeth are considered anterior?
Central incisors, lateral incisors, cuspids
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.
72 terms
dental anatomy terminology
maxillary
mandibular
anterior teeth
posterior teeth
upper jaw, teeth of the maxilla bone
lower jaw, teeth of the mandible bone
canines, laterals and central incisors
premolars and molars
maxillary
upper jaw, teeth of the maxilla bone
mandibular
lower jaw, teeth of the mandible bone
205 terms
Concise Dental Anatomy Dental Terminology Exam
#6-11
2 central incisors... 2 lateral incisors…
wisdom tooth
midline
what are the anterior teeth?
the anterior teeth
the 3rd molar is the ____
Imaginary line that divides the maxillary and the mandibular…
#6-11
what are the anterior teeth?
2 central incisors... 2 lateral incisors…
the anterior teeth
29 terms
Essentials of Dental Assisting - Ch. 3 anatomy and physiology
Systems of the body
Muscle
Connective tissue
Muscle system
Eleven major systems in the body
Produces movement to the body parts
Binds structures together
Striated, smooth and cardiac muscle
Systems of the body
Eleven major systems in the body
Muscle
Produces movement to the body parts
Boces dental anatomy terminology
Foramen
Fossa
Process
Condyle
Natural opening in a bone through which blood vessels, nerves…
A hollow, grooved depression in a bone
A prominence or projection on a bone
A rounded prominence usually found at the articulation of ano…
Foramen
Natural opening in a bone through which blood vessels, nerves…
Fossa
A hollow, grooved depression in a bone
Dental Anatomy and Articulation Terminology
Mandibular
Maxillary
Mesial
Distal
The lower arch
The upper arch
Towards the midline
Away from the midline
Mandibular
The lower arch
Maxillary
The upper arch
Dental Terminology and Anatomy
The ______ is involved in the action o…
The taste buds are located in the ____…
What is another name for top
The ______ surface of the tongue is th…
Tounge
Dorsal
Dorsal
Ventral
The ______ is involved in the action o…
Tounge
The taste buds are located in the ____…
Dorsal
Anatomy, Physiology, and Medical Terminology
Anatomy
Physiology
Anatomical Position
Supine Position
Structure of the body and the relationship of its parts to ea…
Function 0f the living body and its parts.
How the body is positioned.
Lying face up on back.
Anatomy
Structure of the body and the relationship of its parts to ea…
Physiology
Function 0f the living body and its parts.
dental anatomy terminology
cusps
cusp tip
cusp ridges
inclined cuspal planes
elevations on the occlusal
highest point on the cusp
extend from the cusp tip
sloping areas between the cusp ridges; named for the two cusp…
cusps
elevations on the occlusal
cusp tip
highest point on the cusp
Anatomy Dental Terminology
alveolar ridge
alveolar socket
alveolectomy
anterior teeth
the bony ridge which supports the teeth in their working posi…
the socket in the alveolar bone in which the root of the toot…
the surgical reshaping of the alveolar ridge
those teeth located in the front of the mouth which are the c…
alveolar ridge
the bony ridge which supports the teeth in their working posi…
alveolar socket
the socket in the alveolar bone in which the root of the toot…
124 terms
Dental Anatomy Terminology
Maxillary Teeth
Mandibular Teeth
Midline
The mouth is divided into how many qua…
Teeth in the Upper Arch
Teeth in the lower arch
Line drawn down the middle of the teeth cutting them in half
4
Maxillary Teeth
Teeth in the Upper Arch
Mandibular Teeth
Teeth in the lower arch
17 terms
Dental Anatomy Terminology
Maxillary
Mandibular
Mesial
Distal
Of or pertaining to the upper arch of the mouth
Of or pertaining to the lower arch of the mouth
Towards the center line of the dental arch
Away from the center line of the dental arch
Maxillary
Of or pertaining to the upper arch of the mouth
Mandibular
Of or pertaining to the lower arch of the mouth
51 terms
Dental Anatomy Terminology
mixed dentition
6
mandibular
maxillary
name for permanent and primary teeth in mouth at same time
age when adult teeth begin to come in
bottom arch of mouth
top arch of mouth
mixed dentition
name for permanent and primary teeth in mouth at same time
6
age when adult teeth begin to come in
70 terms
Medical Terminology-Anatomy & Physiology
logist
leuc, leuk
Mela, melan
iso
One who studies
White
Black, dark
Equal, same
logist
One who studies
leuc, leuk
White
29 terms
Essentials of Dental Assisting - Ch. 3 anatomy and physiology
Systems of the body
Muscle
Connective tissue
Muscle system
Eleven major systems in the body
Produces movement to the body parts
Binds structures together
Striated, smooth and cardiac muscle
Systems of the body
Eleven major systems in the body
Muscle
Produces movement to the body parts
23 terms
Dental Anatomy and Directional Terminology
Enamel
Dentin
Pulp
Cementoenamel Junction (CEJ)
Very had cellular cover of the crown... Barrier for bacteria... Non…
Makes up bulk of tooth... Sensitive to temperature and pressure…
Fills interior cavity of the tooth... Chamber in crown and root…
Junction between crown and root
Enamel
Very had cellular cover of the crown... Barrier for bacteria... Non…
Dentin
Makes up bulk of tooth... Sensitive to temperature and pressure…
42 terms
dental anatomy terminology continued
what is mesial?
what is distal?
what is labial/facial?
what is buccal/facial?
closest to the midline. only 1 mesial/mesial contact occurs i…
farthest from midline. no distal distal contact exists in nor…
toward the lip, anterior teeth (canine to canine)
toward the cheek, posterior teeth (from premolars back)
what is mesial?
closest to the midline. only 1 mesial/mesial contact occurs i…
what is distal?
farthest from midline. no distal distal contact exists in nor…
Dental Anatomy and Terminology
What is the name of the Upper Jaw bone?
How many permanent Teeth are there?
What is another name for baby teeth?
What is the term for back teeth?
Maxillary
32
Primary
Posterior
What is the name of the Upper Jaw bone?
Maxillary
How many permanent Teeth are there?
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