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Dental
inflammation
gums
circumstances
to stain
воспаление
дёсна
обстоятельства
оставлять пятна
inflammation
воспаление
gums
дёсна
180 terms
Dental
Crown (Supragingival)
Enamel
root (subgingival)
cementum
portion of the tooth above the gumline covered by enamel
covers crown and extends a small distance below the gumline.…
portion of the tooth below the crown, covered by cementum
can regenerate
Crown (Supragingival)
portion of the tooth above the gumline covered by enamel
Enamel
covers crown and extends a small distance below the gumline.…
57 terms
Dental
dog dental formula
cat dental formula
quadrant
mesial
3I 1C 4P 2M... 3I 1C 4P 3M... total of 42 teeth
3I 1C 3P 1M... 3I 1C 2P 1M... total of 30 teeth
1/4th of the oral cavity
surface or edge of tooth closest to the rostral end, except f…
dog dental formula
3I 1C 4P 2M... 3I 1C 4P 3M... total of 42 teeth
cat dental formula
3I 1C 3P 1M... 3I 1C 2P 1M... total of 30 teeth
10 terms
Dental
Spoon Excavator
Chisels
Enamel Hatchet
Hoe
to remove carous dentin; to remove temporary crowns; to remov…
to plane and cleave enamel in cavity preparation : used with…
to clean and smooth walls in cavity preparation; to remove en…
to clean and smooth floor and walls in cavity preparation: us…
Spoon Excavator
to remove carous dentin; to remove temporary crowns; to remov…
Chisels
to plane and cleave enamel in cavity preparation : used with…
11 terms
Dental
Enamel
Dentin
Pulp chamber
Cementum
Enamel
Dentin
203 terms
Dental
What are the Facial Thirds?
Le Fort I Fracture
Le Fort II Fracture
Le Fort III Fracture
What are the Facial Thirds?
Le Fort I Fracture
10 terms
Dental
Dental Unit
Dental Handpieces
Rheostat
Ultrasonic Scalers
The equipment used during office visits
Suction, Water/Air syringe, and other hand held tools
The foot pedal that controls the speed of the tools
Used to remove calculus from the tooth
Dental Unit
The equipment used during office visits
Dental Handpieces
Suction, Water/Air syringe, and other hand held tools
121 terms
Dental
The ___ is not part of dental hand ins…
The ____ is the part of the instrument…
The working end of the instrument may…
Which part of the instrument actually…
Flute
Shank
all of the above
C.Working End
The ___ is not part of dental hand ins…
Flute
The ____ is the part of the instrument…
Shank
29 terms
Dental
Mirror
Explorer
Cotton Pliers
Periodontal Probe
sees hard to reach places, retraction of tongue cheeks, and r…
checks for cavities, feels any roughness
transferring things in and out of the mouth
measures space between gum and bone, measures lesion space be…
Mirror
sees hard to reach places, retraction of tongue cheeks, and r…
Explorer
checks for cavities, feels any roughness
61 terms
Dental
Brachydont teeth
Name the four types of teeth
Diphydont
The crown of the tooth is covered by w…
teeth that do not continuously grow
Incisors, Canines, Premolars, molars
two sets of teeth
Enamel
Brachydont teeth
teeth that do not continuously grow
Name the four types of teeth
Incisors, Canines, Premolars, molars
10 terms
Dental
periodontist
orthodontists
Oral pathologist
prosthodontist
dentist specializing in treatment of diseased tissue around t…
dentist that specializes in the way teeth fit together.
concerned with the nature of disease that affects oral tissues
A dentist that specializes in replacing missing parts of the…
periodontist
dentist specializing in treatment of diseased tissue around t…
orthodontists
dentist that specializes in the way teeth fit together.
dental
what does OSHA stand for?
What does MSDS stand for?
A complete denture is used for which t…
What other reasons would an edentulous…
Occupational Safety and Health Administration... is to save live…
Material Safety Data Sheet , These sheets serve as a legal so…
Edentulous Patient , Teeth are notably for chewing food.... Comp…
teeth are not only for chewing food, teeth are also for esthe…
what does OSHA stand for?
Occupational Safety and Health Administration... is to save live…
What does MSDS stand for?
Material Safety Data Sheet , These sheets serve as a legal so…
26 terms
Dental
Microbiology
Pathogens
Etiologic Agent
Petri Dish
The study of microorganisms
Disease-producing microorganisms
Causative agent of a disease
Shallow dish with a clear, easily removed cover
Microbiology
The study of microorganisms
Pathogens
Disease-producing microorganisms
121 terms
Dental
Patient has impeccable oral health wit…
Upon dental examination pt requires ad…
Upon dental examination pt requires ad…
It the dental status of a patient is u…
dental class 1... (sl4)
Dental class 2... (sl4)
class 3 (non-deployable)... (sl4)
-class 4... -annually... (sl4)
Patient has impeccable oral health wit…
dental class 1... (sl4)
Upon dental examination pt requires ad…
Dental class 2... (sl4)
13 terms
Dental
What are the 4 parts of the peridontium?
What is dental calculus?
What is the primary mediator of perido…
What are the stages of peridontal dise…
Peridontal ligament... alveolar bone... cementum... gingiva
The mineralization of dental plaque and dnetal plaque is a bi…
The host
0 = normal... 1 = gingivitis... 2 = early = <25% attachment loss... 3…
What are the 4 parts of the peridontium?
Peridontal ligament... alveolar bone... cementum... gingiva
What is dental calculus?
The mineralization of dental plaque and dnetal plaque is a bi…
121 terms
Dental
Patient has impeccable oral health wit…
Upon dental examination pt requires ad…
Upon dental examination pt requires ad…
It the dental status of a patient is u…
dental class 1... (sl4)
Dental class 2... (sl4)
class 3 (non-deployable)... (sl4)
-class 4... -annually... (sl4)
Patient has impeccable oral health wit…
dental class 1... (sl4)
Upon dental examination pt requires ad…
Dental class 2... (sl4)
34 terms
Dental
The purpose of teeth is to
Dentition is a term that refers to the
The first set of teeth is referred to as
the second set of teeth are
masticate food ,aid in speech and influence facial contour.
kind, number and arrangement of the teeth in the dental arch
the primary or deciduous denitition
the adult or permanent dentition
The purpose of teeth is to
masticate food ,aid in speech and influence facial contour.
Dentition is a term that refers to the
kind, number and arrangement of the teeth in the dental arch
46 terms
dental
to control bleeding after a surgical p…
what is the endodontic test in which t…
the process by which the living jawbon…
the treatment used as an attempt to sa…
rinse vigorously after 6 hours
palpation
osseointegration
pulp capping
to control bleeding after a surgical p…
rinse vigorously after 6 hours
what is the endodontic test in which t…
palpation
6 terms
Dental
molar
pre-molar
canine
incisor
compress the food to fine particles
compress the food to fine particles
help to hold, bite and tear food
cut food into small pieces
molar
compress the food to fine particles
pre-molar
compress the food to fine particles
112 terms
Dental
Enamel
Dentin
Pulp
Gingiva
The crown is encased in enamel, Enamel is the hardest substan…
Bone like material, is under the enamel and makes up most of…
Pulp cavity includes blood vessels, lymphatics and nerves
Gum, tissue of mouth
Enamel
The crown is encased in enamel, Enamel is the hardest substan…
Dentin
Bone like material, is under the enamel and makes up most of…
11 terms
Dental
Oral Pathologist
Orthodonist
Prosthodontist
Endodontist
dentist specializing in oral diseses
a specialist who corrects irregularly postioned teeth
A dentist that specializes in replacing missing parts of the…
A dentist specializing in the inner parts of the tooth.
Oral Pathologist
dentist specializing in oral diseses
Orthodonist
a specialist who corrects irregularly postioned teeth
Dental
Mobility scoring
Furcation
Furcation grading
Grading periodontal disease
Stage 0-M0: mobility up to 0.2mm... Stage 1-M1: mobility is incr…
defect is bone loss, usually a result of periodontal disease,
Stage 1 F1: periodontal probe extends less than halfway under…
Grade 1: inflammatory changes are at the gingiva only... Grade 2…
Mobility scoring
Stage 0-M0: mobility up to 0.2mm... Stage 1-M1: mobility is incr…
Furcation
defect is bone loss, usually a result of periodontal disease,
145 terms
DENTAL
Crown
Enamel
Root
Dentin
tooth shaped "cap" that is placed over a tooth
Makes up the normally visible part of the tooth, covering the…
Part of tooth below the neck covered by cementum
Hard, dense, bony tissue forming the bulk of the tooth below…
Crown
tooth shaped "cap" that is placed over a tooth
Enamel
Makes up the normally visible part of the tooth, covering the…
84 terms
Dental
Odontology
Mastication
Dentition
Deciduous
The study of the anatomy, growth, and disease of teeth
Chewing food
Set of teeth
Primary (baby) Dentition
Odontology
The study of the anatomy, growth, and disease of teeth
Mastication
Chewing food
27 terms
Dental
Crown
Clinical crown
Anatomical crown
Cervix
Upper part of the tooth
Can see
Can't see
Can partially see if gum is pushed low usually an orangish line
Crown
Upper part of the tooth
Clinical crown
Can see
44 terms
Dental
5650
5660
5214
5213
Add tooth to existing partial
Add clasp to existing partial
Mandibular partial cast metal
Maxillary partial cast metal
5650
Add tooth to existing partial
5660
Add clasp to existing partial
20 terms
Dental
DMD
DR
EFDA
EPA
doctor of medical dentistry
digital radiography
expanded functions dental assistant
environmental protection agency
DMD
doctor of medical dentistry
DR
digital radiography
30 terms
Dental
Dentition
Maxillary
Mandibular
Quadrant
Natural teeth of the dental arch.
Upper Arch
Lower Arch
Half of one dental arch
Dentition
Natural teeth of the dental arch.
Maxillary
Upper Arch
25 terms
Dental
Fluoride
Pulpotomy
Space maintainer
Biopsy
Gel or rinse to help aid in prevention of tooth decay
Partial removal of pulp
Appliance used to keep space open until permanent tooth erupts
A specimen taken of a suspicious lesion
Fluoride
Gel or rinse to help aid in prevention of tooth decay
Pulpotomy
Partial removal of pulp
10 terms
Dental
Vasocontrictor
Gauge
Anesthetic Medication
Occlusion
Drug that constricts blood vessels, prolongs, anesthesia , dr…
Needle Diameter is measured by gauge; the larger the needle d…
Medication that produces temporary loss of feeling of sensation
the contact between teeth. More technically, it is the relati…
Vasocontrictor
Drug that constricts blood vessels, prolongs, anesthesia , dr…
Gauge
Needle Diameter is measured by gauge; the larger the needle d…
17 terms
DENTAL
What is pericoronitis?
what is the treatment of pericoronitis?
possible complications of reversible p…
what is tooth luxation?
Inflamed gum over partially erupted tooth
Irrigation, antibiotics if cellulitis also present
Periapical abscess, cellulitis
a loose tooth
What is pericoronitis?
Inflamed gum over partially erupted tooth
what is the treatment of pericoronitis?
Irrigation, antibiotics if cellulitis also present
118 terms
DENTAL
Acr/o
Cardio
Cyan/o
Cyt/o
extremeties
heart
blue
cell
Acr/o
extremeties
Cardio
heart
27 terms
Dental
Amalgam
Bite wings
Buccal
Cement
Mixture of various metals and Mercury; restorative or filling…
Cavity detesting x Rays, shows only crowns of teeth
Outside surface of posterior teeth, surface facing teeth, fac…
Dental materials used to seal inlays, crowns, bridges, and ot…
Amalgam
Mixture of various metals and Mercury; restorative or filling…
Bite wings
Cavity detesting x Rays, shows only crowns of teeth
25 terms
Dental
Lingual surface
Linguoversion
Malocclusion
Mandibular
Surface of mandibular and maxillary teeth closest to the tounge
Position in which maxillary incisors are behind mandibular in…
Occlusion that is deviated from a class l normal occlusion
Lower jaw
Lingual surface
Surface of mandibular and maxillary teeth closest to the tounge
Linguoversion
Position in which maxillary incisors are behind mandibular in…
21 terms
Dental
Asepsis
Bacteria
Biohazardous waste container
Bloodborne
Without infection
Microorganism that cannot be seen with the naked eye
A red bag used to hold waste such as blood soaked gauze, body…
Transmitted through blood
Asepsis
Without infection
Bacteria
Microorganism that cannot be seen with the naked eye
41 terms
Dental
Ondontology
Dentitions
Crown
Root
Study of the anatomy, growth, and diseases of the teeth
The number, type, and arrangement of teeth in the mouth
Section of the tooth that is visible in the mouth. It is prot…
Section of the tooth below the gingiva, or gums
Ondontology
Study of the anatomy, growth, and diseases of the teeth
Dentitions
The number, type, and arrangement of teeth in the mouth
156 terms
Dental
How many bones are there in the face?
Which bones in the face are unpaired?
What is the longest and strongest bone…
What is the only movable bone of the s…
14
Vomer... Mandible
Mandible
Mandible
How many bones are there in the face?
14
Which bones in the face are unpaired?
Vomer... Mandible
29 terms
Dental
Abcess
cyst
ulcer
vesicles
It is a localized collection of pus in a specific area of sof…
It is an enclosed pouch or sac containing fluid or semi-solid…
They are a disruption of the superficial covering of the muco…
A small elevation that contains fluid. Most of these lesions…
Abcess
It is a localized collection of pus in a specific area of sof…
cyst
It is an enclosed pouch or sac containing fluid or semi-solid…
Dental
-asymptomatic... -chronic... -slow progression
-smoking... -personal oral hygiene... -DM... -F…
bone destruction... -gum level remain the…
gum disease
What are the clinical symptoms of gum disease?
What are the risk factors for gum disease?
What would you find when imaging for gum disease?
Do more people lose their teeth to gum disease or tooth decay?
-asymptomatic... -chronic... -slow progression
What are the clinical symptoms of gum disease?
-smoking... -personal oral hygiene... -DM... -F…
What are the risk factors for gum disease?
24 terms
Dental
Four types of Papilla
Names for the surfaces on a tooth
Mesial Surface
Distal Surface
Foliate (sides), Circumvallate (middle), Filiform (center lin…
Mesial, Distal, Lingual, Buccal, Facial, Labial, Occlusal, In…
Towards the midline
Away from the midline
Four types of Papilla
Foliate (sides), Circumvallate (middle), Filiform (center lin…
Names for the surfaces on a tooth
Mesial, Distal, Lingual, Buccal, Facial, Labial, Occlusal, In…
51 terms
Dental
The earliest recorded dentist?
How long has dental disease existed?
Who is referred to as the father of me…
What does the Hippocratic Oath promise?
Hesi-Re
Since mankind began
Hippocrates
To act ethically
The earliest recorded dentist?
Hesi-Re
How long has dental disease existed?
Since mankind began
30 terms
Dental
Pulp
Dentin
Enamel
Crown
The nerves, blood vessels and connective tissue in the core o…
The connective tissue that surrounds the tooth pulp
The hard, white substance covering the dentin of the crown of…
The part of the tooth above the gum line
Pulp
The nerves, blood vessels and connective tissue in the core o…
Dentin
The connective tissue that surrounds the tooth pulp
51 terms
Dental
How many Primary teeth are there?
What does each quadrant contain within…
Whic anterior teeth are smaller
The roots of the ____________ are narr…
There are 20 Primary or decidious teeth are there?
Each quadrant contains one central incisor, one lateral incis…
Primary anterior teeth are smaller than the permanent anterio…
Primary anterior teeth
How many Primary teeth are there?
There are 20 Primary or decidious teeth are there?
What does each quadrant contain within…
Each quadrant contains one central incisor, one lateral incis…
90 terms
Dental
What is the most prevalent chronic dis…
Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis (NUG…
____ is a dental condition commonly re…
How many types of tooth fractures are…
Periodontal Disease
Trenchmouth
Port Extraction Alveolar Osteitis
Four
What is the most prevalent chronic dis…
Periodontal Disease
Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis (NUG…
Trenchmouth
18 terms
Dental Burs
Diamond burs
End-cutting
Finishing burs
Inverted cone
Diamond burs
End-cutting
Dental
Crown
Bleeding gums
Gums
Braces
La Corona
La Hemorragia Gingival
Las Encías
El Aparato
Crown
La Corona
Bleeding gums
La Hemorragia Gingival
9 terms
Dental
Endodontics
Subjective examination
Objective examination
Necrosis
Dental specialty involved with the prevention,diagnosis, and…
The dentist will determine if a patient will need a root cana…
Includes patients medical and dental history, x ray,clinical…
Dead tooth
Endodontics
Dental specialty involved with the prevention,diagnosis, and…
Subjective examination
The dentist will determine if a patient will need a root cana…
12 terms
Dental
Chronic exposure
Toxic
Physical hazard
SDS safety data sheet
Low levels of repeated exposure over a long period of time
Substance can cause death or major harm to humans
Chemical that can explode, start a fire or react with water
Provides printed Info regarding hazards of specific chemicals
Chronic exposure
Low levels of repeated exposure over a long period of time
Toxic
Substance can cause death or major harm to humans
26 terms
Dental
Regardless of the type of patient char…
A general rule of thumb to follow rega…
Being aware of the patient's history r…
If the dentist is aware of the patient…
complete, legible, accurate, and easily retrievable for effec…
If it has to do with the patient, document it or copy and pla…
help to anticipate future concerns for treatment.
be changed to avoid a negative outcome
Regardless of the type of patient char…
complete, legible, accurate, and easily retrievable for effec…
A general rule of thumb to follow rega…
If it has to do with the patient, document it or copy and pla…
12 terms
dental
apical
axis
buccal
cheilo
kärjessä,kärkeen liittyvä, apex of a root
keskiviiva, kiertonikama
poski-
huuli
apical
kärjessä,kärkeen liittyvä, apex of a root
axis
keskiviiva, kiertonikama
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