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110 terms
Dentistry
crown
roots
alveolar bone
lamina dura
The ____ is normally covered by enamel and meets the root at…
Teeth may have one or more ____. In those teeth with two or m…
The roots are encased in the alveolar processes of the jaws.…
Sight of an uninterrupted ____ ___ is interpreted radiographi…
crown
The ____ is normally covered by enamel and meets the root at…
roots
Teeth may have one or more ____. In those teeth with two or m…
110 terms
Dentistry
crown
roots
alveolar bone
lamina dura
The ____ is normally covered by enamel and meets the root at…
Teeth may have one or more ____. In those teeth with two or m…
The roots are encased in the alveolar processes of the jaws.…
Sight of an uninterrupted ____ ___ is interpreted radiographi…
crown
The ____ is normally covered by enamel and meets the root at…
roots
Teeth may have one or more ____. In those teeth with two or m…
25 terms
Dentistry
Acanthomatous
Alveolar Bone
Alveolus
Ameloblastoma
Pertaining to a benign tumor of the gingiva
Cancellous bone adjacent to tooth roots
Socket within bone in which a tooth is normally located
Tumor of the jaw arising from enamel-forming cells, ameloblasts
Acanthomatous
Pertaining to a benign tumor of the gingiva
Alveolar Bone
Cancellous bone adjacent to tooth roots
18 terms
Dentistry
Tooth most commonly affected by dental…
Canine dental caries
Tx of periodontal disease
Dog dental formula
1st mandibular pre-molar
Scale & polish ... Remove any stage 4... Discuss brushing at home etc
3/3 1/1 4/4 2/3
Tooth most commonly affected by dental…
1st mandibular pre-molar
Canine dental caries
39 terms
Dentistry
Periodontal dz
Prophylaxis
Dental Cleaning
Tooth Anatomy
It is the most common clinical
Preventative treatment of dz.
Recommended when periodontal dz is already present.
Periodontal dz
It is the most common clinical
Prophylaxis
Preventative treatment of dz.
46 terms
Dentistry
Occlusal
Buccal/Vestibular
Labial
Lingual
Surface of the tooth that meets the opposite jaw ... Biting/che…
Surface toward the cheek
Surface toward the lips
Concerns the mandibular teeth... Surface toward the tongue
Occlusal
Surface of the tooth that meets the opposite jaw ... Biting/che…
Buccal/Vestibular
Surface toward the cheek
78 terms
DENTISTRY
3 types of teeth
hypsodont
hypselodont
brachyodont
Hypsodont... Hypselodont... Brachyodont
reserve crown... continuously erupting... Crown larger than root
aradicular... Rootless... Constant wear... Always growing... (i.e. ra…
Most carnivores (humans, dogs and cats)... Root larger than cro…
3 types of teeth
Hypsodont... Hypselodont... Brachyodont
hypsodont
reserve crown... continuously erupting... Crown larger than root
113 terms
Dentistry
prophylaxis
supragingival
subgingival
power instruments
action taken to prevent disease
above the gum line
below the gum line
-scalers... -high and low speed handpieces
prophylaxis
action taken to prevent disease
supragingival
above the gum line
34 terms
dentistry
normal sulcus depth in a dog
normal sulcus depth in cats
apex
two rooted tooth
1-3mm
0.5-1mm
tip of the root
bifurcation
normal sulcus depth in a dog
1-3mm
normal sulcus depth in cats
0.5-1mm
133 terms
dentistry
b
d
Calculus forceps
False
how long does a biofilm take to form into calculus... a) 4 weeks…
periodontal debridement is focused on... a) removal of hard and…
T/F calculus forceps can be used to extract teeth
b
how long does a biofilm take to form into calculus... a) 4 weeks…
d
periodontal debridement is focused on... a) removal of hard and…
43 terms
Dentistry
periodontal ligament
cementum, alveolar bone, periodontal l…
apical foramen
enamel
this is considered the shock absorber of the tooth
what 3 structures help hold the tooth in place
this allows blood and nerve supply to the pulp
this is the hardest substance in the body
periodontal ligament
this is considered the shock absorber of the tooth
cementum, alveolar bone, periodontal l…
what 3 structures help hold the tooth in place
36 terms
Dentistry
canine
molar
gum
cavity
犬歯
奥歯
歯ぐき
虫歯
canine
犬歯
molar
奥歯
90 terms
Dentistry
Alveolar bone
Anelodont
Apex
Apical delta
bone found in the mandible and maxilla that contain tooth soc…
Limited period of tooth growth; develop true roots
Deepest part of the tooth root; tip of tooth at root
area at the apex where nerves and blood vessels enter the tooth
Alveolar bone
bone found in the mandible and maxilla that contain tooth soc…
Anelodont
Limited period of tooth growth; develop true roots
37 terms
Dentistry
Periodontal probe
Hand scaler
Ultrasonic scaler
Curette
Measures depth of gingival sulcus
Used to remove calculus on supragingival surface of tooth
Uses high frequency vibration to remove calculus
Instrument used to remove subgingival calculus
Periodontal probe
Measures depth of gingival sulcus
Hand scaler
Used to remove calculus on supragingival surface of tooth
31 terms
dentistry
complications of gum disease
feline stomatitis/ faucitis (LGPS)
LGPS
stains
heart valves thicken
allergic or immune reaction against dental plaque and/or the…
painful, cobblestone looking, inflammed mouth
occlusal wear and exposure of dentin, enamel usually resists…
complications of gum disease
heart valves thicken
feline stomatitis/ faucitis (LGPS)
allergic or immune reaction against dental plaque and/or the…
89 terms
Dentistry
Alveolar bone
Anelodont
Apex
Apical delta
bone found in the mandible and maxilla that contain tooth soc…
Limited period of tooth growth; develop true roots
Deepest part of the tooth root; tip of tooth at root
area at the apex where nerves and blood vessels enter the tooth
Alveolar bone
bone found in the mandible and maxilla that contain tooth soc…
Anelodont
Limited period of tooth growth; develop true roots
63 terms
dentistry
What is the most common disease of pet…
What is periodontal disease?
What percentage of dogs and cats over…
A typical "dental" for a dog or cat en…
Periodontal disease
Any disease of the dental tissue and surrounding tissue
85%
PE by DVM... Anesthesia... Scaling ... Probing... Polishing... Rinse
What is the most common disease of pet…
Periodontal disease
What is periodontal disease?
Any disease of the dental tissue and surrounding tissue
157 terms
Dentistry
Apical means "toward the____"
Which of the following is a proper den…
Which of the following is a proper den…
The cat has what number of maxillary a…
Root tip
Distal-farthest from the midline
Buccal-facing the cheek
3 and 2
Apical means "toward the____"
Root tip
Which of the following is a proper den…
Distal-farthest from the midline
102 terms
Dentistry
Small distinct crown with well-develop…
Teeth that continuously grow and erupt
Having two sets of teeth in life
Baby teeth or primary are also known as
Brachyodont
Hypsodontic
Dyphyodont
Deciduous
Small distinct crown with well-develop…
Brachyodont
Teeth that continuously grow and erupt
Hypsodontic
36 terms
dentistry
dentine
crestal bone
apex
peridontitis
...
...
...
zapalenie przyzebia
dentine
...
crestal bone
...
110 terms
Dentistry
crown
roots
alveolar bone
lamina dura
The ____ is normally covered by enamel and meets the root at…
Teeth may have one or more ____. In those teeth with two or m…
The roots are encased in the alveolar processes of the jaws.…
Sight of an uninterrupted ____ ___ is interpreted radiographi…
crown
The ____ is normally covered by enamel and meets the root at…
roots
Teeth may have one or more ____. In those teeth with two or m…
69 terms
dentistry
basing
adhesion
recapitulation
configuration
垫底
粘结
回锉
洞型因素
basing
垫底
adhesion
粘结
110 terms
Dentistry
42
30
general
shape, structure, positional location
how many teeth does a dog have?
how many teeth does a cat have?
what kind of anesthesia is the animal under for dentistry?
the american veterinary dental college says that technicians…
42
how many teeth does a dog have?
30
how many teeth does a cat have?
110 terms
Dentistry
42
30
general
shape, structure, positional location
how many teeth does a dog have?
how many teeth does a cat have?
what kind of anesthesia is the animal under for dentistry?
the american veterinary dental college says that technicians…
42
how many teeth does a dog have?
30
how many teeth does a cat have?
15 terms
Dentistry
curette
tartar scaler
dental prophy angle
periostial elevator
curette
tartar scaler
86 terms
Dentistry
apical
buccal
coronal
interproximal/interdental
towards the apex (alveolus/tooth socket)
the surface of the tooth facing the cheek or the outside of t…
towards the crown
between the teeth
apical
towards the apex (alveolus/tooth socket)
buccal
the surface of the tooth facing the cheek or the outside of t…
59 terms
Dentistry
The 3 types of heads
What is Dentin produced by?
Enamel formation is complete at the ti…
At the time of eruption, _________ & _…
Mesaticephalic, brachycephalic, dolicocephalic
Odontoblasts
Eruption
root development and dentin
The 3 types of heads
Mesaticephalic, brachycephalic, dolicocephalic
What is Dentin produced by?
Odontoblasts
152 terms
Dentistry
Brachygnathism
Prognathism
Class I Malocclusion
Class II Malocclusion
Abnormally short mandible or maxilla
Abnormally long mandible or maxilla
Neutroclusion... 1 or more teeth in abnormal position... Ex: Base n…
Mandibular distoclusion, overjet, overshot... Mandibular arch oc…
Brachygnathism
Abnormally short mandible or maxilla
Prognathism
Abnormally long mandible or maxilla
74 terms
Dentistry
What is the function of the canine?
What is the function of the premolars?
What is the funtion of the molars?
the molar can have two or three roots
canine tooth is for grabbing and tearing food and protection.…
is to hold and cut food into digestible pieces.
the function of the premolar is to grind food.
in the dog
What is the function of the canine?
canine tooth is for grabbing and tearing food and protection.…
What is the function of the premolars?
is to hold and cut food into digestible pieces.
39 terms
Dentistry
Periodontal dz
Prophylaxis
Dental Cleaning
Tooth Anatomy
It is the most common clinical
Preventative treatment of dz.
Recommended when periodontal dz is already present.
Periodontal dz
It is the most common clinical
Prophylaxis
Preventative treatment of dz.
12 terms
Dentistry
What can dental disease lead to?
Incisors use:
Canine teeth use:
Premolars and Molars use:
Anorexia, Chronic pain syndromes, Demeanor changes, organ dis…
gnawing, and grooming
Long and used for grasping
are used for shearing and grinding
What can dental disease lead to?
Anorexia, Chronic pain syndromes, Demeanor changes, organ dis…
Incisors use:
gnawing, and grooming
68 terms
dentistry
periodontics
restorative dentistry
endodontics
orthodontics
dentist
certain tooth fractions
root canal
move teeth
periodontics
dentist
restorative dentistry
certain tooth fractions
22 terms
Dentistry
Dog Deciduous Teeth
Dog Permanent Teeth
Cat Deciduous Teeth
Cat Permanent Teeth
3 incisors, 1 canine, 3 premolars (in each quadrant) = 28 teeth
Upper = 3 1 4 2... Lower = 3 1 4 3 ... (x2 for 2 quadrants) = 42 te…
Upper= 3 1 3... Lower = 3 1 2... (x2 for 2 quadrants) = 26 teeth
Upper = 3 1 3 1... Lower = 3 1 2 1... (x2 for 2 quadrants) = 30 teeth
Dog Deciduous Teeth
3 incisors, 1 canine, 3 premolars (in each quadrant) = 28 teeth
Dog Permanent Teeth
Upper = 3 1 4 2... Lower = 3 1 4 3 ... (x2 for 2 quadrants) = 42 te…
76 terms
Dentistry
Gingiva
pulp
dentin
enamel
surrounds the teeth and marginal parts of the alveolar bone
the connective tissue chamber of the tooth that is lined with…
the tubular structure that makes up the bulk of the mature to…
the hardest, most mineralized tissue in the body
Gingiva
surrounds the teeth and marginal parts of the alveolar bone
pulp
the connective tissue chamber of the tooth that is lined with…
103 terms
Dentistry
Dental formula Canine and total
Dental formula Feline and total
What is the common illness is animals…
What % of dogs and cats will have peri…
2 x (I 3/3 C 1/1 P 4/4 M 2/3) = 42
2 x ( I 3/3 C 1/1 P 3/2 M 1/1) = 30
Periodontal disease
90%
Dental formula Canine and total
2 x (I 3/3 C 1/1 P 4/4 M 2/3) = 42
Dental formula Feline and total
2 x ( I 3/3 C 1/1 P 3/2 M 1/1) = 30
13 terms
Dentistry
Acrylic
Align
Bicuspids
Brace
A glassy thermoplastic that can be cast and molded which is c…
To arrange in a straight line; line-up
(Pre-molars) The two double-pointed teeth situated between th…
A dental appliance that is fixed to the teeth to correct irre…
Acrylic
A glassy thermoplastic that can be cast and molded which is c…
Align
To arrange in a straight line; line-up
63 terms
Dentistry
What does AVDT stand for?
What teeth are used to grind and shear…
What teeth are meant to tear pierce an…
What teeth are meant to rip and tear s…
Academy of Veterinary Dental Technicians
Pre-molars... Molars
Canines
Incisors
What does AVDT stand for?
Academy of Veterinary Dental Technicians
What teeth are used to grind and shear…
Pre-molars... Molars
65 terms
Dentistry
Sublingual
TMJ
Salivary glands
Dentin
Under the tongue
Hinge joint, subject to dislocation and fractures, allows con…
Zygomatic, mandibular, sublingual, parotid, buccal molar, lin…
Main component of the tooth, resilient, covered by enamel on…
Sublingual
Under the tongue
TMJ
Hinge joint, subject to dislocation and fractures, allows con…
41 terms
Dentistry
Dental prophylaxis
Dental cleaning
Dental cleaning procedure
Dental disease
Full scaling/polishing. Technical term for teeth cleaning. Pr…
Staff must don surgical masks, gloves, and goggles. Protects…
Tartar and calculus must be removed. Break off large pieces w…
Linked to kidney & heart disease, respiratory infections, eve…
Dental prophylaxis
Full scaling/polishing. Technical term for teeth cleaning. Pr…
Dental cleaning
Staff must don surgical masks, gloves, and goggles. Protects…
165 terms
Dentistry
Why is veterinary dentistry important?…
What is the level of dental care that…
What dental tasks can vet techs perfor…
What dental tasks can vet techs NOT pe…
1. Increasing # of canines and felines presenting with oral d…
The ACDC considers it appropriate for the veterinarian to del…
1. Oral examination and charting... 2. Taking and developing den…
Procedures performed by vet techs must not result in alterati…
Why is veterinary dentistry important?…
1. Increasing # of canines and felines presenting with oral d…
What is the level of dental care that…
The ACDC considers it appropriate for the veterinarian to del…
22 terms
dentistry
signs of dental pain
Crown
enamel
dentin
Poor appetite, foul breath, facial swelling, excessive saliva…
The portion of the tooth that is visible
The substance that covers the outside of the tooth
underneath the enamel
signs of dental pain
Poor appetite, foul breath, facial swelling, excessive saliva…
Crown
The portion of the tooth that is visible
144 terms
Dentistry
What is Periodontal Disease?
What is the most common clinical condi…
Periodontal disease is not preventable
What is the primary cause of tooth los…
Inflammation of the structures the teeth
Periodontal disease
FALSE... It is entirely preventable
Periodontal disease
What is Periodontal Disease?
Inflammation of the structures the teeth
What is the most common clinical condi…
Periodontal disease
17 terms
Dentistry
Calculus remover forceps
Extraction forceps
Periosteal elevator
Shepherd's hook
Calculus remover forceps
Extraction forceps
157 terms
Dentistry
Apical mean "toward the what?"
Which of the following is a proper den…
Which of the following is a proper den…
The cat has which of the following num…
Root tip
Distal-farthest from the midline
Buccal-facing the cheek
3 and 2
Apical mean "toward the what?"
Root tip
Which of the following is a proper den…
Distal-farthest from the midline
226 terms
Dentistry
Alveolus
Process
Tuberosity
Suture
Bone surrounds or supports teeth
Bone projection/prominence
large rounded process
jagged non-moveable joint where bones meet
Alveolus
Bone surrounds or supports teeth
Process
Bone projection/prominence
119 terms
Dentistry
What does apical mean? Coronal?
What does Buccal mean? Labial?
what does Distal mean? Mesial?
What does lingual mean? Palatal?
apical: towards the root... Coronal: towards the crown
Buccal: towards the cheek... Labial: towards the lips
Distal: towards the rear of the mouth... Mesial: towards the fro…
lingual: towards the tongue... Palatal: towards the palate
What does apical mean? Coronal?
apical: towards the root... Coronal: towards the crown
What does Buccal mean? Labial?
Buccal: towards the cheek... Labial: towards the lips
66 terms
Dentistry
What are positive aspects of the incre…
What vessels should be you aware of an…
How long do the following stay around…
What sutures are needed if a a flap in…
the healing capability of the oral cavity are far greater... -…
- Infraorbital... -Palatine... - Mandibular... *BVs should be ident…
Chromic gut- 4 to 7 days... Monocryl- 3-5 wks... Vicryl rapide- 14…
teeth interdental sutures are required in order to secure the…
What are positive aspects of the incre…
the healing capability of the oral cavity are far greater... -…
What vessels should be you aware of an…
- Infraorbital... -Palatine... - Mandibular... *BVs should be ident…
43 terms
Dentistry
What are some of the clinical signs of…
What is the most common sign of dental…
What are four common causes of oral pa…
Define periodontal disease:
Ptyalism/hypersalivation ... dropping food ... jaw chattering ... head…
There isnt one! It can be incredibly difficult to identify if…
1. Periodontal disease... 2. Fractured teeth ... 3. Tooth resorptio…
Disease of the tissues that support and anchor the teeth
What are some of the clinical signs of…
Ptyalism/hypersalivation ... dropping food ... jaw chattering ... head…
What is the most common sign of dental…
There isnt one! It can be incredibly difficult to identify if…
80 terms
dentistry
enamel
does the enamel have nerves or blood s…
what is the enamel produced by
dentine
hardest part of the tooth ... - present above gum line
no
ameloblasts
bulk of the mature tooth
enamel
hardest part of the tooth ... - present above gum line
does the enamel have nerves or blood s…
no
100 terms
Dentistry
Towards the root tip
Farthest from the midline
Facing the cheek
Cat has how many maxillary and mandibu…
Apical
Distal
Buccal
3 and 2
Towards the root tip
Apical
Farthest from the midline
Distal
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